Rational Searching Procedure in Warehouse Design

Mariusz Kostrzewski

Abstract

Designing a warehouse layout is an important problem, which plays a role in a life cycle of a company. Generally, two main types of layout decision problems are mentioned in literature. The first problem is usually called facility layout problem while the second one is internal layout designing problem or aisle configuration problem. Merging them both, the procedure for rational searching of optimal warehouse layout is prepared. It was decided to prepare the procedure as an optimisation procedure of functional and spatial areas. The procedure is a part of the logistics facilities designing method because a sketch layout of logistics facility is an important part of the method of logistic facilities designing. The paper briefly describes the location of the procedure in the method. Regarding functional and spatial layouts designing, model was expanded with mathematical formulas of certain geometrical parameters. Particular emphasis on warehouse geometry is important due to the fact that many other issues depend on these parameters in warehouse designing process. The paper consists of a problem definition, mathematical model formulation and precise descriptions adequate to mathematic notations. What is more, the example of procedure application implemented into the software is given. The software is the implementation of the procedure and the whole method itself.
Author Mariusz Kostrzewski ZPBUT
Mariusz Kostrzewski,,
- Department of Constrctions Fundamentals of Transport Equipment
Journal seriesLogistics and Transport, ISSN 1734-2015
Issue year2016
Vol3
No31
Pages83-103
Publication size in sheets1
Keywords in Englishfacilities planning, facilities design, warehouse design, logistics, warehouse layout, searching procedure, rational searching
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)13
ScoreMinisterial score = 13.0, 28-11-2017, ArticleFromJournal
Ministerial score (2013-2016) = 13.0, 28-11-2017, ArticleFromJournal
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