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Dynamic Index for a Versatile and Diverse Pilot Production Fab

  • Wu, I-Hung;Lin, Tzu-Yu;Chang, Chung-Shu;Lin, Chien-Chih
    • 한국정보디스플레이학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.539-542
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    • 2005
  • We report how to establish the dynamic index for production control in a pilot fabrication over versatile and diverse production environments. We used dynamic index provided by a simulation model to monitor production performance. When production control is abnormal, the information system prompts administrators to classify these abnormal situations. In addition, the trend over the operation index is continuously reviewed in short-term and long-term. This simulation model is handy at setting goal for a versatile and diverse pilot production fab.

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A Basic Study of Production System Development of Free-form Concrete Panels (비정형 콘크리트 패널 생산 시스템 구축 기초연구)

  • Son, Seung-Hyun;Kim, Ki-Ho;Kim, Sun-Kuk
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Building Construction Conference
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    • pp.70-71
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    • 2019
  • Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) is very suitable as a material for free-form concrete panels (FCPs) because of its lightweight, strong, moldable, durable and sustainable properties. GFRC is superior in construction and maintenance compared with materials such as steel, aluminium, titanium, glass and plastic, and is advantageous in cost. However, GFRC is being produced by skilled craftsmen, and still lacks the technology to economically produce high quality FCPs. Currently, there is a technology to automatically and accurately produce FCPs. However, the developed technology can not be applied to the field with simple production technology without production line for mass production. To solve this problem, the purpose of this study is a basic study of production system development of free-form concrete panels. This study introduces the developed FCPs production technology and builds FCP production system for mass production. The results of this study will be used as basic data for the commercial production of FCPs in the future.

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Identification of loci affecting teat number by genome-wide association studies on three pig populations

  • Tang, Jianhong;Zhang, Zhiyan;Yang, Bin;Guo, Yuanmei;Ai, Huashui;Long, Yi;Su, Ying;Cui, Leilei;Zhou, Liyu;Wang, Xiaopeng;Zhang, Hui;Wang, Chengbin;Ren, Jun;Huang, Lusheng;Ding, Nengshui
    • Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
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    • v.30 no.1
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    • pp.1-7
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    • 2017
  • Objective: Three genome-wide association studies (GWAS) and a meta-analysis of GWAS were conducted to explore the genetic mechanisms underlying variation in pig teat number. Methods: We performed three GWAS and a meta-analysis for teat number on three pig populations, including a White Duroc${\times}$Erhualian $F_2$ resource population (n = 1,743), a Chinese Erhualian pig population (n = 320) and a Chinese Sutai pig population (n = 383). Results: We detected 24 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that surpassed the genome-wide significant level on Sus Scrofa chromosomes (SSC) 1, 7, and 12 in the $F_2$ resource population, corresponding to four loci for pig teat number. We highlighted vertnin (VRTN) and lysine demethylase 6B (KDM6B) as two interesting candidate genes at the loci on SSC7 and SSC12. No significant associated SNPs were identified in the meta-analysis of GWAS. Conclusion: The results verified the complex genetic architecture of pig teat number. The causative variants for teat number may be different in the three populations

Experimental Study on Mixed-Model Production of Stator and Rotor using Motor Core Laminated Stamping Die Technology for Attaching and Detaching Cam (Cam 착탈 방식의 모터코어 적층금형 기술을 적용한 Stator와 Rotor의 다종 혼류 생산에 대한 연구)

  • Park, D.H.;Hwang, P.J.
    • Transactions of Materials Processing
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.240-245
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    • 2017
  • Mixed-model production technology is a method of producing multiple products with one production process and production line in order to reduce wasted manpower and adjust to market trends. In other words, mixed-model production is a flexible production system that changes production volume by model according to market demand. This study has developed a progressive laminated stamping die technology to enable flexible production of a motor core consisting of attaching and detaching the Cam on the back of the punch so that two kinds of stator and two kinds of rotor could be produced in one progressive die.

