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In this video, Lindsey Shepard will walk you through the OEE calculation itself and how you can utilize it to help improve your process.
The basis of the OEE calculation is as simple as it is brilliant. It assumes a theoretical maximum capacity on the one hand and the actual output on the other. The OEE calculation maps out the loss landscape clearly in a way that everyone can understand.
The OEE calculation poses these 3 questions:
Is the machine operating or not? (Availability)
How fast is the machine running: (Performance)
How many products met the specifications? (quality)
We start this calculation with Availability.
If the machine is producing the product while it was available to the production-team we know it was running. The ‘availability rate’ indicates the relationship between the time that the machine could theoretically have been in operation and the time that there was actual output.
For example: If the machine delivers 360 minutes of output regardless of speed and quality during an 8-hour shift which is 480 minutes, then the availability rate is 360/480= 75%. In other words, 25% of the available time is “lost”.
OEE now asks the second question of Performance
Say that the machine is designed to produce 10 pieces a minute, in which case you would expect to have 3,600 pieces after 360 minutes. Of course, this is only possible if the machine ‘performs’ while it is running, at 100% speed. The performance rate determines whether this is true:
In the performance rate, ‘theoretical output’ is the output that the machine could have made in theory if the machine had operated at maximum speed during the time that it actually operated.
For example, the machine operates 360 minutes and production speed is 10 pieces per minute. The theoretical output is 360 x10 or 3600 pieces.
Actual output which includes both good AND rejected pieces though is only 2880 pieces. So performance is 2880/3600 or 80%.
So when we know how long the machine ran and how fast it ran, the next question is Quality.
Once we have measured the time and speed losses, we focus our attention on the quality of the products that are being made.
The relationship between the number of units produced and the number of the units produced that meet the specification is called the ‘quality rate’.
For example, we know that during the production time, 2880 pieces were produced, but 144 of those pieces were rejected giving us a total of 2736 good pieces. To calculate the quality rate, we take 2736 divided by 2880 which equals 95%.
The OEE is calculated by multiplying the availability rate, by the performance rate, by the quality rate.
Availability rate is b divided by A 360 minutes divided by 480 minutes which equal 75%.
Performance rate is d divided c or 2880 pieces divided by 3600 or 80%.
Quality rate is f divided by e or 2736 units divided by 2880 units or 95%.
So the OEE is 75% times 80% times 95% which gives us 57%.
So in this example, your machine is running at 57% Overall Equipment Effectiveness. You can take this information and begin to look at options for improving availability, performance or quality and see how small changes can make a big difference in your machine’s OEE.
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Adriene and Jacob teach you all about markets. So, in free market(ish) economies like the United States and most of the world, markets are a big deal. Markets work to produce the stuff that consumers want, and that society needs. Today we'll talk about productive and allocative efficiency, skinny jeans, price signals, and more in this information-dense installment of Crash Course.
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CrashCourse

To access a comprehensive array of complete multimedia lessons visit http://www.newpathlearning.com
-Work, Power & Simple Machines http://newpathlive.com/1b7
--What Is Work?
---Definition of Work http://newpathlive.com/1b9
---Work and Motion http://newpathlive.com/1ba
---Work and Direction http://newpathlive.com/1bb
---Calculating Work http://newpathlive.com/1bc
---A Joule Is a Unit of Work http://newpathlive.com/1bd
--Pause and Interact
---Review http://newpathlive.com/1bf
--Power
---Work and Power http://newpathlive.com/1bh
---Definition of Power http://newpathlive.com/1bi
---Calculating Power http://newpathlive.com/1bj
---Power Example http://newpathlive.com/1bk
---A Watt Is a Unit of Power http://newpathlive.com/1bl
--Pause and Interact
---Review http://newpathlive.com/1bn
--Machines and Work
---What Is a Machine? http://newpathlive.com/1bp
---Input and Output Forces and Work http://newpathlive.com/1bq
---Calculating Work Input and Output http://newpathlive.com/1br
---How Machines Make Work Easier http://newpathlive.com/1bs
---Decreasing Input Force http://newpathlive.com/1bt
---Increasing the Input Force http://newpathlive.com/1bu
---Changing the Direction of the Force http://newpathlive.com/1bv
--Pause and Interact
---Review http://newpathlive.com/1bx
--Mechanical Advantage and Efficiency
---Mechanical Advantage http://newpathlive.com/1bz
---Calculating Mechanical Advantage http://newpathlive.com/1c0
---Efficiency of Machines http://newpathlive.com/1c1
---Calculating Mechanical Efficiency http://newpathlive.com/1c2
--Pause and Interact
---Review http://newpathlive.com/1c4
--Types of Simple Machines
---Types of Simple Machines http://newpathlive.com/1c6
---Inclined Plane http://newpathlive.com/1c7
---Wedge http://newpathlive.com/1c8
---Screw http://newpathlive.com/1c9
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---Wheel and Axle http://newpathlive.com/1cc
---Pulley http://newpathlive.com/1cd
---Types of Pulleys http://newpathlive.com/1ce
--Pause and Interact
---Review: Pulley Types http://newpathlive.com/1cg
---Review: Mechanical Advantage http://newpathlive.com/1ch
---Simple Machines http://newpathlive.com/1ci
--Simple Machines in the Body
---Simple Machines in the Body http://newpathlive.com/1ck
--Compound Machines
---Compound Machines http://newpathlive.com/1cm
--Vocabulary Review
---Vocabulary Matching Review http://newpathlive.com/1co
--Virtual Investigation
---Exploring Pulleys http://newpathlive.com/1cq
--Assessment
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NewPathLearning

In this channel all information related to mechanical field i.e. theory , numerical problems and what ever you required related to mechanical.

