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Relief Food Supply Network Simulation

Relief Food Supply Network Simulation
Relief Food Supply Network Simulation
Research into simulation modelling to support disaster management has focused on large disasters. In some regions, there are frequent small to medium scale disasters, which require daily decisions to be made. These are typically described as routine emergencies. For example, in Indonesia’s West Java province, on average, there were 4.6 disasters per day between 2016 and 2020. This paper presents a simulation model of relief food distribution to refugees in a region that is vulnerable to multiple disasters on daily basis. To illustrate how the model can support disaster management decision making, we use the West Java case. The model demonstrates that the current warehouse locations and routing heuristic can cope with the demand; however, improvements are needed to cope with an expected increase in the demand due to increased number of disasters as a result of climate change and a growing population.
IEEE Press
Onggo, Bhakti Stephan
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Onggo, Bhakti Stephan, Currie, Christine, Perdana, Tomy, Fauzi, Gheo, Achmad, Audi and Endyana, Cipta (2021) Relief Food Supply Network Simulation. In Proceedings of the 2021 Winter Simulation Conference. IEEE Press. 12 pp . (In Press)

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Abstract

Research into simulation modelling to support disaster management has focused on large disasters. In some regions, there are frequent small to medium scale disasters, which require daily decisions to be made. These are typically described as routine emergencies. For example, in Indonesia’s West Java province, on average, there were 4.6 disasters per day between 2016 and 2020. This paper presents a simulation model of relief food distribution to refugees in a region that is vulnerable to multiple disasters on daily basis. To illustrate how the model can support disaster management decision making, we use the West Java case. The model demonstrates that the current warehouse locations and routing heuristic can cope with the demand; however, improvements are needed to cope with an expected increase in the demand due to increased number of disasters as a result of climate change and a growing population.

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Accepted/In Press date: 8 August 2021

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Local EPrints ID: 450852
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/450852
PURE UUID: b98f5bbc-48b7-4bfb-9760-805b8279d23e
ORCID for Bhakti Stephan Onggo: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5899-304X
ORCID for Christine Currie: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7016-3652

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Date deposited: 16 Aug 2021 16:49
Last modified: 17 Aug 2021 02:00

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Author: Tomy Perdana
Author: Gheo Fauzi
Author: Audi Achmad
Author: Cipta Endyana

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