Development of an Interactive Simulation of Steel Cord Manufacturing for Industrial Engineering Education
The Student’s Interface
We developed an interactive simulation program to be used in industrial engineering education, based on an earlier simulation study of a steel cord manufacturing plant. In the class project, the students are asked to design strategies/algorithms for finding the optimal values of operational decision variables by using the program.
Saka, B., Ertek, G. and Turkseven, C. H. (2006). “Development of an interactive simulation of steel cord manufacturing for industrial engineering education.” 5th International Symposium on Intelligent Manufacturing Systems, Sakarya, Turkey.
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