Sustainability in manufacturing: Recovery of resources in product and material cycles

Günther Seliger, Nayim Bayat, Stefano Consiglio, Adil El Mernissi, Thomas Friedrich, Ingo Früsch, René Gegusch, Robert Harms, Robert Hollan, Holger Jungk, Sebastian Kernbaum, Christian Kind, Frank Lothar Krause, Daniel Odry, Carsten Reise, Andreas Romahn, Uwe Rothenburg, G̈nther Seliger, Christian Sönnichsen, Eckart UhlmannMarco Zettl, Robert Ackermann, Julia Dose, Günter Fleischer, Leo Alting, Michael Z. Hauschild, Henrik Wenzel, Helmut Baumgarten, Christian Butz, Nils Pietschmann, Lucienne Blessing, Bruno Gries, Jan Klett, Wang Chengtao, Chen Ming, Dragan Djurdjanovic, Jun Ni, Carl Friedrich Elmer, Américo Guelere Filho, Joao Fernando Gomes Oliveira, Aldo Roberto Ometto, Henrique Rozenfeld, Christoph Herrmann, Jiirgen Hesselbach, Tobias Luger, Jay Lee, Haixia Wang, Andreas Middendorf, Herbert Reichl, Shozo Takata

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    Abstract

    From 1995 to 2006, the German National Science Foundation (DFG) has granted support for the collaborative research centre (Sfb 281) on disassembly factories for the recovery of resources in product and material cycles. Setting up economical and ecological criteria for life cycle engineering, developing software tools in design and planning for ease of disassembly and recycling, implementing processes and equipment for remanufacturing and logistics, and identifying enabling technologies for a change from cradle-to-grave to cycle economy have been essential pathes of research. The perspective of dramatic increase in global resource consumption exceeding ecological limits has continuously drawn initially mere manufacturing research into the reference frame of sustainability. Consequently increasing the use productivity of resources and the equity of wealth distribution among mankind as a global community have been identified as challenges for engineering to cope with. This book is a kind of final report on Sfb 281 results gained in 12 years of research on sustainability in manufacturing at the Technical University of Berlin. This outcome is supplemented by selected contributions of external research partners from Brazil, China, Denmark, Japan and USA. New processes in remanufacturing as cleaning by laser and prototypical realizations of disassembly systems for different products e.g. washing machines, mobile phones or car engines are presented. The paradigm change in manufacturing from how to produce products most efficiently into how to avoid producing products while still maintaining customer satisfaction and corporate profits is addressed. Teaching and learning in a global university environment are identified as powerful means to overcome the barriers of established thinking habits in societal institutions thus coping with the challenge of sustainability.

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
    Number of pages423
    ISBN (Print)9783540498704
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    Sustainable development
    Recovery
    Washing machines
    Customer satisfaction
    Mobile phones
    Industrial plants
    Logistics
    Recycling
    Life cycle
    Cleaning
    Profitability
    Teaching
    Railroad cars
    Productivity
    Engines
    Planning
    Lasers

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Seliger, G., Bayat, N., Consiglio, S., El Mernissi, A., Friedrich, T., Früsch, I., ... Takata, S. (2007). Sustainability in manufacturing: Recovery of resources in product and material cycles. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-49871-1

    Sustainability in manufacturing : Recovery of resources in product and material cycles. / Seliger, Günther; Bayat, Nayim; Consiglio, Stefano; El Mernissi, Adil; Friedrich, Thomas; Früsch, Ingo; Gegusch, René; Harms, Robert; Hollan, Robert; Jungk, Holger; Kernbaum, Sebastian; Kind, Christian; Krause, Frank Lothar; Odry, Daniel; Reise, Carsten; Romahn, Andreas; Rothenburg, Uwe; Seliger, G̈nther; Sönnichsen, Christian; Uhlmann, Eckart; Zettl, Marco; Ackermann, Robert; Dose, Julia; Fleischer, Günter; Alting, Leo; Hauschild, Michael Z.; Wenzel, Henrik; Baumgarten, Helmut; Butz, Christian; Pietschmann, Nils; Blessing, Lucienne; Gries, Bruno; Klett, Jan; Chengtao, Wang; Ming, Chen; Djurdjanovic, Dragan; Ni, Jun; Elmer, Carl Friedrich; Filho, Américo Guelere; Oliveira, Joao Fernando Gomes; Ometto, Aldo Roberto; Rozenfeld, Henrique; Herrmann, Christoph; Hesselbach, Jiirgen; Luger, Tobias; Lee, Jay; Wang, Haixia; Middendorf, Andreas; Reichl, Herbert; Takata, Shozo.

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007. 423 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Seliger, G, Bayat, N, Consiglio, S, El Mernissi, A, Friedrich, T, Früsch, I, Gegusch, R, Harms, R, Hollan, R, Jungk, H, Kernbaum, S, Kind, C, Krause, FL, Odry, D, Reise, C, Romahn, A, Rothenburg, U, Seliger, G, Sönnichsen, C, Uhlmann, E, Zettl, M, Ackermann, R, Dose, J, Fleischer, G, Alting, L, Hauschild, MZ, Wenzel, H, Baumgarten, H, Butz, C, Pietschmann, N, Blessing, L, Gries, B, Klett, J, Chengtao, W, Ming, C, Djurdjanovic, D, Ni, J, Elmer, CF, Filho, AG, Oliveira, JFG, Ometto, AR, Rozenfeld, H, Herrmann, C, Hesselbach, J, Luger, T, Lee, J, Wang, H, Middendorf, A, Reichl, H & Takata, S 2007, Sustainability in manufacturing: Recovery of resources in product and material cycles. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-49871-1
    Seliger G, Bayat N, Consiglio S, El Mernissi A, Friedrich T, Früsch I et al. Sustainability in manufacturing: Recovery of resources in product and material cycles. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007. 423 p. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-49871-1
    Seliger, Günther ; Bayat, Nayim ; Consiglio, Stefano ; El Mernissi, Adil ; Friedrich, Thomas ; Früsch, Ingo ; Gegusch, René ; Harms, Robert ; Hollan, Robert ; Jungk, Holger ; Kernbaum, Sebastian ; Kind, Christian ; Krause, Frank Lothar ; Odry, Daniel ; Reise, Carsten ; Romahn, Andreas ; Rothenburg, Uwe ; Seliger, G̈nther ; Sönnichsen, Christian ; Uhlmann, Eckart ; Zettl, Marco ; Ackermann, Robert ; Dose, Julia ; Fleischer, Günter ; Alting, Leo ; Hauschild, Michael Z. ; Wenzel, Henrik ; Baumgarten, Helmut ; Butz, Christian ; Pietschmann, Nils ; Blessing, Lucienne ; Gries, Bruno ; Klett, Jan ; Chengtao, Wang ; Ming, Chen ; Djurdjanovic, Dragan ; Ni, Jun ; Elmer, Carl Friedrich ; Filho, Américo Guelere ; Oliveira, Joao Fernando Gomes ; Ometto, Aldo Roberto ; Rozenfeld, Henrique ; Herrmann, Christoph ; Hesselbach, Jiirgen ; Luger, Tobias ; Lee, Jay ; Wang, Haixia ; Middendorf, Andreas ; Reichl, Herbert ; Takata, Shozo. / Sustainability in manufacturing : Recovery of resources in product and material cycles. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007. 423 p.
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