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A collaborative model planning to coordinate mining and smelting furnace

Abstract : In this paper, we are interested in the tactical planning problem of mines and smelting furnace. The problem concerns a set of mines with one smelting furnace. We are faced to a multi-actor’s context for which a global optimization is not possible due to the independence of the services. This problem is solved using a set of local optimization model of mines bloc extraction and a model of smelting furnace. This paper begin with the state of the art related to the principal problems in mining process. It justifies the novelty of our work. Indeed, this paper aims to discuss on the impact of sharing information between downstream processes and upstream processes. Consequently, after the state of the art, the classical planning process using local optimization and the information sharing process are presented. In the following part, profits generated and related to different contexts: value-creation and approach are compared. At the end of the paper, conclusion and future extensions are presented.
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Fenemedre Qaeze, Romain Guillaume, Caroline Thierry. A collaborative model planning to coordinate mining and smelting furnace. 16th IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises : Risks and Resilience of Collaborative Networks (PRO-VE 2015), Oct 2015, Albi, France. pp. 557-565. ⟨hal-01303831⟩



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