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Volume 15 (2017)
Volume 14 (2016)
Volume 13 (2015)
Volume 12 (2015)
Volume 11 (2014)
Volume 9 (2012)
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Industrial management
Designing an Intelligent Monitoring Model for Industrial Equipment with the Approach of Optimizing Transmission Delay and Data Processing Speed (Case Study: Wind Turbines)

elham aghazadeh; Akbar Alem Tabriz

Volume 21, Issue 71 , January 2024, Pages 1-41


  In today's industrial units, operators monitor equipment performance, and the challenging coordination between units in vast operating environments with high volumes of equipment can lead to irreparable damage. Despite considerable technological advancements in inspection and surveillance, this responsibility ...  Read More

production and operations management
Model for Sustainable Performance Improvement of Small and Medium-sized Food Industry Companies in Guilan Province

Morteza Saeidi; Mostafa Ebrahimpour Azbari; MohammadRahim Ramazanian

Volume 21, Issue 71 , January 2024, Pages 43-78


  The purpose of this article is to design a model for improving the sustainable performance of small and medium food companies in Guilan Province. The aim is to provide managers and decision-makers with insights into the factors, challenges, and consequences associated with enhancing the sustainable performance ...  Read More

safety,risk and reliability
Proposing a classification of supply chain risks in pharmaceutical industries

Seyedeh Sara Khorashadizadeh; Jalal Haghighat Monfared; Mohammadali Afshar Kazemi; Shahram Yazdani

Volume 21, Issue 71 , January 2024, Pages 79-121


  In this study, a comprehensive classification for supply chain risks in the pharmaceutical industry is presented using the Bailey’s classical strategy method and the four-stage Collier method. Initially, through the examination of texts related to the main hazard groups, supply chain elements, ...  Read More

supply chain management
Clustering the application of digital technologies of Industry 4.0 in the agri-food distribution network: a bibliometric study

Allahyar Beigi Firoozi; Mohammad Bashokouh Ajirlou; Naser Seffollahi; Ghasem Zarei

Volume 21, Issue 71 , January 2024, Pages 123-175


  The current study aimed to cluster the application of digital technologies from Industry 4.0 in the agricultural food distribution network. To achieve this goal, a bibliometric technique was employed to identify prominent trends and themes in this field through the analysis of articles, authors, countries, ...  Read More

Multi-Objective Modeling of the Supply Chain of the Hospital Waste Management Considering the Dimensions of Sustainability Accompanied by Fuzzy Set Theory

Hossein Firouzi; Javad Rezaeian; Mohammad Mehdi Movahedi; Alireza Rashidi Komijan

Volume 21, Issue 71 , January 2024, Pages 177-223


  This paper presents a multi-objective mathematical model for the reverse supply chain of hospital waste management in Iran during the COVID-19 pandemic, incorporating dimensions of sustainability. The objectives of the model are as follows: 1) Minimizing the costs associated with building facilities ...  Read More

project management
Developing an optimization model for prioritizing and selecting project risk response strategies

Ali Namazian; Somayeh Behboodian

Volume 21, Issue 71 , January 2024, Pages 225-261


  Projects, during their execution, face various risks that can impact the achievement of project objectives. Therefore, the need for extensive project risk management is widely recognized. In a systematic risk management process, after risk evaluation, risk analysts are confronted with the risk response ...  Read More

supply chain management
Identifying and Prioritizing Factors Affecting Transportation Risk Management in the Food Supply Chain Using Gray Delphi And Gray COPRAS

Mahsa Pishdar; Atefeh Habibi

Volume 21, Issue 71 , January 2024, Pages 263-295


  To explain a framework for managing the risk of transportation in the food industry supply chain, the initial step involves identifying 12 risks that can potentially lead to transportation disruptions, based on the research background. Utilizing the Delphi method and gathering opinions from 15 academic ...  Read More