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Principles of Industrial Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee and NPTEL via Swayam

Overview

The course content is designed to have systematic and comprehensive understanding on various aspects related with industrial engineering and its relevance in the industrial environment. It is proposed to include organizational structure, plant location and plant layout, production planning and control, scheduling, forecasting, statistical quality control, total quality management, work study, method study and work measurement, ergonomics. Presentations will be supported with case studies for effective communication of concepts and techniques.


INTENDED AUDIENCE : UG/PG Student & Practicing EngineersPREREQUISITES : NilINDUSTRY SUPPORT : Nil

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUT

Week 1 : 1. Introduction 2. Introduction: Developments, Objectives, & Functions 3. Introduction: Functions and tools 4. Tool of IE and Organizational Structure 5. Organizational StructureWeek 2 : 6. Organizational Structure: Roles 7. Organizational Structure: Types 8. Organizational Structure: Product Strategies 9. Organizational Structure: Process & Product Organization 10. Organizational Structure and cultureWeek 3 :11. Organizational Structure: Principles 12. Plant Location & Layout: Selection of Site 13. Plant Location & Layout: Factor Affecting Selection of Site 14. Plant Location & Layout: Methods for Selection of Site 15. Plant Location & Layout: Methods for Selection of Site IIWeek 4 :16. Plant Location & Layout: Methods for Selection of Site III 17. Plant Location & Layout: Methods for Selection of Site IV 18. Plant Layout: Purpose and Types of Layout 19. Plant Layout: Types of Layout 20. Plant Layout: Cellular and Process LayoutWeek 5 :21. Plant Layout: Process Layout Design 22. Plant Layout: Process Layout Design II 23. Plant Layout: Product Layout Design 24. Organization of Facility 25. Organization of Facility & Material HandlingWeek 6 :26. Material Handling 27. Production Planning and Control: Scope 28. Production Planning and Control: Scope II 29. Production Planning and Control: Capacity Planning 30. Production Planning and Control: Capacity Planning & SchedulingWeek 7 :31. Production Planning and Control: MRP, Routing, Scheduling 32. Production Planning and Control: Scheduling 33. Production Planning and Control: Priority Sequencing 34. Production Planning and Control: Priority Sequencing II 35. Production Planning and Control: Relative Performance of Priority Sequencing RulesWeek 8 :36. Inventory: Fundamentals
37. Inventory: Models 38. Inventory: Models II 39. Inventory: Wilson Model 40. Inventory: Gradual Replenishment ModelWeek 9 :41. Project Management & Network Modelling: Introduction 42. Network Modelling: PERT 43. Network Analysis: PERT 44. Network Analysis: PERT II 45. Network Analysis: Crashing Network and CPM
Week 10:46. Network Analysis: Critical Path Method 47. Forecasting: Introduction 48. Forecasting: Methods 49. Forecasting: Methods II 50. Forecasting: Methods IIIWeek 11:51. Forecasting: Methods IV 52. Forecasting: Methods V 53. Quality Control: Introduction 54. Quality Control: Fundamentals 55. Quality Control: SPCWeek 12:56. Quality Control: SPC II 57. Quality Control: Control Charts 58. Quality Control: Control Charts II 59. Quality Control: Control Charts for Attributes 60. Productivity & Work Study

Taught by

Prof. D K Dwivedi

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