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REM Planning table - Capacity requirements and Levelling.

Hi i have few queries in REM planning table.

In REM planning table MF50 my selection is based on entire plant. Here in total capacity data tab for any particular plant it will show the list of work centers which are maintained in particular plant to know the capacity details as per our requirement.

1.When i select any WC line and click on change capacity display from CRP it is giving break up with required and available capacity hours for any particular WC available time is assume 22.5 hrs per day which is given in operating time in capacity header in WC but in MF50 it is showing 23hrs.I have defined shift sequence in OP4A and assigned in capacity header grouping which have 3 shift with 30 mins break in each shift which results in 22.5 hrs working for a day so in shift sequence and operating time it is mentioned as 22.5 hrs is the time available for day but in MF50 it is showing 23 hrs available for day?

2.What is due% in MF50 total capacity data for any work center and how required time would be calculated?

Appreciate if any one has any example.



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    Posted on Jul 20, 2011 at 08:21 AM


    Required time is calculated based upon the value given in rate routing as well in Work center scheduling tab page based upon the formula we mention in execution segment.



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  • Posted on Apr 28, 2011 at 09:58 AM

    Hi bump for any suggestions?

    i have noticed one thing the time available is a round up value actual time available as per capacity header is 22.5 but in MF50 it is showing as 23..if i change to 21.5 then it is showing 22hrs available per day is this the standard behaviour?

    can anyone tell me how the required time is calculated?



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