Assembly Work Structuring Based on Restructuring and Transformation of Product Information
Artikel i övriga tidskrifter, 2002

This publication partly explains how we had managed amalgamate manufacturing engineering according to our interpretation and e.g. Gestalt psychology (i.e. for the most socio-technically advanced assembly system designs). This is something that is elaborated further and better repetitively in other publications registered in Chalmers Public Library (CPL) (especially is this the case in some of the latest preprints/manuscripts). That is, how the learning and training principles advocated by the senior research competency within vocational learning and training were realised in practice for full-scale production purposes.

work organisation

ergonomics

work structuring

materials feeding techniques

learning and training

alternatives to lean production

autonomous work groups

restructuring of information systems

manufacturing technology

alternatives to line assembly

long work cycle times

cognitive aspects of work

assembly work

sociotechnology

Författare

Tomas Engström

Institutionen för transportteknik

Dan Jonsson

Göteborgs universitet

Lars Medbo

Institutionen för transportteknik

Journal of Humanities and social sciences, Nagoya City University; Nagoya (translated into japanese)

1342-9310 (ISSN)

Vol. 12 279 - 309

Ämneskategorier

Produktionsteknik, arbetsvetenskap och ergonomi