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2-DFR : un cadre conceptuel destiné aux concepteurs pour un remanufacturing durable

Nurul Hanna Ismail 1
1 G-SCOP_CPP [2016-2019] - Conception Produit Process [2016-2019]
G-SCOP - Laboratoire des sciences pour la conception, l'optimisation et la production
Abstract : Remanufacturing is believed to be among the key strategies for sustainable development of industrial products. The aim of remanufacturing is to retrieve the product’s inherent value when it no longer fulfils the user’s needs. However, it is a non-linear process that poses many uncertainties. Therefore, integrating remanufacturing concerns during the early design phase is necessary to adapt products to the future remanufacturing processes and to the future remanufacturing system.Another crucial aspect in achievingsustainable remanufacturing activity is to plan and coordinate remanufacturing system in a sustainable way. The presence of various academic tools and methods to facilitate remanufacturing activities might overcome the challenges observed and enhance both the quality and quantity. Unfortunately, these tools/methods are rarely used by remanufacturing stakeholders, probably due to the lack of platform for them to facilitate the usage.The objective of this dissertation is to help the designers and remanufacturers to:•Characterize remanufactured products and processes in relation to sustainable development,•Classify and choose remanufacturing tools ormethods to improve sustainable remanufacturing.To achieve these objectives, a Two Dimensional Framework for Remanufacturing (2DFR) is proposed. It combines the sustainable development and remanufacturing system perspectives. A list of remanufacturing constraints from both perspectives is proposed in the first part of this dissertation. It was validated as a design for remanufacturing guideline during a remanufacturing workshop event in the framework of the European project ERN (H2020). The 2DFR is used again in the second part of this dissertation to develop a method to classify remanufacturing tools/methods. A method to guide and facilitate user in choosing remanufacturing tools/methods is proposed using the list of remanufacturing characteristics listed in the first proposition and the previous classification method. A configurator that functions as an interface for both the classification method and the choosing method is developed. Illustrated case studies are presented to validate its usage.The characteristics of sustainable remanufacturing products and processes defined in the first proposition offer to the users a comprehensive checklist when designing and making decisions. Meanwhile the second proposition encourages the usage by the industry of the existing academics tools/methods related to remanufacturing.
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Nurul Hanna Ismail. 2-DFR : un cadre conceptuel destiné aux concepteurs pour un remanufacturing durable. Eco-conception. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016GREAI063⟩. ⟨tel-01611288⟩



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