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Sustainable Manufacturing and Design

Sustainable Manufacturing and Design
  • Author : Kaushik Kumar,Divya Zindani,J. Paulo Davim
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2021-01-18
  • Total pages : 260
  • ISBN : 9780128221617
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Sustainable Manufacturing and Design draws together research and practices from a wide range of disciplines to help engineers design more environmentally sustainable products. Sustainable manufacturing requires that the entire manufacturing enterprise adopts sustainability goals at a system-level in decision-making, hence the scope of this book covers a wide range of viewpoints in response. Advice on recyclability, zero landfill design, sustainable quality systems, and product take-back issues make this a highly usable guide to the challenges facing engineering designers today. Contributions from around the globe are included, helping to form an international view of an issue that requires a global response. Addresses methods to reduce energy and material waste through manufacturing design Helps to troubleshoot manufacturability problems that can arise in sustainable design Includes coverage of the legislative, cultural and social impacts of sustainable manufacturing, promoting a holistic view of the subject

Sustainable Manufacturing

Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Author : Rainer Stark,Günther Seliger,Jérémy Bonvoisin
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2017-01-16
  • Total pages : 283
  • ISBN : 9783319485140
  • File Size : 34,9 Mb
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This edited volume presents the research results of the Collaborative Research Center 1026 “Sustainable manufacturing - shaping global value creation”. The book aims at providing a reference guide of sustainable manufacturing for researchers, describing methodologies for development of sustainable manufacturing solutions. The volume is structured in four chapters covering the following topics: sustainable manufacturing technology, sustainable product development, sustainable value creation networks and systematic change towards sustainable manufacturing. The target audience comprises both researchers and practitioners in the field of sustainable manufacturing, but the book may also be beneficial for graduate students.

Sustainable Manufacturing

Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Author : Kapil Gupta,Konstantinos Salonitis
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2021-03-30
  • Total pages : 456
  • ISBN : 9780128181164
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Sustainable Manufacturing examines the overall sustainability of a wide range of manufacturing processes and industrial systems. With chapters addressing machining, casting, additive and gear manufacturing processes; and hot topics such as remanufacturing, life cycle engineering, and recycling, this book is the most complete guide to this topic available. Drawing on experts in both academia and industry, coverage addresses theoretical developments and practical improvements from research and innovations. This unique book will advise readers on how to achieve sustainable manufacturing processes and systems, and further the clean and safe environment. This handbook is a part of the four volume set entitled Handbooks in Advanced Manufacturing. The other three address Advanced Machining and Finishing, Advanced Welding and Deforming, and Additive Manufacturing. Provides basic to advanced level information on various aspects of sustainable manufacturing Presents the strategies and techniques to achieve sustainability in numerous areas of manufacturing and industrial engineering such as environmentally benign machining, sustainable additive manufacturing, remanufacturing and recycling, sustainable supply chain, and life cycle engineering Combines contributions from experts in academia and industry with the latest research and case studies Explains how to attain a clean, green, and safe environment via sustainable manufacturing Presents recent developments and suggests future research directions

Sustainable Machining

Sustainable Machining
  • Author : J. Paulo Davim
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2017-03-19
  • Total pages : 82
  • ISBN : 9783319519616
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This book provides an overview on current sustainable machining. Its chapters cover the concept in economic, social and environmental dimensions. It provides the reader with proper ways to handle several pollutants produced during the machining process. The book is useful on both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and it is of interest to all those working with manufacturing and machining technology.

Operations Management and Sustainability

Operations Management and Sustainability
  • Author : Luitzen de Boer,Poul Houman Andersen
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2018-09-03
  • Total pages : 353
  • ISBN : 9783319932125
  • File Size : 22,7 Mb
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This edited book presents cutting edge international research in operations management sustainability and topical research themes. As the sustainability agenda gains greater prominence and momentum throughout society, business actors and stakeholders are increasingly concerned with the impact of current business operations. There is a growing need for OM research and practice which reflects these concerns. Based on demands from industry and society at large, universities and schools now develop academic programs which are meant to serve this need – yet there is no clear and manifest research program concerning OM and sustainability. This book is of use to both researchers orientating themselves in this new and exciting field and educators seeking inspiration to develop new courses.

