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  • Industrial Process Development PPU413 San Aziz

    Viktorija Badasjane

    2019-04-01

  • ● Course introduction and projects.

    ● Seminars.

    ● Volvo visits us at 10:00, to talk about Summer Technology Program

    ● Erik Flores at 10:10, to talk about an event about simulation.

    Agenda 2019-04-01

  • Objectives

    ● The objective of the course is to provide the students with knowledge in tools, techniques and principles for process development within Production, Quality, Maintenance and Logistics.

    Learning outcomes

    After completing the course student should be able to:

    ● Applying modern tools and methods to improve the efficiency of manual and mechanical processes in production and logistics systems.

    ● Analyze and evaluate problems in production / logistics system processes, and develop action and improvement plans.

    ● Demonstrate the ability to be able to map a process, identify and quantify their losses , find the root causes of the loss, as well as provide suggestions for improvement with a simplified investment analysis.

    Course syllabus

  • Course content

    ● Introduction to the process development with a focus on production systems.

    ● Automation as an enabler for process improvements.

    ● Computer-based tools for process improvements.

    ● Ergonomics.

    ● Frequency and time studies.

    ● Principles of systematic process optimization.

    ● Applied Process Analysis.

    Course syllabus

    Link to the course syllabus: https://www.mdh.se/utbildning/kurser/kursplaner-1.35552?kursplan=27890

    https://www.mdh.se/utbildning/kurser/kursplaner-1.35552?kursplan=27890

  • Tools and methods for:

    ● Industrial process mapping.

    ●Quality development.

    ●Production and logistic development.

    ●Maintenance development.

    Course objective

  • After completing the course the student should be able to:

    Course objective

    Use tools and methods to improve efficiency of manual and mechanical processes.

    Map a process to identify losses.

    Find root causes of the losses.

    Provide suggestions for improvement.

    Apply investment analysis.

    Analyze problems in:

    • Production processes. • Logistic processes. • Quality processes

    • Maintenance processes.

  • ● Written exam 2,5 hp.

    ● Project 5 hp.

    Examination

  • ● Lectures.

    ●Guest lectures.

    ● Scientific articles.

    ● Similar structure to old exams.

    Written exam 2.5 hp

  • ● Real industrial problem at a company.

    ● Group of 5 students.

    ● Minimum 1 swedish speaking student/group.

    ● Technical report to company and San Aziz.

    ● Presentation for the class and the companies at MDH.

    ● Car costs outside of Eskilstuna and Västerås will be paid.

    Project 5 hp

  • ● Volvo CE in Eskilstuna.

    ● Volvo GTO in Köping.

    ● Outokumpu in Eskilstuna.

    ● Eskilstuna Elektronikpartner in Eskilstuna.

    ● Bombardier in Västerås.

    ● Södergrens Metallindustri in Eskilstuna.

    ● Alvenius in Eskilstuna.

    ● MITC AB in Eskilstuna.

    ● ABB in Västerås.

    ● Flowserve in Linköping.

    ● Dibo AB in Katrineholm.

    Project 5 hp

    Projects at these companies:

  • The ”standard process” for the project

    1. Define and analyze the problem and the process.

    2. Identify wastes and measure the loss.

    3. Root cause analysis.

    4. Improvements suggestion.

    Project 5 hp

  • Reporting the project status to San Aziz by:

    1. Pulse meetings.

    2. Personal diaries.

    3. Supervision only if needed.

    Project 5 hp

  • ● Totally 4 puls meetings.

    ● 2-5 minutes/group.

    ● Four criteria

    ● Project status

    ● Cooperation within the group.

    ● Cooperation with the company.

    ● Progress of the report.

    Pulse meetings

    Different for each pulse meeting.

    Pulse meeting 1: Define and analyze the problem and the process.

    Pulse meeting 2: Identify wastes and measure the loss.

    Pulse meeting 3: Root cause analysis.

    Pulse meeting 4: Improvements suggestion.

