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Energy control of production systems : Tool proposal to help design Discrete Event Simulation models integrating energy.

Abstract : Todays, industries are compelled to innovate and improve their sustainability under economic, political and social pressure in a highly competitive market and within an increasing societal conscience towards environmental issues. In this context, several initiatives have been carried out at both academic and industrial levels to improve energy performance in the production phase. In parallel with technological advances, energy savings by production organization are not always exploited because of a lack of comprehension on the energy behavior of manufacturing systems. To solve this problem, Discrete Event Simulation is a reliable solution, but several barriers still prevent its industrial use: literature approaches lack genericity and reliable procedures for integrating energy consumption data in complex cases. The objective of our work is to propose a simulation tool allowing to predict the energy consumption of manufacturing systems, it serves as a tool to help decision-making to enhance energy performance and productivity usually considered as conflicting goals. This tool is designed following a generic and flexible approach to model and simulate workflows and energy flows in a single platform. In addition, a methodology for integrating complex energy consumption data, based on a stochastic approach, is proposed. Validation of our approach and our tool is carried out in the field of polymer processing.
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Meriem Kouki. Energy control of production systems : Tool proposal to help design Discrete Event Simulation models integrating energy.. Automatique. Université Bretagne Loire, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017NANT4072⟩. ⟨tel-02485344⟩

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