|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Work Study *||ENM 355||5||3||3||4|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites||Yok|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Asst.Prof.Dr. Ebru YILMAZ|
The aim of the course is to study basic concepts of work study and its applications in various areas.
Definition of productivity, Productivity calculations, Definition and scope of work study, General problem-solving process steps, Work methods design, Developing a better method, Process analysis, Process charts, Flow diagrams, Gang process charts, Activity charts, Man-machine charts, Operation analysis, Operation charts, Micro-motion study, Fundamental hand motions, Analysis forms, Simo charts, Principles of motion economy, Time study, Time study equipment, Determining number of observations needed, Final control for number of observations, Determining allowances, Standard time calculation, Work sampling, Determining number of observations needed, Determining accuracy degree for number of observations, Absolute error, Control charts, Determining standard time by work sampling.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Has sufficient background on topics related to mathematics, physical sciences and industrial engineering.
Gains ability to use the acquired theoretical knowledge on basic sciences and industrial engineering for describing, formulating and solving an industrial engineering problem, and to choose appropriate analytical and modeling methods.
Gains ability to analyze a service and/or manufacturing system or a process and describes, formulates and solves its problems .
Gains ability to choose and apply methods and tools for industrial engineering applications.
Can collect and analyze data required for industrial engineering problems ,develops and evaluates alternative solutions.
Works efficiently and takes responsibility both individually and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
Can access information and to search/use databases and other sources for information gathering.
Appreciates life time learning; follows scientific and technological developments and renews himself/herself continuously.
Can use computer software in industrial engineering along with information and communication technologies.
Can use oral and written communication efficiently.
Uses English skills to follow developments in industrial engineering and to communicate with people in his/her profession.
Has a conscious understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities.
Has a necessary consciousness on issues related to job safety and health, legal aspects of environment and engineering practice.
Becomes competent on matters related to project management, entrepreneurship, innovation and has knowledge about current matters in industrial engineering.
|1||Definition of productivity, Productivity calculations||Reading the resources related to the section|
|2||Definition and scope of work study||Reading the resources related to the section|
|3||General problem-solving process steps, Work methods design, Developing a better method||Reading the resources related to the section|
|4||Process analysis, Process charts, Flow diagrams, Gang process charts||Reading the resources related to the section|
|5||Activity charts||Reading the resources related to the section|
|6||Man-machine charts||Reading the resources related to the section|
|7||Operation analysis, Operation charts||Reading the resources related to the section|
|8||Midterm exam||The preparation for the midterm exam|
|9||Micro-motion study, Fundamental hand motions, Analysis forms, Simo charts||Reading the resources related to the section|
|10||Principles of motion economy||Reading the resources related to the section|
|11||Time study, Time study equipment, Determining number of observations needed, Final control for number of observations||Reading the resources related to the section|
|12||Time study charts, Normal time calculation||Reading the resources related to the section|
|13||Determining allowances, Standard time calculation||Reading the resources related to the section|
|14||Work sampling, Determining number of observations needed, Determining accuracy degree for number of observations, Absolute error||Reading the resources related to the section|
|15||Control charts, Determining standard time by work sampling||Reading the resources related to the section|
|16-17||Final exam||The preparation for the final exam|
|Recommended or Required Reading|
1. AKAL, Z., 1997, İş Etüdü (Dördüncü (Düzeltilmiş) Basım), ILO Uluslararası Çalışma Örgütü, Milli Prodüktivite Merkezi Yayınları: 29, Ankara, 470 sayfa.2. BARNES, R.M., 1980, Motion and Time Study: Design and Measurement of Work (Seventh Edition), John Wiley & Sons., Inc., New York, 689 pages.3. MEYERS, F.E., and STEWART, J.R., 2002, Motion and Time Study for Lean Manufacturing (Third Edition), Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 370 pages.4. MUNDEL, M.E., 1970, Motion and Time Study: Principles and Practices (Fourth Edition), Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey, 674 pages.5. NIEBEL, B., and FREIVALDS, A., 2003, Methods, Standards, and Work Design (Eleventh Edition), McGraw-Hill, 747 pages.