The proposed comprehensive distribution system for the LO-MIS rotatable pool assets
Christopher, Donald Dominic
Hoik, Frederick Arthur, Jr.
Tempel, Billie Leon
Vtipil, Donald Sheridan
Hynes, James P.
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A repairable item distribution system for the LO-MIX Program is developed in this thesis. The system is complete with recommended inventory locations, connecting transportation, and a method for monitoring the location and condition of the assets. In addition, a simulation model for the system is presented in flowchart format for future computer programming. This model is designed to provide an aid to system operating policy development and to allow testing of these policies prior to implementation. Transportation data for use by the model and in system planning is generated. This data is presented in distributions of the times experienced by air and truck shipments over the transportation legs of interest. The data is considered essential to system planning and policy testing.
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