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...Batch Background information In windows, a batch file is a script file that contains a series of commands that are interpreted with the use of the command line interpreter. It may contain any command that the interpreter accepts at the command prompt and they get interpreted one after the other. Windows batch is applicable in all the Windows versions such as XP, Vista and Windows 7. Importance It is a powerful tool for carrying out repetitive tasks, if you are creating volumes of files, you do not need much workforce to realize your goals. Network and system administration is much easier for both individuals and organizations applying Windows batch in their respective administrative roles... Windows...
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Batch Distillation Column
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...BATCH DISTILLATION COLUMN BATCH DISTILLATION COLUMN Summary Distillation is a process that is vital in the separation of liquid mixtures. This process can be conducted in either a continuous or discontinuous manner. That the latter is the basis of batch distillation. In batch distillation, the apparatus for use are loaded with the mixture to be separated at the start-up time. Different fractions of the mixture are then taken out one after another that is in batches, thus giving this process its name. The batch operation is divided into two periods, which describe the entire process. These...
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Batch Distillation Column
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...BATCH DISTILLATION Results and Inferences The following results were obtained during the batch distillation experiment: Thermocouple After 15 minutes After 30 minutes Steady State T1 77 78 70 T2 64 63 64 T3 63 63 63 T4 63 63 63 Take-off sample: 66 Bottom Sample: 97 After 15 minutes After 30 minutes Steady State Top 1.33089 1.32980 1.32937 Bottom 1.33445 1.33448 1.33447 From the Composition-Refractive Index graph that has been provided, the above data on refractive index at different times becomes useful. The refractive index for the sample is indicative of the composition of the mixture at the particular instance. In particular, the mole fraction of methanol in the mixture... MCCABE-THIELE ANALYSIS OF...
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Batch and Real-Time Processing
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...Batch and Real-Time Processing al Affiliation) Introduction It is prudent for every manager to ensure that productivity is efficient even though there is no pre-defined advantage of using either batch or real-time processing. Both processes are suitable for different transactions; hence, the weight of one over the other depends on the type of transaction. In a situation where batch processing is suitable, it would be beneficial to employ the process over the real-time processing. It is prudent to understand the abilities of both processes then evaluate their suitability on the type of transaction. As such, the basic variation between the...
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Biology BSc third year biotech project; Manipulating Biomass and PHA Production in batch and continuous cultures of Paracoccus denitrificans
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...batch, continuous and anaerobic culturing of the bacteria using both the substrate, the greatest yield was observed for the continuous culture of the P.denitrificans utilizing the acetate as the sole carbon source.... of the specific Growth rate and rate constant for the Succinate substrate S V 0 11.9 0.05 12.05 0.033 71.43 0.03 47.62 0.02 43.48 The Equation is y= 2173.9X - 2.588 Hence the slope is m = 2173.9 Therfore μ max/ Ks = 2173.9 The intercept C = -2.588 Therefore the 1/Vmax = 2.588 μmax = 0.386399 h-1. Ks = 839.9928 mg/L. Results : μ max/ Ks = 2173.9 ; 1/μmax = 2.588 ; μmax =0.386399 h-1. Ks = 839.9928 mg/L. Determination of the specific Growth rate and rate constant for the Acetate substrate:...
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Homework
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...batch size affect the average inventory? Batch size affects the average inventory as the bigger it is, the inventory shall be bolstered. However, on the flip side, if the batch size is less, the inventory levels would come down drastically. One must understand that the average inventory is a result of the sum of inventories divided by the times it is being measured. The batch size would therefore comprise of the average number of times that it would add up to form the average inventory. The need is to find out how average inventory is formed up since the batch size may or may not be changed at a given amount in time (Khumawala, 1999). This discusses how inventory as a whole... Homework 2. How does the...
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System Architecture Tasks
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...BATCH PROCESSING Batch processing is a phenomenon where a computer system executes batch jobs on a scheduled basis or when permitted by resources without user interaction. Batch jobs refers to large amounts of information such as database records, log files, billing information... ? System Architecture Tasks Number Web-centri The internet has emerged as a powerful and efficient platform for shifting marketing and sales processes online. It is arguably the environment in which virtually all business operations are operating from. A web-centric organization takes advantage of internets extensive technological power to streamline and integrate marketing and sales department to attain more customers faster...
