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About CGGericke


    Graduate student in Mechanical Engineering (M. Sc.)
  1. Hi I have a situation where we receive applications only during week days. I have a source with a Rate Table but this only allows me to add the rate per day. The end result is that I am receiving the same number of applications over weekends as what I am receiving during the week. This results in servers being overloaded and queues building up. I would like to have the entities arrive during the 5 days of the week and not over Saturdays and Sundays. I would appreciate your help, although I suppose the answer is very simple. I have not used Simio for a few years and I am try
  2. MEagar, My e-mail is 15992012@sun.ac.za - if you could send me that process logic it would be great! Thanks for all your trouble! ASagan, Thanks for attaching the model I'm going to look at it now. Thank you for all your trouble as well! Regards Carl-Gustaf
  3. Any help would be appreciated tremendously! Sorry I'm only coming back to you now. Thanks!
  4. Hi all, I have been struggling with this problem for a while now. I have vehicles that pick up water from a tank and then take it to a number of smaller tanks. I looked at a simbit (“Pick up and drop off flow”) where entities are used to transport flow between containers. Now I have tried to do this by creating a new transport class but I couldn’t get it working. I need vehicles to do this (and not entities) because they have to travel to drop off the flow at a certain station and then they have to park and wait until they have to travel again. So I’m probably going to assign some sort o
  5. Hi all, I need help and guidance. I started with this dust suppression model and the file that I attached is what I came up with. I am going to make the dusty paths a sub-model but first I want to figure out all of the logic on a smaller scale. Now currently I have three paths that get watered. The water capacity/need of the path is represented by the three tanks and sinks next to them. Tank 1 is the filling station and it can be assumed that there will always be water. So the three paths represented three different levels of traffic. A higher traffic path has a faster flow rate towards
  6. Thank you for the reply! I will let you know once I get it up and running. All the best! Regards Carl-Gustaf
  7. This is my first time using this forum so I hope I am posting this in the correct section. I am currently busy with a problem involving the dust suppression program at an open pit mine. In open pit mines water trucks are used to maintain the condition of haul roads and reduce mine dust. Water trucks load water from refilling stations and traverse the road to spray water. After the water is exhausted, the water truck travels toward one of water stations for refilling and then continues to traverse the roads to satisfy the watering patterns. The water trucks run 24 hours per day.In practice
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