Improving Energy Efficiency in Discrete Parts Manufacturing System Using an Ultra-Flexible Job Shop Scheduling Algorithm View Full Text


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2019-04

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Ning Liu, Y. F. Zhang, Wen Feng Lu

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Improving energy efficiency has been one of main objectives in modern manufacturing enterprises. Various approaches aiming at efficient energy management have been proposed/developed, among which minimizing energy consumption by energy-sensible production scheduling techniques has emerged as a promising one. However, reported workshop models are quite simple and unrealistic. This paper studies a more realistic workshop model called ultra-flexible job shop (uFJS). In an uFJS, the sequence among operations for a job can be changed within certain constraints. To formulate this energy-efficient scheduling problem, a mixed-integer linear programming model was developed. To deal with large-sized problems, a specially designed genetic algorithm (GA) was subsequently proposed and implemented. Numerical results showed the proposed GA worked with decent effectiveness and efficiency. Finally, several comparative studies are carried out to further demonstrate its efficacy in terms of energy efficiency improvement. The advantage of the uFJS as compared to other relative simple workshop models is also shown. By considering the flexibility in operation sequencing in each job, the uFJS effectively integrates process planning and scheduling in discrete parts manufacturing system, thus providing a much larger solution space for more energy-efficient solutions. It therefore provides an excellent platform for decision-makers when developing energy-efficient techniques and strategies More... »

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349-365

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