Continuum modeling of supply chain networks using discontinuous Galerkin methods

@inproceedings{Sun2008ContinuumMO,
  title={Continuum modeling of supply chain networks using discontinuous Galerkin methods},
  author={Shuyu Sun and Ming Dong},
  year={2008}
}
Using a connectivity matrix, we establish a continuum modeling approach with partial differential equations of conservation laws for simulating materials flow in supply chain networks. A number of existing and new constitutive relationships for modeling velocity are summarized or proposed. To effectively treat strong advection components within the modeling system, we apply discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods for solving production flow in a supply chain network. In addition, a number of DG… CONTINUE READING

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