Pursuing Sustainability

Pursuing Sustainability
  • Author : Chialin Chen,Yihsu Chen,Vaidyanathan Jayaraman
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-03-03
  • Total pages : 411
  • ISBN : 9783030580230
  • File Size : 47,6 Mb
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This handbook includes three parts, corresponding to the following three domains of OR/MS research related to sustainability: (i) Systems Design, Innovation, and Technology, (ii) Manufacturing, Logistics, and Transportation, and (iii) Sustainable Natural Resource Management. The first part of the handbook (Chapters 2-6) will focus on the creation and development of sustainable products, services, value chains, and organizations from a systems perspective. Key areas to be covered include Green Design & Innovation, Technology and Engineering Management, Sustainable Value Chain Systems, Sustainability Standards and Performance Evaluation, and Circular Economy and New Research Directions in Sustainability. The second part of the handbook (Chapters 7-11) will concentrate on the major operational and logistic issues faced by today’s industries in pursuing sustainability. Key areas to be covered include Remanufacturing, Reverse Logistics, Closed-Loop Supply Chains, Sustainable Transportation, and New Research Directions in Green Supply Chain Management. The third part of the proposed handbook (Chapters 12-16) will center on major sustainability issues in managing engineering infrastructure and natural resources. Key areas to be covered include Renewable Energy, Sustainable Water Resource, Biofuel Infrastructure, Natural Gas, and New Research Direction in Sustainable Resource Management. The handbook aims to bridge the three main OR/MS research domains in sustainability: “Systems Design, Innovation, and Technology,” “Manufacturing, Logistics, and Transportation,” and “Sustainable Natural Resource Management.” Traditionally, these domains are treated separately in the OR/MS literature. By combining the three domains, the handbook will provide a more holistic treatment of MS/OR methodologies to address critical sustainability issues faced by today’s society. Unlike most existing handbooks which only focus on current OR/MS research in sustainability within a domain, this handbook will include a concluding chapter in each of the three parts to discuss and identify potential future research directions in each of the three main domains.

Sustainable Manufacturing

Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Author : S. Vinodh
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2020-10-26
  • Total pages : 94
  • ISBN : 9781000205312
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Sustainability enables the development of products with minimal environment impact coupled with economical and societal benefits. This book provides an understanding of theoretical and practical perspectives pertaining to Sustainable manufacturing. This book focuses on fundamentals, providing insights, concepts, tools, methods, case studies, and practical perspectives taken from research. The book will be of interest to students, researchers and industry practitioners.

Advances in Life Cycle Engineering for Sustainable Manufacturing Businesses

Advances in Life Cycle Engineering for Sustainable Manufacturing Businesses
  • Author : Shozo Takata,Yasushi Umeda
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2007-07-26
  • Total pages : 480
  • ISBN : 9781846289354
  • File Size : 36,7 Mb
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Life cycle engineering explores technologies for shifting industry from mass production and consumption paradigms to closed-loop manufacturing paradigms, in which required functions are provided with the minimum amount of production. This subject is discussed from various aspects: life cycle design, design for environment, reduce-reuse-recycle, life cycle assessment, and sustainable business models. This book collects papers from the 14th International CIRP Life Cycle Engineering Conference, the longest-running annual meeting in the field.

Computing Predictive Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Economics

Computing Predictive Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Economics
  • Author : Cyrus F. Nourani
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2019-06-26
  • Total pages : 294
  • ISBN : 9780429878718
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This volume brings together research and system designs that address the scientific basis and the practical systems design issues that support areas ranging from intelligent business interfaces and predictive analytics to economics modeling. Applications for management science and IT have been of interest areas for business schools and computing experts during recent years. Among the areas that are being treated are modern analytics, heterogeneous computing, business intelligence, ERP (enterprise resource planning), and decision science. Consumers have been pledging their love for data visualizations for a while now, and data is the area being explored, such as B2B and EC (E-commerce), E-business and the Intelligent Web, CRM (customer relationship management), infrastructures, and more. The digitization implications of these many new applications are described and explored in this informative volume.

