Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : shortages


Study Of Deterministic Inventory Model For Deteriorating Items With Stock- Dependent Demand Rate Under Inflation

Dr.Kapil Kumar Bansal; Dr.Vijesh Kumar; Dr.A.K. Malik; Mr.Mahesh Kumar Pandey

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1263-1267

Deterministic inventory model for deteriorating items with stock dependent demand is
developed. In this model the shortages are allowed and partially backlogged and the effect
of inflation rate and delay in payments are discussed. This paper establishes an inventory
model for the deteriorating items and stock dependent demand rate under inflation when
the supplier offers a permissible delay to the purchaser. A sensitivity analysis of the optimal
solution with respect to the parameters of the system is carried out.

ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE INVENTORY MODEL WITH THE IMPACT OF TRADE CREDIT AND PARTIAL BACKORDERING

I.Antonitte Vinoline; W. Ritha; J.MerlineVinotha .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 3095-3106

Sustainable management integration for reworking of faulty products provides long-lasting benefits. There are situations in global business when the products are purchased from a global supplier. There are chances that a fraction of defective goods can be in the lot earned. These defective goods are still important to save the world and
can be fixed.Repairing faulty products in a nearby repair shop is affordable when contrasted with sending them back to the retailer. The cost of carbon emissions is also integrated into the effect on net income for the environment. The supplier, meanwhile, also offers the buyer a multi-credit-period.We built a sustainability model in this paper and are raising the effect on the climate. This paper seeks to optimize overall benefit bysimultaneously considering multi-credit strategy, rework, scarcity, transportation costs, creating a synergic economic order quantity model.This model can help in making decisions to enhance sustainable inventory management efficiency by controlling the cycle time for a global supply chain. This also draws numerical comparison to provide organizational insights into actual procedures

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.