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A Study on the Erection Process Modeling and Simulation considering Variability
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Erection Process Modeling and Simulation considering Variability
Lim, Hyunkyu; Lee, Yonggil; Kim, Byungchul; Woo, Jonghun;
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 Abstract
Generally, the shipbuilding industry has finite resources and limited workspace. Due to finite resources, limited workspace and state of block preparation, erection process in shipbuilding industry is frequently delayed than erection process scheduling which is planned at long-term plan stage. In this study, considering variability of block reserve ratio, the degree of delay in real erection process is measured and compared to scheduling which is planned at long-term plan stage in shipbuilding industry including finite capacity and variative lead time. Also, the erection process scheduling which has minimum lead time can be checked through simulation. The results of this study could be improved the accuracy of erection process scheduling by checking the main event compliance ratio by block reserve ratio and calculating the optimum erection pitch for the main event compliance.
 Keywords
Erection process;Discrete event simulation;Block reserve ratio;Variability;
 Language
Korean
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