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In-Class Excercise part 1 solution

# In-Class Excercise part 1 solution - 1 A manager wants to...

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250/day x 300 days/yr. = 75,000 hotdogs/yr. 2,400 5,000 10,000 Quantity TC Lowest TC 97 500 503 1,000 4,000 6,000 1. A manager wants to assign tasks to workstations as efficiently as possible, and achieve an hourly output of 4 units. The department uses a working time of 56 minutes per hour. Assign the tasks shown in the accompanying precedence diagram (times are in minutes) to workstations using the following rules: a. In order of most following tasks. Tiebreaker: greatest positional weight. b. In order of greatest positional weight. c. What is the efficiency? Desired output = 4 Operating time = 56 minutes Task # of Following tasks Positional Weight A 4 23 B 3 20 C 2 18 D 3 25 E 2 18 F 4 29 G 3 24 H 1 14 I 0 5

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a. First rule: most followers. Second rule: largest positional weight. Assembly Line Balancing Table (CT = 14) Work Station Task Task Time Time Remaining Feasible tasks Remaining I F 5 9 A,D,G A 3 6 B,G G 6 II D 7 7 B, E B 2 5 C C 4 1 III E 4 10 H H 9 1 IV I 5 9 b. First rule: Largest positional weight. Assembly Line Balancing Table (CT = 14) Work Station Task Task Time Time Remaining Feasible tasks Remaining I F 5 9 A,D,G D 7 2 II G 6 8 A, E A 3 5 B,E B 2 3 III C 4 10 E E 4 6 IV H 9 5 I I 5
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• Spring '08
• Rui
• order size, greatest positional weight., largest positional weight, Assembly Line Balancing, Line Balancing Table

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