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Lecture: WIW-5246 Industrial Ecology (Lecture) - Details
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General information

Semester SS 2020
Current number of participants 131
Home institute Prof. Dr. Axel Tuma - Production & Supply Chain Management
Courses type Lecture in category Teaching
First date Thu , 23.04.2020 12:15 - 13:45
Learning organization Gesamt: 180 Std.
- 42 h Vorlesung und Übung
- 60 h Vor- und Nachbereitung des Stoffes anhand bereitgestellter Unterlagen
- 32 h Vor- und Nachbereitung des Stoffes durch Literatur
- 46 h Vor- und Nachbereitung des Stoffes Übung/Fallstudien
Performance record Industrial Ecology
Klausur / Prüfungsdauer: 60 Minuten
Beschreibung: schriftliche Prüfung
Online/Digitale Veranstaltung Veranstaltung wird online/digital abgehalten.
Hauptunterrichtssprache englisch
Literaturhinweise - Graedel, T. E.; Allenby, B. R. (2016): Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Engineering, First Edition, Pearson Education.
- Ayres, R. A.; Ayres, W. L. (2002): A Handbook on Industrial Ecology, First Edition, Edward Elgar.
- Brunner, P. H.; Rechberger, H. (2016): Handbook of Material Flow Analysis: For Environmental, Resource, and Waste Engineers, Second Edition, CRC Press.
- Baccini, P.; Brunner, P. H. (2012): Metabolism of the Anthroposphere: Analysis, Evaluation, Design, Second Edition, MIT Press.
- Hauschild, M. Z.; Rosenbaum, R. K.; Irving Olsen, S. (2018): Life Cycle Assessment: Theory and Practice, First Edition, Springer.
- Gunn, G. (2014): Critical Metals Handbook, First Edition, John Wiley & Sons.

Course location / Course dates

n.a Thursday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly

Module assignments

Comment/Description

This module offers an introduction to selected key methods of Industrial Ecology (IE). The lecture mainly covers four topics and concepts: Material Flow Analysis (MFA), Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) and raw material criticality assessments, and closed-loop supply chain management (CLSC). The lecture portrays interdisciplinary approaches to analyze interactions between human activity in production and consumption and the ecosphere. In the accompanying practical class, the students apply their theoretical knowledge to application-oriented tasks.