A Hybrid Optimization Approach for Sustainable Process Planning and Scheduling
Process planning and scheduling are important stages in manufacturing, and good strategies can significantly improve the energy performance of manufacturing to achieve sustainability. In this paper, an innovative optimization approach has been developed to facilitate sustainable process planning and scheduling. In the approach, honeybee mating and annealing processes are simulated to optimize multi-objectives including energy consumption, makespan, and the balanced machine utilization. Experiments on practical cases show that the optimization results from this approach are promising in comparison with those from a genetic algorithm, a honeybee mating optimization algorithm, ant colony optimization, and a simulated annealing algorithm, respectively.
KeywordsHoneybee mating optimization Simulated annealing Sustainable manufacturing Process planning Scheduling
This research was carried out as a part of the Smarter and CAPP-4-SMEs projects which are supported by the 7th European Community Framework Programme under the grant agreement No 610675 (PEOPLE-2013-IAPP-610675) and No 314024 (FP7-2012-NMP-ICT-FoF). The paper reflects only the authors’ views, and the Union is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
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