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WTEC Workshop on Environmentally Benign Manufacturing Technologies

Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy of the United States Government
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The following viewgraphs are from the presentations given by the panel members at the WTEC Workshop on Environmentally Benign Manufacturing (EBM) Technologies held on July 13, 2000. These slides represent interim results from the study, and as such are subject to change. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Government, the authors' parent institutions, or Loyola College.

The final report will greatly expand on this outline. To reserve a copy of the final report in hardcopy or CDROM media at pre-publication prices, please send email to : reports@itri.loyola.edu. For more information on these studies, please send email to itri@loyola.edu


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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  1. Introduction to WTEC (R.D. Shelton)

  2. Introduction - Background (T. Gutowski)

  3. Introduction - Geographical (C. Murphy)

  4. Strategic Vision (D. Allen)

  5. Systems Level Issues I (B. Bras)

  6. Systems Level Issues II (D. Thurston)

  7. Metals (T. Piwonka)

  8. Automotive (J. Sutherland)

  9. Polymers (T. Gutowski)

  10. Electronics (C.Murphy)

  11. Cross Cutting Applications I (D. Bauer)

  12. Cross Cutting Applications II (P. Sheng)

  13. Research (E. Wolff)
  1. Introduction to WTEC (R.D. Shelton)

  2. Introduction - Background (T. Gutowski)

  3. Introduction - Geographical (C. Murphy)

  4. Strategic Vision (D. Allen)

  5. Systems Level Issues I (B. Bras)

  6. Systems Level Issues II (D. Thurston)

  7. Metals (T. Piwonka)

  8. Automotive (J. Sutherland)

  9. Polymers (T. Gutowski)

  10. Electronics (C.Murphy)

  11. Cross Cutting Applications I (D. Bauer)

  12. Cross Cutting Applications II (P. Sheng)

  13. Research (E. Wolff)

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Published: 13 July 2000; HTML: by Shannon Larson, 18 July 2000; WTEC Hyper-Librarian