FACILITY PLANNING AND DESIGN
The course aims to analyze tools and methodologies of industrial facilities. In this perspective, the course covers topics related to the analysis and design of facility planning and design with particular reference to safety management and energy optimization.
Knowledge and understanding
Good knowledge about the main functions of industrial facilities
Good knowledge of the main schemes of operation of the installations of services
Knowledge of general criteria for sizing and recurring issues in the design of a service facility
Basic knowledge of the laws on industrial services.
Knowledge of techniques and tools to optimize the management of service facilities
Applying knowledge and understanding
Ability to integrate knowledge in the field of industrial services
Ability to use tools and management software
Ability to apply methods and design criteria of a service facility
Ability to identify possible and potential connections between different aspects of a topic and / or a problem
Ability to analyze critical data and results
Problem solving skills and decision making
Interaction skills and cooperation in working groups
Ability to report on a project and present the results
Ability to communicate effectively orally
Ability to research tools and opportunities to improve the knowledge
Ability to develop, outline, summarize the contents acquired
PART 1 - FACILITY PLANNING AND DESIGN
1) Industrial water distribution systems; Air compressor production and distribution systems; Thermal system (12 hours - 1.5 CFU).
2) The risks associated with the use of service facilities / machines and work equipment. Electrical and Lighting Systems. Fire protection systems and devices / Atex. Industrial Services and Defense against Noises and Vibrations: Reference Standards and Control Methods. Applications (30 hours - 3.5 CFU.)
PART 2 - TOOLS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL SERVICES.
1) Organization of production processes (4 hours - 0.5 CFU).
2) Industrial Services Innovation: System Evolution from World Class Manufacturing to Smart Manufacturing. The role of digital innovation and simulation (4 hours - 0.5 CFU).
3) Decision Support System and Multi criteria decision methods (4 hours - 0.5 CFU).
4) Methods and techniques for managing the systems / human reliability of industrial service facilities. Product life cycle management. Schedule, plan and organize system reliability and routine maintenance (8 hours - 1 CFU).
PART 3 - METHODS FOR OPTIMIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL SERVICES.
1) Energy Management Systems. Life Cycle Assessement. Environmental sustainability of industrial services (4 hours - 0.5 CFU).
2) Synergies between management systems. Quality Management (ISO 9001), Environment (ISO 14001) and Safety (OHSAS 18001) (8 hours - 1 CFU).
Lectures, Tutorials, Seminars, Case discussion, Group work, Blended.
Enrique Mu e Milagros Pereyre-rojas. Practical Decision Making: An Introduction to the Analytic Hierarchy Process (Ahp) Using Super Decisions V2. Springer, 2017
Richard J. Schonberger, World Class Manufacturing: The Lessons of Simplicity Applied. The Free Press, 2008.
Publications provided by Prof. Petrillo
Discussion of a project work. Oral examination.In the oral examination, which can be done on the same day or within a few days, the ability to link and compare different aspects of the course is evaluated.
The professor is fluent in English and is available to interact with students in English, also during the examination.