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Design of a Period Batch Control planning system for cellular manufacturing


  • Jan Riezebos

    (University of Groningen)


Thesis 1 Introduction 2 Relationships between cells 3 Period Batch Control 4 Design factors for basic unicycle PBC systems 5 Models and methods for determining a period length P 6 Modelling the trade-off between N and P 7 Determining a configuration of the PBC system 8 Co- ordination between cells and PBC system design 9 Conclusions and further research Appendices: Short case descriptions

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  • Jan Riezebos, 2004. "Design of a Period Batch Control planning system for cellular manufacturing," Industrial Organization 0410004, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpio:0410004 Note: Type of Document - pdf; pages: 250. Thesis

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    Production planning Operations management;

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