Accession Number : ADA139854
Title : Major Assemblies Stockage Model.
Descriptive Note : Final technical rept.,
Corporate Author : ARMY INVENTORY RESEARCH OFFICE PHILADELPHIA PA
Personal Author(s) : Hutchison,A
PDF Url : ADA139854
Report Date : Jan 1984
Pagination or Media Count : 31
Abstract : The major Assemblies Model is a multi-item, two echelon model. It determines, by means of mathematical optimization techniques, how many of each component to stock at all units within a two echelon environment. The stockage levels are calculated by determining the potential impact of each item backordered on weapon system downtime. The final stockage quantities are determined by the level of weapon system operational availability that is to be achieved. This model has been developed to compute stockage for major assemblies in USAREUR (US Army Europe) at the corps and division levels. However there are no mathematical nor operating procedures that would prevent using the model in other logistic structures. This model has been programmed on an IBM Personal Computer (PC) to facilitate the development and evaluation of the stockage procedures.
Descriptors : *Management information systems, *Logistics management, *Inventory control, *Computer applications, *Stockpiles, *Parts, Repair, Weapon systems, Operational readiness, Mathematical models, Optimization, Minicomputers, Statistical analysis, Computerized simulation, Cost models, Tables(Data), Data bases, Data management, Army planning, Europe
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Statistics and Probability
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE