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Hi,

I have a Scenario in MQC as below. Pls suggest how to do this.

Process is Blending

FG-Blended Antigen

SFG-Bulk Antigen

While Blending the SFG Bulk antigen, I have to take certain % free PRP Impurities do no exceed above 5 %

I have kept this % free Impurities as a Characteristics and maintained in the class 023. this class is maintained in the SFG material.

FG: Batch Size 11880 ML

SFG -4 batches

FG cummulative result for the impurity should show as 3.11. if cumulative of all batch is more than 5% user will change the batch allocated in batch determination.

I tried achieve this though MQC, but not having this cummulative value calculated any where....

Experts pls suggest if any options

BR

Subbu.

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2014 at 05:10 PM

    Subbu,

    Material quantity calculation is basically used to calculate the variable component quantities based on any Batch characteristics.

    But in your scenario you have Batch characteristic as % free impurities for which you are trying to calculate the cumulative % Free PRP,So Cumulative % Free PRP should be shown up in process order component overview so that it value can be calculated based on SFG 4 batches quantities and % Free PRP.

    I suggest create a dummy material for cumulative weighted% free PRP and Assign same material with minimum value in BOM and Test the scenario again.

    BR
    KK

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    • Subbu,

      As I said earlier unless you have % Impurity which you want to have less than 5% should be assigned as dummy component in FG BoM along with SFG with least minimum value so that when you create a order in component you can see % Impurity for which you can calculate based on MQC Formulae and otherwise you can directly assign the % impurity in order itself.

      Try this way and See how it works.

      BR
      KK

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