The focus of this book is the consideration of environmental issues in engineering process and product design. It presents a selection of 30 papers ensuing from the 12th CIRP International seminar on Life Cycle Engineering. This book is of interest to academics, students and practitioners, specializing in environmental issues in mechanical engineering, design and manufacturing. This volume is recommended as a reference textbook for all researchers in the field.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2006|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.45(h) x 0.04(d)|
Table of ContentsIntroduction to Innovation in Life Cycle Engineering and Sustainable Development by D. Brissaud, S. Tichkiewitch and P. Zwolinski; Business models: Feasibility and scope of LC approaches to sustainable consumption, by E.G. Hertwich and G.P. Peters; A business-oriented approach to the product life cycle, by G. Molcho and M. Shpitalni; Meeting the Climate Change Challenge, by C. Rynikiewicz; Assessing product life cycle strategies in the Japanese market, by Ogushi, M. Kandlikar, and H. Dowlatabadi; Applications of service engineering methods and tool to industries, by T. Sakao, Y. Shimomura, M. Lindahl and E. Sundin; End-of-life strategies: Towards self-disassembling products, by J. Duflou, B. Willems and W. Dewulf; Indicators to measure sustainability of an industrial manufacturing, by E. Raizer Neto, M.T. Mariotte and R.T.P. Hinz; Concepts and definitions for product recovery, by M Lindahl, E. Sundin, J. Ostlin and M. Björkman; Remanufacturing of flat screen monitors, by C. Franke, S. Kernbaum and G. Seliger; Improving product recovery decisions through product information, by A.K. Parlikad, D.C. McFarlane and A.G. Kulkarni; Photocopier remanufacturing at Xerox UK, by A. King, J. Miemczyk and D. Bufton; Dynamic process and operation planning for hybrid disassembly, by H-J. Kim; Clean technologies for recycling, by H.V. de Medina; Identifying availability contribution of lifecycle-adapted services, by J. Fleischer and D. Nesges; Product development for sustainability: Designing products that are never discarded, by P. Zwolinski and D. Brissaud; Guidelines in ecodesign: a case study from railway industry, by J. Lagerstedt and C. Luttropp; Identifying and assessing environmentally benign modules, by M. Voji and H. Birkhofer; Strategies and material flow in ecodesign, by C. Luttropp; Screening life cycle modelling for sustainable product design, by M. Fargnoli and F. Kimura; Using design for environment for redesigning a household appliance, by S. Kara, H.Kaebernick and S. Ibbotson; Modular design oftechnical product-service systems, by I.C. Aurich, C. Fuchs and C. Wagenknecht; Estimating the environmental profile of early design concepts, by W. Dewulf, B. Willems and J.R. Duflou; Product life cycle management: Design for environment by target life cycle costing, by D. Janz, M. Hornberger and E. Westkämper; PLM to support hazard identification in chemical plant design, by F. Giannini, M. Monti, S. Ansaldi and P. Bragatto; Smart machining systems: issues and research trends, by L. Deshayes, L. Welsch, A. Donmez, R. Ivester, D. Gilsinn, R. Rhorer, E. Whitenton and F. Potra; Development of methods to support the implementation of a PDMS, by J. Feidhusen, B. Gebhardt, N. Macice, E. Nurcahya and F. Bungert; The role of knowledge management in product lifecycle, by G. Colombo and D. Pugliese; A product-process-organisation integrative model for collaborative design, by F. Noël; Dynamic life cycle performance simulation ofproduction systems, by J. Niemann and E. Westkämper; LC universal model for the enterprise information system structure, by A. Bernard, M. Labrousse and N. Perry; Authors index.