You can open up the Sankey in the global 2D View by pressing the Sankey Button.
Two "input variables" are required to display the Sankey diagram:
The material flow defined in the supply chain with the defined surfaces and the stop points assigned to the material area.
The calculation of the load carriers per day from the logistics quantity structure.
You can find out more about the calculation of load carriers per day here.
For the visualization in the Sankey diagram all defined LOG-IDs are considered and analyzed, whether the material flow takes place between two certain areas - i.e. source and sink for each transport between two levels.
The load carriers per day that are transported between these two specific areas per day are then summed up.
The Sankey diagram is updated after the following changes have been saved:
Products per day (production data submodule)
Parts per product (logistics quantity structure)
Installation rate (logistical quantity enemy scaffold)
Delivery quota (logistics quantity structure)
Parts per load carrier (logistics quantity structure)
Material area descriptions (supply chain editor or reimport Logistical quantity structure with overwriting of material areas)
On this basis the subdivision into the three colour categories takes place. Initially, the Sankey diagram always shows the distribution of the total quantity of load carriers per day up to 1/3 green and from 2/3 red. In between is the yellow area. The number of load carriers per day is differentiated by two categories:
Color of arrows
Strength of arrows
As of Release 2019-02, the Sankey diagram can be displayed individually by adjusting the threshold values and colors. The setting can be made as soon as the mouse moves over the legend of the Sankey diagram. A configuration window opens as soon as you click on the Set button.
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