Digital twin na manufatura: Uma revisão sistemática da literatura / Digital twin in manufacture: A systematic review of literature

Luiz Felipe Simioni Ditzel, Patrick Fonseca Alexandre, Robson Seleme, Wiliam de Assis Silva, Izabel Cristina Zattar

Abstract


O digital twin está sendo considerado uma grande ferramenta na Indústria 4.0. As tecnologias atuais de comunicação e informação, incluindo processamento de dados, armazenamento e transmissão sem fio, podem ser aproveitadas para refletir o ambiente físico num ambiente virtual. Para entender como o digital twin pode auxiliar a manufatura, este artigo tem como objetivo investigar como ele vem sendo utilizado, através da metodologia da revisão sistemática de literatura. Foi possível analisar o crescimento dos estudos a partir de 2016, em que a engenharia possui a parcela mais significativa dos documentos publicados. Sendo assim, apresentando as diversas aplicações possíveis para o tema, suas vantagens e a necessidade de ser utilizados em conjunto com as outras tecnologias da indústria 4.0. Dentre as principais vantagens estão a assertividade e previsibilidade, pois a cópia virtualizada simula condições reais de operação.


Keywords


Gêmeos Digitais, Manufacturing, Industry 4.0

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv6n9-158

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