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  1. Chapter Ten Facilities Layout and Location

  2. Six Horizontal Flow Patterns Fig. 10-1

  3. Activity Relationship Chart forMeat Me Fast-Food Restaurant Fig. 10-2

  4. From-To Chart Showing Distances Between Six Department Centers (Measured in Feet) Fig. 10-3

  5. From-To Chart Showing Number of Materials Handling Trips per Day Fig. 10-4

  6. From-To Chart ShowingMaterials Handling Cost Per Day (in $) Fig. 10-5

  7. Fixed Position Layout Fig. 10-6

  8. Product layout Fig. 10-7

  9. Process layout Fig. 10-8

  10. Group Technology Layout Fig. 10-9

  11. Layout of Manufacturing Facility(for Problem 2) Fig. 10-10

  12. Initial layout for CRAFT Example Fig. 10-11

  13. From-To Charts for Initial Layout Fig. 10-12

  14. New Distance and Cost From-To Charts After Exchanging Centroids for A and B Fig. 10-13

  15. New Layout with A and C Interchanged Fig. 10-14

  16. Second Iteration, Obtained from Exchanging the Locations of A and B Fig. 10-15

  17. Method of PlacingDepartments Used by ALDEP Fig. 10-16

  18. Layout (for Problem 15) Fig. 10-17

  19. Layout and From-ToChart (for Problem 16) Fig. 10-18

  20. Layout and From-ToCharts (for Problem 17) Fig. 10-19

  21. Rel Chart (for Problem 18) Fig. 10-20

  22. The Position of FMSin the Manufacturing Hierarchy Fig. 10-21

  23. A Typical Flexible Manufacturing System Fig. 10-22

  24. A Single-Server Queue Fig. 10-23

  25. A Network of Queues Fig. 10-24

  26. Euclidean and Rectilinear Distances Fig. 10-25

  27. Optimal Locations of the New Facility for a Rectilinear Distance Measure Fig. 10-26

  28. Location of Six Campus Buildings (Refer to Example 10.5) Fig. 10-27

  29. Contour Lines for the Two-Facility Problem Picturedin Figure 10-26 Fig. 10-28

  30. Contour Lines for University Location Example 10.5 Fig. 10-29

  31. Optimal Solutions for Minimax Location Objective Fig. 10-30

  32. Solution of the Euclidean Distance Problem Using a Physical model Fig. 10-31

  33. Shape of Facility (For Problem 49) Fig. 10-32

  34. Layout and From-To Charts(For Problem 50) Fig. 10-33

  35. Layout and From-To Chart(For Problem 51) Fig. 10-34

  36. The Centroid of a Rectangle Fig. 10-35

  37. Centroid of a FigureComposed of Rectangles Fig. 10-36

  38. Regions forExample 10B.1 Fig. 10-37

  39. Slopes forExample 10B.1 Fig. 10-38

  40. Sample Contour Linesfor Example 10B.1 Fig. 10-39