MUDA MURA AND MURI ANALYSIS
Dhiraj Ganesh Shedge,  Siddhant Sunil Kadam,  Mohammad Shoyaib Hasan Mulani,  Aishwarya Anil Bhosale
This study paper portrays the Toyota development system's removal of three Lean enemies: Muda (waste), Muri (overburden), and Mura (overproduction) (unevenness). Muda or waste, is a direct constraint to flow which can be classified into seven categories, defined by Toyota. That are: Defects, Increased production, Idle, Unused Talent, Transportation, Inventory levels, Motion, and Excess is amongst these. Unevenness, or MURA, can be found in changing customer demands, product process times, or cycle times for different operators. In idle production ecosystem, flexibility is more crucial in low-volume, high-product-variation conditions than in high-volume, low-variation environments. Mura and removing too much Muda (waste) from the process which leads to MURI, or overburden. Operators or machines are overloaded when they are used to complete a task at a greater pace than 100%.
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Dhiraj Ganesh Shedge,  Siddhant Sunil Kadam,  Mohammad Shoyaib Hasan Mulani,  Aishwarya Anil Bhosale,   "MUDA MURA AND MURI ANALYSIS"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.10, Issue 2, pp.84-91, May 2022, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2202014.pdf