Learning scenarios in SAP for wind turbines manufacturing

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Gabriela Prostean
Cristian Vasar
Olivia Giuca


The paper presents a conceptual model of learning scenarios in SAP, so that it is easily assimilated by students who still do not have direct contact with activities in the economic environment. The case study is configured for different planning situations acquisitions, necessary for obtaining the raw materials for wind turbines, more specifically for obtaining the generator, which is a standard equipment. The different scenarios presented in the conceptual model are designed, that it’s not as easy to increase the nacelle, respectively the generator manufacturing capacity as it is with other components. Based on this model, the students can learn to work both with concrete transactions of “Purchase orders” for certain and isolate orders and as well with transactions of a “Scheduling agreement” for firm orders that last long periods of time. This model demonstrates that the challenge of any new processes of generator manufacturing can be defined in SAP (Systems, Applications, and Products), as one of the main providers of the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software package.


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Prostean, G., Vasar, C., & Giuca, O. (2016). Learning scenarios in SAP for wind turbines manufacturing. World Journal of Environmental Research, 6(1), 07-13. https://doi.org/10.18844/wjer.v6i1.940


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