Calculate the standard time for the job, Operation Management

An  industrial  engineer  has obtained the  following data  in connection  with a  time  study on  the lines  of the Hawthorne  studies  taking  four different  elements  and five  cycle  of the job.

 

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1.  Calculate the  normal  time for  the job  based  on the above  data.

2.  Calculate  the standard  time for  the job  if the  permissible  allowance  is 25% of the  normal time

Solution

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Normal time is  calculated as follow

 Normal  time for  the total  job which  include all the  four  element= 7.205 minutes

                                                   Normal  time = normal  time +Allowance

                                                  = 7.205+25/100X7.205

                                                  = 7.205+1.801= 9.006 minutes

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