Special Issue "Green Manufacturing and Low-Carbon Control of Mechanical and Electrical Products"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 December 2023 | Viewed by 19531
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There are many waste emissions in the process of manufacturing and trade for mechanical and electrical products. It is well known that minimum waste emissions are wanted for normal operation of the process of manufacturing and trade for mechanical and electrical products. Many waste emissions will reduce the efficiency of the process of manufacturing and trade for mechanical and electrical products. Green manufacturing and low-carbon trade are very important to energy and to environmental and sustainable ecological development. However, green manufacturing and low-carbon trade of mechanical and electrical products are still a serious challenge to academic researchers and industrial engineers. This Special Issue is dedicated to the most recent advances in research on green manufacturing and the low-carbon trade of mechanical and electrical products. We invite scientists and investigators to contribute original research and review articles which address the topics of the Special Issue. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- Green manufacturing assessment based on life-cycle theory;
- Strategy of green manufacturing based on life-cycle theory;
- Green manufacturing operation model and its implementation methods;
- Green manufacturing model based on synergetic implementation of benefits;
- Green purchase, green manufacture, green marketing, and reverse logistics;
- Pre-warning mechanism of green trade barrier;
- Countermeasure analysis of the green trade barrier;
- Theory of green trade-on relationship between trade and environment;
- Carbon footprint evolution and/or reducing carbon emissions and/or low-carbon economy;
- Development and management of the trade for mechanical and electrical products;
- Complex systems modeling and simulation of the trade for mechanical and electrical products.
Dr. Jiaqiang E
Manuscript Submission Information
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- green manufacturing assessment
- green manufacturing model
- low-carbon trade
- mechanical and electrical product
- carbon footprint
- life-cycle theory