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111 2  Interantional Conference on Sustainable Smart 
       Manufacturing|n(2nd :|d2019 :|cManchester, England),
245 10 Industry 4.0 - shaping the future of the digital world :
       |bproceedings of the 2nd International Conference on 
       Sustainable Smart Manufacturing (S2M 2019), 9-11 April 
       2019, Manchester, UK /|cedited by Paulo Jorge da Silva 
       Bartolo, Fernando Moreira da Silva, Shaden Jaradat, Helena
264  1 Boca Raton :|bCRC Press/Balkema Book,|c2021. 
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500    <P>Preface. Smart Manufacturing. Additive Manufacturing 
       and Virtual Prototyping. Materials for Healthcare 
       Applications and Circular Economy. Design Education. Urban
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0  Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- 
       Table of contents -- Preface -- Committee members -- 
       Keynote speaker -- International scientific committee -- 
       Smart manufacturing -- Towards adigital revolution in the 
       UK apparel manufacturing: An industry 4.0perspective -- 
       Towards fault detection and self-healing of chemical 
       processes over wireless sensor networks -- Pattern 
       recognition based on neural network for sign language 
       interpretation system using flexes sensor -- Aframework 
       for intelligent monitoring and control of chemical 
       processes with multi-agent systems. 
505 8  The transport of domestic animals and the Internet of 
       Things: Guidelines for the development of asmart carrier -
       - Development of production monitoring systems on labor-
       intensive manufacturing industries -- Importance of 
       maturity assessments in promoting adoption of i4.0 
       concepts in SMEs -- Fashion segment and Industry 4.0: 
       Brazilian textile and clothing industry- perspective into 
       the new industrial paradigms -- Jumping to Industry 4.0 
       through process design and managing information for smart 
       manufacturing: Configurable virtual workstation. 
505 8  Aframework for Industry 4.0 implementation: Acase study at
       King Saud University -- Health and safety in smart 
       industry: State-of-the-art and future trends -- BIM -- 
       based machine learning engine for smart real estate 
       appraisal -- Data analytics applied to sand casting 
       foundry industries -- The role of "JavaMach Cluster" to 
       training for Industry 4.0 -- Machine learning approach for
       biological pattern based shell structures -- Machine 
       learning, the Internet of Things, and the seeds of un-
       behavioral operations: Conceptual bases for the industry 
       of the future. 
505 8  Two-phase methodology for smart reconfigurable assembly 
       systems -- Ascrew unfastening method for robotic 
       disassembly -- Using active adjustment and compliance in 
       robotic disassembly -- An ontology for sensors knowledge 
       management in intelligent manufacturing systems -- Long 
       range RFID indoor positioning system with passive tags -- 
       Additive manufacturing and virtual prototyping -- 3D 
       printing for sustainable construction -- Galvanometer 
       calibration using image processing for additive 
       manufacturing -- A multi-material extrusion nozzle for 
       functionally graded concrete printing. 
505 8  Analysis of 3D printed 17-4 PH stainless steel lattice 
       structures with radially oriented cells -- Control of 
       process parameters for directed energy deposition of PH15-
       5 stainless steel parts -- Investigation into post-
       processing electron beam melting parts using jet 
       electrochemical machining -- Manufacturing of ahollow 
       propeller blade with WAAM process -- from the material 
       characterisation to the achievement -- Fully 3D printed 
       horizontally polarised omnidirectional antenna -- Paper in
       architecture: The role of additive manufacturing. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    The City of Manchester, once the birthplace of the 1st 
       Industrial Revolution, is today a pioneering hub of the 
       4th Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), offering 
       Industry 4.0 solutions in advanced materials, engineering,
       healthcare and social sciences. Indeed, the creation of 
       some of the city's greatest academic institutions was a 
       direct outcome of the industrial revolution, so it was 
       something of a homecoming that the Sustainable Smart 
       Manufacturing (S2M) Conference was hosted by The 
       University of Manchester in 2019. The conference was 
       jointly organised by The University of Manchester, The 
       University of Lisbon and The Polytechnic of Leiria - the 
       latter two bringing in a wealth of expertise in how 
       Industry 4.0 manifests itself in the context of 
       sustainably evolving, deeply-rooted cities. S2M-2019 
       instigated the development of 61 papers selected for 
       publication in this book on areas of Smart Manufacturing, 
       Additive Manufacturing and Virtual Prototyping, Materials 
       for Healthcare Applications and Circular Economy, Design 
       Education, and Urban Spaces. 
