Design of Logistic Halls

Chapter

Abstract

In a logistic hall or logistic center, physical goods are handled, stored and transported. Due to the manifold of options, partly incompatible goals and unquantifiable influence factors, the optimal design of logistic halls requires special skills, experience and judgment. It cannot be performed by a computer program alone. However, digital simulation, OR-based programs and CAD are useful tools to improve in detail a start solution which has been designed analytically (Armour et Dutta 1963; Arnold 2002; Dangelmaier 1999; Francis et al. 1992; Gudehus 1971; Tompkins et al. 1996).

Keywords

Function Module Ground Area Functional Zone Logistic Center Gate Module 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.HamburgGermany
  2. 2.University of BremenBremenGermany

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