Advances in Sustainable Manufacturing

Advances in Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Author : Günther Seliger,Marwan M.K. Khraisheh,I.S. Jawahir
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2011-05-27
  • Total pages : 406
  • ISBN : 9783642201837
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Non-renewable materials can no longer be disposed once humankind's ever increasing needs cannot be fulfilled anymore due to limited resources. Reuse and recycling become inevitable requirements for product and process design. Renewable resources must not be consumed in quantities higher than can be regained. New technologies have to be developed and applied for a Sustainable Product Development and Life Cycle Engineering to fulfill the needs of humankind, protecting public health, welfare, and environment. The 8th Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing brings together some of the world’s leading experts to present a scientific conference in Abu Dhabi, one of the world’s fastest growing economies and a global leader in the development of sustainable technologies. The conference will focus on 7 areas: Value adding by sustainable manufacturing in the UAE Potentials of renewables Education for sustainability engineering Green supply chain and transportation Microelectronics and resource efficiency Technology driven startups Sustainable products and manufacturing processes

Green Manufacturing

Green Manufacturing
  • Author : David A. Dornfeld
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2012-12-09
  • Total pages : 292
  • ISBN : 9781441960160
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Green Manufacturing: Fundamentals and Applications introduces the basic definitions and issues surrounding green manufacturing at the process,machine and system (including supply chain) levels. It also shows, by way of several examples from different industry sectors, the potential for substantial improvement and the paths to achieve the improvement. Additionally, this book discusses regulatory and government motivations for green manufacturing and outlines the path for making manufacturing more green as well as making production more sustainable. This book also: Discusses new engineering approaches for manufacturing and provides a path from traditional manufacturing to green manufacturing Addresses regulatory and economic issues surrounding green manufacturing Details new supply chains that need to be in place before going green Includes state-of-the-art case studies in the areas of automotive, semiconductor and medical areas as well as in the supply chain and packaging areas

Sustainable Manufacturing

Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Author : Günther Seliger
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2012-06-30
  • Total pages : 400
  • ISBN : 9783642272905
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The annual series Global Conferences on Sustainable Manufacturing (GCSM) sponsored by the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP) is committed to excellence in the creation of sustainable products and processes that conserve energy and natural resources, have minimal negative impacts upon the natural environment and society, and adhere to the core principle of sustainability by considering the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. To promote this noble goal, there is a great need for increased awareness in education and training, including the dissemination of new findings on principles and practices of sustainability applied to manufacturing. The series Global Conferences on Sustainable Manufacturing offers international colleagues the opportunity to network, expand their knowledge, and improve practice globally.

Sustainable Production and Logistics

Sustainable Production and Logistics
  • Author : Eren Ozceylan,Surendra M. Gupta
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2021-04-26
  • Total pages : 418
  • ISBN : 9781000352801
  • File Size : 26,6 Mb
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Sustainable Production and Logistics: Modeling and Analysis Subject Guide: Engineering - Industrial & Manufacturing This book presents issues faced by planners of production and distribution operations in terms of smart manufacturing and sustainability, using efficient quantitative techniques in a variety of decision-making situations. Addressing the state-of-the-art of the smart and sustainable sides of production and distribution planning operations, it highlights how a current issue can be effectively approached and what particular quantitative technique can be used. The book goes on to provide a foundation in the new and fast-growing digital journey, and includes logistics 4.0 inside Industry 4.0, along with case studies. The information in this book is useful worldwide, especially in the Americas, Europe, Turkey, and Japan. It is written for academicians, researchers, practitioners, and students.

