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The use of quality management techniques to analyse the cluster of porosities on the turbine outlet nozzle

Reference Chądzyńska, M., Klimecka-Tatar D., 2017. Use the quality management tool, which is the Ishikawa Diagram on the example of a small leather business, Archives Of Engineering Knowledge, 2(1), 20-22. Hamrol, A., 2005. Quality management with examples , PWN, Warszawa. Knop, K., 2018. Analiza problemów w systemie zarządzania produkcją w wybranym przedsiębiorstwie , Zeszyty Naukowe Quality Production Improvement, 2(9), 125-135. Knop, K., Mielczarek, K., 2018. Using 5W-1H and 4M Methods to Analyse and Solve the Problem with the

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Evaluation of the Quality of the Production Process PET Bottles

Terephthalate (PET) , Beverage Bottles Consumed in the State of California, Drrr-2014-1487. Luca L., 2016. A new model of Ishikawa diagram for quality assessment, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 161, doi:10.1088/1757-899X/161/1/012099. Ładoński W., Szołtysek K., 2008. Metody kształtowania jakości w organizacji, Zarządzanie jakością, Część 3, Skrypty , Wydawnictwo Akademii Ekonomicznej im. Oskara Langego, Wrocław. Mazur A., Gołaś H., 2010. Zasady, metody i techniki wykorzystywane w zarządzaniu jakością. Wydanie I, Projekt Wiedza Dla

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Quality Improvement in the Production Company

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The article discusses the quality improvement concept in terms of companies’ competitiveness and its operations. The research object is a production company located in Silesia province. We analyzed the quality problems occurring in the company based on the selected quality management tools: Ishikawa diagram and the Pareto-Lorenz. It was presented and discussed basic types of waste occurring in the enterprise. It was proposed improvement actions and highlights the importance of immaterial resources - the company's workers.

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Improvement of the Production Process in the Industry 4.0 Context

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Dynamically changing conditions of business activity, rapid development of new technologies, increasing intensity of competition, progressing globalisation pose for entrepreneurs new, much more difficult principles than before, especially due to the increase of intensity and complexity of the environment. It is reflected in the necessity of continuous improvement of processes and their quick reorganisation. The aim of the article is to present research conducted in metallurgical enterprise. In the article individual stages of heat treatment process, taking into consideration complications, errors and quality defects of the product arising at the stage of manufacturing the product were described. In order to minimize resulting defects, quality improvement system was implemented, using, among others Ishikawa diagram. In view of the fact that the world stands on the threshold of next industrial revolution, directions of improvement of heat treatment process in the context of Industry 4.0 were indicated.

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Breakdown Cause and Effect Analysis. Case Study

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Every company must ensure that the production process proceeds without interferences. Within this article, the author uses the term “interferences” in reference to unplanned stoppages caused by breakdowns. Unfortunately, usually due to machine operators’ mistakes, machines break, which causes stoppages thus generating additional costs for the company. This article shows a cause and effect analysis of a breakdown in a production process. The FMEA as well as quality management tools: the Ishikawa diagram and Pareto chart were used for the analysis. Correction measures were presented which allowed for a significant reduction in the number of stoppages caused by breakdowns.

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Analysis of the causes of control panel inconsistencies in the gravitational casting process by means of quality management instruments

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All castings can have defects caused by, for example, deviations in material characteristics, structure or properties, but the skillful use of available technologies and quality management tools allows for the detection and elimination of casting incompatibilities as well as the prevention of their recurrence in the future. The aim of the article was to analyse the types of defects in castings, locate the areas with the most frequent occurrence of defects and identify the reasons for the presence of defects in castings of the control panel and its cover. The paper presents the usefulness of a combination of quality management instruments for diagnosing material discontinuities in the analyzed castings.

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Quality Control in Production Processes

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The tools for quality management are used for quality improvement throughout the whole Europe and developed countries. Simple statistics are considered one of the most basic methods. The goal was to apply the simple statistical methods to practice and to solve problems by using them. Selected methods are used for processing the list of internal discrepancies within the organization, and for identification of the root cause of the problem and its appropriate solution. Seven basic quality tools are simple graphical tools, but very effective in solving problems related to quality. They are called essential because they are suitable for people with at least basic knowledge in statistics; therefore, they can be used to solve the vast majority of problems.

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An analysis of the causes of track twist at high speed of driving

the railway surface. Doctoral dissertation, University of Technology, Gdańsk. Pacana, A., 2010. Analysis of the implementation of 5S practices using brainstorming and Ishikawa diagram. Organization Overview, 6, 11-14. Pacana, A., Siwiec, D., 2018. An Analysis of Factors Affecting the Choice of Medicines. Humanities and Social Sciences, HSS, XXIII, 25 (2/2018), 183-194, DOI: 10.7862/rz.2018.hss.28. PN-EN 13848-5:2017-10. Railways. Track. Geometric quality of the track. Part 5: Levels of geometric quality. Trail. Sęp, J., Perłowski, R

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An Improvement of Quality of the Rear Cover of Bearing Turbine with the use of Selected Methods

., 2017. SMED enhanced with 5-Whys Analysis to improve set-upreduction programs: the SWAN approach . INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY, 90, 1845-1855. Chokkalingam, B., Raja, V., Anburaj, J. et al. 2017. Investigation of Shrinkage Defect in Castings by Quantitative Ishikawa Diagram. ARCHIVES OF FOUNDRY ENGINEERING 2017, 17, 174-178. Corbett, D. Tronca, G., 2017. Non-Destructive Testing of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete. 9th International Conference on Fibre Reinforced Concretes (FRC), Textile Reinforced Concretes (TRC) and

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Improvement of the Ergonomic Quality of the Work Process

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The improvement of production processes is currently one of the key elements of the company's competitiveness. In the pursuit of profit, the rationality of streamlined processes is not always taken into account, i.e. that both process needs and these of employees should be considered. Caring of the comfort of work, of adjusting the workplace to the employee is the main goal of ergonomic activity. On the level of implementation of ergonomic demands depends not only the quality and modernity of the products, but also the ergonomics of the workstation and the production process, forming the basis for better quality and more efficient work. The Improvement of the quality of the ergonomic workplace is possible on the basis of a properly conducted assessment, using a variety of tools. This article presents the evaluation and ergonomic analysis of the work process at four production workplaces, and then indicates the directions of changes. The analysis included elements of physical effort: energy expenditure, static load and traffic monotype. Traditional tools were used, such as OWAS, REBA, and also the use of quality assessment tools (Ishikawa diagram, Pareto-Lorenzo diagram) was proposed in order to suggest solutions to improve the ergonomic quality of the workstations under analysis.

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