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Lignes d'usinage avec équipements standard : modélisation, configuration et optimisation

Abstract : The study investigated in this thesis proposes methods to design and optimize the configuration of machining lines from standard multi-spindle units. The problem of designing such lines is defined as the selection of a subset of spindle units from the set of all available units and their assignment to workstations such that all
constraints are satisfied and the total cost is minimized. The production rate is insured by imposing a maximal cycle time to not exceed. Moreover, several constraints related to operations as precedence and inclusion constraints are taken into account. The main part of the thesis was devoted to the design
of machining line with parallel activation mode of spindle units at stations. In this case, all spindle-units of the line are activated simultaneously. Two approach were suggested : constraint programming and integer linear programming. Moreover, two generalization were studied and an experimentation were reported to shown performances of the models.
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Sana Belmokhtar. Lignes d'usinage avec équipements standard : modélisation, configuration et optimisation. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00156570⟩



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