Material flow

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Material flow is the description of the transportation of raw materials, pre-fabricates, parts, components, integrated objects and final products as a flow of entities.[1] The term applies mainly to advanced modeling of supply chain management.

As industrial material flow can easily become very complex, several different specialized simulation tools have been developed for complex systems. Typical tools are:


  1. ^ "What does Material Flow mean?". Retrieved 2024-02-20.