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1) allow 'Y to be one for SKU i on resource k only if there is production of SKU i in both periods. 2) ensure that we only set 'Y to one for SKUs i that are to be routed to resource k, which is done mainly to avoid spurious values of 'Y that can be confusing when reading the solution. 3) ensure that at most one product can span the time boundary on a specific resource k. 1) make sense, we must define t5i,O as data, which is a departure from our usual naming conventions that use parenthesis for data indexes.
This will raise the eyebrows of accountants, but with some patience they can be convinced. What is the real difference in cost between solutions that differ by one changeover? This is an important question. , suppose it is used about one hour per week. What will be the difference in cash position if the machine is down for changeover for an extra two hours? Almost none. 1 A Cost Based Objective Function 47 extra three hours? Almost none. The cost of the machine and the corporate overhead rates are not important in making the marginal decision to perform a changeover.
Starting with an mrp Model captures the production that will be completed up to timet, while the term is the total demand that will have occured up to the same time period. The lot size constraint specifies that if there is any production of a SKU during a period it must be at least as much as the minimum lot size. The modeling constraint for the production indicator forces it to take a value greater than zero if there is production for the SKU in the period, which the integer constraint forces it to be either zero or one.