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Validation Of Developed Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) Integrated Flow System Model Of Ims For Piemf

Validation Of Developed Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) Integrated Flow System Model Of Ims For Piemf

The MRP-based integrated flow system model shows the flow of materials, energy, and information that bind the elements of the equipment manufacturing system and help explain its behaviour. The relationship between and among the elements is based on an orderly flow of logic. The flow model could be used to abstract a real world system in the model form to conform to specific values as basis for determining PIEMF and to relate it back to the real world of EMFs operations as a control technique. Table11 shows the descriptive statistics of the result of the test case of MRP-based integrated flow system model as shown indicate the model effectiveness and valid for PIEMF at 95% confidence interval with F-value = 3.121 and P-value (sig.) = 0.034 , as validated by the Three EMFS. EMFs receives the Customized Order Batch Quantity (COBQ) with time and cost frames, quantity and quality specifications. The information flows to order processing and cost accounting departments of the EMFs and in collaboration with technical experts, works out quantity and quality of dependent demand items to satisfy the COBQ. The information is then transferred to MRP system to prepare or determine the requirement explosion, master production schedule, bill of materials, estimate of lead time and inventory status file as MRP inputs. The MRP system will process this information to generate MRP outputs in the form of planned order release, planned order schedule and inventory transaction details. The procurement management unit will take actions in the supply of requisite cost effective materials based on MRP inputs and outputs requirements that will satisfy the budgeted cost, quantity and quality specifications. Raw materials and components parts for EMF that will meet the predetermined objectives will be supplied into the production systems. The production systems transforms the materials and components parts into finished equipment products using the predetermined energy units, capital, labour and time. There are drivers in the form of controllable factors and necessary requirements for effective inventory management toward accomplishing the COBQ. The completed COBQ, through the help of manufacturing planning and control functions evaluates the performance of EMF in terms of budgeted cost, scheduled time (cycle time and throughput), quality standards, demand COBQ and energy consumption. The actual outcome that deviate from the
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Figure.1 Supply chain Management A-Main Entity of supply chain management Supplier ( Raw material, Components, Energy, service Producers / Manufacturers (Product, Power, Professional Service, Government Service, Education (service ) Customers (Retailer, W

Figure.1 Supply chain Management A-Main Entity of supply chain management Supplier ( Raw material, Components, Energy, service Producers / Manufacturers (Product, Power, Professional Service, Government Service, Education (service ) Customers (Retailer, Wholesaler, Distributor and Consumer )

Abstract-The globalization of company is the excellent object to happen to supply chain management (SCM) in the last 30 years. This study tries to describe the impact of information technology (IT) in supply chain management (SCM). The criteria include the applications of Information Technology (IT) to get the high firm performance comprising marketing performance, financial performance, and customer satisfaction. The information and communication technologies create as one of the biggest consent of the current supply chain management (SCM). This study focuses on one of the vital use of information technologies in SCM background, that is to say Materials Requirement Planning (MRP), manufacturing resource planning (MRP-II), Enterprise resources planning (ERP), SCM-software, Electronic data Interchange, Bar Coding and Scanner, Radio Frequency-Identification technology (RFID) Supply Chain Execution software, Wide Area network (WAN) Technologies, Metropolitan Area network (MAN) Technologies, Local Area network (LAN) Technologies Internet and intranet service etc. These types and ways of information technologies related to supply chain management is examine.
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A Mathematical Modeling Approach for Materials Requirements Planning in Remanufacturing

A Mathematical Modeling Approach for Materials Requirements Planning in Remanufacturing

