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Sustainability in manufacturing processes: practices performed in metal forming, casting, heat treatment, welding and electrostatic painting

Nobrega, JHC and Pio, PGC and Fernandes, GL and Botêlho, ST and Araujo, TC and Anholon, R and Ordóñez, REC and Rampasso, IS and Leal Filho, W and Quelhas, OLG (2019) Sustainability in manufacturing processes: practices performed in metal forming, casting, heat treatment, welding and electrostatic painting. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology. ISSN 1350-4509

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Abstract

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This article aims to list the main sustainable practices developed in the processes of metal forming, casting, heat treatment, welding and electrostatic painting. When analysed the literature about sustainable manufacturing, a predominance of studies about machining is observed and the processes mentioned are few explored in academic studies. The research strategy used to reach the objective was systematic literature review, conducted for each process cited. Many sustainable practices were identified with prominence of better materials use and energy efficiency. The authors of this article believe that the information presented here can be useful for researches in their future studies and for industry professionals interested in improving manufacturing processes.

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