Aldona Kluczek

Aldona Kluczek
Warsaw University of Technology · Faculty of Production Engineering /Institute of Organization of Production Systems

Doctor of Engineering

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Publications (32)
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At the present time, with continuous market changes, customer satisfaction and meeting the needs of employees are the most important factors for building managerial systems and implementing of the strategy in many companies. The goal of this paper is to develop a multi-faced knowledge management-based strategy combining analytical and qualitative m...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerability of global manufacturing companies to their supply chains and operating activities as one of the significant disruption events of the past two decades. It has demonstrated that major companies underestimate the need for sustainable and resilient operations. The pandemic has resulted in significant...
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Nowadays, it is still difficult to measure organizations’ performances due to the complexity of energy systems, their multiple functions, and the usage of unclear indicators. Organizations need to consider energy issues to contribute to sustainability. This paper aims to develop a methodology for measuring energy sustainability performance for a bi...
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A demonstration of the relationship between the share of renewables in gross marginal energy and selected countries’ economic growth is the basis of this research. The paper seeks to investigate mutual correlations between renewable energy sources and economic growth for two EU economies and how it influences their fluctuations (increase and decrea...
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Industry 4.0 challenges facilities entrepreneurs to be competitive in the market in terms of energy by rational decision making. The goal of the paper is aimed at introducing Prospect Theory (PT) in Industry 4.0 for making decisions in order to select an optimal energy technology. To reach this goal, an approach for decision making on energy invest...
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The transformation trend towards digital technology to achieve sustainability targets and meet legal regulations has been visible in many industries. The printing sector has already been increasingly boosting sustainability performance through digitalization to automate workflows of processes. The goal of this paper is to initially diagnose a susta...
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The necessity to enhance multicriteria decision in the industry is challenging to support the current energy policy. European Union regulations and guidelines provide the guideline for minimalizing environmental harms but are not enough in their actions for providing effective sustainability assessment. None of the available standalone assessment m...
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The last half of the 20th century was characterized by the most impactful ecosystem changes throughout regulations and guidelines minimalizing environmental harms. Many of them emphasize the importance of enterprise sustainability for renewable energy policy. When dealing with numerous alternatives for the implementation of renewables-based policy,...
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Internet of Things (IoT) technology has advanced in recent years, leading to improvements of manufacturing processes. As a result of such improvements, environmental sustainability assessments for technologies have been requested by international control agencies. Although various assessment approaches are widely applied, IoT technology requires ef...
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Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) is the biggest technological university in Poland. WUT has since educated many successive generations of engineers, thereby making a significant contribution to the advancement of science and technology both in Poland and in the world. Over 500 professors deliver education to almost 31,000 students. The Faculty...
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Industry 4.0 (I4.0) has become a widely accepted manufacturing paradigm across a wide range of industries. It includes an array of various approaches, tools, techniques, and methods. They were known to researchers before, but when combined they build a new reality, which needs procedures for the assessment of technologies and manufacturing processe...
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For citation please use original article: Ejsmont K., Gladysz B., Kluczek A., Impact of Industry 4.0 on Sustainability—Bibliometric Literature Review. Sustainability 2020, 12(14), 5650; https://doi.org/10.3390/su12145650 Industry 4.0 (I4.0) as a term and strategic initiative of the German government was introduced in 2011. Many similar transformi...
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Nowadays, sustainability and Industry 4.0 (I4.0) are trending concepts used in the literature on industrial processes. Industry 4.0 has been mainly addressed by the current literature from a technological perspective, overlooking sustainability challenges regarding this recent paradigm. The objective of this paper is to evaluate the state of the ar...
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In recent years, manufacturing processes have interacted with sustainability which are implemented in the cost-effective ways to minimalize energy, decrease negative impact on the environment and are safe for society. However, the attention has been on separate sustainability assessment methods combining energy Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) to evaluate...
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Technology assessment (TA) is not a new concept. High value energy technology identification needs to be followed by a decision process in which all shareholders contribute. A case study on Combined and Heat Power (CHP) technologies considered is presented to illustrate the applicability of fuzzy analytical hierarchy assessment approach (FAHP). The...
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Currently growing concerns about energy efficiency and sustainability across the manufacturing sector have spurred researchers to spend their efforts on improving energy efficiency. A recent study on sustainability assessment does not provide any real measurement linkages between energy matters and sustainability dimensions at the plant level. Simu...
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The objective of this paper is to investigate eco-efficiency in a durable goods manufacturing system. It is intended to apply a method used in a company producing heating devices within the boiler sector. A hybrid methodology is used to assess the eco-efficiency of manufacturing processes, based on combining Material Flow Analysis, Life Cycle Asses...
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Nowadays, manufacturing companies need to operate a business and apply technology that are competitive as well as sustainable from a social, environmental as well as economical perspective. One of the technologies gaining substantial interests over manufacturing companies is radio frequency identification, which supports logistics and information f...
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In pursuit of higher energy savings and de-carbonization, greater fuel diversity and lower pollutant emission is possible by production processes through energy-savings opportunities and associated environmentally-benign technologies. Current production processes represents the biggest consumption of energy, and the greatest amount of emissions emi...
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Biogas production is a promising renewable energy which can be used to achieve environmental sustainability. There are however many improvements that can still be made to the process or technology to increase energy efficiency. Dynamic energy life cycle approach integrating life cycle assessment and life cycle cost could be therefore a tool for eva...
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The paper depicts an overall multi-criteria approach for sustainability assessment of manufacturing processes. The analytic hierarchy process method is used to determine ranking of activity areas for manufacturing processes in terms of sustainability objectives. An analytical technique is also employed to assess the degree of sustainability in manu...
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As the environmental issues, complexity and cost of technology implementation increases, the need and guidance approach for assessing technologies is becoming increasingly important for gaining competitive advantage in the market. A framework for assessment of far-reaching technology for clean power and heat generation is proposed in this paper. It...
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The heating sector has begun implementing technologies and practices to tackle the environmental and social-economic problems caused by their production process. The purpose of this paper is to develop a methodology, "the Quick-Green-Scan", that caters for the need of quick assessment decision-makers to improve green manufacturing performance in co...
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The paper is to present a multi-criteria approach for sustainability assessment of manufacturing processes, which can be applied to carry out the sustainability assessment of manufacturing processes requiring less detailed data, time, and expert knowledge, but still providing a company-level analysis. The analytical hierarchy process method is used...
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The article identifies opportunities for implementing Best Available Techniques to mitigate pollution for a Polish heating device (central heating boilers) factory. Environmental problems encountered were mainly air pollution and the discharge of organic solvents or other dangerous substances from applying paint. In the heating sector, environmenta...
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The goal of the article is to present energy saving actions un-dertaken in the United States. The constantly changing energy market in the U.S., limited natural resources and increase in energy consumption have motivated federal programs designed to promote sustainable development. The article discusses the activities of the Department of Energy's...
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Manufacturing techniques are concerned with quality, cost, productivity and sustainability. With today‘s environmental awareness and the pressure of the sustainability requirements, existing manufacturing techniques of heating devices are evolving into the redesign manufacturing unit processes to increase overall sustainability. Also, these techniq...

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Goal: the transition toward sustainable Industry 4.0 More information at https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special_issues/Sus_Industry_4
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Diagnose and model dependencies of Industry 4.0 and sustainability.
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The aim of the paper is to evaluate the energy flow via energy life-cycle analysis for sustainability of a bio-digester CHP system treating dairy manure.