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by Allan Carrie

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Allan Carrie
Wiley (1988)
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Simulation of manufacturing systems. Introduction to Simulation Types of Simulation and the Flow of Time Stochastic Simulation Discrete Simulation A Job Shop Model with Material Handling Simulation Software - An Overview Flexibl. More). Towards the manufacturing enterprises of the future.

Simulation in manufacturing systems is the use of software to make computer models of manufacturing systems, so to analyze them and thereby obtain important information. It has been syndicated as the second most popular management science among manufacturing managers. However, its use has been limited due to the complexity of some software packages, and to the lack of preparation some users have in the fields of probability and statistics. Article · February 2000 with 16 Reads. In the past there have been many examples of both computer systems and manufacturing systems which have delivered less than they promised. Cite this publication. Frequently, the fault is due to inadequate specification of the system at the outset (Carrie, 1990). Too often aspects of the system, which it is known will need to be addressed at some time have been left over until later. At the commissioning stage it may be found that they are critical to the specification and efficient operation of the system.

See how simulation modeling with FlexSim can help you make better decisions in your manufacturing system. It allows organizations in the manufacturing industry to analyze and experiment with their processes in a virtual environment, reducing the time and cost requirements associated with physical testing. What is manufacturing simulation? It’s the computer-based modeling of a real production system. Inventory, assembly, transportation and production can all be considered within a simulation model, resulting in decisions that can maintain or improve efficiency at the lowest possible cost.

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Simulation of manufacturing Allan Carrie John Wiley & Sons. Books: 1. Automation, Production systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing . Groover Prentice Hall of India 2. Computer Aided Manufacturing . Chang, Richard A. Wysk, Pearson 3. CAD/CAM/CIMp Radhkrishnan, S. Subramanyan, New age International publications, 4. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Paul Ranky Prentice Hall of India 5. CAD/CAM Theory and practice, Ibrahim Zeid, McGraw Hill 6. Computer Numerical Control Machines. Systems Simulation: Methods and Applications, Lexington Books, 1974. Computer Simulation in Emergency Planning. Computational Science Education Project. Introduction to Monte Carlo Methods, 1995.

Giving results based on representative data of real systems, this book illustrates the features of Flexible Manufacturing Systems and their construction. Examples of systems are given to illustrate their operating complexities and further discussion highlights planning problems associated with getting the systems up and running. Importantly, the author never loses sight of the context in which these systems must work. By thoroughly covering all aspects of the managerial issues related to simulation projects - costs and benefits, developments and trends - the advantages can be pragmatically assessed.