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Genetic Algorithm are capable of handling a large
number of design parameters and work for optimization
problems that have discontinues or nondifferentiable
multidimensional solution spaces, making them ideal for
optimization of machining parameters. Current paper is based
on Genetic Algorithm (GA) for optimization of process
parameters (e.g. feed and speed) for multiobjective multi pass
end milling. GA has been implemented using the MATLAB
environment on the objective function, which is a hybrid
function of cost and time, feed and speed. The results of
optimum cost, feed and speed have been calculated after GA
based implementation with PSO based implementation and
conventional results. The GA results are found better in terms
of the objective function as compared with PSO results for
the multiobjective multipass end milling process.
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