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Industry 4.0 Vision for the Supply of Energy and Materials

Enabling Technologies and Emerging Applications

Sharifzadeh, Mahdi (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage Juni 2022
400 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-69593-6
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Industry 4.0 Vision for the Supply of Energy and Materials

Explore the impact of Industry 4.0 technologies on the supply chain with this authoritative text written by a leader in his field

In Industry 4.0 Vision for the Supply of Energy and Materials, distinguished researcher and editor, Dr. Mahdi Sharifzadeh, delivers thematic, analytic, and applied discussions of the Industry 4.0 vision for supply chain design and operation. The book compiles all current aspects and emerging notions of Industry 4.0 into clusters of "enablers" and "analytics" of Supply Chain 4.0. Their multifaceted and highly interconnected nature is discussed at length, as are their diverse range of applications.

You will discover uses of these new technologies ranging from the supply of conventional energy networks to renewables, pharmaceuticals, and additive manufacturing. You will also learn about their implications for economic prosperity and environmental sustainability. For each sector, this book scrutinizes current industrial practice and discusses developing concepts. Finally, the book concludes with potential future research directions of interest to industry practitioners and academics alike.

Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:
* A thorough introduction to connectivity through wireless communications and remote sensors
* An exploration of blockchains and smart contracts, as well as robotics and automation and cloud computing
* Practical discussions of supply chain analytics, including big data, machine-learning, and artificial intelligence, as well as supply chain modeling, optimization, and control
* A concise treatment of Industry 4.0 applications in supply chain design and operation, including the circular economy and the power industry
* An analysis of the oil, gas, and petrochemical industry, the pharmaceutical industry, and additive manufacturing

Perfect for PhD-level and Postdoctoral researchers and industrial researchers, Industry 4.0 Vision for the Supply of Energy and Materials will also earn a place in the libraries of working professionals with an interest in the quantitative analysis of Supply Chain 4.0 concepts and techniques.

Preface vii

Part I Industry 4.0 Drivers 1

1 Connectivity through Wireless Communications and Sensors 3

2 Blockchain and Smart Contracts 59

3 Robotics: A Key Driver of Industry 4.0 73

4 Cloud Computing and Its Impact on Industry 4.0: An Overview 99

5 Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in Industry 4.0 Technologies 121

Part II Industry 4.0 Technologies 159

6 Multi-Vector Internet of Energy (IoE): A Key Enabler for the Integration of Conventional and Renewable Power Generation 161

7 The Economic Implication of Integrating Investment Planning and Generation Scheduling: The Application of Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning 189

8 A Systematic Method for Wireless Sensor Placement: A Fault-Tolerant Communication Solution for Monitoring Water Distribution Networks 221

9 An Overview of the Evolution of Oil and Gas 4.0 241

10 Electrification of Transportation: Transition Toward Energy Sustainability 269

11 Computer-Aided Molecular Design: Accelerating the Commercialization Cycle 297

12 Pharmaceutical Industry: Challenges and Opportunities for Establishing Pharma 4.0 313

13 Additive Manufacturing: A Game-Changing Paradigm in Manufacturing and Supply Chains 339

Glossary 359

Index 371
Mahdi Sharifzadeh, PhD, is a higher education professional with research interests in Industry 4.0 technological domains and quantification of their technical progress. Moreover, he has extensively contributed to addressing challenging problems in energy and environmental systems engineering, including highly integrated power generation, smart electricity grids with a high penetration of renewable solar and wind power, detangling greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from water-energy nexus, artificial intelligence for predicting renewable power generation and electricity demand, multiscale carbon capture and storage, resilient design and operation of multi-vector energy networks, multi-scale systems engineering of renewable fuel and commodity products, and more.