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Technical Complexity
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...batch technology requires three levels of management. With technical complexity, continuous-process technology requires six levels of hierarchy while mass production requires four... Technical Complexity Technical complexity refers to the degree of controlling, programming, and predictability (Daft, . In simpler terms, it infers the level of mechanization in a manufacturing process. High technical complexity infers that most of the work gets performed by machines while low technical complexity indicates that workers get more involved in the production process. Continuous-process technology offers an organization with an automated conversion process. This ensures that employees do not get involved in...
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Assignment for Operations Management course
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...batch process. In a clear understanding, the company must produce caps and stored until when customers requires them. In such a situation, the best production process applicable is batch manufacturing process. Instead of manufacturing things that may not serve clients when needed, the company should produce caps in batch and store until when the customers need them... Assignment for Operations Management Operations Management The Blue Marlin Company is a company that produces baseball caps for use in different functions. Different companies have their way of organizing production in order to meet organization expectations and also satisfy its customers. In this case, Blue Marlin Company may use batch...
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Technical complexity
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...batch and unit technology, large-batch and mass production technology, and continuous process technology (Jones, 2009). Technical complexity is greatest in continuous-process technology and the reason for this is that at this level, the products are manufactured at broadest level. Almost the entire conversion task, from input to output, is performed by machines under human supervision which make this process cost effective and highly... ? Why is a technical complexity greatest with continuous-process technology? How does technical complexity affect organizational structure? There are three types of production technologies promulgated by Joan Woodward in the context of technical complexity, namely,...
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Minds, Brains and Programs
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...batch of Chinese writing in the room. In the second batch, he is given the Chinese piece of writing along with the set of rules, which are written in the English language. With the use of rules, he is enabled to correlate the Chinese symbols with one set of symbols with another set of symbols. In the third batch, he is asked to correlate elements of the third batch with the symbols of the first two batches. Additionally, the set of rules requires him to construct batches in such a way that provide them some sort of shapes, which are provided in the third batch. Subsequently, the people outside the room define... ? Turning test refers to the question whether machines can think. Additionally, this test...
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Q7
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...batch processing system can be converted to a real time processing application by using a service oriented architecture and linking it to existing Online Transaction processing applications rather than designing an independent infrastructure (The, 2008). The manufacturing company could consider collecting the handwritten orders and bulk the orders together in smaller batches, rather than one big overnight one, using Java/multiple platforms for data entry workers to simultaneously process the batch orders online together with other online transactions that are being processed. Some of the processing can also be offloaded to UNIX platforms so that the cost of processing is cheaper... Questions The batch...
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APP assignment6
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...batch process to produce chocolate products in successive, consecutive phases. The phases are coordinated, but are divided for processing at various workstations or terminals. The process generates a ‘batch’. Hershey’s chocolate making process involve various batches. The factory design guarantees that batch process terminals are clustered in the same part of a factory. Facilities that produce chocolates generally employ batch process to produce different variations of chocolates (e.g. milk chocolate, with almonds). How Hershey’s uses the batch process is shown in the division... Describe the Hersheys’ process using terms like process vs. assembly and continuous vs. intermittent. Hershey’s employs the b...
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( continuous culture) microbial physiology and genetics
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...Batch culture of Escherichia Aim The prime purpose of this experiment was to consoli the understanding of the bacteria batch culture. In this respect, at the end of the experiment, learners would be able to give a description of key features in a laboratory system of fermentation. The student would also be able to monitor biomass using viable and absorbance counting. The students would also be able to present and analyse the batch data and the calculation of the specific lag time and growth rate. Introduction A batch culture is a technique of feeding a nutrient substrate of growth limiting to a culture. Batch strategy is normally used in processes... for the control of metabolism. This helps...
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Managing Financial Resources and Decisions 2
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...batch... Task a) The cash budget for the period covering from July to September (grey shaded columns) is given as follows. Cash Budget Months JulyAugust September October November December Revenues 30,000 35,000 25,000 15,000 30,000 35,000 Receipts         Advance 30% 10,500 7,500 4,500 9,000 10,500 - Current 70% 21,000 24,500 17,500 10,500 21,000 24,500 Total Receipts 31,500 32,000 22,000 19,500 31,500 24,500           Payments         General...
