Plenary Lecture

Method for Control of the Make-To-Order Manufacturing System on the Base of Earning Power Assessment – Theoretical Approach

Associate Professor Luiza Daschievici
Faculty of Engineering Braila
“Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati
E-mail: luiza.tomulescu@ugal.ro

Abstract: Method for control of the make-to-order manufacturing system on the base of earning power assessment is a new method to control the entire production process, starting with customer enquiry up to product deliver. In practice, decisions on acceptance of order and production planning are often considered separately. Sales Department is responsible for accepting orders, while the production department in charge of production planning for implementation of orders accepted. Acceptance decisions are often made without involving the control of the production department or incomplete information on the basis of available production capacity. Method for integrated control of the job shop type manufacturing system proposed in this presentation aims to facilitate the connection between the two departments and to achieve integrated control of job shop type manufacturing system on the basis of Earning Power (EP) evaluation. It gives a more accurate picture of a firm's profitability than gross income.
It is presented the proposed method flowchart, three modeling techniques for time and cost: analytic, neural network and k-Nearest Neighbour. Using the achieved models, EP is evaluated at operation level, job level and order level of make-to-order manufacturing system.

Brief Biography of the Speaker: Luiza Daschievici got a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1994.
In 2000 Luiza Daschievici got a PhD in Mechanical Engineering (“Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati).
Since 1994, she has been an assistant, then lecturer and associate professor at “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati.
Her research fields are the following: technology of the manufacturing process; cutting process modeling; tribology of parts machines; techniques of complex modeling of the manufacturing systems; the reliability of the mechanics systems.
Dr. Daschievici Luiza has participated in many research projects organized by Romanian Ministry of Education and Science.
She published, as author or co-author, over 80 articles in journals and proceedings of the international conference (Hungary, Italy, Hong Kong, Spain, Portugal, Poland, South Africa, Japan, UK, USA). Daschievici Luiza wrote 5 books in her research field.
She is a member of the following professional and scientific associations: IFAC – International Federation of Automatic Control, SAAM - South African for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, IAENG – International Association of Engineers, ARoTMM - Romanian Association for Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, ACM-V - Multidisciplinary Research Association of the West Zone.
Dr. Daschievici Luiza is an expert of Romanian National University Research Council – CNCSIS.

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