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Modèle pour la planification des stratégies de déconstruction des systèmes en fin de vie

Abstract : In a sustainable development context, stakes of the last stage of system life cycle, the end-of-life stage, have increased these last years. End-of-life systems have to be demanufactured in order to be valued answer so to some environmental requirements. The aim of disassembly strategies is to bring solutions to the whole decision problem risen during the end-of-life stage of systems. In particular, decision maker have to select valuable components according to technical, economical and environmental criteria and, then, design and optimise disassembly support system that will generate these products. The solution to this problem aim at determining what we call a disassembly trajectory. The work presented in this paper is about planning of these trajectories on different horizons that integrate several arrivals of end-of-life systems. The proposed approach allow to taking into account uncertainties defined on a temporal dimension.
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Matthieu Godichaud, François Pérès, Ayeley Tchangani. Modèle pour la planification des stratégies de déconstruction des systèmes en fin de vie. Journal of Decision Systems, Abingdon Oxfordshire UK: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2012, 19 (2), pp.141-174. ⟨10.3166/jds.19.141-174⟩. ⟨hal-02625477⟩

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