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The course directs the need for engineers to develop solutions that have the potential to address the current global challenges by providing products, services and processes taking into consideration capacities and local constraints to pursue a socio-technical context economically, socially and environmentally sustainable by a perspective Technological. The resources required for manufacturing and the use of these products are limited and not equally distributed in the world. Resources available locally, local capacities as well as constraints must be development guidelines for product innovations and process compared to the entire product life cycle.
The course aims to provide a 'toolbox' to support sustainable manufacturing practices for the engineer supporting manufacturing companies for the reduction of inputs, waste and costs, for the improvement of efficiency, the increase in performance. production and competitiveness. Learn about the digital evolution of production systems with particular reference to the Industry 4.0 paradigm, and the analysis of issues related to improving the efficiency of manufacturing systems. Evaluate the production processes and planning of the industrial production of products. Acquire a holistic system perspective by integrating social, environmental, economic and technological factors.
Understanding the operational activities related to logistics, industrial production and the provision of related services.
Knowing the concepts and operational methods of management with particular reference to the intra-organizational dimension and the extension to the inter-organizational dimension related to logistics processes.
Analyzing the main phases of the production logistic process with reference to qualitative and quantitative analysis and resolution techniques.
Providing specific skills that allow students to apply and solve the typical problems of managing logistics, production and service systems.
The 5 topics will be developed approximately over 12 weeks of frontal lessons divided into two days of lessons per week.
Some seminars will be organized.
Attendance is compulsory or recommended.
Some simple exercises will be carried out.
Media such as web videos will be used.
The lessons will be held with the support of power point presentations (material in English) and held in Italian.
The last two weeks will be used to introduce and explain the assignment.
Topic 1 – Sustainability and Future Trends
Topic 2 – Industrial Sustainability at System Level
Topic 3 – Industry 4.0 and Digitalizazion for Sustainability
Topic 4 – Modelling and Simulation for Industrial Sustainability
Topic 5 – Industrial Symbiosis Assignment
To know more:
• Articles provided by the teacher for some thematic units.
• J. Randers, 2052, Environment Editions, 2012
• Pauli G., Blue Economy, Report to Club of Rome, 2010 (ITA or ENG version)
• Graedel, T.E., Allenby, B.R., Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Engineering, PEARSON, 2010
• McDonough, Braungart M, Cradle to cradle, Northpoint press, 2002
• Hawken, P., Lovins, A.B,., Lovins, L.H., Natural capitalism: the next industrial revolution. 2nd Ed., Routledge, 2005
Office hours: On appointment at least 3 days of advice. FT
CHIARA MANDOLFINO (President)
FLAVIO TONELLI (President)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Oral exam preceded by delivery of the assignments.
The exam can be agreed with the teacher with at least 2 weeks notice.
Exam in presence at the teacher's office in Via All'Opera Pia 15.
Registration will take place on the scheduled dates of electronic registration of the vote available on the WebCalendario Esami.
Any modalities due to COVID restrictions will be evaluated during the semester.
Students with learning disorders ("disturbi specifici di apprendimento", DSA) will be allowed to use specific modalities and supports that will be determined on a case-by-case basis in agreement with the delegate of the Engineering courses in the Committee for the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities.
Individual assignment (40% of the grade).
Oral exam on the topics of the course (50% of the grade).
The oral exam will allow you to check your reasoning skills and connect different concepts with each other. The quality of the exposition, the correct use of the specialist vocabulary, the ability of critical reasoning will also be assessed.
Attendance in the classroom and contribution to the discussion (10% of the grade).