Integrating Productivity and Quality Management
Engineering Maintenance Management
Computer-Aided Facilities Planning
By Johnson Edosomwan
June 16, 1995
This second edition details all productivity and quality methodologies, principles and techniques, and demonstrates how they interact in the three phases of the productivity and quality management triangle (PQMT): measurement, control and evaluation; planning and analysis; and improvement and ...
By Benjamin W. Niebel
July 07, 1994
This work sets out to furnish all levels of engineering management with the material necessary to provide cost-effective maintenance, discussing the functional design of products as well as the identification of failure systems that permit scheduled maintenance procedures. This second edition ...
April 15, 1986
November 01, 1984
This book, a survey of current practices in both planning and computer aids, is largely confined to space projections, block and detailed layout planning, material flow analysis, plan and elevation drawings—the core activities of most facilities planners....
October 27, 1983
This book provides guidelines for obtaining research and development (RD) results of a consistent and known quality. The approaches discussed here have been developed for an industrial research center engaged in RD to support operating divisions of the parent corporation....
April 18, 1983
This book is a manual for designing and operating a basic quality management program; a practical discussion of what is needed and how to fulfill those needs on a practical basis. It will be helpful to chemical engineers, plant laboratory managers and those interested in quality management....
June 01, 1981
This book covers the fundamentals of linear programming, extension of linear programming to discrete optimization methods, multi-objective functions, quadratic programming, geometric programming, and classical calculus methods for solving nonlinear programming problems....