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University of Southern California Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering ISE 310L Production I; Facilities and Logistics Spring 2000 January Lecture Handouts Dr. Ardavan Asef-Vaziri Notes on chapters 1, 2, 14 Facilities Planning Facilities Planning deals with the design of industrial plants. It start with analysis of the Product and end up with the plan of the factory to manufacture the proposed product. The outcome of this process is a set of drawings and procedures. Although in this course we talk about manufacturing plants, all ideas, principles, and procedures are similarly applied to service industry. Facilities design engineer have to Size design Location of all physical sub-systems of the plant. Orientation from Macro level to micro level. Two examples of micro level design are work station layout and cell layout . Two examples of macro level are block layout and Site plan. Let us start from macro level ; Location Regarding the whole plant Orientation Size a) Plant Location Important factors in plant location
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1-Location of raw material Raw material oriented factories; weight of input >>> weight of output Iron ore Iron & Steel Coal Alumina Coal Aluminum Electricity These types of plants tends to be closer to the raw material resources. Indeed row material or any other important input. For example, in the case of aluminum industry, the most important input is electricity, it dominates all other raw material. 2-Location of market Market oriented plants; Space required for output >>> space required for input. Car manufacturing Appliances Steel plant Aluminum plant
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3-Climate ; nuclear plants A block layout Dept. 1 Dept. 2 Dept. 3 Dept. 4 Dept. 5 Dept. 7 Dept. 8 Dept. 6
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A machine layout
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A site plan
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A work station detail design
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4-Availability of labor, electricity, water, …… Aluminum plant is strongly dependent to the electricity Blast furnace is requires a high flow of water 5-Regional regulations financial support construction costs ………. . 6-Cost of leaving health care education, ………………. b) Plant Orientation or Important factors in defining the appropriate orientation of the plant 1-Locatiion of infrastructure facilities. 2-green area, landscape 3-Direction of rain, wind, …………. c) Plant Size To define the size of the plant, we first have to identify the size of its sub-systems Manufacturing plant Service subsystems Production subsystems
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1- Production subsystems Manufacturing work stations Production Product Process Cellular Product A (Refrigerator) Product B (Dryer) Machinin Paintin Assembl Part family Part family Milling Turning Grinding Concept of classification of parts into groups
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2- Service Sub-systems Production service work stations Services Plant services Administrative services Personnel Production services Production Services Receiving Storage Shipping Facilities planning Warehous e Engineerin g Industrial Engineering Process design Product design Capacity planning
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Personnel services work stations Administrative work stations Personnel services Health care
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2009 for the course ISE 310L taught by Professor Bottlik during the Spring '06 term at USC.

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