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Course Description

Industrial Engineering Department

EIND 2301  Principles of Production Management
Introductory course in production management, with emphasis on plant layout, work methods and measurement, production planning and control, materials handling, and cost and quality control. Principles of demand forecasting, production planning and control, classical inventory control.

EIND 2302  Operations Research I
Introduction to implementation of deterministic optimization modeling and algorithms in operations research. Emphasis on formulation and solution of linear programming, networks models, and integer programs.

EIND 2303  Work Analysis and Design
To provide the students with the basic principles, techniques and tools of work analysis and design. Detailed topics include problem-solving process, methods engineering, standard time establishment, and ergonomic work design. The analysis measurement and design of efficient work, work place, and procedures using motion economy principles, time-study, work sampling, and other work measurement. To introduce industrial engineering student to the field of human factors with an emphasis on the design of jobs means of human work. Analysis and design of work systems considering human capabilities and limitations, human anatomy and physiology, and occupational safety and health. Emphasis on understanding how human factors considerations should be considered in design processes to maximize system effectiveness and safety.

EIND 2103  Work Analysis and Design Laboratory
The purpose of this design laboratory is to use the knowledge, skills, and abilities learned in EIND 2303 and apply them to an industry-based project. Major elements included in the project include: human factors, work design principles, work environment, economic justification, work measurement, Time study, and the design process. Students will participate in the lab sessions. Knowledge of basic statistics will be required to analyze the experimental data.

EIND 2305  Integrated Production Systems I
To cover the basic concepts in the design and operational control of integrated production systems. Includes topics on facility layout and material handling, material flow and information flow, resource and capacity planning, and shop floor control and scheduling. master production scheduling, job sequencing, material and capacity requirements, planning and scheduling methods, materials resource planning, and Just-In-Time.

 EIND 3301  Engineering Materials
Provide industrial engineers with the concept of engineering materials, their behavior, selection, and mechanical testing. Introduce to the atomic order in solids, their crystal structure arrangement, movement, and imperfections.

EIND 3101  Engineering Materials Laboratory
Introduce the students to the experimental procedures followed in metallography, mechanical testing, and NDT.

EIND3302  Engineering Metrology
Introduce the student to the basic principles of calibration and inspection of equipment and devices. Familiarize the student with the concepts of Standards, Straightness, flatness, squareness, parallelism, circularity, resolution, accuracy, and precision. Precision measurement, its relationship to geometric tolerances, critical dimensions, and calibration. Statistical process control and quality assurance using manual and automated gages, checking fixtures, and coordinate measuring systems. Use of vision, laser and other non-contact measuring systems.
Provide the student with the basic knowledge of linear and angular measurements, Limits, fits and gauges.

EIND3102  Engineering Metrology Laboratory
To acquaint the students with the need for inspection and calibration. To introduce the students to the various measurement systems in use.

EIND 3303  Manufacturing Processes I
Provide industrial engineering students the basic knowledge of manufacturing processes, machine tools, tooling, and manufacturing automation, understanding major industrial manufacturing processes Application to design of product, process, and manufacturing system hand-on-experience via lab, plant tour, video tape, and term project.

EIND 3103  Manufacturing Processes Laboratory
Introduce the students to the safety rules and workshop practice in general. Enabling the student to perform some manufacturing process such as Sawing and shearing processes, Turning and drilling, Milling, Shaping, grinding, Welding, and surface treatment.

 EIND 4301  Quality Control
Principles and practices of statistical quality control in industry. Methods of applying statistics and probability theory to control production processes. Control of quality through the use of statistical analysis; typical control techniques and underlying theory. Application of statistical methods to the design and operation of quality control/assurance systems. Control charts for measurements and for attributes. Acceptance sampling by attributes and by measurements.  Standard sampling plans.

