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Energy Optimization of a Speed-Scalable and Multi-states Single Machine Scheduling Problem

  • MohammadMohsen AghelinejadEmail author
  • Yassine Ouazene
  • Alice Yalaoui
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Part of the AIRO Springer Series book series (AIROSS, volume 1)

Abstract

This study deals with the single-machine scheduling problem to minimize the total energy consumption costs. The considered machine has three main states (OFF, ON, Idle), and the transitions between states OFF and ON are also considered (Turn-on and Turn-off). Each of these states as well as the processing jobs consume different amount of energy. Moreover, a speed scalable machine is addressed in this paper. So, when the machine performs a job faster, it consumes more units of energy than with a slower speed. In this study, two new mathematical formulations are proposed to model this problem, and their efficiency are investigated based on several numerical experiments.

Keywords

Energy efficiency Single machine scheduling Time-dependent energy cost Speed-scalable multi-states system 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • MohammadMohsen Aghelinejad
    • 1
    Email author
  • Yassine Ouazene
    • 1
  • Alice Yalaoui
    • 1
  1. 1.Industrial Systems Optimization Laboratory (ICD, UMR 6281, CNRS)Université de Technologie de TroyesTroyeFrance

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