Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Manufacturing & Warehousing
ISYE 3104

Spring 2013
HW 2 Solution
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D = 5000/yr, C = 600/unit,
1 year = 300 days,
i = 0.06,
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 days(16/300
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Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Manufacturing & Warehousing
ISYE 3104

Spring 2013
ISyE 3104: Manufacturing Systems
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Spring 2013
Homework #2
Due Date: Thursday, 2/14/13
Reading Assignment:
This homework covers the deterministic inventory control theory that we have discussed
in class. In your textbook, this
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Manufacturing & Warehousing
ISYE 3104

Spring 2013
ISyE 3104: Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling:
Manufacturing and Warehousing
Instructor: Spyros Reveliotis
Spring 2013
Homework #3
Due Date: 3/7/13
Reading Assignment:
This homework covers the statistical inventory control theory that we have discussed
3104 Intro & Overview: I
SUPPLY CHAIN MODELS: MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
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ISyE 3104 Fall 2016
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What will we do today
What this course is about, what you will learn, and how you will learn
Course process description: syllabus highlights
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Practical Worst Case
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ISyE 3104 Fall 2016
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Practical Worst Case
Question: Can we find an intermediate case between best case and worst case that:
Distinguishes good and bad lines, and
is computable?
We are looking for a maximum rando
ISYE 3104
First MidTerm
Fall, 2014
Instructions: You have 75 minutes to solve this exam. You are allowed one doublesided page of
handwritten notes. You may use a calculator. All other items must be on the floor. Your cellphone
should be turned off and di
Practical Worst Case
Georgia Tech, 2016
ISyE 3104 Fall 2016
1
Practical Worst Case
Question: Can we find an intermediate case between best case and worst case that:
Distinguishes good and bad lines, and
is computable?
We are looking for a maximum rando
Basic Flow Dynamics
Capacity Analysis
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ISyE 3104 Fall 2016
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Capacity Analysis
It is important to know how much capacity a given flow line has; the
production rate per unit time
Capacity is determined by the bottleneck
The bottleneck is
3104 Intro & Overview: II
EXAMPLES, TERMINOLOGY AND CONCEPTS
Georgia Tech, 2016
ISyE 3104 Fall 2016
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What is this course about?
This course is about
understanding, analyzing,
improving, and designing
the planning, flow, and
inventory processes for a
pro
Process and Line Capacity Analysis Handout
The discussion of capacity reveals a problem with the semantics of flow systems. Part of the problem is that we have been using
the somewhat sloppy terminology of the textbook, which does not identify resource bu
HOMEWORK 1 SOLUTIONS
PROBLEM 1  See Damon or the TA to review your process map for accuracy
PROBLEM 2
This homework assignment has five specific goals:
1. to verify your ability to access Matlab
2. to verify your ability to use Notebook
3. to insure you
HW 3 Week 4
(1) TopMissionLine is a twostation flow line consisting of R2D2 and C3PO and has the
following baseline parameters:
Interarrival times are exponentially distributed with a mean of 5 hours.
The two stations have the following characteristics
PART A
This assignment is based on problem 9 at the end of chapter 7 in the textbook.
(a) Old line:
rb = min(15*4, 12*4, 20*2, 50*1) = 40 parts per hour
T0 = (4+5+3+1.2)/60 = 0.22 hours
W0 = 8.8 parts
New line:
rb = min (120, 120, 125, 125) = 120 parts pe
HW 4 Week 6
Consider the Wramblin Wreck NEW TOP Line for which parts are in heavy demand and all workstations
are composed of a single machine robot with ample space in their buffers.
Each of the stations has an effective process time of 1 hour per job an
HOMEWORK
BASIC FLOW DYNAMICS
PROBLEM 1
Develop a process map for the flow of customers through the Student
Center upstairs food court. Assume customers only enter from the
entrance off the main atrium, and only exit through the cashier "gates".
Answer the
Week 2 In Class Exercise
This is a team assignment.
Open the "PennyFab_Stochastic.slx" model, and check to see that it is properly configured with
exponential service times and number of servers, average service time of [2 1 6 2], [5 2 10 3]. Set the
stop
Insurance Claims Processing at ICBM
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Insurance Claims Business Management (ICBM) processes payment claims from health care
providers (hospitals, at home care, etc.) to insurance companies (Aetna, Blue Cross, etc.) to
ensure that correct payments a
ISYE 3104
Second MidTerm
October 30, 2014
Instructions: You have 75 minutes to solve this exam. You are allowed one doublesided page of
handwritten notes. You may use a calculator. All other items must be on
ISyE 3104  Homework 11
Answer key
1. (a) Recall from Homework 10 that we have the following arc costs:
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250
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450
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1,250
650
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1,730
970
410
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2,530
1,570
810
450
250
Let ft denote the minimum cost of a lot sizing plan that st
ISyE 3104  Homework 1
Due: August X, 2013
(15 points)
NOTE: In answering the following question, do not copy and paste text from the article. Use your own
words.
1. (a) There are three assembly lines. The rst is a moving line, on which the majority of th
ISyE 3104  Homework 2
Answer key
1. (a) Total xed cost = $80, 000 + $40, 000 + $20, 000 = $140, 000.
Variable cost = $12 per unit.
Revenue = $20 per unit.
Therefore, the breakeven quantity x can be calculated from:
140, 000 + 12 x = 20 x
x =17, 500 unit
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Question 1
Georgia Tech Bookstore observes a regular demand of 3240 units per year for mechanical
pencils. The cost of placing an order to the supplier is $300, independent of the order size. The
bookstore buys the pencils at $24
ISyE 3104 Exam 2 Part I of II
Instructor: Damon P. Williams, Ph.D.
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ISyE 3104 Exam 1  Part I of II
Instructor: Damon P. Williams, Ph.D.
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Point values are indicated next to each problem  please take these into consideration as you budget
your time during the exam. If you are having
ISyE 3104 TR1 and TR2
HWI03 Capacity Analysis and Process Variability
This is an individual Assignment
Total Points: 45 points
Question 1: (14 points)
Suppose the arrival rate in each of the following scenarios was 9 parts per hour. Calculate the utilizat
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This is a team assignment.
1. Consider R2D2 with 6 servers (in parallel), each requiring 7.389 hours of process time per job with 2 = 6.389. Each R2D2
machine c
Question 1 Pooled vs. separate queues:
The arrival rate to the R2D2 workstation is 0.5 jobs per hour and follows a Poisson process. Compare the average cycle time at
R2D2 under the following scenarios for the system configuration
Scenario
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