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Title: Optimization model for temporary depot problem in flood disaster response
Authors: Wapee Manopiniwes
Takashi Irohara
Authors: Wapee Manopiniwes
Takashi Irohara
Keywords: Earth and Planetary Sciences;Environmental Science
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2020
Abstract: © 2020, Springer Nature B.V. The objective of this research is to establish a model that characterizes integrated humanitarian operations management in response to flood disasters, during which an optimal framework that describes the interactions between different elements in the relief supply chain is crucial. In principle, it is necessary to develop a model that controls the total flow of supply distribution and evacuation planning, as well as the location routing of facilities that handle relief supplies from the sources all the way down the relief chain to the hands of the recipients. The location-routing model was proposed in response to the temporary depot problem that is particular to such disasters. To formulate this problem, the use of a multi-period approach to describe the problem was presented, and multimodal transportation was considered in order to more closely mimic the realistic behavior of a flooding disaster.
ISSN: 15730840
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