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#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
#SEU12 - 102   designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap
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#SEU12 - 102 designing environmentally friendly products - prashant b jagtap

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This session will introduce the concepts of Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) and demonstrate how parts and assemblies can be easily analyzed for different environmental indicators like carbon footprint, …

This session will introduce the concepts of Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) and demonstrate how parts and assemblies can be easily analyzed for different environmental indicators like carbon footprint, total energy, etc. from right within Solid Edge. New or experienced designers will learn how to use EcoDesigner to first understand and then improve the environmental footprint of their products. EcoDesigner makes it easy and simple to design environmentally friendly products without spending a lot of time understanding the intricacies and complexities of environmental science. The presentation will also include live demonstrations of EcoDesigner.

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  • 1. TRAYAK Designing Environmentally Friendly ProductsPresented byPrashant B. JagtapPresident & CEO+1 513 445 3264 © © TRAYAK TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 2. TRAYAKIntroductionBusiness DriversWhat is “green”?How to design “green”?What is Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)Why do LCA during design?Demo of Solid Edge EcoDesignerCase study: Edison2Q&A © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 3. TRAYAKStarted in 2010 www.trayak.com Vision Enable all manufacturers to design & manufacture products using sustainable strategies. Mission Create easy to use software applications that are embedded in mainstream product development processes © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 4. TRAYAKBall, J. (2008). Six Products, Six Carbon Footprints: Everybodys talking about it. But whatexactly is a carbon footprint? And how is it calculated? WSJ Oct. 6, 2008 © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 5. TRAYAK• Material Compliance Regulations• Environmental Product Declarations (EPD)• Supply Chain Mandates (Walmart Scorecards)• Product Stewardship• Corporate Sustainability Reporting (CSR)• Branding & Corporate Image• Eco-Labels © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 6. TRAYAKFocus is shifting to Products… © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 7. TRAYAK© TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 8. TRAYAKUse Low Impact MaterialsReduce Process WasteUse Lean Design & Lean ManufacturingReduce Energy in ProductionIncrease Energy Efficiency in Product UseIncrease Quality & DurabilityDesign for ReuseDesign for RecyclingLeverage natural processes (Bio Mimicry)Design as a ServiceDesign for RenewabilitySource local © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 9. TRAYAKISO 14040 Standard ProcessMany Indicators Global Warming (kg CO2 eq) Acidification (kg SO2 eq) Eutrophication (kg PO4 eq) Carcinogenics (kg benzene eq) Non Carcinogenics (kg toluene eq) Respiratory effects (kg PM2.5 eq) Ozone Depletion (kg CFC-11 eq) Ecotoxicity (kg 2,4-D eq) Smog (kg NOX eq) © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 10. TRAYAKA Full LCA Expensive Deep expertise Post-MortemScreening LCA Inexpensive Any product Engineer can do it Early in design cycle © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 11. TRAYAK Total Energy Consumption (MJ) Minimize Material Manufacturing contribution Transportation of dominant Use Phase phase End of Life Material Manufacturing Transportation Use Phase End of Life• material weight • process energy • distance moved • mass • toxic materials• material variety • waste • transport mode • thermal loss • recyclable• energy • CO2/kg • electrical loss materials • consumption• % PCR © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 12. TRAYAKEnvironmental Impact Assessment any Product Design Engineer can perform using screening LCA Easy to use: works on Parts or Assemblies No prior environmental expertise required. Flexible: choose recognized assessment methods Evaluate indicators that are important to your business. Extensible: incorporate your own material data Collaborate: work with internal/external sustainability experts Leverage your own sustainability data © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 13. TRAYAK EcoDesigner Demo© TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 14. TRAYAK Chassis 1 AnalysisSteel Alloy TubesWt. = 81.747 lbm © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 15. TRAYAK Chassis 2 AnalysisAluminumWt. = 49.11 lbm © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 16. TRAYAK Chassis 2 lighter by ~40% Chassis 2 Material/Mfg impact is higherWhich design is better? Chassis 2 still a better design Goal is to decrease impact of dominant phase which is fuel consumption. Reduction of Weight contributes to better fuel mileage. © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 17. TRAYAKDesigning environmentally friendly productsshould be incorporated early in design cycleScreening LCA analysis is tightly integrated inSolid EdgeAny Product Designer can use EcoDesignerwithout prior knowledge or understanding ofEnvironmental Engineering © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com
  • 18. TRAYAKSpecial offer for Conference AttendeesPlease signup at http://ecodesigner.trayak.com Enter “solidedgeu12” Offer: • 45 days trial license of EcoDesigner and • 4 hours of consulting time from Trayak to help you analyze your parts/assemblies. © TRAYAK Confidential www.trayak.com

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