Vehicle Routing CVRP

Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem

The Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) deals with the distribution of goods between depots and customers using vehicles. In the Capacitated VRP the vehicles have a limited capacity. The model formulation in this project uses the three-index vehicle flow model of Toth and Vigo (2002), denoted by VRP4 on pp. 15-16. In this project two variants on this formulation are used. In the first variant the constraint (1.33) is replaced by the Miller-Tucker-Zemlin constraints (1.37) and (1.38). In the second variant it is replaced by the subtour elimination constraints (1.36).

This project uses the data instance 'E-n23-k3' from the Christofides and Eilon set at

Keywords

Subtour elimination, Miller-Tucker-Zemlin, incumbent callback, network object.

Problem Type

MIP (medium)

References

Toth, P., and D. Vigo, An Overview of Vehicle Routing Problems, In: The Vehicle Routing Problem, P. Toth and D. Vigo (eds), SIAM Monographs on Discrete Mathematics and Applications, Philadelphia, 2002, pp. 1-26. 

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