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Developing Java-based Web application to support effective recycling and material circulation

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Sang-Jae Song ; Hiroshima Inst. of Technol., Japan

The paper focuses on the development and implementation of a Java-based Web application to enhance and further material circulation and recycling conscious manufacturing activities. The Web-based application was developed rapidly by an intelligent and optimal supply chain model. The application will enable a zero emission society throughout continuous product service and maintenance activities between suppliers and agents concerning recycling and material circulation. The paper proposes a new perspective on improving product service and maintenance by effective utilization of feedback information on recycling in the whole product life cycle stage. To develop an analytical model and tools suitable for effective and profitable life-cycle maintenance modeling, simulation optimization techniques are considered, and diagnosis based on alarm conditions and acknowledging warning indicators is also developed to continuously improve energy consumption and lessen environmental impacts. A Windows-based rapid prototype system for Web-based application is suggested by using Java and AI programmable languages

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Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing, 2001. Proceedings EcoDesign 2001: Second International Symposium on

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