Life Cycle Assessment di sistemi per le auto elettriche

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The document describes the evaluation of energy performance - environmental Li- ion batteries suitable power of pure electric propulsion, including the BMS (Battery Management System), realized through the application of the methodology of LCA (Life Cycle Assessment - LCA), according to the ISO 14040 series of standards and the International Reference Life Cycle Data System (ILCD) Handbook. The activity began with a detailed analysis of the international state of the ACL applied to batteries Li-ion, which defined the scientific context of reference of energy and environmental assessment conducted. And an assessment of "battery" systems' was then developed by the application of LCA methodology. To evaluate the energy performance - environmental battery was conducted a data collection according to a life cycle approach, in relation to the stages of production, use, maintenance and end of life. These collected data (primary data sets) in the process of Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) have been organized, as far as possible, in ILCDcompliant format. The results were summarized in specific performance indicators related to resource consumption and environmental impacts, and have allowed us to estimate the energy performance - environmental product under consideration and to identify the stages of the life cycle characterized by significant impacts. These collected data (primary data sets) in the process of Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) have been organized, as far as possible, in ILCDcompliant format. The results were summarized in specific performance indicators related to resource consumption and environmental impacts, and have allowed us to estimate the energy performance - environmental product under consideration and to identify the stages of the life cycle characterized by significant impacts. These collected data (primary data sets) in the process of Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) have been organized, as far as possible, in ILCDcompliant format. The results were summarized in specific performance indicators related to resource consumption and environmental impacts, and have allowed us to estimate the energy performance - environmental product under consideration and to identify the stages of the life cycle characterized by significant impacts.
Original languageItalian
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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