EcoDesign for Electrical and Gadgets Hardware.


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EcoDesign for Electrical and Gadgets Gear. by Asst.Prof.Dr. Thumrongrut Mungcharoen Organizer, Cleaner Innovation Headway Program, National Metal and Materials Innovation Center, National Science and Innovation Improvement Office
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EcoDesign for Electrical & Electronics Equipment by Asst.Prof.Dr. Thumrongrut Mungcharoen Coordinator, Cleaner Technology Advancement Program, National Metal and Materials Technology Center, National Science and Technology Development Agency Director , CT & EcoDesign Research Unit, Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University

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Research Team Asst.Prof.Dr. Thumrongrut Mungcharoen Dr.Koji Ibuki Ms.Chantana Yuvaniyama Mr.Seksan Papong Ms.Viganda Varabuntoonvit

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TOPICS Introduction to EcoDesign Introduction to Research Project Methodology and Tools Progress and Results Conclusion

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Introduction to EcoDesign (Economic and Ecological Design) DfE (Design for Environment), Sustainable item outline, Green configuration, and so forth. EcoDesign is a system to fuse natural contemplations into item outline and improvement for the duration of the life cycle of an item. In all advancement stage, additionally need to locate the right harmony in the middle of biological and financial prerequisites

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Design for Sustainable

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Design for Sustainable (cont.)

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EcoDesign Strategies The moves that can be made to diminish ecological effects Should be chosen on the premise of a natural evaluation and more extensive examination of the item and its business sector

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EcoDesign Strategies (cont.) Consider in all life cycle stage Reduce weight, poisonous quality, and vitality utilization Longer life time Easy to prepare and amass Easy to transport and hold Easy to clean, upkeep, dismantle, and reuse Save to landfill or burn Etc.

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Examples of main thrusts for DfE The requirement for expanded item quality The need to enhance the item\'s picture and the organization The need to diminish costs The requirement for creative force The need to build worker inspiration Legislation Market request Social natural Competitors Raised vitality expenses and waste charges

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Consumer Demands of Environmental Sound Products High Germany, Sweden, Holland, Denmark, Switzerland and so on. Moderate Dawning USA, France, Italy, Japan, Great Britain and so forth. Chile, Brasilia, Poland, Hungary, Thailand and so forth

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0 New Concept Development Dematerialisation Shared utilization of the item Integration of capacities Functional advancement of item (segments) 7 Optimization of end-of-life framework 1 Reuse of item Selection of low-effect materials Remanufacturing/restoring Non-perilous materials Recycling of materials Non-exhaustable materials Clean incineration Low vitality content materials Recycled materials Recyclable materials 6 2 Optimization of beginning life-time - Reduction of material + Reliability and toughness Reduction in weight Esay support and repair Reduction in (transport) volume Modular item structure Classic configuration User dealing with item 5 3 Reduction of the natural Optimization of creation procedures sway in the client stage Alternative creation methods Low vitality utilization Fewer generation procedures Clean vitality source Low/clean vitality utilization Few consumables required amid utilization Low era of waste 4 Clean consumables amid utilization Few/clean generation consumables Efficient circulation framework No vitality/helper material utilize Less/clean bundling Efficient transport mode Priorities for the new item Efficient logistics E xisting item A DfE Tool: Lifecycle Design Strategies Wheel Brezet, J. C. what\'s more, al., e., 1994, PROMISE Handleiding voor Milieugerichte Produkt Ontwikkeling (PROMISE Manual for Environmentally Focused Product Development), SDU Uitgeverij, The Hague, The Netherlands. Hemel, C. G. v. also, Keldmann, T., 1996, "Applying DFX Experiences in Design for Environment," Design for X: Concurrent Engineering Imperatives, Chapmann & Hall, London, pp. 72-95.

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Better Resource Management Waste Prevention เป้าหมาย 2 อย่าง ของ EcoDesign พยายามให้ง่ายต่อ: Re-fabricating รีไซเคà¸\'ล การทำปุ๋ย/ใช้ Energy recuperating ลด : น้ำหนัก ความเป็นพà¸\'ษ พลังงาน ยืด : อายุการใช้งาน

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LCA & DfE ในการออกแบบ แนวคà¸\'ดด้าน DfE แนวคà¸\'ดด้าน LCA Guidelines for DfE Concept of LCA การออกแบบขั้นต้น ใช้ rearranged LCA to perform screening การออกแบบขั้นละเอียด ใช่ จำเป็นต้องทำ complete LCA ทำ complete LCA ขึ้นกับ ความสำคัญของผลà¸\'ตภัณฑ์และ ขนาดของผลกระทบสà¸\'่งแวดล้อม และ streamlined LCA ไม่สามารถสนองความต้องการได้ ไม่ ผลà¸\'ตภัณฑ์ Prototype ไม่ ได้ตามข้อกำหนด ของผลà¸\'ตภัณฑ์ ใช่ ผลà¸\'ตภัณฑ์ขั้นสุดท้าย

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Introduction to Research Project Objective To ponder the outline and change of an electrical & electronic gear by utilizing Economic and natural configuration (or EcoDesign) idea to make it consent to WEEE mandate

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Scope & limit Select one and only item in view of the accompanying criteria: -Potential for quality included -Environmental effect -Technical practicality Improvement examination depends on the consequence of LCA (contemplated by TEI)

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Methodology 1. Literature audit about EcoDesign and WEEE Directive 2. Select one exploration item (as indicated by the criteria determined) 3. Review existing item information 4. Design surveys and agendas for item appraisal 5. Score and assess existing item information

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Methodology (Cont.) 6. Propose plan choices for development by utilizing EcoDesign idea and techniques as appeared in the samples underneath. Consider support to grave (material, fabricating, transportation, utilization and transfer) Reduce measure, poisonous quality and vitality utilization Extend item life time Improve administration framework to encourage numerous procedure, for example, Manufacturing Disassembly Reuse and reuse Installation, upkeep and repair Standard necessity 7. Analyze and assess the outcome by looking at the financial and biological effects of model(s) previously, then after the fact the change utilizing LCA 8. Conclusion and Report

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Product Selection Product chose : Air Conditioner Split sort: 12,000 BTU Criteria Export Value Environmental Impact Future pattern The capacity to change plan

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Air Conditioner Model AU/AH-MP13 Condensing Unit Fan Coil Unit Gross weight 53 kg (40 kg +13 kg)

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EcoDesign Checklist for Air Conditioner

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Air Conditioner Assessment from Checklist

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End of Life Options and Design Attributes Ref: Tom Clark, 1999

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Design for Recycling Checklist Ref: Tom Clark, 1999

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Design for Recycling Checklist (cont.) Ref: Tom Clark, 1999

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WEEE/RoHS Directive Checklist Ref: Tom Clark, 1999

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Design for Energy Saving Options Use of a DC Twin Rotary Compressor Inverter Use of an AC Twin Rotary Compressor Inverter Use of a DC Fan Motor Using Evaporator Coil with Grooved Tube

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Design for End of Life Lead Free Solder Use of R410A Reduce Weight & Volume Use of Recyclable Materials

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Case I: Design for Weight Reduction Old Model Present Model (2001) (2003) Net wt. kg (In/Out) 17/45 12/38

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