Dundar F. Kocoaglu
Operations Research in Engineering Management
A linear programming model was developed to identify the optimum shop loading option and the minimum aggregate manufacturing cost from three process alternatives in a metal casting company. The study stems from the needs expressed by the Marketing, Production Planning and Engineering Departments of the company, and is based on the market research which identified a growing need for a "CNC machining blank" for the medical prosthetic implant market.
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Maffett, Geoff; Lee, Teri; and Hood, Cliff, "Minimum Cost Shop Loading in an Investment Casting Plant" (1988). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 333.