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An Economic Lot Size Model with Shortages and Inflation
A.S. Onawumi,A.E. Oluleye,K.A. Adebiyi
International Business Management , 2012,
Abstract: Inflation is a plague, which characterized the economy of many developing countries especially, in the current global economic meltdown. This effect influenced cases of both explainable and unexplainable shortages in production inventory. In this study, the management of inventory under twin limiting situations of inflation and shortages were considered. Also, presented was a model for determination of economic lot size, which includes the two conditions, time value of money and comparative study of corresponding cost implications using numerical example to illustrate the developed model.
Development of Model for Determination of Crew-Size Requirements for a Bolt and Nut Manufacturing Industry
K.A. Adebiyi,L.O. Mudashiru,A.O. Ajayeoba
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Effective and efficient running of bolt and nut manufacturing industry demands determination of it s optimal crew-size requirement. In this study, a model was developed to determine the number of manpower required (Q) in terms ofannual production target ( ); production efficiency (P) machine efficiency (P o) and operators efficiency (P m); expected number of required man-hours (N) and the total production time (T). Data were collected from Oyeladun Manufacturing Industry, Ogbomoso Oyo State on types and number of machine tools available; working hours per day; number of working days per week. The model parameters were estimated as follows (52,240), P (85%) and N (0.1877). The optimal number of personnel required by the organization was estimated to be six.
An Economic Order Quantity Model with Shortages, Price Break and Inflation
Onawumi, A.S.,Oluleye, O.E.,Adebiyi, K.A.
International Journal of Emerging Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: The effect of inflation has become a persistent characteristic and more significant problem of many developing economies especially in the third world countries. While making effort to achieve optimal quantity of product to be produced or purchased using the simplest and on the shelf classical EOQ model, the non-inclusion of conflicting economic realities as shortage, price break and inflation has rendered its result quite uneconomical and hence the purpose for this study. Mathematical expression was developed for each of the cost components the sum of which become the total inventory model over the period (0, L) (TIC(0, L)). Significant savings with increase in quantity was achieved based on deference in the varying price regime. With the assumptions considered and subject to the availability of reliable inventory cost element, the developed model is found to produce a feasible, and economic inventory stock-level with the numerical example of a material supply of a manufacturing company in Nigeria.
Ter nagedachtenis aan mijn vriend Theo van der Merwe
K.A. Bril
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 2006, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v71i1.226
Physicochemical Attributes of Nigerian Natural Honey from Honeybees (Apis mellifera adansonii) (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and its Shelf Life in Storage at Room Temperature
K.A. Fasasi
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Nigerian honey competes globally in the world honey market. The physicochemical parameters of honey samples sourced from colonies of Apis mellifera adansonii were studied with the effect of storage-time over a period of two years. This was done by analyzing and evaluating eleven common physicochemical parameters including colour, moisture content, ash content, sugar content, acidity, pH value, hydroxymethylfurfural, diastase activity, nitrogen content, insoluble matter and viscosity of honey samples with the effect of storage-time on the physicochemical parameters using Association of Official Analytical Chemists methods. Most of the honey samples showed proper maturity considering the moisture content (17.9±2.0%). The total acidity (21.5±5.6 meq kg-1) indicated absence of undesirable fermentation after harvest and extraction. The Mean±SD pH value (3.9±0.2) of the honey samples was within acceptable standards of Economic European Community (EEC) and Codex. The ash content (0.4±0.2%) (0.2-0.6%) was slightly higher than 0-0.50% of EEC and Codex standards. The fructose and glucose mean values were 38.9±0.8% and 28.3±2.4%, respectively. The Mean±S.D value of hydroxymethylfurfural content (8.5±2.7 mg kg-1) was low, while the Mean±SD value of diastase activity was high depicting freshness. The evaluated physicochemical parameters of two years old honey samples exhibited no significant deviation (p>0.05) from that of the fresh samples. This study showed that natural honey if properly harvested, extracted hygienically, preserved and stored can maintain their stability relatively for at least two years at room temperature without undue interference.
Some proto-Malayic affixes
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1984,
In memoriam Johannes Cornelis Anceaux
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1989,
Body Mass and Conformation Traits in Four Breeds of Guinea Fowl
K.A. Kozaczynski
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 1998,
Abstract: The records for body mass at one day, one, four, twelve, sixteen, twenty, twenty four weeks of age and conformation traits (Shank length, shank diameter, keel length, breast angle) at four, twelve, sixteen, twenty, and twenty four weeks of age were collected from 114 guinea fowl. There were highly significant differences in body mass between breeds and a significant difference between sexes from 4 weeks of age up to 20 weeks of age. At 24 weeks of age the difference in body mass was significant for breeds but not significant for sex. All the conformation trait measurements were higher for males than for females. A steady increase in shank length, shank diameter and keel length was observed from the 4th to the 20th week of age in all the breeds and sexes. During the study greater average breast measurement angles were recorded for females than males.
Malay and Javanese loanwords in Malagasy, Tagalog and Siraya (Formosa)
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1994,
The relevance of Salako for Proto-Malayic and for Old Malay epigraphy
K.A. Adelaar
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1992,
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