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Title Simulation for industry 4. 0 [electronic resource] : past, present, and future / Murat M. Gunal, editor.

Published Cham : Springer, ©2019.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (299 p.).
Series Springer Series in Advanced Manufacturing
Springer series in advanced manufacturing.
Springer Engineering eBooks 2019 English+International
Contents Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgement of Reviewers; About This Book; Contents; Editor and Contributors; Abbreviations; Simulation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution; 1 Introduction; 2 Historical Outlook; 2.1 A Brief History of Industrial Revolutions; 2.2 Simulation Perspective in Industrial Revolutions; 3 Simulation and Concepts of Industry 4.0; 3.1 Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Digital Twin; 3.2 Vertical and Horizontal Systems Integration and Hybrid Modelling; 3.3 Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) and Training People
3.4 Cloud, Big Data Analytics and Simulation Input Modelling3.5 Internet of Things (IoT) and Designing Connectivity; 3.6 Additive Manufacturing and Product Design; 4 Conclusion; References; Industry 4.0, Digitisation in Manufacturing, and Simulation: A Review of the Literature; 1 Introduction; 2 Review of the Selected Publications Between 2011 and 2019; 2.1 Literature Reviews; 2.2 Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), AR/VR, Visualisation; 2.3 Data Analytics; 2.4 Supply Chain; 2.5 Lean Manufacturing; 2.6 Training People; 2.7 Scheduling and Optimisation; 2.8 Trends; 3 Google Scholar Searches
4 ConclusionReferences; Traditional Simulation Applications in Industry 4.0; 1 Introduction; 2 Simulation Case Studies; 2.1 Healthcare-Denmark Health; 2.2 Manufacturing-John Deere Cast Iron Foundry; 2.3 Logistics-Shell Exploration and Production Company; 2.4 Manufacturing-Defense Contractor; 3 More Than just a Factory; 4 Building a Simple Model; 5 Creating a Data-Driven Model; 6 Adding Performance Tracking and Targets; 7 Summary; References; Distributed Simulation of Supply Chains in the Industry 4.0 Era: A State of the Art Field Overview; 1 Industry 4.0 and Supply Chains
2 Supply Chains and Simulation3 Distributed Simulation; 3.1 Advantages of Distributed Simulation; 3.2 Application Areas of Distributed Simulation; 3.3 Distributed Simulation Protocols and Middleware; 3.4 Distributed Supply Chain Simulation (DSCS); 4 Defining the Scope of the Study; 5 An Overview of the Simulation Techniques; 6 Discrete Event Simulation (DES) Supply Chain Studies; 6.1 DES Studies Enabling Large and Complex SC Models; 6.2 DES Studies Enabling Inter-organisational SC Models; 7 Agent Based Simulation Studies; 7.1 ABS Studies Enabling Large and Complex SC Models
7.2 ABS Studies Enabling Inter-organisational SC Models8 System Dynamic Studies (Including Hybrid Models); 8.1 SD Studies Enabling Large and Complex SC Models; 8.2 SD Studies Enabling Inter-organisational SC Models; 9 Discussion and Conclusions; References; Product Delivery and Simulation for Industry 4.0; 1 Introduction; 2 Applications of Simulation in Real World Product Delivery; 3 Smart Deliveries; 4 Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Product Deliveries; 5 Internet of Things and Delivery Supply Chains; 6 Complexity in Supply Chains and Agent-Based Simulation; 7 Conclusion
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary The book shows how simulations long history and close ties to industry since the third industrial revolution have led to its growing importance in Industry 4.0. The book emphasises the role of simulation in the new industrial revolution, and its application as a key aspect of making Industry 4.0 a reality - and thus achieving the complete digitisation of manufacturing and business. It presents various perspectives on simulation and demonstrates its applications, from augmented or virtual reality to process engineering, and from quantum computing to intelligent management. Simulation for Industry 4.0 is a guide and milestone for the simulation community, as well as those readers working to achieve the goals of Industry 4.0. The connections between simulation and Industry 4.0 drawn here will be of interest not only to beginners, but also to practitioners and researchers as a point of departure in the subject, and as a guide for new lines of study.
Other author Gunal, Murat M.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Manufacturing processes -- Simulation methods.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783030041373 electronic book
3030041379 electronic book