Homework 6
Due Nov 26 (this Wednesday) before 5PM
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (this Wednesday) & Dec 1 (next Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Monday) 7:00PM9:45PM Close book close notes 20 reference pa
Homework 6
Due Nov 26 (next Wednesday) before 5PM
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (next Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Monday) 7:00PM9:45PM
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Part II: Analysis of Failure Dat
Homework 5
Due Nov 14 (this Friday) before 5PM
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Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (next Monday) 7:30PM  8:50PM No lecture
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Mond
Homework 5
Due Nov 14 (this Friday) before 5PM
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Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (next Monday) 7:30PM  8:50PM No lecture
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Mond
Homework 5
Due Nov 14 (Friday) before 5PM
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Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (Monday) 7:30PM  8:50PM No lecture
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Monday) 7:00PM
Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (Monday) in the classtime
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Monday) 7:00PM9:45PM
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Physical Reliability Models
Dynamic Models
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Lecture Overview
Results of midterm feedback
Physical reliability models
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Helpful Activities
Being able to work with classmates is very helpful. Also the homework assignments are always good practice.
In overall all the classes is helpful,
Lecture Overview
Statedependent systems
Quiz #3
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (next Monday)
Close book and close notes 10 pages for reference
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Homework 4 Due Oct 17 (this Friday) before 5:00PM
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STATE DEPENDENT SYSTEMS
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Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (next Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
Close book and close notes 10 pages for reference
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Homework 3 Due Oct 10 (this Friday) before 5:00PM
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Homework 4 Due O
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (next Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
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Homework 3 Due Oct 10 (this Friday) before 5:00PM
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Reliability of Systems
Serial Configuration Parallel Configuration
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
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Homework 3 Due Oct 10 (next Friday) before 5:00PM
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The Weibull Distribution (continued)
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Time Dependent Failure Mo
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
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The Weibull Distribution
Increasing and Decreasing Failure Rates
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The Bathtub Curve
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Time Dependent Failure Mode
(
Homework #2 Due September 26, 2008 (Friday) 5:00PM
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Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
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The Normal Probability Density Function
f(t) = 1 2 e
1 ( t  )2 2 2
, 
Homework #2 Due September 26, 2008 (Friday) 5:00PM
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
Distribution Review
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Random Variables
Random variables can be discrete or continuous If the
Constant Failure Rate Model (Cont)
Exponential Probability Distribution
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The Bathtub Curve
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The Exponential Distribution
Let
(t) =
Then
,
dt '
t0
t
R(t) = e

t 0
=e
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The Reliability Function R(t)
1.0000 0.9000 0.8000 0.70
Constant Failure Rate Model
Exponential Probability Distribution
Lecture 5
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The Bathtub Curve
Lecture 5
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The Exponential Distribution
Let
(t) =
Then
,
dt '
t0
t
R(t) = e
Lecture 5

t 0
=e
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3
The Reliability Function R(t)
1.
Homework #1 Due September 12, 2008 (Friday) 5:00PM
To drop off at A117, or email to [email protected]
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Failure Rate or Hazard Rate Function
Prob cfw_t T t + t = R(t)  R(t + t)
R(t)  R(t + t) Prob cfw_t T t + t  T t= R(t) R(t)  R(t + t) R(t) t
Reliability
The probability that a component or system will perform a required function for a given period of time when used under stated operating conditions. 1000 electric bulbs are tested after used for 2000 hours. It is found that 600 bulbs fails at
Lecture 2
Introduction
Probability Review
Lecture #2 Introduction
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Ten most important product attributes
Appearance Brand name Easily repaired Easy to use Lasts a long time Latest model Packaging/display Performance Service Warranty
Lecture #2
Study Guide for Exam 2 1. Exam 2 covers chapters 711. 2. The exam consists of 1820 multiplechoice questions in Part I and 4 problems in Part II. 3. There are concepttype and problemtype questions among the multiplechoice questions. 4. For problems i
Chapter5: Solutions to Questions and Problems
Basic 1. The simple interest per year is: $5,000 .08 = $400 So after 10 years you will have: $400 10 = $4,000 in interest. The total balance will be $5,000 + 4,000 = $9,000 With compound interest we use the fu
Project Analysis: Suppose we want to prepare a set of pro forma financial statements for a project for Norma Desmond Enterprises. In order to do so, we must have some background information. In this case, assume: a. Sales of 10,000 units/year @ $5/unit. b
GUIDELINESFORSETUPCOSTREDUCTION PROGRAMSTOACHIEVEZEROINVENTORY
Journal of Operations Management
Advanced Production and Inventory Control
Mahmmud Asha / Jessica Ochoa
Objective
This paper directly addresses the issue of setupcost reduction programs, with
JOURNALOFOPERATIONSMANAGEMENT Vol 9,No.I, January 1990
Guidelines for SetupCost Reduction Programs to Achieve Zero Inventory
JAMES R.
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FREELAND"
JOHN I? LESCHKE* N. WEISS*
EXECUTIVE
SUMMARY
Historically, academics and managers have approached inve
Chapter 6: A science of manufacturing
Objectives, Measures, and Controls
I often say that when you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but when you cannot express it in numbers, numbers, your kn
Chapter 3
The MRP Crusade
Sections: 3.13.1.7
Contents
Introduction to Production Planning Activities Master Production Scheduling (MPS) Material Requirement Planning (MRP) Capacity Planning Improvement in MRP
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Pr
Newsvendor Model Lets Practice
cs F (Q) = Pr( x Q*) = co + cs
1
Example 1:
A retail outlet sells a seasonal product for $10 per unit. The cost of the product is $8 per unit. All units not sold during the regular season are sold for half the retail price i