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Glaser Health Products
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...Batch Depreciation on office equipments Facility Direct labor in the Assembly Department... Glaser Health Products The pressure for the acquisition of a competitive advantage in the health product suppliers has led to a lot of influences on the activity based costing of these companies. Competition and automation are currently the major factors driving costs for products and services in health product companies. In order to achieve effective costs management and profit maximization in Glaser health products, there is need for linking costs of resources to the activities using the resources. Costs should further be linked to the outputs being produced for effective cost based activity management in a comp...
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Holmgren Engineering
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...batching production orders in a layout that is jumbled and disarranged. The production engineering head has made a proposal to the top management to change the process into a one-piece flow approach, redesign the facilities layout into a U-shaped assembly line, and transform the orientation into a make-to-order process. The benefits of the proposed changes will make the company achieve its goal of cost advantage, process simplification and inventory management. Also, the implementation of the changes will free up space... Holmgren Engineering Executive Summary The aim of operations management is to create a competitive advantage to the company. It must manage the production of quality goods in an...
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Economics
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...batch of chili are: 3 pounds of hamburger, 2 pounds of tomatoes, and ½ pound of onions. The base year calculating the CPI is 1996. The prices of the ingredients for chili are determined by an extensive nationwide survey. The current and 1996 prices for the ingredients are: Hamburger: $1.20 per pound in 1996; $1.15 per pound currently Tomatoes: $1.550 per pound in 1996; $1.75 per pound currently Onions: $.20 per pound in 1996; $.30 per pound currently. Calculate the cost of a batch of chili in 1996 and currently, and express the current price as a price index with 1996 as the base year Cost of a batch of Chili in 1996= 1.20 * 3 =...
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Process Design Matrix
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...batch as well as continuous flow approach. By considering these approaches, they will be of immense significance by firms in understanding, managing as well as enhancing respective process with ease. Engineering Support Service Product line The focus of this aspect encompasses enhancing performance management, which implies addressing any issue that entail rectification and in regards to employees... Process Design Matrix Executive summary The core focus of this executive summary encompasses engineering sector more so highlighting about varied approaches that will enhance performance of both drive socket adapter and Engineering support services. Hence, ensure respective firms meet their clientele’s...
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Cakes case study on ops & supply chain management
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...batch make use of time management and material management (Barrad, & Sipper, 1988). On the other hand, while inventory is a major component of the business model considered, it is also costly and in various cases it is considered a burden to some business models. With the consideration of the Push and Pull concept, lean concept takes customer orders as the only... Cakes Case Study on Ops & Supply Chain Management By Lean Concept The lean concept means different things todifferent entities. With consideration to the manufacturing industry, lean model is applied to ensure that resources are utilized in a manner that produces the best quality while at the same time applying cost effective strategy in...
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Operating systems
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...batch file running on MS DOS This project involves the development of an automatic back up program in batch file for MS DOS operating system and for Bash Shell. The program will interact with the user in a dialogue and request for the directory name as an option for back up location. It is a fully documented program with a bat extension. In the user interaction, it checks if the user back up directory is available, then proceeds with the backup process (Cavanagh, 2002). In the absence of the backup directory, it asks the user for an alternative directory. This program is in the complicity level three since it is able to create a batch file to run... ? Operating Systems Design of a backup program in batch ...
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Science fair project
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...batches: A, B and C 3. The control group (C) did not play any video game. 4. Batch A played for 1 hour every day, three times a week for two months on their iPhones or iPods. 5. Batch B played for 3 hours a day, five days a week for two months. 6. Participating students were presented with a chain of 40 words from which they had to answer the test questions. The questions were to examine semantic, structural and phonemic level of word processing. 7. The participants were then given an extensive list of 200 words into which the original words existed and asked to pick... Can the Use of Computer Games Increase Memory With the introduction of the television systems, individuals have been spending much of...
