8_Constraint Management (2)_STD

# 8_Constraint Management (2)_STD - Constraint Management(2...

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Constraint Management (2) Operations Management – Here, There, and Everywhere . . .

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Slide Agenda ~ 10 minutes LAST SESSION: Key Takeaways ~ 30 minutes Problem Demo KRM-7 Problem 13: Student Worksheet & Solution Solution will be demonstrated in Excel Solution file will be uploaded separately after class ~ 40 minutes VIDEO The GOAL: Questions to Think About REMINDERS: Bring name tents to class Are you 50% done on Team-Based Homework Assignment 1?
LAST SESSION: Key Takeaways

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Slide LAST SESSION Bottleneck = Constraint in the system Resource or task whose demand exceeds its capacity Inventory or queue in front of it To speed up system, reduce processing time of bottleneck Cycle time = (processing time of bottleneck) Cycle time . . . Throughput rate and Throughput time Throughput time = 1/Throughput rate Throughput time of a unit = Sum of processing times for Unit 1 through a line process Units that are sequentially released into a line process Otherwise, Throughput Time = Sum of processing times + Sum of waiting times
KRM-7 Problem 13

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• Fall '14
• mins, Cycle time, bottleneck spread problem

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