eBook Re-engineering Manufacturing for Sustainability, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 9814451487
  • ISBN-13: 9789814451482
  • DDC: 670
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 738 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

This edited volume presents the proceedings of the 20th CIRP LCE Conference, which cover various areas in life cycle engineering such as life cycle design, end-of-life management, manufacturing processes, manufacturing systems, methods and tools for sustainability, social sustainability, supply chain management, remanufacturing, etc.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Preface.
Organization.
Table of Contents.
1: Keynote.
2: How to Manufacture a Sustainable Future for 9 Billion People in 2050.
3: Sustainable Design - Approaches and Methodologies.
4: On the Potential of Design Rationale for Ecodesign.
5: Applying Unit Process Life Cycle Inventory (UPLCI) Methodology in Product/Packaging Combinations.
6: Towards an Increased User Focus in Life Cycle Engineering.
7: Quantitative Design Modification for the Recyclability of Products.
8: Evolution in Ecodesign and Sustainable Design Methodologies.
9: Integration of Environmental Aspects in Product Development and Ship Design.
10: Cradle to Cradle in Product Development: A Case Study of Closed-Loop Design.
11: Aligning Product Design Methods and Tools for Sustainability.
12: Managing Eco Design and Sustainable Manufacturing.
13: An Evaluation Scheme for Product-Service System Models with a Lifecycle Consideration from Customer's Perspective.
14: Life -Cycle Oriented Decision Support for the Planning of Fleets with Alternative Powertrain Vehicles.
15: Sustainable Design - Methods and Tools.
16: A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Support the Application of the Eco-Design Guidelines.
17: Integrated Software Platform for Green Engineering Design and Product Sustainability.
18: Integrating Information in Product Development.
19: Life Cycle Oriented Evaluation of Product Design Alternatives Taking Uncertainty into Account.
20: Environmental Impact of Body Lightweight Design in the Operating Phase of Electric Vehicles.
21: Combining Five Criteria to Identify Relevant Products Measures for Resource Efficiency of an Energy Using Product.
22: Structure for Categorization of EcoDesign Methods and Tools.
23: Methods and Tools for Resource Efficient Manufacturing.
24: RFID Integrated Adaption of Manufacturing Execution Systems for Energy Efficient Production.
25: Optimising Compressed Air System Energy Efficiency – The Role of Flow Metering and Exergy Analysis.
26: Benchmark of Existing Energy Conversion Efficiency Definitions for Pneumatic Vacuum Generators.
27: A Model for Predicting Theoretical Process Energy Consumption of Rotational Parts Using STEP AP224 Features.
28: Developing Unit Process Models for Predicting Energy Consumption in Industry: A Case of Extrusion Line.
29: Advanced On-Site Energy Generation towards Sustainable Manufacturing.
30: Impact of Process Selection on Material and Energy Flow.
31: Generic Energy-Enhancement Module for Consumption Analysis of Manufacturing Processes in Discrete Event Simulation.
32: Manufacturing Automation for Environmentally Sustainable Foundries.
33: Bearing Condition Prediction Using Enhanced Online Learning Fuzzy Neural Networks.
34: Manufacturing Scheduling for Reduced Energy Cost in a Smart Grid Scenario.
35: Technologies for Energy Efficient Machine Tools.
36: Energy Efficient Solutions for Hydraulic Units of Machine Tools.
37: Impact of Machine Tools on the Direct Energy and Associated Carbon Emissions for a Standardized NC Toolpath.
38: Modeling Energy States in Machine Tools: An Automata Based Approach.
39: Combining Machine Tool Builder and Operator Perspective towards Energy and Resource Efficiency in Manufacturing.
40: Method and Calculation Tool for Carbon Footprint Assessment of Machine Tool.
41: Sustainable Manufacturing Processes - Machining.
42: Manufacturing of Optimized Venturi Nozzles Based on Technical-Economic Analysis.
43: Analysis of Energy Consumption in CNC Machining Centers and Determination of Optimal Cutting Conditions.
44: Increasing the Energy Efficiency in Metal Cutting Manufacturing through a Demand Based Coolant Filtration.
