Recently MeroSpark is lunched with more features and services, now you can ask your question, sell your books, share your notes and many more. Visit https://www.merospark.com/signup/ now and create your account to take full advantage of MeroSpark.

Applications of Simulation | BSc.CSIT | Simulation and Modeling | Fifth Semester

Download our Android App from Google Play Store and start reading Reference Notes Offline.

applications of simulationApplications of Simulation,
Simulation and Modeling Reference Notes
Fifth Semester | Third year
BSc.CSIT | Tribhuvan University (TU)

Simulation model is developed and the behaviour of a system as it evolves over time can be studied. This model takes the form of a set of assumptions concerning the set of operations. Simulation model could be used in wide range of areas. Some of the applications of simulation are as follows;

Applications of Simulation

Manufacturing Applications

  • Analysis of electronics assembly operations
  • Design and evaluation of a selective assembly station for high precision scroll compressor shells.
  • Comparison of dispatching rules for semiconductor manufacturing using large facility models.
  • Evaluation of cluster tool throughput for thin-film head production.
  • Determining optimal lot size for a semiconductor backend factory.
  • Optimization of cycle time and utilization in semiconductor test manufacturing.
  • Analysis of storage and retrieval strategies in a warehouse.
  • Investigation of dynamics in a service oriented supply chain.
  • Model for an Army chemical munitions disposal facility.

Semiconductor Manufacturing

  • Comparison of dispatching rules using large-facility models.
  • The corrupting influence of variability.
  • A new lot-release rule for wafer fabs.
  • Assessment of potential gains in productivity due to proactive retied management.
  • Comparison of a 200 mm and 300 mm X-ray lithography cell.
  • Capacity planning with time constraints between operations.

Military Applications

  • Modeling leadership effects and recruit type in a Army recruiting station.
  • Design and test of an intelligent controller for autonomous underwater vehicles.
  • Modeling military requirements for non-war fighting operations.
  • Multi trajectory performance for varying scenario sizes.
  • Using adaptive agents in U.S. Air Force retention.
(Visited 96 times, 1 visits today)

Posted By : Digvijay | Comment RSS | Category : Fifth Semester
Tag :

Post a Comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *

*
*

Wordpress DMCA
Community | Toolbar | Android App | Founder/Developer : Hari Prasad Chaudhary | CSIT Portal Manager : Digvijay Chaudhary