545 0  Paulo Bartolo is Head of the Manufacturing Group and 
       Innovative Manufacturing Theme at the School of Mechanical,
       Aerospace and Civil Engineering, The University of 
       Manchester. He is the University's Industry 4.0 Academic 
       Lead, theme leader of the Industry 4.0 Societal Challenge 
       at Digital Futures and sits on the Management Board of the
       Centre for Doctoral Training in Regenerative Medicine 
       funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research 
       Council (EPSRC) and the Medical Research Council (MRC). He
       authored more than 600 publications in journal papers, 
       book chapters and conference proceedings, co-edited 18 
       books and holds 14 patents, is the Founding Editor of the 
       Virtual and Physical Prototyping Journal (Taylor & 
       Francis) and Editor-in-Chief of Biomanufacturing Reviews 
       (Springer). He has been engaged in around 90 research 
       projects funded by the EPSRC, Innovate UK, Bill and 
       Melinda Gates Foundation, the Royal Society, the 
       Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, the 
       Portuguese Agency for Innovation, the European Commission,
       as well as industry. Paulo is a Fellow of the 
       International Academy of Production Engineering and chairs
       their Scientific Technical Committee on Electro-Physical 
       and Chemical Processes. He is also member of the 
       MANUFUTURE High Level Group, advisor to the Brazilian 
       Institute of Biofabrication and several national and 
       international funding agencies. Fernando Moreira da Silva 
       is Full Professor of Design at the Lisbon Faculty of 
       Architecture, Universidade de Lisboa, and has been 
       President of CIAUD - Research Centre for Architecture, 
       Urbanism and Design - since 2009. He obtained his PhD in 
       Built Environments from the University of Salford (Greater
       Manchester) and the Technical University of Lisbon. His 
       early research work included Inclusive Design, 
       Communication Design and Colour (University of Salford) 
       and Aggregation in Design (Universidade de Lisboa). He has
       been Coordinator for: the PhD degree in Design at the 
       Faculty of Architecture, Universidade de Lisboa since 2006,
       the International PhD degree in Design and Innovation 
       (with the Università della Campania, Naples, Italy) since 
       2012, and the Evaluation Panel for PhD grants in Design, 
       Architecture and Urbanism for FCT (Foundation of Science 
       and Technology, Portugal) since 2007. He has also been 
       CnPq International Evaluator, for research projects, 
       Brazil, since 2012. Fernando is Honorary Researcher at the
       Surface - Inclusive Design Research Centre, University of 
       Salford. He is a regular participant in collaborations 
       with national and international universities, jury member 
       in several international competitions, and member of the 
       scientific commissions of several international scientific
       journals. He has coordinated or participated in several 
       research projects funded by FCT and the EU, published many
       papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and written 
       three books and several book chapters. Shaden Jaradathas 
       been Manager of the Sustainable Smart Manufacturing (S2M) 
       conference in Manchester in 2019, which instigated the 
       papers published in this book. He obtained his BA and MSci
       in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge in 
       2002 and a PhD in Physics from The University of 
       Manchester in 2006 on the topic of Synchrotron Studies of 
       Liquid Crystals. He worked as a Research Associate in the 
       Nonlinear Dynamics and Liquid Crystals Group and the 
       Biological Physics Group, University of Manchester, 
       between 2007 and 2012. He then moved to the University's 
       International Development Division where he developed and 
       managed a number of overseas collaborations and strategic 
       relations. In 2018, Shaden joined the Research Strategy 
       Team in the Faculty of Science and Engineering and has 
       since supported the development of the University's 
       Industry 4.0 Strategy. He has also been coordinating some 
       of the University's strategic research proposals around 
       smart manufacturing and circular economy, and liaised 
       between the University and the Greater Manchester Combined
       Authority on Industry 4.0 aspects of Manchester's 
       industrial strategy. He published over 17 papers in peer-
       reviewed journals including Soft Matter, Applied Physics 
       Letters and Journal of Materials Chemistry, co-edited a 
       Special Issue on Advancements in Mechatronics and 
       Manufacturing Propelling Industry 4.0 in the International
       Journal of Mechatronics and Manufacturing Systems, and co-
       authored several articles in Industry 4.0 - focussed 
       periodicals. Helena B̀rtolo is Professor of Sustainable 
       Construction at the Department of Civil Engineering, 
       Polytechnic of Leiria (PIL), Portugal. She holds a PhD 
       degree in Construction Management from the University of 
       Reading, UK, a Master of Science degree in Structural 
       Engineering from the University of Porto and a 
       Licenciatura degree from the University of Coimbra, 
       Portugal. Helena is currently a member of the Research 
       Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design (CIAUD) of 
       the Lisbon School of Architecture, and has been a founding
       member of the PIL Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product
       Development. Her areas of interest focus on sustainable 
       construction, circularity in construction, bio-inspired 
       computational techniques to support conceptual design, 
       technology innovations in the built environment, new 
       materials for digital construction and advanced additive 
       manufacturing processes. Helena is also co-editor of 
       several books and co-author of about 80 scientific papers 
       published in peer review international journals, book 
       chapters and conference proceedings. She was Co-chair of 
       the International Conferences on Sustainable Intelligent 
       Manufacturing (SIM), and the International Conferences on 
       Sustainable Smart Manufacturing (S2M). She participated in
       national and international projects funded by the European
       Commission, the British Council, the Portuguese Agency for
       Innovation, the Portuguese Foundation for Science and 
       Technology, the Portuguese Institute for SMEs and 
       Innovation, and industry. 
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700 1  Bártolo, Helena Maria,|eeditor. 
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