METHODS ANALYSIS OF REMANUFACTURING OPTIONS FOR REPEATED LIFECYCLE OF STARTERS AND ALTERNATORS
2010 (English)In: 7th International DAAAM Baltic Conference"INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING"22-24 April 2010, Tallinn, Estonia / [ed] R. Kyttner, Estonia: Tallinn University of Technology , 2010, 340-345 p.Conference paper (Refereed)
The Design for Repeatedly Utilization (DFRU) is a proposed conceptto be used in the product realizationprocess to ensure optimum useable life (forinstance in terms of economy, resourceusage, environmental impact etc.) ofproducts or parts of products enablingmultiple lifecycle. In the DFRU approachproducts are restored as new like productsthrough remanufacturing processes. Theterm remanufacturing has been interpreteddifferently by different researchers and theindustries that are involved inremanufacturing business use differentapproaches to remanufacture theirproducts. In this paper the starter motorand alternator of automotives has beenused to demonstrate the novel concepts.The purpose of this paper is to expresswhat remanufacturing means in ourconcept, model their major lifecycleaspects and create a simulation modelfrom it. This is a preliminary work towardsdefining and specifying the processes,methods and design properties in DFRU.The work will be further extended to aholistic business model which can facilitateDFRU approach in an efficient way. Infuture the model will be developed andadopted to create new models for otherproducts appropriate for remanufacturingand eventually DFRU.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Estonia: Tallinn University of Technology , 2010. 340-345 p.
Starter motor, alternator, remanufacturing, systems dynamic, DFRU
Research subject SRA - Production
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:kth:diva-27730ISI: 000290548900056ScopusID: 2-s2.0-84920504731ISBN: 978-9985-59-982-2OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kth-27730DiVA: diva2:380347
7th International DAAAM Baltic Conference"INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING"22-24 April 2010, Tallinn, Estonia
FunderXPRES - Initiative for excellence in production research
QC 201101102010-12-212010-12-212016-05-23Bibliographically approved