IMPROVING DESIGN FOR RECYCLING - APPLICATION TO COMPOSITES

Abstract : The use of composite material increases. End of life regulations, material consumption reductions or restrictions, ask engineers about their potential use. Innovative recycling solutions arise that recover efficiently carbon fibres. This paper explores the design for composites recycling issue. Recycler becomes a new knowledge expert for the designer. It is necessary to analyze their information shares and exchanges. The recycler is an end of life facilitator. He is also the second life material user and can ask for material evolutions. The collaboration must be improved using knowledge performance indicators. These discussions will be enlightened by examples from carbon recycling experiments.
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Nicolas Perry, Alain Bernard, Florent Laroche, Stephane Pompidou. IMPROVING DESIGN FOR RECYCLING - APPLICATION TO COMPOSITES. CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology, Elsevier, 2012, 61 (1), pp.151-154. ⟨hal-01015949⟩

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