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Layout examples - Department Room Total Movement 10125 A...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Layouts How are problems laid out in the book? Example Stovetop Departments A B C D E F This inbetweens are always # of trips A 30 40 60 80 10 We don't care about A-B etc Layout of dials on stovetop is confusing B 25 50 65 35 Layout effects mistakes, quality and efficiency C 45 70 50 D 95 55 The biggest number is the biggest need Theme 1: randomness E 60 So E-D have the biggest need to be close together Theme 2: Operations affects so much F 10 A(1) E(2) C(3) 10 So you would put D-E close together Example Pantry B(4) D(5) F(6) E should be in the middle because we want everything close to E If there is a layout you always know where things are Short Diagonal 15 A-E have the second most need Examples: put things you need the most closest to you Long Diagonal 25 Exceptions: heavy can POM -> Layout -> # of rooms -> symmetric -> 6 rooms 6 departments ->input values -> method - pairwise comparison
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Unformatted text preview: Department Room Total Movement 10125 A Room 6 F D B B Room 3 C E A C Room 4 Types of Operations D Room 2 E Room 5 F Room 1 (i.e. print, machiene) POM -> Layout -> # of rooms -> symmetric -> 6 rooms 6 departments ->input values -> method - explicit enumeration (i.e. different for every customer Department Room Total Movement 10125 A Room 1 room 4 so D has to be in room 4 B Room 4 Give the new layout and show how much it affected the cost C Room 3 "Fixed Room" D Room 5 Put that D has to be in room 4 E Room 2 F Room 6 Flow shop- assembly line Job shop- selling its ability to do almost anything you want Most common on the test ? Example - D produces a hazardous waste and out hazardous waste is n...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course MSOM 3101 taught by Professor Levi during the Fall '08 term at Temple.

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