Investigating Cause and Effect Relationships and Prioritizing of GM Assessment Indexes based on Economic, Resources, Energy and Environmental Attributes and PSR Framework using Gray DEMATAL

  • Ali Shahabi Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
  • Amir abbas Shojaie Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
  • Mehrdad Javadi Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
Palavras-chave: Manufatura Verde, Gray DEMATEL, Avaliação de Verdor e Sustentabilidade, Índices e Indicadores

Resumo

Atualmente, o papel da manufatura verde (GM, Green Manufacturing) no desenvolvimento sustentável é evidente e irrefutável, portanto, as organizações procuram se apresentar “verdes” para manter sua imagem em sua comunidade. O método usual de avaliação da sustentabilidade e do verdor de um sistema é o uso de indicadores e índices que são classificados em vários grupos com base em suas características. Um tipo importante de categorização de índices é baseado em quatro atributos de sustentabilidade, incluindo econômico, energia, meio ambiente e recursos, além do modelo pressão-resposta-estado (PSR, Pressure-State-Response). Tendo em vista a lacuna de pesquisa sobre as relações de interações em índices faz-se necessário investigar a influência de outros e quais são influenciados por outros. Como os índices em cada grupo podem ser efetivos em outros índices e serem sobrepostos em certa medida, assim é essencial priorizar e avaliar as relações de causa e efeito pelo uso de um método apropriado. Consideramos o relacionamento e priorizamos os índices mais importantes para avaliar o verdor da manufatura com base nos atributos de sustentabilidade e no modelo de PSR. Os dados são coletados por questionários especializados em GM, incluindo 41 índices mais os 4 atributos mencionados, totalizando 45 fatores em 13 grupos. A fim de analisar os dados, no que diz respeito às informações não seguras e insuficientes, é utilizado o método Gray DEMATEL.

Biografia do Autor

Ali Shahabi, Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
PhD Student in Industrial Eng. Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
Amir abbas Shojaie, Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
PhD in Industrial Eng. and I.E. Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
Mehrdad Javadi, Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.
PhD In Mechanical Eng. and Mechanical Eng. Islamic Azad University-South Tehran Branch, AZAD, Iran.

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Publicado
2019-05-01
Como Citar
Shahabi, Ali, Amir abbas Shojaie, e Mehrdad Javadi. 2019. “Investigating Cause and Effect Relationships and Prioritizing of GM Assessment Indexes Based on Economic, Resources, Energy and Environmental Attributes and PSR Framework Using Gray DEMATA”L. Fronteiras: Journal of Social, Technological and Environmental Science 8 (2), 392-407. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.21664/2238-8869.2019v8i2.p392-407.