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Modelling product structures by generic bills-of-materials

Eelco A. van Veen

Modelling product structures by generic bills-of-materials

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Production control -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementEelco A. van Veen.
    SeriesManufacturing research and technology ;, 13
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS157 .V44 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1720262M
    ISBN 100444896767
    LC Control Number92023464

    The different areas of the Configurator Developer Workbench provide tools for creating, modifying, and testing Model structure, configuration rules, and UI definitions. In the User Interface area, for example, you can generate a User Interface that is based on the Model structure, and then edit it to meet your product’s unique requirements.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm. Contents: Ch. Introduction --Ch. t (structure) data in MRP-oriented production control information systems --Ch. tion control environments and bills-of-material --Ch.

-II approach to structuring bills-of-material in environments with large product variety --Ch. In this paper a solution for this problem is given in the form of the generic bill-of-material. With this generic bill-of-material, the bill-of-material structure for all variants of a product family is specified only once.

This makes this bill-of-material structure highly transparent, and it enables the avoidance of by: Modelling product structures by generic bills-of-materials () Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNoteCited by: Modelling generic product structures in STEP.

Hence, generic bill-of-materials (GBOM) can describe a type of general data structure related to product families, like trees, which share the same market location and demand, similar product. A Generic Bill of Material (GBOM) is designed to describe the component structures for a family of products in one data model.

The specific Bill of Material for any particular product variant can. Based on such variety implication, this paper proposes a data structure, called generic Bill-of-Materials-and-Operations (BOMO), by unifying Bills- of-Materials (BOM) and routing data into a single set in order to synchronize multiple perspectives on variety such as customer ordering, product engineering, and operations planning.

This model achieves data scalability for hierarchical product structures, meaning that when adding a new product variant, the amount of new data that must be added is proportional to the amount of design change required for the new variant times the logarithm of the total system size (this logarithm is taken to the base of the branching factor.

The exact format for a BOM will vary depending on the nature of the product being manufactured, but it is typical for two distinctly different types of BOM to be associated with each product—one used for the engineering phase when a product is first being developed, and another type of BOM used when the product rolls out to mass production for shipping to customers.

I've read this thread and found an example data model for BOM: conceptual data model and physical data model. but i'm not sure I fully understand. Our final product consists of a couple of sub-assemblies, so each sub-assembly is a row in the product_hierarchytable, and the final product also a row in.

Abstract Bill of Materials (BOM) structures describe the component structure of a product, most often as a tabular structure implemented within a relational database system.

The conventional approach is to design a unique BOM for each model or variant of a product. The bill of materials (BOM) design pattern is deceptively simple, yet incredibly powerful. Historically, it’s been employed to model product structures, but the pattern can be used to do much more than simply define a hierarchy.

This article will introduce three very different examples to help you to recognize the pattern in your own projects. In particular, the number of product variants increases very fast.

Therefore, the recording of product data and product-structure becomes a problem for the existing production/inventory control information systems.

In this paper a solution for this problem is given in the form of the generic bill-of-material. However, due to its complexity, the modeling of an efficient PSM component and its integration into ERP systems remain challenging.

With the purpose of defining a suitable product structure model for a target system, Open Operational Platform (O2P), this thesis explores the common features of ERP systems with relevance to product structures.

A single-level bill of materials structure (BOM) is a simple list to produce a product, consisting of only one level of children in components, assemblies and material. Although simplicity can sometimes be best, a single-level BOM is not suitable for more complex products.

Product structure management provides the mechanism to capture and manage as-designed product structures with ease. It allows for the creation and re-use of unlimited numbers of parts and assemblies, to provide for many different variations of a basic structure or the creation of complex, one-of-a-kind structures.

Figure 1 illustrates the concepts that are important to the structure of a is a meta-data model, which can be used for modeling the instances in a specific case of product structuring. The core of the product structure is illustrated by the product components and theirthis involves the linking between items related to the product.

Generic product: A version of the product containing only those attributes or characteristics absolutely necessary for it to function. For example, the need to process digital images could be satisfied by a generic, low-end, personal computer using free image processing software or a processing laboratory.

Go to Manufacturing→Product Design→Production BOM. Click in the Number field and insert a new production BOM by pressing F3. Enter a number for the BOM. It can be the same as the item number for the item that the BOM is connected to.

Fill in the description of the BOM. Choose a unit of measure code. Press F6 to view the list. Product shape models in AP are explicit non-parametric models of the boundary representation and closely related types. Work is in progress on extensions for the transfer of parametric shape models and of procedural models defined in terms of their constructional history.

The assembly models that can be exchanged using AP   A bill of materials is the record of the raw materials, sub-assemblies and supplies used to construct a bill of materials is used to calculate the cost of a product, as well as to order parts from is an essential requirement when an organization is using a material requirements planning (MRP) system.

