A tool to evaluate the impacts of an innovation on a product's recyclability rate by adopting a modular approach: automotive sector application

Abstract : While the European regulation on the end-of-life (EoL) vehicle is more and more strict, the introduction of innovations makes the material composition of vehicles evolve and can lead to a risk for approval on the recoverability of the vehicle. We set up a preventive tool named OSIRIS to evaluate the impact of an innovation on the recyclability rate of a vehicle. The innovation teams and the vehicle project leaders can evaluate an impact trend. It is supported (1) by a modular approach of the vehicle, (2) by simplifying assumptions for fixing a module and (3) on a management of the EoL options. By testing this approach on a hybrid motorisation, we show that the uncertainty resulting from the simplifying hypothesis is <0.20% when the initial and innovative solutions have a mass difference <40-60 kg.
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Julien Garcia, Dominique Millet, Pierre Tonnelier. A tool to evaluate the impacts of an innovation on a product's recyclability rate by adopting a modular approach: automotive sector application. International Journal of Vehicle Design, Inderscience, 2015, 2015 (1), pp.1-18. ⟨hal-01064949⟩

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