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Scheduling Operations Management
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...batch-process operation as a network of interconntected queues According to the text, "The batch scheduling problem can be thought of as a network of queues. A queue of WIP inventory is formed at each work centers as jobs wait for the facilities to become available. These queues are interconnected through a network of material or customer flows. The problem of scheduling batch processes is how to manage these queues" (Schroeder, 2008). Reference Schroeder, R. (2008) Operations Management - Contemporary Concepts and Cases, 4th Edition. New York, NY. McGraw-Hill Irwin Publishers.... What types of scheduling decisions is management likely to encounter in the following operations Describe the...
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Project Management
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...batch run of 4,000 chips that are usually run in a single production shift. However, recent gold bonding tests of the produced chips have indicated that the defect rate continues to increase, thus many of the computer chips produced are being returned to the organization by angry customers who are threatening to pull out on their supply contract. There is clearly a problem with the temperature on specific batch runs that can likely... Project Management: Green Computing Research Team BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE Project Management: Green Computing Research Team In this particular scenario, the scattergram is the most useful project management tool. It serves as a graphical representation as a means...
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Operation management problems
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...batch size (Q) is 10,000 units? Use the following data. Annual Demand = 50,000 units Set up cost per setup = $ 200.00 Inventory holding cost per unit per year = $ 8.00 Production per day = 50 units Demand per day = 20 units Answer =25,000 Question 10 1. What is the number of set ups per year if the batch size (Q) is 5,000 units? Annual Demand... Operation Management Problems 1. What is the economic production quantity (EPQ) using the following data. Annual Demand = 50,000 units Set up cost per setup = $ 200.00 Inventory holding cost per unit per year = $ 8.00 Production per day = 50 units Demand per day = 20 units Answer =2041 Question 9 1. What is total annual cost of inventory and set up if the ba...
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Ethical Argument
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...batch mates came and asked "to co-operate". He was in the dilemma whether to co-operate with his friends or not. That night, his batch mates made a plan which according to him was "highly unethical". The plan was to misuse The Relative Grading System by mutual understanding and co-operation. The batch mates tried to exploit the weakness of the system from the terms of the marks... Ethical Argument Curse of Relative Grading System Ethics is a major branch of philosophy, encompassing right conduct and good life. Based on a reallife situation, John, a college going boy was doing his Graduation in Science and Technology field. The performance of the students in his college was evaluated on the basis of...
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Process Control and Improvement
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...Batch processing 6.3 Lean management 6.4 Point of Sale 6.5 RFID 6.6 MES 6.7 Resource Transfer and Tracing 7.0 Operation Advantages 8.0 Financial benefits 9.0 Conclusion 10. References 1.0 Executive Summary A number of operations and processes are involved in the production routine of a conventional manufacturing unit. There exist various production lines that are engaged in production of smaller parts or elements... ?PROCESS CONTROL AND IMPROVEMENT – A CASE STUDY STAPLE FOODS LIMITED TABLE OF CONTENTS 0 Executive Summary 2.0 Company profile 3.0 Existing Production Process Conditions 4.0 Process Problems faced by the Management 5.0 Identification of Improvements 6.0 The Solutions 6.1 Recipe creation 6.2...
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Textbook Responses
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...batch of children because of their readiness, as opposed... Textbook Responses Text Book Responses Readiness The big idea in this chapter is the readiness to learn, especially in relation to certain aspects of study. It is the preparedness of a student to a learning session, which incorporates the student having prior knowledge to the topic of study or the area of learning. This enables the student to learn much faster, as well as prepare the student for fast learning. Important Details about Student Readiness Student readiness enables them to be fast learners while at school. For instance, in every grade at school, there is a level of expectation from every student in class by their teacher, such as th...
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Fabric Dye
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...batch and continuous, semi-continuous, and pigment dyeing process. Batch dyeing process is also known as exhaust dyeing and is the most common and popular technique for dyeing textile materials. The word exhaust is used to refer to this technique since this process allows dye to be transferred gradually from a moderately huge volume dye bath to the material being dyed. It also takes a longer time. Thus the dye is intended to ‘exhaust’ starting from the dye bath to the material. In this technique, textile materials can be readily dyed at any phase during their assembling... Assignment: Fabric Dye Dyeing is a procedure that involves addition of color to products of textile such as yarns,fabrics and fibers. ...
