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Publication Citation: Synthesis of Manufacturing and Facility Data for Sustainability Analysis

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Author(s): John L. Michaloski; Guodong Shao; Swee K. Leong; Frank H. Riddick; Jonatan Berglund; Jorge Arinez; Stephan Biller;
Title: Synthesis of Manufacturing and Facility Data for Sustainability Analysis
Published: June 08, 2012
Abstract: This paper discusses data synthesis of production and facility knowledge for sustainability analysis by applying the ISA 95 "Activity Models of Manufacturing Operations Management" (MOM) model. Presently, production and facility management are "silo" operations, which basically function independently of each other. This paper presents the addition of facility activities to the MOM model, in accordance with the needs for attaining a holistic view of sustainability analysis. Historically, production and facility data are represented in various forms, e.g., data bases, CAD, and spreadsheets, without a common unifying representation. This paper addresses the issue by introduced Core Manufacturing Simulation Data (CMSD) Standard. A case study of the data synthesis for a precision sand casting production facility is provided.
Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2012 ASME International Conference on Manufacturing Science and Engineering
Pages: 11 pp.
Location: Notre Dame, IN
Dates: June 4-8, 2012
Keywords: manufacturing, integration, machine tool
Research Areas: Manufacturing
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