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Industrial Engineering & Management

ISSN: 2169-0316

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Volume 10, Issue 2 (2021)

    Editorial Pages: 1 - 2

    Method engineering

    Gregor Mendel

    Method engineering within the "field of data systems is that the discipline to construct new methods from existing methods". It focuses on "the design, construction and evaluation of methods, techniques and support tools for information systems development". Furthermore, method engineering "wants to enhance the usefulness of systems development methods by creating an adaptation framework whereby methods are created to match specific organizational situations".

     

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    Vibrating Dual Bent-Share Cultivator

    William jones*

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    ENTERPRENEURSHIP

    Bella Jacintha

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    SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

    Christiana Melan*

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    Volume 10, Issue 4 (2021)

      Original Research Article Pages: 1 - 3

      Tool Life And Tool Wear For CBN And Alumina Based Ceramic Tools

      Rishi sharma

       In present times there are still many issues in the field of micro-machining for materials which are hard to machine like short tool life and rapid tool wear of the machining tools. Considering titanium alloy TI-6AL-4V in study some standard procedures and conditions were followed which were ISO standard in life testing for milling and in turn it was used to predict tool wear of tungsten carbide for micro end milling and groove milling. Some factors like cutting-edge radius, tool volumetric change and Flank wear rate determines the tool wear.

      Research Pages: 1 - 8

      Evaluation of MEMS Used in Manufacturing Areas of the Aerospace Industry of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico

      Margarita Gil Samaniego Ramos1*, Juan Ceballos Corral1, Arturo Sinué Ontiveros Zepeda1, Ismael Mendoza Muñoz1, Mildrend Ivett Montoya Reyes1, Olivia Yessenia Vargas Bernal1

      MEMS (Micro Electromechanical Systems) are low-power micro devices widely used in the industrial processes of the Mexicali aerospace industry, which have the function of controlling the operation of industrial systems at any stage of manufacturing by evaluating the way to carry out their activities, comparing standardized values â??â??with data real and activate and deactivate high power actuator mechanisms such as fans, motors, electric pumps and other high power used in this installed industry. These micro devices have specific characteristics in their operation to obtain the best operational performance of industrial equipment and machines, at a low cost and partially operating according to the operating system reference values â??â??of industrial systems and generating a safe process in their operation. The industrial processes of the Mexicali aerospace industry requires specialized knowledge because they manufacture components with very rigid operations because they are manufactured for aircraft with very rigorous regulations, due to the high security that air transport requires. MEMS have increased their use in the last ten years, where it has been applied to various industries due to the simple way of coupling with industrial systems, and this is why research was conducted to evaluate its use in a company in this city that they did not intend to use them and when observing that they increased their productive performance at one stage of their industrial processes, they chose to apply them in all their manufacturing areas. The investigation was from 2018 to 2019.

      Research Pages: 1 - 5

      Analysis of Basic Fitness Parameters for Females at Workplace

      Siddhi Jadhav*, Nirmity Bomidwar, Prof. Anand Umrani, Prof. Dr. Varsha Karandikar

      This research analysis focuses on the varying task effects on physiological factors and cognitive response on female subjects. These varying tasks affects i.e. heart rate and blood pressure as well as cognitive performance are taken to check the physical and mental at workplace for job allocation. A sample size of 30 female workers has been taken. Their blood pressure and heart rate were checked at 5 different times like at rest, after walking, 10mins after walking, after climbing 3 floors, 10mins after climbing. Immediately after takings these readings a Stroop test was conducted immediately after activity to find the cognitive response time in seconds.

      Research Pages: 1 - 4

      Non-conformities against ISO/IEC 17025:2017 in Pakistani labs: A study based on Auditing Body Reports

      1Yousaf Ayub*, 2Zahid Anwar, 3Zahid Abbas Shah, 4Muhammad Mudassar Sharif

       

      ISO/IEC 17025:2017 deals with the “General requirements for the competence, impartiality and consistent operation of testing and calibration laboratories” (Standardization, Publications and products, 2017) by focusing on both management and technical requirements of laboratories. Management requirements relate to lab operations, auditing, and management review etc. while technical related to testing activities and handling of lab technical resources. Purpose of this article to present the significant non-conformities that testing/calibration labs face during ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation process.

      Research Pages: 1 - 5

      ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Lab Management System Effectiveness Verification by Using Quantitative Approach

      Yousaf Ayub1*, Zahid Anwar2, Zahid Abbas Shah3

       ISO/IEC 17025 “General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories” (ISO, 2017) is focused on both management and technical requirement of laboratories. Its accreditation is mandatory is many countries due to its regulatory requirement. From last 2-3 years, accreditation of ISO/IEC 17025 becomes obligatory in some sectors of Pakistan (pesticides, electricity transmission etc.).

      Volume 10, Issue 5 (2021)

        Research Pages: 1 - 5

        Use of PID to increase the productive yielding of industrial equipment and machines of an electronics industry of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.

