Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byStephan Purinton Modified over 2 years ago

1
1 3. Process Flow Measures Three Sequential Operations; One Oven Operation AOperation BOperation C You Oven Friend 15 Time (minutes) Capacity (per hour) 205 =60/15 = 4 =60/20 = 3 =60/5 = 12 Throughput Time 15+20+5 = 40 Process Capacity = 3 You also need to subtract 40 minutes from your overall available time because it takes you 40 minutes to produce the first unit. Therefore id you have 4×60 minutes. It will take 40 minutes to produce 1, and then in the remaining time which is 240-40 = 200 you will produce 1 unit per 20 minuts, i.e. 3 units per hour. And a total capacity of 1+1+3*3= 11 per 4 hours

2
2 3. Process Flow Measures Two Ovens Operation AOperation BOperation C You Oven Friend 15 Time (minutes) Capacity (per hour) 205 =60/15 = 4 = 2×60/20 = 6 =60/5 = 12 Throughput Time 15+20+5 = 40 Process Capacity = 4

3
3 3. Process Flow Measures Two Ovens Plus Cross Functional Workers Operation AOperation BOperation C Human Oven Human 15 Time (minutes) 205 Resource Human Oven Time 5+1520 Capacity 2*60/20 =6120/20 =6

4
4 3. Process Flow Measures Flow Time; Parallel Tasks A B C D 2 2 4 1 TT = 2+2+4+1 = 9 A B C D 2 2 4 1 TT = 2+(max(2,4))+1 = 7 M1H1 H2M2 H1 H2 M2 M1 Capacity M1 =30, H1=30, H2=15, M2=60

5
5 3. Process Flow Measures Christine, Roommate, Mixer, and Oven ResourceChristine RoomateMixerOven Time84610 Capacity60/8 =7.560/4=1560/6=1060/10 = 6

6
6 3. Process Flow Measures Two Ovens ResourceChristine RoomateMixerOven Time84610 Capacity60/8 =7.560/4=1560/6=10120/10 =12

7
7 3. Process Flow Measures Cross Functional Workers ResourceHuman MixerOven Time8+4610 Capacity120/12 =1060/6=10120/10 =12

8
8 3. Process Flow Measures Parallel Operations A B C D 2 2 4 1 TT = 2+(max(2,4))+1 = 7 H H M2 M1 Capacity A =30, B=30, C=15, D=60

9
9 3. Process Flow Measures Partitioning the Task to do it In Paralell A B C1 D 2 2 3 1 TT = 2+(max(3,3))+1 = 6 H H M2 M1 Capacity A =30, B=20, C=20, D=60 C2 1 H

Similar presentations

OK

Economics of the Internet. 2 How Is Internet Access Priced? Connection pricing –a fixed-bandwidth connection is charged an annual fee committed information.

Economics of the Internet. 2 How Is Internet Access Priced? Connection pricing –a fixed-bandwidth connection is charged an annual fee committed information.

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Ppt on power system protection Ppt on pronouns for grade 3 Ppt on nepali culture show Ppt on art of war Download ppt on dot net Ppt on file system in unix run Ppt on channels of distribution in marketing Ppt on depth first search example Ppt on australia continent map Ppt on indian armed forces