You do not write the specific ReCiPe method, nor the database version, nor whether you calculated in openLCA with cut-off or not, but when I use ReCiPe 2016 H, from openLCA LCIA pack 2.0.4, and ecoinvent 3.5 APOS, without cut-off, I get these results in openLCA (version 1.10.2 but this should not influence anything):
|Fine particulate matter formation||0.02499||kg PM2.5 eq|
|Fossil resource scarcity||0.48719||kg oil eq|
|Freshwater ecotoxicity||4.11204||kg 1,4-DCB|
|Freshwater eutrophication||0.02299||kg P eq|
|Global warming||1.83582||kg CO2 eq|
|Human carcinogenic toxicity||0.93618||kg 1,4-DCB|
|Human non-carcinogenic toxicity||150.1444||kg 1,4-DCB|
|Ionizing radiation||0.2784||kBq Co-60 eq|
|Land use||0.18999||m2a crop eq|
|Marine ecotoxicity||5.93977||kg 1,4-DCB|
|Marine eutrophication||0.06126||kg N eq|
|Mineral resource scarcity||1.62791||kg Cu eq|
|Ozone formation, Human health||0.0178||kg NOx eq|
|Ozone formation, Terrestrial ecosystems||0.01814||kg NOx eq|
|Stratospheric ozone depletion||4.33E-06||kg CFC11 eq|
|Terrestrial acidification||0.05253||kg SO2 eq|
|Terrestrial ecotoxicity||506.33335||kg 1,4-DCB|
This is very much aligned with your SimaPro results. For some categories there are differences (you do not post units for your results, however), e.g. water, where we include water from hydropower, and also GWP. We documented this in the LCIA method handbook, since we tested also our results against SimaPro.
I am receiving the values you post for openLCA with ecoinvent 3.6 APOS in openLCA, using method pack LCIA 2.0.4, ReciPe 2016 H. Note that ecoinvent 3.6 is today not yet available for SimaPro, as 3.6 was just released in September last year by the ecoinvent centre. The new version brings quite larger product systems, with more diverse processes from different countries, which can have an influence on the results.
help me to solve this problem.
-> either use also ecoinvent 3.5 in openLCA, or take the new values in openLCA, with ecoinvent 3.6. And as a side-note, it helps if you are more precise with terms, in LCA, when talking about your work. I hope this is fine to mention.