A Study of the Toyota Production System: From an Industrial by Shigeo Shingo, Andrew P. Dillon

By Shigeo Shingo, Andrew P. Dillon

This is Dr. Shingo's vintage business engineering intent for the concern of process-based over operational advancements for production. He explains the fundamental mechanisms of the Toyota creation procedure in a realistic and easy means that you can follow them on your personal plant. This e-book clarifies the basic rules of JIT together with leveling, ordinary paintings techniques, multi-machine dealing with, and extra.

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4. 31 Digital Systems Any control system that one designs for a flexible robot will be implemented on an embedded computer. As a result, the control system must be directly written in digital form and/or transformed from continuous time to discrete time. In this section, a few topics regarding sampled data systems are covered. Specifically, digital integration methods for simulating linear and nonlinear systems. To this end, the Z-transform and the unit impulse response function (the discrete analog of the impulse response function) are introduced.

1. p(A) = n. This implies that v(A) x=O. = O. 2. p(A) < n. This implies that v(A) > O. Therefore, 3 a nontrivial solution to Ax = O. This test is useful when determining eigenvalues as will be necessary in subsequent sections and chapters. An interesting property of square matrices is that their rank is invariant with respect to pre or post multiplication by nonsingular square matrices. That is, if A E Rnxn, then p(A) = p(AB) = p(BA). Although the rank of B is n (since it is nonsingular), the rank of A can be less than B.

Next, several Runge-Kutta methods will be presented with a brief discussion regarding real-time compatibility. In short, an integration method is real-time compatible if the algorithm does not require Un+l to calculate Xn+J' This is important for simulating real-time systems where the input is the result of a closed-loop control law. Typically, the control law is a function of the current state and physically is not available until the new state information has been calculated. Note, the number of passes determines the order of the routing.

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