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Title Sustainability through innovation in product life cycle design / Mitsutaka Matsumoto, Keijiro Masui, Shinichi Fukushige and Shinsuke Kondoh, editors.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, 2016.

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Series EcoProduction
Subject New products -- Environmental aspects.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Alt Name Matsumoto, Mitsutaka, editor.
Masui, Keijiro, editor.
Fukushige, Shinichi, editor.
Kondoh, Shinsuke, editor.
Ohio Library and Information Network.
Description 1 online resource (1000 pages).
Contents Preface; Cooperating Reviewers; Contents; Part I: Product Development for Sustainability; Investigating Types of Information from WEEE Take-Back Systems in Order to Promote Design for Recovery; 1 Introduction; 2 Theoretical Background; 2.1 Recovery Scenarios; 2.2 Product Life-Cycle Information; 3 Types of Information from the WEEE Take-Back Systems; 3.1 Macroscopic Information; 3.2 Microscopic Information; 4 Case Studies; 4.1 French WEEE Compliance Scheme; 4.2 Swedish IT Remanufacturing Organisation; 5 Discussion; 6 Conclusion; References; A Framework for Sustainable Product Development.
1 Introduction1.1 Motivation; 1.2 Goals; 1.3 Research Methodology; 2 State of the Art; 2.1 Frameworks; 2.2 Methods and Approaches; 2.3 Conclusion; 3 Challenges; 3.1 Life-Cycle Thinking; 3.2 Front-Loading; 3.3 Modelling of Objectives; 3.4 Selection of Methods; 3.5 Pareto Principle; 4 Framework; 4.1 Problem Layer; 4.2 Goal Layer; 4.3 Action Layer; 5 Use Case; 6 Conclusion; 7 Outlook; References; Reducing Conflicts of Interest in Eco-design: The Relation of Innovation Management and Eco-design in the Automotive Sector; 1 Introduction; 2 Eco-design in Strategic Management.
3 Eco-design in Innovation Management and Product Development4 Eco-design in the End-of-Life Phase; 5 Discussion and Outlook; References; Computer-Aided Design for Semi-destructive Disassembly; 1 Introduction; 2 Computer-Aided Design for Semi-destructive Disassembly; 2.1 Outline of the CAD System; 2.2 Shell Classification; 2.3 Generation of Split Line Candidates; 2.3.1 Definition of ̀̀Removabilitý́ Between Rigid Bodies; 2.3.2 Setting of Extraction Directions to Targets; 2.3.3 Calculation of Removable Region; 2.3.4 Generation of Baselines as Candidates of a Split Line; 3 Case Study.
4 Discussion5 Conclusion; References; Potential of Common Methods to Integrate Sustainability Requirements in the Product Development Process: A Case Study; 1 Introduction; 2 Sustainability in Product Development; 2.1 Development of Economically Sustainable Products; 2.1.1 Objectives; 2.1.2 Methodological Tools; 2.2 Development of Ecologically Sustainable Products; 2.2.1 Objectives; 2.2.2 Methodological Tools; 2.3 Development of Socially Sustainable Products; 2.3.1 Objectives; 2.3.2 Methodological Tools; 2.4 Sustainability Relevant Design-for-X Approaches; 3 Research Methodology.
4 Case Study: Ice Crusher4.1 Analysis and Discussion of Applied Methods; 4.1.1 Requirement Specification; 4.1.2 Relation-Oriented Function Modeling; 4.1.3 Reverse Engineering; 4.1.4 Weighted Points Rating; 4.2 Final Discussion; 5 Conclusion and Outlook; References; Part II: Design for Sustainability in Emerging Economies; Perspectives on Sustainable Product Design Methodology Focused on Local Communities; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 2.1 Globalization and Glocalization; 2.2 Field Observation and Local Development Team; 2.3 Appropriate Technology and Co-design.
Note 2.4 Reverse Engineering and Redesign.
Access Available to OhioLINK libraries.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789811004711 (electronic bk.)
9811004714 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 959150835
Additional Format Print version: Matsumoto, Mitsutaka. Sustainability Through Innovation in Product Life Cycle Design. Singapore : Springer Singapore, ©2016 9789811004698