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Mathematical models of the reparable item inventory system

David A. Schrady

Mathematical models of the reparable item inventory system

by David A. Schrady

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stores or stock-room keeping,
  • Mathematical models,
  • Inventory control

  • About the Edition

    Reparable items, as opposed to consumable items, are usually rebuilt upon removal from service. A reparable item inventory system is composed of an inventory of ready-for-issue (RFI) items and an inventory of non-ready-for-issue (NRFI) items awaiting repair at the overhaul and repair facility. Since not all units issued in RFI condition will be recovered, procurement is necessary to supplement repair and maintain the population of units. This report describes such a system and presents a number of mathematical models, both deterministic and probabilistic, which prescribe the manner in which such a system should be operated. (Author)

    Edition Notes

    Statementby David A. Schrady
    ContributionsNaval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination144 p. :
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25470901M
    OCLC/WorldCa436445257

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    Author: Jonathan Bard Created Date: 5/30/ AM.   The simplest way to identify obsolete inventory without a computer system is to leave the physical inventory count tags on all inventory items following completion of the annual physical count. The tags taped to any items used during the subsequent year will be thrown away at the time of use, leaving only the oldest unused items still tagged by the end of the year.

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Mathematical models of the reparable item inventory system by David A. Schrady Download PDF EPUB FB2

A reparable item inventory system is composed of an inventory of ready-for-issue (RFI) items and an inventory of non-ready-for-issue (NRFI) items awaiting repair at the overhaul and repair facility. Since not all units issued in RFI condition will be recovered, procurement is necessary to supplement repair and maintain the population of : David A.

Schrady. Development of a mathematical model of the system This is the cost of holding and item in inventory for so me. inventory. For this model, the. The cost associated with selling an item at a discounted price.

(6) Discount rates. This deals with the time value of money. A rm could be spending its money on other things, such as investments.

Inventory models are classi ed as either deterministic or stochastic. Determin-istic models are models where the demand for a time period is known.

Formulate a mathematical modeldescribing the behavior of the inventory system. Seek an optimal inventory policy with respect to this model.

Use a computerized information processing systemto maintain a record of the current inventory levels. Using this record of current inventory levels, apply the optimal inventory policy to sig-File Size: KB. 32 yEach stage functions like a newsvendor system: {Periodic, stochastic demand (last stage only){No fixed ordering cost{Inventory carryover and backordersyEach stage follows base-stock policy yLead time (L) = deterministic transit time between stages yWaiting time (W) = stochastic time between when stage places an order and when it receives it {Includes L plus delay due to stockouts at supplierFile Size: KB.

Based on the simulation results of inventory policy, Model Q has the advantage of saving total inventory costs by Rp13, and decreasing the number of lost sale products by units or.

Inventory Model. 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.

The EOQ model is a simple deterministic model that illustrates the trade-o s between ordering and inventory costs. Consider a single warehouse facing constant demand for a single item.

The warehouse orders from the supplier, who is assumed to have an unlimited quantity of the product. The EOQ model assume the following scenario. Explaining Inventory Loss Due to Damage. No matter how carefully your employees handle your inventory, sooner or later you will incur a loss from items being damaged.

Under generally accepted accounting principles, you must write off the value of the damaged inventory shortly after the loss occurs. The way you. We consider in this paper a reverse supply chain with three stocks.

Newly manufactured items are stored in the first stock. The second stock is reserved for remanufactured items, while the third stock contains the items that are returned from the market. One of our main assumptions is that remanufactured items are not as-good-as-new.

We also assume that new and remanufactured items are subject. Inventory planning is the determination of the type and quantity of inventory items that would be required at future points for maintaining production schedules.

Inventory planning is generally based on information from the past. A collection of items held by an organization for future utilization is known as inventory and a set of policies known as the inventory system examine and control the same [4].

The inventory can be stocked by diverse stages along the production and distribution supply chain [3]. The inventory system aids in estimating the amount of each. A mathematical model is a description of a system using mathematical concepts and process of developing a mathematical model is termed mathematical atical models are used in the natural sciences (such as physics, biology, earth science, chemistry) and engineering disciplines (such as computer science, electrical engineering), as well as in the social sciences (such.

Inventory management challenges. Every company has the challenge of matching its supply volume to customer demand. How well the company manages this challenge has a major impact on its profitability. In contrast to the traditional "binge and purge" inventory cycle in which companies over-purchase product to prepare for possible demand spikes and then discards extra product, inventory.

INVENTORY CONTROL BY TOYOTA PRODUCTION SYSTEM KANBAN METHODOLOGY—A CASE STUDY V M Nistane 1* and Srinivas Viswanath V *Corresponding Author: V M Nistane, [email protected] In this paper, a single-item, multi-stage, sequential production system is considered. Materials in the system are controlled by Kanban discipline.

Discuss some of the different models for inventory control. Item Ranking A system to rank items by demand either by dollars. or by units. Just-In-Time A method of inventory. Writing off inventory involves removing the cost of no-value inventory items from the accounting ory should be written off when it becomes obsolete or its market price has fallen to a level below the cost at which it is currently recorded in the accounting records.

The amount to be written down should be the difference between the book value (cost) of the inventory and the.

I need to develop a inventory and sales system. For inventory, I need to be able to keep track of ideal stock levels, current stock levels, reorder point, cost, selling price, etc. Not every item in the inventory is "sellable." For example, I may want to keep inventory of plastic cups used for sodas.

For low cost items, the inventory manager may wish to use a simple periodic review inventory model as discussed in pages in the text. That is, instead of continuous review of the inventory (which is required to know when the reorder point is reached), the inventory manager may elect to view (count) the inventory at set time intervals.

The optimal quantity minimizes the overall operational costs including those of inventory and shipping. A mathematical model is developed, from which the probability distribution function, mean, and variance of the length of the build-up period are derived and we establish a cost function for determining the optimal shipping value.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.Most important: Inventory item descriptions should begin with a noun (what the item is) followed by the adjectives that describe the item (in descending order of the adjective’s importance).

This is so important that we offer a much more detailed and illustrated example below!. Inventory item descriptions should be. If a company has items recorded on the books for $10 each, but it figures the items are really worth only $6 each, an adjusting entry needs to be made. In this case, an inventory loss journal entry of $ would be debited to the Cost of Goods Sold account and $ would be credited to the Inventory account.