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Modern manufacturing is challenged by customized, high-variety and low-volume job orders, dynamic ambient working conditions in shop floors, and stricter requirements on sustainability. Data-driven approach for manufacturing planning, control, and management will be a new research trend to tackle the challenge. In this research, based on in-process monitoring on energy consumption of machining processes and data analytics technologies, an innovative Cyber-physical system (CPS) and Big Data-enabled scheduling optimization system for sustainable computer numerical control (CNC) machining has been developed. This system is augmented with intelligent mechanisms for enhancing adaptability to condition dynamics in machining shop floors. The system consists of scheduling and re-scheduling functions. For scheduling, an artificial neural networks (ANNs)-based algorithm has been designed to establish energy models of components machined in a shop floor according to current working conditions of CNC machines. Based on the energy models, a fruit fly optimization (FFO) algorithm has been applied to generate a multi-objective optimized schedule. For re-scheduling, another ANNs-based algorithm has been developed to monitor the energy consumption of components during machining in real time. Scheduling optimization will be triggered to generate an updated schedule if there are significantly varying working conditions and re-scheduling adjustments are necessary. The system has been validated through deployment into a European machining company and industrial case studies to demonstrate technical innovations and the great potential of applicability in practice.
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