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Unformatted text preview: , » «.mwmgs mama-m, I 84 Interactive Models for Operations and Supply Chain Management 3 Process Simulation Models 85 7. Set the parameters to the values shown below. 9. Set the parameters to the values shown below. Initial Processing Breakdown Initial Processing Breakdown Inventory Time Variability Severity Inventory Time Variability Severity Input 0 4 Extreme Zero 1 Input 0 4 Extreme Severe WCl 0 4 Extreme Severe i I_ WCl 0 4 Extreme Severe WCZ O 6 Zero Zero l WC2 0 4 Extreme Severe WC3 0 4 Zero Zero i WC3 0 4 Extreme Severe WC4 0 4 Zero Zero WC4 0 6 Zero Zero 1 WCS 0 4 Zero Zero WCS O 4 Zero A Zero 4 — .1 b. How does that compare to the same configuration with zero variability and zero b. Is the effect of these changes caused by increased variability? Or by moving the breakdowns for all work centers? Would you conclude that the difference is due to constraint? How could you find out for sure? Perform the necessary experiments to processing variability and disruptions? confirm your hypothesis. 3. Run the simulation for 100 simulator minutes. How many products were complete? I a. Run the simulation for 100 simulator minutes. What happens? 8. Set the parameters to the values shown below. I l——— lnitial Processing Breakdown i Inventory Time Variability Severity Input 0 4 Extreme Severe , l—WC l 0 4 Extreme Severe I O 4 Extreme Severe l 0 6 I WC4 0 4 Zero Zero WCS 0 4 Zero Zero a. Run the simulation 100 simulation minutes. How many units are produced? ...
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