• Operation Management
    "safety stock".Moving up the supply chain from end-consumer to raw materials supplier, each supply chain participant has greater observed variation in demand and thus greater need for safety stock. In periods of rising demand, down-stream participants increase orders. In periods of falling demand...
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  • Chapter 6 - Planning Capacity
    of purchased materials better bargaining position and quantity discounts * Finding process advantages speed up the learning effect, lowering inventory, improving process and job designs, and reducing the number of changeovers. diseconomies of scale Diseconomies of scale The average cost per...
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  • Trend analysis
    will be able to increase their revenue. Therefore, Hanis should focus on the above mentioned trends i.e., on the effects of rising prices, convenience and super sizing, and formulate changes accordingly. Hanis should introduce a new range of healthy foods by super sizing its food portions at cheaper...
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  • Anemometer Study
    can contribute up to 50% of the bending moment, but the bending moment contribution of spar remains 100% because of safety. The material for the entire wing structure is AL2024-T3. The compressive strength of the material is equal to tensile strength of the material. In rib sizing section, the...
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  • Valve Sizing
    Bulletin 1-I C v1 , F L1 Fpv (p −F ) Cv1= Cv 2 1 Fpv (p − F ) L 1 2 L2 ∆pm ax (1) = F p1 ∆pmax (2) =F 2 1 C v 2 ,F L 2 FL1 > FL 2 pv pvc p2I p2II p2III p2IV HANDBOOK FOR CONTROL VALVE SIZING * PARCOL HANDBOOK FOR CONTROL...
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  • Information Security
    demonstrate that the proposed research contributes something new to the overall body of knowledge. The term body of knowledge (BoK) refers to the cumulative research-supported knowledge achieved by “building on each other’s [research] results” (Iivari, Hirschheim, & Klein, 2004, p. 314). Following this...
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  • Research on Assessments of Scrap & Rework in an Organization
    perfect production process whereas most production processes are often imperfect. Kumar and Vrat (1979) tried to focus in this area and developed optimal batch size of finished goods inventory for a multi-stage production system. Goyal (1978) also mentioned the effect of amplified in-process inventory...
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  • Motivating Employees Through Training and Development
    J. Basic. Appl. Sci. Res., 2(5)4616-4623, 2012 © 2012, TextRoad Publication ISSN 2090-4304 Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research www.textroad.com Effect of Compensation on Motivating Employees in Public and Private Banks of Peshawar(BOK and UBL) Waqas Khan, Engr. Owais Mufti 1 2...
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  • Flywheel Geometry Design for Improved Energy Storage Using Finite Element Analysis
    solely focuses on exploring the effects of flywheel geometry on its energy storage/deliver capability per unit mass, further defined as Specific Energy. Proposed chain of finite element analysis and optimization procedure results show that smart design of flywheel geometry could both have a...
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  • Case study Fitness club part A
    (long-term) Economies and diseconomies of scale Capacity timing and sizing strategies Systematic approach to capacity decisions Constraint management (short-term) Theory of constraints Identification and management of bottlenecks Product mix decisions using bottlenecks Managing...
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  • Mr. Zheng
    energy balance effects of control settings, chiller or heat pump COP characteristics, equipment sizing and other design parameters. It is concluded that detailed simulation of the HVAC system operation further improves our understanding of its transient operation. Furthermore, it allows more...
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  • Kuhn and Other Enlightenment Thinkers
    cumulative or progressive, rather consisting of continuous change in belief systems that lead to cyclical re-evaluation of scientific “fact,” providing no better estimates of real truth than any of the proceeding paradigms. To back up this bold claim, Kuhn offered two distinct arguments. The first...
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  • Performance Qualified Uv Disinfection
    party approved approach to system sizing, design and monitoring. This is particularly true for systems used as “policemen” standing guard in case of contamination due to up-stream plant failure or variations in water quality. This paper introduces the third party testing and performance qualification...
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  • Harshad Mehta Scam
    of Karad (BOK) and the Metropolitan Cooperative Bank (MCB) - to issue BRs as and when required. These BRs could then be used to do RF deals with other banks. The cheques in favour of BOK were, of course, credited into the brokers' accounts. In effect, several large banks made huge unsecured loans to...
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  • Generic Benchmarking
    Manufacturing now faces the challenge of motivating their employees to effect the organizational changes necessary to enact the vision while improving overall morale. This paper will identify benchmarks from UMB, HEB, Bank of America, Bank of Oklahoma, Aviva Life Insurance, General Motors, Chrysler...
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  • Hazards'
    , loss in bio-diversity, deforestation, ozone layer depletion are some of the adverse effects on environment. Textile accounts for 30% of India’s export. There is no doubt that price, quality, turn around time and social compliance are the essential elements of export. Of late, clean processing has...
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  • Active and Passive Filters
    capacitance leads to increase in sizing of PMOS. b) Complementary logic Fig. 2 Features: * No. of transistors =30 * The circuit looks symmetric but it is not efficient because of the series connection of the PMOSs in the pull-up network. Since, the substrates of all the PMOS are not...
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  • Freedom of Speech at College
    ) and pundit/activist David Horowitz are trying to impose new restrictions on what can be taught and discussed in higher education, while bringing undue scrutiny over classroom content” (Campusspeech.org). Derek Bok, former president of Harvard University, mentioned that, “For several years...
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  • Hrm240 Week One Assignment: Affirmative Action
    service opportunity for everyone. Here at Bally Total Fitness we strive on having a diverse work staff. We make every effort to keep up with the diversity of our clients. Taking affirmative action will keep the complaints and misunderstanding to a minimum. According to Bowen & Bok “Several studies have...
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  • Unravelling of Affirmative Action
    race, athletic ability, alumni connections or other considerations—experience some clear negative effects: Students end up with poor grades (usually in the bottom fifth of their class), lower graduation rates, extremely high attrition rates from science and engineering majors, substantial self...
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