Life Cycle Networks: Proceedings of the 4th CIRP International Seminar on Life Cycle Engineering 26–27 June 1997, Berlin, Germany

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Springer Science & Business Media, 6 gru 2012 - 482
The globalisation of markets and the expansion of product responsibility into the entire product life cycle lead to an increasing competitive situation for nationally and internationally operating companies. Therefore, to win this competition the use of the most effective and efficient resources regarding the whole product life cycle is necessary. Since these resources are globally distributed the different tasks both within a phase of product life cycle and those spread over different phases are distributed as well. The global interference of these tasks requires a close multilateral co-operation of the companies concerned. Current information- and communication technologies and modern management concepts offer high potentials to meet these requirements. The international seminar of CIRP on Life Cycle Engineering titled "Life Cycle Networks" was a forum for the presentation and discussion of current research work and recent advancements on these strategic issues for current and future engineering. Complex requirements and innovative solutions to support and realise Life Cycle Networks has been revealed and summerised. The employment of information technology to support both specific phases of product life cycle and holistic approaches will be the main focus. This volume contains the papers presented at the seminar which provide opportunities to identify the state-of-the-art and address future needs. The parts in this volume correspond to the sessions of the seminar and are presented under the following headings: Life Cycle Management; Life Cycle Design; Design for Environment; Design for Recycling; Life Cycle Assessment; Disassembly; IT-Networks.
 

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COMMET design of environmentfriendly products by using
12
Application of PDM technology for product life cycle management
17
Life cycle management at Brødrene Hartmann AS strategy
32
Logistic strategies for the realization of a life cycle economy
43
PART TWO Life Cycle Design
57
Sustainable lifecycle engineering a challenge for design science
69
Product life cycle modelling by design working spaces and planning spaces
79
A holistic approach to life cycle design
92
Model guided recycling oriented product design
225
Determination and evaluation of the optimal end of life strategy
251
Environmentoriented assessments for the lifecycle engineering
264
NORDLIST LCA lifecycle assessment in product development
289
Selecting green design strategies on the basis of ecoefficiency calculations
313
Innovations for environment and recycling based on the common
335
Total disassembleability a function of product design
357
Implementation and testing of a reactive disassembly planner
378

PART THREE Design for Environment
105
Organisational requirements for achieving environmentally conscious
121
Ecopotential as a tool for design for environment
132
Product development integration of environmental aspects
152
Design for environment computer based product and process development
174
Environmental aspects of sheet metal forming
188
Methodical scope for design processes for recycling and maintenance
203
A disassembly information system
400
Disassembly structures an approach to understand product structures
413
Cooperative product data modelling in life cycle networks
434
The green browser an internetbased information sharing tool
454
Web based tools in support of life cycle engineering
467
Keyword index
481
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