Aim of traditional warehouse design is to maximize the storage and picking performance through the travel time minimization. This determines a building configuration that conflicts with the reduction of consumed energy, required for warehouse conditioning. This work suggests a bi-objective warehouse design, considering both travel time and energy consumption as objective functions. Exploiting the Pareto frontier approach, this work investigates the warehouse configurations that represent a remarkable trade-off between these two optimization problems.

Bi-objective warehouse design: travel time versus energy consumption optimization

PILATI, FRANCESCO;BORTOLINI, MARCO;GAMBERI, MAURO;
2013

Abstract

Aim of traditional warehouse design is to maximize the storage and picking performance through the travel time minimization. This determines a building configuration that conflicts with the reduction of consumed energy, required for warehouse conditioning. This work suggests a bi-objective warehouse design, considering both travel time and energy consumption as objective functions. Exploiting the Pareto frontier approach, this work investigates the warehouse configurations that represent a remarkable trade-off between these two optimization problems.
EURO-INFORMS 26th European Conference on Operational Research - Abstract Book
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F. Pilati; D. Battini; M. Bortolini; M. Gamberi; F. Sgarbossa
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