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    • fabrizio ceschin politecnico di milano . INDACO dpt. . DIS . School of Design . Italy Learning Network on Sustainability course System Design for Sustainability (SDS) learning resource 7.2 MULO System
      • CONTENTS
      • . MULO: solar/electric/human powered vehicle
      • . MULO: Possibilities of use
      • . MULO: Characteristics of environmental sustainability
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    • basic platform freight transport people transport green area maintenance street selling FAMILY OF VEHICLES MULO is a family of light working vehicles powered by solar, electric and human power, convertible in four variants: freight transport, people transport, green areas maintenance and street selling
    • MULO is powered by solar, electric and human power FUNCTIONING OF THE VEHICLE
    • FUNCTIONING OF THE VEHICLE The vehicle adopts a laid-back reclining position: it is more energy-efficient, and provide more comfort to the driver
    • > Dimensions LxWxH: 3000x1100x1800 mm > Pass: 1300 mm > Weight: 85 kg > Max load (driver excluded): 300 kg > Motor: 700 W 36 V TECHNICAL DETAILS > Batteries: 36 V > Solar panels: 200 W > Max speed: 40 Km/h > Autonomy: 60 km > Autonomy with 3 h. of sun: 30 km
    • POSSIBILITIES OF USE
    • FREIGHT TRANSPORT
    • FREIGHT TRANSPORT PARCEL POST DELIVERY
    • FREIGHT TRANSPORT PARCEL POST DELIVERY
    • FREIGHT TRANSPORT SHOPPING DELIVERY
    • FREIGHT TRANSPORT SHOPPING DELIVERY
    • FREIGHT TRANSPORT MEALS DELIVERY TO ELDERLY PEOPLE
    • PEOPLE TRANSPORT
    • PEOPLE TRANSPORT TAXI-RICKSHOW TO CONNECT CRITICAL POINTS OF THE CITY
    • PEOPLE TRANSPORT TAXI-RICKSHOW TO CONNECT CRITICAL POINTS OF THE CITY
    • PEOPLE TRANSPORT PEOPLE TRANSPORT WITHIN THE CITY CENTRE
    • PEOPLE TRANSPORT PEOPLE TRANSPORT WITHIN FAIR CENTRES
    • GREEN AREAS MAINTENANCE
    • GREEN AREAS MAINTENANCE PARKS CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
    • GREEN AREAS MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE OF THE CITY’S GREEN AREAS
    • GREEN AREAS MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF PRIVATE AREAS (e.g. fair centres)
    • STREET SELLERS
    • STREET SELLERS KIOSK
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • ENVIRONMENTAL PRIORITIES DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION > High Priority > Medium Priority > Low Priority
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION REDUCTION OF THE PRODUCT WEIGHT (less than 100 kg) WEIGHT < 100 kg
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY SELECTION OF EFFICIENT SYSTEM FOR ENERGY TRANSMISSION (the efficiency of electric motors is around 90%) CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY ADOPTION OF A ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM (braking system with energy recovery) CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION SELECTION OF RENEWABLE AND BIO-COMPATIBLE ENERGY SOURCES (the vehicle is moved mainly by solar and human energy) solar energy + human energy
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION MINIMIZE PRODUCT MATERIC CONTENT reduction of the number of components YES NO
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY MINIMIZE THE ENERGY FOR PRODUCTION adopt a modular approach CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY MINIMIZE THE ENERGY FOR TRANSPORTATION design products with an high storage density CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION FACILITATE SUBSTITUTION AND UPGRADABILITY OF COMPONENTS WITH AN HIGH TECHNOLOGICAL OBSOLESCENCE (e.g. solar panels, electric motors, batteries)
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY FACILITATE THE ACCESS TO COMPONENTS TO BE MORE FREQUENTLY MAINTAINED AND REPAIRED (e.g. brake system, transmission) CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION SELECT MATERIALS THAT CAN BE EASILY RECYCLED all the components designed ad hoc for the vehicle can be recycled
    • DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABILITY > REDUCTION OF ENERGY IN USE > SELECTION OF LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENERGIES > RESOURCES MINIMIZATION > PRODUCT LIFE OPTIMISATION > MATERIAL LIFE EXTENSION USE REVERSABLE JOINING SYSTEMS all joining systems are reversible
    • VEHICLE PROTOTYPE
    • PROTOTYPATION
    • “ LEVANTE PROJECT” In September 2006 MULO took part in a non-competitive race, dedicated to innovative low emissions vehicles, from Rome to Maranello (591 km)
    • “ LEVANTE PROJECT”
    • “ LEVANTE PROJECT”
    • “ LEVANTE PROJECT”
    • “ LEVANTE PROJECT”
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