Étude d'impact du paramétrage des temps de défilement sur la performance d'un déploiement de la méthode DDMRP

Abstract : For decades, companies have been integrating push flow systems, such as MRP, and pull flow systems born from Kanban. Since 2011, some authors propose a new approach: DDMRP, building a bridge between the two approaches. This method focuses on three types of lead times: classic lead time (time of an order passing through the workshop), cumulative lead time and decoupled lead time. This article deals with the impact of lead times definition on the performance of DDMRP. A design of experiments modelling demand variations is provided to an Arena simulator of a flow shop. Results show that an imprecise choice of initial lead times lead to a decrease in the performance of the system. The performance criteria used are service level and stock level (inventory and work-in-process). Finally, it shows we can have lead times by product as well as by family with close results. These results will allow a better parametrization of DDMRP.
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Guillaume Dessevre, Guillaume Martin, Baptiste Pierre, Jacques Lamothe, Matthieu Lauras. Étude d'impact du paramétrage des temps de défilement sur la performance d'un déploiement de la méthode DDMRP. CIGI QUALITA 2019 - 13eme Conférence Internationale CIGI QUALITA, Jun 2019, Montréal, Canada. papier n°27 (10 p.). ⟨hal-02200540⟩

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