Quantitative layout analysis, Operation Management

Quantitative Layout Analysis

Once a layout is prepared, before accepting it should be evaluated quantitatively and compared with other alternative layouts to have a better layout.  There are various methods of evaluating a layout they are as follow:

  1. Travel Chart
  2. Load Distance Analysis Method
  3. Trial and Error Method
  4. Correlation Chart
  5. Systematic Layout Planning
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