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Sanchita Sarkar, Tripti Tripti Chakrabarti,
Volume 24, Issue 4 (IJIEPR 2013)

In the fundamental production inventory model, in order to solve the economic production quantity (EPQ) we always fix both the demand quantity and the production quantity per day. But, in the real situation, both of them probably will have little disturbances every day. Therefore, we should fuzzify both of them to solve the economic production quantity (q*) per cycle. Using α-cut for defuzzification the total variable cost per unit time is derived. Therefore the problem is reduced to crisp annual costs. The multi-objective model is solved by Global Criteria Method with the help of GRG (Generalized Reduced Gradient) Technique. In this model shortages are permitted and fully backordered. The purpose of this paper is to investigate a computing schema for the EPQ in the fuzzy sense. We find that, after defuzzification, the total cost in fuzzy model is less than in the crisp model. So it permits better use of the EPQ model in the fuzzy sense arising with little disturbances in the production, and demand.
Sujata Saha, Tripti Chakrabarti,
Volume 32, Issue 3 (IJIEPR 2021)

This paper aims to frame a two-player supply chain model with a production system's reliability influenced products’ defection rate.  Upon generating and inspecting the products, the producer reworks the defectives and sells the perfect and reworked items to a retailer providing him free products' delivery. The retailer stores both types of commodities in the respective showrooms of finite capacities and keeps the excess conforming products in a leased warehouse. Eventually, the formulation of these two partners' profit functions performed, and a numerical illustration demonstrates this model's applicability.   Results shows, hiring a storehouse is profitable for the retailer and the deterioration of the production system’s reliability impacts adversely on the manufacturer's profit.

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