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USN

DAYANANDA SAGAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,


(An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to VTU, Belagavi)
Shavige Malleshwara Hills, Kumaraswamy Layout, Bengaluru-560078

Industrial Engineering and Management


Continuous Internal Assessment I
Course:

Operations Management

Course Code:

15MEM13

Date:

Maximum marks: 50

08.12.2015

Duration: 1hour 30 mins

Note: Part A is compulsory. Answer any 4 full Questions from PART B

Q.No

All questions carry equal marks

PART A
Explain historical development of operations management
PART B

a What are the environmental impacts on organization? Explain with neat block
diagram.

Marks

10Marks

10Marks

(OR)

b Discuss the factors influencing productivity changes

10Marks

A company has forecast the requirements for a component as shown in the table. The 10Marks
company maintains a safety stock of 50 complete the MRP. Determine the inventory
on hand at the end of period 12.
Order quantity =80
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Lead time= 4 weeks
Safety stock=50
Projected requirements
25 25 30 25 25 30 25 25 35 30 30 30
receipts
80
On hand at the end of
period=75
Planned order volume
(OR)

b Explain, i) MRP ii) CRP iii) BOM iv) MRP logic v) Time phasing

10Marks

Beta associates produces accounting machine that have a seasonal demand pattern. 10Marks
We are required to plan for the optimum production rates and inventory levels for the
next four quarter periods. The available production capacities during regular time and
overtime, as well as other cost data are as follows:

capacity and demand in units


Period Regular time Overtime Subcontract Demand
1

1200

150

800

1200

900

200

800

1100

1000

350

800

1800

700

350

800

1500

Available initial inventory = 110 units, Desired final inventory = 140 units
RT cost/unit = Rs. 100, OT cost/ unit = Rs. 125 and SC cost /unit = Rs. 145
Inventory cost/ unit / period = Rs. 15, the cost of unused capacity = Rs. 40/ unit
(a) Formulate the problem as a transportation model
(b) Solve the model and infer the results.
(OR)

What is master scheduling? What are the inputs to master scheduling? Explain.

10Marks

A bill of material is desired for a bracket (z 100) that is made up of a base (A 10), two 10Marks
springs (B 11) and four clamps (C 20). The base is assembled from one clamp (C 20)
and two housings (D 21). each clamp has one handle ( E 30) and each housing has two
bearings (F 31) one shaft (G 32)
i) Design a product structure tree that includes the level of coding Information
ii) Show the data in the form of an indented bill of materials.
(OR)

b Explain with the help of neat block diagram the manufacturing resource planning
(MRP-II)

10Marks

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USN

DAYANANDA SAGAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,


(An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to VTU, Belagavi)
Shavige Malleshwara Hills, Kumaraswamy Layout, Bengaluru-560078

Industrial Engineering and Management


Continuous Internal Assessment II
Course:

Operations Management

Course Code:

MEM13

Date:

Maximum marks: 50

07.12.2015

Duration: 1hour 30 mins

Note: Part A is compulsory. Answer any 4 full Questions from PART B

Q.No

Marks

All questions carry equal marks

PART A
What are the environmental impacts on organization? Explain with neat block
diagram.
PART B

10Marks

A company has forecast the requirements for a component as shown in the table. The 10Marks
company maintains a safety stock of 50 complete the MRP. Determine the inventory
on hand at the end of period 12.
Order quantity =80
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Lead time= 4 weeks
Safety stock=50
Projected requirements
25 25 30 25 25 30 25 25 35 30 30 30
Receipts
80
On hand at the end of
period=75
Planned order volume
(OR)

Explain, i) MRP ii) CRP iii) BOM iv) MRP logic v) Time phasing

Beta associates produces accounting machine that have a seasonal demand pattern. 10Marks
We are required to plan for the optimum production rates and inventory levels for the
next four quarter periods. The available production capacities during regular time and
overtime, as well as other cost data are as follows:
capacity and demand in units
Period Regular time Overtime Subcontract Demand
1

1200

150

800

1200

10Marks

900

200

800

1100

1000

350

800

1800

700

350

800

1500

Available initial inventory = 110 units, Desired final inventory = 140 units
RT cost/unit = Rs. 100, OT cost/ unit = Rs. 125 and SC cost /unit = Rs. 145
Inventory cost/ unit / period = Rs. 15, the cost of unused capacity = Rs. 40/ unit
(a) Formulate the problem as a transportation model
(b) Solve the model and infer the results.
(OR)

What is master scheduling? What are the inputs to master scheduling? Explain.

10Marks

A bill of material is desired for a bracket (z 100) that is made up of a base (A 10), two 10Marks
springs (B 11) and four clamps (C 20). The base is assembled from one clamp (C 20)
and two housings (D 21). each clamp has one handle ( E 30) and each housing has two
bearings (F 31) one shaft (G 32)
i) Design a product structure tree that includes the level of coding Information
ii) Show the data in the form of an indented bill of materials.
(OR)

Explain with the help of neat block diagram the manufacturing resource planning
(MRP-II)

10Marks

Explain historical development of operations management

10Marks

(OR)

Discuss the factors influencing productivity changes

10Marks

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