  • ● Totally 4.

    ● Based on provided template on Zoomin.

    ● All group members send individual personal diary.

    ● Deadlines:

    ● Personal diary 1: 2019-04-08

    ● Personal diary 2: 2019-04-22

    ● Personal diary 3: 2019-05-06

    ● Personal diary 4: 2019-05-20

    Personal diary

  • ● Based on the provided template on Zoomin.

    ● English or Swedish.

    ● Written by all group members (the student’s name for each chapter/text).

    ● Deadline 2019-05-20

    Technical report

  • ● Presentation for the class and all companies at MDH.

    ● All group members presenting.

    ● English.

    ● 10 minutes presentation maximum.

    ● 5 minutes question and feedback.

    ● Date 2019-05-27

    The group presentation

  • ● Lecture: Process Mapping with San Aziz.

    ● Seminar 1: Chen, et.al. 2010 with Viktorija Badasjane.

    Lecture 1: 2019-04-04

  • ● Lecture: Ergonomics with Antti Salonen.

    Lecture 2: 2019-04-08

  • ● Lecture: Quality Development with Anders Hellström.

    ● Pulse meeting 1:

    ● Project status: Define and analyze the problem and the process.

    ● Cooperation within the group.

    ● Cooperation with the company.

    ● Progress of the report.

    Lecture 3: 2019-04-11

  • ● Lecture: Performance measures with San Aziz.

    ● Seminar 2: Susilawati, et.al, 2013 with Viktorija Badasjane.

    Lecture 4: 2019-04-15

  • ● Lecture: Define the problem and the process using simulation, with Erik Flores and Laura Gottlieb.

    Lecture 5: 2019-04-25

  • ● Guest lecture: Quality Management at ABB with Karl Williams.

    ● Pulse meeting 2:

    ● Project status: Identify wastes and measure the loss.

    ● Cooperation within the group.

    ● Cooperation with the company.

    ● Progress of the report.

    Lecture 6: 2019-04-29

  • ● Lecture: Kaizen with Yuji Yamamoto.

    ● Seminar 3: Yamamoto & Bellgran, 2010 with Viktorija Badasjane.

    Lecture 7: 2019-05-02

  • ● Lecture: Root Cause Analysis with Antti Salonen.

    Lecture 8: 2019-05-06

  • ● Guest lecture: Professional Maintenance at Volvo GTO with Per Hansson.

    ● Seminar 4: Bengtsson and Osterman 2014 with Viktorija Badasjane.

    Lecture 9: 2019-05-09

  • ● Lecture: Conditions Based Maintenance with San Aziz or Ali Rastegari from ABB.

    ● Pulse meeting 3:

    ● Project status: Root cause analysis.

    ● Cooperation within the group.

    ● Cooperation with the company.

    ● Progress of the report.

    Lecture 10: 2019-05-13

  • ● Lecture: Investment Analysis with San Aziz.

    Lecture 11: 2019-05-16

  • ● Lecture: Change Management with Viktorija Badasjane and Staffan Andersson.

    ● Pulse meeting 4:

    ● Project status: Improvements suggestion.

    ● Cooperation within the group.

    ● Cooperation with the company.

    ● Progress of the report.

    Lecture 12: 2019-05-20

  • ● Lecture: Automation with Mikael Hedelind.

    Lecture 13: 2019-05-23

  • ● Final presentation for the class and companies at MDH.

    Lecture 14: 2019-05-27

  • Course material

    http://zoomin.idt.mdh.se/course/PPU413/

    Course responsible

    [email protected]

    Seminars

    [email protected]

    Examiner

    [email protected]

    Communication

    http://zoomin.idt.mdh.se/course/PPU413/ mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected]

  • ● Lecture: Process Mapping with San Aziz.

    ● Seminar 1: Chen, et.al. 2010 with Viktorija Badasjane.

    Next lecture 2019-04-01

  • Book a first meeting with your company during this week. Supervisors at the

    companies are waiting for you.

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