Title

Visualizing Optimal Fuel Strategies under Uncertainty

Student Classification

Senior

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Lauren Davis

Department

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Document Type

Poster

Publication Date

Fall 2019

Abstract

Natural disasters create unexpected uncertainty. For example, in Florida during a hurricane there is a high peak in demand for fuel. Homeland security is challenged with constantly and consistently meeting the high demand for fuel during a hurricane. In a natural disaster, fuel ports can become inoperable due to the extreme weather conditions (high wind speeds). The objective is to visualize the data of a model that optimizes decision making for Homeland Security during a hurricane. Our visualizations examine schedule optimization, port unmet demand and port ending inventory in the event of a natural disaster.

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