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Charts for Equipment Utilization Analysis

These charts represent the sequence of operations performed by the combination of men and machines in a system.

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Two Handed Process Chart

This chat is more detailed than a flow process chart and shows movement of both the hands.

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Flow Process Charts

This chart is also made in the same way as the outline process charts but it contains more detailed description of the various operations and inspections involved in the process.

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Operation Flow Charts

These charts depict only the operation, transportation and inspection aspects of a production process and neglect many ancillary activities.

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Classified into the activities involves

Depending upon the activities involves in an organization the process chart can be further classified as

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Operation involved in a produciton process

The various operations involved in a production process can be classified in following categories:

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Process Charts

Process chart is the diagrammatic representation of the sequence of operations passing through the preproduction process beginning form the first operation to the last operation for the completion of the product in an organization producing any product.

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Schematic Process Chart

These charts are used to compare alternative methods of production. In these the graphs depict that how a product can be manufactured under different methods f production using the same ingredients.

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Master Schedule of production order charts

This provides the production manger relevant statistics so as to ensure the maximum utilization of the plant capacity.

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Charts for Equipment Utilization Analysis of production order charts

After studying the process charts, the process is divided into sub-processes and then the man and machine operations in each sub-process are throughly studied and the time taken in each operation in noted.

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Charts for Process Analysis of production order charts

These charts are used to represent the separate steps or events that occur during the performance of a task or a series of operations.

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Production Order Charts

Technically, production order is a graphical description of the sequence of operations and activities during the whole production process which helps in making detailed and efficient production plans.

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Print-outs contians

The print-outs contain the following output informations:

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Computerization of networks

Network diagram for small projects having about 150 events or 250 activities can be manually managed. Bigger ones become unwieldy and so will take long time.

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Supervisory Control Systems of shop

As is evident, data allows manual control of the system which obviously means delay in action and hence less efficient.

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Data Loading of shop

This is the simplest application among three basic types of computers, logs merely data instead of having control over the process.

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Process Shop

There are three types of process control applications, two of which are mentioned here:

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Job Shop of Application of computer in production planning, and control

It is psychologically accepted that in large-scale manufacturing factories, computers will have instant use. Its utility has been realized even in jobbing shop.

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Output

All output required by manual process are also required after computerization. An ICL System: ICL has developed in modular form an integrated package called 'Prompt' on magnetic tape.

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Programme

A computer can be programmed within programme specification of the machine to perform specific processing, say, obtaining the critical path in a network chart.

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