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Problem_Set_Module_3 - SCM 300 Module 03 Problem Set...

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SCM 300 – Module 03 Problem Set Problem #1 Additional Line Balancing Problem Additional Line Balancing Problem A 15 B 24 24 C 6 D 12 12 E 18 18 F 7 G 11 11 H 9 I 14 14 J 7 K 15 L 10 10 Cycle Time = Cycle Time = Times above are in Seconds!!! Questions for Diagram Questions for Diagram DEMAND = D = 1000 UNITS per 8 HR DAY Find the Cycle Time Find the Sum of Task Times Find the Theoretical Minimum Number of Workstations Balance the Line. Remember to maintain your precedence relationships. What is the Efficiency of your Line? How much Idle time is there on the line you created?
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SCM 300 – Module 03 Problem Set Problem #1 - Solution Find the Cycle Time c = Operating Time/Demand = OT/D = ( 3600 * 8 hours) / 1000 units = 28.8 (Use 28) Find the Sum of Task Times t = (15+24+6+12+18+7+11+9+14+7+15+10) = t = 148 seconds Find the Theoretical Minimum Number of Workstations TM = t / c = 148 / 28 = TM = 5.28 ROUND UP TO 6 A low decimal (0.28) means that fitting everything into six workstations is likely.
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2010 for the course SCM scm 300 taught by Professor Davilas during the Spring '10 term at ASU.

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