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ISSN 2391-9361

4(16)/2016
SYSTEMY WSPOMAGANIA W INŻYNIERII PRODUKCJI
METODY I NARZĘDZIA INŻYNIERII PRODUKCJI DLA ROZWOJU INTELIGENTNYCH SPECJALIZACJI

Edition circulation: 130 copies

 
Contents

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1 4(16)/2016/1

Anna GEMBALSKA-KWIECIEŃ
Supporting tools for developing the innovative solutions in safety engineering

Abstract: The following article deals with creating tools for increasing work safety in the investigated manufacturing plant. Attention has been drawn to a possibility of implementing an innovative solutions to the safety engineering. The empirical studies has shown great untapped potential in the area of employees. Helping with developing a promotions for creativity among employees can have significant impact on increasing a level of safety at work, as well as quality of this work.

Keywords: safety management, innovative solutions, safety engineering
p. 9 pobierz
2 4(16)/2016/2

Anna Maria HORODECKA
Geographical information tool in aspect of the customised medicine

Abstract: This article was prepared basing on the literature review and analysis of secondary sources, determining the role of customised medicine in treatment of patients. The attention was directed on the the need of creation of a geographical profile of the patient in customised medicine, particularly in the aspect of migrating societies. There were also presented some examples of reactions of higly developed countries on shaping of this type of medicine and appropriate recommendations in the European Union. There was also presented a postulate of development of customised medicine in the Silesia Region. There were also indcated platforms of communication regarding patient's health.

Keywords: customised medicine, geographical informaition, patient's geographical profile, environmental contamination
p. 23 pobierz
3 4(16)/2016/3

Jolanta IGNAC-NOWICKA
Development sensor technology as intelligent expertise in safety engineering

Abstract: The article presents the role of sensors in monitoring systems of security. They examined the use of selected groups of sensors for safety gaseous and to protect the work zones. It also discusses the use of imaging sensors for cameras working in monitoring of safety machines. For each application area described sensors showing various examples of applications currently used in industry. Showing the advantages and functions of the sensors currently available on the market.

Keywords: safety engineering, sensors, safety gaseous, process imaging cameras, infrared cameras, light barriers, light curtains
p. 32 pobierz
4 4(16)/2016/4

Karolina JĄDERKO, Monika STĘPIEŃ, Barbara BIAŁECKA
Challenges in designing of innovative it systems in the municipal waste management

Abstract: This article provides an overview of currently used Information Technology solutions in municipal waste management in order to evaluate their functionality and to develop guidelines for building innovative, comprehensive IT system to support an increase in the share of the recovery and recycling of waste. The authors point to the need to abandon a subjective approach to the design of IT systems dedicated to system of waste management in favor of a process’ approach that would integrate all users in effective implementation of respective processes.

Keywords: municipal solid waste management, national smart specialization, IT systems
p. 43 pobierz
5 4(16)/2016/5

Piotr KALETA, Tomasz WAŁEK
Utilization of high efficient technologies of energy generation from gas fuels as a part of sustainable development

Abstract: Problems of guaranteeing the access to the energy and methods of useful energy generation along with preserving principles of the sustainable development were presented in the article. High-efficient methods of energy generation based on gas fuels with using gas MCHP XRGI microcogeneration and gas heat pump systems GHP are presented. Benefits to the sustainable development resulting from propagating these technologies and legal barriers curbing their wide development were shown.

Keywords: sustainable development, energy generation, energy efficiency, energy effectiveness, gas micro-cogeneration MCHP XRGI, gas heat pumps, renewable energy sources
p. 57 pobierz
6 4(16)/2016/6

Dorota KSIĄŻEK, Mariusz J. LIGARSKI
The role of the factory production control in the improvement of products and processes

Abstract: The study drew attention to the difference between a certified factory production control and quality management system according to ISO 9001. It was also depicted by the range of impacts of factory production control on the organizations. The impact of the factory production control was reviewed to improve both the product and process, on the basis of research carried out in the three organizations engaged in production activities.

Keywords: factory production control, improvement, product, process
p. 68 pobierz
7 4(16)/2016/7

Krzysztof MICHALSKI, Jacek SITKO
Selected aspects of minimalisation of waste production

Abstract: The problem of waste generation in both manufacturing processes and human activities not directly linked to the technological processes requires effective prevention. There is a need to develop such patterns of production, trade and consumption, which will be conducive to reducing waste and maximum use of resources contained in them. The benefits of minimising waste can be considered both in terms of economic as well as environmental and social.

