A hybrid metaheuristic algorithm for a profit-oriented and energy-efficient disassembly sequencing problem
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Syst & Ind Engn
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CitationLu, Q., Ren, Y., Jin, H., Meng, L., Li, L., Zhang, C., & Sutherland, J. W. (2020). A hybrid metaheuristic algorithm for a profit-oriented and energy-efficient disassembly sequencing problem. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 61, 101828.
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AbstractValue recovery from end-of-life products plays a key role in sustainability and circular economy, which starts with disassembly of products into components for reuse, remanufacturing, or recycling. As the process is often complex, a disassembly sequencing problem (DSP) studies how to optimally disassemble products considering the physical constraints between subassemblies/disassembly tasks for maximum profit. With a growing attention on energy conservation, this paper addresses a profit-oriented and energy-efficient DSP (PEDSP), whereby not only the profit is maximized, but also energy consumption is accounted as an important decision criterion. In this work, a disassembly AND/OR graph (DAOG) is used to model a disassembly diagram for a product, in which the 'AND' and 'OR' relations illustrate precedence relationships between subassemblies. Based on the DAOG, we propose a hybrid multi-objective metaheuristic that integrates an artificial bee colony algorithm, a non-dominated sorting procedure, and a variable neighborhood search approach to solve the PEDSP for Pareto solutions. The proposed method is applied to real-world cases (i.e., a simple ballpoint pen and a relatively complex radio) and compared with other multi-objective algorithms. The results indicate that our method can quickly produce a Pareto front that outperforms the alternative approaches.
Note24 month embargo; published online: 3 July 2019
VersionFinal accepted manuscript
SponsorsFunds for National Natural Science Foundation of ChinaNational Natural Science Foundation of China ; International Cooperation and Exchange of the National Natural Science Foundation of ChinaNational Natural Science Foundation of China ; U.S. National Science FoundationNational Science Foundation (NSF) ; China Scholarship CouncilChina Scholarship Council