Chap006 - Chapter 06 - Process Selection and Facilities...

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Chapter 06 - Process Selection and Facilities Layout Chapter 06 Process Selection and Facilities Layout True / False Questions 1. Continuous processing is the best way to produce customized output. FALSE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 3 Taxonomy: Knowledge 2. As a general rule, continuous processing systems produce products for inventory rather than for customer order. TRUE Difficulty: Medium TLO: 3 Taxonomy: Knowledge 3. A Job-Shop processing system generally requires less skilled workers than a continuous processing system. FALSE Difficulty: Medium TLO: 3 Taxonomy: Knowledge 4. Avoiding bottlenecks is the primary goal of product design. FALSE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 8 Taxonomy: Knowledge 6-1
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Chapter 06 - Process Selection and Facilities Layout 5. In general, Job-Shop systems have a lower unit cost than continuous systems do because continuous systems use costly specialized equipment. FALSE Difficulty: Hard TLO: 3 Taxonomy: Knowledge 6. A robot consists of three parts: a power supply, a controller, and a mechanical arm. TRUE Difficulty: Medium TLO: 4 Taxonomy: Knowledge 7. Continuous production has been a significant factor underpinning the U.S. standard of living over the last century. TRUE AACSB: RT Difficulty: Medium TLO: 3 Taxonomy: Synthesis 8. Right-sized equipment tends to be larger than equipment used in traditional process layout. FALSE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 4 Taxonomy: Knowledge 9. Intermittent processing can take the form of batch processing or a job shop. TRUE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 7 Taxonomy: Knowledge 6-2
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Chapter 06 - Process Selection and Facilities Layout 10. The term computer aided manufacturing (CAM) refers primarily to the use of robotics in a manufacturing process. FALSE AACSB: IT Difficulty: Medium TLO: 4 Taxonomy: Knowledge 11. Flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) bring the benefits of automation to continuous processes. FALSE AACSB: IT Difficulty: Hard TLO: 4 Taxonomy: Knowledge 12. Repetitive processing systems usually produce goods specifically for customer orders rather than for inventory. FALSE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 7 Taxonomy: Knowledge 13. Morale problems can be a reason for redesign of a facility layout. TRUE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 6 Taxonomy: Knowledge 6-3
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Chapter 06 - Process Selection and Facilities Layout 14. There are three basic process types – Input, Processing and Output. FALSE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 3 Taxonomy: Knowledge 15. A cafeteria line would be an example of a process focused layout. FALSE Difficulty: Medium TLO: 7 Taxonomy: Knowledge 16. A possible disadvantage of a product layout is an inflexible system. TRUE Difficulty: Easy TLO: 8 Taxonomy: Knowledge 17. Product layouts involve high utilization of labor and equipment.
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Chap006 - Chapter 06 - Process Selection and Facilities...

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