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Considerations Regardingthe Integration-Intrication Processin the Nature and Technology

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Integrating Risk Analysis With Safety Dyagnostic In Complex Industrial Systems: Modeling Hazard

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Admitting as known the instruments that lends itself to highlighting the causes - consequences relationships in an industrial plant, the purpose of this research is, on the one hand, to integrate these relationships in the safety diagnostic procedures and, on the other hand, to use these “consequences” to forecast future failures likely to occur within the technical system. In this context, the paper aims to study systemic hazard models to develop structural, functional and behavioural models, describing a complex industrial system

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Simplifications of the volumetric error model because of the structural loop of machine tools

REFERENCES [1] ISO 10791-1;2015: Test conditions for machining centres - Part 1: Geometric tests for machines with horizontal spindle (horizontal Z-axis) [2] ISO 10791-2;2001 : Test conditions for machining centres - Part 2: Geometric tests for machines with vertical spindle or universal heads with vertical primary rotary axis (vertical Z-axis) [3] ISO 841; 2001 : Industrial automation systems and integration. Numerical control of machines. Coordinate system and motion nomenclature [4] ISO TR-16907; 2015 : Machine tools – numerical

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Odel of Dynamic Integration of Lean Shop Floor Management Within the Organizational Management System

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The key to achieve a sustainable development lies in the customer satisfaction through improved quality, reduced cost, reduced delivery lead times and proper communication. The objective of the lean manufacturing system (LMS) is to identify and eliminate the processes and resources which do not add value to a product. The following paper aims to present a proposal of further development of integrated management systems in organizations through the implementation of lean shop floor management. In the first part of the paper, a dynamic model of the implementation steps will be presented. Furthermore, the paper underlines the importance of implementing a lean culture parallel with each step of integrating the lean methods and tools. The paper also describes the Toyota philosophy, tools, and the supporting lean culture necessary to implementing an efficient lean system in productive organizations

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Using Consumer Electronics and Apps in Industrial Environments – Development of a Framework for Dynamic Feature Deployment and Extension by Using Apps on Field Devices

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The aim of this paper is to give a preliminary insight regarding the current work in the field of mobile interaction in industrial environments by using established interaction technologies and metaphors from the consumer goods industry. The major objective is the development and implementation of a holistic app-framework, which enables dynamic feature deployment and extension by using mobile apps on industrial field devices. As a result, field device functionalities can be updated and adapted effectively in accordance with well-known appconcepts from consumer electronics to comply with the urgent requirements of more flexible and changeable factory systems of the future. In addition, a much more user-friendly and utilizable interaction with field devices can be realized. Proprietary software solutions and device-stationary user interfaces can be overcome and replaced by uniform, cross-vendor solutions

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A Study on Different Approaches of Six-Sigma and Knowledge Management Integrated Models to Identify the Leveraging Effects

.B.(2004) Integrating Balanced Scorecard, Six Sigma and Knowledge Management to Drive Value at Crown Castle, APQC. Available at: www.apqc.org, Accessed (date: 2012/09/12) Pande, P.; Neuman, R.; Cavanagh, R. (2000) The six sigma way team field book. New York: McGraw-Hill. Qing, X. (2008), The culture relativity in the knowledge flow: an integrative framework in the Chinese context, Chinese Management Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 109-121. Sabherwal, R.; Becarra-Fernandez, I.(2003) An empirical study of the effect of

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Operationalization Of The Professional Risks Assessment Activity

References [1]. Badri, A., Gbodossou, A., Nadeau, S., Occupational health and safety risks: Towards the integration into project management. Safety science, 50(2), 190-198, (2012). [2]. Erickson, P. A., Practical Guide to Occupational Health and Safety, Elsevier, (2003). [3]. ESENER, Analysis of the determinants of workplace occupational safety and health practice in a selection of EU Member States, (2013), On line at: https://osha.europa.eu/en/esener-enterprise-survey/enterprise-survey-esener . [4]. EU-OSHA, European Agency for Safety

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INTEGRATED BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) WITH SUPPLY CHAIN AND FEED-FORWARD CONTROL

AH, CHASE SC 1991 Application and evaluation of an engineering data model. Research in Engineering Design 2:185-207 [5] EASTMAN CM, CHASE SC, ASSAL HH 1993 System architecture for computer integration of design and construction knowledge. Automation in Construction 2:95-107 [6] EASTMAN CM 1994 A data model for design knowledge. Automation in Construction 3:135-147 [7] EASTMAN CM, SIABIRIS A 1995 A generic building product model incorporating building type information.Automation in Construction 3

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Embending Sustainability Dynamics in the Lean Construction Supply Chain Management

Technology, Volume 13 (2008) No S1, 179-184. [26] KING, P.L., Lean for the process industries dealing with complexity CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, A productivity press book, 2009. [27] BICHENO J., The new Lean toolbox towards fast, flexible flow. Buckingham, England: Picsie Books, 2004. [28] BERTELSEN, S. Lean construction: where are we and how to proceed Retrieved 26 August 2011 from http://www.kth.se (2004) [29] LEE, K.H., Integrating carbon footprint into supply chain management: the case of Hyundai

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System Control In Fault And Normal Conditions Case Study - Quanser SRV-02

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A fault tolerant control method is proposed for Quanser SRV-02 System in order to maintain the required performance in the presence of sensor failures. The proposed approach integrates control law and a sensor fault tolerance schema. Theoretical analysis and simulation results have confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed method.

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