SAE 2014 World Congress & Exhibition

Technical Session Schedule

Wednesday, April 9

Key Success Factors for DFSS and Lean Manufacturing
(Session Code: IDM400)

Room 111 B  1:00 p.m.

This technical session deals with research and development efforts addressing the advancement and applications of Lean methodologies and Quality improvemant in the mobility Industry. Papers presented in this session will portray the latest developments in the principles, practices, tools, processes, and applications of Lean and Quality improvement methodologies.

Organizers - Richard Amori, Ford Motor Co.; Mohamed El-Sayed, Kettering University; Mohammad Hijawi, Chrysler Group LLC; Robert Lust; Yih-Chyun Sheu, Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.; Beena Anand, Norma Group

Time Paper No. Title
1:00 p.m. 2014-01-0737
A Methodology for Investigating and Modelling Laser Clad Bead Geometry and Process Parameter Relationships
Kush Aggarwal, Ruth Urbanic, Luv Aggarwal, University of Windsor
1:20 p.m. 2014-01-0740
A Systems Approach to the Development and Use of FMEA in Complex Automotive Applications
Ed Henshall, Ioan Felician Campean, University of Bradford; Brian Rutter, Ford Motor Co.
1:40 p.m. 2014-01-0769
Implementation of Lean Transactional in Tenneco's Ride Performance Europe Division - Review after Three Years of Implementation
Patrick Garcia, Tenneco; Sandro Paparelli, Tenneco Ride Performance
2:00 p.m. 2014-01-0775
Tool Management System Planning and Applications Based on Lean Manufacturing
Fengzhu LI, Shunan Bao, Gang Li, Foton Motor Co.
2:20 p.m. 2014-01-0772
Applications of Lean Logistics on Engine Manufacturing Planning
Fengzhu LI, Shunan Bao, Sijun LI, Foton Motor Co.
2:40 p.m. 2014-01-0774
Quality Control and Improvement Based on Design of Experiments and Statistical Data Analysis
Zhigang Wei, Tenneco Automotive Co., Ltd.; Limin Luo, Shengbin Lin, Dmitri Konson, Tenneco Inc.
3:00 p.m. 2014-01-0768
ORAL ONLY
The Role of House of Quality in Lean Design
The full impact of lean thinking can only be achieved when applied at the beginning of the product development process, starting with early design phases. Considering that one of the most fundamental principles in lean thinking is to achieve value based on the voice of the customer, it is essential that a lean product design and development assures realization of this value throughout the process. This can only be accomplished when lean tools are utilized at early design phase.
Mohamed El-Sayed, Kettering University

Planned by Lean - Six Sigma Committee / Integrated Design and Manufacturing Activity