This book focuses on and promotes the applications of the diverse tools and techniques of industrial engineering to the design and operation of systems in industry, business, the government, and the military. Industrial engineering is growing rapidly as an educational option and is a practice favorite in Asia, South America, and many parts of Europe. This book will meet the needs of those growth markets.

Industrial Engineering in Systems Design: Guidelines, Practical Examples, Tools, and Techniques offers a wide range of engineering tools from checklists to in-depth analysis guidelines for systems design and operation. The book discusses the integration of industrial and systems engineering from both qualitative and quantitative techniques for systems design. In addition, guidelines for operational resiliency for industry in the case of disruptions, such as a pandemic are covered, and the book provides case examples for industries in developing and under-developed nations. The inclusion of practical examples of where industrial engineering has contributed to the advancement and survival of industries makes this book a very interesting and useful resource.

This is a practical guide for professional engineers and consultants involved in the design and operation of systems, particularly manufacturing, production, and supply chain systems, and can also be used as a reference for students.

1. Industrial Engineering in Systems Design.  2. Human Systems Integration.  3. DEJI Systems Model in Engineering Design.  4. Semantics and Syntaxes in System Design.  5. Human Reliability in Engineering Ethics and Safety.  6. Tools for System and Process Analysis.  7. Industrial Engineering in Aerospace Systems Design.  8. NASA Case Example of Aerospace Systems Design.  9. Case Study of Cost Growth in Space Systems.  10. People Skills in Systems Management.  11. The Big Picture of Engineering Design.  12. Measurements and Design Criteria.