Continuity Tester - is an item of electrical test equipment used to determine if an electrical path can be established between two points; that is if an electrical circuit can be made. 13. Category 5e/6 Cable - is a twisted pair cable for carrying signals/ is a standardized cable for Gigabit Ethernet and other network physical layers that is backward compatible with the
Name: Lab Partner: Course: AP Physics Instructor: Period: 3 AP Lab #17 - Electromagnetism Purpose: Part A: Predict and determine the direction of the magnetic field created by a straight current carrying wire. Part B: Predict and determine the direction of the magnetic field created about a current carrying coil. Part C: Predict and determine the direction of the electromagnetic force on a current carrying conductor. Part D: Induce a voltage across the ends of a coil with a magnet and predict and determine how the number of loops in the coil, the speed of the magnet's motion and the strength of the magnetic field affect the induced voltage. Materials: 6 V battery, digital multimeter, two physics texts, ring stand, beaker, two bar magnets, magnetic compass, fine insulted wire, length of 12-gauge copper wire, and connecting wires with alligator clips, knife switch.
Materials In the Materials section of your Lab Report, list the materials (everything) necessary to get this lab done. C. Procedure The Procedure section of your Lab Report lists instructions or directions needed to accomplish the lab. They are already listed on the paper and do not need to be repeated. D. Data In the Data section of your Lab Report, you will be recording “just the facts” you’ve observed in your experiment. Data may include tabulated numbers, graphs, and short explanations of observations.
-Initially the problem was supposed to be the under-performance of vendors who didn’t commit themselves to the process. The problem was supposed to be the order fulfilling rate of Foster but later on it was revealed that Avion was the root cause of problems. The Materials department had given Foster orders for only 2500 units and the lead time was supposed to be 14 days. But later on, as seen in the case, the Production Department needed the supply in 10 days. Moreover, the Marketing Department had to cater to a demand of 4000 whereas the order was for 2500 only.
Thirdly, there is uneven distribution of workload amongst underwriters. The rating and policy writing departments may be overstaffed. The incentive system may not be the best as it is giving rise to a lot of backlogs and uneven prioritization among different types of tasks. Besides, it also violates the FIFO policy implemented by the company. Some of the data used by the company to estimate TATs and Throughputs is outdated as it has been taken from 1986, whereas it was mentioned in the case that there were significant process improvements between 1986 and 1991.
But then there was problems as the training lasted nine months instead three months required period. The reason was that the trainer delegated to carry out the training has no knowledge of how to carry out the training and this caused lots of misunderstanding between trainer and the author as trainer takes it personal whenever the author ask a question on any issue the author does not understand. The author’s compliant to the line manager and HR department was not taking seriously. In addition the training manuals were not up to date as things has changed. The training was on the use of the microscope for defect detection on products, machine calibration, environmental particle measurement and final inspection of finished products and shipping.
After reading and reviewing the Arctic Mining Consultants case, we have come to the conclusion that they were not as efficient as possible. They did not work up to their full potential and we believe this might be due to the situation itself. The situation that these workers were under was not the most favorable. They were under time constraints in the fact that the goal was to complete 15 claims in seven days. There were four workers (Parker, Millar, Boyce, and Talbot) so this meant that each worker was to complete a little over seven lengths each day.
Marketing Department : The Marketing Department knew that the demand was over 4000.As such, they should have informed the materials department regarding the demand andshould have proceeded accordingly.4. Forecasting : The demand forecasting was highly erroneous and had very little accuracy.Q2. What initially appears to be the problem? What really is the problem in this case?Answer: Initially the problem was supposed to be the under-performance of vendors who didn’tcommit themselves to the process. The problem was supposed to be the order fulfilling rate of Foster but later on it was revealed that Avion was the root cause of problems.
It imperative then, to be able to identify what we don’t know so we can fill the gaps or even take advantage of opportunities that are afforded us. What about incompetents? Where do they fit into the risk-based model for goal-setting? They (especially since I work with some of the brightest people in the world) have puzzled me for years since to me they stand out like sore thumbs. But they do not seem to know who they are?