Schedule process modelling of a “wood processing SME” based on IEC/EN 62264 standard

  • 1 Dept. of Industrial Automation, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy Bul. Kl. Ohridski 8, Sofia, Bulgaria


The purpose of the research is to present a solution to production planning optimization problems, in cases of short-term customer orders and variable production load. The main reasons for the emergence of the task are the introduction of SMEs to unregulated electricity market and the increasing price of electricity due to the imposition of additional components in the formation of the price.The lack of traditional market and the small number of regular customers of SMEs make it difficult to forecast electricity consumption, and therefor impractical to request electricity for long-term periods of time. A possible solution related to the implementation of operational management systems, which, through the introduction of standard models, will enable the implementation of optimization algorithms for production planning.



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