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Junoon Classes

This physics video tutorial explains the basic concepts of kinetic energy, potential energy, work, and power. It provides an introduction into forms of stored energy such as gravitational potential energy and elastic potential energy of springs. This video contains plenty of examples,formulas / equations and practice problems.
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Here is a list of topics:
1. Kinetic Energy Physics Problems - Energy of Motion
2. Effect of Kinetic Energy - Double Mass or Triple Speed
3. Gravitational Potential Energy - Stored Energy - Mass, Gravitational Acceleration & Height
4. Conservation of Energy Physics Problems
5. Mechanical Energy, Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy Table Diagram
6. Work Energy Principle Theorem
7. Work, Force, and Displacement - Distance Formula / Equation
8. Work Done By a Constant Force
9. Work Done By a variable Force
10. Positive vs Negative Work Done By a Force
11. Work and Change in Kinetic Energy
12. Work Done on Satellite Around Earth
13. Work Done By Gravity, Net Force, and Upward Applied Force
14. Kinematics - Calculating Final Speed, Displacement, and Acceleration
15. Newton's Second Law - Net Force, Mass, Acceleration
16. Work Done By Friction
17. Hooke's Law - Restoring Force on a Spring
18. Elastic Potential Energy of Springs
19. Positive and Negative - Force and Displacement Vectors
20. Conservative and Nonconservative Forces
21. Calculating Work Using a Force Displacement Graph
22. Average and Instantaneous Power Equation
23. Power, Work, and Time Formula
24. Power, Force, and Velocity Practice Problems
25. Increasing Kinetic Energy and Decreasing Potential Energy Situations
26. Units of Work - Joule, Newton Meter, and Kg m^2/s^2
27. Speeding Up / Slowing Down - Change In Kinetic Energy
28. Work Done By Normal Force
29. Cost of Electricity - Kwh Problem
30. Integration - Calculus - Work Done By Variable Force - Finding the Antiderivative / Indefinite Integral

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The Organic Chemistry Tutor

Spec links:
Define power as the rate of work done.
Define the watt.
Calculate power when solving problems.
State that the efficiency of a device is always less than 100% because of heat losses.
Select and apply the relationship for
efficiency = useful output energy × 100%
total input energy

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Tim Benson

In this video we calculate 3 phase induction motor load, as we know we need to run 3 phase motor, one starter, cable, circuit and all this component ratting in ampere so we should know how much current our motor will take
In this motor explain motor name plate and HP ratting of motor to ampere conversion by this we can know how much current will take our motor
In this video we explain with really simple method for more information just watch and learn
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Reverse forward starter power wiring connection
https://youtu.be/XayFWac5HFc
Manual reverse forward starter with limit switch
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Automatic reverse forward starter
https://youtu.be/GTH9HvGicVU
Automatic reverse forward motor starter connection
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3 phase rccb test on single phase supply practical
https://youtu.be/vGvHuYf7Is0
3 phase ammeter connection with selector switch
https://youtu.be/OZQrJ-rUfvQ
8 pin relay testing with multimeter
https://youtu.be/o8na9s7I7zs
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https://youtu.be/BPdCnSSBPZc
How to make dol starter with relay
https://youtu.be/w5032IVkDZ4
How to check ceiling fan common start run with series lamp
https://youtu.be/BEMZeqNUyzQ
ammeter connection with current transformer
https://youtu.be/_fyEXqqN5HE
Cooler motor testing with series test lamp
https://youtu.be/Xut_NkvxJS0
Street light timer setting
https://youtu.be/Acgza98Thbc
Air compressure power & control wiring practically
https://youtu.be/X_hyw-QaYfU
3 phase cable testing with megger
https://youtu.be/v0TsCtGh3nA
3 phase motor test with megger
https://youtu.be/84GUroyW4gQ
Dol starter control from different points
https://youtu.be/fizrl4P_mkg
How to make reverse forward motor starter
https://youtu.be/ONtD1fWTUdY
Manual reverse forward starter with limit switch
https://youtu.be/xMwI9E5wRlY
Automatic reverse forward starter
https://youtu.be/GTH9HvGicVU
Automatic reverse forward motor starter connection
https://youtu.be/1dqZCeygstw
Thanks for watching

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boergedyou

Hello friends is video me centrifugal pump ki bearing housing or shaft se kaise bearing ka number calculate karte dikhaya gya hai.. so plz must watch....Thanks
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The sixth graders use math and physics to calculate how such machines made work easier and the pharaohs built an empire.

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