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|영 문 명||A SIMULATION STUDY OF THE TRANSMISSION CASE LINE IN AN AUTOMOTIVE FACTORY|
|저 자||Dug Hee Moon, Te Xu, Seung Geun Baek, Jun Seok Lee and Woo Young Shin|
|발행정보||Proceedings of Spring Simulation Multiconference 2007, Norfolk, U.S.A., Vol.2, pp.24-29, March 25-29, 2007|
|Keyword||Automotive, transmission case, manufacturing system design, discrete event simulation|
A transmission is a major component of a car that transmits mechanical power from the engine to the wheels. The transmission shop of an automotive factory consists of five sub-lines. They are the machining line of gears, sleeves,
shaft, case and the assembly line. The transmission case is the metal casting part, the shape of which is designed to accommodate the set of multiple gears within the transmission. To produce a transmission case, various machining processes (turning, milling, drilling, rolling, grinding, finishing and burnishing) and measuring processes are required.
This paper introduces a case study of applying simulation to the design of a transmission case line in a Korean automotive factory. The configuration of the
transmission case line and the designing steps for determining the layout are explained. The initial layout is analyzed using the 3D simulation model that is developed with QUEST?, and some ideas for improvements are suggested.