A decision support system for design of large series machining lines composed of stations with rotary or mobile table

Abstract : This paper describes a decision support system (DSS) developed in order to offer to machining line designers a cognitive aid for early design stages. The aim of DSS is to assist the decision makers in finding the configuration of a new line that will meet quality and productivity requirements and minimize the investment costs. The current version of DSS is oriented to design of mass production machining lines composed of machines with rotary or mobile tables. This decision support system is based on mathematical models and methods which were devised to provide the designers with the optimal parameters of new line configuration including the required number of working stations of different types, the number of working positions at each station and spindle heads at each working position. The system is implemented under Autodesk Inventor and includes the modules for part modeling, process planning and machining system configuration. Its modular character and open architecture make upgrading with new mathematical tools suitable for other machining systems easy and fast. Moreover, it can be employed either as a separate software or integrated in a Product Life-cycle Management (PLM) tool.
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Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing, 2012, 28 (6), pp.Pages 672-680. 〈10.1016/j.rcim.2012.04.005〉
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Olga Battaïa, Alexandre Dolgui, Nikolay Guschinsky, Genrikh Levin. A decision support system for design of large series machining lines composed of stations with rotary or mobile table. Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing, 2012, 28 (6), pp.Pages 672-680. 〈10.1016/j.rcim.2012.04.005〉. 〈emse-00693908〉

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