Case Study #4 (Maxi)
- CTD Analysis, Workplace/Tool Design and
Ethics
Introduction
ClipCo, a major manufacturer of ashlights and spotlights for both rst responders and hunters, is concerned about the large
number of cases of cumulative trauma disorders (C

Case Study #9 (Maxi)
- Need for CPOE? Productivity, Delays &
Medical Errors
Introduction
First Medical System (FMS, as many other medical centers in developing countries around the world) is currently considering
implementing a computerized physician orde

Case Study #3 (Maxi)
- Biomechanical Analysis of Lifting
Introduction
Overexertion injuries from lifting and other manual materials handling activities account for 25% of industrial accidents
involving 12 million lost days and $14 billion in costs. In thi

Case Study #1 (Mini)
- Gilbane Gold (Ethics and Societal Concern)
Introduction
The videotape, Gilbane Gold, presents a hypothetical case involving a young engineer, David Jackson, who faces a problem
posed by discharges from his plant, Z Corp, which is lo

Shreyank Patel
2.
a)
RT = a + b H
A = 0.3 sec
H=
= 3.3219
RT = 1 envelope per second
1 = 0.3 +b (3.3219)
B = 0.2107 sec
Bandwidth = 1/b = 4.7455 Bits/Sec
b)
RT = a + b H
a = 0.3
H=
=2
RT = 0.3 + 0.2107 (2) = 0.7214 Sec per Envelope
= 60/0.7214 = 83 Envelo

Shreyank Patel
HW6
3/21/11
8a.)
8b.)
H=
n=2
H = = 1 bit
200 msec + 200 msec = 700 msec
1 bit / 700 msec = 1.428 bit/sec
9.)
I would turn the knob clockwise because it shows arrow turning clockwise to make it cooler
Redesign
To avoid confusion I would get

Shreyank Patel
HW6
3/21/11
8a.)
8b.)
H=
n=2
H=
= 1 bit
200 msec + 200 msec = 700 msec
1 bit / 700 msec = 1.428 bit/sec
9.)
I would turn the knob clockwise because it shows arrow turning clockwise to make it cooler
Redesign
To avoid confusion I would get r

Dharam Sarvaiya
IE 327
Homework # 2
A 95th percentile male is holding a 20 lb load in his outstretched arm in 90 abduction. What
is the reactive torque at the shoulder?
A grievance has been filed by the union at Dorben Co. regarding the final inspection s

Shreyank Patel
2.
a)
RT = a + b H
A = 0.3 sec
H = = 3.3219
RT = 1 envelope per second
1 = 0.3 +b (3.3219)
B = 0.2107 sec
Bandwidth = 1/b = 4.7455 Bits/Sec
b)
RT = a + b H
a = 0.3
H= =2
RT = 0.3 + 0.2107 (2) = 0.7214 Sec per Envelope
= 60/0.7214 = 83 Envel

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Homework Assignment #1
1) Given the following OSHA recordable injuries (i.e. those that must be recorded on the OSHA 200
log and.open to inspection) by job code and type of injury from January 1, 1998 to September 1, 1999,
what can you.conclude abou

1) The current method gives $0.016677/ring and the new method gives $0.00833/ring. The no
of rings needed for a breakeven is: 0.016677x = 500 + 0.00833x. Therefore x = 59,901 rings.
The new method would pay off when the batch is atleat 60,000 rings. Hence

IE 32? - MIDTERM (Fa12)
NAME '-’ L V ‘ A
I have neither given nor received aid on this exam. (signed and dated)
There are 5 problems on 7 pages worth 100 points. The last 3 pages contain formulas, which you may tear off. Show work
for partial credit. Clea

IE 327 - DIIDTERM(Fa11)
NAME EV
I have neither given nor received aid on this exam. (signed and dated)
There are 5 problems on 6 pages worth 100 points. The last DAY
- - Activities
two pages contains formulas, which you may tear off. - completed 3 schedul

IE 327 - MIDTERM (Fa12)
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NAME KL / {J
I have neither given nor received aid on this exam. (signed and dated)
There are 5 problems on 7 pages worth 100 points. The last 3 pages contain formulas, which you may tear off. Show work
for partial credi

' [E 327 - MIDTERM (FaUS)
NAME- have neither given nor received aid on this exam- {signed and dated:
There are 5 problems on 4 pages worth 100 points. The last 2 pages contains formulas, which you may tear off. Closed
bookfnotes. Show work for partial c

Case Study #2 (Mini)
- Job/Worksite Analysis Guide and Flow
Process Chart
Introduction
Use the Job/Worksite Analysis Guide to identify potential problems and further analyses to be used on two different jobs
(available on Angel): the hot end of glass mold

CTD Risk Index
Job Title: Job Description: Cycle Time (in minutes; obtain from videotape) # Cycle/Day = # Parts / Day (if known) # Handmotions / Cycle # Handmotions / Day ( x ) = VCR Counter No.: Department: Date: Analyst:
a
Larger of a or b:
b
Frequen

Dharam Sarvaiya
IE 327
1. The current method gives $0.016677/ring.
The new method gives $0.00833/ring.
The no of rings needed for a breakeven is: 0.016677x = 500 + 0.00833x.
x = 59,901 rings.
The new method would pay off when the batch is at least 60,000

1 of 1
Homework Assignment #1
1) Given the following OSHA recordable injuries (i.e. those that must be recorded on the OSHA 200 log and
open to inspection) by job code and type of injury from January 1, 1998 to September 1, 1999, what can you
conclude abo