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An exploratory study to integrate feasibility into the eco-design process: An approach to link design and environmental parameters.

Abstract : To support environmental practices in industrial design, many software tools have been developed. These tools aim to provide environmental information in a decision context for designers and environmental experts. Although Life-Cycle Analysis tools can provide relevant and precise information, the question of feasibility remains crucial in proposing realistic solutions. In our study, we built a database linking design and environmental parameters in order to facilitate the consideration of technical, organizational and economic constrains in eco-design. We used knowledge engineering techniques, applied to a collection of documents from a young company, to identify the relevant design parameters to implement.
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Florian Bratec, Nada Matta, Tatiana Reyes, Nadège Troussier, René Díaz-Pichardo, et al.. An exploratory study to integrate feasibility into the eco-design process: An approach to link design and environmental parameters.. 21st International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED 17), Aug 2017, Vancouver, Canada. ⟨hal-02538822⟩

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