Automation of the Production of ICE Parts Based on Cluster Analysis

Aleksey Nikolaevich Iliukhin, Lenar Ajratovich Galiullin

In the forging and stamping production of parts of internal combustion engines, the manufacture of products occurs by forging and stamping, which are one of the most economical and productive methods of forming. Compared to machining, stamping can significantly reduce the consumption of metal, since the metal does not separate into chips, reduce the complexity of manufacturing products and increase productivity. At the same time, pressure treatment provides hardening of the material being processed, which allows making parts lighter, less metal-intensive and more wear-resistant. Among the material flows of forging and stamping production, one can separately distinguish such elements as equipment, equipment and workpieces. Forging production and its role in the structure of machine-building enterprises are constantly growing. It is here that with a relatively limited number of tools and workers, the production efficiency of products and machines is laid, the economy of the rational use of material and energy resources is ensured. For a competitive existence on the market, the existing forge shops need a radical reorganization of the organization of production, including through the introduction of integrated automation of production, which, in turn, is impossible without the introduction of a single integrated information management system that reflects the information space of the enterprise.

Volume 11 | 08-Special Issue

Pages: 1779-1782