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The Encyclopedia of Operations Management: A Field Manual and Glossary of Operations Management Terms and Concepts
30 September 2011

The Encyclopedia of Operations Management: A Field Manual and Glossary of Operations Management Terms and Concepts

The Encyclopedia of Operations Management: A Field Manual and Glossary of Operations Management Terms and Concepts

2011 | 408 | ISBN: 0132883708 | EPUB + PDF | 10 MB + 12 Mb

This is the perfect "field manual" for every supply chain or operations management practitioner and student. The field's only single-volume reference, it's uniquely convenient and uniquely affordable. With nearly 1,500 well-organized definitions, it can help students quickly create an integrated mental map of the entire field, and prepare for case discussions, exams, and job interviews. For instructors, it serves as an invaluable desk reference and teaching aid that goes far beyond typical dictionaries. For working managers, it offers a precise shared language, with insights for making their processes better, faster, cheaper, and stronger; and for supporting any Six Sigma, Lean, or Lean Sigma training program. Leading expert Arthur V. Hill provides complete coverage of accounting, customer service, distribution, e-business, economics, finance, forecasting, human resources, industrial engineering, industrial relations, inventory management, healthcare management, Lean Sigma/Six Sigma, lean thinking, logistics, maintenance engineering, management information systems, marketing/sales, new product development, operations research, organizational behavior/management, personal time management, production planning and control, purchasing, reliability engineering, quality management, service management, simulation, statistics, strategic management, systems engineering, supply chain management, supply management, theory of constraints, transportation, and warehousing. Multiple figures, graphs, equations, Excel formulas, VBA scripts, and references are designed to support both learning and application. ...
AUTODESK SIMULATION MOLDFLOW SUITE WIN32 WIN64-ISO
7 April 2013

AUTODESK SIMULATION MOLDFLOW SUITE WIN32 WIN64-ISO
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Simulation tools for injection molding Autodesk Simulation Moldflow provides simulation tools for injection mold design, plastic part design, and the injection molding design process. The software guides you through setup and results to show how changes to gate location, material, and geometry affect manufacturability for thermoset and thermoplastic materials.
Modeling & Simulation-Based Data Engineering
6 October 2010

Modeling & Simulation-Based Data Engineering

Bernard P. Zeigler, "Modeling & Simulation-Based Data Engineering: Introducing Pragmatics into Ontologies for Net-Centric Information Exchange"
Publisher: Academic Press | 2007 | ISBN 0123725151 | PDF | 448 pages | 4.3 MB


Data Engineering has become a necessary and critical activity for business, engineering, and scientific organizations as the move to service oriented architecture and web services moves into full swing. Notably, the US Department of Defense is mandating that all of its agencies and contractors assume a defining presence on the Net-centric Global Information Grid. This book provides the first practical approach to data engineering and modeling, which supports interoperabililty with consumers of the data in a service- oriented architectures (SOAs). Although XML (eXtensible Modeling Language) is the lingua franca for such interoperability, it is not sufficient on its own. The approach in this book addresses critical objectives such as creating a single representation for multiple applications, designing models capable of supporting dynamic processes, and harmonizing legacy data models for web-based co-existence. The approach is based on the System Entity Structure (SES) which is a well-defined structure, methodology, and practical tool with all of the functionality of UML (Unified Modeling Language) and few of the drawbacks. The SES originated in the formal representation of hierarchical simulation models. So it provides an axiomatic formalism that enables automating the development of XML dtds and schemas, composition and decomposition of large data models, and analysis of commonality among structures.
Zeigler and Hammond include a range of features to benefit their readers. Natural language, graphical and XML forms of SES specification are employed to allow mapping of legacy meta-data. Real world examples and case studies provide insight into data engineering and test evaluation in various application domains. Comparative information is provided on concepts of ontologies, modeling and simulation, introductory linguistic background, and support options enable programmers to work with advanced tools in the area. The website of the Arizona Center for Integrative Modeling and Simulation, co-founded by Zeigler in 2001, provides links to downloadable software to accompany the book.
Handbook of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Volume 1
23 March 2012

Handbook of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Volume 1

Handbook of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Volume 1
2002 | EPUB | 940 pages | 11 MB

This handbook comprehensively covers both software engineering and knowledge engineering, and over 60 international experts have contributed to it. Each chapter explores one topic and can be read independently of other chapters, providing both a general survey of the topic and an in-depth exposition of the state of the art. Practitioners should find this handbook useful when looking for solutions to practical problems. Researchers can use it for quick access to the background, trends and important references regarding a certain topic. The handbook consists of two volumes. This volume is the first, and it covers the basic principles and applications of software engineering and knowledge engineering. Volume Two will cover the basic principles and applications of visual and multimedia software engineering, knowledge engineering, data mining for software knowledge, and emerging topics in software engineering and knowledge engineering.
Agent-Directed Simulation and Systems Engineering
6 September 2010

Agent-Directed Simulation and Systems Engineering
Agent-Directed Simulation and Systems Engineering
Wiley VCH 2009 | 550 | ISBN: 3527407812 | PDF | 8 Mb
The only book to present the synergy between modeling and simulation, systems engineering, and agent technologies expands the notion of agent–based simulation to also deal with agent simulation and agent–supported simulation. Accessible to both practitioners and managers, it systematically addresses designing and building agent systems from a systems engineering perspective. ...
System Zoo 1 Simulation Models - Elementary Systems, Physics, Engineering
21 March 2011

System Zoo 1 Simulation Models - Elementary Systems, Physics, Engineering
System Zoo 1 Simulation Models - Elementary Systems, Physics, Engineering
184 pages | Dec 12, 2008 |ISBN:3833484225 | PDF | 57.5 Mb

