L07 Slide 50 Product Life Cycle Disposal 436 Disposal Reuse Remanufacture

L07 slide 50 product life cycle disposal 436 disposal

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L07 Slide 50 Product Life Cycle Disposal (4.3.6) Disposal Reuse/ Remanufacture Recycle/ Composted Incineration/ Waste conversion Landfill Sub-stages Remove the product from the consumer’s possession Car alternators Cans, organics Syngas Target 70 Examples
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L07 Slide 51 Product Life Cycle Disposal (4.3.6) Source:
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L07 Slide 52 Example: Durham York Energy Center Source:
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L07 Slide 53 Life Cycle Design (4.6)
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L07 Slide 54 Perspective Drawings by: C. W. Miller, “Dream Airplanes”. Design Engineer, Vega Aircraft Corp, 1948.
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L07 Slide 55 Strategies for Life Cycle Design (4.10) Facilitate Disassembly Select Low Impact Resources Minimize Resources Minimize energy and materials resources Eco-compatible materials, processes, energy sources Durable & intensely usable products / services Increase the value of disposed materials Design with the intent of separating parts & materials Extend Material Lifespan Optimize Product Lifespan
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L07 Slide 56 Implications of Life Cycle Design (4.8) Some approaches may reduce certain environmental impacts, but may increase overall impacts Example: Cardboard furniture Extend Material Lifespan Optimize Product Lifespan Designed by Frank Gehry in 1968-72
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L07 Slide 57 Priorities Amongst Strategies (4.12) Consumer Goods Goods that are used up Minimize resource consumption Use low impact resources Throw-away goods (e.g. newspapers, razor blades) Extend the product lifespan Durable Goods If they consume little resources during usage Minimize resource impact Extend product lifetime If they consume many resources in use Reduce resource consumption
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Low Maintenance/Repair High End-of-life Treatments Production Service cost Use Remanufacturing or reuse costs? High Disposal Low Remanufacturing or reuse Recycling or incineration costs? High Discard Low Recycling or Incineration Reclaim Environmental Priorities and Disposal Costs (4.14)
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L07 Slide 59 Challenges with LCD ( not Liquid Crystal Display ) High Amount of information required about processes Unpredictable technological evolution Partial role of the designer
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L07 Slide 60 Case Study Bloomberg Terminal
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