Multiple Units Product A goes through the following workstations V 25 min Y 5

Multiple units product a goes through the following

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Multiple Units Product A goes through the following workstations: V (25 min), Y (5 min), and X (30 min). Product B: Y (15 min) and X (25 min). Product C: W (20 min), Z (10 min), X (15 min) and Y (5 min). Product D: W (20 min), Z (5 min) and Y (30 min). Product E: V (20 min), W (30 min), Z (10 min). Product F: X (30 min) The weekly demand for the products is given by A: 70 units, B: 60 units, C: 75 units, D: 90 units, E: 80 units, F: 50 units. There are 5 workers (1 for each of the 5 work centers V, W, X, Y, Z) (a) Which of the workstations has the highest total workload, and thus serves as the bottleneck? 0 3350 0 5700 6225 0 4325 0 3000 (b) Can the firm meet the demand if the plant runs 3 shifts/day (=150 hours/week)? How long does it take to produce 1 unit? How long does it take to produce 2 units?
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P ROCESS AND V ARIABILITY OM Triangle Which of the following is/are not a tradeoff element in the OM Triangle? A. Capacity B. Efficiency C. Information D. Inventory E. Performance Queuing Analysis The Sauder Undergraduate Office currently has 2 receptionists at the desk. Students arrive at the UGO at a rate of 10 per hour. Each receptionist can service 20 per hour if need be. What type of queue model is this? question i-v maintaining the same arrival and service rate as the previous question. What: i.type of queue model is this?
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