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Research on evaluation method of cigarette manufacturing process capability
by Jianhong Cao; Xu Kong; Qi Ji; Min Zhang
International Journal of Computing Science and Mathematics (IJCSM), Vol. 9, No. 6, 2018

 

Abstract: From the many varieties of cigarette production, production capacity matching, forward-looking and practical perspectives, use the 'expert scoring method' (part integration of the Delphi method) to quantify the evaluation leaf production, manufacture silk leaves, silk leaf expansion, stem silk production, mixing station and other typical blending process; according to the cigarette manufacturing process capability evaluation of technical standards, identify the characteristics and quality control parameters essential items of Hangzhou cigarette factory silk step is 21, use the analytic hierarchy process to analyse and determine the evaluation system weight, build the comprehensive evaluation model process of cigarette production capacity; based on MES system development process, the ability to rapidly evaluation system, so that the information platform for both fully formulated traditional processing and packet processing mode, the full process capability assessment of the production process continued optimisation and product quality steady improvement in guidance.

Online publication date: Fri, 16-Nov-2018

 

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