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Evaluation process in end-of-life systems management using BOCR analysis.

Bouzarour-Amokrane, Yasmina and Tchangani, Ayeley and Pérès, François Evaluation process in end-of-life systems management using BOCR analysis. (2013) In: IFAC Conference on Manufacturing, Modeling and Control, 19 June 2013 - 21 June 2013 (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation).

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Nowadays, sustainability is an indicator or even a concept that guides many public as well as private decisions or actions. In manufacturing sectors, firms are paying an increasing attention to this concept with regards to their products once they are the end of their life; this attention is not only due to the respect of norms and laws policy makers are continuously editing to protect the environment or the sensitivity of consumers to ecological issues but also because of possibilities of new business this concept offers. Indeed, firms noticed that they can create value with the end-of-life products by dismantling them and recovering parts and/or materials that can be re-introduced into manufacturing process, into maintenance process, etc.; or just by the improvement of their image with regards to public opinion. The process of recuperating end-of-life products, known as reverse logistics, is therefore a sustainable development process which will be triggered by the consumer and consists in a series of activities; one such activity concerns withdrawal problem that consists in responding some questions such as: where the end-of-life product must be dismantled?, how to bring the product from its actual position to the dismantling place?, who is in charge of this activity?, etc. This paper considers the issue of evaluating and optimizing the withdrawal process in the field of aircraft dismantling. The withdrawal plan evaluation is formulated here as multi-criteria / multi-objectives decision making problem and solved using BOCR analysis as the structuring framework for the elicitation process and satisficing game theory as the most suitable mathematical tool for recommendation process.

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Institution:Université de Toulouse > Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - Toulouse INP (FRANCE)
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