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Design for Disassembly Approaches on Product Development
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Jaykumar Yoga Mule
— Basic concept of DFD, Implementing DFD, DFD Approaches on product development, Disassembly Types, Principle of DFD.
In today's challenging global market & changing fashion trends and rapidly advancing product development technology has led to the shortening of life-spans for many of today's product and organization must innovate to survive business innovation must occur in all dimensions to improve product, process, and organization for competitiveness and business performance. Organization searching a way of constantly re-styled, re-engineered and re-marketed to meet our todays growing market demands for enabling more of the product to be recycled economically. Design for Disassembly is a technique design the product to be disassembled for easier maintenance, enhance serviceability and configurations that allow for cost-effective separation and recovery of reusable components and materials at the end of life product and other related process such as product reuse, remanufacture and recycling . Disassembly process has become an important strategic issue in order to reduce the environmental impact and increase the value of end-of-life products .In this paper discuss an overview of a detailed Design for disassembly approaches on product development process may use as an effective tool for product development and recovery of the increasing flow of disposal products and material. The main objective of this research is to support the current and future development in the field of disassembly and reuse of disposal products and material designer should products are designed to be taken apart, so that they can be used in later generations of products.
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