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Curriculum | Operational Research-II (Code-09050606)

Operational Research-II  (Code-09050606)

S.No.

Content of the topics

Learning Objectives

Teaching Guidelines

Methodology

Time                         (Hours)

1

  • Inventory Control:introduction of inventory, factors affecting inventory, Inventory models
Student will be able to understand the inventory control and models

Lecture should be effective so that student will be able to grasp the topics easily

Assignments/Seminars/ Class Tests/ Presentations

10

  • Deterministic models: Economic order quantity model when shortages are allowed/not allowed
  • Price discounts model
  • Multi-item inventory models

2

  • Queuing Theory: Basic characteristics of queuing system
Student will be able to understand the queuing theory

Lecture should be effective so that student will be able to grasp the topics easily

Assignments/Seminars/ Class Tests/ Presentations

15

  • Birth-death equations
  • Steady state solution of Markovian queuing models with single and multiple servers(M/M/1) and M/M/c), with limited capacity(M/M/1/K and M/M/c/K)

3

  • Sequencing problems:Processing of n jobs through 2 machines, n jobs through 3 machines
Student will be able to understand the sequencing and replacement problems

Lecture should be effective so that student will be able to grasp the topics easily

Assignments/Seminars/ Class Tests/ Presentations

15

  • 2 jobs through m machines, n jobs through m machines
  • Replacement problems: Replacement of items whose running cost increases with time
  • Replacement policies for the items that fail completely-individual and the group replacement policies

4

  • PERT and CPM: Introduction of PERT and CPM
Student will be able to understand the concept of PERT and CPM

Lecture should be effective so that student will be able to grasp the topics easily

Assignments/ Seminars/ Class Tests/ Presentations

12

  • Earliest and latest times
  • Determination of critical path and various types of floats
  • Probabilistic and cost considerations in project scheduling