AggregatePlanning-Multi-Product-Problem

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Multi-product Aggregate Planning First write down the formulation as clearly (just like the single product example problem formulation in Single-Product-Model.pdf posted in the class folder on Cannibal), then solve it using Excel (by modifying the single product formulation illustrated in Single-Product- Solution.xls). You should include the formulation and the Excel outputs in a report format, written clearly. Your Excel output should include numerical results and also the cell formulas (printed as screen shots). You may work in groups of two. 1. A company produces two major items: widgets and gizmos. Demands by month are
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Unformatted text preview: given in the table below. Assume 21 days in a month. It takes a worker two days to make a widget and three days to make a gizmo. Currently, there are 32 workers at the plant. To hire a new worker costs $700, and to lay o± an existing worker costs $1000. Workers are paid $2000 per month. A widget costs $250 to make, and a gizmo costs $380. Backorders are nor allowed and the interest rate is 36%. Develop a monthly aggregate production plan for this planning period. Formulate the problem as an LP and then solve it using Excel. Period 1 2 3 4 5 6 Widget 98 98 98 98 98 98 Gizmo 244 246 248 250 251 253 1...
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  • Spring '08
  • Staff
  • example problem formulation, single product formulation, Multi-product Aggregate Planning, Period Widget Gizmo

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