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Analysis: EFFECTIVENESS

Provides loss diagrams, averaged over a period of time, showing the resulting Solitair, OEE, OOE and TEEP.

The EFFECTIVENESS chart is a static analysis. It aggregates a series of shiftdata into

  1. Loss-cascade-Bar
  2. Pie chart

Effectiveness as LOSS CASCADE BAR

The OEE Loss Cascade Barchart displays the average values of the OEE, availability rate, performance rate and quality rate over the specified time period.

Note: The chart is similar to the OEE bar chart in the OEE calculation screen (but in this case, based on more than one shift). In addition, the selected color scheme is always identical in order to facilitate recognition.

ElementFunction
(1) Overall chartShows clearly the biggest loss. (see next table)
(2) Data-FilterWhat data will be shown?
(3) KPIA radiobutton allows to switch between the display of Solitair ((A-LineRestraints) x P x Q) OEE (A x P x Q) OOE (Scheduled x A x P x Q) TEEP (Utilized x Scheduled x A x P x Q).
(4)Pie or Loss Cascade Bar?
(5)Show Subcategories: When sub-categories are defined for activities, those wil be shown separately Validate Data: Check for inconsistencies in base-data
(6)Unvalidated: Data have not been validated before processing Validated: Data have been validated en found to be correct Based on incorrect data in data-entry screen: Graph has been generated yet is not fully reliable. Data errors have to be corrected first.

In the chart you see:

ElementFunction
(1) Overall chartShows loss-cascade from all shifttime until actual good output.
(1) AvailabilityDisplays the time the machine had output versus the time it had no-output.
(1) FailureLost time due to (F)ailures: Machine suffers breakdowns
(1) IdleLost time due to organisational (W)aiting Time
(1) Line RestraintLost time due to (L)ine Restraints: Logistic problems in Line: No input or no output possible (buffer full)
(1) PerformanceDisplays the actual speed versus the theoretical maximum speed
(1) Reduced SpeedDisplays losses due to reduced production speed. These occur when the actual set speed of the machine is lower than the Theoretical Maximum speed for the produced product.
(1) Minor StopsDisplays losses due to minor stoppages. This is the difference between the expected output at the set speed versus the theoretical maximum speed
(1) QualityThe actually produced GOOD product versus the total produced output
(1) ScrapDisplays losses due to scrap (S).
(1) Sub-spec (not shown in this bar)Displays losses due to sub-spec (SS).
(1) Rework (not shown in Pie)Displays losses due to rework (R).

TEEP Loss Cascade Bar

Selecting TEEP as KPI shows two extra bars:

  • TEEP time: 24/7

OOE time: Shift-time including [U]nscheduled time

BarShows
Total Shift-Time Versus 24/7 timeShows the total time within the selected time-range as 100%. This is the total time within a date range. Within this time we see the total shift-time and the total not-scheduled time..
Scheduled and un-scheduledTotal scheduled shift-time (as registered in the total shift-duration for each OEE calculation) plus un-scheduled time (registered as [U]) Scheduled time includes [P], [W], [F],[L]

Effectiveness as PIE chart

ElementFunction
(1) Overall chartShows clearly the biggest loss. (see next table)
(2) Data-FilterWhat data will be shown?
(3) KPIA radiobutton allows to switch between the display of Solitair ((A-LineRestraints) x P x Q) OEE (A x P x Q) OOE (Scheduled x A x P x Q) TEEP (Utilized x Scheduled x A x P x Q).
(4)Pie or Loss Cascade Bar?
(5)When Pie selected: How show pie-elements be sorted?
(6)Show Sub-categories: When Activity-Groups have been defined they can be shown here Validated Data: Should we validate data before processing?
(7)Unvalidated: Data have not been validated before processing Validated: Data have been validated en found to be correct Based on incorrect data in data-entry screen: Graph has been generated yet is not be fully reliaible. Data errors have to be corrected first.

In the chart you see:

ElementFunction
(1) Overall chartShows clearly the biggest loss.
(1) OEEDisplays the OEE value for the selected time period.
(1) FailureDisplays losses due to failures (F).
(1) WaitingDisplays losses due to Idle time (W).
(1) SpeedDisplays losses due to reduced production speed. These occur when the actual set speed of the machine is lower than the Standard speed for that specific product.
(1) Minor StopsDisplays losses due to minor stoppages.
(1) ScrapDisplays losses due to scrap (S).
(1) Sub-spec (not shown in Pie)Displays losses due to sub-spec (SS).
(1) Rework (not shown in Pie)Displays losses due to rework (R).
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