2 edition of Efficient allocation of work in unpaced production lines found in the catalog.
Efficient allocation of work in unpaced production lines
Omer A Aras
by Management Research Center, School of Management, Syracuse University in Syracuse, N.Y
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||by Omer A. Aras|
|Series||Independent study research : working paper series - School of Management, Syracuse University ; ISR 78-1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Although several researchers have studied the problem of optimizing buffer allocation to maximize the efficiency of a reliable production line, there is no method that can handle this problem for large production lines, in a computationally efficient way (see for example,, and). These methods are based on comprehensive studies to characterize. The allocation of servers and the allocation of work are two important decision variables in designing production line systems. Previous studies of each variable in isolation have found that throughput is maximized by using an allocation that gives preferential treatment to interior stations (especially center stations) over the two end by:
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Book Description. This book covers the area of unpaced, unbalanced production lines. You will find an up-to-date discussion of how designing these lines can be made more efficient by taking advantage of inherent imbalance -- for example operators who work at different speeds- a concept which has traditionally been seen as an obstacle to efficient production.
This book covers the area of unpaced, unbalanced production lines. You will find an up-to-date discussion of how designing these lines can be made more efficient by taking advantage of inherent imbalance -- for example operators who work at different speeds- a concept which has traditionally been seen as an obstacle to efficient production.
A series of. Efficiency of paced and unpaced assembly lines are compared using oral aspects such as state-dependent behavior and fatigue are geneity of workers in experience and in exhibiting a state-dependent behavior are d lines are superior but to a lesser degree than estimated by models ignoring these behavioral aspects.
Column Δ in Table 8 shows the relative difference of the efficiency of the unpaced line to the one of the paced line E unpaced E paced-1 %. Since the efficiency of the paced and unpaced lines with three stations are already reported in Table 4, Table 5, we directly give the Δ Cited by: 6.
This paper provides results related to the optimal design of unpaced production lines. It has been shown previously that unbalancing an unpaced production line in an appropriate way will increase its production rate.
Results are presented here which show how the optimal allocation of work between stations changes with respect to —Cited by: Request PDF | Unpaced production lines with three simultaneous imbalance sources | Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the performance of unpaced reliable production lines.
Two key decisions in designing an unpaced assembly line are the allocation of work to the stations and the allocation of buffer storage space between the stations.
The failure and repair rates (based on) are summarized in Table efficiency in terms of MTBF was fixed at % for three levels of reliability. For example, the line efficiency for high reliability is MTBF 25/(MTBF 25 + MTTR 5 = %).
Each production run of 20, min has been broken down i min of uptime and min of by: 2. This article presents the results of a study investigating the performance of unpaced unreliable production lines (i.e.
subject to breakdown) that are unbalanced in. Assembly Line Balancing: A Review of Developments and Trends in Approach to Industrial Application Naveen Kumar.
& Dalgobind Mahto 1 Abstract - Assembly line balancing is to know how tasks are to be assigned to workstations, so that the predetermined goal is achieved. Minimization of the number of workstations and. Optimal buffer allocation in production lines.
of work and buffer space in unpaced production lines with random processing times buffer locations required to increase the efficiency of a. Abstract: We compare the efficiency of reliable and unreliable unpaced production lines that are unbalanced in terms of their buffer storage capacities to a corresponding line with equal sized buffers.
The lines were simulated with different values of line length, buffer storage size, mean buffer capacity, and configuration of buffer : Sabry Shaaban, Tom McNamara, Sarah Hudson. As illustrated in the table, unpaced synchronous production lines tend to be more efficient than paced lines, particularly with high task variance.
Consider, for example, the high-variance situation with a 95 percent probability of meeting the cycle by: 9. Performance analysis of serial production lines with quality inspection machines.
International Journal of Systems Science, 29, Google Scholar Cross Ref; Hiller, F. S., & So, K. The effect of the coefficient of variation of operation times on the allocation of storage space in production line systems.
IIE Transactions, 23 Author: HanMan-Soo, ParkDong-Jo. Downloadable (with restrictions). One of the primary elements of a sustainable manufacturing initiative is that of energy efficiency.
Line balancing can be used to design efficient manufacturing systems for paced assembly lines when the operation times are known, but may provide inefficient assignments with variable task times.
Thus, we propose the use of unpaced synchronous lines. This paper contributes to total production line knowledge by providing performance improvement methods for unpaced merging assembly lines with asymmetrical buffer allocation, and inexpensive or no cost managerial options to increase productivity and resource utilization, and decrease waste, in asymmetrical merging assembly by: 2.
This paper contributes to total production line knowledge by providing performance improvement methods for unpaced merging assembly lines with asymmetrical buffer allocation, and inexpensive or no.
Micieta, B. & Stollmann,V.: Assembly Line Balancing 1. Introduction Before the advent of the assembly line, when a commercial good was manufactured, it was usually created by hand, from individually fabricated parts.
An assembly line is suitable for a type of industrial production in which prefabricated,File Size: KB. F.S. Hillier, R.W. Boling, The effect of some design factors on the efficiency of production lines with variable operation times, J Ind Eng, 17 () Google Scholar; bib Hillier FS, Boling RW.
Toward characterizing the optimal allocation of work in production line systems with variable operation times.
In modern production systems that perform under high cost environments, even small improvements in line efficiency represents large savings over the lifetime of an assembly line.
In the beginning of modern production systems, it was thought that a `perfectly balanced' line was the most efficient way to design the line. However in practice, the ideal perfectly balanced line Cited by: 4. In this chapter, two separate design problems are considered, viz., the work-load allocation problem and the server allocation problem in production lines.
In a broad sense both design problems are related to the allocation of work from the point of view of the : Chrissoleon T. Papadopoulos, Michael J. Vidalis, Michael E. J. O’Kelly, Diomidis Spinellis.production lines, semi-automated production lines and manual production nature of a production line depends on the complexity of the manufacturing parts, the production volume, the sensitivity of the product and cost.
Industries’ management plan and layout their production lines according to specific production requirements.In serial production systems, storage may be provided between processes to avoid interference due to lack of synchronization.
This paper investigates the behavior of lines buffered in this way and explores the distribution and quantity of work-in-process (WIP) inventory that accumulates. We study simple, generic production systems to gain insight into the behavior of more Cited by: