I am running my model for 39 days. In which model is running all three shifts with 6 days working. As default it starts from 5th Jan 2015 (Monday) to 13th Feb 2015. In that total 5 sundays come. So statistics must indicate 5/39 = 12.82% but it is showing 13.51% (5.26 days).
Please help me to understand from where it is adding the extra 0.69%.
Following table indicates the shift timming.
|Shift Name||Shift Timing||Shift Working Days||Breaks|
|Day Shift||6:30||15:10||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||N||6:30-6:35; 9:00-9:08; 11:30-12:00; 13:30-13:37; 15:05-15:10|
|Afternoon Shift||15:10||23:50||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||N||15:10-15:15; 18:00-18:08; 19:45-20:15; 22:00-22:07; 23:45-23:50|
|Night Shift||23:50||6:30||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||N||23:50-23:55; 1:50-1:58; 3:50-4:15; 5:00-5:07; 6:25-6:30|
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Solved! Go to Solution.
You have to eliminate the starting time from 0 hours to 6.50 hours in the simulation, then you will get 12.82%. Statistics will consider the data from time 0 by default. To avoid that please enter the time from what time the statistics data to be considered in the event controller, statistics tab.
Go to Event controller > Statistics - 6:30:00
Event controller > End time - 39:06:30:00
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