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Session Overview
MO-101: LCM for transport and mobility
Monday, 04/Sep/2017:
1:15pm - 3:30pm

Session Chair: Stephan Krinke, Volkswagen AG, Germany
Session Chair: Christoph Herrmann, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany
Location: Salle de conférences 1
European Convention Center - Ground Floor - "Salle de conférences 1"

This session starts at 1:15pm

Session Abstract

This session covers life cycle management in the field of transport and mobility for persons and goods. Life cycle management encompasses strategies and measures to improve the environmental and sustainability performance of transport and mobility products and services over the entire life cycle (“from cradle to cradle”). This session aims to bring together different actors along the mobility value chain: Raw material suppliers, part suppliers, OEM´s, the dealer network as well as representatives of the recycling sector for mobility products. The focus of the session will be on best practices and lighthouse projects of LCM to foster sustainable mobility.

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1:15pm - 1:30pm

Life cycle based CO2 emission credits – an approach to foster sustainable mobility by integrating a life cycle perspective into automotive legislation

Annekatrin Lehmann, Markus Berger, Matthias Finkbeiner

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

1:30pm - 1:45pm

Integrating life cycle engineering, component design and manufacturing in the development of eco-efficient lightweight concepts

Alexander Kaluza1,3, Sebastian Kleemann1,3, Wolfgang Walk2,3, Thomas Vietor1,3, Christoph Herrmann1,3

1TU Braunschweig, Germany; 2Volkswagen AG, Germany; 3Open Hybrid LabFactory e.V., Germany

1:45pm - 2:00pm

Adopting Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment in the Automotive Industry – Tackling a Multi-Criteria and Multi-Stakeholder Issue

Peter Tarne1, Volkmar Wagner1, Matthias Finkbeiner2

1BMW Group, Germany; 2TU Berlin, Germany

2:00pm - 2:15pm

An LCA comparison of different powertrains and fuels today and 2030

Benjamin Plaga

Volkswagen AG, Germany

2:15pm - 2:30pm

Parametric LCA for a first tier assessment of products by the example of logistics

Nikolaj Otte, Rachita Singh, Klaus Engelmann, Johannes Tolls, Mehboob Nawaz

Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Germany

2:30pm - 2:45pm

The Toyota 2050 Environmental Challenges from a Life Cycle perspective’s viewpoint

Ronny Denis

Toyota Motor Europe, Belgium

2:45pm - 3:00pm

Synthetic Power-to-Gas as Fuel for Transportation: Life Cycle Environmental Impacts of the Synthetic Methane Supply Chain Powered by Renewable Electricity

Sarah Wettstein, Matthias Stucki

Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW, Switzerland

3:00pm - 3:15pm

Regional specific LCA data of flat steel products for detailed analysis along the value chain

Norbert Hatscher1, Simon Kroop2, Roland Mayr3, Anna Meincke4, Lisa Mohr4, Alexander Redenius2, Stefan Schuster3

1Stahlinstitut VDEh, Germany; 2Salzgitter Mannesmann Forschung GmbH, Germany; 3voestalpine Stahl GmbH, Austria; 4thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG, Germany

3:15pm - 3:30pm

Environmental Footprint Profiles of Hydrogen as Automotive Energy

Yuki Kudoh, Naomi Kitagawa, Ryoji Muramatsu, Akito Ozawa, Yutaka Genchi

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan



Silvia Maltese1,2, Laura Zanchi3, Massimo Delogu3, Alessandra Bonoli2, Rubina Riccomagno1

1Magneti Marelli, Italy; 2University of Bologna; 3University of Florence



Transport of goods in the urban logistic: comparative LCA of electric, CNG and Diesel light duty vehicles

Benedetta Marmiroli1,2, Laura Carettoni1, Mattia Venditti2, Ezio Spessa2, Giovanni Dotelli1

1Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Marmiroli-Transport of goods in the urban logistic-513_POSTER.pdf


Sustainability indexes for logistics: How to bring LCA perspective to KPIs for different business units in different regions of the world – A BASF experience

Marcela Porto Costa1, Bruce W. Uhlman2, Juliana Maria da SIlva1, Mariana Dondeo Nazar3, Daniela Elias Ascar3

1Fundação Espaço ECO/ BASF S.A, Brazil; 2BASF United Stated of America; 3BASF S.A Brazil

Porto Costa-Sustainability indexes for logistics-542_POSTER.pdf


Project to Lead Eco-design Integration with Aerospace Development and Engineering Systems

Luca Petruccelli1, Andrew Clifton2, James Goddin1, Kim Marshall1

1Granta Design, United Kingdom; 2Rolls-Royce plc

Petruccelli-Project to Lead Eco-design Integration with Aerospace Development and Engineering Systems-611_POSTER.pdf


Marketing the Cycle: Challenges and opportunities for car parts dismantling and reuse

Matthias Kalverkamp, Alexandra Pehlken

University of Oldenburg, Germany


Life-cycle performance of kerosene produced through biomass gasification and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis

Diego Iribarren1, Mario Martín-Gamboa1, Pedro L. Cruz1, Laura C. Delgado-Casado1, Javier Dufour1,2

1Systems Analysis Unit, Instituto IMDEA Energía, Spain; 2Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group, Rey Juan Carlos University, Spain

Iribarren-Life-cycle performance of kerosene produced through biomass gasification and Fischer-Tropsch_POSTER.pdf


Life Cycle Costing of Recycling Strategies for Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Motors

Gwendolyn Bailey, Karel Van Acker, Wim DeWulf

KU LEUVEN, Belgium


Life Cycle Assessment of intermodal freight transport in Belgium

Angel Luis Merchan, Sandra Belboom, Angelique Leonard

University of Liege, Belgium

Merchan-Life Cycle Assessment of intermodal freight transport-415_POSTER.pdf


Life Cycle Analysis for DI-CNG vehicles

Joachim KIEFER

Delphi Automotive Systems Luxembourg, Luxembourg


Lessons Learned from International Best Practices in Sustainable Maritime Transport: Potential Technology and System Adaptation for Life Cycle Management of Maritime Transport in Emerging Economies

Trakarn Prapaspongsa1, Jun Ren2, Wonsiri Punurai1, Jin Wang2, Yasothorn Sapsathiarn1, Teraphan Ornthammarath1

1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand; 2Liverpool Logistics, Offshore and Marine (LOOM) Research Institute, Department of Maritime and Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom

Prapaspongsa-Lessons Learned from International Best Practices-220_POSTER.pdf


GHG emissions reductions linked to introducing electric mobility in the city of Lima (Peru)

Ramzy Kahhat1, Ian Vazquez-Rowe1, Samy Garcia-Torres1, Ursula Cardenas Mamani1, Renata Mele2, Angelo Facchini3

1Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Peru; 2Enel Foundation. Rome, Italy; 3IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Lucca, Italy

Kahhat-GHG emissions reductions linked to introducing electric mobility-522_POSTER.pdf


Environmental repercussions of metal additive manufacturing technologies and consequences for LCM in space and aerospace industry: a life cycle assessment review

Johan Berg Pettersen1, Marit Bjørnbet Moe1, Håvard Bergsdal2, Eduardo João Silva3, Jonathan Ouziel4

1Sintef Raufoss Manufacturing; 2Asplan Viak; 3ISQ; 4Airbus Safran Launchers

Pettersen-Environmental repercussions of metal additive manufacturing technologies and consequences-605_POSTER.pdf


Do Tire Studs in Cars Save or Take Lives? A Life Cycle Assessment on Human Health Impacts

Anna Furberg, Rickard Arvidsson, Sverker Molander

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

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