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Jan-Eric Ståhl

Jan-Eric Ståhl


Jan-Eric Ståhl

A Basic Economic Model for Judging Production Development


  • Jan-Eric Ståhl
  • Carin Andersson
  • Mathias Jönsson

Summary, in English

The described technical-economic model clarifies the influence of different production technological factors on the processing cost of a part. The model represents the fundamental theory for the judging of different types of production development. Various influential factors can be weighted against each other, which leads to different production development scenarios and their effects on the processing cost can be studied. This implies a way to generate a basis of decision by which a company can base their production related development goals. The model describes technical factors influence on the manufacturing cost and represents by that the important link between technical development and economy.


  • Production and Materials Engineering

Publishing year





Proceedings of the 1st International Swedish Production Symposium

Document type

Conference paper


  • Materials Engineering


  • Manufacturing economy
  • cost derivatives
  • deterministic production development
  • manufacturing analyses

Conference name

Swedish Production Symposium 2007

Conference date

2007-08-28 - 2007-08-30

Conference place

Göteborg, Sweden