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A Comparative Analysis of the Fixed Location Production vs. Flow Production: An Example of Deckhouse Preceding Outfit Process
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A Comparative Analysis of the Fixed Location Production vs. Flow Production: An Example of Deckhouse Preceding Outfit Process
Kim, Yearnmin;
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 Abstract
By using simulation, fixed location production method and flow production method have been compared to improve the productivity of deckhouse preceding outfitting process. In this paper, we analyze that the suggested flow production system instead of fixed location production can improve productivity. In current preceding outfit production system which adopts fixed location production, where a block occupies an area and does not move until the work finishes. On the other hand, in improved flow production system, the block moves instead of workers and equipment. Though the output of two systems are almost the same when we did not consider the moving time and waiting time of blocks, the flow production will be better when the variability of task time will be reduced.
 Keywords
Fixed Location Production;Flow Production;Simulation;Deckhouse;
 Language
Korean
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