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Designing a Sustainable Recycling Network for Batteries from Electric Vehicles. Development and Optimization of Scenarios

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Hakim Idjis
Danielle Attias

Abstract

Since the 2008 crisis, the automotive industry is shifting towards a new paradigm and repositioning around the green mobility, using mainly lithium battery technology. Given this new development, the issue of recycling batteries arises for ecological, economic and geostrategic reasons. Our work consists in formalizing a methodology to help design a sustainable recycling network applied to batteries, under uncertainty. The proposed approach involves two steps. The first step is about modeling the recycling network and the characterization of the problem’s elements, using systemic analysis. The second step consists in developing scenarios about the configurations of this value chain, and then optimizing their functioning. We’ll choose different positioning for the actors and make assumptions about logistic data. In this paper, we will try to summarize the issues of recycling lithium battery, explain in detail this approach and present the first results of application.
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hal-01223333 , version 1 (09-02-2017)

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Hakim Idjis, Danielle Attias, Jean-Claude Bocquet, Richet Sophie. Designing a Sustainable Recycling Network for Batteries from Electric Vehicles. Development and Optimization of Scenarios. 14th Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, (PROVE), Sep 2013, Dresde, Germany. pp.609-618, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-40543-3_64⟩. ⟨hal-01223333⟩
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