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Using flow assessment to identify a scheduling problem with waste reduction concerns: a case study

Abstract : This paper proposes a first insight on how flow assessment can support the identification and modeling of waste-minimizing shop-floor scheduling problems. Using relevant elements from existing flow assessment methods, a four-step methodology is devised. After an overview of the different steps, a case study of hubcap manufacturing is conducted. The outcome of this case study is an identified scheduling problem with clearly defined constraints, objectives and parameters. The economic and environmental impacts are both quantified, and decision variables for problem solving are provided.
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Corentin Le Hesran, Anne-Laure Ladier, Valérie Laforest, Valerie Botta-Genoulaz. Using flow assessment to identify a scheduling problem with waste reduction concerns: a case study. 6th International EurOMA Sustainable Operations and Supply Chains Forum, Mar 2019, Göteborg, Sweden. ⟨hal-02147307⟩

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