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by Manfred Nagl,Wolfgang Marquardt

Free eBook Collaborative and Distributed Chemical Engineering. From Understanding to Substantial Design Process Support: Results of the IMPROVE Project (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) download ISBN: 3540705511
Author: Manfred Nagl,Wolfgang Marquardt
Publisher: Springer; 2008 edition (August 27, 2008)
Language: English
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IMPROVE stands for "Information Technology Support for Collaborative and Distributed Design Processes in Chemical Engineering" and is a large joint project of. .The Interdisciplinary IMPROVE Project.

The Interdisciplinary IMPROVE Project. An Introduction to Application Domain Modeling.

The new process management functionality of Comos will be evaluated by selected customers of innotec. Support for Modeling, Enactment and Monitoring of Engineering Design Processes. Marquardt and his group are conducting the IMPROVE project to integrate heterogeneous documents generated across the engineering phases with a focus on early design phase (Nagl and Marquardt, 2008).

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Collaborative and Distributed Chemical Engineering. From Understanding to Substantial Design Process Support: Results of the IMPROVE Project (Lecture Notes in Computer Science). 3540705511 (ISBN13: 9783540705512).

Nagl, . Collaborative and distributed chemical engineering : From understanding to substantial design process support; Results of the IMPROVE projec Berlin: Springer, 2008 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4970) ISBN: 3-540-70551-1 ISBN: 978-3-540-70551-2. Collaborative and distributed chemical engineering : From understanding to substantial design process support; Results of the IMPROVE projec Berlin: Springer, 2008 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4970) ISBN: 3-540-70551-1 ISBN: 978-3-540-70551-2 p. 75-695. Source: Fraunhofer-Publica - Publication Database of the aft.

Manfred Nagl, Wolfgang Marquardt. The focus of IMRPOVE is on understanding, formalizing, evaluating, and, consequently, improving design processes in chemical engineering

The framework supports the iterative creation of work process models for diverse . Manfred Theißen, Ri Hai, Wolfgang Marquardt From Understanding to Substantial Design Process Support - Results of the IMPROVE Project.

The framework supports the iterative creation of work process models for diverse applications such as work process simulation or enactment and the subsequent export of the models in suitable application tools. Ease of use has been a key design criterion for the framework. Manfred Theißen, Ri Hai, Wolfgang Marquardt. During the life cycle of a chemical product and its associated production process, diverse types of work processes are performed, such as design and operational processes. From Understanding to Substantial Design Process Support - Results of the IMPROVE Project. Manfred Nagl, Wolfgang Marquardt.

Programming and Software Engineering) Manfred Nagl,Wolfgang Marquardt 2008-08-27 00:00:00 .

Programming and Software Engineering) Manfred Nagl,Wolfgang Marquardt 2008-08-27 00:00:00 Springer 851 Artificial Intelligence. The focus of IMRPOVE is on understanding, formalizing, evaluating, and, consequently, improving design processes in chemical engineering.

Coordinators: Nagl Manfred, Marquardt Wolfgang.

4 3. APPLICATION In the IMPROVE project, we are studying the design of a.Tool support for the management of design processes in chemical engineering

4 3. APPLICATION In the IMPROVE project, we are studying the design of a chemical plant for Polyamide6 as a reference process against which the developed tools (. AHEAD) are evaluated. The process focuses on the early lifecycle phases, namely basic engineering and conceptual design. The result of the preparation phase is an abstract flow diagram, according to which the design process may be detailed further. Tool support for the management of design processes in chemical engineering. Computers & Chemical Engineering, 27(2):, Manfred Nagl and Wolfgang Marquardt.

IMPROVE stands for "Information Technology Support for Collaborative and Distributed Design Processes in Chemical Engineering" and is a large joint project of research institutions at RWTH Aachen University. This volume summarizes the results after 9 years of cooperative research work.

The focus of IMRPOVE is on understanding, formalizing, evaluating, and, consequently, improving design processes in chemical engineering. In particular, IMPROVE focuses on conceptual design and basic engineering, where the fundamental decisions concerning the design or redesign of a chemical plant are undertaken. Design processes are analyzed and evaluated in collaboration with industrial partners.