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Title: Diseño de cadenas de abastecimiento no jerárquicas con métodos de solución multi-objetivo bajo principios de sostenibilidad y riesgo
Authors: Sotelo Cortés, Laura Andrea
Keywords: Cadena de abastecimiento
Control de la producción
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Escuela Colombiana de Ingeniería Julio Garavito
Abstract: The objective of this document is to determine the optimum design for a supply chain of three links according to economic, environmental and risk considerations. A model of mixed whole programming is proposed; the model simultaneously seeks: 1. To minimize the total cost of transportation and use of intermediate nodes. 2. To minimize the risk of product losses in transport. 3. To minimize the environmental impact of CO2 emissions on each of the connections and nodes. The model considers transport decisions between the links of the supply chain, in order that the demand is satisfied and the quantity, which must be recovered and re-injected in the production process, is decided. The model is solved using an exact method and simulation-based optimization methods that allow obtaining different solutions in such a way that the user will be able to choose according to his priorities. Experiments in random instances demonstrate that the objectives studied are opposed and that the problem is of interest to industry and academia.
URI: http://escuelaing-intra.metabiblioteca.org/cgi-bin/koha/catalogue/detail.pl?biblionumber=20814
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