The word “simulation” is defined as “the imitation of the operation of a real-world process or system over time.” With this definition in mind, it is easy to understand why simulation is ubiquitous in engineering and industrial organizations; imitating a real-world process or system allows experts to study the process or system they are interested in within a controlled, repeatable environment.

Applying simulation methods to manufacturing can yield enormous benefits including:

  • Identifying manufacturing bottlenecks and opportunities to increase throughput
  • Identifying cost savings opportunities such as optimization of direct and indirect labor
  • Validating the expected performance of new or existing production facilities or value streams



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