|Abbreviation: ODPRO||Load: 30(L)
|Lecturers in charge: ||prof. dr. sc. Predrag Ćosić
doc. dr. sc. Tihomir Opetuk
|Lecturers: || Maja Trstenjak mag. ing. mech.
|Course description: Course objectives:
Terms of Sustainable Production) Life Cycle Assessment Life Cycle Management Estimation of emission of harmful substances Total Costs Estimation
Enrolment requirements and required entry competences for the course:
attendance of lectures 10% 0.4 ECTS development of project 20%; 0.8 ECTS assignments 30% 1.2 ECTS tests 30% 1.2 ECTS Presentation and defense of project 10% 0.4 ECTS
Grading and evaluation of student work over the course of instruction and at a final exam:
Attendance of lectures 10% Assignements different types of tasks 30% Quizzes 30% Development of projects 20% Presentation and defense of project 10%
Methods of monitoring quality that ensure acquisition of exit competences:
s Using FSB quality system and own anonymous questionnaire. Flash test means make associative relationship between 5 concepts with 5 descriptions.Results of the Flash tests can be part of the expected correlation between studied matter and results of midterm exams or examination. It is Formative assesment of evaluation of knowledge
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to (learning outcomes):
Implementation of principles for sustainable development in the society, business and production
Implementation of principles for social responsibility : Ecological approach in production with taking into account requestions: : Ecological footprint, elements of sustainability of production, LCA analysis
1. .Results human actions and fundamentals of sustainable development.
2. Social responsibly business.
3. Decision support.
4. Decision support.
5. Difference between sustainable manufacturing and sustainable production
6. Five elements of sustainable production.
7. Sustainable production. (Eco Design, Recycling)
8. Sustainable production (Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy)
9. Sustainable production (Assessment, Life Cycle Analysis, Life Cycle Management)
10. Sustainable production (Assessment, Life Cycle Analysis, Life Cycle Management)
11. Comparison of PLM and Sustainable Production concept.
12. Difference between LCA and LCM
13. Tools of LCM (Life Cycle Management), LCA (Life Cycle Assessment)
14. Tools of LCM (Life Cycle Management), LCA (Life Cycle Assessment)
15. Total Costs Estimation
1. Research, assignments over Moodle.
2. Research, assignments over Moodle.
3. Software Expert Choice, examples, decdision tree.
4. Software Expert Choice, examples, decdision tree.
5. Examples of sustainable manufacturing and sustainable production
6. Examples of sustainable manufacturing.
7. Examples (Eco Design, Recycling)
8. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
9. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
10. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
11. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
12. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
13. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
14. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
15. Software Sima Pro/Umberto
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|2. ||Jurgensen A., Sustainable Production: Annotatated Bibliography, The Scarecrow Press, Inc.; Annotated edition, 2001.
|3. ||Horn R. ""Life Cylce Asssessment: Principles, Practices and Prospectes"" Springer-Verlag 2009.
|4. ||Saaksvuori A., Immonen A.: "Product Lifecycle Management", Springer, 2005.
|5. ||Umberto softver podloge
|6. ||Wenzel H., Hauschild, M., Alting, L. ""Environmental Assessment of Products"", Volume 1/2, Chapman & Hall, 2000, 1997.
|7. ||Horn R., ""Life Cylce Asssessment: Principles, Practices and Prospectes"", Springer-Verlag, 2009.
|8. ||UNEP, Why Take A Life Cycle Approach?, 2004.
|9. ||Life Cycle Assessment, An Operational Guide to the ISO standards, Final Report, 2001.
|10. ||Portal Sustainable Manufacturing, http: //www.nist.gov/sustainable-manufacturing-portal.cfm
|11. ||University of Kentucky, College of Engineering, Institute for Suistainable Manufacturing, http: //www.ism.uky.edu/index.php