IE 131 Homework Problems due Mar 12, 2008 (Chs 9 and 10) 9.7 The Purchasing Department is required to use the following paperwork procedure for each purchase order (PO) related to a company production order. The purchase order is the legal document u
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Apr 28 (Ch 30) 30.3 A time standard of 0.25 min has been set in a stamping operation. The plant uses a standard hour plan at $10/hr with a daily guarantee of 8 hours pay minimum. Determine the daily earnings of a worker w
IE 131 Homework Problems due Feb 11, 2008 (Ch 7) 7.2 A planned project contains the activities shown in the table below, along with their required completion times and precedence. (a) Construct the Gantt chart for the project. (b) Determine the criti
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Jan 23 (Chs 1 and 2) 1.3 A work group of 20 workers in a certain month produced 8600 units of output working 8 hr/day for 21 days. (a) What is the labor productivity ratio for this month? (b) In the next month, the s
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Jan 27 (Chs 1 and 2) 1.2 A work group of 10 workers in a certain month produced 7200 units of output working 8 hr/day for 22 days in the month. Determine the labor productivity ratio using (a) units of output per worker-h
IE 131 Homework Problems due Mar 12, 2008 (Chs 8 and 12) 8.1 A factory has 10 departments, all of which have quality problems leading to delays in shipping products to customers. A breakdown of the number of quality problems for each department (list
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Feb 10 (Chs 3 and 4) 3.31 Five workstations (1, 2, 3, 4, and 5) that produce about ten similar parts must be arranged into an in-line layout. The daily flow of parts between workstations is as follows: 40 parts from stati
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Jan 27 (Chs 1 and 2) 1.2 A work group of 10 workers in a certain month produced 7200 units of output working 8 hr/day for 22 days in the month. Determine the labor productivity ratio using (a) units of output per worker-h
HW #6
IE 131 Spring 2013
9.5 The Calm Seas Cruise Ship Line wants to analyze its passenger laundry operation. A typical cruise ship
of the line is 850 ft in length and has 600 passenger cabins located on four decks. For every occupied
cabin during a cruis
HW #4 Spring 2013
7.2 A planned project contains the activities shown in the table below, along with their required
completion times and precedence. (a) Construct the Gantt chart for the project. (b) Determine the critical
path and the estimated time to c
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Jan 23 (Chs 1 and 2) 1.3 A work group of 20 workers in a certain month produced 8600 units of output working 8 hr/day for 21 days. (a) What is the labor productivity ratio for this month? (b) In the next month, the s
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Mar 31 (Chs 19, 20, and 21) 19.1 In a mechanical assembly operation, the first work unit required 7.83 min to complete and the learning rate for mechanical assembly is 84% in the Crawford model. Using this learning curve
IE 131 Homework Problems due Mar 19, 2008 (Chs 13, 14, 15, and 16) 13.5 The continuous timing method is used to direct time study a manual task cycle consisting of four elements: a, b, c, and d. Two parts are produced each cycle. Element d is an irre
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Feb 3 (Chs 2 and 3) 2.18 The standard time to produce a certain part in a worker-machine system is 9.0 min. A rush order has been received to supply 1000 units of the part within five working days (40 hours). How many wor
HW 1
1.3 A work group of 20 workers in a certain month produced 8600 units of output working 8
hr/day for 21 days. (a) What is the labor productivity ratio for this month? (b) In the next month,
the same worker group produced 8000 units but there were 22
16.4 The foreman in the welding department wanted to know what value of allowance to use for a
particular section of the shop. A work sampling study was authorized. Only two activity categories
were considered: (1) welding and other productive work, and (
HW #1 Sp 13
2.4 The normal time to perform a repetitive manual assembly task is 4.25 min. In addition, an
irregular work element whose normal time is 1.75 min must be performed every 8 cycles. Two
work units are produced each cycle. The PFD allowance fact
HW3 131 set March 25 Deadline; solutions to be posted before noon on Saturday April 2
7.2 A planned project contains the activities shown in the table below, along with their required
completion times and precedence. (a) Construct the Gantt chart for the
IE 131 Solutions for Problems due Mar 24 (Chs 12 through 16) 12.2 A time study analyst observed a repetitive work cycle performed by a worker and then studied the task using a predetermined motion time system. During the observation, the analyst made a re
HW #5
IE 131, Spring 2013
5.5 Solve the preceding problem but assume that all loads enter the factory through department 1
and exit the factory through department 4. Therefore, there is no need to transport the 25 loads
from department 4 back to departmen
IE131 Final Week
Today Spencer Schantz Lecture
Dr. Leon McGinnis, GA Tech.
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Industrial Engineering- Quo Vadis?
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Diamond Foods Buys Pringles From P&G.
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IE 131
Hour Quiz 1, Part 1 (25 points)
Spring 2012
This exam is closed books, closed notes. There are two parts. Make sure to put your name on both parts.
Turn all cell phones off and put them away. Take off all hats. You may use a formula sheet as
IE 131
Hour Quiz 2
Spring 2012
This exam is closed books, closed notes. Place all answers in the blue book that is provided. Make sure
to put your name on the blue book. Clearly indicate which problem you are answering. Turn off all cell
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Coverage of the drop in unemployment from 8.9 to 8.8 percent, and the addition of 216,000 jobs, is
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