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Work in teams of 4 Know other teams in your cluster
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L01 Slide 12
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L01 Slide 13 Deliverable 0: Group Sign-up & Project Selection
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L01 Slide 14 Deliverable 0: Group Sign-up & Project Selection
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L01 Slide 15 Deliverable 0: Group Sign-up & Project Selection
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L01 Slide 16 Deliverable 0: Group Sign-up & Project Selection
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L01 Slide 17 Deliverable 0: Group Sign-up & Project Selection
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L01 Slide 18 Deliverable 0: Group Sign-up & Project Selection
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L01 Slide 19 Course-Specific Feedback
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L01 Slide 20 Course-Specific Feedback
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L01 Slide 21 Course-Specific Feedback
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L01 Slide 22 Paper beats plastic? How to rethink environmental folklore
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January 11 & 14, 2019 L01-Part 2: Life-Cycle Thinking
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L01 Slide 24 Objective This course will provide you with information, tools, strategies and case studies needed to include “design for environment” in your future work as an engineer.
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L01 Slide 25 What is Design for Environment? The systematic consideration of design performance with respect to environmental , health, safety, and sustainability objectives over the full product and process life cycle Product : A physical item being supplied Process : A designed sequence of actions intended to create a product
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L01 Slide 26 Characteristics of Design for Environment 1) Proactive Considers the environmental impacts when designing products and processes 2) Comprehensive It is comprehensive for Environmental impacts and Design issues 3) Considers the whole product life The whole life cycle of a product and its material flow Materials inputs Energy inputs Gaseous outputs Liquid outputs Solid outputs Environmental Technical (Function) Economic (Cost) Societal Impacts: Issues:
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L01 Slide 27 Benefits of Design for Environment Development Manufacture Use Disposal Less process waste and emissions More efficient resource use Less packaging Less waste in maintenance Longer useful product life Less toxic or hazardous materials More recovery & reuse Apply life cycle thinking Business impacts
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L01 Slide 28 Why Should Engineers Consider the Environmental Impacts of Their Products and Processes? 1. Environmental Degradation 2. Ethics 3. Regulations 4. Economic Penalties and Benefits 5. Legal Penalties 6. Professional Penalties 7. Marketing 8. Certification
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L01 Slide 29 Life Cycle and Life Cycle Thinking The dictionary definition of life cycle : “A series of stages or changes in the life of an organism” Here we consider this definition for physical products and processes Cradle to Grave Cradle to ? Image Source:
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