Question;Module 4 - CaseQUEUING ANALYSIS | SUSTAINABILITYVirtual WorldEBBD EMAIL ? for Internal Use OnlyTo: YouFrom: Danny Wilco Subject: Re: Deliveries clogging the loading dock areaOK, here?s what I want to know: how often do we have more than 5 trucks, more than 6 trucks, and more than 7 trucks. What is the highest number of trucks we may have in the system with a 95% probability? And then, assuming the arrival rate of the deliveries does not change, what does the unload rate need to be so that we can service up to five trucks 95% of the time? In other words if we want a 95% probability of 5 or fewer trucks in the system at any one time, what does the unload (service) rate need to be. Then, consider that we have two unloading teams, each able to unload trucks at the same rate. What does the unloading rate need to be for each team in order to ensure (100%) 5 or fewer trucks in the system at any time? I know we don?t have room for two unloading teams at this time, but there is a possibility we might make room in the future.Analyze this situation and determine what we need to know and give me report. At this point in time, I am looking only for the problem to be quantified and the unload rate determined for the current situation (single server) and possible two servers.Let me know if you have any questions.~DW, VP LogOps.Learning WizardIf you have mastered the examples and exercises provided in the Background from the Queuing PowerPoint, you are ready to tackle the EBBD problem.The current situation is a Single Server situation. Enter the arrival rate and service rate to calculate the pertinent queuing system state data. Find out the probabilities of 5 or more trucks in the system, then 6, then 7. Then use trial and error to find the greatest number of trucks or less that can be in the system with 95% (or as close to 95%).For the Multi-server problem you will need to use a similar process.Record the results of your calculations and save the Excel file.Then write your report.Upload the Report to Case 4. Upload the Excel file with the solution to Additional Files in Module 4.Assignment Expectations of the written report - write the report to your boss, Danny Wilco.The report should thoroughly address these aspects in depth and breadth:Problem situation: clearly elucidate the problem situation at EBBDAssumptions: what are the assumptions that need to be made and your critical evaluationSolution: discuss how you developed the Solver solution. Keep in mind that your audience is not too technical and do not need a lot of detail on this.Make sure you attach the Excel file.You should refer to the Excel file when necessary.Explanation: clear articulation of the results that you obtain, based on what Wilco is asking for.Conclusion: even though Wilco is not asking for a conclusion, you should determine if there is a conclusion to this situation and elucidate what it is.Writing style & Organization: well-formed sentences and paragraphs, well organized with flow of reason, and good use of language that pertain to concepts and terminologyUse of references & citations: References are NOT REQUIRED. If you do use any, be sure to include appropriate use of citations in the paper and reference list.odule 4 - SLPQUEUING ANALYSIS | SUSTAINABILITYSLP 4 - SustainabilityIn this SLP you will identify issues with the environment in the EESC you have been exploring. What is the Impact on Energy, water, Air, and Land? Identify such issues as pollutants, scarcity, wastes and recycling, etc.You should choose three of the industries identified and at least one of the transportation modes from your EESC. Then research these industries and transportation modes to discover issues with the environment.You can focus on specific companies as well as the general industries.Discuss these issues and what is being done to prevent negative impact and improve positive impact and sustainability of the environment and resources.Session Long ProjectReview the EESC you have been discussing. Identify at least three industries and at least one transportation mode in this EESC to research for environmental issues. Research issues regarding impact on energy, water, air, and land, pertaining to pollution, waste, scarcity, recycling, etc. Information can pertain to the industries and specific companies in those industries. Discuss these issues and what is being done to prevent negative impact and improve positive impact and sustainability of the environment and resources.SLP Assignment ExpectationsThe paper should include:Background:Brieflyreview and discuss the targeted product, company, and industryDiagram: Include the diagram of the EESCIdentify industries and transportation modes:Brieflydiscuss each of the identified industries and transportation modes.Discuss environmental issues: discusses issues and actions regarding environment and sustainability for each industry and transportation mode identified.Clarity and Organization: The paper should be well organized and clearly discuss the various topics and issues in depth and breadth.Use of references and citations: at least six (6) proper references should be used correctly, cited in the text, and listed in the references using an appropriate style, It is not necessary to use APA format, but it is suggested that this format be used or another format similar.Length: The paper should be three to four pages ? the body of the paper excluding title page and references page.NOTE: You will need to do independent research and find at least four appropriate references.
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