Facilities planning / James A. Tompkis...[y otros].
Contributor(s): Bozer, YAvuz A [autor] | Tanchoco, J. M. A [autor] | Tompkins, James A [autor] | White, John A [autor]Publisher: New York : John Wiley & Sons, ©2010Edition: 4th edDescription: x, 854 páginas : ilustraciones, tablas ; 25 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780470444047Subject(s): Fabricas -- Diseño y construcción | Instalaciones -- GestiónDDC classification: 725.4
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Tompkins/White/Bozer/Tanchoco is the leading facilities planning book on the market, today. Its blending of breadth and depth of coverage are unmatched. Thousands of engineering students and practitioners have used the book to prepare them to design new facilities and expand or renovate existing facilities. The book combines applied aspects with proven quantitative methodologies. It carries the reader through the entire process of planning facilities, regardless of the application settings for the facilities.
Include index and references
Defining requirements. -- Product, process, and schedule design. -- Flow systems, activity relationships, and space requirements. -- Personnel requirements. -- developing alternatives: concepts and techniques. -- Facility design for various facilities functions. -- Manufacturing systems. -- Facilities systems. -- developing alternatives: quantitative approaches. -- Evaluating, selecting, preparing, presenting, implementing, and maintaing. -- Preparing, presentong, implementing, and mainteinig facilities.
When it comes to facilities planning, engineers turn to this book to explore the most current practices. The new edition continues to guide them through each step in the planning process. The updated material includes more discussions on economics, the supply chain, and ports of entry. It takes a more global perspective while incorporating new case studies to show how the information is applied in the field. Many of the chapters have been streamlined as well to focus on the most relevant topics. All of this will help engineers approach facilities planning with creativity and precision.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- Part 1 Defining Requirements Strategic Facilities Planning Product, Process, and Schedule Design Flow Systems, Activity Relationships, and Space Requirements Personnel Requirements
- Part 2 Developing Alternatives: Concepts and Techniques Material Handling Layout Planning Models and Design Algorithms
- Part 3 Developing Alternatives: Functions Warehouse Operations Manufacturing Operations Facilities Systems
- Part 4 Developing Alternatives: Quantitative Approaches Quantitative Facilities Planning Models Evaluating, Selecting Preparing, Presenting, Implementing, and Maintaining
- Part 5 Evaluating and Selecting the Facilities Plan Preparing, Presenting, Implementing, and Maintaining Facilities Plans