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Use of Simulation and Modelling to Modify a Pro...
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This book describes the use of computer simulation applied to the factory environment for an automotive paint shop, in order to analyze proposals for future modification in the factory, to meet a new level of production demand. The painting process occurs in an intermittent production line, with conveying by automatic cranes. The flow shop system consists mainly of blasting, e-coat (electrodeposition) and top-coat (powder) painting operations. The challenge consists of a structured analysis of the production process using scientific methods, in this case computer simulation, and not only the tacit knowledge of the company managers, aiming at speed and a solid foundation for decision-making regarding different market scenarios. The solution was sought considering the knowledge of experts who work in the system, simultaneously with the analysis by production simulation. The research-action methodology was applied as a structure for the computer simulation and modeling. The simulation software used was the Tecnomatix Plant Simulation, from Siemens Company. Considering the results, a reduction of 64% was achieved in the investment required for the proposed capacity increase.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 03.06.2020
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Branding Harvard
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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2014 in the subject Design (Industry, Graphics, Fashion), grade: 1.15, Central Queensland University, course: Brand Image Design, language: English, abstract: There are nearly 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States and almost all of these institutions have continued to attract enough students to remain operational year after year, according to Author and Marketing guru Roger Dooley (2013). That's about to change, and one of the key differences in who survives won't be the academic output of the faculty or the amenities available to students. It will be a factor seemingly unrelated to the schools' mission: branding. (Dooley, 2013) Nurko (2010) says that 'branding is a vital tool for Universities to consider as they not only seek to attract the brightest students, but they also seek to attract and retain top academic faculty talent, become centres for research grants as well as attract investment funding and endowments to subsidize future growth'. The days when Universities were simply hallowed halls of academia around the world are gone. Today, Universities are not only academic institutes but they are commercial organisations and engines of economic growth for their communities and shareholders. Universities compete for talent at both the student level, but also for faculty personnel and investment funding. Both private and public Universities are more accountable for their balance sheets, as well as for their level of academic rigour and reputation. In a world in which academia, commerce and government overlap, the role higher education plays has never been more critical - yet, at the same time more controversial. For this reason, Universities are deploying marketing and branding strategies and tactical executions which seek to help them differentiate while also compete for potential student attention, financial investment and ultimately reputation accolades. (Nurko, 2010) The current Harvard coat of arms certainly retains some complexity, but the question becomes - is the complexity meaningful? Well, yes and no - but the fundamental design flaws do need to be addressed so that Harvard can retain some consistency across the board. Harvard University could definitely simplify its branding without compromising connections to its roots, but it is important to focus on the purposes for doing so.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 03.06.2020
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Branding Harvard
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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2014 in the subject Design (Industry, Graphics, Fashion), grade: 1.15, Central Queensland University, course: Brand Image Design, language: English, abstract: There are nearly 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States and almost all of these institutions have continued to attract enough students to remain operational year after year, according to Author and Marketing guru Roger Dooley (2013). That's about to change, and one of the key differences in who survives won't be the academic output of the faculty or the amenities available to students. It will be a factor seemingly unrelated to the schools' mission: branding. (Dooley, 2013) Nurko (2010) says that 'branding is a vital tool for Universities to consider as they not only seek to attract the brightest students, but they also seek to attract and retain top academic faculty talent, become centres for research grants as well as attract investment funding and endowments to subsidize future growth'. The days when Universities were simply hallowed halls of academia around the world are gone. Today, Universities are not only academic institutes but they are commercial organisations and engines of economic growth for their communities and shareholders. Universities compete for talent at both the student level, but also for faculty personnel and investment funding. Both private and public Universities are more accountable for their balance sheets, as well as for their level of academic rigour and reputation. In a world in which academia, commerce and government overlap, the role higher education plays has never been more critical - yet, at the same time more controversial. For this reason, Universities are deploying marketing and branding strategies and tactical executions which seek to help them differentiate while also compete for potential student attention, financial investment and ultimately reputation accolades. (Nurko, 2010) The current Harvard coat of arms certainly retains some complexity, but the question becomes - is the complexity meaningful? Well, yes and no - but the fundamental design flaws do need to be addressed so that Harvard can retain some consistency across the board. Harvard University could definitely simplify its branding without compromising connections to its roots, but it is important to focus on the purposes for doing so.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 03.06.2020
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