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Transportation problems for Logistics management for tybms sem 5th provided by Prof. Vinay Pandit
Transportation problems for Logistics management for tybms sem 5th provided by Prof. Vinay Pandit

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Prof. Vinay Pandit
TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS
Solve the following transportation problem for the total transportation cost1)D1D2D3D4capacityO16513100O24872125O3639375Demand70908060 2)D1D2D3D4capacityO13135120O2261395O3514885Demand506090100 3)D1D2D3D4capacityO1453650O2367370O3141280Demand50409020 4)A distribution system has the following constraintsFactoryCapacity (units)WarehouseDemand (units)A45I25B15II55C40III20The transportation cost per unit (in Rs.) associated with each route are as follows:FromIIIIIIA1078B15129C7812Find the transportation cost
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5)Solve the transportation problem for the total transportation costDestinationSourceD1D2D3D4supplyA1518221630B1519201440C1316231730Demand20202535100Is the optimal solution obtained by you is a unique one? If not, why? What is an alternate optimumthen?6) National oil company (NOC) has three refineries and four depots. Transportation cost per ton,Capacities and requirements are as follows:D1D2D3D4Capacity (tons)R1571310700R2861413400R31210911800Requirements (tons)300600700400Determine the allocation of output.7) Cement manufacturing company wishes to transport cement from its three factories P, Q and to fivedistribution depots situated at A, B, C, D and EThe quantities produced at the factories per week, requirements at the depots per week andrespective transportation cost per tone are given in the table below:DepotsFactoriesABCDETones availableP4134460Q2322335R3524440Tones required2245201830135Determine the cost distribution programme for the company.
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9) A plastic modeling company produces homogeneous molding in its three factories X, Y and Z. Thesehave to be distributed to the three wholesale outlets A, B and C. Data regarding unit transportationcost, capacity and demand are given belowFactoriesABCFactory capacity (units)X785200Y1136150Z857350Outlet demand (units)150175425Find the allocation of factory outputs to the wholesale outlets and asses the total cost10) A company has factories at F1, F2and F3 which manufactures and supplies the same commodity tosales depots at D1, D2, D3 and D4. Production capacity of factories in any month is 1600, 1500 and1900 units respectively. Sales depots have standardized their requirement over a period of time andhave a constant in- takes month after month. Their demand in any month is 800, 900, 1700 and 1600units respectively. Depending on the location of the factories and the process involved, themanufacturing costs vary from factory to factory as given below:MANUFACTURING COST PER UNITF1 F2 F3141013Depending on the relative location, the unit transportation cost also varies. Details of the same aregiven below:D1D2D3D4F12637F21545F34436Depots are distributed all over the country. Depending on the demand, competition and the factory of origin (quality difference) the unit sale realization varies in a factory depot combination basis, asreproducer below:Sales Realisation (Rs. /unit)D1D2D3D4F140384550F230322830F350454240The product in chare wants to draw out a schedule of manufacturing/transportation/sale which wouldmaximize overall profits to the company.Use a transportation model to arrive at the profits maximization allocation.
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