1996 Remanufacturing Symposium
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1996 Remanufacturing Symposium Best-in-class-basics, May 20-22, 1996, Dayton, Ohio

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Published by APICS .
Written in English


  • Congresses,
  • Remanufacturing

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The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8604713M
ISBN 101558221522
ISBN 109781558221529

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Bob Lund has been studying the remanufacturing industry since Bill Hauser has worked with him since These are five reports on the remanufacturing industry published by Lund individually or by Lund and Hauser together. Hidden Giant was the first attempt to define the size and scope of the remanufacturing Size: 1MB. ©Oakdene Hollins Ltd. March Ref 13 Bras, B. and Hammond, R. () ‘Design for Remanufacturing Metrics’ Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Re‐use, (Eindhoven. About the World Remanufacturing Conference. A collaboration of the Remanufacturing Industry Council (RIC) and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), the conference is a platform for both seasoned and new remanufacturing professionals to make informed business decisions by sharing best practices, exploring new trends, and understanding the critical issues facing . manufacturing and remanufacturing can also be significant. At the same time, remanufactured products generally sell for about 50 80% of the new product. Hence, remanufacturing can be seen as a win win; it saves money (for the consumer), and it saves the environment. In the United States, remanufacturing is at least a $50 billion.

- The Remanufacturing Database (August, )- Remanufacturing: Operating Practices and Strategies (May, )- The Remanufacturing Industry: Anatomy of a Giant (June, )- Remanufacturing Enterprise for the Inner City (September, )- The Remanufacturing Industry: Hidden Giant (January,). 92 Diesel Engine Block Remanufacturing: Life Cycle Assessment At each process in remanufacturing, the inventory data sets, including resource extraction and . Remanufacturing is a comprehensive and rigorous industrial process by which a previously sold, worn, or non-functional product or component is returned to a "like-new" or "better-than-new" condition and warranted in performance level and quality. Fact #3: The U.S. produces more than $45 billion of remanufactured goods per year.   The first, published in by Robert T. Lund of Boston University and funded by a grant from the Argonne National Laboratory, is summarized in Table 1. Lund’s remanufacturing database, comprising more t trade group members, provided a thorough first look at the US remanufacturing industry. His results may be surprising to many.

already his second remanufacturing book in a row to highlight and communicate up-to-date facts and trends with a special focus on automotive mechatronics and electronics. So it is my great. University of Strathclyde will together with Linköping University host the 4th International Conference on Remanufacturing (ICoR), June , at the RAI in Amsterdam, Netherlands.. ICoR follows previous successful ICoR conferences held in Glasgow (), Amsterdam () and Linköping ().This conference targets international participants . The Journal of Remanufacturing is an international, peer-reviewed journal and the first to foster discussion to assist: • The establishment of the intellectual foundation and direction for the longer-term development of remanufacturing research. • Step changes in remanufacturing knowledge via holistic, interdisciplinary research that. Computational Intelligence in Remanufacturing introduces various computational intelligence techniques that are applied to remanufacturing-related issues, results, and lessons from specific applications while highlighting future development and research. This book is an essential reference for students, researchers, and practitioners in Cited by: