Text Illustrations in PPTChapter 3- Flow Systems, Activity Relationships and Space Requirements Facilities Planning, 4th EditionJames A. Tompkins, Tompkins Associates, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-470-44404-7
FLOW SYSTEMS fig_03_01 Logistics system.
MATERIAL FLOW SYSTEMS A- Flow within Workstations B- Flow within Departments fig_03_05Flow within product departments. (a) End-to-end. (b) Back-to-back. (c) Front- to-front. (d ) Circular. (e) Odd-angle.
fig_03_06Flow within process departments. (a) Parallel. (b) Perpendicular. (c) Diagonal.
Flow within Product and Process Departments with Material Handling Considerations fig_03_07The line flow pattern.
C- Flow between Departments fig_03_11Flow within a department considering the locations of input/output points. (a) At the same location. (b) On adjacent sides. (c) On the same side. (d ) On opposite sides.
fig_03_18The impact of interruptions on flow paths. (a) Uninterrupted flow paths. (b) Interrupted flow paths.
fig_03_19Illustration of how backtracking impacts the length of flow paths.
fig_03_20Illustration of how backtracking impacts the length of flow paths.
DEPARTMENTAL PLANNING fig_03_21 Volume-variety layout classification
ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS a. Quantitative Flow Measurement fig_03_38 Mileage chart
fig_03_41Flow patterns indicating the order of flow given in (a) straight-line flow; (b) U-shaped flow; (c) S-shaped flow; (d) W-shaped flow.
Example 3.4 Developing the from-to chart tableun_03_01
fig_03_42Figure 3.42 From-to chart for Example 3.4. The circled numbers represent component num- bers, and the number following the circled numbers indicates the volume of equivalent flows for the component.
b.Qualitative Flow Measurement table_03_03 Closeness Relationship Values
SPACE REQUIREMENTS fig_03_44Workstation drawing required to determine total area requirements.