Artículos de revistas
Applying MILP/Heuristic algorithms to automated job-shop scheduling problems in aircraft-part manufacturing
Aguirre, Adrian Marcelo; Mendez, Carlos Alberto; García Sanchez, Alvaro; Ortega Mier, Miguel; Applying MILP/Heuristic algorithms to automated job-shop scheduling problems in aircraft-part manufacturing; Universidad Nacional de Santa Catarina; Iberoamerican Journal of Industrial Engineering; 5; 10; 12-2013; 26-41
Aguirre, Adrian Marcelo
Mendez, Carlos Alberto
García Sanchez, Alvaro
Ortega Mier, Miguel
This work presents efficient algorithms based on Mixed-Integer Linear Programming (MILP) and heuristic strategies for complex job-shop scheduling problems raised in Automated Manufacturing Systems. The aim of this work is to find alternative a solution approach of production and transportation operations in a multi-product multi-stage production system that can be used to solve industrial-scale problems with a reasonable computational effort. The MILP model developed must take into account; heterogeneous recipes, single unit per stage, possible recycle flows, sequence-dependent free transferring times and load transfer movements in a single automated material-handling device. In addition, heuristic-based strategies are proposed to iteratively find and improve the solutions generated over time. These approaches were tested in different real-world problems arising in the surface-treatment process of metal components in the aircraft manufacturing industry.