Mathematical modeling and computer simulation make it possible to understand and control the dynamic processes taking place in complex systems. Simulation provides insights into the often surprising diversity of possible behaviors, and allows identifying possibilities for intervention and options for alternative development. About one hundred simulation models from all areas of life are fully documented in the three volumes of the 'System Zoo'. They can be quickly implemented and easily operated using freely available system dynamics software. Volume 1 of the System Zoo contains simulation models of elementary processes, and of complex systems from physics and engineering, among them: exponential and logistic growth, oscillations, delays, and storage; phenomena of infection, transition, and overload; complex systems with limit cycles, multiple equilibrium points and chaotic attractors
Knowledge-Based Software Engineering: Proceedings of the Fifth Joint Conference on Knowledge-Based Software Engineering
11 January 2011

Knowledge-Based Software Engineering: Proceedings of the Fifth Joint Conference on Knowledge-Based Software Engineering

Knowledge-Based Software Engineering: Proceedings of the Fifth Joint Conference on Knowledge-Based Software Engineering

2002 | 348 | ISBN: 1586032747 | PDF | 24 Mb

The book captures the latest developments in the areas of knowledge engineering and software engineering. Particular emphasis is placed upon applying knowledge-based methods to software engineering problems. The Conference, from which the papers are coming, originated in order to provide a forum in which the latest developments in the field of knowledge-based software engineering could be discussed. Although initially targeting scientists from Japan, the CIS countries and countries in Central and Eastern Europe, the authors come from many countries throughout the world. JCKBSE 2002 continues with this tradition and is anticipating even wider international participation. Furthermore, the scope of the conference as indicated by its topics has been updated to reflect the recent development in all the three covered areas, i.e. knowledge engineering, software engineering, and knowledge-based software engineering. ...
AUTODESK SIMULATION MECHANICAL V2013 MULTI-ISO
21 April 2012

AUTODESK SIMULATION MECHANICAL V2013 MULTI-ISO

AUTODESK SIMULATION MECHANICAL V2013 MULTI-ISO | 2.36GB


Autodesk® Simulation software, part of the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping, provides a range of mechanical simulation tools to help designers and engineers make decisions earlier in the engineering design process. Support for multi-CAD environments and extensive finite element modeling tools help manufacturers study initial design intent and accurately predict product performance. Companies worldwide use Autodesk® Simulation Mechanical and Autodesk® Simulation Multiphysics software to validate and optimize designs before manufacturing—increasing efficiency, minimizing reliance on physical prototypes, reducing costs, and decreasing errors.

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    CAD support—Direct, associative data exchange with most CAD software.
    Modeling and meshing—Create finite element models and meshes using tools and wizards designed to improve productivity and simulation accuracy.
    Video: Static stress and linear dynamics—Study structural response of designs.
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    Video: Mechanical event simulation—Enhance design decisions by using multibody dynamics with support for large-scale motion, large deformation, and large strain with body-to-body contact.
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    Video: Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation—Study thermal characteristics of designs and perform accurate, detailed fluid flow analysis.
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    Video: Multiphysics—Study multiple physical factors acting simultaneously by combining results from different analysis types.
AUTODESK SIMULATION MULTIPHYSICS v2013 MULTI-ISO
21 April 2012

AUTODESK SIMULATION MULTIPHYSICS v2013 MULTI-ISO

AUTODESK SIMULATION MULTIPHYSICS v2013 MULTI-ISO | 2.36GB


Autodesk® Simulation software, part of the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping, provides a range of mechanical simulation tools to help designers and engineers make decisions earlier in the engineering design process. Support for multi-CAD environments and extensive finite element modeling tools help manufacturers study initial design intent and accurately predict product performance. Companies worldwide use Autodesk® Simulation Mechanical and Autodesk® Simulation Multiphysics software to validate and optimize designs before manufacturing—increasing efficiency, minimizing reliance on physical prototypes, reducing costs, and decreasing errors.

Features

    CAD support—Direct, associative data exchange with most CAD software.
    Modeling and meshing—Create finite element models and meshes using tools and wizards designed to improve productivity and simulation accuracy.
    Video: Static stress and linear dynamics—Study structural response of designs.
    Watch Video
    Video: Mechanical event simulation—Enhance design decisions by using multibody dynamics with support for large-scale motion, large deformation, and large strain with body-to-body contact.
    Watch Video
    Video: Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation—Study thermal characteristics of designs and perform accurate, detailed fluid flow analysis.
    Watch Video
    Video: Multiphysics—Study multiple physical factors acting simultaneously by combining results from different analysis types.
Biosolids Engineering and Management: Volume 7 (Handbook of Environmental Engineering)
18 March 2013

Biosolids Engineering and Management: Volume 7 (Handbook of Environmental Engineering)
Biosolids Engineering and Management: Volume 7 (Handbook of Environmental Engineering) by Lawrence Wang
1 edition (May 19, 2008) | ISBN: 1588298612 | Pages: 824 | PDF | 17.23 MB


Over the last 30 years, pollution and its effects on the environment have emerged as leading topics of interest. The desire for positive action to restore and protect the environment is growing worldwide. How serious are particular types of pollution? Is technology currently available to abate pollution? And do the costs of abatement justify the degree of abatement achieved? In the series, Handbook of Environmental Engineering, these questions are answered for the three basic forms of pollution and waste: gas, solid and liquid. Volume 7 in the series, Biosolids Engineering and Management, is a collection of methods of practical design, calculation and numerical examples that illustrate how organized, analytical reasoning can lead to the discovery of clear, direct solutions, especially in the areas of biosolids management, treatment, disposal and beneficial use.