Adaptive Montagekonzepte für die Kleinserienfertigung basierend auf zwei Fallstudien

Publikation: StudienabschlussarbeitMasterarbeitForschung

Abstract

Aufgrund der fortschreitenden Elektrifizierung der Mobilität und der Massenanpassung von Produkten haben die Varianzen bei diesen Produkten heutzutage zugenommen. Daher kann das Erreichen einer hohen Qualität, einer hohen Vielfalt und einer kleinen Stückzahlproduktion ziemlich teuer sein. Wie kann also die Fahrzeugproduktion mit hoher Qualität, niedrigen Kosten und hoher Anpassungsfähigkeit erreicht werden? Was sind die Techniken, die zur Erreichung dieser Parameter erforderlich sind? Und schließlich, wie kann man das umsetzen?

Der Schwerpunkt dieser Forschung liegt auf hochadaptiven Technologien in der Montage sowie auf qualitativen Aspekten. In dieser Arbeit werden die adaptiven Konzepte aus verschiedenen Konzeptbereichen abgeleitet. Anschließend wird ein Entwurf für die Implementierung dieser adaptiven Technologien vorgestellt und in eine Montagelinie umgesetzt. Dies wurde anhand von zwei Fallstudien analysiert. Abschließend wird eine Bewertungsmethode beschrieben, mit der der zunehmende Automatisierungsgrad und die Abnahme von Gesamtfehlern bewertet werden können.
Titel in ÜbersetzungAdaptive Montagekonzepte für die Kleinserienfertigung basierend auf zwei Fallstudien
Originalspracheenglisch
QualifikationMaster of Science
Gradverleihende Hochschule
  • Technische Universität Graz (90000)
Betreuer/-in / Berater/-in
  • Haas, Franz, Betreuer
  • Brillinger, Markus, Betreuer
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Datum der Bewilligung15 Okt 2019
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 15 Okt 2019

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    Adaptive Assembly Concepts for Low Volume Production Based on Two Case Studies. / Abdul Hadi, Muaaz.

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    Publikation: StudienabschlussarbeitMasterarbeitForschung

    Abdul Hadi, M 2019, 'Adaptive Assembly Concepts for Low Volume Production Based on Two Case Studies', Master of Science, Technische Universität Graz (90000).
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