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Proceedings of the 29th conference on Winter simulation - WSC '97
Manufacturing automotive powertrain components (engines and transmissions) is a complex task involving the integration of hundreds of components. Simulation is commonly applied in the design and implementation of such production systems. Examples of such systems are the crankshaft machining line, engine final assembly and transmission final assembly, to name a few. Invariably, different engine and transmission sub-assemblies are machined and assembled on separate systems. The completeddoi:10.1145/268437.268620 fatcat:w2bokzes3fcede3ghkstpwo7ci