Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Deterioration


INVENTORY PLANNING OF CHANGING PRODUCTIONMODEL FOR VARIABLE DETERIORATION ITEMS WITH DEMANDIN LINEAR EQUATION WITHOUT CONSTANT TERM

S. Kuppuraj; Mr.N. Balamurugan; V. Sivan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1906-1916

In the manufacturing sector, the expectation of production and demand is the challenging one.To manage the above, it is necessary to concentrate the efficiency of the worker and replacement policy of the machines, the logistics and it supplies of the raw materials. Here to develop a model of inventory planning of varying production for changing deterioration items with linear demand, the keeping of the stock in a place is considered as fixed, the rate of deterioration is changing with time,using thesesupposition to develop mathematical formationprovides the solution in numerical and its parameter changing shown using computation table and represent using graphs. At last to check the time should be optimal, more quantity and very least overall average cost.

A Deteriorating Inventory Model of EOQwith BetaDistributed in quadratic time function Demand and fully Backlogged with Shortages

S.Meenakshi Sundaram; Dr.T. Harikrishnan; Mr.V. Sivan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1897-1905

A deteriorating inventory model of EOQ has probabilistic and shortages. Shortages can be accepted, but it is balanced by fully backlogged. Demand considered as quadratic time function and holding cost is parabolic. Demand items considered as a quadratic with highest power coefficient has negative sign, which pursues the Beta passion.From these inferences, a mathematical model has been framed and worked out using numerical solutionwith the help of computation table and represented using graph. Here the main aim determines thetime period should be optimal, highest order quantity of very least overall average cost.

A INVENTORY MODEL FOR HEALTH SERVICE FIRMS IN QUADRATIC DEMAND OF PARABOLIC HOLDING COST WITH SHORTAGES

V. Karthick; M. Sathiragavan; V. Sivan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1917-1928

During olden days, in the inventory models of Health service firms, the demand and cost of holding the things were fixed. Now in the modern world, the above cannot be considered as fixed. It is changing from time to time and place to place. So we have to formulate a model of demand in quadratic with time function. The cost of holding the things are considered as parabolic equations of time where changing of fixed deterioration is taken. The shortage of stocks is allowed. Using this inferences, a mathematical model have developed and find the solution and represented using graph. The scope is time should be optimal, order quantity is more of very least overall average cost. This result has more importance in Health service firms.