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Testing the Replenishment Model Strategy Using Software Tecnomatix Plant Simulation

  • Peter Trebuna
  • Miriam PekarcikovaEmail author
  • Marek Kliment
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Abstract

Nowadays, simulation tools are used to create the supply strategy of the company, which enable to create variant solutions in digital form and to find the optimal variant without intervention in real production. In this article, a simulation model of procurement for demand-driven consumption is created using software Tecnomatix Plant Simulation. It deals with the creation of a replenishment strategy simulation model, which is based on the P-Q inventory management model. The fundamental of these models is based either on ordering in a fixed amount, resp. at regular supply intervals. This decision depends on the nature of the product and its demand. Software tool Tecnomatix Plant Simulation allows creating such a model and simulating the behaviour of the system under defined conditions and testing possible variants of the potential solutions.

Keywords

Simulation Model Inventory Replenishment 

Notes

Acknowledgement

This article was created by implementation of the grant project VEGA 1/0708/16 Development of a new research methods for simulation, assessment, evaluation and quantification of advanced methods of production, KEGA 030TUKE-4/2017 Implementation of innovative instruments for increasing the quality of higher education in the 5.2.52 Industrial engineering field of study and APVV-17-0258 Digital engineering elements application in innovation and optimization of production flows.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter Trebuna
    • 1
  • Miriam Pekarcikova
    • 1
    Email author
  • Marek Kliment
    • 1
  1. 1.Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Management, Industrial and Digital EngineeringTechnical University in KosiceKošiceSlovakia

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