Sustainability Through Innovation in Product Life Cycle Design

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This book consists of chapters based on selected papers presented at the EcoDesign2015 symposium (9th International Symposium on Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing). The symposium, taking place in Tokyo in December 2015, has been leading the research and practices of eco-design of products and product-related services since it was first held in 1999. The proceedings of EcoDesign2011 were also published by Springer. Eco-design of products and product-related services (or product life cycle design) are indispensable to realize the circular economy and to increase resource…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book consists of chapters based on selected papers presented at the EcoDesign2015 symposium (9th International Symposium on Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing). The symposium, taking place in Tokyo in December 2015, has been leading the research and practices of eco-design of products and product-related services since it was first held in 1999. The proceedings of EcoDesign2011 were also published by Springer. Eco-design of products and product-related services (or product life cycle design) are indispensable to realize the circular economy and to increase resource efficiencies of our society. This book covers the state of the art of the research and the practices in eco-design, which are necessary in both developed and developing countries. The chapters of the book, all of which were peer-reviewed, have been contributed by authors from around the world, especially from East Asia, Europe, and Southeast Asia. The features of the book include (1) coverage of the latest topics in the field, e.g., global eco-design management, data usage in eco-design, and social perspectives in eco-design; (2) an increased number of authors from Southeast Asian countries, with a greater emphasis on eco-design in emerging economies; (3) high-quality manuscripts, with the number of chapters less than half of that of the previous book.
  • Produktdetails
  • EcoProduction .0
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin; Springer Singapore; Springer
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: .978-981-10-0469-8, 978-981-10-0469-8
  • 1st ed. 2017
  • Erscheinungstermin: 3. Oktober 2016
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 156mm x 55mm
  • Gewicht: 1818g
  • ISBN-13: 9789811004698
  • ISBN-10: 9811004692
  • Artikelnr.: 44326912
Autorenporträt
Dr. Mitsutaka Matsumoto, Senior researcher, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan
Dr. Keijiro Masui, Research group leader, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan
Prof. Shinichi Fukushige, Associate professor, Osaka University, Japan
Dr. Shinsuke Kondoh, Senior researcher, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan
Inhaltsangabe
'Investigating types of information from WEEE take-back systems in order to promote Design for Recovery.- A Framework for Sustainable Product Development.- Reducing conflicts of interest in Eco-Design - the relation of innovation management and Eco-Design in the automotive sector.- Computer-Aided Design for Semi-Destructive Disassembly.- Potential of Common Methods to Integrate Sustainability Requirements in the Product Development Process - a Case Study.- Perspectives on Sustainable Product Design Methodology Focused on Local Communities.- Proposal of a Design Method for Local Oriented Manufacturing in Developing Countries 1st report: Problem description and knowledge representation.- Environment-community-human-oriented (ECHO) design - a context-appropriate design-thinking process for well-being of individuals, communities, and the local environment.- Persuasive Design Aid for Products Leading to LOHAS Considering User Type.- Preliminary Research on the Perception and Implementation of Sustainable Supply Chain in Indonesian Companies.- Analysis of User Needs for Solar Cooker Acceptance.- Sustainable Renewable Energy Financing: Case Study of Kenya.- Oil and Gas industry's role on the transition to a low-carbon future in Thailand.- Material recovery and environmental impact by informal e-waste recycling site in the Philippines.- Actors and System Maps - A Methodology for Developing Product/Service Systems.- PSS without PSS Design - Possible Causes, Effects and Solutions.- A method of selecting customer-oriented service and delivery modes in designing environmentally benign product service systems.- Design for Remanufacturing and Circular Business Models.- Development of Low-Carbon Society Businesses in Japan.- What is 'value' and how can we capture it from the product value chain?.- How Japanese companies can contribute to water sustainability.- Analysis of Disassembly Characteristics and PSS Proposal by Component Reuse of Mobile Phones.- Seller-Buyer Matching for Promoting Product Reuse Using Distanced-Based User-Grouping.- User model in the life cycle simulation of mechanical parts based on Prospect theory.- Research on Corporate Social Responsibility Advertising Design.- Systems Approach to Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Solutions: Method & Implementation.- Integrated Production and Transportation Scheduling for Low-Carbon Supply Chains.- Usage of a Digital Eco-Factory for a Printed-Circuit Assembly Line.- A Negotiation Model for Closed-Loop Supply Chains with Consideration for Economically Collecting Reusable Products.- Concept Proposal and Feasibility Study of Remote Recycling - Separation Characteristics and Cost-Profit Analysis-.- Simulation-based uncertainty quantification in end-of-life operations for strategic development of urban mines.- The potential of additive manufacturing technology for realizing a sustainable society.- Bio-Degradable Mechatronic Products by Additive Manufacturing.- The Monitoring of Three-Dimensional Printer Filament Feeding Process using an Acoustic Emission Sensor.- Selective volume fusing method for cellular structure integration.- Recovery of Metals from E-waste Mediated by Molten CRT Lead Glass.- Rethinking the Ecodesign Policy Mix in Europe.- Global Initiative on UPCYCLE Carbon Footprint Certification and Label Systems for Creative Waste Management and Greenhouse Gas Reduction.- Sustainable energy strategy primarily involving renewable resources in Japan.- Participatory design as a tool for effective sustainable energy transitions.- A Fuzzy Monte Carlo Simulation Technique for Sustainable Society Scenario (3S) Simulator.- The minerals-energy nexus - past, present and future.- Estimation of reduction in CO2 emissions by using ICT throughout Japan.- The Role of Industrial Design in Effective Post-Disaster Management.- Undergraduate Students Designing Environmental Concern Products