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This chapter aims to provide methods and tools for sustainable values creation in the context of high value engineering. First, a sustainable value-driven life cycle design framework is proposed for product and process engineering innovation for sustainability and provides a conceptual linkage with the value-creating activities such as design, production, supply chains, partnerships, and distribution channels. Then, approaches for the integration of ecological assessment (i.e. LCA) with computer-aided product development are proposed as a useful tool to support sustainable value-oriented product and process engineering. The proposed approaches and tools are expected to help bring experts in fields of product and process engineering, industrial management, and ecological assessments to a common vision, and therefore accelerate development of more sustainable products, processes, and business strategies.
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