Design and Manufacture for Sustainable Development 2004

Design and Manufacture for Sustainable Development 2004

By: Bernard Hon (author), Tracy Bhamra (author)Hardback

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Sustainable development is now becoming a matter that must be addressed at both strategic and operational level, whether driven by legislation, the 'greening of the marketplace', supply chain requirements, or the pressure of events associated with climate change. Design and Manufacture for Sustainable Development 2004 is an international volume including papers by distinguished authors for academia and industry. These international papers encompass the holistic study and interchange of ideas on the theory, practice, tools, and methodology for the entire product life cycle within the framework of sustainable development.

Contents

Keynote Papers; Object lessons - enduring artefacts and sustainable solutions; S Walker 3; Critical friendships - 'non-Government organizations' (NGOs) as a stimulus for sustainable innovation and change; C Sherwin 23; Strategies for End of Life; Investigation into the use of engineering polymers as actuators to produce 'automatic disassembly' of electronic products; H Hussein and D Harrison 35; Remanufacturing - a key strategy for sustainable development; W L Ijomah, C McMahon, and S Childe 51; The automation of sustainability via re-use, modularization, and fuzzy logic; P Baguley, D Bramall, P Maropoulos, and T Page 65; Understanding Consumers to Create Sustainable Products; The 'recycled consumer' - evidence and design implications; P Micklethwaite 77; Supra-functional factors in sustainable products; D Weightman and D McDonagh 91; Product design informed by life-cycle information - initial results from ELIMA; M Simon, L Allman, K Yang, and T Cock 103; Strategies Towards Factor 10; EcoDesign and future environmental impacts; J Jeswiet and M Hauschild 113; Understanding the potential opportunities provided by service-orientated concepts to improve resource productivity; M Cook 123; Extending product life - the forgotten challenge; R Dodds 135; Sustainable Design Education; Factor 10 - the changing landscape of learning; E Dewberry 145; Designing and teaching a sustainable design course at Purdue University; J A Stuart and I Hua 157; The EcoDesign co-operative - a global initiative to enhance EcoDesign education through courseware exchange; W Dewulf, D Cleymans, J Duflou, and J Jeswiet 167; Methods and Tools for Sustainable Design; Beyond the Eco-Functional Matrix - design for sustainability and the Durham methodology; T D Short and C A Lynch 175; MAAP - a method to assess the adaptability of products; B Willems, J Duflou, W Dewulf, G Seliger, and B Basdere 185; Exploiting digital enterprise technology in sustainable design and manufacture; D Bramall, P Baguley, and P Maropoulos 199; Case Studies of Sustainable Design; Design decision-making and materials - investigations in the context of recycled polymers; E Norman, O Pedgley, and R Coles 209; Reduction and reuse of waste - design and new-generation plastics; C A Catania and F P La Mantia 221; Solar-powered bus shelter case study - design and development toward sustainability; B Tucker, H Millward, D Murphy, and R James 237; 'Closing the loop' - the role of design in the success of six small UK recycled product manufactures; A Chick and P Micklethwaite 249; Authors' Index 263

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781860584701
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 272
  • ID: 9781860584701
  • weight: 730
  • ISBN10: 1860584705

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