Autodesk Factory Design Suite General Discussion

Autodesk Factory Design Suite General Discussion

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jorge.lopera
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FACTORY FORMULATION FOR ENERGY

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11-10-2011 06:41 PM

Hi, I'm trying to understand what is mean of the different report results of "transportation" and "Machine".

 

I am trying to reproduce a concrete batch plant with 2D Layout factory.

 

I have a Sand BIN, a Cement Silo and a Concret Mixed.

 

 

To try I put the Mixer with a energy consumption 1kW.

 

Then at the Routings for the operation of mixer I put 60minutes.

 

There are two Mixer Jobs, then I think could be 120 minutes.

 

 

When I display the "Machine" report appears 250KWH.

 

 

I have tried every way, and cannot understand why happens this.

 

Any idea?

 

Attached the file.

 

 

 

 

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Nexsys de Colombia
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XuesongBai
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Re: FACTORY FORMULATION FOR ENERGY

11-10-2011 09:39 PM in reply to: jorge.lopera

Hi,

Let me explain that:

 

Total Power Consumption (kW.h) = (setup time + processing time) * Part Quantity * Energy Consumption Rate at each operation for all jobs
(Unit of setup and process time should be converted to Hour.)

For Job arena:
Step time =0+0=0
Process Time=0+60min=60min=1hour
Total Power Consumption (kW.h)_arena=(0+1hour)*150*1KW=150KW.H

For Job cemento:
Step time =0+0=0
Process Time=0+60min=60min=1hour
Total Power Consumption (kW.h)_cemento=(0+1hour)*100*1KW=100KW.H

So Total Power Consumption for all jobs= 150+100=250KW.H

 

Thanks,

-Xuesong

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jorge.lopera
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Registered: ‎09-21-2006
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Re: FACTORY FORMULATION FOR ENERGY

11-11-2011 03:36 AM in reply to: XuesongBai

Thanks Xuesong,

 

It is enough to solve my question.

 

Do you think that this equation may be explained at wikihelp?

 

Thanks

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Nexsys de Colombia
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