Manufacturing systems are subject to continuous changing conditions, which are due both to external reasons (e.g. changing demand) and to the natural system evolution, (e.g. machine degradation, operators’ upskilling). At tactical level, production engineers are challenged to continuously improve the system performance. At strategical level, the manufacturing company must monitor the system status and proactively identify reconfiguration actions to ensure system fitness to the evolving competitive scenario. A novel Digital Twin based on an analytical model for performance evaluation of manufacturing system embedding evaluation of joint parameter variations is introduced. In particular this work concentrates on how tactical decision makers can benefit from an integrated system model. The method is proved in a real industrial case in the railway sector.

A model-based Digital Twin to support responsive manufacturing systems

Magnanini M. C.;Tolio T. A. M.
2021

Abstract

Manufacturing systems are subject to continuous changing conditions, which are due both to external reasons (e.g. changing demand) and to the natural system evolution, (e.g. machine degradation, operators’ upskilling). At tactical level, production engineers are challenged to continuously improve the system performance. At strategical level, the manufacturing company must monitor the system status and proactively identify reconfiguration actions to ensure system fitness to the evolving competitive scenario. A novel Digital Twin based on an analytical model for performance evaluation of manufacturing system embedding evaluation of joint parameter variations is introduced. In particular this work concentrates on how tactical decision makers can benefit from an integrated system model. The method is proved in a real industrial case in the railway sector.
Digital Twin
Evolution planning
Manufacturing systems
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