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## Apps.GasBlending History

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April 04, 2011, at 05:44 PM by 158.35.225.225 -
(:title Sunco Gasoline Blending Optimization:)
(:keywords nonlinear, APMonitor, algebraic modeling language, optimization:)
(:description Sunco oil has three different processes that can be used to manufacture various types of gasoline. Each process involves blending oils in the company's catalytic cracker.:)

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!!! Problem

Sunco oil has three different processes that can be used to manufacture various types of gasoline. Each process involves blending oils in the company's catalytic cracker.

!!! Process 1
Running process 1 for an hour costs $5 and requires 2 barrels of crude oil 1 and 3 barrels of crude oil 2. The output from running process 1 for an hour is 2 barrels of gas 1 and 1 barrel of gas 2. !!! Process 2 Running process 2 for an hour costs$4 and requires 1 barrel of crude 1 and 3 barrels of crude 2. The output from process 2 for an hour is 3 barrels of gas 2.

!!! Process 3
Running process 3 for an hour costs $1 and requires 2 barrels of crude 2 and 3 barrels of gas 2. The output from running process 3 for an hour is 2 barrels of gas 3. Each week, 200 barrels of crude 1, at$2/ barrel, and 300 barrels of crude 2 at $3/barrel, may be purchased. All gas produced can be sold at the following per-barrel prices: gas 1,$9; gas 2, $10; gas 3,$24. Formulate an LP whose solution will maximize revenues less costs. Assume that only 100 hours of time on the catalytic cracker are available each week.

* Let x[i] = no. of hours process i is run per week (where i =1,2,3)
* Let o[i] = no. of barrels of oil i that is purchased per week (i =1,2)
* Let g[i] = no. of barrels of gas i sold per week (i=1,2,3)

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!!! Problem

Sunco oil has three different processes that can be used to manufacture various types of gasoline. Each process involves blending oils in the company's catalytic cracker.

!!! Process 1
Running process 1 for an hour costs $5 and requires 2 barrels of crude oil 1 and 3 barrels of crude oil 2. The output from running process 1 for an hour is 2 barrels of gas 1 and 1 barrel of gas 2. !!! Process 2 Running process 2 for an hour costs$4 and requires 1 barrel of crude 1 and 3 barrels of crude 2. The output from process 2 for an hour is 3 barrels of gas 2.

!!! Process 3
Running process 3 for an hour costs $1 and requires 2 barrels of crude 2 and 3 barrels of gas 2. The output from running process 3 for an hour is 2 barrels of gas 3. Each week, 200 barrels of crude 1, at$2/ barrel, and 300 barrels of crude 2 at $3/barrel, may be purchased. All gas produced can be sold at the following per-barrel prices: gas 1,$9; gas 2, $10; gas 3,$24. Formulate an LP whose solution will maximize revenues less costs. Assume that only 100 hours of time on the catalytic cracker are available each week.

* Let x[i] = no. of hours process i is run per week (where i =1,2,3)
* Let o[i] = no. of barrels of oil i that is purchased per week (i =1,2)
* Let g[i] = no. of barrels of gas i sold per week (i=1,2,3)
December 01, 2008, at 09:06 PM by 158.35.225.227 -

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Model sunco
Variables
x[1:3] = 30,  >=0
o[1]  = 100, >=0, <=200
o[2]  = 100, >=0, <=300
g[1:3] = 100, >=0
obj
profit
End Variables

Equations
! minimize (-profit) = maximize (profit)
obj = -profit

! profit per week = revenue - costs
profit = 9*g[1]+10*g[2]+24*g[3]-5*x[1]-4*x[2]-x[3]-2*o[1]-3*o[2]

! consumption of crude 1
2*x[1] + x[2] = o[1]

! consumption of crude 2
3*x[1] + 3*x[2] + 2*x[3] = o[2]

! generation of gas 1
2*x[1] = g[1]

! generation (and consumption) of gas 2
x[1] + 3*x[2] - 3*x[3] = g[2]

! generation of gas 3
2*x[3] = g[3]

! cat cracker available 100 hours per week
x[1] + x[2] + x[3] <= 100
End Equations
End Model

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* Let o[i] = no. of barrels of oil i that is purchased per week (i =1,2)
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!!! Problem
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!! Gasoline Blending

Sunco oil has three different processes that can be used to manufacture various types of gasoline. Each process involves blending oils in the company's catalytic cracker.

!!! Process 1
Running process 1 for an hour costs $5 and requires 2 barrels of crude oil 1 and 3 barrels of crude oil 2. The output from running process 1 for an hour is 2 barrels of gas 1 and 1 barrel of gas 2. !!! Process 2 Running process 2 for an hour costs$4 and requires 1 barrel of crude 1 and 3 barrels of crude 2. The output from process 2 for an hour is 3 barrels of gas 2.

!!! Process 3
Running process 3 for an hour costs $1 and requires 2 barrels of crude 2 and 3 barrels of gas 2. The output from running process 3 for an hour is 2 barrels of gas 3. Each week, 200 barrels of crude 1, at$2/ barrel, and 300 barrels of crude 2 at $3/barrel, may be purchased. All gas produced can be sold at the following per-barrel prices: gas 1,$9; gas 2, $10; gas 3,$24. Formulate an LP whose solution will maximize revenues less costs. Assume that only 100 hours of time on the catalytic cracker are available each week.

Let x[i] = no. of hours process i is run per week (where i =1,2,3)
Let o[i] = no. of barrels of oil i that is purchased per week (i =1,2)
Let g[i] = no. of barrels of gas i sold per week (i=1,2,3)

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!!! Solution
Run process 2 for 100 hours/week = $1500/week If gas 1 price rises above$11.5/barrel, the optimal solution is to run process 1.

If gas 3 price rises above \$26/barrel, the optimal solution is to run processes
2 and 3 for equal periods of time (50 hours).