Notes 7_Process and Layout

Notes 7_Process and Layout - Module I Part 3 Process...

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IELM120 Module I Part 3 1 Process Selection and Facility Layout
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IELM120 Learning Objectives Describe the major process types and when they should be used Describe the basic layout types and when they should be used Know the concepts behind solving a process layout problem Solve an assembly line balancing problem using heuristic approaches and improve by observation 2
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IELM120 Product and Service Process 3 Continuous (Oil Refinery) Repetitive/Assemble line (automobile) Batch (Bakery) Job Shop (Emergency room) Variety High High Low Low Volume
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IELM120 Type of Process (1) Job shop For low-volume, high variety production Customized goods or services Example: French restaurant Batch Intermittent processing system for moderate volume and moderate to high product variety Semi-standardized goods or services Example: designer clothing, apparels 4
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IELM120 Types of Process (2) Repetitive/Assembly line For high volume and limited variety production Standardized goods or services Example: household appliances Continuous Very high volume of nondiscrete and low variety production Highly standardized goods or services Example: oil refinery, chemical products 5
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IELM120 Types of Process (3) By Projects Job Shop Flow Shop Assembly Line Continuous 6 Flexibility Fixed Cost Variable Cost + - + -
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IELM120 Process Selection: Break Even Analysis 7
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IELM120 Facility Layout Arrangement of departments, work centers, and equipment, emphasis on movement of work (customer or materials) through the system Example: Innovations at McDonald’s Indoor seating (1950s) Drive-through window (1970s) Adding play areas (1990s) New Kitchen Layout (2000s) 8
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IELM120 McDonald’s New Kitchen Layout New kitchen layout Sandwiches assembled in order
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