Productive Forces of Design: The Basis of Post-Industrial Development

Vladimir Strokov
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Center Productive Forces of Intellectual Work, Supervisor of Studies, Moscow, Russia

Series: Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
BISAC: TEC020000

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A new economy is being considered, in which economic activity of society and a set of relations are taking shape not only at the stages of production, distribution, exchange and consumption, but also at the design stage, forming the basis of post-industrial development.
The goals of post-industrial development have been formulated: design and production of complex high-tech varieties of types of products satisfying the strategic needs of the country (being the country’s wealth). There are functional and parametric varieties. Functional varieties differ in the number of consumer functions (properties), for example, the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket launches the vehicle, returns to the launch site and lands on the platform. Parametric varieties have different parameters of the same consumer functions, for example, the varieties of aircraft “Airbus” A380 and A381 differ in the number of seats (180 and 236) and flight range (6100 km and 5900 km). Varieties may have a program management by satisfaction of needs, for example, the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket has this program management.

For the first time in the world practice, the decisive role of the productive forces of computer-aided design in fulfilling the goals of post-industrial development has been shown. The productive forces of computer design: the aggregate of designers (constructors, analysts, technologists) and computer means of design are capable of a) designing digital models of intermediate (parts, units, assemblies) and final products, b) analyzing and modeling structures, c) carrying out technological preparation of production, d) de-signing composite materials with the required parameters of consumer functions.

Computerization of design leads to an instantaneous exchange of information and re-placement of tons of design documentation with a single flash disk and creates the possibility of designing varieties of products with program management (without human participation) of satisfaction of the needs (age-old dream of humanity). The use of composites provides the possibility of designing varieties of items being intellectual property carriers, which meet the required parameters.

The principles of the organization of the computer-aided design process (universalization, parallelism, optimization, innovations, and continuity) have been introduced and substantiated.

The productive forces of computer-aided design changed the productive forces of the production of the K. Marx’s model: universal machines replaced specialized machines; software control, developed by a technologist, caused the replacement of the worker with machine. The organization of the production process of intermediate and simple products in time has been developed.

Universalization, innovations, optimization of design and production lead to the international per-stage and per-object division of the designer’s mental labor and per-object division of the productive capital of individual countries and regions. The result is the design and production of varieties of intermediate products, carriers of intellectual labor property, having the required consumer functions and parameters.
International cooperation of design and production organizations of individual countries and regions based on the principles of parallelism and continuity leads to the formation of families of international design and production. The families are able to de-sign and produce parametric and functional-parametric varieties of types of final products, carriers of intellectual labor property, satisfying functional and parametric requirements. The competition between families determines the development of the world industry. For example, the competition between the families of “The Boeing Company” and “Airbus SE” determines the development of civil aviation in the world.

The production costs have been determined. A mechanism has been developed for the development of the productive forces of design and production through the renewal of intellectual property in the design process and the accumulation of capital in the production process.

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1. Products of Post-Industrial Period

Chapter 2. Productive Forces of Product Design

Chapter 3. Features of Designing Products from Composite Materials

Chapter 4. International Division and Cooperation of the Designer's Labor

Chapter 5. Manufacturing Productive Forces

Chapter 6. International Division of Capital and Cooperation of Enterprises

Chapter 7. Organization of Production in Time

Chapter 8. Expenses, Profit, Cost

Index

"In the presented monograph, the author develops the main provisions of the classical school of economics, such as: the wealth of a nation (products of labor) creates material production, the source of wealth is labor, labor creates value of a product, development is caused by the development of productive forces, etc." READ MORE... - Professor Grigory Semenovich Khulap, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences

"In the first paragraph of the abstract, the author writes that the monograph presents a new economy, in which the company's economic activity and a set of relations are considered not only at the stages of production, distribution, exchange and consumption, but also at the design stage, which determines the post-industrial development. Consider the content of the concept of the new economy." READ MORE... - Evgeny V. Kalinkin, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor of Department of Finance and Prices, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

"The author has convincingly shown that the goal of post-industrial development is the design and production of complex high-tech varieties (modified versions within the type) of product types that meet the country's strategic needs. Varieties differ either in the number of consumer functions (functionally) or the parameters of consumer functions (parametrically), or program control (without human participation) in satisfying needs." READ MORE... - Professor Oleg Pavlovich Chernyaev, Doctor of Technical Sciences

The most relevant target audience is workers in the fields of economics, strategic planning, economic theory, microeconomics, industry economics, world economy, production management, production organization. The core of the target audience is scientists and teachers of universities and other higher education institutions working on the above topics.

Secondary audience, for example, in the aviation industry, is represented by workers at all hierarchical levels: from leaders of industry and corporations to ordinary research workers and designers (constructers, calculators, technologists) who universalize themselves in the design of varieties of parts, units, assemblies, and end products.

Keywords used in abstract:
Products satisfying the strategic needs, functional and parametric varieties, production forces of computer-aided design, program management of satisfaction of the needs, intellectual property carriers, design principles, principles of universalization, parallelism, optimization, innovations, continuity, replacement of worker with machine, international per-stage and per-object division of mental labor, international per-object division of capital, carriers of intellectual labor property, international cooperation of design, families of international design and production, mechanism of development of productive forces, renewal of intellectual property

Keywords used in titles and subtitles:
Productive forces of design, products satisfying the strategic needs, productive forces of computer-aided design, factors of computer development, universal knowledge of computer-aided design, principles of organization of design process in time, principle of universalization, principle of optimization, principle of innovations, principle of parallelism, principle of continuity, intellectual labor property as a result of design, programmed control of satisfaction of the needs, productive forces of composite products design, peculiarities of composite parts design, international per-stage and per-object division of the designer’s labor, intra-kind parametric competition, international parametric cooperation, international functional-parametric cooperation, revolutionary changes of productive forces of K. Marx' model, replacement of workers with machines, per-object universalization of production, per-object division of capital, per-part, per-unit, per-assembly division of capital, intra-kind competition, international parametric cooperation, international functional-parametric cooperation, families of international parametric and functional-parametric design and production, organization of production in time, pace-based method of selecting machines, processes synchronized by the batch rhythm, working time as a regulator of production volumes, principle of production organization in time, principle of universalization, principle of proportionality, principle of continuity, principle of parallelism, principle of parallelism, principle of rhythm, operating expenses, cyclic expenses, mechanism of development of productive forces, renewal of the intellectual property

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