Leveraging Services for Development

Leveraging Services for Development
  • Author : Matthias Helble,Ben Shepherd
  • Publisher : Brookings Institution Press
  • Release Date : 2019-10-29
  • Total pages : 0
  • ISBN : 9784899741183
  • File Size : 50,7 Mb
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The services economy is on the rise all around the world, and services now comprise the largest share of economic activity and employment in almost every country. This book presents the latest evidence demonstrating how technologies and globalization have transformed the services industry. Services are becoming increasingly tradable under World Trade Organization rules and regional trade agreements, and some services subsectors are also seeing rates of productivity growth comparable to that in manufacturing. At the same time, services are increasingly contributing to manufacturing success, and countries’ overall economic competitiveness now hinges crucially on the availability of high-quality and affordable services inputs. Furthermore, a well-functioning services sector can accelerate human development through better access to basic needs, such as education, energy, finance, health, water, and sanitation. Services can also be a source of good jobs with fewer negative environmental and social externalities. Overall, the ongoing structural transformation toward a services economy is a unique opportunity to achieve long-term income growth, which in turn promotes sustainable development. This book offers suggestions on how to achieve this, and is thus an indispensable read for researchers and policy makers alike.

Sustainable Product-Service Systems

Sustainable Product-Service Systems
  • Author : Fabrizio Ceschin
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2013-12-05
  • Total pages : 122
  • ISBN : 9783319037950
  • File Size : 31,7 Mb
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This book investigates the potential contribution that a strategic design approach can make to stimulating and supporting the societal embedding of sustainable PSSs (product-service systems). A new strategic design role thus emerges; a role in which the ideation and development of sustainable PSS concepts is coupled with the designing of appropriate transition paths (sequence of socio-technical experiments) to gradually incubate, introduce and diffuse these concepts. The book also outlines the new design approach and capabilities needed by strategic designers, project managers and consultants to operate at such a strategic level. On a more operational point of view, the work presents a practical “how to do” design process and associated guidelines to support practitioners in designing and managing the societal embedding process of sustainable PSS innovations.

Handbook of the Circular Economy

Handbook of the Circular Economy
  • Author : Miguel Brandão,David Lazarevic,Göran Finnveden
  • Publisher : Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Release Date : 2020-12-25
  • Total pages : 544
  • ISBN : 9781788972727
  • File Size : 26,7 Mb
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This crucial Handbook brings together the latest thinking on the circular economy, an area that has increasingly caught global attention. Contributors explore a broad range of themes such as recycling systems and new business models, as well as consolidating the many ways in which the topic has been dealt with in research, business and policy-making. The Handbook of the Circular Economy is not only relevant, but also essential for students, academics, and policy-makers trying to make sense of the plethora of ways in which the term has been applied and interpreted.

Sustainable Economics

Sustainable Economics
  • Author : Keith Skene,Alan Murray
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2017-09-08
  • Total pages : 480
  • ISBN : 9781351286183
  • File Size : 13,6 Mb
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This book marks a milestone in Economics publishing. Sustainable Economics is *the* subject of the moment, as businesses across the globe face up to peak oil prices, climate instability, increasingly complex environmental legislation and the challenge of adapting to a new business landscape. Sustainable Economics: Context, Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century Practitioner debugs the language of sustainable development. It explores the strengths and weaknesses of the many and diverse schools of thought. The book enables the modern business student and practitioner to disentangle the complex, often convoluted debate relating to sustainability, and it provides the tools necessary to lead their organizations through the murky waters of current times and prepare for the challenges of the future. Eschewing the linear – take, make and waste – approach of current business and manufacturing thinking, this book revisits the ecological models underpinning recent economic sustainability theory, and re-examines the consequences of modern ecological thought upon business strategies relating to sustainability. A chapter is also dedicated to the "circular economy", already in common parlance at policy levels in the UK, and notably in China and other developing countries.Packed with the most recent research papers, Sustainable Economics is an essential resource for the 21st-century business practitioner and legislator.The book is supported with a large array of teaching and learning material, for both formal and informal use, ranging from role play to data analysis which are available on request with the purchase of this book.

