Time-optimal production control in a manufacturing system

1987-1
BAK, T.
Yurtseven, M. Kudret
This study demonstrates the use of control engineering techniques to regulate the product inventory levels of a workshop in a manufacturing system by manipulating the number of machines and the labour time employed during production. The production policy that minimizes the production time is obtained by time-optimal control techniques.
International Journal of Systems Science

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Citation Formats
T. BAK and M. K. Yurtseven, “Time-optimal production control in a manufacturing system,” International Journal of Systems Science, pp. 2175–2182, 1987, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/51925.