Institute of Production Systems and Logistics Research Publications
Disassembly sequencing in the regeneration of complex capital goods

Disassembly sequencing in the regeneration of complex capital goods

Categories Konferenz (reviewed)
Year 2020
Authors Lucht, T.; Heuer, T.; Nyhuis, P.
Published in Nyhuis, P.; Herberger, D.; Hübner, M. (Eds.): Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Production Systems and Logistics (CPSL 2020), 2020, S. 12-20

Despite constantly increasing condition monitoring parallel to operation, maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) processes in the regeneration of complex capital goods are still characterised by a high degree of uncertainty regarding the capacity and material demands to be expected from a regeneration order. In order to meet the committed delivery times and dates, the disassembly at the beginning of the regeneration supply chain is of particular importance for the performance of the entire downstream regeneration process. High potential for improving logistical performance lies in an intelligent and logistics-oriented sequencing strategy in disassembly. In addition to technical-physical boundary conditions, the interaction of the disassembly process with downstream process steps and additional other control measures must also be taken into account. The logistical description and evaluation of the sequencing-oriented measures for improving the logistical performance of disassembly in the context of the regeneration of complex capital goods makes their modelling a necessary prerequisite and basis. This paper presents a basic logistical design and modelling approach.


Disassembly; MRO; regeneration; complex capital goods; condition monitoring