# 15.7 Scenarios and Exercises

## Course section 15.7: Subsections and their intended learning outcomes

• ##### 15.7.1 Exercise: Load-Oriented Order Release (Loor)

Intended learning outcomes: Explain the Loor algorithm with given data for a scheduling problem, considering anticipation, loading percentage, and conversion factor.

• ##### 15.7.2 Exercise: Corma — Capacity-Oriented Materials Management

Intended learning outcomes: Describe results of applying the capacity-oriented materials management (Corma) principle in order release.

• ##### 5.7.3 Scenario: Finite Forward Scheduling

Intended learning outcomes: Perform finite forward scheduling for eight products manufactured on three machines by using a Gantt-type chart.

• ##### 15.7.4 Scenario: Order Picking

Intended learning outcomes: Differentiate between the main characteristics of several picking strategies, by listing the advantages and disadvantages of each, and deriving possible fields of application.

• ##### 15.7 Scenarios and Exercises

Intended learning outcomes: Calculate examples for load-oriented order release (Loor) and for finite forward scheduling. Assess characteristics of capacity-oriented materials management (Corma) and of order Picking.

## Course 15: Sections and their intended learning outcomes

• ##### Course 15 – Order Release and Control

Intended learning outcomes: Differentiate various techniques for order release. Explain in detail shop floor control. Present methods and techniques used for order monitoring and shop floor data collection. Describe distribution control.

• ##### 15.1 Order Release

Intended learning outcomes: Describe order proposals for production and procurement as well as order release. Explain load-oriented order release (Loor) and capacity-oriented materials management (Corma).

• ##### 15.2 Shop Floor Control — Production Activity Control (PAC) — Manufacturing Execution System (MES)

Intended learning outcomes: Describe the issuance of accompanying documents for production. Explain operations scheduling, dispatching, and finite forward scheduling. Present sequencing methods.

• ##### 15.3 Order Monitoring and Shop Floor Data Collection

Intended learning outcomes: Describe recording issues of goods from stock and completed operations. Produce an overview on progress checking, quality control, report of order termination, and automatic and rough-cut data collection.

• ##### 15.4 Distribution Control

Intended learning outcomes: Explain order picking, packaging, load building, and transportation to receiver.

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• ##### 15.7 Scenarios and Exercises

Intended learning outcomes: Calculate examples for load-oriented order release (Loor) and for finite forward scheduling. Assess characteristics of capacity-oriented materials management (Corma) and of order Picking.

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