Keywords: minimalisation of waste, utilization, recovery, disposal of waste
p. 80 pobierz
8 4(16)/2016/8

Jacek SITKO
Analysis of applications components production engineering in assessment level of quality products

Abstract: The subject of the article is to analyze possibility of applying the tools and qualitative methods used in production engineering in order to reduce the occurrence of defective products in industry – mechanical automotive. Applied methods allowed for selected products significantly raise their level of quality. Used diagram Pareto-Lorenz and FMEA analysis to identify potential product defects or process, assess their impact on product/process and reducing the impact of that.

Keywords: quality, production, analysis
p. 90 pobierz
9 4(16)/2016/9

Beata SZCZERBA, Barbara BIAŁECKA
Assumptions for construction complaint management system including reverse logistics

Abstract: The primary objective of developing a system of complaint management is the integration of knowledge acquired – in this case from i.a.: operators, engineers, specialists, managers, which directly concerns the production – as well as quantitative and qualitative data about the particular complaint. These data can be obtained from the internal or external client who informed about problem. Client is the most valuable source of information for the enterprise. Subsequently collected data is processed into information that solves the problem. Take account of fact that complaints are in every company, especially in the production company and considering the multiplicity of publications about search for causes of problems, identification of assumptions for construction a comprehensive complaint management system is an essential points. This system will include range of different areas of the company, which will support to make decisions in easier way. It will affect to the reduction of the quality costs.

Keywords: complaints, system, management
p. 100 pobierz
10 4(16)/2016/10

Bartosz SZCZĘŚNIAK, Leszek PETRYCZKO
Improving the process of EDI message generation in an ERP class system using a spreadsheet-based tool

Abstract: Information and telecommunication technologies are among the smart specialisations defined for Silesian Voivodeship. The problem faced by many organisations in this respect is the manual execution of processes which involve data processing. It exists in spite of using state-of-the-art IT solutions, and there are even cases when it exactly stems from their application. It may be solved through process automation by means of tools created in spreadsheets. An example of such a tool, deployed for the purpose of automation of a process implemented for generation of EDI messages in an ERP class system, has been described in the article. What has also been discussed is the course of a process performed by a man as well as basic components of the tool proposed. The article also provides a comparison of duration times required to complete the process under different variants, both before and after the implementation of the tool created.

Keywords: spreadsheet, ERP systems, improvement of information-related processes, process quality
p. 109 pobierz
11 4(16)/2016/11

Bartosz SZCZĘŚNIAK
Micro-tools based on the relational data model vs. the development of smart specialisations

Abstract: This article addresses the concept of application of micro-tools based on the relational data model for developing smart specialisations of key importance for innovative growth. Major components of the concept proposed for purposes of creation of the tools in spreadsheets have been described. Also the manner in which the identified entities are then represented in spreadsheets has been discussed. The solutions proposed by the author have been elaborated upon with regard to the goal of ensuring data integrity as well as acquisition of the assumed information systems. What has also been identified is the spheres of smart specialisations where development as such has become a part of the development of the concept described, but also the spheres in which the latter may yet find application.

Keywords: spreadsheet, improvement of information-related processes, process quality, relational data models, smart specialisations
p. 121 pobierz
12 4(16)/2016/12

Radosław WOLNIAK, Patrycja HĄBEK
Tools supporting development of smart specialization

Abstract: The publication focuses on the issue of tools supporting the introduction of the concept of smart specialization. In order to properly identify technology that can be applied in the context of smart specialization it need to be used various diagnostic tools, such as: indicator analysis, action plans for the development of new technologies, SWOT method, foresight method, etc. The purpose of this paperis the analysis of the basic tools that are used in the process of diagnosing the smart specialization. In particular, the paper focuses on the analysis of technology road mapping as a very useful tool in the identification of the smart specialization in the region.

Keywords: smart specialization, innovation, regional development, competitive advantage, technology management
p. 132 pobierz
13 4(16)/2016/13

Radosław WOLNIAK
Smart specialization in the Silesian province

Abstract: The paper presents the concept of smart specialization on the example of the Silesian province. Starting from the origins of the use of the concept of smart specialization in the European Union, shows the definition of the concept, the use of the concept in the development of regions and presented that specializations are considered smart for the Silesian province.

Keywords: smart specialization, innovation, production, technology, knowledge-based economy
p. 139 pobierz
14 4(16)/2016/14

Katarzyna MIDOR, Grzegorz KLIMASARA
Process map as an innovative tool of quality optimisation of the production process

Abstract: Process mapping is of significant importance in quality management as it allows us to precisely analyse the processes going on in the organisation and, based on it, conduct an analysis of the critical points in the production process using selected quality management tools or methods. Organisations constantly search for new, innovative solutions and methods which can be used to increase their efficiency and product quality. An important measure taken by today's companies is the identification of causes of the defects recorded in the production process, and analysis of returns from external clients. This makes it possible to reduce production costs and increase the company's reliability in the eyes of the client. However, to achieve it, the company first needs to map the process. The article presents improving the production process of a vibrating screen manufactured by a company which produces machinery and equipment for the mining industry, using a process map. The analysis conducted made it possible to propose corrections and changes to the production process, which increased the efficiency of the analysed product.

