Optimizing modular machining line design problem with mixed activation mode of machining units

@inproceedings{Belmokhtar2007OptimizingMM,
  title={Optimizing modular machining line design problem with mixed activation mode of machining units},
  author={Sana Belmokhtar and Alexandre Dolgui and Xavier Delorme and I. I. Ignatenko},
  year={2007}
}
A modular transfer line designing problem is investigated. The problem is to find the best subset of modules (machining units) from a given set and to assign them to different stations so that technological constraints and cycle upper limit are respected and the line cost is minimal. The investigated lines have a mixed activation mode for the machining units of each station, i.e. the units of each station are arranged into a series of stages such that each stage is composed of several units… CONTINUE READING

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