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# chapter15_ls - However it might be better to go to 4 cycles...

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Lecture Suggestions - Chapter 15 Example 1: Level Capacity Loading 1. Select the Example 1 worksheet 2. 3. 4. Determine Number of Cycles, first note that there is no value that will divide into each quantity and yield an integer. Following are some choices: Cycles = 2, Units short: A - 1, B - 0, C - 1 Cycles = 3, Units short: A - 1, B - 1, C - 2 Cycles = 4, Units short: A - 3, B - 0, C - 1 Cycles = 5, Units short: A - 2, B - 0, C - 1 Suppose you choose Cycles = 5. 5. 6. 7. distribute the units short something like A in cycles 1, 3, and 5 and B in 3.
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Unformatted text preview: However it might be better to go to 4 cycles. Clear worksheet (press Clear and confirm with OK). Enter Quantities for A, B, and C: 7, 16, 5 Enter Units per Cycle for A, B, and C: 1, 3, 1 (largest integer in 5 cycles). Distribute Units Short: A in cycle 2 and 4, C in cycle 3. If the requirement for A is raised to 8 units, and you decide you stay with 5 cycles, you might...
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