Flexible disassembly systems-layouts and modules for processing obsolete products

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Wicndahl, H.-P.; Scholz-Reiter, B.; Bürkner, S.; Scharke, H.: Flexible disassembly systems-layouts and modules for processing obsolete products. In: Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture 215 (2001), Nr. 5, S. 723-732. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1243/0954405011518520

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Currently, a significant amount of worldwide research is dedicated to manual or automated disassembly. This field of application has progressed remarkably over the past few years because industry has been forced to consider new technologies for processing electronic waste. This is due to changing environmental legislation, increasing amounts of obsolete appliances, decreasing landfill space and a growing public awareness of environmental problems. These considerations lead to growing research, development and implementation of manual and automated disassembly systems which are able to process a wide range of obsolete electronic appliances. The present paper investigates different prototypes of manual and automated disassembly cells at disassembly companies and research institutes. The approach, technology and architecture of these systems are described. Typical hardware components of flexible disassembly systems are then identified and explained. Furthermore, suggestions are made for modularization and standardization of these components, even if only at a very cursory level. © IMechE 2001.
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Publishing status: publishedVersion
Issue Date: 2001
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2 image of flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic 53 18.93%
3 image of flag of Russian Federation Russian Federation 34 12.14%
4 image of flag of United States United States 15 5.36%
5 image of flag of China China 6 2.14%
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7 image of flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom 5 1.79%
8 image of flag of Denmark Denmark 4 1.43%
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10 image of flag of Poland Poland 3 1.07%
    other countries 29 10.36%

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