Development of an Adaptive Design Supporting System for Dismantling Plant of End-of-Life Vehicles
- Development of an Adaptive Design Supporting System for Dismantling Plant of End-of-Life Vehicles
- 손영태; 박면웅
- End-of-Life Vehicle; Recycling; Dismantling Plant; Design Supporting
- Issue Date
- The 12th 1International Symposium on East Asian Resources Recycling Technology
- , 540-543
- In accordance with the increased awareness of resource depletion and environmental pollution, the importance of eco-friendly disposal and recycling of vehicles as a potentially valuable resource is emphasized; in particular, this is important as automobile production and demand continues steadily. In this paper, a systematic dismantling system is proposed to minimize the quantity of ASR by dismantling End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs) rationally and efficiently. An adaptive design supporting system is also provided to aid for the effective implementation of the proposed dismantling system to industrial applications. The proposed dismantling system is based on eco-friendly dismantling and improves not only the recyclability of ELVs, but also the efficiency of the dismantling operations. The adaptive design supporting system is a software tool, which allows a layout of a dismantling plant according to the specific requirements of the customers, and estimates the overall figures and capacity of an intended plant by simulation of the dismantling process. This interactive design system can be useful for testing alternative layouts of a dismantling plant customized to meet particular recycling needs.
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