VIRTUAL MANUFACTURING PROCESS ALLOCATION VIA NONLINEAR OPTIMIZATION APPROACH
DIYALA JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES,
2016, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 86-99
AbstractThis study demonstrates the evolution of optimal virtual manufacturing process via utilizing the condition of optimization tools to determine the optimum configuration of the drilling process and operations of allocation in term of distances constrains through availability of two dimensional space layout.
The distribution of motherboard holes allocated was virtually investigated and an experimental of power supply plate cover is also maintained to achieve different minimum dimension which leads to alter the whole design parameters of sub components such as integrates and electric components in the main board circuit.
A technique for mentioned case study is a new branch technology which will affect simultaneously many cases design attributes in the same concept such as machines allocation distribution in the plant shop floor, assignment problem, industrial geographical distribution salesman problem, perforation and transportation and other.
After all iteration took place an ultimate final allocation for drilling holes in an 1.5 x1.5 cm metal cover already perforate in specific locations to perform its design need where the new distribution of the holes give an optimal space for metal cover which effect in the hole design prospect in addition to other production aspects of cost and raw material west issues.
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