5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- statistical quality control
- enterprise resource planning
- utility supply
- flexible manufacturing system
- production management
- a Continual monitoring of each stage of the entire production process
- b The planning, implementation, and control measures used to convert resources into finished products. (focused on products)
- c availability of public infrastructure services (electricity, water, natural gas, and communications)
- d systems can do the same inventory control and process scheduling that MRP can do, but they can integrate these functions with all the other aspects business that management would like to tie together, such as finance and human resources.
- e a system in which machines are programmed to process different part types simultaneously— allowing a manufacturer to mass produce customized products
5 Multiple choice questions
- horizontal bar graph used to lay out each task in a project, the order in which these tasks must be completed, and how long each task will take.
- set of principles concerned with reducing waste and improving flow
- where you are given a shipping or due date and you have to determine the start date and the most efficient schedule based on when everything has to be finished.
- program evaluation and review technique. Maps out various steps involved in a project, differentiating tasks that must be completed in a certain order from tasks that have to be completed simultaneously.
- description of how resources are to be used to develop a product in a specific way
5 True/False questions
forward scheduling → you start with the date materials are available, then create the most efficient schedule, and then determine a shipping date based on that schedule
Materials Requirement Planning → systems can do the same inventory control and process scheduling that MRP can do, but they can integrate these functions with all the other aspects business that management would like to tie together, such as finance and human resources.
Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) → combine design and manufacturing functions with other automated functions, such as order taking, shipment, and billing for the complete automation of a manufacturing plant
Computer-Aided Design (CAD) → uses the design data to control the machinery used in the manufacturing process
Mass production → the method of producing large quantities of goods at a low cost