Vulnerability assessment and re-routing of freight trains under disruptions: A coal supply chain network application

@inproceedings{Gedik2014VulnerabilityAA,
  title={Vulnerability assessment and re-routing of freight trains under disruptions: A coal supply chain network application},
  author={Ridvan Gedik and Hugh R. Medal and Chase Rainwater and Edward A. Pohl and Scott J. Mason},
  year={2014}
}
In this paper, we present a two-stage mixed integer programming (MIP) interdiction model in which an interdictor chooses a limited amount of elements to attack first on a given network, and then an operator dispatches trains through the residual network. Our MIP model explicitly incorporates discrete unit flows of trains on the rail network with time-variant capacities. A real coal rail transportation network is used in order to generate scenarios to provide tactical and operational level… CONTINUE READING

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