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# CIVIL ENGR SYSTEMS CVEN 322

Jaylan Rath
Texas A&M
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Lee Lowery

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Time Dependent Production Models W 5 7Qf O Page 1 of Time Dependent Production Models The engineer of a concrete products plant is scheduling production of a certain size concrete pipe over the next 5 months No pipe is on hand at the beginning of the rst month The engineer wants to meet the projected demand over the 5 month period at minimum cost Constraints are imposed on the monthly regular rate processing time and the amount of raw materials available each month as shown in the table below Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Pipe Required Number of 20 foot stands 20 30 40 20 40 3 0 Cost of labor during regular time hr 15 15 15 18 18 18 Cost of labor during overtime hr 17 17 17 20 20 20 Labor available persons 30 30 40 40 20 20 Material available stands 40 50 L 5 0 10 3 0 20 It takesj hours to produce one stand of pipe and 20 to store one stand of pipe for one month Q a Assume that no materials can be carried over from month to month W b Assume that materials can be carried over from month to 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downward Because of the angle of slip of the materials block G cannot be mined unless both blocks A and B are rst removed Similar relations hold for the rest of the blocks ie block 0 cannot be mined unless blocks K and L are first mined etc Bore holes have been drilled to determine the ore content resulting in the follo i 39u 1 table for the mining of each block Determine 8 which volumes to excavate Pure ore sells f after re ning Sketch not to scale g 1 16quot 4 z 33 Excavation Volume and Cost to Income From Ore Pro t 1000 cy Processing Ore Lgxcavate cost cy 005 EA 100 1 0 100 0 100 B 90 11 0 quot90 0 90 C 130 2 5 260 3252 65 D 70 2 8 140 280 140 39 E 80 1 8 80 320 240 F 90 2 12 180 540 360 g G 120 3 15 360 12006 540 H 150 4 20 600 1500 90 j I 180 4 2 720 180 540 J 170 5 5 850 425 425 j K 180 4 4 720 360 360 I L 140 6 26 840 1820 980 i M 160 5 35 800 2800 200 N 170 6 7 1020 595 425 o 120 8 40 960 2400 1440 g P 140 8 52 1120 3640 2520 g Q 150 12 40 1800 3000 1200 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