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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

International Journals
1.

Aldrin Raj, J, Ravindran, D, Saravanan, M & Prabaharan, T


2014,Simultaneous scheduling of machines and tools in multimachine flexible manufacturing systems using Artificial Immune
System algorithm, International Journal of Computer Integrated
Manufacturing,vol.27, no.5, pp.401-414 (Impact Factor 1.019,
Annexure I).

2.

Aldrin Raj, J, Ravindran, D, Sivananithaperumal, S & Victor


Raj,M,Multi-objective optimization for simultaneous scheduling of
machines and tools in multi-machine flexible manufacturing systems,
Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering ( Under review).

3.

Aldrin Raj, J, Ravindran, D, Sivananithaperumal, S & Victor Raj,


M,Simultaneous scheduling of machines, automated guided vehicles
and tools in flexible manufacturing systems using Elitism Strategy
Genetic Algorithm, International Journal of Manufacturing
Technology(Under review).

4.

Aldrin Raj, J, Ravindran, D, Sivananithaperumal, S & Saravanan, M


Multi-objective optimization for simultaneous scheduling of
machines, automated guided vehicles and tools in multi-machine
flexible manufacturing systems, Arabian Journal for Science
&Engineering(Under review).

5.

Aldrin Raj, J, Ravindran, D, Sivananithaperumal, S &Sutha, S


Scheduling of machines and automated storage/retrieval systems in
flexible manufacturing systems, Computers& Industrial Engineering
(Under review).

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International Conferences
1.

Aldrin Raj, J, Ravindran, D, Saravanan, M & Kesavaraja.D 2010,


Production scheduling of Flexible Manufacturing Systems using
Giffler-Thompson algorithm with Priority dispatching rules 43 rd
Annual Convention of Operational Research Society of India &
International Conference on Operational Research for Urban and Rural
Development, Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai, India,
15- 17th December.

National Conferences
1.

Aldrin Raj, J, Ravindran, D&KesavarajaD 2009, Scheduling of


Flexible Manufacturing system using priority dispatching rules
National conference on Recent trends in Manufacturing Technology,
Anna University, Chennai, India 6-7th March.