IE 419
Spring 2017
CH 1 Homework
(1) Hazard rate is the instantaneous probability of the first and only failure. Therefore, hazard
rate applies to non-repairable items such as light bulbs.
Failure rate (Lambda) is often applied to both repairable and non-
IE 327 Lab 2
Mission Definition:
This system is to create a transportation system that can be accessible by 150,000 individuals within the
city. Its goals include:
- Reduce traffic flow
- Accessible by everyone
- Provide income for city
- Reduce reliance
CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA
IE 327/L
COURSE SYLLABUS
1. Course number and name: IE 327/L Systems Engineering/Lab
2. Credits and contact hours: 3/1 credits, two 75-minute lectures, two 75-minute labs
3. Class Time and Place: 12:002:50 p
Hydraulic Thermal Relief Valve
Failure Mode and Effect Analysis
Executive Summary:
Below is a detailed FMEA on the Thermal Relief Valve that we were asked to analyze.
Using FMEA we determined that there were many different failure modes that could occur
w
IE 417
Homework #5
1. Problems 1, 3, 6, 7, Section 20.6.
1) A supermarket is trying to decide how many cash registers to keep open. Suppose an average
of 18 customers arrive each hour, and the average checkout time for a customer is 4 minutes.
Interarriva
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Homework #2 Solution
1. Section 17.1, page 927, Group B, Question #4.
For any day the state is the weather pattern that occurred during today and yesterday. For example, if the
state is SC yesterday was sunny and today was cloudy. With this definit
IE 417
HW #3 Solution
1. Which of the following chains is ergodic?
0.4 0
P1=[0.3 0.3
0 0.5
0.6
0.4]
0.5
0.7 0
0.2 0.2
P2=[
0.6 0.1
0.2 0
0
0.4
0.1
0
0.3
0.2
]
0.2
0.8
Solution:
For a Markov chain to be ergodic, three conditions should be met:
1: All state
IE 417
Homework #3
1. Which of the following chains is ergodic?
0.4 0 0.6
P1=[0.3 0.3 0.4]
0 0.5 0.5
0.7 0
0 0.3
0.2 0.2 0.4 0.2
]
P2=[
0.6 0.1 0.1 0.2
0.2 0
0 0.8
2. A machine is used to produce precision tools. If the machine is in good condition today,
IE 417
HW #6 Solution
Section 20.9
1. We are comparing two machine repair systems
System 1: = 1/5 machine/day = .4 machines/day K = 5,R = 3, = .5
System 2: = 1/5 machine/day = 1.2 machines/day K = 5 R = 1 = 1/6
Let L = number of machines in bad condition.
IE 417
Homework #2
1. From Section 17.1, page 927, Group B, question #4.
2. A health researcher is studying obesity in a community. She first divides people into three
weight groups: thin, normal, and overweight. By studying the eating behavior of the
pop
IE 417
Homework #1-Part 1
1. Pete is considering placing a bet on the NCAA playoff game between Indiana and Purdue.
Without any further information, he believes that Purdue has 60% chance to win. If he wins the
bet, he will win $8,000; if he loses he will
IE 417
Homework #4
1. Problems 4, 6, 7, 8, 15 pages 1082 and 1083 of the text book. (Section 20.4)
2. Problem 2, page 1085 of the text book. (Section 20.5)
HW 2: #1, 4, Class Problem
1. In the test firing of a missile, there are some events that are known to cause the missile to
fail to reach its target. These events are listed below; together with their approximate
probabilities of occurrence during a fligh
HW 1: #1, 3, 4, 10
1. Answered already, paper is on the table at home
*be sure to include CFR (constant failure rate, indicative of an external source of failure),
DFR (decreasing failure rate, analogous to a decreasing hazard rate/burn-in of electronic
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Homework #1 Solution
1. Pete is considering placing a bet on the NCAA playoff game between Indiana and
Purdue. Without any further information, he believes that Purdue has 60% chance to
win. If he wins the bet, he will win $8,000; if he loses he wi
IE 417
Homework #1
1. Pete is considering placing a bet on the NCAA playoff game between Indiana and Purdue.
Without any further information, he believes that Purdue has 60% chance to win. If he wins the
bet, he will win $8,000; if he loses he will lose $
13.4
Decision Tree
Dr. Saeideh Fallah-Fini
Assistant Professor, Cal Poly Pomona
Reference:
Operations Research: Applications and Algorithms , 4th
edition, by Wayne L. Winston
Acknowledgment: Thanks to Dr. Shokoufeh Mirzaei for this material for
1
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Dr. Saeideh Fallah-Fini
Decision Trees
(Chapter 13)
1
Decision Tree, Example 2
The Disney Corporation is thinking about taking its hit Broadway
musical, The Lion King on tour. It has made the following calculations:
The tour would cost $12 million
Lopez 7
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