The industrial engineering analysis is a process through which various manufacturing systems and designs are properly assessed and examined. There are mainly four analytic methods used within this system. The first step is called process definition which elaborates on the method of analysis to be incorporated. The second step involves economic analysis of the resources to be used or already used for the process. The third step is crucial since it deals with the requirements of the project and the resources are therefore analyzed.
Lastly, the analysis is concluded by making product mix decisions. There are network and tree structures which are used in the analysis depending on the situation. There will also be added-in links relevant to the analysis. In case of programming, the links will be added to produce mixed and linear integer models in order to gain particular outcome. There will also be separate designs made for different facilities to be provided and also proper space incorporated for inventories and changes to be added later on.
Sample Industrial Engineering Analysis
The following analysis is concerned with the production process of jute bags to be undertaken by TTYY Jute & Co Ltd.
Industrial Engineer: Patrick Damps & Associates
Production Line: Design
- Step One: Production line to use state-of-the-art machinery for production purposes.
- Step Two: All resources to be used need to be assessed prior to production.
- Step Three: Labor must be specific to the technique used.
- Step Four: Production must commence within six months.
Economic Analysis of Resources to be used:
- Jute material to be used: $4,56,0000
- Products needed to be produced within the first year of production: 3 million or 234,0000 pieces per retail store
Analysis of resources:
- Cost effectiveness: High
- Time efficiency: 89%
- Risk factor: Moderate
Production should commence as per specifics mentioned in the report.