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Modelling of Production Processes and Systems

Subject aims

- to classify a principles of physical and numerical modeling
- to interpret these principles in methods of production processes analysis
- to model a subjects response on processes parameters
- to differentiate methods of analysis following their application
- to describe modelling method
- to apply modelling methods in manufacturing processes


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[2] BOOCH, G., JACOBSON, I., RUMBAUGH, J. The Unified Modeling Language User Guide, Addison Wesley Longman, Inc., 1999
[3] KOBAYASHI, S. aj. Metal Forming and the Finite-Element Method, Oxford
University Press, Oxford
[4] GRONG, O. Metallurgical Modelling of Welding.The Institute of Material,
London, 1994, 581 s., ISBN 0901716375

Advised literature

[1] WIL VAN DER AALST, KEES VAN HEE. Worklflow Management, Models, Methods, and Systems. MIT Press, 2002
[2] WIL VAN DER AALST. Formalization and Verification of Event-driven Process Chains. Information and Software Technology, 41(10):639-650, 1999.

Czech titleModelování výrobních procesů a systémů
English titleModelling of Production Processes and Systems
GuaranteeIng. Vladimíra Schindlerová, Ph.D.
Guarantee departmentDepartment of Mechanical Technology
Language of teachingCzech, English