There are few studies that have investigated materials planning decisions in remanufacturing environments. Most studies focus on disassembly planning which involves determining the quantity of used products to be ordered in order to fulfill the need for parts and subassemblies obtained from disassembly. Some of these studies alternatively refer to disassembly scheduling as reversed materials requirement planning (RMRP) since the problem in question is basically a reversed form of the regular MRP (see Lee, Kang and Xirouchakis, 2001; Inderfurth and Langella, 2006; Barba-Gutierrez, Adenso-Diaz and Gupta, 2008). In another example of the works related to MRP, Gupta and Taleb (1994) present a materials requirements planning for a simple product structure where parts disassembled from cores are the only source to be used as parts for new items. Veerakamolmal and Gupta (2000) study a materials planning problem with deterministic core numbers. In their formulation, part requirements are initially met from disassembled parts and new parts are only purchased if needed. The present study enables the decision maker to choose between these two options – disassembly versus purchase of new parts to manufacture new units – to maximize cost effectiveness. In another paper related to this study, Langella (2007) treats both disassembly and purchase of new parts to minimize the total cost of remanufacturing, thereby making an improvement to an earlier heuristic algorithm (Taleb and Gupta, 1997). However, unlike this study, he assumes individual core disassembly times (independent of the number of parts in the core) and zero lead times for cores and new parts.
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Implementation of RFID technology for real time materials tracking process in construction projects

Implementation of RFID technology for real time materials tracking process in construction projects

Abstract—The management of materials in construction projects is a key function that significantly contributes to the success of a project. Materials management is made problematic by materials shortages, delays in supply, price fluctuations, damage and wastage, and lack of storage space. Paper-based reports are mostly used to record and exchange information related to the materials component within a supply chain, which is problematic, error-prone, and inefficient. Generally, emerging technologies such as wireless system, bar-coding and RFID are not being adequately used to overcome human error and are not well integrated with project management systems to make the tracking and management of materials easier and faster. Thus, this study seeks to identify the potential employment of that technology focusing on RFID for materials management in construction projects. As a precursor to this work, a literature review on materials management and exploring RFID technology potentially being employ in materials tracking was conducted. The findings reveal the needs for more sophisticated materials management solutions to improve on-site materials tracking and inventory management processes. The paper concludes by presenting a real-time materials tracking process with RFID employment to improve materials management in the construction site.
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Microarchitecture as creative tourism: in context of urban shopping area

Microarchitecture as creative tourism: in context of urban shopping area

The urban retail and leisure settings in Malaysia had a specific theme and design for the microarchitecture which more modern to symbolize the urban culture and lifestyle. However, what actually the visitors and tourists experiences during their visit to the urban retail and leisure settings? Are they really satisfied with what they are gazing throughout their visit to the urban retail and leisure settings? In context of microarchitecture planning and design aspects at the urban retail and leisure area, it had only fulfill the basic requirement and it importance had been ignored in the planning and design stage. Thus, it resulted that no integration between the public facilities and retail in the building planning and design process and in addition, it had led to lack of creativity and innovation for the production of public facilities and retail kiosk designs. The public facilities and retail designs and appearances can be turned into the ‘creative tour’ and improve the quality of local society’s life. The first example was Australia, which is drafting its first national cultural policy in 1994, positioned itself as a ‘Creative Nation’ aiming to:
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Identification of Managerial Skill Prevailing In Tirupur Knitwear Industry

Identification of Managerial Skill Prevailing In Tirupur Knitwear Industry

It is observed that managers working in Tirupur knitwear factories expected to strengthen following work skills: demand forecasting, distribution requirement planning, functional knowledge, inventory management, integration of information flow internally and externally, garment cutting and tailoring skill, dyeing and printing skills. It has been inferred that sample managers expected to strengthen

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MRI Planimetry and Magnetic Resonance Parkinsonism Index in the Differential Diagnosis of Patients with Parkinsonism

MRI Planimetry and Magnetic Resonance Parkinsonism Index in the Differential Diagnosis of Patients with Parkinsonism

The MRPI was indeed the most potent imaging marker for the differential diagnosis of PSP from all other groups in our cohort. This also applied to the differential diagnosis of PSP from MSA-P or PD. It has been reported that these imaging findings are present early in the disease course of patients with PSP, often before the complete clinical phenotype of Richardson syndrome is evi- dent. 21,22,25 This finding renders the MRPI and midbrain-to-

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Complex Of Country Architectural Ensemble Complexes Chor Bakr

