MTS 481
Homework 3
Problems from Simulation with Arena:
1) Exercise 3-6
(a) Complete the exercise as it is described in the textbook. (This is an extension to Model 31 discussed in class.)
(b) Extract the following information from the simulation:
averag
1.
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6.
7.
MTS 481 - Input Analysis & Read/Write Data Files
File list
MSPower Point lecture note
AirportCheckinTimesNew.xls
a. Input Analyzer by hand
partbprp.doc
a. input Analyzer in Arena
MSword handout (partbprp handout.doc)
CallCenter.doe (o
Significant Factors (Literature Review)
Road users satisfactions are affected by several significant factors. For instance, value of
time and money, convenience and safety aspects. Based on Himachal Pradesh Public Works
Department (HPPWD, 2007), one of th
Literature Review
Expectations and Satisfaction
Expectations are the criterions that uses for evaluating and judging the situations or products.
Almost criterions are from the historical data (Richard N. Cardozo, 1965). Moreover, expectations are
the stan
Significant Factors (Literature Review)
Road users satisfactions are affected by several significant factors. For instance, value of
time and money, convenience and safety aspects. Based on Himachal Pradesh Public Works
Department (HPPWD, 2007), one of th
MTS 481
Homework 4
Problems from Simulation with Arena:
Complete Exercises 4-15 and 4-16 in the textbook. After running each model, extract the
statistics as described in the problem statement, as well as resource utilizations for all packers
and shippers
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 4
Complete Exercise 4-10 in class.
Work individually or in pairs. You should create the following models:
a)
b)
Base model.
Model with recommendation of engineer.
Provide a basic animation with queues, resources, and an appropr
Simultion
Homework 3 Solution
1. (Exercise 3-6)
a)
Process
Machine 1(Drilling Center)
Machine 2 (Washing Center)
Inspection Center
Average part waiting
time (in queue)
Average number of parts
waiting (in queue)
1.5630 min
0.6512 min
3.7967 min
0.2678
0.10
2) Even though this system is dynamic, we can use spreadsheet simulation to find Lq because the system is M/M/1 and FIFO so a
recursive formula works.
3) No, we can not track the maximum number in queue with this EXCEL file because we can not build a uniq
For India, the highest satisfaction is on national highways
because it has more traffics and more development in
road infrastructure and the lowest satisfaction is in the
rural non-bituminous road such as KachhaSadak because
it has narrow roads, poor safe
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Country Background Supplement
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MTS 481
Homework 2
Problem 1 (based on In-class Exercise 1)
Use file 482HW2-Prob1.xls as a starting point. Consider the same single-server system.
Customer
Arrivals
Single Server
Depart
The interarrival time of customers follows an exponential distributio
MTS 481
Homework 1
Problems from Simulation with Arena:
2-1, 2-2, 2-6
Queueing Problems:
1) A fast-food restaurant has one drive-through window. On average, 40 customers per
hour arrive at the window. It takes an average of 1 minute to serve a customer. A
Homework 1 Solution: Queueing Problems
1)
A fast-food restaurant has one drive-through window. On average, 40 customers per
hour arrive at the window. It takes an average of 1 minute to serve a customer. Assume
that interarrival and services times are exp
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 7
Solution
Using the modified version of Lab 1 (482Lab1New.doe) as our in-class model, we will
perform a few output analysis tests. Recall that we ran 20 replications of this model, collecting
data on system time by various pas
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 5
Download 482In-Class5.doe from the assignments page in Blackboard. This is a mistake-filled
version of a sample exercise discussed in the previous lecture.
Perform the following tasks (individually or in pairs) on the 482In-C
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 6
Using Model05-02.doe from Book Examples, we will show various ways in which the Run
Controller can be used.
Begin with the simulation at time 0.
1) When does the first backoffice research request begin? (Hint: We can make the
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 6
In this exercise, we will be conducting an input analysis using Arenas Input Analyzer.
Download BackofficeResearchData.txt from the assignments page in Moodle.
Part I: Assume you have received raw data for backoffice research
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 7
Using Model05-02.doe from Book Examples, we will show various ways in which the Run
Controller can be used.
Begin with the simulation at time 0.
1) When does the first backoffice research request begin? (Hint: We can make the
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 8
An airport has three international flights that are scheduled to arrive within ten minutes of each
other and require immigration and customs processing. The airport would like to establish a
policy on the number of passengers
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 6
In this exercise, we will be conducting an input analysis using Arenas Input Analyzer.
Download BackofficeResearchData.txt from the assignments page in Moodle.
Part I: Assume you have received raw data for backoffice research
MTS 481
Homework 4
Due July 9, 2013
Problems from Simulation with Arena:
Complete Exercises 4-15 and 4-16 in the textbook. After running each model, extract the
statistics as described in the problem statement, as well as resource utilizations for all pac
MTS 481
In-Class Assignment 4
Complete Exercise 4-10 in class.
Work individually or in pairs. You should create the following models:
a)
b)
Base model.
Model with recommendation of engineer.
Provide a basic animation with queues, resources, and an appropr
MTS 481
Solution
Exercises 4-15 and 4-16
Average number of items. in
Packing Queue
Maximum number of items in
Packing Queue
Average number of items in
Domestic Shipping Queue
Maximum number of items in
Domestic Shipping Queue
Average number of items. in
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