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Title Sustainable production : novel trends in energy, environment and material systems / edited by Grzegorz M. Krolczyk, Malgorzata Wzorek, Anna Krol, Orest Kochan, Jun Su, Janusz Kacprzyk
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2020
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Descript 1 online resource (vi, 214 pages) : illustrations (some color), digital ; 24 cm
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Series Studies in systems, decision and control, 2198-4182 ; volume 198
Studies in systems, decision and control ; volume 198
Note Clean Production as An Element Of Sustainable Development -- Concepts of the Sustainable Development of the Region -- Using Discrete Event Simulation for Planning Improvement in Small Batch Size Manufacturing System -- Sustainable Production of Chitosan -- Manufacturing of Titanium and its Alloys -- Multispectral Ecological Control of Parameters of Water Environments Using a Quadrocopter -- Hydrochemical Indicators of Water System Analysis as Factors of the Environmental Quality State -- Hydrocarbon Gases Quality: Impact on Sustainable Development Goals and Environment -- Ensuring the Measurement Efficiency in Dispersed Measuring Systems for Energy Objects -- Cutting Forces and Power in Shaping Machining of AlCu4MgSi Aluminium Alloy -- Environmental Pollution with Heavy Metals: Case Study of the Household Waste -- Prospects for Sustainable Development of the Monofunctional Town of Dobrotvir (Ukraine) -- Environmental Assessment of the Impact of Tars on the Territory of the Rozdil State Mining and Chemical Enterprise "Sirka" (Ukraine)
This book highlights recent research on sustainable production. In today's manufacturing industry, cleaner production has become a central goal. "Sustainable production" describes activities that pose no threat to future generations and are not pursued at their expense. In addition, sustainable production is a concept that can improve environmental performance and focuses on technical aspects that can be used to improve efficiency and productivity. Sustainable production is not limited to the manufacturing sector, but affects all production sectors including energy, environment, and material systems - all of which face significant challenges in connection with sustainability, e.g. efforts to reduce production's impact on the environment and to manage health and safety impacts. Key means of reducing environmental pollution from manufacturing involve reducing the main resources used in production (metals used in the machining processes, fluids/oils in production, water, and energy)
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Sustainable engineering
Engineering
Industrial engineering
Computational Intelligence
Industrial and Production Engineering
Energy Systems
Alt Author Krolczyk, Grzegorz M., editor
Wzorek, Malgorzata, editor
Krol, Anna, editor
Kochan, Orest, editor
Su, Jun, editor
Kacprzyk, Janusz, editor
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