45: Improved Product Quality and Resource Efficiency in Porous Tungsten Machining for Dispenser Cathode Application by Elimination of the Infiltration Process.
46: Green Key Performance Indicator Based on Embedded Lifecycle Energy for Selection of Cutting Tools.
47: A Universal Hybrid Energy Consumption Model for CNC Machining Systems.
48: Ecological Assessment of Coated Cemented Carbide Tools and Their Behavior during Machining.
49: Sustainable Manufacturing Processes - Cleaning, Coating, Forming, Molding.
50: A Study on an Evaluation Method of Eco-efficiency of a Diamond Coating Process.
51: Injection Mould Design: Impact on Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing.
52: Simulation of Ultrasonic Cleaning and Experimental Study of the Liquid Level Adjusting Method.
53: Software Support for Environmentally Benign Mold Making Process and Operations.
54: Exergy Analysis of Atomic Layer Deposition for Al2O3 Nano-film Preparation.
55: Investigation of Energy, Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Costs in Single Point Incremental Forming.
56: Semi-empirical Modeling of the Energy Consumed during the Injection Molding Process.
57: Supply Chain Management.
58: Evaluation of the Resource Efficiency of RFID-Controlled Supply Chains.
59: Impact of Parameter Estimation Inaccuracies on a Repairable Item System.
60: The Analysis of Sustainable Supply Chain Management.
61: Levers for Management of Resource Efficiency in the Tool and Die Making Industry.
62: Analysis and Tools for Reuse and Recycling.
63: Identification and Promotion of Effective and Efficient Product and Material Cycles via Crowdsourcing.
64: Part Agent Advice for Promoting Reuse of the Part Based on Life Cycle Information.
65: Selective Disassembly Planning for Sustainable Management of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
66: After Sales Strategies for the Original Equipment Manufacturer of Electric Mobiles.
67: Operational Challenges in the Automotive Recycling Business: A System Dynamics Perspective.
68: A Basic Study on the Effectiveness of Counterplans to Promote Take-back of Mobile Phones.
69: Collecting End-of-Life Mobile Phones in Jakarta: A Pilot.
70: Systematic Product Inspection and Verification to Improve Returned Product Recovery.
71: Life-Cycle Assessment for Plastic Waste Recycling Process: Based of the Network Evaluation Framework.
72: Product Clustering for Closed Loop Recycling of Flame Retardant Plastics: A Case Study for Flat Screen TVs.
73: E-waste Assessment in Malaysia.
74: Methodology for an Integrated Life Cycle Approach to Product End-of-Life Planning.
75: Sustainable Metal Management and Recycling Loops: Life Cycle Assessment for Aluminium Recycling Strategies.
76: Sustainability Analysis - Approaches and Methodologies.
77: Framework for Modeling the Uncertainty of Future Events in Life Cycle Assessment.
78: Life Cycle Assessment and Life Cycle Costing – Methodical Relationships, Challenges and Benefits of an Integrated Use.
79: Developing IAM for Life Cycle Safety Assessment.
80: Multi-Layer Stream Mapping as a Combined Approach for Industrial Processes Eco-efficiency Assessment.
81: A Binary Linear Programming Approach for LCA System Boundary Identification.
82: Lifecycle Oriented Ramp-Up – Conception of a Quality-Oriented Process Model.
83: Method for Rapid Estimation of Carbon Footprint Involving Complex Building Inventory Data – A Case Study.
84: Product Benefit as a Key for Assessing Resource Efficiency of Capital Goods.
85: Least-Cost Technology Investments in the Passenger Vehicle and Electric Sectors to Meet Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets to 2050.
86: Development of a New Methodology for Impact Assessment of SLCA.
87: A Manufacturing Informatics Framework for Manufacturing Sustainability Assessment.
88: “LCA to Go” – Environmental Assessment of Machine Tools According to Requirements of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) – Development of the Methodological Concept.
89: Sustainability Assessment of Membrane System for Wastewater Treatment: A Review and Further Research.
90: Sustainability Analysis - Methods and Tools.
