A decision tool for disassembly process planning under end-of-life product quality

Abstract : One of the major sources of uncertainty in disassembly systems is the quality or states of post-consumer products. This paper develops a decision tool for disassembly process planning under variability of the End-of-Life product quality. The objective is to maximize the profit of the disassembly process. This latter is calculated as the difference between the revenue generated by recovered parts and the cost of the disassembly tasks. The revenue of a product (or a subassembly, or a component) depends on its quality. The proposed methodology helps to take decisions about the best disassembly process and the depth of disassembly, depending on the quality of the products to be disassembled. Industrial applicability and interest are shown using an industrial case focused on the remanufacturing of mechatronic parts in the automotive industry.
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Mohand-Lounes Bentaha, Alexandre Voisin, Pascale Marangé. A decision tool for disassembly process planning under end-of-life product quality. International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier, 2019, 219, pp.386-401. ⟨10.1016/j.ijpe.2019.07.015⟩. ⟨hal-02315859⟩

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