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UNIT-I Production Management
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Define production management? What do you mean by production system? Mention the different types of production systems? Q 3. Explain the concepts of product life cycle. As the product moves through this life cycle, what changes can be expected in its profitability and competitive factors? Q 4. What is break even analysis? What are the assumptions and advantages of break even analysis? Q 5. Explain the design principles to simplify product and processes. Q 6. Explain the product development process. Q 7. Explain the following a. job shop production b. batch production c. mass production d. continuous production Q 8. Mention any four objectives of production management. Q 9. Potential locations X, Y and Z have the cost structures shown below. The ABC company has a demand of 1,30,000 units of a new product. Three potential locations X, Y and Z having following cost structures shown are available. Select which location is to be selected and also identify the volume ranges where each location is suited?
Q 10. Explain nature and scope of production management also mention the various roles of production manager? Q 11. Draw and explain each stages of Product Life Cycle also relate it with creativity and innovation. Q 12. The fixed costs for the year 08-09 are Rs 1,00,000.The estimated sales are Rs. 3,00,000.the variable cost per unit is Rs.5 if each unit sells at Rs. 30 and the no. of units involved coincides with expected volume ofoutput, construct the BEC determine the following1. BEP 2. margin of safety Q 13. Define product design and development Q 14. Define the term Productivity and Production Management?
Q 15. Solve by Least Square Method to estimate demand for yaer 2011 for the data as follows: Year Demand 2005 85 2006 75 2007 80 2008 72 2009 65 2010 60 Q 6.3. 126.96.36.199 per unit. 2.000 and variable cost per unit is Rs. The fixed costs for the year 2009-10 are Rs. What are the various functions of production management? Also suggest some of the functionality changes required in today’s automated production scenario to compete in global market. 1.500. (II) 5yearly moving average method. Year Sales 2005 16 2006 18 2007 15 2008 17 2009 20 2010 22 Q 4. Q 16. Forecast the demand for the following period by exponential smoothing method. 1. The following data relates to the annual sales in thosands of a product during the period of 2005-2010. if sales value is Rs.000 for next period calculate profit. Give your decision on make or buy UNIT-II Sales Forecasting Q 1. Q 17. find the trend of sales using (I) Three yearly moving average method. Name the different factors affecting forcasting? Q 2. The past data on the load on weaving machines is shown below compute load on the weaving machine center using 5th moving average for the month of aug Compute a weighted three months moving average for aug. Draw the flow diagram for Design Phases of a new Product. Q 7. 25. Q 3.0000. 150 determine following. The estimated sales for the period are valued at Rs. Month load(Hrs) jan - feb 585 march 610 apr 675 may 750 june 860 july 970 . 0.2 respectively. 5. Take a = 0. demand is going to continue for the next three The company has two options it can get the component manufactured in house or purchase from outside it costs company Rs.200. What are the important methods of forecasting? Explain any three such methods in detail.8 per unit to buy the component otherwise a fixed cost Rs 10000 and variable cost of Rs. Demand for the component is at the rate of 6000 per year and this years. BEP 2. with weight 0. each unit sells at Rs. Give sample calculations and answer in tabular form.00.3 Period Demand 1 10 2 12 3 8 4 11 5 9 6 10 Q 5. 0.
Mention some of the valuable path equipments. How do you evaluate the material handling system? What are the relationship between plant layout and material handling? Discuss the factors to be considered while selecting material handling equipment. Q 27. Q 19. Q 24. Discuss the operations planning and scheduling systems. . Q 4. Q 22. Q 6. Q 5. Q 16. Q 3. Discuss the MRP system. Q 25. Q 8. Q 28. Discuss the phases of production planning and control. Q 13. Q 20. Q 12. Explain the objective of MRP. Q 14. Q 18. Discuss the guidelines for effective utilisation of material handling equipments. Discuss the different material handling equipments. Q 23. Q 11. Q 7. Q 2. Mention some of the fixed path equipments.UNIT-III Production Planning and Control Materials Handling Q 1. Define material handling Mention objectives and principles of material handling. Q 9. What are the inputs to scheduling? Explain the scheduling strategies. Q 21. Q 26. Q 10. Q 15. Q 17. Explain the objectives and principles of material handling. What do you mean by production planning and control? What do you mean by aggregate planning? What is master production schedule? What is material requirement planning? What is capacity planning? What is routing? What is scheduling? Mention the types of scheduling? Why do you need production planning and control? What are the objective of production planning and control? What are the guidelines for aggregate planning? Explain the functions of master production schedule. How do you measure capacity? Explain the techniques of routing. Discuss the aggregate plan and master schedule.
Q 8. Q 6. Differentiate between Forecasting and Prediction Q 9. Describe briefly various functions of storekeeping. 150 determine following. using exponential smoothing forecasting. Unit selling price is at Rs. . Q 3. (III) Profit/Loss against volume of 10. 1.000 and variable cost is Rs.5 given forecast for year 95 as 160 units year sales 95 180 96 168 97 159 98 170 99 188 Q 13. Determine (I) Sequence (II) Total Time Elapsed (III) Idle time for Machine 2(M2) for n-job 2 machine problem using Jhonson's method.IV Material Management Procurement Stores Keeping Inventory Control Q 1.UNIT . Describe method of ABC Analysis and explain its mertis and demerits. Explain Kanban system and compare with JIT. The processing time for difffent jobsis given below- Job M1(Hrs.(I) BEP in units (II) BEP in terms of rupees. Estimate the sales forecast for the year 2000. Explain aggregate planning and Master scheduling with flow chart. i) Routing ii) Loading Q 15. Q 17.0000. The fixed costs for the year 2010-11 is Rs. Take α 0. Explain JIT system in detail Q 7.00. Q 14. Q 11. Write down the Objectives of purchase department? Objectives and functions of materials management? Describe and explain different methods of purchasing. What is the relationship between plant layout and mateials handling system? Explain. Forecast the demand for the pumps for the next three years using least square method year sales 86 30 87 33 88 37 89 39 90 46 Q 12. Q 2. Name and explain the different classification of forecasting method and also give mathematical relationship among the constants and variables of forecasting? Q 10.000 units.) M2(Hrs. The sales for the water pumps manufactured by abc manufacturing company is given. 25/unit.) A 2 6 B 5 13 C 8 5 D 11 3 E 9 9 Q 5. The sales estimation made for the duration are valued at Rs.500. Explain any one of the following terms in detail. Q 16. 25. Q 4.
What is P-chart? Q 7. Q 3. 40. Calculate the average fraction defective and three sigma limit for P-chart and state whether the process is in control. each lot being 300 items. 30. Discuss the seven tools for quality control? Q 10. What do you mean by ‘quality circles’? Q 8. What do you mean by ‘control’? Mention the control process? Define ‘quality control’? Q 4.UNIT – V Quality Control Q 1. 35. What do you mean by TQM? Q 9. 45. The following are the inspection resultsof 10 lots. Number defectives in each lot is 25. Mention different types of quality control? What is statistical process control? Q 5. 40. What do you mean by inspection? Mention the objectives of inspection? Mention any four drawbacks of inspection. 20 and 50. Q 2. Mention the characteristics of control charts? Q 6. . Discuss the fundamental factors affecting quality? Q 11. 30. Define quality. 35.
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