EIND 4302  CAD/CAM
Understanding and application of Computer-Aided Design (CAD) principles for design analysis of conceptual designs. Parametric development and applications customization on selected commercial Computer-Aided Design (CAD) systems. Investigation of existing graphics packages and advanced software design with special emphasis on surface and solid modeling for design creation, display, and analysis. Application and analysis of computer-integrated manufacturing systems. Includes modeling of manufacturing system, Manufacturing automation, Group technology, Computer-Aided Process Planning, Robotics, and other technologies for flexible manufacturing. Enriching the current knowledge and skills of the students by equipping them with the necessary computer and CNC programming skills needed to control CNC machines. Gaining a deeper understanding of CAD, CAM, CNC programming, and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) applications.

EIND 4303  Engineering Econnomy
Application of principles of engineering economy for establishment of equipment and system feasibility. Interest, equivalence, taxes, depreciation, uncertainty and risk, incremental and sunk costs, and replacement models. The course focuses on the coupling of technical analysis and economic feasibility to determine the best course of action among alternatives competing for scarce resources in both public and private sector projects. Examines the principles, concepts, and methodology of the time value of money as applied to governmental, industrial, and personal economic decisions. Topics include benefit-cost analysis, inflation, depreciation, taxes, tax abatements, risk and sensitivity analysis, and the comparison of alternatives. Discussion includes the engineers’ ethical and social responsibilities as they apply to project decisions affecting job creation and loss, personnel placement, and capital expenditure.

EIND 4000  Summer Training
Replacement analysis, lease or buy decisions To send  students to the industry and service facilities in Gaza Strip. To get trained and contact with the  real practical life of work and learn how to deal with these situations.

EIND 4304  Maintenance and Safety Engineering
History, legislation, and organization of safety management; accident costs, causes, and prevention; role of environmental hazards and workplace design in industrial safety. Fundamental principles and techniques of industrial safety and hygiene are presented. Topics include hazard analysis, fire and explosion prevention, machine guarding, hazardous material control, industrial ventilation, and personal protection equipment. To stress the need for professionalism, scientific analysis of risk and safety measures, concern for human and environmental needs, and real-word cases of effective maintenance & safety engineering.

EIND 4305  Facilities Planning and Materials Handling

Analysis and synthesis of production and service facilities and systems with focus on system requirements, flow analysis, activity analysis, and the integration of appropriate material handling systems. Evaluation of facility designs using qualitative, economic, functional performance measures, and computer-based analytical and design tools. This course is designed to give the students a  comprehensive understanding of the issues involved in the design of an industrial production system. It will cover the problems in plant location, product analysis, process design, equipment selection, materials handling, and plant layout. Introduction to plant location theory and analysis of models of plant location, models for determining plant size and time phasing, line balancing models. Techniques for investigating conveyors and other material handling problems, models for plant layout. Usage of several available commercial software.

EIND 4306  Engineering Probability and Statistics II
This course deals with applied statistical techniques required for analyzing data from various industrial processes. Particularly, this course covers estimation, hypothesis testing, simple regression analysis. The practical application of statistical methods to engineering experimental design. Introduction to statistical inference and experimental design. Correlation, regression, single and multi-factor ANOVA, non-parametric methods. Topics include fundamentals of experimental design, two-level multivariable experiments, validation testing methods and estimation of variance (ANOVA).

EIND 5300  Senior Design I
Learning techniques and procedures for preparation of technical documents. Intensifying critical, analytical process of thinking, and executing writing and oral strategies for different situations. Capstone design experience for industrial engineering students involving analysis and synthesis of unstructured problems in practical settings.

