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Portfolio of limited production furniture

Portfolio of limited production furniture

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Layout Design of a Furniture Production Line Using Formal Methods

Layout Design of a Furniture Production Line Using Formal Methods

Green and Al-Hakim (1985) used a GA to find the part family as well as the layout between cells. In his formulation, he limited the arrangement of cell as either linear single row or linear double row. The developed algorithm is more towards the cells system layout, or the layout of production floor, rather than the cell layout, or the machine layout. The actual layout of machines within cells was not considered. Banerjee and Zhou (1995) formulated the facilities design optimization problem for a single-loop layout using genetic algorithms. The developed algorithm is for the cell systems layout and hence does not consider the layout of machines within cell. Fu and Kaku (1997) presented a plant layout problem formulation for a job shop manufacturing system where the objective is to minimize the average Work in Process. They modeled the plant as an open queuing network under a set of assumptions. The problem reduces to a Queuing Assignment Problem (QAP). Simulation was used to minimize the average Material Handling costs and minimizing the Average Work in Process.
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Portfolio mix of SLR : a study on treassury & FI operations of BRAC Bank Limited

Portfolio mix of SLR : a study on treassury & FI operations of BRAC Bank Limited

Initially, the main objective of BRAC Bank was to reach the large number of unbanked people which were not covered by traditional banks. BRAC Bank‟s operation now cuts across all segment and services in financial industry and continues to broaden it‟s horizon in retail, corporate, foreign remittance and other arenas. BRAC Bank intends to set standards as the market leader in Bangladesh. It will prove that a locally owned institution can provide efficient, friendly and modern full-service banking on a profitable basis. It will produce earnings and pay out dividends that can support the activities of BRAC & the Bank‟s major shareholder. Development and poverty alleviation on a countrywide basis needs mass production, mass consumption and mass financing. BRAC Bank‟s goal is to provide mass financing to enable mass production and mass consumption and thereby contribute to the development of Bangladesh. The Bank‟s goals are thus aligned with those of mother BRAC. BRAC Bank‟s vision statement is "Building a profitable and a socially responsible financial institution focused on Markets and Business with growth potential, thereby assisting BRAC and stakeholders build a "just, enlightened, healthy, democratic and poverty free Bangladesh.
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Automation of Nesting and Cutting Processes of Leather Furniture Production: A Case Study

Automation of Nesting and Cutting Processes of Leather Furniture Production: A Case Study

systems; i.e., hardware and software [20]. The hardware consists of a cutting table with two stations for cutting, one computer for cutting and one computer for nesting. The cutting system is equipped with two personal computers that are networked with a server. The cutting computer controls the hide scanning and cutting operations for the cutter. The nesting computer is used for the automatic nesting function, and can also act as the server for the system if it is not to be connected the system to an existing network. The cutting system uses a number of modules as the software. The software controls the machine through a servo motion control card that interfaces with the servo motors and switches through a control cabinet. In addition, the software provides file editing and processing functions, and limited production information. Cut files can be loaded and stored on the server computer hard disk drives and accessed using the Local Area Network (LAN), which is required for this system installation.
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Exploring the Utilization of Lesser Known Species for Furniture Production—A Case Study in the Western Region, Ghana

Exploring the Utilization of Lesser Known Species for Furniture Production—A Case Study in the Western Region, Ghana

