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Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System
Published by Universitas Brawijaya
ISSN : 23383925     EISSN : 24776025     DOI : -
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Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System is a peer reviewed journal. The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of industrial and system engineering research, covering theoretical modeling, inventory, logistics, optimizations methods, artificial intelligence, bioscience industry and their applications, etc.
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STRATEGIES OF MAINTENANCE MODEL FOR EXERCISE BOOK MANUFACTURING MACHINE ON PAPER INDUSTRY BY IMPLEMENTING MONTE CARLO SIMULATION APPROACH Astuti, Fina Andika Frida; Sugiono, Sugiono; Choiron, Moch Agus
Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Badan Penerbit Jurnal, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Brawijaya

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PT. XYZ is one of many paper manufacturing companies in East Java which produces Exercise Book. The company implements corrective engine maintenance system where new components replacement is done when the engine is damaged. This treatment system resulted in frequent engine sudden stopping. With so many breakdown frequencies resulting from the fact that the engine stops abruptly, the broken raw materials increases in number and causes losses for the company. To overcome that problem we need appropriate treatment strategies to minimize the frequency of breakdown. Another aim is to minimize downtime and maintenance costs incurred because of engine maintenance activity. There are 3 maintenance scenarios implemented to solve such problem, i.e. scenario based on the existing condition of the company, scenario of component replacement in accordance with Mean Time to Failure (MTTF) value, and scenario of component replacement when the reliability of the component has reached 70%. From those three scenarios we will manually carry out an interval maintenance planning and Monte Carlo simulation. The result of data processing shows that in order to minimize the number of Exercise Book engine breakdown we can apply the 3rd scenario namely the replacement of component when the reliability of component has reached 70%. To minimize the amount of downtime and maintenance costs appropriately we shall use scenario 2, namely the replacement of component based on the Mean Time To Failure (MTTF) value.  
HOW HALAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IMPACT THE LOCATION ROUTING PROBLEM Dewi, Oki Anita Candra; Trihardani, Luki
Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
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Halal products become more popular in the world market today that increase the demand of other halal services especially in halal distribution system. These services are designed not only for profitability but its ability to serve customers to maintain the integrity of their halal products. The important decision of designing halal distribution system is determining the location of facilities. In this paper, a halal and non-halal demand constrains with vehicle flow formulation of an uncapacitated location routing model is presented. Halal and non-halal goods are not mixed on a same transportation vehicle. Its a clear difference in transportation of halal and non-halal goods. A location routing problem used to minimize total cost simultaneously. A heuristic algorithm is developed to solve minimum cost considering halal aspect. This paper conduct some numerical experiments to show the behavior of this algorithm.
DETERMINATION OF PART SPECIFICATION AND CRITICAL PAR FOR FOOD PACKAGE IMPROVEMENT AT MSME AE JAYA BATU BY USING QFD METHOD Wulandari, Rika Amartha; Hadi, Yuswono
Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
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MSME AE Jaya is a food industrial company which produces Bakpia. It is located in Jalan Samadi Batu City. Recently, AE Jaya markets its products in Batu and Malang city. During its marketing, it faces some difficulties and problems in selling the products. Such as it is not accepted in a particular supermarket or even in a souvenir shop. It is because the standard packaging of its bakpia is not fulfilled yet. Not only that, it is also because the packaging is less interesting and less hygienic. Due to this condition, therefore a research is needed. The research aims to identify consumers’ attributes, technical requirement attributes and critical part attributes in bakpia’s packaging that produces by AE Jaya. Those aspects could be very helpful in identifying or knowing some information about an interesting packaging design and how to make a good packaging which is appropriate with consumers needs. The method used in this research is called Quality Function Deployment. The researcher used the first phase and the second phase of QFD. Based on the analysis that has been conducted, there are 8 consumers’ attributes, 10 technical requirement attributes and 9 critical part attributes.
RISK ANALYSIS BY COMBINING FAULT TREE ANALYSIS (FTA) AND ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS (AHP) METHOD APPLICABLE TO CANE CUTTER MACHINE Novareza, Oyong; Revadi, Chindy Elsanna; Efranto, Remba Yanuar
Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
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2000 times of downtime had been occurred during year 2013 to 2014 in Tjoekir sugar factory. The most serious downtime occurred in mill. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) was employed to analyze the probability score and implement Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to find out impact score of risk event. The results of FTA indicate that risk event in cane cutter blade had the highest probability score, while results of AHP shows that the decrease of steam pressure in turbine drive had the highest impact score. The scores classified in risk class and mapped in risk matrix show that there were three risk events. Tjoekir has to set a conveyor gate to filter canes before being received by the machine, use blades with the thickness not exceed 22 cm to avoid fatigue, and check harvested cane thoroughly that is loaded onto carriers to ensure no machete is accidently loaded with the cane.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF BRAN SUPPLIERS WITH ANP AND OMAX METHODS Yuniarti, Rahmi; Hamdala, Ihwan; Bagaskara, Rangga Damar
Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
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PT ASIMAS is an enterprise that cultivates and sells oyster mushrooms. One of the most crucial materials in the production of oyster mushrooms is bran. PT ASIMAS is currently facing several difficulties in performance evaluation of bran suppliers, such as no clear standards in the performance evaluation process of suppliers and late shipment of bran. The objectives of this research are to determine the proper criteria and subcriteria and provide improvement recommendation for the enterprise and bran suppliers. This research determines the weights of criteria and subcriteria with the Analytic Network Process (ANP). After that, the performance of bran suppliers is assessed through Scoring System with Objective Matrix (OMAX). The next step is evaluate the performance of suppliers with Traffic Light System. This research eventually resulted in 8 criteria and 14 subcriteria. The results of performance evaluation are as follows: Mr. Hariadi (4.9699), Mr. H. Zainal (4.3622), and Mr. Nur (4.0869). This research result also provides 14 improvement recommendations: 7 for the enterprise and 7 for bran suppliers.
THE ANALYSIS OF SUPPLY CHAIN RISK ON READY TO DRINK (RTD) PRODUCT USING HOUSE OF RISK METHOD Nugraheni, Silvya Ratri; Yuniarti, Rahmi; Sari, Ratih Ardia
Journal of Engineering and Management in Industrial System Vol 5, No 1 (2017)
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PT SGB is one of the companies that produce Ready To Drink (RTD) beverage as its product and its demand have increased every each year. The company’s supply chain process must be complex, it starts from materials order from supplier, materials storage management in warehouse, producting the beverage itself, finished good storing in the back-off factory then delivering to customers. All those processes belong to company’s supply chain stream and it is mapped as the element of Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR). From that complex processes, there were found supply chain risk as the problem. Risks that found in supply chain flow should be solved based on risk priority order. The method that used for analizing the risk is House of Risk (HOR), consist of two phases. The objective of the first phase of HOR is knowing the risk priority that should be mitigated based on the Aggregate Risk Potential (ARP) score, and the objective of the second phase of HOR are generating some preventive strategies and choosing the most effective strategy that suitable to be implemented in the company. Meanwhile, the Pareto chart is used to determine the choosen priority risk to be mitigated. There are 63 identified risk events based on SCOR elements, 43 identified risk agents, and 15 recommended preventive strategies according to the most effective sequence of strategies that applied in the company.

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