Sustainability Assessment & Energy Efficiency Oriented Simulation
Sustainability assessment is considered as one of the crucial strategies to realize sustainable design and manufacturing process. In this talk, I will present a modular design methodology for achieving sustainable design as well as fulfilling functional requirements with a novelty 6R concept (reuse, recycle, reduce, recover, redesign, and remanufacture). For the sustainable assessment of machining process, a new approach was proposed on the consideration of environmental, economic, and social criteria for selecting the optimal machining strategy from sustainable manufacturing viewpoint. Then, an energy consumption modeling was developed to characterize the relationship between machining process variables and energy consumption for material removal processes based on thermal equilibrium and empirical modelling. Face milling test was conducted on CNC machining center to illustrate validity of the proposed method to define sustainability performance of machining process, and optimize the energy-saving of a machining workshop
Missouri University of Science and Technology
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Fall 2015 - Bernard Sarchet Graduate Seminar Series
Yan, Jihong, "Sustainability Assessment & Energy Efficiency Oriented Simulation" (2015). Engineering Management and Systems Engineering Videos. Paper 70.
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