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Yale journal explores advances in sustainable manufacturing
Date:8/26/2014

based on artificial intelligence for the identification of sustainable materials.

  • Esther Sanye-Mengual from the Universitat Autnoma de Barcelona and colleagues argue that the maintenance of products and strategies to influence that maintenance should be included in product design and communications with users.

  • In a complementary article, Livier Serna-Mansoux and colleagues from SEATECH/SUPMECA in France assess the relationship between consumers and products and suggest strategies that could "nudge" consumers to use products in a way that exacts lower environmental costs.

  • Karsten Schischke from the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM and colleagues explore the potential energy savings and efficiency benefits through eco-design standards for industrial equipment, including welding equipment.

  • Quanyin Tan from Tsinghua University and colleagues quantify the benefits of remanufacturing older products in China.

    "As this special issue of the Journal of Industrial Ecology shows, advances in life cycle engineering hold great promise for a more sustainable manufacturing sector," said Peter Crane, Dean of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES). "From innovations in the manufacturing process itself, to designs that change the way consumers use products, the potential for improved environmental performance is profound."


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  • Contact: Kevin Dennehy
    kevin.dennehy@yale.edu
    203-436-4842
    Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
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