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Throughput for steel pipes manufacturing process design

N. Fafandjel ; Technical Faculty, University of Rijeka, Croatia
A. Zamarin ; Technical Faculty, University of Rijeka, Croatia
T. Mikac ; Technical Faculty, University of Rijeka, Croatia

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 497 Kb

str. 335-338

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Conventional approach to pipe manufacturing process design is using capacity to satisfy maximal load for each process. In the new approach, throughput is suggested as a basic determinant aiming at finding dynamic balance among following and previous process phases. Throughput is defined by the interval of time between product exiting from the preceding process phase and its entry to the next one. Interval of time for the product delivery from the preceding phase must be less or equal as the amount of time necessary for activating the next phase. Knowing the performances of the next phase one can impact to the characteristics of the preceding phase. Throughput can be also used as a more precise way for observed process productivity measurement. Such approach is suggested and for other complex technological processes.

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technological process, steel pipe manufacturing, throughput, capacity

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