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VOL 3, NO 2 (2016): AUTUMN (NOVEMBER)

 

SIMULATION MODEL FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTION FLOW LINES


Z. Mihály, Z. Lelkes

Abstract

A simulation model for improving production flow lines with multiple products and parallel machines is presented. Superstructure is defined as a graphical representation of production flow line; simulation tool and model are developed. The simulation tool can be used for improving production flow lines.


Keywords

Keywords: Factory physics, Throughput, Cycle time, Flow line, Discrete time simulation,


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