Complex Of Country Architectural Ensemble Complexes Chor Bakr

Ismail Samani, the ruler of Bukhara, donated the lands of Juji Mulien Ali ibn Al Hussein (later named Jyubara Sheikhs) in the village of Sumitan, south of Shakhristan. In consequence, his descendants by faith served the prosperity of Bukhara. Khodja Saad, built here sardaba (facilities for storing water sources), a char bug (traditional garden), a thyme (commercial dome), etc. Abu Bakr Saad's death is in the Char Baqr Memorial Complex. At the grave of the saint there was a necropolis of tombs - Khazirs, consisting of courtyards surrounded by walls. Graves- nicks-sagana were arranged over the graves. All papers in IJSTR Transactions are edited electronically. A final submission materials check list, transmission and compression information, and general publication materials can be found at: http://www.ijstr.org.
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The political identities of neighbourhood planning in England

The political identities of neighbourhood planning in England

The political boundaries of neighbourhood plans The first line of political antagonism encountered in neighbourhood planning is the requirement on town and parish councils or neighbourho[r]

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An Application Model for the Effective Implementation of a Project Quality Plan

An Application Model for the Effective Implementation of a Project Quality Plan

The process of observing, verifying and evaluating the completed work is called inspection and testing. The inputs required to this process are varied and originated from different sources including resources management, quality planning, and auditing. The PQP becomes the main source for inspection and testing procedure and the resources management being the source for the deployment of the equipment and infrastructure required for undertaking testing activity. Both the input (raw materials) and the output including final products and services are tested for conformance and requirements. Apart from this, the on-going process is continuously checked for its performance, which is called in-process inspection. Audited data on past processes forms input as a referral material for the current inspection. Contractual specifications, inspection and test plan control the ‘inspection and testing’ activity to ensure that testing are not unnecessarily performed and are done right towards the overall objective of the project. All data and results obtained through this process are recorded for future use.
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An Analysis of Drug Requirement Plan and Its
Relationship with Anti-Hypertension Drug Availability
at Community Health Centers

An Analysis of Drug Requirement Plan and Its Relationship with Anti-Hypertension Drug Availability at Community Health Centers

Pharmaceutical service at Community Health Centers is an integrated activity with the aim of identifying, preventing, and resolving drug issues and health-related issues. The issue of drug availability has been linked with the rational use of drugs in accordance with the Quick's (1997) remark that doctors, patients, drug availability, and service quality are mutually influencing parts of a cycle 11 . Community Health Centers have functions of pharmaceutical preparation management and clinical pharmacy service 7, 14, 10 . The function of drug management consists of; requirement plan; demand plan; reception; storage: distribution; control; recording; reporting and filing; monitoring and evaluation of management.
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Enhance the performance of MRP (Material Requirement Planning) System by using proposed Designed Software

Enhance the performance of MRP (Material Requirement Planning) System by using proposed Designed Software

Another major problem with MRP systems is the requirement that the user specify how long it will take a factory to make a product from its component parts (assuming they are all available). Additionally, the system design also assumes that this "lead time" in manufacturing will be the same each time the item is made, without regard to quantity being made, or other items being made simultaneously in the factory.

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Paired-cell Overlapping Loops of Cards with Authorization Simulation In Job shop Environment

Paired-cell Overlapping Loops of Cards with Authorization Simulation In Job shop Environment

PMFC mechanism can be classified into two main functions: order release and material flow control [1]. Order release determines the time to release a particular job into the production to start for production [1]. Material flow control regulates the flow material throughout the production [5]. For material flow control, there are three types of manufacturing system, namely the pull system, push system and hybrid push/pull system [6]. Many material flow control have been developed such as base stock system, material requirements planning, just in time, workload control, constant work in process (CONWIP) and etc, which use to increase the performance of the shop floor [7]. However, the traditional pull control strategies such as Kanban and CONWIP has its own limitations when applied in a high mix and low volume environment [8]. Kanban requires a minimum inventory in each workstation [4]. Once the inventory is taken by the downstream process, an immediate signals will send to the upstream to begin work to replenish this quantity [4]. If this concept is applied to the high mix and low volume environment, it will result in high WIP at each stage [4].
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Trademark Trolls: A Problem in the United States?

Trademark Trolls: A Problem in the United States?

