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Report about analyzed and clustered factory typologies. Deliverable D1.1

Bericht über analysierte und geclusterte Fabrik-Typologien. REEMAIN Deliverable D1.1
 
: Bartolomé, Diego; Callegati, Enrico; Frascaroli, Michele; Ronco, Johanna; Corazzi, Emanuela; Baracchi, Marco; Seeger, Heiko; Reñones, Anibal; Morentin, Francisco Javier; Vélez, Jhon Fredy; Moral, Alberto; Morillo, María; Unal, Meryem; Bayraktar, Metim; Bayraktar, Sefa Merve; Trujillo, Laura; Jakob, Klemens; Jakob, Uli; Yeltekin, Aysın; Cucchetti, Stefano; Lucisano, Giuseppe; Zaballos, Carlos; Moreno, Julián; Greenough, Rick; Korolija, Ivan; Stoldt, Johannes; Franz, Enrico; Messervey, Thomas; Cinque, Pietro de; Costa, Andrea

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Fulltext urn:nbn:de:0011-n-4456246 (11 MByte PDF)
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Created on: 23.5.2017


Brussels: European Commission, 2017, 209 pp.
European Commission EC
FP7-NMP; 608977; REEMAIN
Resource and Energy Efficient Manufacturing
English
Report, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWU ()
REEMAIN; energy efficiency; factory; typology

Abstract
Deliverable D1.1 provides a detailed study of the current status of manufacturing in the three sectors to which the three REEMAIN demo sites belong: biscuits manufacturing, iron casting and denim textile. Besides, D1.1 contains also an analysis on the applicability of innovative energy and resource efficient technologies to the three manufacturing sectors, and a review of the most innovative practices put in place by the most advanced companies in the field. Finally, the deliverable contains a brief survey of techniques for mapping resource flows, that will be used throughout the implementation of the REEMAIN project. The description of the three manufacturing processes (Chapters 2, 3 and 4) thoroughly describes the different manufacturing process steps according to the state of the art, and it includes also the most common options/alternatives for technological solutions in the different sectors. In addition (Chapter 5), an analysis of energy (electricity, gas) and resource (water, raw materials) consumption is provided for each process. In Chapter 6, a set of energy-related technologies, mostly drawn from those identified in Task 3.1 as “highly interesting” within the Technology Roadmap for Efficient Manufacturing, have been assessed with regards to their applicability to the three sectors, at large, that REEMAIN demo sites belong to: bakery, iron & steel and textile manufacturing. These technologies include Solar Cooling, Solar Thermal Collectors, Solar Concentrators, Solar PV, ORC, CHPC, Hot Water Storage and Electrochemical Storage. Finally, on one hand, Chapter 7 investigates the most advanced technical solutions available for biscuits manufacturing, iron casting and denim textile that are already setting the path for resource and energy efficient manufacturing. On the other hand, Chapter 8 describes the main techniques and conceptual approaches available for mapping resource flows, and thus to identify gaps and rooms for improvements into existing manufacturing processes, and to assess the effective progress granted by the introduction of technological innovations into the different process steps.

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