Anurag Tiwari,Vivek Kumar Singh,Praveen Kumar Shukla,Manuj Darbari,



MOO,QFD,Mobile Handsets,


The Blending problem is one of the oldest and best known optimization problems. It is generally formulated as a linear program and has been applied in many fields. However, the mixing problem encountered in the industry requires much more than direct linear programming formulation. Indeed, the classic blending model would almost always be impossible due to the problem of blending in the industry. Indeed, it is often not possible to combine the characteristics of the mixtures as desired, which leads decision makers to seek solutions as close as possible to specific solutions. In this article, we develop and solve a versatile optimization model for the problem of blending, in which we minimize the total cost of the raw materials to be used, as well as violations of the desired characteristic scores of the final blends. We also present a parametric model which is used as a reference point to compare the multi-objective optimization model.


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