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Title: An analysis to increase the prouction efficiency of 25-pound-training bombs of 1st manufacturing division, aeronautical engineering department
Authors: Vivattigul, Analas
Keywords: Industrial efficiency
Aerospace engineering
Training bomb
Production efficiency
Plant layout
Issue Date: 2006
Type: Thesis
Series/Report no.: SIU SS SOT-MESE 2006-03;
Abstract: The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) designs a mission for the 1st manufacturing division of Department of Aeronautical Engineering to have a responsibility and capability to produce 25-lb-training bombs. For the current situation, the amount of 25-lb-training bombs produced by RTAF has not passed its demand. This special study has analyzed the 25-lb-training bomb production process for finding the root cause of problem relating to low quantity of production. The study looks into the plant layout and its personnel which causes retardation of production process. From the analysis, the researcher finds that all machinery required for producing each main parts for the bomb shell are scattered and located in two different working sites. This results in low efficiency of production. The researcher’s finding enhances the production efficiency by relocating machines those are used to produced all bomb parts and hence reduction of time and distance during transportation.
Description: Asst. Prof. Dr.Prinya Tantaswadi (Acting Dean, School of Technology) ; Committee Assoc. Prof. Dr.Chuvej Chansa-ngavej (Advisor), Prof.Dr.Prida Wibulswas (Committee), Prof. Dr.Damrong Kummongkol (Committee).
URI: http://dspace.siu.ac.th/handle/1532/285
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