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시나리오 기반 조선 실행계획 평가 향상을 위한 시뮬레이션 시스템 개발 - 패널라인 개발 사례를 중심으로 -
Design and Development of Scenario-Based Simulation System to Improve Shipbuilding Execution Scheduling Assessment - A Case Study on Panel Line -

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Authors
백명기; 김영민; 황인혁; 이광국; 류철호; 신종계
Issue Date
2013-06
Publisher
한국CAD/CAM학회
Citation
한국CAD/CAM학회논문집 Vol.18 No.3, pp. 211-223
Keywords
공학Component based designDigital manufacturingManufacturing execution systemShipbuilding execution schedulingShipbuilding simulation
Abstract
Todays ever-increasingly competitive shipbuilding market makes it essential for a shipbuilding company to have more efficient production processes and higher productivity as well as better design ability to obtain its competitiveness. A well-established production execution schedule plays an indispensable role to achieve this goal. Most shipbuilding companies carry out an evaluation on their mid-term plan once it is established. However, no evaluation activity exists for a production execution schedule, because practically all the companies depend on the field workers for the production execution scheduling. In this study, a prototype of a ship production execution schedule evaluation system is developed based on the component based design (CBD) methodology. This system enables one to make a production execution schedule that reflects upto-date shipyard situation and to validate whether the schedule is feasible or not by running a production simulation according to the schedule. Users can also make use of the system as a decision supporting tool that compares several different execution schedules and evaluates which one is the best execution schedule.
ISSN
1226-0606
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/91273
DOI
https://doi.org/10.7315/CADCAM.2013.211
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