افزایش تولید ناب از طریق نگهداری و تعمیرات بهره ور فراگیر(TPM)
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|12402||2012||7 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||2040 کلمه|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 65, 3 December 2012, Pages 485–491
This paper aims to have a brief study on the literature related to the application of TPM in the manufacturing industry. The study focuses on the main role of TPM in supporting the established quality improvement initiative such as lean production. Effort was made to discuss the published research related to TPM and lean production. This literature review-based research revealed an important research gap, i.e. the need of a comprehensive integration between these two methodologies. The significance role of TPM as an important complementary to lean production is observed has not been well addressed in the available literature. Most of the researches available investigate these initiatives separately, rather than addressing on the significant role of TPM as one of the main thrust. The beneficial outcome from TPM methodology is quite hindered and unexposed in some literatures related to lean production. The outcomes from this review is hope justify the needs of further research in the area of TPM integration with lean production, aimed at strengthening its philosophy towards more realistic applications.
The process of maintaining the machines and processes to ensure its efficiency, availability and reliability, nowadays becomes increasing importance for organizations, as its directly impact on the quality, cost and delivery of the products or services (Ahuja and Khamba, 2008 ; Ahmed et al., 2004;Blanchard,1997). Products have three properties in the eyes of a customer, which is (Q) Quality, (C) Costs and (D) delivery lead time. With the growing dependence of technologies for most business operation, it is vital to develop an appropriate maintainability and reliability strategies to ensure that these organizations are able to deliver high quality and dependable services to their customer (Madu, 2000).Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) methodology is a proven and successful procedure for introducing maintenance considerations into organizational activities (Graisa and Al-Habaibeh,2010; Ahuja and Khamba, 2008 ; Ahmed et al., 2004; Blanchard,1997 ; Hartman, 1992).It involves operational and maintenance staff working together as a team to reduce wastage, minimize downtime and improve endproduct quality (Eti et al., 2004). This paper aims to briefly study the literature related to the application of TPM in the manufacturing industry. The main focus is on the role of TPM in the established quality improvement initiative such as lean production. Effort was made to critically discuss the published research related to TPM, and lean production.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
The available literature investigates the relation of TPM and lean production quite in a broad scope.to the author s knowlege,a lack of comprehensive research available to integrate the TPM element into lean production. A comprehensive integration is suggested to be further studied between these two methodologies, rather than just focus on the certain methodology only as per current trend. Based on the highlight from this short review, the authors seek for further clarification on the gaps identified as an opportunity for future research.