Material Handling '90 (kartoniertes Buch)
Progress in Materials Handling and Logistics 2
Umfang: X, 580 S., 16 s/w Illustr., 2 farbige Illustr., 79
Auflage: 1. Auflage 1991
Einband: kartoniertes Buch
Erschienen am 31.12.2011
The contents of this book are based on invited papers submittedfor presentation and discussion at the 1990 Material Handling Research Colloquium held in Hebron, Kentucky, June 19-21,1990. The Colloquium was sponsored and organized by the College Industry Councilfor Material Handling Education (CIC-MHE) with addi tional co-sponsorship and funding provided by numerous organizations (see ac knowledgements). The purpose of the Colloquium was to foster open discussion about the current state of material handling research at universitiesfrom across the United States and Canada. It was an opportunity to share specific research directions and accomplishments. But more importantly, it was an opportunity to discuss the implications of the basic constraints to solving industry relevant problems in the field of material handling and closely related activities; the efficacy of the approaches being taken at the present time; and the directions believed to be of most value to the industry and to advancing the knowledge and science base of the material handling engineering discipline. The sponsoring organization, the College Industry Council for Material Handling Education was founded in 1952. The council is composed of college and university educators, material handling equipment manufacturers, distributors, users and consultants, representatives of the business press plus professional staff and members of other organizations concerned with material handling education.
InhaltsangabeSection One: Perspective on the 1990s.- Material Handling Research: Needs and Opportunities.- The Focus of Material Handling Research in the United States.- The State of Material Handling Research.- Research in the 1990s.- Section two: Facilities Design and Unit Loads.- Batch Production with Unit Load Design and Scheduling Consideration.- A Group Technology Approach for Container Size Selection.- Computer-Aided Facility Design Revisited: A Prototype Design Workstation for AGV Systems.- A Modelling Framework for Integrating Layout Design and Flow Network Design.- Backtracking of Jobs and Machine Location Problems.- Computer-Aided Design of Unit Loads: A Design and Selection Procedure.- A Three Dimensional Dynamic Palletizing Heuristic.- Section Three: Storage Systems and Logistis.- A Generalized Design and Performance Analysis Model for End-of-Aisle Order Picking Systems.- Order Sequencing in Automated Storage/Retrieval Systems with Due Dates.- Computer Aided Design of Industrial Logistics Systems.- Transportation with Common Carrier and Private Fleets: System Assignment and Shipment Frequency Optimization.- Optimal Container Location in Miniload AS/R Systems.- Small Parts Order Picking: Analysis Framework and Selected Results.- Section Four: Economics and Automation.- Justification of Manufacturing Systems.- Economic Justification: Research Concerns.- Comments on the Automation of Material Handling.- Industrial Lift Truck Reliability.- Intelligent Robots for Flexible Packaging.- Strategic Investment Evaluation of Integrated Manufacturing Systems.- Performance Modeling for a Single Material Handling Device with Random Service Requests - Pure Blocking.- Performance Modeling for a Single Material Handling Device with Random Service Requests - Blocking with Recourse.- Section Five: Flow Control and Agvs.- Determining the Number of Kanban in Multi-Item Just-In-Time Systems.- An Advanced AGVS Control System: An Example of Integrated Design and Control.- A Virtual Cell Scheduling Algorithm.- A Modular Algorithm for Pre-simulation Design of Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems.- Recent Analytical Results on Miniload Performance.- Impacts of Flexible Routing in Control Architectures for Material Flow Systems.- Prototyping the Integration Requirements of a Free-Path AGV System.- A PC Based Implementation of the Control Zone Model for AGVS Design.