2 edition of A life-cycle impact assessment demonstration for the GBU-24 found in the catalog.
A life-cycle impact assessment demonstration for the GBU-24
Duane A. Tolle
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Other titles||Life cycle impact assessment demonstration for the GBU-24|
|Statement||Duane Tolle, Bruce Vigon, and David Evers.|
|Contributions||Vigon, Bruce W., Evers, David., National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.), United States. Environmental Protection Agency|
|The Physical Object|
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Environmental life cycle assessment (LCA) is a technique designed to assess the environmental risks associated with the product system or activity either directly by identifying and quantifying the energy and materials used and the waste introduced into the environment or indirectly by evaluating the environmental impact of such materials, energy and : Izabela-Samson-Bręk, Marta Gabryszewska, Justyna Wrzosek, Barbara Gworek. life cycle assessment and management to have the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences. The next international conference along the life cycle theme will be Guest editorial Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal Vol. 16 No. 2, pp. qEmeraldGroupPublishingLimited File Size: 2MB.
A life cycle assessment (LCA) practitioner is often faced with the problem of missing chemical life cycle inventory (LCI) data sets, as current databases cover only a small fraction of chemicals used in commerce. Here, we critically review eight different methods used by LCA practitioners to estimate missing chemical LCI data, including process simulation, engineering process calculations Cited by: 2. Life?Cycle Inventory Life?Cycle Impact Assessment Life?Cycle Impact Assessment Methods Life?Cycle Impact Assessment Software Life?Cycle Impact Assessment of the Case Study Limitations of Life?Cycle Assessment Conclusions References 8 Integrating the 'One Health.
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A life-cycle impact assessment demonstration for the GBU project summary (SuDoc EP //SR/) [Duane A. Tolle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Duane A. Tolle. The primary goal of this project was to develop and demonstrate a life-cycle impact assessment (LCIA) approach using existing life-cycle inventory (LCI) data on one of the propellants, energetics, and pyro-technic (PEP) materials of interest to the U.S.
Department of Defense (DoD). Since the PEP program framework is strongly oriented around life-cycle assessment (LCA), a baseline LCI of the. The primary goal of this project was to develop and demonstrate a life-cycle impact assessment (LCIA) approach using existing life-cycle inventory (LCI) data on one of the propellants, energetics, and pyrotechnic (PEP) materials of interest to the U.S.
Department of Defense (DoD). Sponsorship for this study was from the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) and. Get this from a library. Life-cycle impact assessment demonstration for the GBU [Duane A Tolle; Bruce W Vigon; David Evers; National Risk Management Research.
Get this from a library. A life-cycle impact assessment demonstration for the GBU project summary. [Duane A Tolle; Bruce W Vigon; David Evers; National Risk.
The purpose of this Life-Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) demonstration is to develop and demonstrate the LCIA methodology using GBU LCI data.
This is a baseline or bench-marking analysis, which can be used for future comparisons. The complete report, entitled "Life-Cycle Impact Assessment Demonstration for the GBU," (Order No.
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Life-Cycle Impact Assessment Demonstration for the GBU This book offers a detailed presentation of the principles and practice of life cycle impact assessment. As a volume of the LCA compendium, the book is structured according to the LCIA framework developed by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO)passing through the phases of definition or selection of impact categories, category indicators and characterisation models.
[Show full abstract] (LCA), a baseline life cycle inventory (LCI) of the guided bomb unit (GBU) made with RDX explosives was conducted prior to this study in order to demonstrate the LCA.
The primary goal of this project was to develop and demonstrate a life-cycle impact assessment (LCIA) approach using LCI data on PEP materials.
Thus, an LCIA methodology and modeling approach were developed based on the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry's (SETAC's) Level 2/3 equivalency assessment framework and applied to the previously collected.
ILCD Handbook: General guide for Life Cycle Assessment - Detailed guidance First edition i The mission of the JRC-IES is to provide scientific-technical support to the European Union‟s Policies for the protection and sustainable development of the European and global environment.
Impact assessment. The environmental impact of the inventory data was calculated using the characterization model 1 CML - Jan. (Hischier et al., ) to assess the global warming potential (GWP) and eutrophication potential (EP) (Lorenzo-Toja et al., ).
The ecoinvent database offers life cycle inventory (LCI) and life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) results. The following LCIA methods are implemented in the ecoinvent data v • CML • Cumulative energy demand • Cumulative exergy demand • Eco-indicator 99 • File Size: 1MB.
Wastewater reclamation in a petroleum refinery in Turkey was evaluated with life cycle assessment (LCA). The goal of the study was to determine whethe. The topic of environmental impact assessment applied to decision making is a greater challenge when it involves a whole product system interacting with the ecosystem that provides the raw material.
The challenge in this chapter is twofold: first, to present the topic in a way that covers its breadth. Methodologies for regional scaling and normalization steps in life-cycle impact assessment (LCIA) were developed and applied to two case studies in connection with the equivalency factor type of hazard characterization approach.
Regional scaling factors are numerical scores used to indicate ranges of the degree of sensitivity that a particular region has for the selected impact by: Conduct a whole-of-building, whole-of-life life cycle assessment for the project; and/or Compare the results of the life cycle assessment to a reference case over six environmental impact categories, and show that the project performs better in most, and no worse in any category.
NEXT STEPS 1. Review the credit as outlined below. Size: KB. Life Cycle Assessment software FAQ You can book a private demo Environmental impact scores in life cycle assessment are shown their physical units presenting the potential to cause environmental impact and the results of different impact categories cannot be compared with each other or combined as such.
One way to normalise is to divide. incurred throughout the life cycle of a product, process, or activity.
• Life Cycle Impact Assessment. An evaluative process of assessing the effects of the environmental findings identified in the inventory component. The impact assessment should address both ecological and human health impacts, as well as social, cultural, and economic Size: 39KB.
ILCD Handbook: Analysing of existing Environmental Impact Assessment methodologies for use in Life Cycle Assessment First edition ii The mission of the Institute for Environment and Sustainability is to provide scientific-technical support to the European Union‘s Policies for the protection and sustainable development of the European andFile Size: 1MB.The book also examines the development and integration of environmental, safety, and occupational health information.
and Toxicity 88 Field Demonstration 89 Final Selection 89 Gun Testing 89 Detonation Residues 90 Life?Cycle Analysis 91 Summary 92 New Enhanced and Green Plastic Explosive for.The main phases of an LCA are goal & scope setting, inventory analysis, life cycle impact assessment (LCIA), and interpretation.
An inventory analysis provides information on all relevant energy and material inputs, and on the emission of toxic and non-toxic pollutants, but that alone does not provide enough information to guide decision-making.