Question;Homework Questions:(1). You are responsible for an operation that has 12 distinct jobs. Seven of those jobs must beprocessed in two operations: D and E. All seven jobs must go through D and E in thatsequence, i.e., D first and then E. Determine the optimal order in which the jobs should besequenced through the process using the following times:JobProcess D TimeProcess E Time196285377463512626747(2). A work center has five jobs assigned to it. They are labeled, in the order of their arrival inthe shop, as jobs A, B, C, D, and E. The work center may work on only one job at a time andmust complete any job it starts before starting another job. Job A has a processing time of 6days and is due to the customer in 9 days. Job B has a processing time of 2 days and is due in16 days. Job C has a processing time of 4 days and is due in 10 days. Job D has a processingtime of 3 days and is due in 7 days. Job E has a processing time of 5 days and is due in 12days. Using the earliest due date (EDD) priority rule, what will be the average lateness of theseorders?(3). You have run a capacity resource profile on your shop. Products have been routedsequentially through resources A, B, C, and D. The capacity resource profile tells you thatresource A is scheduled at 95% of capacity, resource B at 80% of capacity, resource C at 130%of capacity, and resource D at 100% of capacity. Assuming that the data we used to calculatethe capacity resource profile was accurate, how would you employ the ?drum, buffer rope?thinking?
Paper#62064 | Written in 18-Jul-2015Price : $22