A Universal Mobile Packaging Line and its Operating Capability Simulation
Keywords:Container ISO 1C, configured load, mounted hall, pallet unit, queuing theory, simulation
The paper presents a universal mobile packaging line prototype as the outcome of a defence development project assigned by the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic. It is a facility designed for disassembling military as well as other material, and assembling supply units on standard-size disposable pallets suitable for road and air transportation. In the practical part, basic tactical-technical data of the universal mobile packaging line and its operating capabilities are determined using simulation software and the queuing theory.
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