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The Resource Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing : Volume 2

Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing : Volume 2

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Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing : Volume 2
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Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing
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Volume 2
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Environmental Footprints and Eco-Design of Products and Processes Ser
Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing : Volume 2
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Handbook of Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing : Volume 2
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  • Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Energy Efficiency of Metallic Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing Processes -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Challenges of the Powder Bed AM Processes -- 1.2 Structure of the Chapter -- 2 Sustainability and Energy Efficiency of Manufacturing Processes -- 2.1 Sustainability and Additive Manufacturing -- 2.2 Circular Economy and Additive Manufacturing -- 2.3 Sustainability Indicators for AM -- 2.4 Energy Efficiency -- 3 Modelling of Metallic Powder Bed AM Processes -- 3.1 Modelling of the Heat Transfer Problem During AM -- 3.2 Modelling of the Structural Problem During AM -- 3.3 Numerical Analysis -- 3.4 Other Considerations for the Numerical Modelling of the Process -- 4 Improving Energy Efficiency of Powder Bed AM Processes Using Modelling -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Improving the Energy Efficiency of the Process -- 4.3 Preheating Modelling -- 5 Conclusion and Outcome -- References -- 2 Environmental Impact Assessment Studies in Additive Manufacturing -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Electric Energy Consumption of AM Processes -- 2.2.1 First Study: Luo et al. -- 2.2.2 Influence of the Manufacturing Orientation -- 2.2.3 Influence of Packing Density of AM Platforms -- 2.2.4 Comparison Between AM Processes and More Traditional Ones -- 2.2.5 Considering Energy Consumption and Quality of the Part -- 2.2.6 Synthesis of Electric Energy Consumption Studies -- 2.3 Raw Material Consumption -- 2.3.1 Introduction -- 2.3.2 Powder Recycling -- 2.4 Other Flows that Affect the Environment -- 2.5 Possibilities Offered by AM Processes on the Whole Life Cycle of a Product -- 2.6 Synthesis of the Literature Review -- 3 Environmental Impact Assessment Methodology -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 General Approach -- 3.3 Manufacturing Process Modeling -- 3.3.1 Framework and Limits
  • 3.3.2 Input Data -- 3.3.3 A Multistep Methodology -- 4 Application to Directed Energy Deposition -- 4.1 Introduction to Directed Energy Deposition Process -- 4.2 Atomisation of Raw Material -- 4.2.1 Gas Consumption -- 4.2.2 Water Consumption -- 4.2.3 Electrical Consumption -- 4.3 Environmental Performance Modeling for the AM Process -- 4.3.1 Fluid Consumption -- 4.3.2 Material Consumption -- 4.3.3 Electric Consumption -- 4.3.4 Lost Powder Recycling -- 4.4 Industrial Example -- 4.4.1 Case Study Introduction -- 4.4.2 CAD Part -- 4.4.3 Different Manufacturing Strategies -- 4.4.4 Environmental Impact Results -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Sustainability Based on Biomimetic Design Models -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Cellular Structures -- 3 Topology Optimisation -- 4 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 4 Sustainable Frugal Design Using 3D Printing -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Categorisation of Frugal Design -- 3 3D Printing -- 4 Frugal Design and Engineering -- 5 Frugal 3D Printing -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Carbon Footprint Assessment of Additive Manufacturing: Flat and Curved Layer-by-Layer Approaches -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 FDM Process -- 3 Experimental Design -- 3.1 Experimentation and Calculation -- 4 Carbon Footprint Assessment -- 4.1 Goal of the Study -- 5 Scope -- 5.1 Product System and Its Function(s) -- 5.2 Functional Unit -- 5.3 Data for the Study -- 5.3.1 Characterization of Data Quality -- 5.4 Cut-Off Criteria and Cut-Off -- 5.5 Allocation Procedures -- 5.6 Geographical and Time Boundary of Data -- 5.7 System Boundary -- 5.8 Assumptions -- 5.9 Treatment of Electricity -- 6 Methodology -- 7 Life-Cycle Inventory -- 8 Product Carbon Footprint Calculation and Interpretation -- 9 Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References
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