Priority Rule-based Planning Approaches for Regeneration Processes

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Priority Rule-based Planning Approaches for Regeneration Processes. / Hoffmann, Luise Sophie; Kuprat, Thorben; Kellenbrink, Carolin; Schmidt, Matthias; Nyhuis, Peter.

in: Procedia CIRP, Jahrgang 59, 2017, S. 89-94.

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title = "Priority Rule-based Planning Approaches for Regeneration Processes",
abstract = "Regeneration comprises the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of complex capital goods such as jet engines, wind turbines and stationary gas turbines. Service providers of such regeneration processes face many challenges, including the variability of regeneration paths due to the availability of different repair procedures. In addition, conditions for regeneration processes are defined by the high requirements for logistical performance, e.g., short delivery times and strong adherence to delivery dates set by customers. To meet these requirements, it is essential to efficiently plan regeneration processes. If constraints are not met, regeneration service providers risk heavy penalties and a loss of customers. In this paper, we present methods that, with the aid of priority rules, provide support in planning regeneration processes. These priority rules can be applied to different steps within the planning process: on a higher planning level, priority rules can be implemented to sequence orders and thus to optimize logistical performance. On a more detailed planning level, priority rules can be used to decide on the regeneration path and to schedule the particular regeneration steps. Both successive planning approaches take into account customer requirements as well as targets set by the service provider.",
keywords = "complex capital good, planning, priority rules, regeneration, Engineering",
author = "Hoffmann, {Luise Sophie} and Thorben Kuprat and Carolin Kellenbrink and Matthias Schmidt and Peter Nyhuis",
note = "Peer-review under responsibility of the scientifi c committee of the The 5th International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services (TESConf 2016)",
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AU - Hoffmann, Luise Sophie

AU - Kuprat, Thorben

AU - Kellenbrink, Carolin

AU - Schmidt, Matthias

AU - Nyhuis, Peter

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N2 - Regeneration comprises the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of complex capital goods such as jet engines, wind turbines and stationary gas turbines. Service providers of such regeneration processes face many challenges, including the variability of regeneration paths due to the availability of different repair procedures. In addition, conditions for regeneration processes are defined by the high requirements for logistical performance, e.g., short delivery times and strong adherence to delivery dates set by customers. To meet these requirements, it is essential to efficiently plan regeneration processes. If constraints are not met, regeneration service providers risk heavy penalties and a loss of customers. In this paper, we present methods that, with the aid of priority rules, provide support in planning regeneration processes. These priority rules can be applied to different steps within the planning process: on a higher planning level, priority rules can be implemented to sequence orders and thus to optimize logistical performance. On a more detailed planning level, priority rules can be used to decide on the regeneration path and to schedule the particular regeneration steps. Both successive planning approaches take into account customer requirements as well as targets set by the service provider.

AB - Regeneration comprises the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of complex capital goods such as jet engines, wind turbines and stationary gas turbines. Service providers of such regeneration processes face many challenges, including the variability of regeneration paths due to the availability of different repair procedures. In addition, conditions for regeneration processes are defined by the high requirements for logistical performance, e.g., short delivery times and strong adherence to delivery dates set by customers. To meet these requirements, it is essential to efficiently plan regeneration processes. If constraints are not met, regeneration service providers risk heavy penalties and a loss of customers. In this paper, we present methods that, with the aid of priority rules, provide support in planning regeneration processes. These priority rules can be applied to different steps within the planning process: on a higher planning level, priority rules can be implemented to sequence orders and thus to optimize logistical performance. On a more detailed planning level, priority rules can be used to decide on the regeneration path and to schedule the particular regeneration steps. Both successive planning approaches take into account customer requirements as well as targets set by the service provider.

KW - complex capital good

KW - planning

KW - priority rules

KW - regeneration

KW - Engineering

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U2 - 10.1016/j.procir.2016.09.028

DO - 10.1016/j.procir.2016.09.028

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AN - SCOPUS:85017428094

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SP - 89

EP - 94

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JF - Procedia CIRP

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