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- 08 Feb 2017 13:18
- Forum: openLCA 1.5
- Topic: ReCiPe Method Version from ecoinvent v.3.3 LCIA methods
- Replies: 7
- Views: 2748
Hi, I am afraid that framomo4's information was not correct. The version of ReCiPe implemented by ecoinvent is from 2010, according to their report: http://www.ecoinvent.org/files/201007_hischier_weidema_implementation_of_lcia_methods.pdf (in newer reports of the LCIA implementation from ecoinvent, ...
Hi Marah, Following Andreas comment, you should notice that there are five product flows in BioEnergieDat which do not have a provider even if the ecoinvent v.2.2 database is combined with it. These are: - Strom, Heizkraftwerk (Dampfturbine), für Gutschrift/Substitution - Industrierestholz, Sägemehl...
Hello Matthias, Regarding your first question, the function "Evaluate per existing locations" calculates the intersections of the locations in the database with the shapes in the shapefile, not the final characterisation factor for each elementary flow and impact category in the LCIA method. The cal...
- 09 Aug 2016 19:43
- Forum: Data and Data Exchange
- Topic: Database Structure Documentation?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1313
Hello Ben, The openLCA schema of both Derby and MySQL databases can be checked on Github (https://github.com/GreenDelta/olca-modules/tree/master/olca-core/src/main/resources/org/openlca/core/database/internal). You can check there the content of each of the tables included in the database. Moreover,...
- 11 Jan 2016 16:25
- Forum: openLCA 1.4
- Topic: Beer bottle database for 1.4.1 not working
- Replies: 1
- Views: 2468
Hello Abir, That step refers to the creation of a new flow within the already existing category [folder] “Case study – beer bottle”. For that, right click on the category [folder] named “Case study – beer bottle” within the category "Flows". This is of course only to have better organized the databa...
Hi Elorri, The ecoinvent LCIA methods package contains mainly ecoinvent elementary flows, so GaBi specific flows are not included. openLCA LCIA methods package intends to keep, as accurately as possible, the original data from the methodologies considered. Therefore, if these flows are not included ...
- 12 Dec 2013 12:25
- Forum: Databases
- Topic: Using Ecoinvent in OpenLCA (for the beer bottle case)
- Replies: 6
- Views: 3789
The problem using ELCD data and the ecoinvent method “cumulative energy demand” is that the characterization factors in the method refer to different flows that those in the inventory (e.g. "brown coal; 11.9MJ/kg" and "Coal, brown, in ground”). Thus, the result is 0. If another method is selected, e...