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10-GSCM-3May-web - GSCM Spring 2007 Session 10 May 3...

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Unformatted text preview: GSCM Spring 2007 Session 10 May 3 Example of the use of Life Cycle evaluations during the re-design of production facilities Technology of interest: Application operation of corrosion protection to rear axles (DC) GSCM Spring 2007 Session 10 May 3 Current design: Concept for corrosion protection: solvent based paint Overspray: no recycling Considered options: New concept for corrosion protection: water based/ conservation Overspray: different recycling options GSCM Spring 2007 Session 10 May 3 Goal of project: Analysis of the environmental (Life Cycle Assessment) and economic aspects considering the total life cycle of different design options to determine to preferable design option from a holistic point of view. Why ? Consideration of environmental aspects within the decision making process as third dimension in addition to economy and technology. GSCM Spring 2007 Session 10 May 3 Boundary conditions Painted rear axle Paint shop incl. dryer Production of paint Overspray- handling Overspray Treatment of exhaust air Exhaust air of dryer Conditioning of supply air if required by option for overspray handling Production of External energy Auxilliaries Intermediates Rear axle, not painted Emissions to air, soil and water Recycling of Overspray Energy recovery Boundary conditions Painted rear axle Paint shop incl. dryer Production of paint Overspray- handling Overspray Treatment of exhaust air Exhaust air of dryer Conditioning of supply air if required by option for overspray handling Production of External energy Auxilliaries Intermediates Rear axle, not painted Emissions to air, soil and water Recycling of Overspray Energy recovery Boundary conditions GSCM Spring 2007 Session 10 May 3 Economic analysis The economic analysis is focusing on the differences of the different design options focusing on: Investment costs Cost of operation (e.g. power, water, natural gas, wear parts etc.) Material costs Logistic- and storage costs Labor costs (e.g. operation, maintenance, training etc.) Labor specific equipment (e.g. protection clothes etc.) Controlling and quality assurance Transport- and storage packaging Reporting (e.g. audits etc.) Waste treatment (e.g. landfill, recycling) Waste water treatment Emissions to air (e.g. filter, TNV etc.) Area related costs (e.g. rent, overhead etc.) GSCM Spring 2007 Session 10 May 3 Execution of study Who has to be involved: a) Company who is interested in new design/ re-design, Planning department of production facilities Environmental department Technical staff, e.g. testing if recycled material meets technical specification Purchasing a) Developing companies of different design options: Designer Sales a) Material supplier Technical staff, e.g. testing if recovered material can be recycled Sales a) Life Cycle expert Technical staff to conduct the study, e.g. modeling within LCA software, Technical staff to conduct the study, e....
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 289 taught by Professor Geyer during the Spring '07 term at UCSB.

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