HW Due 4-28 and 4-30

# HW Due 4-28 and 4-30 - Fig 8.4 Network ﬂows for Problem...

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Unformatted text preview: Fig. 8.4 Network ﬂows for Problem 8.1 Problems Find the relative ﬂow rates for the network displayed in Fig. 8.4. £43m the network of Problem 8.1, consider a CONWIP level of 5 jobs and as- sume that each workstation‘has only one processor. The means of the exponentially distributed service times at the three workstations are. 15 minutes, 30 minutes, and 1 hour, respectively. Using the Mean Value Analysis Algorithm, ﬁnd the expected . cycle time in each workstation, the expected work-in-process in each workstation, the ﬂow rate for each workstation, the total system throughput, and the system cycle time. @ Solve Problem 8.4 except assume that the processing times at the workstations ve the following characteristics: ' Em] = (O.25,0.50,1.0)hr CE = (0.75,1.25,2.o). Doc 9’30 ...
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