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The sieves’ manufacturers that want to be competitive at the market must have the implemented quality control system. Different methods, based on taking the sample, which is a representative of the total quantity of the forming sieves production, are applied for evaluation of the sieve’s conformity. The basic characteristics of this type of the quality function are control, measuring and testing of the forming sieves’ properties at the end of the manufacturing process. The objective is to detect and separate the products that deviate from the set criteria, to remain in the factory, then to be repaired if possible or discarded in the opposite case and thus to prevent delivery of the defective sieves to the paper manufacturers.
Case Study of Conformity Assessment of Automated Production Line
According to machinery directive 2006/42/WE, "assemblies of machinery which, in order to achieve the same end, are arranged and controlled so that they function as an integral whole" are considered as a machine. It means that before putting an automated production line into service the conformity assessment should be conducted. Different directives, e.g. machinery directive, low voltage directive, pressure equipment directive, etc may apply to the machines and devices forming an automated production. It is a duty of the main manufacturer to appoint the responsibility to particular manufactures of machines and devices. Using the automated production line for production of glass wool, built by the SAINT-GOBAIN Construction Products Poland, as a study case the general rules for conformity assessment of such have been presented in the paper.
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The paper focuses on an open question about ensuring conformity among a domain of system knowledge, an analysis domain, a software design domain, and code. Principles of Model Driven Engineering are used in the research, namely, formal specifications of domains and support of conformity among these specifications with the help of traceability mechanism. Topological Functioning Model (TFM) has a mathematical mechanism for supporting traceability, and, thus, conformity. The main results demonstrate that the TFM holds the central place in a chain of trace links between specifications, and analysis of these links enables verification of domain conformity. The results are theoretical and require additional practical experiments.