Multi-Objective Optimization of Machining Parameters for Multi-Pass CNC Turning to Minimize Carbon Emissions, Energy, Noise and Cost
Keywords:sustainable manufacturing, multi-objective optimization, energy, cost, carbon emissions, noise
Global warming is a huge environmental issue today. This is due to the high level of world carbon emissions. The manufacturing process accounts for 30% of the world's carbon emissions production. Sustainable manufacturing is necessary to implement to reduce carbon emission levels caused by the manufacturing process. There are three aspects of sustainable manufacturing, namely environmental aspects, economic aspects, and social aspects. These three aspects can be implemented in the machining process by optimizing machining parameters in multi-pass CNC turning. This research aims to optimize CNC turning machining parameters by considering energy consumption, carbon emissions, noise, and production cost. The model is solved using a Multi-objective Genetic Algorithm in Matlab 2016b then the transformation and weighting functions are carried out from the feasible value. Based on the optimization results, the total energy consumption value obtained is 2.50 MJ; total production cost is $ 2.19; total carbon emissions are 5.97 kgCO2, and noise is 236, 19 dB. The sensitivity analysis exhibits the machining parameters that affect the objective function: The cutting speed parameter and the feed rate parameter. This model can be used to improve the manufacturing process and support sustainable manufacturing.
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