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Optimizing Production Schedule With Energy Consumption And Demand Charges In Parallel Machine Setting, Farnaz Ghazi Nezami, Mojtaba Heydar, Regina Berretta Dec 2017

Optimizing Production Schedule With Energy Consumption And Demand Charges In Parallel Machine Setting, Farnaz Ghazi Nezami, Mojtaba Heydar, Regina Berretta

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Presentations And Conference Materials

Environmental sustainability concerns, along with the growing need for electricity and associated costs, make energy-cost reduction an inevitable decision-making criterion in production scheduling. In this research, we study the problem of production scheduling on nonidentical parallel machines with machine-dependent processing times and known job release dates to minimize total completion time and energy costs. The energy costs in this study include demand and consumption charges. We present a mixed-integer nonlinear model to formulate the problem. The model is then linearized and its performance is tested through numerical experiments.


Split-Merge Model Of Workunit Replication In Distributed Computing, Alexander Rumyantsev, Srinivas R. Chakravarthy Aug 2017

Split-Merge Model Of Workunit Replication In Distributed Computing, Alexander Rumyantsev, Srinivas R. Chakravarthy

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Presentations And Conference Materials

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