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Optimized Modular Production Networks in the Process Industry

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Abstract

One innovative production concept is currently highly discussed in the process industry: transformable, modular plant designs implemented in standardized transportation iso-containers Buchholz (Chem Eng Process: Process Intensif, 49(10):993–995, 2010, [3]).

Keywords

  • Customer Demand
  • Production Network
  • Plant Design
  • Flexible Production
  • Shorten Product Life Cycle

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Wörsdörfer, D., Lutter, P., Lier, S., Werners, B. (2017). Optimized Modular Production Networks in the Process Industry. In: Dörner, K., Ljubic, I., Pflug, G., Tragler, G. (eds) Operations Research Proceedings 2015. Operations Research Proceedings. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-42902-1_58

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