Back to top

Report

The figure shows a snap shot of the report's cover page.
Result
MinFuture Framework

The size and the complexity of the global material flows have increased drastically over the past decades as a consequence of population growth, urbanization, globalization, technological development (e.g., employment of more complex material combinations in manufacturing), and sophistication in

The figure shows a snap shot of the report's cover page.
Result
MinFuture Deliverable D4.2

The conceptual framework of MinFuture is structured as a pyramid with seven components related to Material Flow Analysis (i.e., systems, data, uncertainty, models, indicators, visualisation, and strategy & decision support).

The figure shows the step-by-step methodology to develop a visualisation platform from which to create and communicate data driven MFA stories. It starts with collecting data and moves then towards creating stories from this data and communicating these stories via a library.
Result
List of features for which visualization is required and detailed requirement profile for optimal visualisation tool

Visualisation in the modern world is essential and foundational for communication.

The picture shows a snap shot of the cover page of the report.
Result
MinFuture Deliverable D3.3

Material flow analysis (MFA) in general, is a term used to summarize a wide range of approaches to describe material stocks and flows in systems defined in space and time.

This figure shows a sankey diagram of global steel flows from steelmaking to end-use goods. The width of the different arrows represent quantities flowing from one life cycle stage to the next; the thicker the arrow, the larger the quantities.
Result
MinFuture deliverable D3.2

MinFuture is a collaborative project funded by the Horizon 2020 framework, aiming to identify, integrate, and develop expertise for global material flow analysis and scenario modelling.

Subscribe to Report