Industrial Engineering

Course Description

Detailed Syllabus:

Work Study:
Historical background; Work study definition; Role of work study in improving productivity; Ergonomics and work study. Work study procedure: selection of jobs; Information collection and recording; Recording techniques -charts and diagrams; critical analysis; developing better method; installation and follow up of standard method.

Motion Study: 
Memomotion and micromotion study; therbligs; cyclegraph and chronocyclegraph; simochart; Principles of motion economy; Design of work place layout.

Work Measurement: 
Definition; Procedure; Performance rating; Concept of normal time; allowances. Work sampling technique of work measurement. Introduction to pre -determined motion time system. 

Quality & Reliability:  
Introduction and definitions of quality Evolution of Quality: Inspection, Quality Control, Customer-Orientation: Internal & External Customer Concept, Life cycle approach to quality costs- Prevention; Appraisal and Failure costs. Seven QC tools (Histogram, Check sheets, Ishikawa diagrams, Pareto, Scatter diagrams, Control charts). Process capability concepts.

Facilities Design: 
Site Selection: Factors influencing the selection, rural and urban locations of "") sites, optimum decision on choice of site and analysis. Plant Layout: Types of production, types of layouts, advantages and disadvantages of layout, factor affecting layout, systematic layout planning, Material handling: importance, principles of material handling

Operations Research: 
Introduction, general methodology of OR, application of OR, Formulation of linear programming, deterministic models, graphical solution, simplex algorithm, 

Introduction, Definitions, reliability evaluation, maintainability, and availability concepts.

Capacity Planning: 
Introduction, measures of capacity, capacity strategies, A systematic approach for capacity decisions, Long range capacity planning and control, Medium range capacity planning and control, Short range capacity planning and control. 

Inventory Management: 
Introduction, Inventory related costs, EOO model, EPO model, Inventory models allowing shortages, Inventory models allowing price discounts, Inventory model under risk conditions, Inventory control systems: continuous review, periodic review, optional replenishment etc., Inventory classification systems: ABC, FMS, VED etc, MRP. 

Introduction, Project scheduling with CPM, Project scheduling with PERT. Loading and Scheduling. General scheduling problem, Significance of loading and scheduling, Factors affecting scheduling, Scheduling system, Flow shop scheduling, Job shop scheduling, Sequencing, Line balancing. 

Introduction, Demand patterns, Factors affecting demand, Subjective forecasting methods, Casual forecasting methods, Time series forecasting methods, Routine short term forecasting methods, Selection of forecasting model.

Introduction, System approach, Type of manufacturing systems, Factors affecting manufacturing systems. Product design and development. Introduction, marketing aspects, functional aspects, operational aspects, durability and dependability, aesthetic aspects, economic analysis, profit and competitiveness, the three S's, break even analysis, economics of a new design, production aspects.

Lecture Details: 

1. Work Study: Historical background. Definition. Role in improving productivity. Ergonomics and work-study. 
2. Work study Procedure: Selection of job for method study and defining problem. Information collection. 
3. Information recording techniques: charts and diagrams. 
4. Critical analysis of information recorded. 
5. Developing better method and installation as standard method. Follow up.
6. Memomotion and micromotion study; therbligs, simochart. 
7. Cyclegraph and chronocyclegraph; Principles of motion economy. Design of workplace layout. 
8.  Work measurement definition, applications and procedure. 
9.  Performance rating and concept of normal time; allowances; determination of standard time. 
10. Work sampling technique of work measurement. 
11. lntroduction of PMT systems. 
12. Introduction and definitions of quality.
13. Evolution of Quality, Inspection, Quality Control, its benefits. 
14. Customer-Orientation: Internal & External Customer Concept, Life cycle approach to quality costs- Prevention; Appraisal and Failure costs. 
15. Seven QC tools (Histogram, Check sheets, Ishikawa diagrams, Pareto, Scatter diagrams, Control charts). 
16. Control charts; x bar chart, c chart. 
17. P c.hart, u chart. 
18. Process capability concepts. 
19. Site Selection: Factors influencing the selection. 
20. Rural and urban Iqcations of sites, optimum decision on choice of site and analysis. 
21. Plant Layout: Types of production, types of layouts, advantages and disadvantages of layout.
22. Factor affecting layout, systematic layout planning. 
23. Material handling: importance, & principles of material handling.
24. Introduction, general methodology of OR, application of OR.
25. Formulation of linear programming, graphical solution.
26. Simplex algorithm. 
27. Introduction, Definitions, reliability evaluation.
28. Maintainability, and availability concepts. 
29. Introduction to capacity, measures of capacity and strategies for capacity.
30. A systematic approach for capacity management. 
31. Introduction to inventory management and simple inventory models. 
32. Inventory models with varying market conditions (such as, discounts, risk factors etc.) 
33. Inventory classification and inventory control systems.
34. MRP 
35. Project scheduling with CPM. 
36. Project. scheduling with PERT. 
37. Introduction, strategies and methods for aggregate planning. 
38. General scheduling problem and factors affecting scheduling. 
39. Flow shop and job shop scheduling.
40. Sequencing and line balancing. 
41. Introduction to forecasting, demand patterns, factors affecting demand.
42. Time series forecasting methods.
43. System approach to PPC.
44. Types of manufacturing systems, factors affecting manufacturing systems.
45. Introduction to product design and development process.