Production of Transgenic Pigs with an Introduced Missense Mutation of the Bone Morphogenetic Protein Receptor Type IB Gene Related to Prolificacy

  • Zhao, Xueyan;Yang, Qiang;Zhao, Kewei;Jiang, Chao;Ren, Dongren;Xu, Pan;He, Xiaofang;Liao, Rongrong;Jiang, Kai;Ma, Junwu;Xiao, Shijun;Ren, Jun;Xing, Yuyun
    • Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
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    • v.29 no.7
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    • pp.925-937
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    • 2016
  • In the last few decades, transgenic animal technology has witnessed an increasingly wide application in animal breeding. Reproductive traits are economically important to the pig industry. It has been shown that the bone morphogenetic protein receptor type IB (BMPR1B) A746G polymorphism is responsible for the fertility in sheep. However, this causal mutation exits exclusively in sheep and goat. In this study, we attempted to create transgenic pigs by introducing this mutation with the aim to improve reproductive traits in pigs. We successfully constructed a vector containing porcine BMPR1B coding sequence (CDS) with the mutant G allele of A746G mutation. In total, we obtained 24 cloned male piglets using handmade cloning (HMC) technique, and 12 individuals survived till maturation. A set of polymerase chain reactions indicated that 11 of 12 matured boars were transgene-positive individuals, and that the transgenic vector was most likely disrupted during cloning. Of 11 positive pigs, one (No. 11) lost a part of the terminator region but had the intact promoter and the CDS regions. cDNA sequencing showed that the introduced allele (746G) was expressed in multiple tissues of transgene-positive offspring of No.11. Western blot analysis revealed that BMPR1B protein expression in multiple tissues of transgene-positive $F_1$ piglets was 0.5 to 2-fold higher than that in the transgene-negative siblings. The No. 11 boar showed normal litter size performance as normal pigs from the same breed. Transgene-positive $F_1$ boars produced by No. 11 had higher semen volume, sperm concentration and total sperm per ejaculate than the negative siblings, although the differences did not reached statistical significance. Transgene-positive $F_1$ sows had similar litter size performance to the negative siblings, and more data are needed to adequately assess the litter size performance. In conclusion, we obtained 24 cloned transgenic pigs with the modified porcine BMPR1B CDS using HMC. cDNA sequencing and western blot indicated that the exogenous BMPR1B CDS was successfully expressed in host pigs. The transgenic pigs showed normal litter size performance. However, no significant differences in litter size were found between transgene-positive and negative sows. Our study provides new insight into producing cloned transgenic livestock related to reproductive traits.

A Study on Smart Factory Construction Method for Efficient Production Management in Sewing Industry

  • Kim, Jung-Cheol;Moon, Il-Young
    • Journal of information and communication convergence engineering
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.61-68
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    • 2020
  • In the era of the fourth industrial revolution, many production plants are gradually evolving into smart factories that apply information and communication technology to manufacturing, distribution, production, and quality management. The conversion from conventional factories to smart factories has resulted in the automation of production sites using the internet and the internet of things (IoT) technology. Thus, labor-intensive production can easily collect necessary information. However, implementing a smart factory required a significant amount of time, effort, and money. In particular, labor-intensive production industries are not automated, and productivity is determined by human skill. A representative industry of such industries is sewing the industry. In the sewing industry, wherein productivity is determined by the operator's skills. This study suggests that production performance, inventory management and product delivery of the sewing industries can be managed efficiently with existing production method by using smart buttons incorporating IoT functions, without using automated machinery.

Experimental Study of New Welding Assembly Technology Applied with Mixed-Model Production Method (혼류생산 방식을 적용한 신개념 용접조립 기술 연구)

  • Park, Dong Hwan;Gu, Ja Jun
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Manufacturing Technology Engineers
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    • v.23 no.6
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    • pp.602-608
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    • 2014
  • Mixed-model production lines are often used in manufacturing systems. In production lines, different product types are simultaneously manufactured by processing small batches. This paper describes a new welding assembly technology involving the development of experimental models for a mixed-model production line in an automobile company. Due to the extensive number of models, the design of a welding assembly system is complicated. Performance evaluation is an important phase in the design of welding assembly lines in a mixed-model production environment. In this study, a new welding assembly technology for a mixed-model production method was used to weld the package tray and dash panel of a vehicle.