A repairable item inventory model
McNall, Phillip Freeman
Hatchett, John Wayne
Zehna, Peter W.
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The purpose of this thesis is to structure a model for an inventory system carrying items that are issued to fill customer demands, are repaired by the system after use, wearout, or failure and then are subsequently reissued. This system is called a repairable item inventory system. Since all used items are not economically repairable, new items must be procured from time to time to maintain the system. The deterministic model adopted treats the repair and procurement problems simultaneously and develops inventory decision rules for repairable items.
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Hatchett, John Wayne. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1966-11); Technical Report / Research Paper No. 71A model is defined to account for an inventory system which carries items that are subject to repair after use, wearout or failure and then reissued. Such a system is called a repairable item inventory system and, important ...
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