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Production line optimization using lean manufacturing methods
Bartuněk, Martin ; Simeonov, Simeon (referee) ; Hromková, Ivana (advisor)
This Bachelor´s thesis deals with optimization of manufacture process at CommScope Czech Republic s.r.o. with help of lean production methods. The first part of the thesis has a form of study of individual methods. The next part is shortly about the company and optic cable manufacturing process. The second part of thesis contain measuring, analyzing and finally optimization of the examine process. In conclusion are evaluated gained results and financial savings.
Design and simulation of manufacturing systems using simulation software for advanced planning and scheduling
Konečný, Štěpán ; Simeonov, Simeon (referee) ; Hromková, Ivana (advisor)
The Bachelor’s thesis deals with problematics of discrete-event simulation of production systems and clarification of basic concepts related to simulation, system, model and modelling using software for creating simulation models. The aim is to create simulation model of production line for paper boxes and to find the optimal solution that would meet the requirements for increase in productivity, eliminating downtime for individual machines while maintaining minimum production costs. The creation of the production system is solved in the simulation software Tecnomatix Plant Simulation 14. Furthermore, several solutions were designed and evaluated, from which the optimal solution with the lowest costs was selected.
Algorithms for queues ans warehouse controll of the conveyor system
Vidlička, Adam ; Simeonov, Simeon (referee) ; Hromková, Ivana (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to create a model of conveyor system with storage using Tecnomatix Plant Simulation. The methods within the model are programmed to control the material flow between conveyors and storage. The data are obtained by simulation of combinations of choosen programmed methods. The data are compared and the most suitable combination for the created model is choosen.
Principles of lean manufacturing and their implementation
Hanuška, Tomáš ; Hromková, Ivana (referee) ; Simeonov, Simeon (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with principles of lean production and their implementation. It reflects ongoing transformation of assembly in the company ABB s.r.o. PGHV Brno – Slatina. There were suggested several steps for waste reduction based on the tracking of material flow and worker movement.
Algorithms for forward and backward planning
Sluka, Filip ; Hromková, Ivana (referee) ; Simeonov, Simeon (advisor)
The thesis deals with production planning. It contains theoretical description of methods used for production planning and optimizing. Thesis describes bottleneck problems in production. It offers overview of ways to identify and analyze bottleneck influence to manufacturing process efficiency. Thesis proposes ways to eliminate bottlenecks using various algorithm types. It applies theoretical knowledges from optimization and graph theory to program creation that is focused on order delay and readjustment time minimizing. The program implements genetic algorithm.
Principles of lean manufacturing and its implementation
Pafkovič, Roman ; Dvořák, Milan (referee) ; Simeonov, Simeon (advisor)
Bachelor thesis on the topic of Principles of lean manufacturing and its implementation deals with developing description of the lean manufacturing, acquaint with individual methods of the lean manufacturing and implement some of them into the real CNC workplace.
Link robots
Szabari, Mikuláš ; Kotek, Luboš (referee) ; Simeonov, Simeon (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the configuration of the link robots. It is divided into three parts. The first part interprets the robots, their division and ranked link robots into this division. The second part addresses the issue of the single cell structure and configuration of the whole robot. It also addresses workspace,location of endpoint and create a model. The third section discusses control systems, actuators and sensors.
Flying robot for geophysical purposes
Mocek, Jurij ; Hromková, Ivana (referee) ; Simeonov, Simeon (advisor)
The aim of this work is to propose a construction solution for remote controlled flying machine and to propose way of its management. The work deals with the general way to construct a flying machine with vertical start and concrete solution for construction.
MOLECUBES technology application in robotics
Vacek, Václav ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Simeonov, Simeon (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to propose and make a robot, which is made of identical modules. These modules are able to connect or disconnect themselves and thanks to this feature new structures of robot can be achieved. This problem is solved by the design proposal of a module, which is capable to rotate in two axis and has connection connectors for other modules. Communication is carried out by Wi-fi connection to the computer and angles required for reconfiguration are calculated by inverse kinematics in Matlab program. On these modules the reconfiguration test was succesfully demonstrated.
Optimization of Material Flow in Mass Production by Means of Simulation Methods
Hloska, Jiří ; Simeonov, Simeon (referee) ; Manlig, František (referee) ; Škopán, Miroslav (advisor)
The aim of the PhD thesis is to design a methodology for generating a material flow using a simulation meta-model of a mass production process. This methodology is in principle based on the relationship between selected material flow characteristics. Simulation of production and logistics processes has been increasingly used in planning, commissioning and subsequent operational management and optimization of the respective technological operations, in particular in mass production. The first part of the PhD thesis summarizes up-to-date findings in the field of discrete event simulation of material flow, related statistical and mathematical disciplines, but also information technology which enables effective realization of simulation studies. Attention is also paid to significant domestic and international conferences, symposia and interest associations related to simulation of manufacturing processes. The next part of the PhD thesis presents the methodology of reconstruction and generation of material flow using simulation meta-models developed for this purpose. Principles of algorithms used by these meta-models and their possible range of use are demonstrated by simulation experiments carried out. Their description and results are also commented. Special focus is put on the selection of significant material flow characteristics and their mutual relationship. For its evaluation a series of simulation experiments was conducted using a simulation model of a closed queuing system with variable parameters. Revealed interdependence between the selected material flow characteristics is experimentally verified using a detailed simulation model of particular selected mass production system. The conclusion of the PhD thesis summarizes provided findings and, with regard to the designed methodology of reconstruction and generating of material flow, it outlines possible further steps both in research and their practical application.

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