EIND 5304  Systems Simulation
Introduction to simulation, including development of simulation models, random number and random variable generation, model validation and testing, analysis of model output, and an overview of simulation languages. Emphasis is on the use of simulation modeling in decision making through a series of projects involving decision problems. Introduction to computer modeling & discrete-event simulation with emphasis on the simulation of manufacturing systems. Practical application of simulation to diverse systems. The application of discrete event computer simulation to analyze manufacturing and service problems. Use of commercial computer simulation software to program and solve problems. Computer simulation exercises and applications are required. Waiting lines occur in every kind of production and service system, but the element of randomness makes the analysis of such systems (with the intent of improving the system performance through changes in the system configuration) very difficult. Queuing theory is helpful in only the simplest cases, leaving the engineer without any other choice than to either modify and observe the behavior of the real system, or imitate the system in a computer representation. The elements of the queuing system, the statistical methods for analyzing its performance, the techniques for modeling and imitating the system as well as the computer related aspects of the process and learning the basics of simulation language (ARENA) are studied.

EIND 5306  Project Engineering Management
Critical issues in the management of engineering and high-technology projects are discussed. Time, cost, and performance parameters are analyzed from the organizational, people, and resource perspectives. Network optimization and simulation concepts are introduced. Resource-constrained project scheduling case discussions and a term project are included. To address the basic rules of managing projects and the advantages and disadvantages of this methods of getting things done. The problems of selecting projects, initiating them, and operating and controlling them are discussed. The demands made on the project manager and the interaction with the parent organization are also presented. Studies of current methods for the effective control of projects in the private and public sectors are presented. Included are the analysis of qualitative and quantitative factors that affect the successful completion of projects. Emphasis is on the development of project criteria, analysis of project networks, and the effects of time, financial, and organizational changes on projects.

EIND 5301  Senior Design II
Completion and presentation of design project started in EIND 5300, Capstone design experience for industrial engineering students involving analysis and synthesis of unstructured problems in practical settings.

EIND 5307  Industrial Control Systems
Introduction to automatic controls with reference to automation of industrial machines and processes, including linear dynamic systems, feedback control, and elements of systems analysis. Introduction to digital control. The basic principles underlying the analysis and application of robots used in manufacturing systems are introduced and analyzed. Stand-alone and robot-integrated machine-vision systems and their applications are discussed in detail. Design and analysis of integrated manufacturing cell-control systems for material handling, processing, and automated inspection systems. Topics include PLCs, machine vision, I/O communication, and manufacturing automation protocols.

EIND 5302  Operations Research II (Stochastic Models)
Introduction to advanced models in operations research. Emphasis on Markov chains.

EIND 5305  Integrated Production Systems II
To further develop the student's knowledge beyond the basic techniques studied in IE I for the design of plant/facilities layout and production control systems. To acquaint the student with production planning and material handling systems and their effect on the plant design. To familiarize the student with engineering topics in manufacturing and non-manufacturing environments such as Group Technology, FMS, knowledge-based systems, JIT, CAD, recycling, and concurrent engineering.

  EIND 5308  HAZRD Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) (3 Credits)
Within the last few years there has been widespread agreement that to improve the safety of our food a system known as hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) is applied throughout the food industry. To emphasize on process control. To concentrate on the points in the process that is critical to the safety of the product. To Stresses communication between the regulator and industry, Conduct hazard analysis and identify preventive measures.

EIND 5309  Total Quality Management (TQM)
Total Quality Management hinges on two aspects - making the company the best it can possibly be in the use of its human resources and striving for world class quality in the products if offers. Topics include: the basic philosophy, values and culture of TQM; total customer orientation; maximizing employee potential for continuous improvement. The course will then survey recent techniques used in striving for world class quality in: research and development, quality of design, customer and supplier relationships, production capability, process control and materials management. In order to achieve the highest standards of quality and customer satisfaction it is necessary to embed quality right across the organization, in everything it does and with all staff. This is the underlying philosophy of Total Quality Management.

EIND 5312 Design for Ease of Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA)
Introduction: DFMA defined: advantages and disadvantages of DFMA. Selection of materials and manufacturing processes. Product design for manual assembly. Electrical connections and wire harness assembly. Design for high speed automatic assembly and robot assembly. Design for machining. Design for injection molding. Design for sheet metalworking. Design for die casting. Design for powder metal processing. Design for manufacture and assembly and CAD.