Ağaç Ürünleri Üreten Bir İşletmede Malzeme Taşıma Sisteminin Simülasyon Yaklaşımıyla İyileştirilmesi

Üretim içi malzeme taşıma sistemleri, üretimin hem iş sağlığı ve güvenliğine uygun yürütülmesi hem de sürekliliğinin sağlanması açısından kritik öneme sahiptir. Özellikle yüksek hacim ve ağırlıktaki nesnelerin iş merkezleri arasında transferi oldukça sorunludur. Bu çalışmada, ağaç ürünleri üretimi yapan bir işletmede üretim sahasındaki iş merkezleri arasındaki malzeme taşıma sistemi ele alınmış ve taşıma alternatifleri kesikli olay simülasyonu yaklaşımıyla değerlendirilmiştir. Sonuçlara göre, konveyör sistemlerinin kullanımının istatistiksel olarak anlamlı olduğu görülmüştür. Yatırım kararları göz önüne alındığında da konveyör sistemlerinin kullanımının uzun dönemde daha uygun olduğu görülmüştür

Improving Materials Handling Systems via Simulation Approach for a Woodworking Manufacture Company

Ensuring both of the production sustainability and working with suitable conditions to occupational health and safety makes in-bound material handling systems critically important. Especially, transferring objects having high volume and weight between work centers causes a lot of problems. In this study, the material handling system between the work centers on a production site for a woodworking manufacturer is considered and the transportation alternatives are evaluated via discrete event simulation approach. According to results, using conveyor systems is found statistically significant. When investment costs are considered, using conveyor systems are more suitable in long term

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