Handbook of Industrial and Systems Engineering, 2nd Edition

  • Adedeji B. Badiru Oklahoma University, School of Industrial Engineering
  • Published By: CRC Press
  • ISBN-10: 1466515058
  • ISBN-13: 9781466515055
  • DDC: 620.0042
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1480 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released October 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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Overview

A new edition of a bestselling industrial and systems engineering reference, Handbook of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Second Edition provides students, researchers, and practitioners with easy access to a wide range of industrial engineering tools and techniques in a concise format. This edition expands the breadth and depth of coverage, emphasizing new systems engineering tools, techniques, and models.

The premise of the handbook remains: to expand the breadth and depth of coverage beyond the traditional handbooks on industrial engineering. The book begins with a general introduction with specific reference to the origin of industrial engineering and the ties to the Industrial Revolution. It covers the fundamentals of industrial engineering and the fundamentals of systems engineering. Building on this foundation, it presents chapters on manufacturing, production systems, and ergonomics, then goes on to discuss economic and financial analysis, management, information engineering, and decision making. Two new sections examine safety, reliability, quality, operations research, queuing, logistics, and scheduling.

The book provides an updated collation of the body of knowledge of industrial and systems engineering. The handbook has been substantively expanded from the 36 seminal chapters in the first edition to 56 landmark chapters in the second edition. In addition to the 20 new chapters, 11 of the chapters in the first edition have been updated with new materials. Filling the gap that exists between the traditional and modern practice of industrial and systems engineering, the handbook provides a one-stop resource for teaching, research, and practice.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Editor.
Contributors.
General Introduction.
1: General Introduction.
Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering.
2: Operational Efficiency.
3: Industrial Revolution, Customers, and Process Improvement.
4: Performance Measurement System for Value Improvement of Services.
5: Strategic Performance Measurement.
6: Industrial Engineering Applications in the Construction Industry.
7: The Application of Industrial Engineering to Marketing Management.
8: Work Sampling.
9: Cluster Analysis: A Tool for Industrial Engineers.
Fundamentals of Systems Engineering.
10: An Overview of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
11: Human Systems Integration.
12: Modeling, Identification/Estimation in Stochastic Systems.
13: Multidisciplinary Systems Teams.
14: Healthcare Systems.
15: Systems Engineering Cost Estimation with a Parametric Model.
Manufacturing, Production Systems, and Ergonomics.
16: Lean Manufacturing Cell.
17: Design Issues and Analysis of Experiments in Nanomanufacturing.
18: Integrating Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing for Process Improvement: A Case Study.
19: Manufacturing Technology.
20: Modeling Production—Inventory Systems.
21: Manufacturing Processes and Systems.
22: e-Design Systems.
Human Factors and Ergonomics.
23: Human Factors.
24: Ergonomics of Design.
25: Human Factors and Ergonomics: How to Fit into the New Era.
26: Human Factors Engineering: Human Mental Models Within Flight Deck Crew Alerting Systems.
27: Learning and Forgetting Models and Their Applications.
28: Cross-Training in Production Systems with Human Learning and Forgetting.
Economic and Financial Analysis.
29: Cost Concepts and Estimation.
30: Engineering Economy Principles and Applications.
31: Engineering Economic Evaluation and Cost Estimation.
32: Application of Real Options Theory to Department of Defense Software Acquisitions.
Management, Information Engineering, and Decision Making.
33: Fundamentals of Project Management.
34: Generating User Requirements in Project Management.
35: Fuzzy Group Decision Making.
36: Design of Industrial Information Systems.
37: Ranking Irregularities When Evaluating Alternatives by Using Some Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Methods.
38: Information Engineering.
39: Dependability of Computer and Network Systems.
40: A Management Model for Planning Change Based on the Integration of Lean and Six Sigma.
41: Maintenance Management in the 21st Century.
Safety, Reliability, and Quality.
42: Process Control for Quality Improvement.
43: Short-Run Control Charts.
44: AFIT Engineering Systems Reliability Tool.
45: Prevention through Design (PtD).
46: System Safety Engineering.
Operations Research, Queuing, Logistics, and Scheduling.
47: Queuing Theory.
48: MX/M/1 Retrial Queue with Unreliable Server.
49: Optimization Problems in Applied Sciences.
50: Metaheuristics: A Solution Method for Optimization Problems.
51: Introduction to Applications of Fuzzy Set Theory in Industrial Engineering.
52: Project Scheduling.
53: Scheduling of Production and Service Systems.
54: Critical Resource Diagramming: A Tool for Resource Utilization Analysis.
55: Daily Scheduling of Nurses in Operating Suites.
56: Logistics Transportation Systems.
Conversion Factors and Expressions.
Engineering, Systems, and Statistical Formulae.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Adedeji B. Badiru

Adedeji B. Badiru, Ph.D., P.E., is a member of the faculty in the School of Industrial Engineering at the University of Oklahoma. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Oklahoma. He received his B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering, M.S. in Mathematics, and M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Tennessee Technology University. He received his Ph.D. degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida. He is the director of Expert Systems Laboratory in the School of Industrial Engineering, University of Oklahoma. Dr. Badiru has served as a consultant to several organizations around the world. He has conducted customized project management workshops for numerous organizations including Sony, AT&T, Seagate Technology, U.S. Airforce, and Hitachi. He has published numerous papers and books on project management and related topics. Dr. Badiru is a member of several professional and technical societies including IIE, SME, TIMS, ORSA, PMI, and AAAI.