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# Lab 5 - 4 Construct Worker-Machine Charts for the case of...

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Lab 7: Multiple Activity Chart February 24, 2011 Megan Farrell Executive Summary

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Purpose The purpose of this lab is intended to familiarize the students with the processes and analysis included in Multiple Activity Charts and Multiple Activity Analysis. This includes making Multiple Activity Charts, understanding the busy member and cycle time, and the economic analysis, to determine the optimum number of machines to be assigned to an operator. Procedure The following steps were performed in conducting this lab: 1. Read the problem statement given on page 4-15. 2. Summarize the relevant data into the table on page 4-16 ( Table _____). 3. Calculate the Optimal number of machines per operator using the formula.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Construct Worker-Machine Charts for the case of one machine per operator. 5. Construct Worker-Machine Charts for the case of two machines per operator. 6. Construct Worker-Machine Charts for the case of three machines per operator. 7. Construct Worker-Machine Charts for the case of four machines per operator. 8. Determine the busy member in each case and the cycle time. 9. Calculate the required information (production time to meet the demand, requirements to meet the demand, and cost of production to meet the demand), and fill in table 4-5 on page 4-16. (Table _____) 10. Determine which operator-machine plan which is most efficient for the company. Findings/Conclusion...
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Lab 5 - 4 Construct Worker-Machine Charts for the case of...

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