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Delimiting the linear area on the problems of assembly line balancing with minimal ergonomic risk

Author
Bautista, J.; Batalla, C.; Alfaro, R.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management. International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management. International IIE Conference
Date of publication
2015
Presentation's date
2015-07-07
Book of congress proceedings
Engineering Systems and Networks: the way ahead for industrial engineering and operations management
First page
121
Last page
129
DOI
10.13140/RG.2.1.1543.0248
Project funding
DPI2010-16759. PROTHIUS-III: Programación Restringida de Operaciones en Talleres Híbridos Integrados sobre Unidades en Secuencia. Industria del automóvil (aspectos económicos, jurídicos y sociales)
Factor Humano e Incertidumbre sobre la Secuenciación y el Equilibrado en Líneas de Modelos Mixtos
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/28548 Open in new window
URL
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Abstract
In this paper we propose to incorporate some working conditions to the assembly lines. For this, used a mathematical model to solve the assembly line balancing problem whose objective is minimizing the ergonomic risk, imposing the limitation of the cycle time, number of workstations and the maximum linear area for each station. A study is presented through a case study that corresponds to an assembly line from Nissan’s plant in Barcelona.
Citation
Bautista, J.; Batalla, C.; Alfaro, R. Delimiting the linear area on the problems of assembly line balancing with minimal ergonomic risk. A: International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management. International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management. International IIE Conference. "Engineering Systems and Networks: the way ahead for industrial engineering and operations management". Aveiro: 2015, p. 1-8.
Keywords
Assembly Line Balancing, Ergonomic Risk, Linear Area
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