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Department of Chemical Engineering

QUANTITATIVE

EVALUATION

MODELS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Inventory Models 2

Queuing Theory 4

Network Models 6

Forecasting 8

Regression Analysis 10

Simulation 11

Linear Programming 13

Sampling Theory 16

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INVENTORY MODELS

Concept:

order quantity, and the frequency of ordering, to keep goods or services flowing to the

customer without interruption or delay.

Inventory also referred as stocks are basically the goods and raw materials that any

business would hold and are ready or will be ready for sale. Inventory model is a

mathematical model that helps business in determining the optimum level of inventories

that should be maintained in a production process, managing frequency of ordering,

deciding on quantity of goods or raw materials to be stored, tracking flow of supply of

raw materials and goods to provide uninterrupted service to customers without any delay

in delivery.

Example Case Study #1: Application of Inventory Model in Determining Stock Control in

an Organization

Problem Statement:

Inadequate control of inventories can result in both under and over stocking of

items. Under stocking results in missed deliveries, lost sales, dissatisfied customers.

Overstocking unnecessarily ties up funds that might be more productive elsewhere. Even

though overstocking may appear to be lesser of the two, the price tag for excessive

overstocking can be staggering when inventory holding costs are high and matters can

easily get out of hand.

The focus of this study is to help the supermarket maintain inventory levels at

lowest cost possible while meeting customers demand. It will also help them to guard

against out of stock syndrome through a proper inventory management .More so, it will

help them in avoiding lower ordering costs as well as overstocking and the last but not

the least is that it will help them in avoiding shortage of stocks.

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Equations Used:

The EOQ model is a relatively basic model that enables organizations to determine the

optimal order quantity and order point. These are assumptions and conditions that have

to be met to be able to implement the EOQ model.

Where:

D = Annual demand of unit.

K = Ordering or setup cost.

H = Holding cost/unit/year.

qo = Optimal order quantity.

no = Optimal order cycle.

to = Optimal order time.

Solution and Conclusion:

Since transportation is rather expensive, the combination of orders at different

time interval was carefully calculated and constantly updated. From the EOQ graphs

that were developed throughout the paper, it can be seen that reorder point sometimes

coincide or occur close together. A fairly simple schedule will be tested by J. O.

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Adimohas investment to know if modifications are required. The reorder points and

EOQs changed and were readjusted and modeled to maintain equilibrium or costs

minimization.

Example Case Study #2: INVENTORY MANAGEMENT THROUGH EOQ MODEL (A CASE

STUDY OF SHPRESA LTD, ALBANIA)

The success of many businesses is related to their ability to provide customers the

required goods and services in the right place, at the right time. Different businesses

adopt different inventory techniques depending on their activity, but an interesting case

study of appropriate techniques of holding inventory is the inventory management for

perishable products. The company "Shpresa" ltd, Albania is facing an ineffective predictive

method, which caused the excess stock in the warehouse, loss of sales, and also loss of

earnings. In our analysis, we consider a product that is marketed by this company, the

flower of "orchid". For this product we have applied inventory management model of

EOQ (Economic Order Quantity) and ROP (Reorder Point). The data used in the analysis

do belong only to its requests for retail product. This is due to the impossibility of collecting

the necessary information for the whole application (including wholesale) and for all

products. Furthermore, we have calculated cost estimates to compare the two

techniques, the one used by this business and the recommended model. We recommend

to this business to implement inventory control model in place to increase stocks and

reduce reorder.

QUEUING THEORY

Concept:

The queuing theory is one that describes how to determine the number of service

units that will minimize both customer waiting time and cost of service.

The queuing theory is applicable to companies where waiting lines are a common

situation. Examples are cars waiting for service at a car service center, ships and barges

waiting at the harbor for loading and unloading by dock-workers, programs to be run in

a computer system that processes jobs, etc.

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Example Case Study #1: Simulation Technique for Queuing Theory: A Case Study

This study shows that that the analysis and observation of customers in queue and

also reveals with the historical backgrounds it gives an overview of different solution

methods and tools. The information of this queuing model gives the information that the

numbers of their servers are not adequate for the customers service. This shows that, they

need 6 servers instead of the 2 at present in the State Bank of India, India. It suggests a

need to increase the number of servers in order to serve the better service to customer s

and the time of customer in queue is reduce, their satisfaction may be increased.

