2022, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part B
Using the mathematical model of production planning and maintenance operations for the general company of oil products distribution
Author(s): Ali M Almobarqaa and Hichem Kamoun
Abstract: In this study, a mathematical model was made that combines the production and maintenance model with the two-stage supply chain. The model has four main goals, including minimizing production costs, keeping things in good shape, getting things to where they need to go, and making sure the system is as reliable as possible. The data from the General Company for the Distribution of Petroleum Products was put into the mathematical model. The model helped set production plans and maintenance schedules, as well as move products from the Dora refinery to 8 oil depots for storage, and then from the oil depots to the 120 gas stations in Baghdad, where 3 main products were approved (oil white, gasoline, and gas oil). After estimating the parameters of the Whipple distribution for signs of failure, the results showed how reliable the company's system was in the average planning periods. The results showed that the system didn't need to be fixed or replaced during any of the planning periods. In terms of production, there was a surplus of white oil and gasoline producers, but a shortage of gas oil producers during all of the planning periods.
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Ali M Almobarqaa and Hichem Kamoun. Using the mathematical model of production planning and maintenance operations for the general company of oil products distribution. Journal of Mathematical Problems, Equations and Statistics. 2022; 3(2): 115-119.