Design of sustainable product life cycles

Jörg Niemann (Editor), Serge Tichkiewitch (Editor), Engelbert Westkamper (Editor), Lars Aldinger, Aitor Alzaga, Paul Baguley, Thomas Bittner, Claudio Boër, Donna Bossin, Alan Bramley, Daniel Brissaud, Frank Bünting, Ahmed Bufardi, George Chryssolouris, Marcello Colledani, Max Dinkelmann, Dov Dori, Gheorge Draghici, Anca Draghici, Nicolaas Deetlefs Du PreezRafael Enparantza, Anath Fischer, Matt Giess, Ion Grozav, Holger Haag, Haygazun Hayka, Elizabeth Ilie-Zudor, Francesco Jovane, Hubert Kals, Christian Kind, Torsten Kjellberg, Hitoshi Komoto, Frank-Lothar Krause, Eric Lutters, Paul George Maropoulos, Peter Matthews, Dimitris Mavrikios, Gila Molcho, László Monostori, Frédéric Noel, Olof Nyqvist, Henri Paris, Victoria Rogstrand, Ricardo Romero, Uwe Rothenburg, Lionel Roucoules, Marco Sacco, Konstantinos Salonitis, Ronit Schneor, Moshe Shpitalni, Avraham Shtub, Gunilla Sivard, Panagiotis Stavropoulos, Marcus Stolz, Freek L.S. te Riele, Tullio Tolio, Tetsuo Tomiyama, Marten Toxopeus, Cristian Turc, Marcello Urgo, Otto P. Van Driel, Fred J.A.M. Van Houten, József Váncza, Paul Xirouchakis

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    Abstract

    Product life cycle design - Generating sustainable product life cycles explains the importance of a holistic long-term planning and management approach to reaching a maximum product benefit over the entire life cycle. The paradigm of thinking in product life cycles supports manufacturers in shaping successful products. The book promotes various methods and tools for life cycle management and merges them into an integrated planning approach. In this monograph Europe's leading academic experts in the field of life cycle management have consolidated their expertise. Readers will learn about different tools and methods for life cycle modelling and digital information support. Industrial examples show how a consistent product data management with closed-loop information cycles enables manufacturers to activate the hidden performance potentials of their products and in their production lines. In this respect Product life cycle design also illustrates the benefits of a networked production including integrated product service systems and innovative business models, and presents methods for evaluating the economic and ecological impacts of life cycle design, highlighting them with practical examples. The book addresses professionals as well as researchers and students from the field of life cycle management. Practitioners and researchers pursuing life cycle excellence will benefit from the comprehensive coverage of methods and various examples from industry.

    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg
    PublisherSpringer
    Number of pages209
    ISBN (Electronic)978-3-540-79083-9
    ISBN (Print)9783540790815
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2009

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    Keywords

    • Collaborative engineering
    • Design
    • Engineering design
    • Innovation
    • Knowledge management
    • Life-cycle-management
    • Manufacturing
    • PLM
    • Conceptual pre-design
    • Enterprise modelling
    • Life cycle design
    • Product design
    • Product life cycle management
    • Product modelling
    • Sustainable product

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    Niemann, J. (Ed.), Tichkiewitch, S. (Ed.), Westkamper, E. (Ed.), Aldinger, L., Alzaga, A., Baguley, P., ... Xirouchakis, P. (2009). Design of sustainable product life cycles. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-79083-9