Although Ghana is generally considered as a country with abundant forest in- ventories, the available high-grade hardwood is quite limited due to a host of physical, economic and social factors. While the demand for wood products has been projected to grow a significant rate, a major problem faced by the wood products industry is a shortage of high-grade hardwood and contributed to the increasing pressure on the forest and the environment [6]. Analysis from the re- sults revealed that most people do not have knowledge on the use of less- er-known species. Research has shown that in the 1970s timber was next to co- coa as a major foreign exchange earner in Ghana with a contribution to the Gross National Products of about 11% and started to decline reaching its lowest level in 1982 with a total capacity utilization fallen to a meager 15 percent [2]. Ozame and Smith [12] noted that increasing timber cost and competition for high-grade timber may increase the wood products and make it more difficult for wood products manufacturers to enhance or maintain their competitiveness. Since these problems are primarily due to the lack of suitable markets for low-grade hardwood, there is a growing interest in probing the potential for us- ing low-grade hardwood to produce high value products. Adding value to low grade hardwood through high value products will directly benefit furniture users and wood products enterprises as well as many rural communities. The results revealed that many woodworkers do not have knowledge about the use of less- er-known species for making furniture. Out of 238 respondents 75% of them said they have no knowledge about making furniture with lesser-known species whiles 25% of them said they have knowledge about using lesser-known species to make furniture. Again, it was obvious from the results that few woodworkers use lesser-known species to make furniture. The rest do not use. Thirty-four percent of the respondents said they have use lesser-known species to make fur- niture before. Whiles the government is encouraging people to use lesser-known species as substitutes to high-grade lumber, majority of the people are not using them. The results also shown that, most lesser-known species are not always available in local market. Celtic, Yaya and Koto were the lesser-known species that could be found in the local timber markets.
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Scottish masonic furniture

Scottish masonic furniture

The first items to be made exclusively for lodge use and paid for out of lodge funds were undoubtedly the boxes and chests which held the minute books and ready money. The earliest known seating belonging to a lodge, two caqueteuse chairs at Aberdeen, were commemorative pieces and are best regarded as part of the wider tradition within that area of making and presenting such chairs. From the 1730s, however, Scottish lodges began to rent permanent meeting places and to acquire furniture. By the 1780s it was common practice and comparisons can be made between commissions. Moreover, it is often easier to establish the cost and origin of these pieces than it is of those presented by distinguished members (as custom came to dictate) in the later 19th century. The furniture surveyed in this work inevitably came from lodges enjoying some degree of prosperity at the time the items were made and thereafter. A considerable proportion of the furniture which survives from before 1840 was made in coastal towns. This reflects the eighteenth century prosperity of places such as Cromarty or Kirkcaldy, which were both ports and manufacturing centres, as well as their subsequent decline. Few pedestals survive from this period while it is probable that torcheres made of wood were an innovation of the later nineteenth century. Consequently this chapter will focus on chests and chairs with short sections devoted to canopies, pedestals and flooring and lighting. The point in the development of each individual society at which items were acquired and whether or not they were made by a member of the lodge will be discussed before stylistic development by furniture type is considered.
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Smart Sensory Furniture

Smart Sensory Furniture

SSF systems require the use of sensors that seamlessly monitor the users and their environment in order to anticipate their needs and provide the necessary support and assistance in a non-invasive way. Sensing accuracy is essential to develop reliable systems, whereas transparency and invisibility greatly contribute to the sense of comfort and lack of intrusiveness. With the SSF project, we have taken the first steps toward the creation of smart environment platforms that deliver both, sensing accuracy and system transparency through the seamless integration of sensors in everyday objects like pieces of furniture.
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Furniture from the landscape

Furniture from the landscape

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Duality in furniture design

Duality in furniture design

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Market adapted furniture

Market adapted furniture

Rochester Institute of Technology RIT Scholar Works Theses Thesis/Dissertation Collections 2013 Market adapted furniture Casey Reeve Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarwo[r]

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Redesign Ming Furniture

Redesign Ming Furniture

The first chair is the round-armed chair. In the surveys, the audiences care more about the human factor aspects of this chair, for example, the round back which support the people’s back to lean, the armed part which could place the people’s arm on it, the size of the sitting space could let a fat person feel unrestrained and comfortable. With holding these, I simplify the furniture without losing these functions. Figure 10 is the step to simplify this chair, with holding the seating’s function. I change the sitting area’s materials from two to one, which makes it looks more
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The Furniture of Ubiquitous Computing

