The automotive industry is characterized by the continuous and frequent adoption of cutting edge technologies in manufacturing. The introduction of new technology often entails a system level investigation to determine whether it meets expected production requirements. Many system design alternatives are usually considered at this stage, and a fast performance evaluation tool is desired to quickly obtain the optimum system configuration. In this paper, we introduce an analytical tool that was developed for this specific purpose.

An Approximate analytical method to evaluate the performance of multi-product assembly manufacturing systems

COLLEDANI, MARCELLO;RATTI, ANDREA;
2014-01-01

Abstract

The automotive industry is characterized by the continuous and frequent adoption of cutting edge technologies in manufacturing. The introduction of new technology often entails a system level investigation to determine whether it meets expected production requirements. Many system design alternatives are usually considered at this stage, and a fast performance evaluation tool is desired to quickly obtain the optimum system configuration. In this paper, we introduce an analytical tool that was developed for this specific purpose.
Proceedings of the 9th CIRP International Conference on Intelligent Computation in Manufacturing Engineering
Approximate analytical method; Assembly; Decomposition; Manufacturing systems; Multi-product; Performance evaluation; Control and Systems Engineering; Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
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