A Mathematical Model for Handling in a Warehouse by E. Kay, R Brown, G. Chandler and W. A. Davis (Auth.)

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At the start of the second period %K units are received and go into the free locations. The IK issues, however, are taken from the further half of the store as they are older. At the start of the third period, the %K incoming stock units go into the locations vacated by issues during the second period, and issues during the third period are the receipts at the start of the second period. 7. 1) ά¥1¥0 = ^{2-μ)Κ if the cells are cubical. 40 HANDLING IN A WAREHOUSE The statements about non-cubical cells and handling functions in Chapters 4 and 5 above are valid in this case provided one substitutes (2 — μ)Κ for K in all expressions.

15. Thus there is some evidence that a warehouse with true sequential picking will require more handling effort than the hybrid arrangement, though, of course, we cannot at this stage show that this is true in all cases. We have, however, shown that in each particular case the necessary calculations on which to base a choice between parallel, sequential and hybrid picking can be made. 16. During the above discussion we have assumed that all varieties are stored together, as per Method 2 of Chapter 4.

3. A warehouse structure is usually a rectangular box. Though architects, rather surprisingly, are reluctant to accept mathematical cost formulae, for the purpose of this investigation an approach to construct such a formula must be made on the best evidence available. 4. It appears that the building cost for a box-like warehouse can be subdivided into two main items —one dependent on the floor area, the second on the wall area required. Cost of floors per square unit depends again on the loadbearing requirements, floor coverings, etc.

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