Design of sustainable energy supply chains using the P-graph methodology involving various metrics

Leisha Vance, Istvan Heckl, B. Bertók, Heo Cabezas, F. Friedler

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Abstract

Sustainability is about adaptively managing the environment on an on-going basis so as to insure that the Earth can continue to support human existence for the indefinite future. Supply chain design methodologies, e.g. p-graph framework, along with integrated sustai nability metrics (emergy and ecological footprint) along with cost can provide insight into supply chain performance. Carefully designed supply chains can be made cheaper and more environmentally friendly than current practice while meeting societal needs. Delicate trade-off appear on scale-up of supply chain.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcess Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges
PublisherAIChE
Pages156-168
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)9781510816046
Publication statusPublished - 2013
EventProcess Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges - Oak Brook, United States
Duration: Jun 11 2013Jun 13 2013

Other

OtherProcess Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges
CountryUnited States
CityOak Brook
Period6/11/136/13/13

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Supply chains
Sustainable development
Earth (planet)
Graph
Methodology
Supply chain
Sustainable energy
Costs
Integrated
Ecological footprint
Supply chain design
Supply chain performance
Emergy
Trade-offs
Sustainability
Design methodology

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemical Engineering(all)
  • Management of Technology and Innovation
  • Engineering(all)

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Vance, L., Heckl, I., Bertók, B., Cabezas, H., & Friedler, F. (2013). Design of sustainable energy supply chains using the P-graph methodology involving various metrics. In Process Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges (pp. 156-168). AIChE.

Design of sustainable energy supply chains using the P-graph methodology involving various metrics. / Vance, Leisha; Heckl, Istvan; Bertók, B.; Cabezas, Heo; Friedler, F.

Process Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges. AIChE, 2013. p. 156-168.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Vance, L, Heckl, I, Bertók, B, Cabezas, H & Friedler, F 2013, Design of sustainable energy supply chains using the P-graph methodology involving various metrics. in Process Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges. AIChE, pp. 156-168, Process Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges, Oak Brook, United States, 6/11/13.
Vance L, Heckl I, Bertók B, Cabezas H, Friedler F. Design of sustainable energy supply chains using the P-graph methodology involving various metrics. In Process Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges. AIChE. 2013. p. 156-168
Vance, Leisha ; Heckl, Istvan ; Bertók, B. ; Cabezas, Heo ; Friedler, F. / Design of sustainable energy supply chains using the P-graph methodology involving various metrics. Process Development Symposium 2013: Process Scale-Up and its Challenges. AIChE, 2013. pp. 156-168
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