Equations Used:

Where:

: The mean customers arrival rate

: The mean service rate

: / : utilization factor

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Example Case Study #2: A Case Study of Queuing System at ATM Machine

This paper discusses a case study of a queuing system [1] at ATM machine which

originally operates on single server (single ATM machine). In our daily life we generally

find a long queue at the atm machine. As a result of this a customer has to spend

considerable amount of time in queue. In such a situation if instead of using a single ATM

machine if we use double ATM machine than it will decrease the waiting time in

queue.Against this background, the queuing process is employed with interarrival time

and service time having exponential distribution. The data for this study was collected

from primary source and is limited to ATM service point of state bank of India located at

Ramesh chowk, Aurangabad ,bihar ,India. The assistance of three colleague was sought

in collecting the data. The Interarrival time and service time data was collected during

busy working hours (i.e. 10.30am to 4:00pm)for a period of 60 days. MATLAB R2014a has

been used for simulation of queuing models.

NETWORK MODELS

Concept:

The network model is a database model conceived as a flexible way of

representing objects and their relationships. Its distinguishing feature is that the schema,

viewed as a graph in which object types are nodes and relationship types are arcs, is not

restricted to being a hierarchy or lattice.

Example Case Study #1: Project Planning and Scheduling using PERT and CPM

Techniques With Linear Programming

Completing a project on time and within budget is not an easy task. Project

planning and scheduling plays a central role in predicting both the time and cost aspects

of a project. This study is aimed at finding trade-off between the cost and minimum

expected time that will be required to complete the building project. The data on the cost

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and duration of activities involved were obtained Angel Estates and Construction Ltd., a

construction company based in Ashanti region, Ghana. Both critical path method (CP M)

and project evaluation and review technique (PERT) were used for the analysis. The

activities underwent crashing of both the time and cost using linear programming, this

paved way for the determination of critical path. Further analysis revealed that th e

shortest possible time for the completion of the analyzed building project is 40 days

instead of the expected duration of 79 days. This means that through proper scheduling

of activities, the expected completion time was reduced by 39 days.

Example Case Study #2: Real-time modeling of water distribution systems: A Case Study

Problem:

Water utilities worldwide face increasing challenges to preserve the hydraulic and

water quality integrity of their water distribution networks. These challenges stem from

burgeoning populations and migration to urban cities that continue to increase the load

on aging, inefficient, and already strained infrastructures. This has created a pressing need

for integrating supervisory control and acquisition systems with network sim ulation

models for proactive management of these networks. Such an integrated platform is the

basis for the real-time smart water network decision support system (SWNDSS) described

here.

Solution:

The proposed system has the power to transform a water utilitys routine network

modeling functions from planning and design to full-spectrum engagement that drives

more efficient operationsincluding managing water quality and energy, developing

daily operating plans, addressing planned and emergency outages, and diagnosing and

resolving field issues. Aspects of the SWNDSS ar described in a case study from the Las

Vegas Valley Water District in Las Vegas, Nev.

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FORECASTING

It is the process of making predictions of the future based on past and present data

and most commonly by analysis of trends. A commonplace example might be estimation

of some variable of interest at some specified future date. Prediction is a similar, but more

general term.

Quantitative forecasting models are used to forecast future data as a function of

past data. They are appropriate to use when past numerical data is available and when it

is reasonable to assume that some of the patterns in the data are expected to continu e

into the future. These methods are usually applied to shortor intermediate -range

decisions. Examples of quantitative forecasting methods are last period demand, simple

and weighted N-Period moving averages, simple exponential smoothing, poisson process

model based forecasting and multiplicative seasonal indexes

Example Case Study #1: Application of Proper Forecasting Technique in Juice Production:

A Case Study

Every organisation that produces product evaluates their performance at certain

intervals to keep the pace with the market. Forecasts are evaluated to improve models to

achieve better policy and planning outcomes. The purpose of this study is to observe

whether the forecast errors are within the reasonable limit of expectations or whether

these errors are irrationally large and require an improvement in the statistical models and

process of producing these forecasts. Statistical time series modelling techniques like

Moving Average, Simple Exponential Smoothing and Least Square methods are used for

the study and their performance evaluated in terms of Mean Average Deviation (MAD),

Mean Squared Error (MSE).