The Furniture of Ubiquitous Computing

Although many interesting research projects have been going on in the ubicomp research community, many of them are not suited for home environment where special sensing devices do not fit. Having visible desktop computers and sensors in the home environment is not favored by people, because most of such devices are either ugly or alien to living room atmosphere. Some sensors can make people nervous because people know that cameras and sensing devices can easily cause privacy problems. A good solution to this problem is to embed computers and sensors in everyday objects like furniture and lighting equipments so that people cannot notice the existence of special devices and computers. Many researchers have done experiments to use home furniture like wardrobes[8], drawers[4], photo frames[3], trash boxes[9], curtains[2], etc. Computing on tables and desks have long been a hot research topic and many systems like DigitalDesk[12], metaDESK[10], etc. have been researched. Using computing resources in the kitchen has also been an active research topic[3], and varioius augmented kitchen appliances like microwaves[11] have been proposed. Various intelligent light bulbs 1234 have been proposed as
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Staved construction in furniture

Staved construction in furniture

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Production Efficiency Enhancement Using Improved
Working Posture Of Material Handling Activity In
Furniture Industry

Production Efficiency Enhancement Using Improved Working Posture Of Material Handling Activity In Furniture Industry

Hasro Furniture Gallery (M) Sdn. Bhd. which is s located at Lot 12, Jalan PBR 28, Phase 4C, Bukit Rambai Industrial Area, 75250 Melaka. Hasro was established in 1978 as an enterprising cottage industry that sought to create unique and quality furniture for a discerning market. The founder, Mr. Hashim Mohamad is the successor of a family with long established wood carpentry tradition and was responsible in moulding the commercial entity out of his lifelong passion for woodworking and craftsmanship. Through its growth, Hasro has made a name for itself in being totally committed to achieving the highest standards of furniture making. Today, Hasro‘s product has successfully gained international market appeal with demands growing beyond Malaysian shores.
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Limited Tender for Production of Short Film on Aadhaar

Limited Tender for Production of Short Film on Aadhaar

o Delay in delivery of final film (after final approval): After the draft version of the film is approved, the agency has to deliver final product within five days as per the Technical Details mentioned in S.No. 10. A penalty of 2% per day on the total cost of production will be levied after the fifth day since communication of approval of final draft. The assignment will not be accepted if the same is delivered after 5 days of last date of scheduled deadlines.

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Risk and Return Analysis of Portfolio Management Services of Reliance Nippon Asset Management Limited (RNAM)

Risk and Return Analysis of Portfolio Management Services of Reliance Nippon Asset Management Limited (RNAM)

securities from a large number of securities, amount to be allotted for each, the period for which it is to be held and when to buy or sell/ dispose it etc. Moreover, the risk and return of the portfolio he/she holds differs from those of the individual securities which form the portfolio. It is pertinent to note that, the returns of even best performing funds of various asset management companies have varied over a large range from as low as 1% to 42% depending on the period of review, time horizon ie duration of investment, type of funds etc. The periods investors usually consider, differ from person to person but are mostly limited to returns since inception, returns in last five/ three/ two/one years and in last six months etc.
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ASSESSMENT OF THE FURNITURE INDUSTRY IN LATVIA

ASSESSMENT OF THE FURNITURE INDUSTRY IN LATVIA

The furniture industry plays a very important role in the national economy of Latvia. To make a complete development assessment, it is required to identify the most significant specifics of this industry as well as to analyse key characteristics indicating the development of this industry. Based on the present research, it was concluded that the most significant specifics of the industry were: elasticity of production, production process, and output, low production cost etc. The number of enterprises that were engaged in the furniture industry in Latvia decreased, therefore, the number of employees proportionally declined in this industry. The majority of these enterprises were micro-enterprises that employed less than 9 people. Although the number of small and medium enterprises was 25 in 2009, the number of employees in these enterprises accounted for 45.1% of the total number of employees in the furniture industry: in medium – 33.0 and in small ones – 12.1%-points. At enterprises employing from 50 to 249 employees, on average, 98 specialists, while in large enterprises – 264 people – were employed.
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Contemporary furniture and the pursuit of comfort

Contemporary furniture and the pursuit of comfort

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Environmental Sculptural Furniture and Furnishings

Environmental Sculptural Furniture and Furnishings

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The Influence of Materials in Furniture Design

The Influence of Materials in Furniture Design

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