C OMPETITION § 19:1.75 (4th ed. 2014) (noting only Argentina, Canada, Indonesia, Mexico, the Philippines, and the United States require use for registration and/or renewal). At least two commentators have noted that the “use” requirement prevents a trademark troll problem from developing. See David H. Bernstein & Andrew Gilden, No Trolls Barred: Trademark Injunctions After eBay, 99 T RADEMARK R EP . 1037, 1064–65 (2009) (citing Gwilym Roberts, Patent Trolls—New Name—Old Problem?, CIPA J., Aug. 2005, at 523). Moreover, one commentator has analyzed a Seventh Circuit case which canceled a purported trademark troll’s mark because of a failure to use the mark. See Folgers, supra note 23. Folgers explains that the Seventh Circuit properly canceled the trademark registration of the supposed troll based on a finding of a lack of use. See id. at 452–55. Folgers also discusses how the cancellation process is an advantageous device to deter trolls who fail to satisfy the use requirement under the Lanham Act. See id. at 464−70.
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Statistics in planning and development

Statistics in planning and development

The relevant government department responsible for planning also engage in a series of statistical endeavours including (1) assessment of statistical requirement for the country in line with international standards, provide general direction to statistical activities, designating statistics collecting agency and authorizing products, (2) conduct periodic censuses on population, agriculture, live-stock establishment and industries, conduct socio-economic and demographic surveys and collect, compile and publish current official statistics on all economic activities, namely agriculture, manufacture, foreign trade, Government statistics, and others, estimate national and social accounts, compile and analyses those statistics and publish reports thereof, (3) coordinate assistance and advice on methods used by various parts of the government in data collection, establish standardization and impartial objectivity in official statistics. This is important for the coordination and streamlining the kind of statistics generated/ collected by any Government agency for national and international use, (4) organize and establish data bank and electronic data processing system (5) administer the Statistics Act and Rules framed thereunder, and (6) promote research and training in statistics, organize and administer unified statistical services.
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Enterprise Resources Planning : A Case Study In Automotive Industry

Enterprise Resources Planning : A Case Study In Automotive Industry

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is an amalgamation of a company's information systems designed to bind more closely a variety of company functions including human resources, inventories and financials while simultaneously linking the company to customers and vendors (Dantes and Hasibuan, 2010). It is a process by which a company manages and integrates the important parts of its business using a software that allows a system of integrated applications to manage the business. Its management information system integrates ` s such as planning, purchasing, inventory, sales, marketing, finance, and human resources (Bajahzar et al. 2012). It is also a set of business software tools designed to facilitate the flow of information between all departments or functions within a business (Hailu et al. 2008).
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Evaluation of Total Materials Requirement for the Recycling of Elements and Materials (Urban Ore TMR) from End of Life Electric Home Appliances

Evaluation of Total Materials Requirement for the Recycling of Elements and Materials (Urban Ore TMR) from End of Life Electric Home Appliances

For the scenario 3, the estimated UO-TMR for iron was lower than NO-TMR, while UO-TMR for aluminum was still almost same as NO-TMR. The reason for this is that the dilution ratio for aluminum is 6 times, while that for iron is 1.5 times. The effect of dilution on UO-TMR will be discussed in the next section. Focusing on the materials recycling, the estimated UO-TMR for the stainless steel (SUS) was approximately half of NO-TMR, and UO-TMR of die-casting aluminum became lower than the TMR estimated from MIT. It should be noted that the needed energy for materials separation is not considered in this scenario. This issue will be also discussed in the following section.
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Planning your professional learning community

Planning your professional learning community

a PLC that we found in our project. Each one of these contains more detailed processes (look at the resource card What is a professional learning community? A summary in the introductory source materials, for specific examples). Working through each process, ask yourselves questions about what you need to do in this area if you want to introduce, develop and embed the initiative you have chosen across your school, early years setting, centre or college. In the questions we have used as examples, we have chosen Assessment for Learning as an initiative people might want to promote. So, for example, what needs to happen so you or the colleagues you are supporting can: • build trust related to promoting assessment
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KANBAN system in Automobile Industries: Feasible Study

KANBAN system in Automobile Industries: Feasible Study

In  order  for  us  to  evaluate  and  present  the  recommendation,  I  will  be   presenting  the  current  ordering  policy  cost  where  Material  Requirement   Planning  MRP  is  be[r]

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