Assessment of product circularity across product-life cycle stages

Dr. Jayakrishna Kandasamy, Associate Professor- Vellore Institute of Technology (India)

Time: 14:30 – 15:30

Date: 31 May 2022



 Circular product development is designing a product that has a scope of returning into its life cycle multiple times with a virtue of inflicting minimal harm to the environment, and such a product is also called a circular product. A products degree of circularity is the summation of its affinity towards circularity measured across all the life-cycle stages of that product. In their transformation from conventional to circular product development approaches, global organizations are now looking for specific methods and tools in measuring the circularity of their products. In this lecture, an effective product circularity assessment framework model build upon circularity criteria will be elaborated. This easy to adopt assessment model will help in the identification of hotspots across the life-cycle stages of product and assist the product designers by offering recommendations and guidelines to improve the degree of the circularity of their products.

BIM Africa in collaboration with the Centre for Applied Research & Innovation in the Built Environment (CARINBE) at the University of Johannesburg and other regional partners, invites you to participate in the 2022 African BIM Survey. The report is a biennial publication to track and discuss the progress and opportunities of digital technologies in the African construction industry



May 31, 2022
Dr Jayakrishna Kandasamy

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