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IE 368: FACILITY DESIGN AND
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Lecture Notes #1
Course Overview
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Introduction
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Today’s Agenda
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 Information on syllabus
 Instructor’s information
 Office hours
 Text
 Grading
 Exams & Homework
 Class format
 Homework #1
 Student information sheet
 Introductory lecture
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Instructor’s Information
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 Instructor: Dr. J. David Porter
 Office:
420 Rogers Hall
 Phone:
(541) 737-2446
 Email:
[email protected]
 Office Hours
 Mondays and Wednesdays 4:00 – 5:30 PM
 By appointment
 Do not email technical questions about an assignment
• Lengthy or potentially difficult questions should be handled face to face
with instructor
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Grader
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 Nadia Bathaee
 Email: [email protected]
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Responsibility
 Grade homework assignments
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Prerequisites
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 ST 314 or equivalent is needed
 First section of the course
 We will review some of it
 IE 366 and IE 367
 Listed prerequisites
 Helpful but not critical
 If specific material is needed, it will be covered for course
purposes
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Course Information
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 Course homepage:
 http://classes.engr.oregonstate.edu/mime/winter2012/ie368
• Syllabus
• Handouts
 Lecture material
 Information sheet
• Homework assignments
 Solutions will be provided via email
 Check the page daily for course information and
announcements
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Required Textbook
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 Tompkins, J.A., White, J.A., Bozer, Y.A.,
Tanchoco, M.A. (2010). Facilities Planning
(4th Ed). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and
Sons, Inc.
 Textbook is widely used
 Good combination of practical/theoretical
methods
 Encyclopedic
 A good reference for practicing engineers
 We will move around the text according to
the tentative course plan
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Other References
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Factory Physics :
foundations of manufacturing management (3rd Ed.). New
 Hopp, W.J. & Spearman, M.L. (2007).
York, NY: Irwin McGraw-Hill Inc.
 Mainly used in the first portion of the course
 Library does not have a copy
 Lectures should be sufficient coverage
 Probability & statistics texts
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Grading Criteria
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 Homework
 Midterm Exam
20%
25%
 Thursday, February 9th, 2012
 Final Exam (cumulative)
30%
 Monday, March 19, 2012 @ 9:30am
 Term project
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25%
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Exams & Homework
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 Homework
 Homework assignments are due at the beginning of the
lecture session
 No late assignments will be allowed!
 A random selection of problems will be graded
• Each HW is worth 10 pts
 Group study is encouraged but splitting up assignments is not
 Exams
 Open book and open notes exams
• No laptop computers permitted
 Based on homework, lecture material, & reading assignments
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Lecture Format
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 The first part of class will be devoted to questions
 Unreasonably long questions will be handled one on one
 If I do not know the answer, I will get it for the class by the
next lecture
 Lecture
 Ask questions
 5 min. break
 Not meant as an exit time
 End of Class
 Will try to leave time for questions
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Lecture Format (cont.)
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 Material will be delivered on PowerPoint slides using
a Tablet PC
 Material will be added to slides during class
 There will be periodic in-class problem solving sessions
• Solutions completed electronically on slides
 Minor changes to the slides may be made just before class
 All added (hand written) material is your
responsibility
 Hand written material added by instructor will NOT be
available on the course’s website
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Classroom Rules
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 Cell phones shall not be accessed during class time
 Shut it off and put it away
 No newspapers
 No completing homework or other assignments
 No sleeping
 Use common sense and be considerate of others
 Notify instructor when absent from class as soon as
possible
 Before or after the fact
 Justifiable reason
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Homework #1: Information Sheet
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 Due on Thursday, Jan. 12th
 Must include a recent picture of you to be considered complete
 Turn in the paper sheet at the beginning of the lecture
session
 It helps me get your names right
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Course Outline
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 Introduction – Chapter 1
 Determining Requirements & Production System
Design (3 parts)
 See “Reading Assignment” column on tentative course
schedule
 Lecture material with some handouts (not in the textbook)
 Facilities Layout
 Chapter 3 – Characterizing relationships and flow
 Chapter 6 – Layout models
 Chapter 4 – Personnel requirements
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Course Outline (cont.)
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 Facilities Location
 Chapter 10 – pp. 517-550
 Selected Material Handling and Storage Topics (as
time permits)
 Parts of Chapter 5 & 10
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Questions?
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Introduction
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Course Catalog Description
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Design and analysis of industrial facilities including just-intime systems, queuing, material handling systems, material
flow analysis, line balancing, systematic layout planning,
design of warehouse facilities, and facilities location
 The different elements described above are all part
of Facilities Planning
 The facilities planned today must help an organization achieve
Supply Chain Excellence
 Each organization in the supply chain should plan facilities with
their partners in mind
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Facilities’ Characteristics
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 All the facilities in the supply chain should have the
following characteristics:
 Flexibility
 Modularity
 Upgradability
 Adaptability
 Selective Operability
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Facilities Planning Viewpoints
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 Civil engineering
 Electrical/Mechanical engineering
 Architectural
 Construction management/Contractor
 Real estate
 Urban planning
 Industrial engineering
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IE Viewpoint of Facilities Planning
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Industrial Engineers focus on requirements, resource
allocation, and efficient use of resources
 Facilities are the integration of many lower level systems
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Space requirements with respect to flow and operations control
Personnel requirements
Equipment requirements
System design/layout with respect to flow and operations control
The use of information systems and technology to increase
effectiveness
• Movement within a facility
• Movement between facilities – Location
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Facilities Planning
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 Facilities planning determines how an activity’s
tangible fixed assets best support achieving the
activity's objectives
Facilities
Planning
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Facilities Planning
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Amount ($)
 Costs of design changes during a project
Planning
Designing
Building
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Installing
Commissioning
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Focus of IE 368
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 This course will focus on facilities planning
 Flow design
 Determining requirements
 Layout
 Coverage of storage and materials handling, and
facilities location
 Many of the specific principles taught are useful in
other applications
 Equipment fractions
 Queuing models
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Example of a Manufacturing Facility
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From an IE Viewpoint
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 Why are the components of this facility located as
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drawn?
Why are they arranged as drawn?
Why are there so many duplicated items?
Why is the facility so large or small?
Why are there enclosed rooms and open areas?
How many people will be working in the facility?
Does this design meet requirements?
etc.
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IE Approaches
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 Industrial Engineers develop models to understand,
design and validate systems
 Procedures
 e.g., Systematic Layout Planning (SLP)
 Analytical models
 e.g., machine fraction equations, queuing models
 Analytical layout models/software
 Computer simulations
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