BUS 381 Carnegie Mellon University Additional Optimization Problems

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BUS 381: Additional Optimization Problems
1. Chawdhry Cloud Services operates several data centers across the United States that
contain servers which store and process the data on the Internet. Suppose that Galaxy
Cloud Services currently has five outdated data centers: one each in Michigan, Ohio, and
California and two in New York. Management is considering increasing the capacity of
these data centers to keep up with increasing demand. Each data center contains servers
that are dedicated to “Secure” data and to “Super Secure” data. The cost to update each
data center and the resulting increase in server capacity for each type of server is as
follows:
Data Center
Cost ($ millions)
Secure Servers
Super Secure Servers
Michigan
2.5
50
30
New York 1
3.5
80
40
New York 2
3.5
40
80
Ohio
4.0
90
60
California
2.0
20
30
OBJECTIVE: The projected needs are for a total increase in capacity of 90 Secure servers and
90 Super Secure servers. Management wants to determine which data centers to update to meet
projected needs and, at the same time, minimize the total cost of the added capacity.
ANSWER:
Model
New York
Michigan 1
Upgrade Data
Center
Min Cost ($M)
0
6
New York
2
0
Ohio
0
California
1
1
Solution 2
Model
New York
Michigan 1
Upgrade Data
Center
Min Cost ($M)
1
6
0
New York
2
Ohio
1
California
0
0
Problem 2
1. Chawdhry Co. provides paper to smaller companies whose volumes are not large enough
to warrant dealing directly with the paper mill. STAR receives 100-feet-wide paper rolls
from the mill and cuts the rolls into smaller rolls of widths 12, 15, and 30 feet. The
demands for these widths vary from week to week. The following cutting patterns have
been established:
Number of:
Pattern
12ft.
15ft.
30ft.
Trim Loss
1
0
6
0
10 ft.
2
0
0
3
10 ft.
3
8
0
0
4 ft.
4
2
1
2
1 ft.
5
7
1
0
1 ft.
Trim loss is the leftover paper from a pattern (for example, for pattern 4, 2(12) + 1(15) + 2(30) =
99 feet used resulting in 100-99 = 1 foot of trim loss). Demands this week are 5,670 12-foot
rolls, 1,680 15-foot rolls, and 3,350 30-foot rolls.
OBJECTIVE: Develop an all-integer model that will determine how many 100-foot rolls to cut
into each of the five patterns in order to meet demand and minimize trim loss (leftover paper
from a pattern).
ANSWER:
Problem 3
Problem 2: 50
Points
Your Manufacturing company has been tasked with building Televisions, computers, and microwaves. To make
these products, there are three sub components: Capacitors, Resistors, and Processors.
Below shows the maximum number of Televisions, computers, and microwaves we can make along with the
maximum number of capacitors, resistors, and processors available to make them.
Your Revenue function is determined as $2 for every capacitor used, $3 for every resistor, and $25 for each
processor. However, there are FIXED costs if you decide to use the these. If you use Capacitors, it will have a
fixed cost of $50, Resistors will have a fixed cost of $60, and Processors have a fixed cost of $250. The total
profit is Revenue – Cost.
Objective: Determine how many Capacitors, resisters, and processors to use in order to maximize profit. You
will also need to capture if you choose to use Capacitors (SC), Resistors (SR), and Processors (SP). (NOTE: The
profit is made up of 6 numbers: First three for Revenue and last three for cost, thus why they are negative)
Also, note SC, SR, SP are 1 or 0, so you will need to add a constraint in the solver for “BIN” instead of > or < just like you did Integer. Lastly, you will need three constraints that show if SC, SR, or SP are 0, then the Available for Capacitor , Resistor, and Processors, is 0 Ie: Constraint Capacitor 159 Purchase answer to see full attachment Explanation & Answer: 3 Problems User generated content is uploaded by users for the purposes of learning and should be used following Studypool's honor code & terms of service.

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