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Project Management
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...batch run of 4,000 chips that are usually run in a single production shift. However, recent gold bonding tests of the produced chips have indicated that the defect rate continues to increase, thus many of the computer chips produced are being returned to the organization by angry customers who are threatening to pull out on their supply contract. There is clearly a problem with the temperature on specific batch runs that can... ? Project Management: Green Computing Research Team BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE Project Management: Green Computing Research Team In this particular scenario, the scattergram is the most useful project management tool. It serves as a graphical representation as a means to...
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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point
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...batch Incoming Quality Controller Return the batch of tomatoes Cold Storage 12+ 1 C Inspecting the thermometer Record the temperature 2 times a day Warehouse Supervisor Check the condition of the fridge, if broken inform maintenance department for repair Pasteurization Hold at 93+ 1 C for 10 mins -34Brix -pH4.2+0.1 Microb threshold 25g sample Absent Absent Absent
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Executive Summary
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...Batch shop: In this area products are produced in batches. With small to moderate quantities and are slightly flexible doing moderate customization. Every worker follows the same procedure with different product every time. The procedure is some time customized due the customer’s order which results in the omission... Executive Summary of Executive Summary Job shop: It has low volume with more customization. Job shop can produce an extensive variety of products. (Kachru, 2007, p. 57-58) Every produced product is similar but unique in its properties. Every worker develops custom built products from begin to end without using any procedure or process and while each worker do their work independently. 2) Bat...
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Cost allocation and activity based costing
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...Batch processing” and other sources with pertinent contents. The briefing is inclusive of pertinent challenges, issues and the significance of the article to business organizations. Lastly, slide show contentment has been prepared, which include a sample question and answer on ABC. Below is the briefing. Cost allocation is a concept that refers to the determination... Cost allocation and Activity Based Costing Task Introduction This paper is written with the fundamental intention of shedding more light on the concepts of cost allocation and Activity- Based Costing (ABC). This briefing paper is dependent on the ideas of Alan Vercio and Bill Shower as presented in their 2007 article titled “ABCs of Batch ...
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Lean management
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...batch sizes and high set up costs. An example is the process of implementing upgrades in the company, the process has to be thoroughly researched, and the best options selected (Blanchard, 2010). Responsive chain supply is characterized by; short production lead times, small batch sizes and low setup costs. An example is the introduction of a new product in the company due to its demand. A food processing company, for example, will shift to developing a newly discovered flavor for its customers when it is on high demand. Supply chain strategies depend on the planning adopted by a company, and some company have limited choices when implementing responsive...
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CNC-CMM & Poisson Distribution
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...batch to ascertain the quality of the entire lot. Sampling inspection is a method to determine whether the entire batch should be accepted or rejected on the basis of the number of defective items obtained in the sample. (Grant E.L and R.S Leaverworth, 1998) For some areas of critical importance like parts of the satellite that are orbited into space require a 100% inspection of component parts. This is because of the highly precise nature of the exercise and the capital costs... ?CNC-CMM & Poisson Distribution 513818 Development and Advances in CN-CMM A CMM or Coordinate Measuring Machine is a type of robot which is capable of moving along the three Cartesian coordinates. A probe attached to it feels...
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Operations Management Case Analysis
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...batches, with one batch supplied earlier, and the second batch supplied later, depending on the amount of produce that the plant growers will have obtained during any particular season (Foster, 697). This being the case, the revised plan will ensure that Master Tag does not produce labels beyond the requirements of the plants growers at any particular season, since the production will be based... Operations Management Case Analysis Explain the key benefit of the revised approach, and the reason for the benefit. Master Tag has come up with an alternative plan to manufacture and distribute tags and labels directly to the plant growers, as opposed to supplying them to the seed companies, which in turn sell ...
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...batch. We will try our best to help your nephew enhance his skills and become a successful business person like you and honor your family name. I have taken the liberty of sharing your kind words and I deeply appreciate your promise and endorsement of further future financial support. Again, please accept my sincere thanks ! Looking forward to hear from you and your future collaboration with the PU. Feel free to contact me via E-mail. Regards, The President Prestige University Boston, Massachusetts... The President, Prestige Mr. Nudgel , Grandiose Development Corp, Newton, Massachusetts 4rth March 09:42:32 +0500 Subject: Praise and Thanks for your Financial support to PU Dear Mr. Nudgel, I want to pe...
