Dynamic multiobjective optimization in papermaking process simulation

Mikko Linnala, Henri Ruotsalainen, Elina Madetoja, Jouni Savolainen

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    Abstract

    Modeling software are used in simulating industrial processes such as papermaking in order to improve the efficiency of the process. Optimization methods are combined with simulation in order to maximize the advantages of these simulation tools as it is done in this study, too. This enables us to study the papermaking process effectively and in a sophisticated way. Thus, in this paper we consider different papermaking production tasks from efficiency and economical point of view and optimize the whole papermaking process including a TMP mill, stock preparation, short circulation, a papermachine and finishing. The aim of the research is to optimize and increase the efficiency of the papermaking process and make it easier to comprehend the complicated papermaking process with different production tasks. Thus, unexpected situations such as failure of dosing some chemical can be handled better.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPRS2009
    Subtitle of host publicationPapermaking Research Symposium
    ISBN (Electronic)978-951-27-1038-6
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    EventPapermaking Research Symposium, PRS2009 - Kuopio, Finland
    Duration: 1 Jun 20094 Jun 2009

    Conference

    ConferencePapermaking Research Symposium, PRS2009
    Abbreviated titlePRS2009
    CountryFinland
    CityKuopio
    Period1/06/094/06/09

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    Linnala, M., Ruotsalainen, H., Madetoja, E., & Savolainen, J. (2009). Dynamic multiobjective optimization in papermaking process simulation. In PRS2009: Papermaking Research Symposium