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Steel Assembly Simulation Project

Discrete Event Simulation

The client for this project is a multinational conglomerate that focuses on industrial engineering and steel production. PMC offered a discrete-event simulation model to evaluate the design of a new production line and to validate the throughput capacity that the client envisioned. Our utilization of discrete-event simulation techniques allowed the client to test different layout and process configurations in the design phase of their project before committing to a large capital investment. 

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Steel Assembly Simulation

 

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