HW 1 Solution
1. (20 pts)
D = 5000/yr, C = 600/unit, 1 year = 300 days, i = 0.06, A = 300
Current ordering amount Q = 200
(a) T*=
(b) Total(Holding + Setup) cost would be
(c) The optimum cost would be
(d) T* is 12 days. The closest power of two is 16 day
Flowlines: The prevailing layout
for High Volume Manufacturing
Topics
Production Flow in High Volume Discrete
Part Manufacturing
Manufacturing System Layouts
Manufacturing Flowlines and their
variations
Synchronous Transfer Lines
Asynchronous Flowlin
ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor : Spyros Reveliotis
Solutions for Homework #5
A. Questions Chapter 4
17. Relatively constant volume and mix are essential to kanban because, under this
production authorization mechanism, we seek to support a ce
ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor : Spyros Reveliotis
Solutions for Homework #4
ISYE 6201 Spring 2007
Homework 4 Solution
A. Question Set
Chapter 7
Question 2
Since
one can have the same TH with high WIP levels and long cycle times or with low W
ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Solutions for Homework #3
ISYE 6201 Fall 2008
Homework 3 Solution
Chapter 8
Problem 1
a. The mean is 5 and the variance is 0. The coefficient of variation is also zero. These
process times cou
H omework2Solution
Part A.
Ch 2 12
(a)
b = 65 40 = 25
from normal distribution table
Thus, order quantity is 39-12=27
(b)
Now b=5
from normal distribution table
Thus, order quantity is 29-12=17
It is interesting to notice in the above computation th
ISYE 6201QSH: Manufacturing Systems
Summer 2010
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Final Exam
Nanle: L L [0
Answer the following questions (8 points each):
1. In thv I'uioveLnt terminology. thv terms (.ryci'iml and seasonal inventolios
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HW 1 Solution
1. (20 pts)
D = 5000/yr, C = 600/unit, 1 year = 300 days, i = 0.06, A = 300
Current ordering amount Q = 200
(a) T*=
(b) Total(Holding + Setup) cost would be
(c) The optimum cost would be
(d) T* is 12 days. The closest power of two is 16 day
Homework 2 Solution
Part A.
Ch 2 12
(a)
b = 65 40 = 25
from normal distribution table
Thus, order quantity is 58-12=46
(b)
Now b=5
from normal distribution table
Thus, order quantity is 51-12=39
Ch 2 13
(a) Poisson Process, since this demand process acc
Aggregate Planning
Dealing with the Problem Complexity
through Decomposition
Corporate Strategy
Aggregate Unit
Demand
Aggregate Planning
(Plan. Hor.: 1 year, Time Unit: 1 month)
Capacity and Aggregate Production Plans
End Item (SKU)
Demand
Master Producti
Analysis and Design of
Asynchronous Transfer Lines as
a series of G/G/m queues
Topics
The negative impact of variability in the operation
of Asynchronous Transfer Lines
Modeling the Asynchronous Transfer Line as a
series of G/G/m queues
Modeling the im
Analysis and Design of
Asynchronous Transfer Lines as
a series of G/G/m queues
Topics
The negative impact of variability in the operation
of Asynchronous Transfer Lines
Modeling the Asynchronous Transfer Line as a
series of G/G/m queues
Modeling the im
Modeling and Analysis of
CONWIP-based Flowlines as
Closed Queueing Networks
Topics
Modeling CONWIP Flowlines as Closed
Queueing Networks
Implications of the derived results for the
performance of the line
Performance bounds
Factors that affect the line
ISyE 6201A,Q: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Fall 2010
Homework #1
Due Date: Tuesday, 9/28/10
(for, both, regular and video students)
Reading Assignment:
By this time, I expect that you have already gone through the slides covering t
ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems Instructor : Spyros Reveliotis Solutions for Homework #4
ISYE 6201 Spring 2007 A. Question Set Chapter 7 Question 2 Since
Homework 4 Solution
one can have the same TH with high WIP levels and long cycle times or with low W
ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Homework #4
Due Date - In-class students: 11/23/10
Video students: 11/28/10
Reading Assignment:
As already indicated in the previous homework, for this part of the course you are
expected to r
H omework2Solution
Part A. Ch 2 12
(a) b = 65 40 = 25 from normal distribution table Thus, order quantity is 39-12=27 (b) Now b=5 from normal distribution table Thus, order quantity is 29-12=17 It is interesting to notice in the above computation that
HW 1 Solution
1. (20 pts)
D = 5000/yr, C = 600/unit, 1 year = 300 days, i = 0.06, A = 300
Current ordering amount Q = 200
(a) T*=
(b) Total(Holding + Setup) cost would be
(c) The optimum cost would be
(d) T* is 12 days. The closest power of two is 16 day
ISyE 6201A,Q: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Fall 2010
Homework #2
Due Date: For in-class students, Thursday, 10/14/10
For Video Students, Sunday, 10/17/10
Reading Assignment:
Sections 2.4-2.5 and Appendices 2A and 2B from your textb
ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Solutions for Homework #3
ISYE 6201 Fall 2008
Homework 3 Solution
Chapter 8
Problem 1
a. The mean is 5 and the variance is 0. The coefficient of variation is also zero. These
process times cou
ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems Instructor : Spyros Reveliotis Solutions for Homework #5
ISYE 6201 Fall 2006 A. Questions Chapter 4
Homework 7 Solution
17. Relatively constant volume and mix are essential to kanban because, under this production authoriz
IE6201: Manufacturing Systems
Spring 2013
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
e-mail: [email protected]
homepage: www.isye.gatech.edu/~spyros
Course Logistics
My Office Hours: TuTh 1:30-2:30pm or by appointment
Course TA: Mr. Stephen Daugherty,
email: sdda
Detailed Production Planning
&
Shop-Floor Control
Dealing with the Problem Complexity
through Decomposition
Corporate Strategy
Aggregate Unit
Demand
Aggregate Planning
(Plan. Hor.: 1 year, Time Unit: 1 month)
Capacity and Aggregate Production Plans
End It
Modeling and Analysis of
CONWIP-based Flowlines as
Closed Queueing Networks
Topics
Modeling CONWIP Flowlines as Closed
Queueing Networks
Implications of the derived results for the
performance of the line
Performance bounds
Factors that affect the line
Introduction to
Production Planning
The role of hierarchical production planning
in modern corporations:
An MRP-based push framework
(borrowed from Heizer and Render)
Production Planning through
Time-based Decomposition
Corporate Strategy
Aggregate Unit
D
Analysis and Design of
Asynchronous Transfer Lines as
a series of G/G/m queues
Topics
The negative impact of variability in the operation
of Asynchronous Transfer Lines
Modeling the Asynchronous Transfer Line as a
series of G/G/m queues
Modeling the im