Pro­cess chains in pro­duc­tion en­gin­eer­ing (Lec­ture)

Instructors: Prof. Dr. Werner Homberg

Event type: Vorlesung

Org-unit: Maschinenbau

Displayed in timetable as: PK

Language of instruction: German

Min. | Max. participants: - | -

Premises / Recommendations:
Basics in production engineering 1,2

Course objective:
The lecture deals with process specific and process overlapping problems of production processes, especially of process chains in production processes. Basic questions are based in quality management and optimisation including human factors like communication and motivation. Besides considerations, like how process chains can be shortened or which measure can help to stabilize process chains, several realisations with their ancillary conditions are presented. The emphasis is placed on metal forming processes where process chains have an outstanding role.

Target audience:
Students in higher semesters in the fields of study of engineering including industrial engineering.

Introduction in process chains
Quality management
Quality tools
Motivation and communication
Optimizing requirements and methods
Production planning of sheet metal forming
Tailored Blanks - processes
Tailored Blanks - applications
Procedure Integration

Con­tact PK