OCE and OPCE

What does OCE mean?

 

The ratio created by edinn to measure Consumption Efficiency is called OCE (Overall Consumption Effectiveness).

OCE measures the consumption efficiency of all resources, including energy efficiency. It is defined as:

OCE = (Maximum Cost – Real Cost) / (Maximum Cost – Minimum Cost)

 

Meaning:

    • 50% OCE means that the process could double its consumption efficiency by producing the same but consuming half.
    • 100% OCE means that the process cannot consume less.

What does OPCE mean?

 

The ratio created by edinn to measure Total Efficiency is called OPCE (Overall Production and Consumption Effectiveness).

OPCE measures both the Productive and the Consumption efficiency. It is useful to analyze the 2 factors (OEE and OCE) in one sight. It is defined as:

OPCE = OEE * OCE

 

Meaning:

    • 50% OPCE means that the process could double its total efficiency by:
      • Producing the same but consuming half.
      • Consuming the same but doubling production.
      • A combination of the previous.
    • 100% OPCE means that the process can neither consume less nor produce more.
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