An Analysis of the Demand-position Mehtod Versus the Cross Chart Technique in Plant Layout

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1962 - Factories - 252 pages
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Contents

PRESENT LAYOUT TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED
2
Figure Title Page 1 Flow Process Chart for Hypothetical Part
5
Multiproduct Process Chart
6
OPTIMALITY OF THE LAYOUT
12
THE CROSS CHART TECHNIQUE
18
Table Title Page
19
Cross Chart for Data in Given Problem
21
Reflected Cross Chart for Given Problem
23
Rep Completed Cross Chart Layout
67
IIIRep CentertoCenter Distance Calculations
68
IVRep AlongtheAisle Distance Calculations
71
Sequences of Operations for Straight Lay
73
Cross Chart for Straight Layout
76
Reflected Cross Chart for Straight Layout
77
Combinations of Departments Ranked
78
Flow Patterns Developed from Ranked Combi nations Straight Layout
79

Flow Patterns Developed from Ranked Combi nations in Table II 2 5
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Placement of Flow Line and Adjusted
25
Completed Layout Constructed from Flow Pattern No 3
27
CentertoCenter Distance Calculations
29
DESCRIPTION OF P C NOYS METHOD
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Floor Plan of Available Departmental Area for NoyS Example Showing Nine Equal Divisions
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DemandPosition Values for Noys Example
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DemandPosition Graph for Operation F
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Suggested Layout for Noys Example
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ADDITIONS TO NOYS METHOD
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DEFINITION OF THE WEIGHTING FACTOR
46
DemandPosition Table for UShaped Layout
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Placement of Flow Line for UShaped Layout
58
Adjusted DemandPosition Factors in Descend
60
Placement of DemandPosition Factors on the Flow Line
63
Preliminary Placement of Departments into U Shaped Layout
63
Area Designations Before Installation of Aisle System UShaped Layout
64
Completed Layout by DemandPosition Method
65
Completed Cross Chart Layout Straight Layout
80
Sequences of Operations for Parts for Demand
81
Calculation of DemandPosition Factors
86
Placement of Flow Line and Adjusted Demand Position Factors Straight Layout
87
Completed DemandPosition Layout Straight Layout
89
CentertoCenter Distances for Cross Chart
90
AlongtheAisle Distances for Cross Chart
93
Sequences of Operations for EqualArea Lay
96
Cross Chart for EqualArea Layout
97
Reflected Cross Chart for EqualArea Layout
98
Flow Patterns Developed from Ranked Combi nations EqualArea Layout
99
Completed Cross Chart Layout EqualArea Layout
102
Sequences of Operations for Parts for Demand
103
Calculations of DemandPosition Factors
106
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DemandPosition Factors EqualArea Layout
108
CentertoCenter Distances for Cross Chart
112
Distances for Cross Chart Method Unbent
117

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