Keywords: process map, production processes, innovation, improvement, quality management, product
p. 150 pobierz
15 4(16)/2016/15

Michał MOLENDA
Risk management as a part of intelligent quality management system in the environmental technology verification body (ETV)

Abstract: The article describes the process of risk management in one of the polish verification bodies. Furthermore, the article provides the concept of the integration process described risk management process with improvement mechanism characteristic for intelligent quality management system (IQMS). The risk management process is described on the basis of research conducted in the verification body offering services in the field of environmental technology verification (ETV). The study was conducted in 2016.

Keywords: QMS, intelligent QMS, ETV, risk management
p. 160 pobierz
16 4(16)/2016/16

Dorota WANDZICH, Grażyna PŁAZA, Aleksandra BOROWIAK
Identification card protection of personal as a tool for safety management in the intelligent workplace

Abstract: The article discusses the introduction of identification cards of personal protective equipment in the workplace and its impact on increasing the safety of employees during work activities.

Keywords: health and safety, personal protection, employee personal protection, occupational risk, safety management
p. 172 pobierz
17 4(16)/2016/17

Michał ZASADZIEŃ
Example of use of quality tools in the improvement of maintenance process

Abstract: The article presents the results of observational studies conducted in one of Silesian production companies. The research was aimed at improving the maintenance process and focused on the analysis of utilization of working time by the employees. The measurements were taken for three randomly chosen persons. The most important actions performed by the employees were identified and assigned to effective time – spent on everyday duties connected with maintaining the functionality of technical equipment, auxiliary time – dedicated to preparatory and administrative activities, and ineffective time, during which the employees performed actions not connected with their work. Among the ineffective and auxiliary actions those which took the longest were separated. In order to reduce their duration, the 5-Why method was used. It allowed us to identify the causes responsible for the overly long duration of auxiliary actions. As a result of the analysis conducted, corrective measures were proposed aimed at reducing the duration of those actions along with a system for their assessment, which should lead to an improvement in the efficiency of maintenance department employees.

Keywords: 5-Why, work organization, working time, maintenance, quality management
p. 180 pobierz
18 4(16)/2016/18

Agata JUSZCZAK-WIŚNIEWSKA, Mariusz J. LIGARSKI
Improving the quality management system in selected health care facility

Abstract: The topic of the article is the analysis of possibilities of improving the quality management system in selected medical facility. At the beginning is presented the current approach for certification ISO 9001 in Polish hospitals, as well as the upcoming changes due to the introduction of new version of the standard. Then they are presented the results of a survey conducted among employees of a particular individual. In the next part they have been discussed and subjected to careful analysis due to the given obtained in the survey responses. At summary, based on the presented results, were emerging between data dependencies. Finally, the conclusion were presented possible future directions of changes in application of standards. They were also presented recommendations for the personnel training of the medical unit.

Keywords: ISO 9001, CMJ, quality management systems; certification of medical facilities
p. 188 pobierz
19 4(16)/2016/19

Bożena SKOTNICKA-ZASADZIEŃ
Selected aspects of quality engineering in managing the operation of machinery and equipment mining – case study

Abstract: In the article elements of quality engineering have been presented, such as: Pareto chart and FMEA method for evaluating the scraper conveyor’s failure frequency. A percentage share of particular failures in the scraper conveyor has been estimated by means of the Pareto chart. FMEA was used to identify the causes of failures and their effects. Quality engineering elements can be widely applied in an initial analysis of technical facilities’ failure frequency in various industry branches.

Keywords: quality engineering, diagram Pareto, FMEA, scraper conveyor, failure
p. 198 pobierz
20 4(16)/2016/20

Krzysztof KURUS, Monika STĘPIEŃ, Barbara BIAŁECKA
Product and waste balance of metallurgical coal preparation plant

Abstract: Extraction of coal deposits contributes to generation of large amounts of mining and processing waste. The issue of waste management in case of metallurgical coal washing is even more serious because of requirements of customers demanding low ash content in final product. In case of thermal coal more mineral matter is delivered to final user. The aim of the article is to present product and refuse intelligent output balance based on data acquired from an exemplary colliery. Because of the fact the whole feed is being washed, the company is forced to look for alternative and innovative ways of waste utilization in order to avoid waste disposal charge. The included balance diagram presents the current application means of by-product recovery in a coal mine and the market. The gangue, coarse and fine processing waste, other refuse are used in underground technologies, civil and power engineering reducing the company loss caused by generation of undesired products.

Keywords: coal preparation, mining waste, metallurgical coal, waste recovery, reduction of waste disposal, waste management
p. 209 pobierz
   
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