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Scenarios In Life-cycle Assessment

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Published by Setac Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Marketing - Research,
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Technology,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Product life cycle,
  • General,
  • Industrial ecology

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    ContributionsBo P. Weidema (Editor), Gerald Rebitzer (Editor), Tomas Ekvall (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9699771M
    ISBN 101880611570
    ISBN 109781880611579

      Life Cycle Assessment of platform chemicals: (phenolic compounds, solvent, soft and hard plastic precursors) from fossil and lignocellulosic biomass scenarios Paperback – Novem by Martin Gallardo Hipolito (Author)Author: Martin Gallardo Hipolito. wastes scenarios have been investigated and modeled. The life-cycle assessment methodology was selected among the environmental impact assessment methods. In this method environmental issues and burdens were quantitated in order to facilitate the comparison. In this regard, options with the least adverse impacts were suggested. Functional unit Author: J. Nouri, N. Nouri, M. Moeeni.

    Environmental Assessment of Municipal Waste Management Scenarios: Part II – Detailed Life Cycle Assessments List of tables Table 1 The baseline distribution File Size: 4MB. Life Cycle Analysis in the Printing Industry: A Review 3 Abstract Abstract Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is the leading tool for estimating environmental effects of products and processes. Despite this wide use, LCA analysis remains problematic and limited. Within the printing industry, one of the primary problems is non-standardized.

    3. Life cycle assessment Life cycle assessment (LCA) is an increasingly popular, multi-disciplinary and systematic tool used for measuring the potential environmental impact of a product or service (Guinee et al., ). An LCA can reveal the major areas of environmental concern, by focusing on the following: – Studying the processes in a. “Printed Scholarly Books and E-reader Reading Devices: A Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Two Book Options” is an analytical report comparing books and E-readers using life cycle assessment by Greg Kozak. It is a very comprehensive report comparing books and E .


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A result of 4 years of deliberation by the working group, this book introduces scenarios in LCA through in-depth discussions and recommendations of methods for future studies. Scenarios in Life-Cycle Assessment provides a basis for further analyses, discussions, and development to fill the gap in knowledge of scenarios in : Paperback.

A result of 4 years of deliberation by the working group, this book introduces scenarios in LCA through in-depth discussions and recommendations of methods for future studies.

Scenarios in Life-Cycle Assessment provides a basis for further analyses, discussions, and development to fill the gap in knowledge of scenarios in LCA.

Life cycle assessment databases and multi-regional input-output tables are adapted based on changes in technology and resources up to under a 2°C scenario. COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Scenarios in Life Cycle Assessment In the literature on life cycle assessments, scenarios are frequently mentioned. Nevertheless, they are rarely used to identify robust, futureproofed or resilient design choices. A possible reason for this mismatch might be found in the definitions given by the European standards on sustainability [18,19].Cited by: 5.

Therefore, it discusses from where scenario planning originates and how it appeared hitherto in architectural design and life cycle assessment.

Thereafter, it explores how assessors can profit from scenarios when raising awareness and co-creating alternatives. Subsequently, a methodological framework for effective scenario development is by: 5.

“My overall impression of the book is that of a rich source of LCA information offered by a large group of LCA experts in their respective fields.” (Int J Life Cycle Assess, 13 March ).

Critiques of Life Cycle Assessment. A Major Qualifying Project. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a process used to track the environmental impact of a product or process. Many projects utilize software or practitioners who perform these Alternative scenarios are a useful way to compare processes such as end-of-life scenarios.

To perform. ILCD Handbook: General guide for Life Cycle Assessment - Detailed guidance First edition v Such are seen as the most appropriate solutions for enabling the efficient use of reliable and robust life cycle approaches in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME).

The development of the ILCD has been coordinated by the European Commission and has. The book provides introduction and substantive quantitative examples for all components of life cycle assessment. Developed alongside the book are a series of free tools to help understand how LCA data and methods are used to produce results for studies.

The book uses Microsoft Excel, Mathworks MATLAB, SimaPro, and OpenLCA for demonstrations of. Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a method for the systematic and integrated assessment of impacts addressing all steps along supply chains. Life cycle sustainability assessment (LCSA), as the combination of life cycle assessment (LCA), life cycle costing (LCC), and social life cycle assessment (SLCA), can be used as a powerful tool for simultaneously investigating the environmental, economic, and social aspects of.

Life Cycle Assessment Towards recommendations for policy making and business strategies Cite this publication as: De Camillis, C., Brandão, M., Zamagni, A., Pennington, D. (eds.) Sustainability assessment of future-oriented scenarios: a review of data modelling approaches in Life Cycle Assessment.

Towards recommendations for policyCited by: 9. This article is based on the work of the SETAC-Europe LCA Working Group ‘Scenario Development in LCA’, which has started its work in April The goal of the Working Group is to focus on the use of scenarios in Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).

This article presents the results of the first phase of the Working by: Scenario generation refers to the formulation of assumptions about the future, while scenario evaluation refers to the assessment of such assumptions during the LCA phases, especially the life cycle inventory (LCI) phase and the life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) phase (Fukushima and Hirao ).

Because scenario generation and scenario Cited by: 9. Assumptions were made to transfer the scenarios into a sound life cycle assessment model. The life cycle assessment was conducted using the GaBi software as well as the GaBi database to investigate the environmental impacts of future electricity mixes in Author: Nils Thonemann, Daniel Maga.

Environmental impacts were evaluated using life cycle assessment (LCA). Impacts were expressed by two functional units corresponding to the two main functions of an agricultural production system. The kg of pig produced (live weight at slaughter) reflects its function as a producer of market goods, whereas ha of land used reflects its function as a producer of non-market goods (e.g.

environmental services).Cited by: It introduces the terminology and life cycle of a cyber exercise and then focuses on the planning and execution aspects of such exercises, to include objectives, scenarios, reporting and assessment procedures, network architecture, tools, and lessons learned from utilizing the scenarios outlined during an exercise with Partner Nations.

Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for Decision-Making: Methodologies and Case Studies gives readers a comprehensive introduction to life cycle sustainability assessment (LCSA) methodology for sustainability measurement of industrial systems, proposing an efficiency methodology for stakeholders and decision-makers.

Featuring the latest methods and case studies, the book will assist. Life Cycle Assessment results for the electricity production scenarios in Germany We now present the carbon footprint results of the full life cycle impact assessment for our studied coun-try, Germany, to show the interest and main difficulties in making LCA studies of electricity production scenarios.

Integrated life-cycle assessment of electricity-supply scenarios confirms global environmental benefit of low-carbon technologies Edgar G. Hertwich a, Thomas Gibona,1, Evert A. Boumana, Anders Arvesen, Sangwon Suhb, Garvin A.

Heathc, Joseph D. Bergesenb, Andrea Ramirezd, Mabel I. Vegae, and Lei Shif aIndustrial Ecology Programme, Department of Energy and Process Engineering, Norwegian Cited by:   Buy Scenarios In Life-cycle Assessment by Weidema, Bo P., Rebitzer, Gerald, Ekvall, Tomas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Format: Paperback.Life Cycle Assessment: Quantitative Approaches for Decisions That Matter – 7 Preface After finishing our book on Economic Input Output Life Cycle Assessment (EIO-LCA) (Hendrickson, Lave and Matthews ) with help from our colleagues Arpad Horvath,File Size: 1MB.