91: Combined Energy, Material and Building Simulation for Green Factory Planning.
92: Discrete Event Simulation Inserted into Kaizen Event to Assess Energy Efficiency.
93: Developing a Parametric Carbon Footprinting Tool: A Case Study of Wafer Fabrication in the Semiconductor Industry.
94: Material Information Model across Product Lifecycle for Sustainability Assessment.
95: Sustainability Analysis - Case Studies.
96: Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Servo Press and Flywheel Press.
97: Three Dimensional Sustainability Assessment: A Case of Combustion Motor Industry in China.
98: Life Cycle Assessment of Urea Formaldehyde Resin: Comparison by CML (2001), EDIP (1997) and USEtox (2008) Methods for Toxicological Impact Categories.
99: Life Cycle Assessment of Solar Chimneys.
100: Impact of Mandatory Rates on the Recycling of Lithium-Ion Batteries from Electric Vehicles in Germany.
101: Eco Reach Essencial Johnson&Johnson® Toothbrush: An LCA Study Case Application to Analyze Different Materials in Handle Design.
102: Use Phase Parameter Variation and Uncertainty in LCA: Automobile Case Study.
103: Sustainability Management.
104: Lessons Learned from Conducting a Company-level, Downstream MFA.
105: Strategies and Ecosystem View for Industrial Sustainability.
106: Sustainability through Lifecycle Synthesis of Material Information.
107: Green Cycles Economy and Factory.
108: Defining Sustainability: Critical Factors in Sustainable Material Selection.
109: A Framework for Synergy Evaluation and Development in Heavy Industries.
110: Remanufacturing - Business and Management.
111: Jointly Consider Acquisition Price, Trade in Rebate and Selling Price in Remanufacturing.
112: Module Reconfiguration Management for Circular Factories without Discriminating between Virgin and Reused Products.
113: Production Planning and Inventory Control of a Two-Product Recovery System.
114: Active Remanufacturing Timing Determination Based on Failure State Assessment.
115: The Use of Product Life-Cycle Information in a Value Chain Including Remanufacturing.
116: Remanufacturing - Process Technologies.
117: Application of Electro-Magnetic Heat Effect on Crack Arrest in Remanufacturing Blank.
118: Current State and Development of the Research on Solid Particle Erosion and Repair of Turbomachine Blades.
119: Thermodynamic Research on SCCO2 Cleaning Process of Remanufacturing.
120: Study on Remanufacturing Cleaning Technology in Mechanical Equipment Remanufacturing Process.
121: Energy Consumption Assessment of Remanufacturing Processes.
122: Remanufacturing - Design and Analysis.
123: Design for Remanufacturing – A Fuzzy-QFD Approach.
124: LCA-Based Comparative Evaluation of Newly Manufactured and Remanufactured Diesel Engine.
125: Remanufacturing versus Manufacturing – Analysis of Requirements and Constraints for a Study Case: Control Arm of a Suspension System.
126: Life Cycle Assessment: A Comparison of Manufacturing and Remanufacturing Processes of a Diesel Engine.
127: Challenges and Issues of Using Embedded Smart Sensors in Products to Facilitate Remanufacturing.
128: Remanufacturing - Reliability Assessment.
129: Durability and Remaining Useful Fatigue Life Assessment of Welded Joint Using Impedance and Wave Propagation Techniques.
130: Detecting and Monitoring of Stress on Beams Using Lamb Waves.
131: Analysis of Time-to-Failure Data with Weibull Model in Product Life Cycle Management.
132: The Study of Measurement Procedures for Remanufacture Based on MMMT and XRD.
133: Social Sustainability.
134: Social Impact Assessment of Sugar Production Operations in South Africa: A Social Life Cycle Assessment Perspective.
135: Re-use and Job Opportunities in Central-Europe.
136: Comparison of Drivers and Barriers to Green Manufacturing: A Case of India and Germany.
137: A Multi-objective Tolerance Optimization Approach for Economic, Ecological, and Social Sustainability.
Erratum: Optimising Compressed Air System Energy Efficiency – The Role of Flow Metering and Exergy Analysis.
Author Index.