ISYE 3103 Supply Chain Modeling: Logistics
Exam I
Fall 2016
Name: _ gobHon
Instructions
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This is a closed book, closed notes exam. No calculators are allowed either.
Do not take the staple off or add any extra pages.
Take your time to read the q
ISYE 3103  Homework 5 Suggested Solutions
Choosing a Transportation Mode
1. See the cost breakdown below as a function of order quantity q. These expressions will be used
for both part 1 and part 2.
Inventory cost per year at assembly plant (ocean or air
ISyE 3103
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling:
Logistics
Fall 2013
Homework 6: Facility Location and Allocation Problems
Issued: November 22, 2013
Due Date: OPTIONAL PRACTICE PROBLEMS
Consider a retail rm that operates a network of distribution faciliti
ISyE 3103 Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling:
Transportation and Logistics
Summer 2012
Homework 7
Assigned: June 29, 2012
Due: July 6, 2012
This assignment is worth 50 points. You are to complete this work by yourself.
Pipeline Network Design at Buckey
ISyE 3133A Engineering Optimization Spring 2012
Homework 7 Solutions
Problem 1
We wish to solve
min z = 50x1 + 100x2
st 7x1 + 2x228
2x1 + 12x224
x1, x20
See the branch and bound tree below:
Note: In solving subproblems we have used the result discussed in
1. Multiple choice (3% each). You manage inventory and ordering for a retailer that sells a single
product. You review inventory continuously, and demand is steady enough that you can
consider it a constant rate. Your holding cost is $0.50 per unit per mo
ISyE 3103
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling:
Logistics
Fall 2013
Assignment 3
Issued: September 26, 2013
Due: October 3, 2013
In this assignment, we focus on stochastic inventory management using the same problem
setting as Homework 1. Imagine that yo
ISyE 3103
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Logistics
Fall 2015
Syllabus  Draft. To be nalized during the rst week of classes
Instructor:
J. Antonio Carbajal
Oce: Groseclose Bldg., Room 326
Oce hours: Mon, Wed 5:00  6:00 pm (by appointment)
email:
ISyE 3103
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Logistics
Fall 2013
Assignment 1
Issued: September 3, 2013
Due: September 12, 2013
This assignment is designed to enable you to think a bit about the inventory control models
we developed in class. Imagine
ISyE 3103 Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling:
Transportation and Logistics
Summer 2012
Homework 6
Issued: June 11, 2012
Due: June 18, 2012
50 points.
Investigation of LTL Rates
You have just been hired as the logistics manager for a startup company, B
ISyE 3103
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling:
Logistics
Summer 2012
Homework 3
Issued: May 23, 2012
Due: June 1, 2012
50 points.
This assignment should be completed by each team in the Supply Chain Game that we
played in class.
After playing the Supply
ISyE3133AEngineeringOptimizationSpring2012
Homework1Solutions
3.5.7.
Let
Let time periods i = 1,2,3,10 represent 10am, 11am, Noon, 1pm,
2pm,7pm respectively
PTi = Parttime people starting at i = 5,6
Fi = Fulltime people starting at hour i = 1,2,3
INVi =
ISYE 3103  Homework 3 Suggested Solutions
Information System Design (database for a product manufacturer)
Please see Appendix A for a diagram of tables, as well as the relationships between tables. Appendix B
details the tables as well as their fields an
ISyE 3133A
Engineering Optimization
Instructor: Serhat Gul, PhD
Quiz 5 March 8th, 2012

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Instructions:
Closed notes, closed neighbor, closed electronic devices
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ISyE 3013
Supply Chain Modeling: Logistics
Summer 2012
Homework 4 Solutions
50 points. Please see the two Excel les for Exercises 2 and 3, as well as two CSV les with
modied data sets used for linear regression for Exercises 2 and 3.
Exercises 2 and 3 in
EOQ Exercises
QUESTIONS
[1] [Basic EOQ] A plant uses 5000 units per year of a certain subassembly that is purchased
from a supplier at a price of $600 per unit. The plant operates 300 days per year, and it uses
continuous review policy for the replenishme
Revenue Management
Dealing with Uncertainty
John H. Vande Vate
Fall 2013
1
1
Background
We made our decisions about sourcing (so
back to the news vendor we have one shot at
the market) and now we have to sell the stuff
Design and production of fashion a
ISyE 3103
Demand Distributions
John H. Vande Vate
Fall, 2014
1
1
Context
Forecasting to account for predictable
variability
Managing the remaining variability
Distribution for demand (given a forecast)
Levers for managing
Inventory
Time
Capacity
Deman
ISyE 3103
TSP & Vehicle Routing
John H. Vande Vate
Fall 2014
1
1
Agenda
MultiStop Routes
Load up truck(s) in Indianapolis with
deliveries to several stores.
Trucks drive to LA and deliver to the stores
(in some order) and
If they are part of our priv
ISYE 3103
Inventory Part 1
Basic EOQ
Assumptions:
Demand Rate is Deterministic and Constant
Planning Horizon is Infinite
Continuous Review
No Lead Time
Shortages Are Not Permitted
If demand is units per period, order cost is per order, and holding
cost is
ISyE 3103
Location
John H. Vande Vate
Fall 2014
1
1
Agenda
Continuous Location
Academic Development with Euclidean Distance
Single location
Several locations
Discussion of Distances
Euclidean
Surface of the Earth
Overtheroad
Discussion of practica
ISyE 3103
Newsvendor Review
J. Vande Vate
Fall 2014
1
Agenda
Questions 11.3 & 13.3 from Cachon & Terwiesch
2
Question 11.3
Pony Express Creations, a Wholesaler
Halloween items (seasonal)
Elvis Wig ordered from China
Expected Demand 25,000 units
Q
P
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Kara Pendley
ISYE 3103 A Summer 2017
Homework 2
5/30/17
Question A
1 (X635) = (5475,5044) using the center of gravity method. Work shown on included excel le.
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y . 4 q : 4 7 . _
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2) (Xww) = (4.40, 4.77
Kara Pendley
ISYE 3103 A Summer 2017
Homework 1
5/23/17
Question 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Risk pooling C
Service level D
Crossdock A
3PL B
Question 2
a. The objective of supply chain management is to utilize strategies to constantly increase
customer value and deve