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CES7AE 

Industrial ecology and sustainable development

 

ECTS Credits : 4

Duration : 36 hours

Semester : S7

Person(s) in charge :

Philippe SESSIECQ, Associate professor,  philippe.sessiecq@mines-nancy.univ-lorraine.fr

Keywords :

 Industrial ecology, sustainable development, life cycle analysis, waste recycling and recovery

Prerequisites : first year course

Objectives : Process engineering for industral ecology

Program and content :

The “end of pipe” approach or pollution transfer approach :

- concepts of process engineering: mass balance, energy balance, reactors

- application to effluents treatment processes (liquid, solid and gaseous ones)

- limits of these approaches

From Sustainable Development to Regulated Adaptive Development

- Conceptual framework of Industrial Ecology

- Combination of systemic analysis and Life Cycle Analysis: “Overall Process” approach

- Best available technologies: concept and limits - Ecodesign

- Recycling: advantages and limits

- Concept of secondary raw materials and new energetic vectors

Case studies

Multi-energy platform

Energy recovery of biomass and CO2

 

Abilities: 

Levels

Description and operational vocabulary

Know 

the equations describing global and local mass, energy and momentum balances. Conceptual framework of industrial ecology.

Understand 

The concepts driving process engineering and industrial ecology. The principle of pollution transfer

Apply 

Size industrial units for effluents treatment.
Be able to use the principles of industrial ecology.

Analyse

Evaluate environmental impacts and calculate sustainable development indicators leading to process and political choices.

Summarise

Total redesign of industrial processes (energy, raw materials and products flows) towards a rational use of energy and effluents 

Assess

 

Evaluation :

  • Written test
  • Continuous Control
  • Oral report
  • Project
  • Written report
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