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Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing

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      • Source title: Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing: Volume 2

        StatementSpringer
        PublishersSpringer
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        LC ClassificationsApr 27, 2016
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 90 p. :
        Number of Pages55
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 109811006059
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Publication date 03 May 2016• Illustrations note 20 Tables, color; 73 Illustrations, black and white; VIII, 114 p.

2016 edition March 11, 2016• By taking advantage of additive manufacturing capabilities, companies can rethink business models or spin-off secondary businesses. By nature, these products and parts are lighter, resulting in improved fuel efficiencies and a reduction in carbon emissions during the production life cycle.

Most existing research is in process- and system-specific modeling, and few AM processes and systems have been studied, with generally premature conclusions. The review covers statistical data analysis, eco-design for AM, process- and system-specific modeling, and multi-criteria optimization.

Product Redesign: Traditional manufacturing is limited by design for manufacturing DfM and design for assembly DfA. Additive manufacturing allows companies to eliminate these inventories and serve customers on an on-demand and local basis. He is acting as an editor, editorial board member and reviewer for many international peer-reviewed journals of textiles and environmental science disciplines.

Sustainability is not new for any area of industry, including additive manufacturing, and there are currently a number of ongoing research projects, both in industry and in academic institutions, that are investigating sustainability, embedded carbon and research activities which would need to be done in the future to move this technology towards sustainable mainstream production.

Editors Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu Monica Mahesh Savalani• At Jabil we strive to make ANYTHING POSSIBLE and EVERYTHING BETTER. With new product designs and the use of new materials, any additive manufacturing by-products or waste can, for example, be recycled and reused as filler in resins or to support the development of new materials made from these by-products. Additive manufacturing opens opportunities for recycling, reuse, repair, and refurbishment, and remanufacture of parts, Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing, and materials.

What is Sustainable Additive Manufacturing? It describes the details of this technology and its implications on the entire product life cycle sustainability, as well as embedded carbon and the further research needed to move this technology towards sustainable, mainstream production.

Bestsellers rank 3,804,473 Energy efficiency of metallic powder bed additive manufacturing processes. And this is exactly where additive manufacturing comes in.

This gives companies the chance to extend product lifecycles and to take advantage of service-based business models, enhancing the sustainability of the original parts and material and creating stronger economic value.

Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing: Volume 1: Muthu, Subramanian Senthilkannan, Savalani, Monica Mahesh: 9789811005480: irgroup.com: Books

Additive manufacturing processes and materials have been developing at a quickening rate for the past 30 years, and today we understand how these developments can have strong sustainability benefits.

Her areas of research specialty include Advanced Additive Manufacturing on metals, polymers and composites and the development of novel technologies. He has more than 80 academic publications in various textiles and environmental journals to his credit. have a Head of Sustainability, or at least an internal champion to take ownership?