L. Krestyanpol

Èlektron. model. 2022, 44(2):107-117



Any production process consists of separate but interconnected by a certain sequence of elements: backlog, workplace, workplace operation, workflow. Using these elements, their parameters and establishing connections between them, it is possible to design models of processes of varying complexity. It is most convenient to replace each element graphically and use a block diagram when creating a simulation model. The article considers the issues of methodology for preparation of production system objects models for carrying out simulation modeling. The peculiarities of the engineering approach to construction of simulation models of preparing production section are noted. Attention is paid to software products which are used for simulation of machine-building enterprises.


simulation modeling, production process, simulation modeling systems, model.


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