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Biotechnology
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...batch culture, which is the commonest culture system that used in many industries because of lack of complications. The fact that batch bioreactors are easily available explains why many companies have exhibited preference for it. Batch cultures need to be loaded with all the required nutrients and substrates, and then inoculated with the selected microorganism. Although it is commonly referred to a closed system, there is an evident need to maintain a measure of exerting control on factors such as pH and aeration. After fermentation runs to completion, product removal follows (Boudreau & McMillan, 2007). Although the batch system has been highly... Overview of the Upstream and Downstream Processes for...
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What is the operating system
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...batch operating systems, real time operating systems, single user operating systems, multi-user operating systems, and the distributed operating systems. A batch processing operating system involves interaction between the processor and the computer user that is limited (Haldar & Haldar). The interaction can also be non-existent during the period when the computer is being used. The programs, as well as the data that are required in processing are collected and bunched together in the form of a bunch and are executed at the same time. This operating system is ideal where similar data is being processed; large data amounts are being processed, and where similar... Operating Systems An operating system, ...
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Chapter 24 Summary
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...batch is what is referred to as the marginal revenue. Due to the downward sloping curve in demand... High School: Monopoly In definition, the monopolist is that sole supplier of a crucial good or service which in the current market structure has no close substitute. In this case, the sole supplier thereby owns the industry or the market niche in which his good or service is based in. Creation of a monopolistic market today is hard due to the several bench marks that are required for a monopoly to occur. Government interventions, the control of specific economic resources that directly influence the provision of a particular good or service or the case of unfavorable economies of scale which discourage ...
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The Learning Curves Theory Review of the Pizza Store Layout Simulation
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...batch of four customers occupied in the restaurant. The total number of customers that balk in tables... ? The Learning Curve Theory Review of the Pizza Store Layout Simulation Affiliation: Review of the Pizza Layout Simulation Mario opened his pizza business in the 1950 and expanded it to extravagant shopping malls across California. Application of the learning curve theory in the pizza layout increases profits and reduces loss. According to the learning curve theory, increase in productivity leads to increase in profits and sales (Argote, 1999). The theory is also based on three distinct assumptions. The first assumption evaluates the time that a business requires to complete routine tasks (Anderson &...
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Maintenance Strategy Essay
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...batch emulsion polymerization reactor, Chemical Engineering Journal 75 (1999), p. 31. Article | PDF (283 K) | View Record in Scopus | Cited By in Scopus (24)Gentri' et 'l., 1999). T' 'ddre'' the 'r'blem 'f f''t tr''king the tem'er'ture... Maintenance Strategy of the of the Maintenance Strategy ''rt I B't'h re''t'r' 're 'n im''rt'nt f'rm 'f 'r'du'ti'n in m'dern 'hemi''l indu'trie' f'r re'lizing frequently 'h'nging 'r'du'ti'n 'l'nt' th't require 'r'du't' 'f m'ny kind', in v'ri'ble qu'ntitie'. In ''m''ri''n t' ''ntinu'u' re''t'r', b't'h re''t'r' 'ffer flexible 'nd e''n'mi''lly 'ttr''tive ''ti'n' be''u'e the ''me equi'ment ''n be u'ed f'r different 'r'du't' de'ending 'n m'rket dem'nd. Ex'm'le' 'f 'r''e''e'...
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Case Study (Human-Resource-Development)
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...batches of forty persons per batch. Each batch will last one week. On the first day, the training will begin with the trainer explaining what Kaizen is all about. Then the group will spend some time introducing each other. There will not be more than three sessions per day. In the beginning, the sessions must be used to impart information about the present status of the company. Gradually, the trainees will be told about what the company intends to do to bring about a turnaround and what is expected from each employee to bring about the progress. The sessions must be interspersed with lively but lesson producing games to highlight... Cases CASES Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 277088 12 March 2009 CASES...