        Gustavo López Badilla1*, Karina Cecilia Arredondo Soto2, Elizabeth Romero Samaniego3, Margarita Cervantes Trujillo3

        The operational yielding of industrial equipment and machinery is a very important factor in the activities of each industry, because is part of productivity and quality
        indices of manufactured products. The majorly of this type of industries use widely a variety devices such as PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative), which generates
        control of a diverse industrial operations, depending is required. The PID is designed at low cost with basic electronic components of low power as coils, capacitors,
        resistors, relays, and transistors, where some companies in the Mexicali city not use this type of devices and not have an optimal control in the manufacturing areas. An
        industry of electronic sector and that fabricates cell phones, tablets and laptops located in this city, reflected some problematic situations in where wasn’t control in some
        industrial operations, and were occurred a lot failures and human errors an investigation to regulate these specific operations was made using PID. This scientific study
        showed the necessity of use this electronic devices and, when was applied its, was elaborated the control was observed an increase in levels of productivity and quality,
        and decreasing the costs by the presence of defective products without finished and stored in zones of manufacturing areas, delaying the process and the delivery to
        others areas and customers, and originating loss of customers. Other important aspect observed with the use of PID, was that equipment and machinery increased its
        life time generating low indices of electrical failures, because it’s operated in the time required and not always were working even without raw materials to manufacture
        the products of the electronic industry evaluated. The investigation was made from 2017 to 2018.

        Research Article Pages: 1 - 6

        Soil acid Management using Biochar:Review

        Miheretu Bedassa*

        Soil acidity affects the growth of crops because acidic soil contain toxic levels of aluminum and manganese and characterized by deficiency of essential plant nutrients
        such as P,N, K, Ca, Mg, and Mo. The management options to correct acid soils are, improve nutrient use efficiency, liming, application of organic materials, biocha
        ,appropriate crop rotations, crop mixtures, use of varieties that tolerant to Al and Mn toxicity. Biochar application improves crop productivity through enhancing water
        holding capacity, cation exchange capacity (CEC), and adsorption of plant nutrients and creates suitable condition for soil micro-organisms.

        Research Pages: 1 - 5

        Designing and Engineering of Automatic Board Cleaner Using CNC Based Mechanism

        Nahinur Rahman1*, Argha Sikder2

        Report has been written on designing and engineering automatic board cleaner to introduce a new advance mechanism for erasing the board. In previous projects, the
        mechanism used for erasing the board was failed to achieve its true potential of decreasing erasing time and eventually increasing or optimizing the lecture duration.
        The reason behind this was if the lecturer had written a small word in a portion of the board, the duster used to erase the whole board, not just that portion. And the
        mechanism used too were very slow and outdated. These are the areas where we focused to improved. The present demand of the market & customers is always main
        priority for developing the demand. So, we developed the product using survey analysis, quality function deployment and TOPSIS. And it was run by using updated
        technology of CNC based 3D printing mechanism.

        Research Pages: 1 - 8

        A Designed System for Providing Solutions to Basic Engineering Problems

        Paul Tamaragaibi

        Engineering and the manner in which engineers think is largely visual and functional, and yet engineers are typically provided with a lot of other basic engineering
        problems to be solved and applied to complex ones. This paper present a designed software for providing solutions to some basic engineering problems. C++
        programming language was used in writing the codes. The paper explains the activities involved in C++program development and touched areas such as the general
        concept of programming, programming languages, compilation and interpretation, storage and execution, functional lines to which computer programs maybe
        categorized. Several engineering problems and their various real-world applications were considered to accomplish the aim of the work. The problem requirements were
        properly understood, and the program adequately developed using the Dev-C++ software. The program was coded in a modular fashion, and constructed in a manner
        that can be fairly understood. Algorithms and flow charts for the basic engineering problems considered were obtained and using formula translation, solutions to such
        issues were dynamically programmed using the Dev C++ software. The results from the developed software when compared with other methods such as numerical
        and approximate analytical solutions were observed to be the same. The developed software is however, more user friendly and can be implemented at A Level Higher
        Institutions, as well as have many other real-world applications.

        Research Pages: 1 - 5

        ABC Classification for Inventory Optimization (Case Study Family Supermarket)

        Aregawi Yemane1*, Alehegn Melesse Semegn2, Ephrem Gidey3

        This article deals with comparison between traditional ABC classification (using annual usage only) and an optimal new multi criteria ABC classification (using annual
        usage, unit price and lead time). ABC inventory classification is a well-known approach to assign items into three basic categories as A, B, and C based on their usage
        volume and sales. Efficient and effective inventory management helps a firm maintain competitive advantage, especially in a time of accelerating globalization. Most of
        the super market managers in our country do not use any inventory control techniques to monitoring the huge amount of items in their stock. The aim of this paper is to
        introduce an optimal multiple-criteria ABC analysis that improves the inventory management control system. On this approach the researchers use additional criteria,
        such as unit price and lead time.

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