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JCR. 2020; 7(4): 275-281


PROBLEM SOLVING IN CROSS OVER LINE BALANCING USING HHO

R. Saravanakumar, D. Chandra Mohan.

Abstract
The assembly line is a series of workflow manufacturing structures that are still common in large scale manufacturing of sustainable items. In the unbalanced tax system, more idle time is required to complete the task; A similar hanging problem arises when the tasks are not properly planned. This article proposes a technique to the line balance problem with crossover workstations. Different techniques were developed to resolve assembly line balance troubles. Existing methods for solving the assembly line balance problem can’t be implemented to included type issues. Using the Harris Hawks optimization, improve the performance of a network-based line balancing problem. The assembly line optimization is performed using the Harris Hawks optimization cycle multipoint crossover method to acquire actual posterity and the high-quality chromosome is chosen to determine the performance of the sequential construction system.

Key words: Assembly Line Balancing, Harris Hawks Optimization, Workstation.



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