semi-finished leather

Application of Modified Hooke–Jeeves Method for Multi-Objective Optimization

The task of multi-objective constrained optimization of chrome tanning of semi-finished leather applying the Hooke–Jeeves method is solved. The optimality criterion is formulated in the form of a generalized additive objective function. Local criteria for the objective function are normalized and nondimensionalized. The weighting parameters are obtained on the basis of professional assessments. The algorithm of the modified Hooke–Jeeves method is the basis for the software module, which is implemented using object-oriented programming language Visual Basic for Application.