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**An EOQ model with ramp type demand rate, time dependent deterioration rate, unit production cost and shortages.**
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Zbl 1090.90068

Summary: An order level inventory system for deteriorating items has been developed with demand rate as a ramp type function of time. The finite production rate is proportional to the demand rate and deterioration rate is time proportional. The unit production cost is inversely proportional to the demand rate. The model with no shortage case in inventory is first solved. The inventory shortage is discussed next. Results are illustrated with two numerical examples for two models along with its sensitivity.

### MSC:

90B30 | Production models |

### Keywords:

ramp type demand; time-dependent deterioration; unit production cost; with shortage; without shortage
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\textit{S. K. Manna} and \textit{K. S. Chaudhuri}, Eur. J. Oper. Res. 171, No. 2, 557--566 (2006; Zbl 1090.90068)

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