Simulation Modeling and Analyzing in Underground Haulage Sistems with Arena Simulation Software

Pop-Andonov, Goran and Mirakovski, Dejan and Despodov, Zoran (2012) Simulation Modeling and Analyzing in Underground Haulage Sistems with Arena Simulation Software. International Journal for Science, Technics and Innovations for the Industry MTM (Machines, Tecnologies, Materials). pp. 48-50. ISSN 1313-0226

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: Simulation methods of analysis, supported by increasingly powerful and user-friendly software tools, are gaining greater acceptance as an indispensable aid to business managers,engineers,andanalysts seeking productivity improvements. This paper provides an overview of simulation technology and its effective application to underground haulage system improvement, enumerates and categorizes typical application areas amenable to simulation analysis,and provides case studies as examples. Simulation modeling and analysis, long the specialized province of mathematicians and computer science specialists, has entered the mainstream of methods available to help organizations (whether business, governmental, educational, or mining) increase their efficiency and effectiveness.The proved abilities of simulation to attack a wide range of problems and investigations rest on its abilities to accommodate stochastic variation, analyze discrete or continuous variables, or both, and provide visualization via animation. Within this paper simulation study is presented as an efficient tool for analysis times and costs of underground haulage systems (railway and vehicles) that are used in processes that are characterized by a dynamic character

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Aplying of Simulation anazyling in Transport and Logistics
Subjects: Engineering and Technology > Other engineering and technologies
Divisions: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Depositing User: Goran Pop-Andonov
Date Deposited: 08 Nov 2012 11:21
Last Modified: 23 May 2013 13:02

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