Course Details:
- Instructors: Dr. D.K. Dwivedi, Dr. Inderdeep Singh, Prof. Pradeep Kumar, Prof. P.K. Jain.
 - Web Course Link:

Industrial Engineering
Prof. Inderdeep Singh in Mod 4 - Lec 4: Sales Forecasting I.
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

Visit the official course website for more study materials:

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Mod 1 - Lec 1: Production Planning and Control Play Video
2 Mod 1 - Lec 2: Product Design and Development Play Video
3 Mod 2 - Lec 1: Statistical Process Control (Part I) Play Video
4 Mod 2 - Lec 1: Statistical Process Control (Part II) Play Video
5 Mod 2 - Lec 1: Statistical Process Control (Part III) Play Video
6 Mod 3 - Lec 1: Productivity Play Video
7 Mod 3 - Lec 2: Factors Affecting the Productivity Play Video
8 Mod 3 - Lec 3: Improving the Productivity & Introduction to Work Study Play Video
9 Mod 3 - Lec 4: Work Study & Human Component and Method Study Play Video
10 Mod 3 - Lec 5: Recording Techniques for Method Study (Part I) Play Video
11 Mod 3 - Lec 6: Recording Techniques for Method Study (Part II) Play Video
12 Mod 3 - Lec 7: Recording Techniques & Critical Examination Play Video
13 Mod 3 - Lec 8: Principles of Motion Economy Play Video
14 Mod 3 - Lec 9: Work Measurement & Time Study (Part I)6] Play Video
15 Mod 3 - Lec 10: Work Measurement & Time Study (Part II) Play Video
16 Mod 3 - Lec 11: Performance Rating & Allowances Play Video
17 Mod 3 - Lec 12: Work Measurement: Work Sampling Play Video
18 Mod 3 - Lec 13: PMT System & Standard Data Method Play Video
19 Mod 3 - Lec 14: Ergonomics Play Video
20 Mod 3 - Lec 15: Metabolism and Organization at Work Play Video
21 Mod 3 - Lec 16: Working Conditions Lights & Vibrations Play Video
22 Mod 4 - Lec 1: Materials Management (Part I) Play Video
23 Mod 4 - Lec 2: Materials Management (Part II) Play Video
24 Mod 4 - Lec 3: Materials Requirement Planning Play Video
25 Mod 4 - Lec 4: Sales Forecasting (Part I) Play Video
26 Mod 4 - Lec 5: Sales Forecasting (Part II) Play Video
27 Mod 4 - Lec 6: Capacity Planning (Part I) Play Video
28 Mod 4 - Lec 7: Capacity Planning (Part II) Play Video
29 Mod 4 - Lec 8: Network Analysis (Part I) Play Video
30 Mod 4 - Lec 9: Network Analysis (Part II) Play Video
31 Mod 4 - Lec 10: Facility Design (Part I) Play Video
32 Mod 4 - Lec 11: Facility Design (Part II) Play Video
33 Mod 4 - Lec 12: Facility Design (Part III) Play Video
34 Mod 4 - Lec 13: Facility Design (Part IV) Play Video
35 Mod 4 - Lec 14: Product Design & Development Play Video
36 Mod 4 - Lec 15: Materials Handling Play Video
37 Mod 4 - Lec 16: Quality Concepts Play Video
38 Mod 4 - Lec 17: Value Engineering Play Video
39 Mod 4 - Lec 18: Reliability Play Video
40 Mod 4 - Lec 19: Industrial Safety Play Video


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