Intensity of logistics processes of production

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Increasing the intensity of the production process is directly related to improving the quality of human life. Today, there is a need for a quick and flexible response to changing consumer priorities. The solution to this complex problem is taken over by logistics. The logistics process is a sequence of operations that are organized in a certain way in time, allowing you to achieve your goals. The subject of the study of the logistics process is the organization, coordination, and optimization of the movement of material and related flows. The structure of the logistics process includes the following links: natural resources; mining; recycling; storage; distribution; transpor- tation of products. A simulation model of the logistics chain consisting of the above-listed links has been devel- oped. Resources are an energy source that feeds the logistics chain and ensures the movement of the material flow. Recycling – transformation, transformation of resources into a specific type of product. Transport – repre- sents active losses. Storage – the delay in the movement of the material flow for the duration of storage. Distribu- tion – costs for the trading sector. Mathematical models for studying the intensity of production processes using the Mathcad program are developed. The analysis was carried out: of a market model of the intensity of the flows of the production process of the market economy with a different resource bases; of a planned model of the inten- sity of the flows of the production process of the planned economy with different resource bases.

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Valery K. Chertykovtsev

Samara National Research University

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Doctor of Engineering, professor of the Department of General and Strategic Management

Russian Federation, 34 Moskovskoye shosse, Samara


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