Solving Problems with LCA
SLN 81508 FALL 2012 SYLLABUS
course credits 3 semester credits
The course can be taken as 598 for graduate students or 494 for undergraduates.
The course is limited to 20 students.
time and location Monday mornings, 8:40 a
1. Calculate the amount of ethyl alcohol that can be burned in the air in a hall of 6 x 10 x 2.75 m, in the
city of Mexico being at 24oC; How much heat is generated (in Kcal)?
V = 6 x 10 x 2.75m Qs = Cc x P.C.I.
V = 165 m3
The glass was strong leader without rival, for food and chemical products and general
warehousing, until the eighteenth century when the tin can was invented. Found remains of
glass from 7000 BC and the first factory in 1500 B.C.
DESIGN refrigerating and / or freezing
Generally it divided into two stages:
1st stage: set or camera LAYOUT defined for freezing or cooling a given amount of product.
LAYOUT: defines the space, distribution space anywhere and distribution equipment.
CAREER DESIGN PLANS
This task is similar to the previous one, except that now the matrix is a transition back to another
also new position. The task provides a formal solution to one of the most vexatious problems of
reengineering. This task develops meas
This task defines each process and identify the number of state changes. Defines the critical success
factors. Identify the inputs and outputs of the process, as well as any additional stimulus to cause a state
TASK 2. 5: IDENT
An industrial plant is an assembly of machinery and other facilities conveniently arranged in
suitable buildings or places whose function is to transform material or energy according to a
preset basic process. The role of men within this
THE FIVE STAGES OF RAPID RE-ENGINEERING:
We call quick re-engineering, or rapid re, our methodology process reengineering (RP), because it has
been designed to produce substantive results quickly, usually within six months to a year.
Quick re designed to
Safety Control Process "
Being involved in a catastrophic accident can change your life forever. For very creepy to be heard,
catastrophic accidents can occur for a simple mistake. Wrongly labeled a tank, misplacing a number in a
controller, or misinterpr
Safeguards against fire, humidity, theft and general deterioration should be included, to the extent
possible, the original distribution, rather than later add cages, doors and gates.
11. unidirectional flow.
There should cross paths wit
MODELLING entity relationships
This task identifies relationships between entities. It also identifies the direction and cardinality of these
relations, that is, if the ratio is one to one, about many, or many-to-many, and which entity is "owned" by
D 243 Design for Ecology and Social Equity Quiz 1 on Tuesday, 17 February 2015, multiple
choice 80 points, short answer 10 points, total 90 points: Okala module handout other
information Introduction to Ecological design? + Papanek reading 17 Evolution of
Design for Ecology 8. Social Equity
Class notes 24 February 2015
Impacts of Materials I
Materials and processes aretorganize these in the approximate historical sequence
of development. Materials and pr
-A process tree maps the transformation of primary resources and materials throughout the life
cycle of a product system.
-To trigger common sense thinking about ecological impacts and design pr
Quiz 2 study guide
The quiz on Thursday, 5 March has 23 multiple-choice questions for 69 points and
short-answer questions for 19 points. It covers Impacts of Materials I & II and
Elements of Product Life Cycle handouts, chapters 1, 2, 5 and 15 in Okala
oxic substance exposure
Inert (non-toxic) metal
Plating of metal parts
mm 243 Design for Ecology and Social Equity
Philip White, ASU Associate Professor
19 March 2015
LCA of 8 Stereo System Part 1
Lifecycle assessment of a stereo system
This three-person assignment is due on Tuesday, 31 March by 10:29 am, and graded f
The system bill of materials (SBOM) quanties every physical [mug in the lifetime of the product. It includes all
materials in the product and packaging, major material processmg steps In manufacturing,
energy, fuel and any materials consumed during use,