The Circular Economy Handbook

The Circular Economy Handbook
  • Author : Peter Lacy,Jessica Long,Wesley Spindler
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2019-12-31
  • Total pages : 350
  • ISBN : 9781349959686
  • File Size : 22,5 Mb
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Can we align global production and consumption systems with sustainability? Can business growth actually lead to a healthier planet? Can companies innovate through the circular economy to create competitive advantage and genuine impact? Waste to Wealth proved that the emerging circular economy advantage exists – now Lacy, Long and Spindler show you how to realize it at speed and scale in The Circular Economy Handbook. We stand at a crossroads, with rising geopolitical and geo-economic tensions, massive technological change and a host of social and environmental challenges. We are pushing planetary boundaries to their limits, with climate change and threats to biodiversity and oceans as just a few examples. Significant impacts are already being felt, and both people and planet face potentially catastrophic and irreversible consequences if we don’t urgently change our global model and systems. Our current linear “take, make, waste” models of production and consumption will not be sustainable in a world of some 9 billion people by 2050, especially with ever-expanding rates of consumption. Thriving within these dynamics demands more than incremental adjustments to business-as-usual. The circular economy offers a powerful means to decouple growth from use of scarce and harmful resources, enabling greater production and consumption with fewer negative environmental impacts—at the same time, making companies more innovative and competitive. In fact, this book shows that $4.5 trillion in economic value is at stake. Delivering on the promise of a circular economy demands impact and scale, extending through value chains and, ultimately, disrupting the entire economic system. In The Circular Economy Handbook, the authors illuminate the path from insight to action, from linear to circular. With case studies, advice and practical guidance, they show leaders how to pivot towards a holistic circular organization, embedding circularity internally and delivering broad-based system change. With unique insights across business models, technologies, and industries – featuring stories and real-world examples from circular pioneers – this book is the essential guide to help companies become leaders in the movement to secure the circular economy advantage.

Dynamics in Logistics

Dynamics in Logistics
  • Author : Michael Freitag,Herbert Kotzab,Nicole Megow
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-12-02
  • Total pages : 324
  • ISBN : 9783030886622
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This open access book highlights the interdisciplinary aspects of logistics research. Featuring empirical, methodological, and practice-oriented articles, it addresses the modelling, planning, optimization and control of processes. Chiefly focusing on supply chains, logistics networks, production systems, and systems and facilities for material flows, the respective contributions combine research on classical supply chain management, digitalized business processes, production engineering, electrical engineering, computer science and mathematical optimization. To celebrate 25 years of interdisciplinary and collaborative research conducted at the Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics (LogDynamics), in this book hand-picked experts currently or formerly affiliated with the Cluster provide retrospectives, present cutting-edge research, and outline future research directions.

Skills Development for Sustainable Manufacturing

Skills Development for Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Author : Christianah Ijagbemi,Harold Campbell
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release Date : 2017-11-29
  • Total pages : 106
  • ISBN : 9789535136453
  • File Size : 18,8 Mb
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Globally, manufacturing facilities have taken a new turn with a mix of advanced robotics to fully unify production systems. Today's era of manufacturing has embraced smart manufacturing techniques by delving into intelligent manufacturing system of advances in robotics, controllers, sensors, and machine learning giving room for every aspect of the plant to be constantly accessible, monitored, controlled, redesigned, and adapted for required adjustments. Skill development within the manufacturing sector presents the advantage of high-quality products and can as well address long-term employment concerns through job creation. The development of skills for sustainable manufacturing is crucial to ensuring an efficient transition to a competitive economy by matching supply and demand for key skills. A number of factors ranging from green innovation, climate change, advances in technology, and global economic downturn are driving the need for a competitive and sustainable manufacturing value chain. The complexity of today's factories calls for new and existing workers to up-skill in order to influence design changes and production efficiency toward sustainable manufacturing.

Design for Innovative Value Towards a Sustainable Society

Design for Innovative Value Towards a Sustainable Society
  • Author : Mitsutaka Matsumoto,Yasushi Umeda,Keijiro Masui,Shinichi Fukushige
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2012-04-03
  • Total pages : 1195
  • ISBN : 9789400730106
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Since the first EcoDesign International Symposium held in 1999, this symposium has led the research and practices of environmentally conscious design of products, services, manufacturing systems, supply chain, consumption, as well as economics and society. EcoDesign 2011 - the 7th International Symposium on Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing - was successfully held in the Japanese old capital city of Kyoto, on November 30th – December 2nd, 2011. The subtitle of EcoDesign 2011 is to “design for value innovation towards sustainable society.” During this event, presenters discussed the way to achieve both drastic environmental consciousness and value innovation in order to realise a sustainable society.