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Journal of Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers
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Volume 6, Issue 2 - Dec 1980
Volume 6, Issue 1 - Jun 1980
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A Systems Approach to Press Injuries Using Fault Tree Analysis
Lee, Myeon-U ; Yun, Jo-Deok ;
Journal of Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers, volume 6, issue 2, 1980, Pages 1~11
The purpose of this study is to attempt a systems approach to press injuries using Fault Tree Analysis. Three major techniques were used: Industrial Accident Dynamics (IAD) by which accident analysis can be made, Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) by which quantification of accident analysis can be made, Computerized Algorithm by which minimal cut set to accident can be identified. A survey has been made of ninety two cases of press injuries from seven industrial firms. All cases of the accident are analyzed using the three techniques. According to the analysis, lack of safety knowledge and improper scaffold seem to be the primal cause of accident. Comparisons of the accident causes to actual accident reports (National Institute of Labor Science) demonstrates that the FTA is a powerful tool for industrial accident prevention. On the basis of this result, some countermeasures are discussed.
A New Chance-Constrained Programming Approach to Capital Budgeting
Lee, Ju-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers, volume 6, issue 2, 1980, Pages 21~29
This paper deals with the capital budgeting problem of a firm where investments are risky and interrelated. The established models might be classified into two categories; One is the chance-constrained programming model and the other is the expected utility maximization model. The former has a rather limited objective function and does not consider the risk in direct manner. The latter, on the other hand, might lead to a wrong decision because it uses an approximate value of expected utility. This paper attempts to extend the applicability of the chance-constrained programming model by modifying its objective function into a more general form. The capital budgeting problem is formulated as a nonlinear 0-1 integer programming problem first, and is formulated into a linear 0-1 integer programming problem for finding a lower-bound solution of the original problem. The optimal solution of the original problem is then obtained by branch & bound algorithm.
An Economic Design of s-Charts
Ju, Sang-Yun ;
Journal of Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers, volume 6, issue 2, 1980, Pages 31~36
This paper proposes a very simple algorithm for determining the parameters in the economic design of s-charts. These parameters are the sample size, the factor determining the spread of the control limit and the sampling interval. Several examples show that the parameters determined by this algorithm are very close to the exact optimal values.
Three-stage Sampling Inspection Plans
Ryu, Mun-Chan ; Bae, Do-Seon ;
Journal of Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers, volume 6, issue 2, 1980, Pages 37~47
A system of conditional sampling plans composed of three stages is developed. In the first stage, the decision to accept or reject the lot is based on the information obtained from the current lot. When a decision is not made in the first stage, a second stage is introduced and the information from the immediately preceding lot as well as the information from the current lot is used for the decision. When a decision is not made in the first stage, a second stage is introduced and the information from the immediately preceding lot as well as the information from the current lot is used for the decision. When a decision is not made in the second stage either, the decision is deferred until the information from the immediately following lot is obtained. Existing tables for constructing double sampling plans with
can be used to find the parameters of these plans. These sampling plans can bring sizable savings in the amount of inspection when the process is relatively stable. The response delay to the change in process quality and the deferred events may be considered as shortcomings of these plans. However, these are not serious in practical applications, and the reduction in sample size may more than offset these shortcomings.