Models for oil refinery waste management using determined and fuzzy conditions
Li, Rita Yi Man
Crabbe, M. James C.
AffiliationL.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin, Thailand
University of Bedfordshire
Shanxi University, China
European University Cyprus
Polytechnic Institute of Porto
Siksha `O` Anusandhan University, india
Subjectsenvironmental management practices
Subject Categories::F851 Applied Environmental Sciences
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AbstractThis study developed models to solve problems of optimisation, production, and consumption in waste management based on methods of system analysis. Mathematical models of the problems of optimisation and sustainable waste management in deterministic conditions and in a fuzzy environment were formulated. The income from production was maximised considering environmental standards that apply to the field of macroeconomics and microeconomics. The proposed approach used MANAGER software to formalise and solve the problem of revenue optimisation with production waste management to optimise the production of oil products with waste management at a specific technological facility of the Atyrau oil refinery in Kazakhstan. Based on the combined application of the principles of maximin and Pareto optimality, a formulation of the problem of production optimisation with waste management was obtained and a heuristic algorithm for solving the formulated fuzzy optimisation problem with waste management was developed.
CitationZhumadillayeva A., Orazbayеv B., Santeyeva S., Dyussekeyev K., Li R.Y.M., Crabbe M.J.C., Yue X-G. (2020) 'Models for oil refinery waste management using determined and fuzzy conditions', Information, 11 (), pp.299-319.
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