Assessment of Production Program Feasibility in Aviation Engineering

Authors: Drogovoz P.A., Efimova N.S., Kalachanov V.D. Published: 30.04.2020
Published in issue: #2(131)/2020  

DOI: 10.18698/0236-3941-2020-2-88-108

Category: Mechanical Engineering and Machine Science | Chapter: Organization of Production  
Keywords: aviation industry, optimization, key indicators, production program, hi-tech production, knowledge-intensive products, process monitoring

The purpose of the study was to analyze the effective development of the production potential of the domestic industry of aviation engineering. We developed a method for calculating the summarizing indicators of assessing the feasibility of production programs of the aviation industry at the level of technological conversions and types of aircraft production. The application of such method will make it possible to more reasonably determine the material consumption of new types of aviation products and the productivity of new equipment, and, ultimately, assess the feasibility of promising production plans. Monitoring of production indicators of the domestic aviation engineering industry will encourage new research in the field of organizing the development, production and maintenance of hi-tech products, taking into account its specificity. Although plenty of important scientific research has been carried out by scientists in the field of organization of production at enterprises, there are currently unsolved problems of industrial-technological nature


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