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Digital Manufacturing

Prospects and Challenges

283 Seiten ·  29,80 EUR (inklusive MwSt. und Versand)
ISBN 978-3-7316-1156-1 (April 2016) )

The tools to create the world we live in are changing substantially. The digital age is about to penetrate into manufacturing practice. Machines and products become virtually connected and new manufacturing technologies, commonly subsumed under the term 3D printing, hold out the prospect of great flexibility in regards to production footprints and product customisation. These developments call today's traditional structures of product-making industries, which are primarily based on the concept of centralised fabrication, into question. This volume collects contributions of multiple disciplines such as economics, production management, logistics, mechanical engineering, and information technology aiming to present a holistic view on a digital manufacturing future including socioeconomic impacts of these new technologies.

Part I - Due Digital - Prospects and Challenges for Industrial Companies

Muhammad Ashfaq and Christoph Haag
Value Chain Digitisation: A Practical Roadmapping Guideline

Ulrich Greveler
Heuristic Cyber Risk Assessment of Industrial Control Systems

Michael Schwind
Information Logistics and Digital Manufacturing. How Logistics of Information can Help to Reduce the Burden of the Logistics of Goods

Part II - Focus on Additive Manufacturing

Johannes Triebs, Achim Kampker and Peter Ayvaz
Rapid Additive Tooling for the Cost-effective Production of Tailor-made E-Mobility Solutions

Ulrich Jahnke and Rainer Koch
Prevention of Product Piracy - Potentials of Additive Manufacturing

Christoph Haag
Universal Manufacturing Technologies for the Digital Manufacturing Future

Christian Lindemann, Gereon Deppe and Rainer Koch
Scenario Based Outlook of Additive Manufacturing Applications for the Aerospace Market

Part III - Thinking Ahead with Production Simulation

Christian Berendonk, Alexander Klein and Alexander Struck
Robustness Optimization of Global Production Networks

Nikolas Theissen, Alexander Klein and Stefanie Dederichs
Industrial Internet Model Factory ("Lean Game 4.0")

Caroline Fengler, Alexander Klein and Alexander Struck
EPEI Simulation Tool for Production Interval Optimization for Seasonal and Non-Seasonal Product Demands

Part IV - Economic and Social Change

Torsten Niechoj
The Economic Theory of the Firm in the Era of Digital Manufacturing

Ludger Eversmann
A New Kind of Social Order? The Economic and Societal Implications of Digital Manufacturing

Klaus Hegemann
The Efficiency Frontier and Conflicting Human Interest

the editors
Prof. Dr. Torsten Niechoj
Torsten Niechoj ist Professor für Volkswirtschaftslehre und Politikwissenschaft an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal, Standort Kamp-Lintfort. Er ist Fellow des Forum for Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies (FMM) sowie leitender Herausgeber der englischsprachigen Fachzeitschrift European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention (EJEEP). [weitere Titel]
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Haag
Christoph Haag ist seit 2017 Professor für Technologiemanagement an der TH Köln; vorher Professor für Procurement & Value Chain Management an der Hochschule Rhein-Waal. Seine fachlichen Schwerpunkte liegen im Bereich der Technikfolgenabschätzung und der umweltbewussten Innovationsentwicklung. [weitere Titel]
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