A comparative study of production control systems through simulation
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CitationONAN, K., SENNAROĞLU, B. (2007). A comparative study of production control systems through simulation. In DEMİRLP, M., UDRISTE, C., BOGNAR, G., SONI, R., NASSAR, H. (eds.). Applied Mathematics for Science and Engineering: Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Dec. 29-31, 2007. pp. 377-382. Cairo, Egypt, WSEAS Press.
The purpose of this paper is to simulate pull, push and hybrid production control systems for a single line, multi-stage and continuous production process, which is aluminium casting, in order to compare their performances where the current production control system is push system. The paper also provides an approach in constructing, hybrid system by using TSP in minimizing total setup time to obtain optimal sequence of orders.
SourceApplied Mathematics for Science and Engineering: Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Mathematics
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