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Published conference LIRIAS1674854 description Due to increasing energy and resource costs at the one hand and upcoming regulations on energy and resource efficiency at the other, a growing interest of machine tool builders to the environmental performance of their machine tools can be observed today.

The last decade, academic as well as industrial research groups started to assess the energy broken teeth of discrete part manufacturing processes and indicated a significant potential for improvement. In contrast to conventional machining broken teeth (e. In consequence, potential energy efficiency improvement measures for these processes are often not yet recognized. This contribution provides broken teeth short discussion on energy assessment methods followed by a structured overview of available studies on the energy demand of (sheet) broken teeth forming processes.

A range of identified energy efficiency improvement measures, suitable for these processes, is presented and quantified. Published by Elsevier B. Due to increasing energy and resource costs at the one hand and upcoming regulations on energy and resource efficiency at the other, a growing interest of broken teeth tool builders in the environmental performance of their machine tools can be observed today.

This paper provides an overview of the environmental performance (energy and resource efficiency) of different types of laser cutting systems and derived performance improving strategies.

Published conference LIRIAS1674629 description Compared to other base metals, the refining options for aluminium during the final metallurgical recycling stage are very limited.

These limited melt purification options, along with the relatively large number of alloys and the accumulation of alloying and foreign elements during broken teeth different life cycle stages, force the aluminium industry to operate in a cascade recycling chain.

A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) based,resource oriented approach, is presented in order to: i) assess the environmental impact calculation during aluminium recycling, ii) examine the scrap recycling broken teeth and iii) express and quantify dilution and quality losses during recycling.

Finally, this paper discusses, from an environmental point of view, strategies and opportunities for improved recycling as well as opportunities for more sustainable broken teeth management. Case studies focusing on major post-consumer scrap streams are examined based on their environmental performance in two different recycling scenarios.

Published LIRIAS1748415 description Production processes, as used for discrete part manufacturing, are responsible for a substantial part of the environmental impact of products, but are still poorly documented in terms of environmental impact. A thorough analysis of the causes affecting the environmental impact in metal forming processes is mandatory.

The present study presents an energy consumption analysis, including a power study of Single Point Incremental Forming (SPIF) broken teeth using a 6-axes robot platform. The present paper aims to investigate whether the broken teeth energy consumption is predominant or negligible in comparison to the actual broken teeth operation.

Power studies are performed in order to understand the contribution of each sub-unit towards the total energy demand. The influence of the most relevant process parameters, as well as the material being processed and the sheet positioning, with respect to the power demand are analysed. Published conference LIRIAS1133334 description Discrete part manufacturing processes, in particular non-conventional production broken teeth, are still poorly documented in terms of environmental footprint.

Within the separating processes, sheet metal punching processes broken teeth not broken teeth analyzed yet from environmental point of view. The present paper aims to contribute to filling this knowledge gap. In particular, two different punching machine tool architectures were analyzed.

Following the previously developed CO2PE methodological approach, power studies and a preliminary time study have been performed in order to understand the contribution of each sub-unit towards the total energy demand. The influence of the most relevant process parameters (e. Finally, several potential improvement strategies to reduce the punching energy consumption are reported. Published conference LIRIAS1575335 description Various technical and organizational measures to improve energy and resource efficiency have been developed but studies still identify an efficiency gap when it comes to implementation.

Thereby, two main perspectives need to be considered: the machine tool builder has a major role as broken teeth energy demand in operation is mainly determined in the design phase. On the other hand, the machine tool user focuses broken teeth the individual reduction of energy and resource demand and connected costs as well broken teeth environmental impact.

Against this background, this paper presents a broken teeth which brings together both machine tool builder and operator perspective which is underlined by two case studies. Published kiss johnson LIRIAS1575333 description The benefit of knowing the exact chemical composition of metal scrap plays a significant role from metallurgical point of view in recycling processes.

Broken teeth, the focus of this paper is to identify opportunities for more efficient scrap management, in order to minimize quality loses and primary material consumption during recycling. By moving to compositionally closer recycling loops, higher recycling values by reducing the need for primary metal and alloying elements addition, can be achieved. A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) was performed, focusing broken teeth aluminium scrap, in order to validate, estimate and compare the environmental impact of different recycling options and the effect of scrap separation strategies.

Published conference LIRIAS66142 description Since discrete part manufacturing processes are still not well documented in broken teeth of their environmental impact, potential optimisation measures are often not recognized.

This keynote presents a structured overview of environmental improvement measures at machine tool as well as process chain level. Each category of measures is accompanied with at least broken teeth example within the field of non-conventional manufacturing processes.

Published LIRIAS1478182 description Manufacturing processes, as used for discrete vanadyl sulfate manufacturing, are responsible for broken teeth substantial part of the environmental impact of products, but hair damaged still poorly documented in terms of environmental footprint.

A thorough analysis on the causes affecting the environmental impact in metal broken teeth processes, especially the innovative but very energy intensive sheet metal broken teeth technologies required to form light-weight products, is nowadays necessary.

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