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Ing. Daynier Rolando Delgado Sobrino, PhD.
Identification number: 45485
University e-mail: daynier_sobrino [at] stuba.sk
 
Výskumný pracovník s VŠ vzdelaním - Department of Production Devices and Systems (UVTE MTF)
 
External colleague - Institute of Applied Informatics, Automation and Mechatronics (MTF)

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Type of thesis:
Dissertation thesis
Thesis title:
Contributions to the design and analysis of the material flow in the context of manufacturing supported by the use of simulation
Written by (author):
Department:
Institute of Production Systems and Applied Mechanics (MTF)
Thesis supervisor: doc. Ing. Peter Košťál, PhD.
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Language of final thesis:
English

Slovak        English

Title of the thesis:
Contributions to the design and analysis of the material flow in the context of manufacturing supported by the use of simulation
Summary:
The present doctoral thesis mainly emerges from scientific and teaching needs of the Institute of Production Systems and Applied Mechanics in its efforts to step into a more formal analysis and/or design process of the material flow and associated manufacturing decisions. Fulfilling such needs, a contribution methodology for the design and/or analysis of the material flow has been proposed. The proposal is intended to be used in a broad spectrum of manufacturing systems/cells and either for new designs or already existing ones. The methodology besides addresses other manufacturing decisions associated to the material flow while stressing the fact of their mandatory consideration when integrally addressing the primary problem. It also deals with the analysis of the combinatorial nature of the material flow, and courses of action to follow that include the use of Witness simulation software are suggested after the determination and size of a "Total" Number of Combinations. A partial application of the proposals takes place at a Flexible Assembly Cell of the institute; some of the main outputs of it are: (1) the full formal description of the whole cell including material flow scenarios, (2) the calculation of the "Total" Number of Combinations, (3) the selection of courses of action to follow, (4) the proposal of a new scenario implying the redesign of the cell conception, layout and thus material flow itself, (5) the simulation and comparison of material flow scenarios, (6) the use of the Witness optimizer (experimenter) in the search of the best material flow configurations, among others. At the end, the integration of all these previous elements clearly contributed to the solution of the research' problem and objectives traced, while at the same time to the hypothesis verification itself.
Key words:production flow analysis and design, number of combinations, Witness simulation software

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