Life Cycle Inventory of a Generic US Family Sedan Contribution of the Peer Review Process

Paper #:
  • 982170

Published:
  • 1998-11-30
Citation:
Brady, K., "Life Cycle Inventory of a Generic US Family Sedan Contribution of the Peer Review Process," SAE Technical Paper 982170, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/982170.
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7
Abstract:
The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry has noted that the peer review process is a key feature for the advancement of life cycle assessment. The International Organisation for Standardisation has recently provided further guidance and requirements for conducting such reviews in the ISO standard on life cycle assessment (ISO 14040).This paper outlines the contribution of the peer review process to the Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) of a generic 1500 Kg vehicle that was carried out by United States Automotive Materials Partnership's Life Cycle Assessment Special Topics Group (USAMP/LCA). At the time of writing the final report for this study had not been reviewed, therefore the paper focuses on the overall peer review process, preliminary findings and lessons learned to date.This paper is one of six SAE publications discussing the results and execution of the USCAR AMP Generic Vehicle LCI. The papers in this series are (Overview of results 982160, 982161, 982162, 982168, 982169, 982170)1.
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