process sequencing

process sequencing

[′prä‚ses ‚sē·kwəns·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Specification of the appropriate order for the processes required to manufacture a part.
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Viz was interested in exploring innovative ways of making process improvements with minimal changes to the process sequencing, such as applying proactive process concepts instead.
The process sequencing was programmed using Rockwell's Phase Manager Software and a custom sequence manager, which followed the ANSI/ISA-88.
Its products are also used in materials handling, quality control, process control, HVAC control, process sequencing and statistical process control.
Reasons for organizations to use BPM: Business Agility, Quality of Processes, Cost & Time Savings (Productivity), Compliance - Defining a BPM strategy, evaluating the organizational impact and making the business case for BPM - Creating a true business and IT partnership around processes - Key BPM technologies in use today: process monitoring, business modeling, business rules, process sequencing, business process platforms - BPM and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Change Management and BPM
Upcoming versions of CAD/CAM will recognize geometrical shapes in downloaded customer CAD files and automatically generate CNC part programs that will include appropriate speeds, feed rates, tool and fixture selection, and process sequencing.
Some of the semantic relationships, such as process sequencing, didn't quite work right or they were limited.
PetroChina deployed AspenTech's aspenONE for Polymers advanced process control suite which includes a full nonlinear model predictive controller, comprehensive recipe management and full process sequencing capability.
The facility includes an automation layer for process sequencing, automated transport systems and a manufacturing execution system (MES) layer for electronic batch records (EBR) and data archiving.
Designed for removing deposited metal films, the tool utilizes single wafer process sequencing that provides greater control and reliability than existing batch or mixed batch and single wafer systems.