Equation Used:

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Example Case Study #2: Development of an Adaptive Forecasting System: A Case Study

of a PC Manufacturer in South Korea

We present a case study of the development of an adaptive forecasting system for

a leading personal computer (PC) manufacturer in South Korea. It is widely accepted that

demand forecasting for products with short product life cycles (PLCs) is difficult, and the

PLC of a PC is generally very short. The firm has various types of products, and the volatile

demand patterns differ by product. Moreover, we found that different departments have

different requirements when it comes to the accuracy, point-of-time and range of the

forecasts. We divide the demand forecasting process into three stages depending on the

requirements and purposes. The systematic forecasting process is then introduced to

improve the accuracy of demand forecasting and to meet the department-specific

requirements. Moreover, a newly devised short-term forecasting method is presented,

which utilizes the long-term forecasting results of the preceding stages. We evaluate our

systematic forecasting methods based on actual sales data from the PC manufacturer,

where our forecasting methods have been implemented.

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REGRESSION ANALYSIS

Concept:

The regression model is a forecasting method that examines the association

between two or more variables. It uses data from previous periods to predict future

events.

Regression analysis may be simple or multiple depending on the number of

independent variables present. When one independent variable is involved, it is called

simple regression; when two or more independent variables are involved, it is called

multiple regression.

Equation:

Regression equation can be used to predict the values of y, if the value of x is

given, and both y and x are the two sets of measures of a sample size of n. The formulae

for regression equation would be

ORGANIZATION USING MULTIPLE REGRESSION

Economic performance is one of the major goals of any company. This involes

important decisions to optimize the allocation of cash resources, ie labor, raw materials,

energy, capital equipment, etcetera. The objectives of the organization can be measured

as effectiveness (the extent to which objectives have been met) or as effici ency (the extent

to which objectives have been achieved in the available resources).

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the desired income and the degree of their influence on the economic performance of

the organization. This papers aim is to realize an analysis of these factors and their degree

of correlation on economic performance using multiple regression.

SIMULATION

Concept:

It involves developing a model of some real phenomenon and then performing

experiments on the model evolved. It is descriptive in nature and not an optimizing

model.

Process:

Definition of the problem

Construction of an appropriate model

Experimentation with the model

Evaluation of the results of simulation

people to account for risk in quantitative analysis and decision making. The technique is

used by professionals in such widely disparate fields as finance, project management,

energy, manufacturing, engineering, research and development, insurance, oil & gas,

transportation, and the environment. Monte Carlo simulation furnishes the decision-

maker with a range of possible outcomes and the probabilities they will occur for any

choice of action

Step 1: Establish a probability distribution for the variables to be analyzed.

Step 2: Find the cumulative probability distribution for each variable.

Step 3: Set Random Number intervals for variables and generate random numbers.

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Step 4: Simulate the experiment by selecting random numbers from random numbers

tables until the required number of simulations are generated.

Step 5: Examine the results and validate the model.

ice cream as follows

Solution: Find the probability distribution of demand by expressing the frequencies in

terms of proportion. Divide each value by 30. The demand per day has the following

distribution as shown in table.

Find the cumulative probability and assign a set of random number intervals to various

demand levels. The probability figures are in two digits; hence we use two digit random

numbers taken from a random number table. The random numbers are selected from the

table from any row or column, but in a consecutive manner and random intervals are set

using the cumulative probability distribution as shown in Table

CHE 428 ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

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To simulate the demand for ten days, select ten random numbers from random number

tables. The random numbers selected are, 17, 46, 85, 09, 50, 58, 04, 77, 69 and 74 The

first random number selected, 7 lies between the random number interval 17-49

corresponding to a demand of 5 ice-creams per day. Hence, the demand for day one is 5.

Similarly, the demand for the remaining days is simulated as shown in Table.

Demand Simulation

LINEAR PROGRAMMING

Concept:

Linear Programming (LP) is a mathematical modelling technique useful for

allocation of limited resources such as material, machines etc to several competing

activities such as projects, services etc. A typical linear programming problem consists of

a linear objective function which is to be maximized or minimized subject to a finite

number of linear constraints. (By a linear function we mean a function of the form

a1x1+a2x2.. where x1, x2.. are all variables.)

The founders of LP are George B. Dantzig, who published the simplex method in

1947, John von Neumann, who developed the theory of the duality in the same year,

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economics before Dantzig and won the Nobel prize in 1975 in economics. The linear

programming problem was first shown to be solvable in polynomial time by Leonid

Khachiyan in 1979, but a larger major theoretical and practical breakthrough in the field

came in 1984 when Narendra Karmarkar introduced a new interior point method for

solving linear programming problems.

