Rao, Kavuri Suryaprakasa and Krishnaswamy, KN and Raghavendra, BG (1995) Structured systems methodology for evaluation of random interruptions in continuous process type manufacturing systems. In: IIE Transactions, 27 (4). pp. 435-443.Full text not available from this repository.
A structured systems methodology was developed to analyse the problems of production interruptions occurring at random intervals in continuous process type manufacturing systems. At a macro level the methodology focuses on identifying suitable investment policies to reduce interruptions of a total manufacturing system that is a combination of several process plants. An interruption-tree-based simulation model was developed for macroanalysis. At a micro level the methodology focuses on finding the effects of alternative configurations of individual process plants on the overall system performance. A Markov simulation model was developed for microlevel analysis. The methodology was tested with an industry-specific application.
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