International Journal of Advancements in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering
Author(s) : IVANA SIMEONOVOVA, RADEK KNOFLÍCEK, ROBERT HOFMAN
This article is part of a project Creating database of simulation models to support the teaching of subjects: Modeling and simulation of production systems (GMV, GMV-A) and Production Planning and control (GPR, GPR-A) supported by Science Fund of FME 2014. The folowing arcticle is part of simulation models database designed for educational purposes. It describes practical use of line production system computer simulation. The aim of simulation is to find optimal distribution of production orders input to manufacturing system. Simulation is a noninvasive method by which can be monitored and analyzed the behavior of real system or system in level of design. This means that it is possible to examine the effect of changes in the production system without consequences, which should have their application to the real system. In this article is described the definition of simulation model to which are performed experiments. The experimental results can be applied in practice for streamlining operation of the production system.