Lofgren B.,Skf Sverige Ab |
Tillman A.-M.,Chalmers University of Technology
Journal of Cleaner Production | Year: 2011
To meet the increasing need for practical life-cycle thinking in manufacturing, this paper proposes a method that includes the life-cycle perspective in manufacturing decision making. This method combines discrete-event simulation (DES) - commonly used for the conceptual evaluation of manufacturing systems - with life-cycle assessment (LCA). This combination captures the dynamic interrelationships between manufacturing processes in order to analyse systemic responses to configuration changes, something static LCA modelling cannot do. The method evolved when a bearing production line at SKF was being examined to relate manufacturing decision making to environmental consequences. This was done using DES to investigate how parameters normally used to optimize traditional manufacturing system performance influence energy use and material losses in manufacturing systems. The environmental consequences of this material loss and energy use are further calculated using LCA methodology. Results indicate that while the combination of the two methods increases the data collection workload, it uncovers previously hidden environmental consequences of manufacturing decision making and introduces a way to assess an industrial actor's manufacturing system using relevant LCA scenarios. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Source
Sherif M.Y.,SKF Corporation |
Han B.,SKF Corporation |
Kahlman L.,Skf Sverige Ab
ASTM Special Technical Publication | Year: 2012
The current paper presents the results obtained from testing of high-nitrogen martensitic stainless steels and a cobalt-based alloy using an accelerated railing contact fatigue tester, the Polymet test rig. Although demineralised water is not a good lubricant in terms of, for example, its capability of building up a sufficient film thickness, it was possible to rank the tested alloys according to their performance. Corrosion products were observed on the over-rolled tracks, and the materials' resistance to pitting corrosion was assessed. Copyright © 2012 by ASTM International. Source
Scandinavian Clinical Nutrition I Sverige Ab and Skf Sverige Ab | Date: 2009-04-07
Pharmaceutical preparations for the wellbeing and performance enhancement of human beings and for the prevention, cure and treatment of infections and inflammations, namely, for the prevention, cure, and treatment of infectious and inflammatory diseases and conditions; dietetic foods adapted for medical use; vitamin preparations; veterinary preparations for the well being and performance enhancement of animals and for the prevention, cure and treatment of infections and inflammations namely, infectious and inflammatory diseases and conditions; sanitary preparations for medical use. Nutritional additives for animal foodstuffs made from seeds and grains other than for medical use. Non-alcoholic fruit juice beverages; non-alcoholic beer; non-alcoholic beverages, namely, carbonated beverages; fruit drinks and juices.
One Off International Ab and Skf Sverige Ab | Date: 2004-07-06
Clothing, namely, trousers, sweaters, t-shirts, shorts, [ dresses, shirts, ] jackets, [ skirts, gloves, footwear, ] and headwear. Gymnastic and sporting articles, namely, [ surfboards, inline roller skates, ] bicycles, skateboards, snowboards, [ wakeboards ] and parts thereof. Dissemination of advertising matter for others in the field of clothing and sporting articles; franchising, namely, offering technical assistance in the establishment and/or operation of a business in the field of clothing and sporting articles.
Skf Sverige Ab | Date: 2007-04-17
Soap; perfumery; oils for cosmetic purposes; cosmetic preparations for skin care; ethereal essences; ethereal oils; cosmetic creams; cosmetics. Pharmaceutical preparations; sanitary preparations for medical purposes; dietetic substances adapted for medical use; nutritive preparations in the form of vitamins and minerals. Meat; game (dead); poultry, not live; meat extracts; preserved, frozen, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies for food; jams; compotes; eggs; milk; milk products; edible oils; edible fats. Tea; cocoa; sugar; tapioca; sago; coffee; artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals; bread; pasty; confectionery; ice cream; honey; golden syrup; baking powder; salt; mustard; vinegar; sauces (condiments); spices; ice, natural or artificial; rice. Preparations for making beverages; non-alcoholic drinks. Retail services relating to foodstuffs; retail services relating to soaps, perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions and body lotions; retail services relating to pharmaceutical and veterinary preparations; retail services relating to sanitary preparations for medical purposes; retail services relating to dietetic substances adapted for medical use and food for babies; retail services relating to mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks, fruit drinks and fruits juices, syrups and other preparations for making beverages. Bacteriological research; chemical research; cosmetic research; physics (research); research and development (for others); biological research; scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto; industrial analysis and research services; industrial research services.