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International Business Operations Management
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...batch processing to line processing requires a shift from a traditional operations management approach. Twenty-first century organizational management systems are inter-linked as integrated and holistic units, nodes in a wider global network of market communities (Hill & Jones, 2004). Changes within one area of a Company ripple through the entire organization, their effects re-engineering both internal and external structures. The batch process can be defined as a production method, with numerous on-the-floor employees and supervisors, each with an autonomous job (Schroeder, 2000). And production tends to be variable across the range of products which are usually made... The switch from batch...
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Biotechnology
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...batch culture, which is the commonest culture system that used in many industries because of lack of complications. The fact that batch bioreactors are easily available explains why many companies have exhibited preference for it. Batch cultures need to be loaded with all the required nutrients and substrates, and then inoculated with the selected microorganism. Although it is commonly referred to a closed system, there is an evident need to maintain a measure of exerting control on factors such as pH and aeration. After fermentation runs to completion, product removal follows (Boudreau & McMillan, 2007). Although the batch system has been... Overview of the Upstream and Downstream Processes for...
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The learning curves theory
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...batch of four customers occupied in the restaurant. The total number of customers that balk in tables... The Learning Curve Theory Review of the Pizza Store Layout Simulation Affiliation: Review of the Pizza Layout Simulation Mario opened his pizza business in the 1950 and expanded it to extravagant shopping malls across California. Application of the learning curve theory in the pizza layout increases profits and reduces loss. According to the learning curve theory, increase in productivity leads to increase in profits and sales (Argote, 1999). The theory is also based on three distinct assumptions. The first assumption evaluates the time that a business requires to complete routine tasks (Anderson &...
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Systems Analysis
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...Batch 1. End of day transaction back-ups i. Customers ii. Suppliers iii. Creditors 2. Begin at 10:30 pm and end at 1:00 am 3. No other computing possible during archiving C. Software 1. MYOB... 1. CASE Tool Index, a). Analyst/Designer Toolkit from Yourdon, Inc. is a 1st tier tool. b). BridgePoint Gen from Objective Spectrum, Inc. is a 2nd tier tool. c). Cradle from Yourdon, Inc. is a UI tool. 2. An interpreter is a system that executes the commands of a computer program (Laudon & Laudon, 1988). A compiler is a system translates commands of a programming language into computer code (Laudon & Laudon, 1988). An interpreter is more likely to be used by analysts that have little programming skill because it i...
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Production Challenges at Shuzworld
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...batches (10,000 sandals each) in the first month of production, 10 batches in the second month, and 15 in the third and 20 in the fourth month – a total of 50 batches. The hourly labor rate is US $1.08 and so the first batch is expected to take 1,000 hours. However, it has been reported by Pang that the production employees at the Shanghai production plant typically have an 80% learning curve. This implies that the number of direct labor hours for production will decrease by 20% each time the production quantity is doubled. The number of labor hours and production cost and learning... ?. Company Analysis Memorandum Mr. Alistair Wu Operations Consultant Priority: Re: Production Challenges at Shuzworld...
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Business Law and Ethics
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...batch may be expensive but the benefits therefrom are more important. I would advise the control check for every batch and the yellow and red labels to be followed to the order. Supervision should be tightened to avoid the contaminated batches finding their way back to the sales and dispatch area. The storage area should be separated in matters of roasted peanuts kept aside... Business law and ethics A1. Inspection protocol violation As a quality control manager, I would ask myself the viability of blowing the whistle. Will it jeopardize my position? Will it be in due care of the general public? Is it cost effective? What are the violated protocols? Are there any measures that can be taken to avoid...
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...Batch number; Batch Type; Batch Availability Schedule; Batch Volume; Initial Price; Last Price The Auction transaction file should have the following information: Order reference number... ?Case Study Aalsmeer Flower Auction I. Aalsmeer Flower Auction Around 1911, Flower Auctions were only held in cafes around Aalsmeer when growers fromall over Holland and nearby communities meet to trade their flowers with retailers from other areas. By March 6, 1968, the Aalsmeer Flower Auction was organized from several auction houses to respond to the growth of the industry. In 2006, the Aalsmeer Flower Auction has started taking in international members outside the EU. In 2007, FloraHolland and Aalsmeer Flower...
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