A bill of materials may include not only the unit quantity required. Brière-Côté A, Rivest L, Desrochers A () Adaptive generic product structure modelling for design reuse in engineer-to-order products.

Comput Ind 61(1)–. Based on such variety implication, this paper proposes a data structure, called generic Bill-of-Materials-and-Operations (BOMO), by unifying Bills-of-Materials (BOM) and routing data into a single set in order to synchronize multiple perspectives on variety such as customer ordering, product engineering, and operations planning.

Based on such variety implication, this paper proposes a data structure, called generic Bill-of-Materials-and-Operations (BOMO), by unifying Billsof-Materials (BOM) and routing data into a single set in order to synchronize multiple perspectives on variety such as customer ordering, product engineering, and operations planning.

Types of Bills of Materials (BOMs) A BOM list is necessary when building a product and ordering replacement parts, and reduces possible issues if product repairs are required.

In variant design, the proliferation of bills of materials makes it difficult for designers to find previous designs that would aid in completing a new design task. This research presents a novel, data mining approach to forming generic bills of materials (GBOMs), entities that represent the different variants in a product family and facilitate.

Address Book Master F Business Unit Master F Account Master F Account Balances F Extended Bills Of Materials Master F M 1 Co–Product Branch Process Feature Planner Percent Manufacturing Constants Data Models 9 Release A (June ) Product Data Management.

Sales Order F Order Type Business Unit Company. Techniques for identifying platform leveraging strategies within a product family are reviewed along with metrics for assessing the effectiveness of product platforms and product families.

Special emphasis is placed on optimization approaches and artificial intelligence techniques to assist in the process of product family design and platform. Bill of materials (BOM) structuring is the act of organizing bills of materials using computer files to fulfill specific applications.

BOM structure defines the arrangement and format of bill of materials files. BOM files are computer records. The link between BOM structure and BOM files is maintained by computer software known as a BOM processor. Part numbering system design.

PDXpert PLM software has been designed to support a wide variety of part numbering systems, including manually-assigned intelligent part numbers, category-based semi-significant part numbers, and easy-to-manage sequential part which approach is.

A bill of materials or product structure (sometimes bill of material, BOM or associated list) is a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, parts, and the quantities of each needed to manufacture an end product.A BOM may be used for communication between manufacturing partners or confined to a single manufacturing plant.

A bill of materials is critical for brick-and-mortar manufacturers. The production of physical products is still one area of business that’s relatively untouched by the march to digitalization and working in thesomehow, the manufacturing process can be distilled or commoditized into a web-enabled platform, we still need a bill of materials to break down the final product into.

And, I've considered the route of using an explicit OO inheritance model where I have sub-classes of a base Product class to represent any product that has additional properties. Obviously, the second approach is less extensible - to add a new product category would require a new entity and likely a custom view/editor for the front-end.

Entity–attribute–value model (EAV) is a data model to encode, in a space-efficient manner, entities where the number of attributes (properties, parameters) that can be used to describe them is potentially vast, but the number that will actually apply to a given entity is relatively modest.

Such entities correspond to the mathematical notion of a sparse matrix. Working with AutoCAD or MicroStation, you get an intuitive and integrated multi-material modeler perfectly suited to layout complex structures, produce shop drawings, assemble all your connections, and manage your bills of materials.

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The patterns in the book are a bit more abstract than conventionally seen, but they do describe things that are easily recognizable to anyone: people and organizations, products, contracts, and so forth.

There is a more abstract level of modeling, however, which is necessary when the things being modeled don't fall into these tidy categories. Generic or general Bill of Materials (BOM) structures make˝ it possible to handle product variants in a convenient way. A programming language for describing such˝ structures is presented.

This approach offers a high level of flexibility, both to describe variants˝ and constraints between components in the goes-into relationship. - Buy Analysis and Design of Structures - A Practical Guide to Modeling book online at best prices in india on Read Analysis and Design of Structures - A Practical Guide to Modeling book reviews & author details and more at Reviews: 4.

By “Building Product Models” or simply “Product Models” we mean products or objects that are the components of the building model.

Generic vs. Proprietary Product Models Within the BIM Content Libraries there are generally two major groups of product models based on the various levels of detail needed in the building models.+ “Uniquely Designed” Printable Plans Download – Print – Build. These PDF plans are easy to download, and you’ll find the structures inexpensive to build, strong when constructed, and wonderfully realistic.

When assembled, position the model buildings on your N scale, OO gauge, or HO scale railroad, or use them to add character and authenticity to a diorama scene.Property On Types Description; isVariantOf: Product or ProductModel: Indicates the kind of product that this is a variant of.

In the case of ProductModel, this is a pointer (from a ProductModel) to a base product from which this product is a is safe to infer that the variant inherits all product features from the base model, unless defined locally.