REMANUFACTURING OF DEGRADED COMPOSITE SHAPE STEEL HONEYCOMB FROM END-OF-LIFE VEHICLE STEEL SECTIONS

Rawa’a H. Alkalali

Abstract


Remanufacturing is a powerful tool for developing ecological approach for many application Degrade honeycomb sheets for architectural use in construction are broadly used for ceiling, cladding and interiors applications End-of-life vehicle steel sections are used as cores to produce honeycomb steel where there are only three sections can be used such sections are attributed in the final products liability and quality. Remanufacturing of steel sections Remanufacturing of end of life steel vehicles sections in to honeycomb cores is targeting to reduce power ,material and fossil carbon emissions of end of life steel vehicles frame is studied and disassembled to classify the suitable parts for Remanufacturing the cores for steel honeycomb steel also thin steel sheets are used to covers. Remanufacturing and testing routes are figured and .Mechanical properties are tested and registered to be used for performance study end of life vehicle sections can be successfully degraded in to honeycomb cores to substitute current consumption of materials. Mechanical properties can be developed to match construction application standards by exploiting of sustainable assembling technology by using screens .As a conclusion reliable steel honeycomb can be matured by exploiting in remanufacturing technology and assembly techniques end –of- life sections can contribute to reduce power, materials consumption and carbon emissions.

http://dx.doi.org/10.30572/2018/kje/090113  

 


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