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Vol. 46, No. 1, JanuaryFebruary 2016, pp. 14
ISSN 0092-2102 (print) ISSN 1526-551X (online)
Using Supply Chains to Grow
by Daniel Isenberg and Timothy Coates
NOVEMBER 20, 2015
Until a few years ago Steve Cronces Raphael Industries did $1million dollars a year of specialized
industrial painting for customers within d
A comprehensive list of Edelman Award Winners and Finalists from 1983 to the present.
* indicates annual winner
Saudi Arabia Ministry of Mun
Lecture 3B: Response Time Management
Why waiting occurs? What contributes to it?
Queueing models (Excel spreadsheets)
How to reduce waiting?
Psychology of waiting
Readings: Technical Not
The Decision Process
Lecture 6: Decision Analysis
Decision tree analysis
Operations Management - Note06
Dr. Shenghao ZHANG
Analyze and compare alternatives
Select the best alternative
Oracles Crystal Ball
How does Crystal Ball work?
Crystal Ball is an easy-to-use simulation program that helps you to analyze the risks and
uncertainties associated with your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet models. This Spotlight is a quic
Lecture 5: Strategic Capacity Management
Time Range of Capacity Planning
Greater than one year. Productive resources such as
buildings, equipment, or facilities. Involves top management.
Time range of capacity planning
Strategic capacity planning
The Process View of an Organization
Lecture 1: Business Processes
& Operations Strategy
g framework for operations
Readings: Chapters 1 & 2
y in US
Lecture 8: Yield Management
S i iindustry
The incremental costs to
serve one more customer
can be ignored.
Strong seasonality pattern
Thin profit margin: < 2%
The birth of Yield
What is Service?
Lecture 3A: Service Design
Nature of service
Critical issues in service design
Three contrasting service designs
Readings: Chapter 7
Intangibility of the product
A service cant
can t be stored
see what it means in practice and any implications.
Finally, we may have to make a decision that may be of an industrial nature or
recommend a public policy. For example, the population control model may imply
the policy to stop fishing for 3 years. Or th
See also http:/www.wiley.com/college/kreyszig
Purpose and Structure of the Book
This book provides a comprehensive, thorough, and up-to-date treatment of engineering
mathematics. It is intended to introduce students of engineering, physics, mathematics,
Applying KVL to the collector circuit we get,
VCC ICRC VCE =0-1
VCE = VCC ICRC -2
The above equation is the first degree equation and can be represented by a
straight line. This straight line is DC load line.
ECE 281 BASIC ELECTRONICS (2011/2012) 61
In a BJT, indicated the relationship between IB (input) and IC (output). In a JFET, the
of VGS (input) and ID (output) is a little more complicated:
ECE 281 BASIC ELECTRONICS (2011/2012) 67
Transfer (Transconductance) Curve
From this graph it
The signal at the output will be 1800 out of phase when compared to the input. The output
is taken across RC with the help of a coupling capacitor. This signal is fed as input to the
next stage i.e. transistor T2. The signal is amplified further and the a
5. Table of Functions. This is shown in a block diagram on the next page.
The parts of the book are kept independent. In addition, individual chapters are kept as
independent as possible. (If so needed, any prerequisitesto the level of individual
The driving force in engineering mathematics is the rapid growth of technology and the
sciences. New areasoften drawing from several disciplinescome into existence.
Electric cars, solar energy, wind energy, green manufacturing, nanotechnology, risk
Systems of Units. Some Important Conversion Factors
The most important systems of units are shown in the table below. The mks system is also
the International System of Units (abbreviated SI), and the abbreviations sec (instead of s),
If VGS = 0 and VDS is further increased to a more positive voltage, then the depletion zone
gets so large that it pinches off the n-channel. This suggests that the current in the nchannel
(ID) would drop to 0A, but it does just the opposite: as VDS increa
problems. The areas of engineering mathematics are growing but most often retain their
b. The student can absorb new information more rapidly by being able to fit it into the
c. Knowledge of the conceptual struc
computers, from none or little use to extensive use. More on this below.
3. The beauty of engineering mathematics. Engineering mathematics relies on
relatively few basic concepts and involves powerful unifying principles. We point
out whenever they a
to the field of engineering mathematics. It should encourage the students to be creative in
their own interests and careers and perhaps also to make contributions to engineering
Further Changes and New Features
Parts of Chap.
orthogonal eigenfunction expansions (Secs. 11.5, 11.6), where they fit better conceptually
(rather than in Chap. 5), being extensions of Fouriers idea of using orthogonal functions.
Openings of Parts and Chapters Rewritten As Well As Parts of Sections
Associate Professor of Mathematics
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circuit for the CE amplifier. It sets the proper operating point for the amplifier.
c. Emitter bypass capacitor (CE)-This capacitor is connected in parallel with the
emitter resistance RE to provide low reactance path to the amplified a.c. signal. If