Design and Analysis of Automobiles Manufacturing System Based on Simulation Model

Razman Bin Mat Tahar, Ali Asghar J.Adham

Abstract


The global financial crisis, brewing for a while, really started to show its in automobiles Automotive manufacturing is complex and includes the coordination of design and manufacturing. In the manufacturing approaches over the past few years, assembly has been a key issue and it seems simulation models are usually tailored to address a narrow set of industrial issues. This paper describes the development of manufacturing system design, operation, and maintenance based on Simulation. The model is being developed at two different levels: the supply chain, the assembly plant. A solution that may optimize one performance measure may deteriorate other performance solution difficult. The resulting algorithms are comparable to the simulation in terms of success rate, assembly times, peak forces and moments, and have assembly times superior to those of a benchmark blind search algorithm.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/mas.v4n7p130

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