Fuzzy logic application for extruders replacement problem

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Edison Conde Perez dos Santos
Fabio Luiz Peres Krykhtine
Carlos Alberto Nunes Cosenza
Armando Celestino Gonçalves Neto

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In a scenario of uncertainty and imprecision, before taking the replacement analysis, a manager needs to consider the uncertain reality of a problem. In this scenario, the fuzzy logic makes an excellent option. Therefore, it is necessary to make a decision based on the fuzzy model. This study is based on the comparison of two methodologies used in the problem of asset replacement. The study, thus, was based on a comparison between two extruders for polypropylene yarn bibliopegy, comparing mainly the costs involved in maintaining the equipment.


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