This reference text discusses manufacturing parameters and entrepreneurship in the context of space consideration. It provides basic understanding of several manufacturing parameters and estimation techniques with the help of examples for better understanding of readers including graduate students and professional engineers. It covers important concepts including manufacturing space, manufacturing quality, production backorders, space consideration, quality aspects, maximum inventory control, entrepreneurial application and quality inclusion in depth.
Table of Contents
1 Introduction 1.1 Manufacturing space 1.2 Manufacturing quality 1.3 Production backorders 2. Space consideration 2.1 Conceptualization 2.2 Formulation 2.3 Analysis 3. Quality aspects 3.1 Basic understanding 3.2 Mathematical treatment 3.3 Examples and generalization 4. Backorders 4.1 Maximum inventory level 4.2 Entrepreneurial application 4.3 Quality inclusion 5. Conclusion 5.1 Useful results 5.2 Innovation efforts 5.3 Future scope
Sanjay Sharma is a Professor at the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai, India. As an operations and supply chain management educator and researcher, he has more than three decades of experience including industrial, managerial, teaching/training, consultancy, and research, and has a number of awards and honors to his credit. He has published five books and papers in various reputed journals such as the European Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of Production Economics, Computers and Operations Research, and International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. He also serves as a reviewer for several international journals and on the editorial board of few journals including the International Journal of Logistics Management.