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Title: Modeling a production line using system modeling language (SysML)
Authors: Muhammad Al Amin Ismail.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Manufacturing::Plant engineering
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: This paper studied the functionality and feasibility of the System Modeling Language (SysML) in the manufacturing sector. SysML is a computer language used in the computer science field for communication and presentation of ideas. The use of graphic and text as a communication medium has put SysML ahead of other modeling languages. SysML is designed to present complicated, complex systems with high technological-knowledge requirements into simple, uncluttered plan in an intelligible manner. The major advantage of SysML is the ability to show interconnectivity between systems in a system-of-systems model. This enables SysML to provide traceability upon modeling the system. SysML has been used on complex and advance systems of products such as hand-phones, hybrid vehicles and even military aircrafts. However, most of the systems modeled are those products that operate using discrete systems. This project challenges SysML competency in modeling a production line which is a sub-controlled multiple-inputs single-output system (continuous system) and also its traceability feature.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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