Steps

Formulate the objective function

Formulate the constraints

Mention the non-negativity criteria

Objective

Decision Variable

Constraint

Parameters

Non-negativity

Proportionality

Addivity

Divisibility

Certainty

This paper aims for profit optimization of an Ethiopian chemical company located

in Adama (Ethiopia) using linear programming model. Particularly, our present study

brings out clearly the necessity of using quantitative techniques for utilization in Ethiopian

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company; a factory situated within Adama about 90 kms. from Addis Ababa (Capital of

Ethiopia). The first step comprises data generation. A questionnaire is prepared and

circulated amongst company staff both executive and technical to determine the

production, sales and profit during a few months of 2014. The profits varied considerably

owing to subjective approach. It was established that the decisions are undertaken by

experienced people without use of quantitative people and quantitative method. Whole

approach applied here is seemingly subjective. A theoretical perspective undertaken for

the present study is review of various different applications of linear programming. The

characteristics of base assumptions of linear programming and its advantages and

disadvantages towards establishing its need for optimization are briefly outlined in terms

of its application to the factory. Survey data is analyzed to determine the style of decision

making and the problem is defined. An objective function is created in terms of decision

variables of production, sales and profit over a period of time using the quantitatively

available data of these parameters. A linear programming model for company is

developed for profit optimization. The model equations with adequate restraints taking

into account manufacturing limitations are solved using MS-Excel solver. Finally, some

conclusive observations have been drawn and recommendations have been suggested.

Example Case Study #2: Linear Programming based Effective Maintenance and

Manpower Planning Strategy

Ondo State of Nigeria were collected, classified and analysed statistically. Linear

Programming (LP) model was formulated based on the outcomes of the analysed data.

The data analysed includes maintenance budget, maintenance cycle, production capacity

and waiting time of production facilities in case of failure. Data were analysed based on

manpower cost, machine depreciation cost and the spare part cost, which were assumed

to be proportion to the number/magnitude of the breakdowns. The generated LP model

was solved using software named the Quantitative System for Business- QSB (Version

3.0). The results of the model showed that four maintenance crews were needed to

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effectively carryout maintenance jobs in the industry. The sensitivity analysis showed that

the results have a wide range of feasibility.

Example Case Study #3: THE DIET PROBLEM: A WWW-BASED INTERACTIVE CASE STUDY

IN LINEAR PROGRAMMING

The Diet Problem is an interactive WWW-based case study that introduces users

(particularly students and practitioners) to the mathematics of optimization. Users select

foods for their menus, edit a set of nutritional constraints, and solve the linear program

by simply clicking some buttons and making simple entries. A detailed analysis of the diet,

complete with graphs and tables, is returned to the user.

The Diet Problem utilize a simple, yet interesting, linear program to introduce the

concepts of model planning, data gathering, optimal solutions, and dual variables. The

power of the World Wide Web makes the case study accessible to a wide variety of users

in many different countries.

SAMPLING THEORY

of observations are taken from a larger population. The methodology used to sample

from a larger population depends on the type of analysis being performed, but may

include simple random sampling or systematic sampling.

the analyst jointly collects codes and analyses data and decides what data to collect next

and where to find them, in order to develop a theory as it emerges. The initial stage of

data collection depends largely on a general subject or problem area, which is base d on

the analysts general perspective of the subject area. The initial decisions are not based

on a preconceived theoretical framework. The researcher begins by identifying some key

concepts and features which he/she will research about. This gives a foun dation for the

research. A researcher must be theoretically sensitive so that a theory can be

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conceptualized and formulated as it emerges from the data being collected. Caution must

be taken so as to not limit oneself to specific aspects of a theory; this will make a researcher

blind towards other concepts and aspects of the theory. The main question in this method

of sampling is this: what groups should the researcher turn to next in the data collection

process, and why?

Sample size

technique to help you create your sample, you will need to decide how large your sample

should be (i.e., your sample size). Your sample size becomes an ethical issue for two

reasons: over-sized samples and under-sized samples.

THEORETICAL SAMPLING; MERGING OR CLEAR BOUNDARIES?

variations of qualitative sampling described in the literature and much confusion and

overlapping of types of sampling, particularly in the case of purposeful and theoretical

sampling. The terms purposeful and theoretical are viewed synonymously and used

interchangeably in the literature. Many of the most frequent misinterpretations relate to

the disparate meanings and usage of the terminology. It is important that the terminology

is examined so that underlying assumptions be made more explicit. Lack of shared

meanings and terminology in the nursing discourse creates confusion for the neophyte

researcher and increases the production of studies with weak methodologies. This paper

analyses critically purposeful and theoretical sampling and offers clarification on the use

of theoretical sampling for nursing research. The aim is not to make prescriptive

statements on sampling; rather, to enhance understanding of the differences between

purposeful and theoretical sampling for nursing research.

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