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系統識別號 U0026-0208201814510500
論文名稱(中文) 面板產業產品碳足跡標準計算程序
論文名稱(英文) Product Carbon Footprint Standard Calculation Procedure for Display Industry
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 機械工程學系
系所名稱(英) Department of Mechanical Engineering
學年度 106
學期 2
出版年 107
研究生(中文) 黃浩彰
研究生(英文) Hao-Jhang Huang
學號 N16054679
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
論文頁數 140頁
口試委員 指導教授-陳家豪
口試委員-施勵行
口試委員-劉至行
中文關鍵字 產品碳足跡  生命週期評估  面板產業 
英文關鍵字 Product Carbon Footprint (PCF)  Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)  Display Industry 
學科別分類
中文摘要 過量的溫室氣體造成全球暖化的升溫已經是不能再被忽視的問題,隨著環境意識的高漲,企業已經開始面臨低碳經濟發展的壓力與更嚴格的環保法規。生命週期評估是一項成熟且能用來與環境來溝通的方法,越來越多企業使用生命週期評估方法來做為分析碳排放的工具。隨著科技的進步與人的生活與資訊與通訊科技(ICT)相關的產品緊密結合,但是生命週期評估應用在資訊與通訊科技相關的產品的分析結果出現了許多相關的問題。

數位化革命創造了面板產業,面板產業是資訊與通訊科技(ICT)的一個分支。本研究提出一套針對面板產業中上游的產品碳足跡計算程序以提升一致性與可比較性,並蒐集面板產業相關的排放係數資料庫當作標準計算程序參考與針對下游相關產品蒐集相關的標準情境以提升生命週期評估結果中會面臨的比較性問題,另一方面,同時與面板協會合作以提升標準計算程序結果的合理性。最後以一個32吋的面板模組與32吋的電視機來進行標準計算程序的案例演練,經過此的標準計算程序評估確實可以提升可以比較性與一致性。
英文摘要 The main reason for the global warming is excessive greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and it is a problem that can’t be ignored in the 21st century. With the rising environmental awareness, corporate has started to face pressure of the development of a low-carbon economy and strict environmental regulations. Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a well-developed method that can communicate with environment, and there are more and more corporates use it as a tool to analyze carbon emissions. To date, everyday life closely relates to information and communication technology (ICT). However, there are many problems in the implementation of results of LCA with ICT.

Digital revolution has created the display industry, and it is a big category of ICT. This research puts emphasis on the upstream and midstream company in the display industry to propose a product carbon footprint standard calculation procedure for increasing the comparability and consistency. Besides, the research has collected some data related to the display industry to propose standard emission factor databases for reference when using the standard calculation procedure, and some standard scenarios in the use stage for products in the downstream are collected to fix the problems of comparability. In the meantime, the research cooperates with the industry, Taiwan TFT LCD Association (TTLA) to propose this standard calculation procedure to increase the legitimacy. At last, there are case studies for using the standard calculation procedure, namely a 32inch module and a 32inch TV set, and the result of the assessment do increase the comparability and consistency after that.
論文目次 Abstract I
Abstract in Chinese II
Acknowledgement in Chinese III
Contents IV
List of Tables VIII
List of Figures XI
Chapter 1. Introduction 1
1.1 Background and Research Motive 1
1.1.1 Background 1
1.1.2 Research Motive 2
1.2 Literature Review 3
1.2.1 Developments and Gaps of Life Cycle Assessment 3
1.2.2 Product Carbon Footprint and Uncertainties Problems 4
1.2.3 Environmental Indicator and Implementation of LCA 4
1.3 Research Method and Purpose 7
1.3.1 Research Method 7
1.3.2 Research Purpose 7
1.4 Research Structure 8
Chapter 2. Introduction of Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) and Display Industry 10
2.1 What are PCF and LCA 10
2.2 Introduction of Display Industry 16
2.3 Summary 19
Chapter 3. Product Carbon Footprint Calculation Standard Procedure Introduction 20
3.1 Foreword 20
3.2 Standard Calculation Procedure for Primary Company 22
3.2.1 Goal and Scope 22
3.2.1.1 Definition of Goal 22
3.2.1.2 Definition of Scope 22
3.2.2 Inventory Analysis 25
3.2.3 Impact Assessment 26
3.2.3.1 Raw Material Stage 26
3.2.3.2 Manufacturing Stage 31
3.2.3.3 Transportation Stage 32
3.2.3.4 Product Carbon Footprint of a Module 32
3.2.4 Standard Use Stage Scenarios and Requirement of End-of-life Stage 33
3.3 Standard Calculation Procedure for Supply Chain Company 35
3.4 Standard Emission Factors Database 36
3.4.1 Background 36
3.4.2 Database for Primary Company 36
3.4.3 Database for Supply Chain Company 45
3.5 Summary and Suggestion 72
Chapter 4. Case Study for Using Standard Calculation Procedure 74
4.1 Background Introduction 74
4.2 Case Study of a TFT-LCD Module 74
4.2.1 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch Module - Raw Material Stage 74
4.2.2 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch Module - Manufacturing Stage 83
4.2.3 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch Module - Transportation Stage 85
4.2.4 Product Carbon Footprint a 32inch Module (B2B) 104
4.3 Case Study of a TV set 105
4.3.1 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch TV set - Raw Material Stage 105
4.3.2 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch TV set - Transportation Stage 109
4.3.3 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch TV set - Manufacturing Stage 109
4.3.4 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch TV set - Use Stage 109
4.3.5 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch TV set - End-of-life Stage 111
4.3.6 Product Carbon Footprint of a 32inch TV (B2C) 111
4.4 Summary 113
Chapter 5. Conclusions and Suggestions for Future Works 114
5.1 Conclusions 114
5.2 Suggestions for Future Works 116
References 119
Appendix A 125
Appendix B 129
Related Publications 139
Related Publications in Chinese 140 
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