sistemas de producción tipo kanban: Descripción, componentes, diseño del sistema, y bibliografía relacionada

Oscar Javier Parra Ortega

Resumen


El presente artículo tiene como objeto de estudio, los sistemas de producción tipo ensamble (tree structure) tipo Kanban, mono-producto, con tiempos de procesamiento aleatorios para las estaciones que lo conforman, y con capacidad limitada de producción para cada estación. Adicionalmente, se restringe el análisis de dichos sistemas, para horizontes finitos de producción. Después de una descripción del mecanismo de operación de un sistema Kanban simple, de los elementos que los componen, y del estado del arte en sistemas de producción tipo Kanban, se propone e implementa un modelo heurístico para determinar el número de kanbans, minimizando el costo promedio del inventario en proceso.

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