IE383 Assignment 7 Due Date: Monday, March 7, 2010 BEFORE class Problem 1 The forecasted demands for the next 10 months are given below. Month Jan Feb March April May Jun July August September Oct Hiring Firing Overtime Regular Production Subcontract Inve
IE 383 Assignment 8 Due Wednesday, March 24 BEFORE class
Product tree for GPS VV26. Demand for the next 12 months
Month Deman d 1 14 2 10 3 22 4 18 5 0 6 15 7 0 8 24 9 20 10 25 11 30 12 22
Beginning inventory and scheduled receipts
GPS VV26 Receiver sys S
IE 383 Assignment 9 You do not have to turn this assignment in. Problem 1 VV26 Inc. is the lone distributor of a unique industrial plastic container. The estimated annual demand is 15,000 units, annual holding cost is $5 per container and it costs $2,000
IE 383 Assignment 3 solution Some steps are omitted, but you should show your steps in your homework solutions.
Problem 1. a.) This is a minisum problem that utilizes rectilinear distance w/ consideration of travel frequency (weight). We can solve the pro
Station 1 Task: A,C,B A Time: 19 mins
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StationC 2 D Task: D,G,F E Time: 19 mins
IE G 383 StationAssignment 11 solution 3 F Task: E,H,J H Time: 18 mins I The table below indicates the steps, precedence and processing time to assemble J VV26. As an Industr
Station 1 Task: A,C,B A Time: 19 mins
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StationC 2 D Task: D,G,F E Time: 19 mins
IE G 383 StationAssignment 11 solution 3 F Task: E,H,J H Time: 18 mins I The table below indicates the steps, precedence and processing time to assemble J VV26. As an Industr
IE 383 Assignment 11 Due April 19, Monday The table below indicates the steps, precedence and processing time to assemble VV26. As an Industrial Engineer, you are required to design a line that produces 125 VV26 in a 40 hours shift. Using the given inform
IE 383 Assignment 10 Due April 12, Monday Please keep two decimal points for all the results. Problem 1 (Please carefully follow the instructions and answer questions and subquestions in order)
Job Proc Time Due Date A 7 30 B 6 50 C 5 42 D 14 45 E 8 52 F
IE 38300 Integrated Production Systems I (Spring 2011)
MWF 10:30 AM 11:20 AM Instructor: TA: GRISSOM 180
Dr. Y. Yih (yih@purdue.edu) Grissom 261 Office Hours: MW 11:20 -12:00 pm or by appointment Varun Ramamohan (vramamoh@purdue.edu), Joonyup Eun (eunj@pu
ECE 201 Spring 2011 Homework Sets (All problems are from the 3rd edition of DeCarlo and Lin) HW Set #1 Due W 1/12 HW Set #2 Due F 1/14 HW Set #3 Due W 1/19 1. Chapter 1 prob. 1 (For part e, please use Figure P1.1b.) 2. Chapter 1 prob. 7(a) 3. Chapter 1 pr
MGMT 201 TOPICS ON MIDTERM 1 FALL 2010 Below is an extended list of the topics/tools that we have studied so far. To help focus your attentions, I list below the four major areas that we have covered: 1. 2. 3. 4. Cost definitions and the flow of costs Pro
IE383 Assignment 6 Due Date: Monday, February 28, 2011 BEFORE class Problem 1
Year Demands 1 1085 2 1467 3 2100 4 2894 5 3458 6 4232 7 5118 8 6543
Given the information above forecast the data for year 9, 10 and 11 by using: a) Moving average with period
IE383 Assignment 5 Note: Keep three decimal points for all the results, if applicable. You do not need to turn in this assignment; the solution will be released by 5:00 PM Friday, 02/11/2011 Problem 1
Workstation Scrap rate 1 2 3 4 5 0.1 0.25 0.3 0.1 0.2