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A Process-Integrated Conceptual Design Environment for Chemical Engineering

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A Process-Integrated Conceptual Design Environment for Chemical Engineering
Abstract. The process industries (chemicals, food, oil, ...) are characterized by - continuous or batch -- processes of material transformation. The design of such processes, and their mapping to the available equipment (plants composed of production units in which reactions take place), is a complex process that determines the competitiveness of these industries, as well as their environmental impact. In cooperation with researchers and industry from chemical engineering, we have developed the idea to capture and evaluate the experiences gained about process designs in so-called process data warehouses. The data sources for such process data warehouses are highly heterogeneous tools, e.g. for conceptual design (termed flowsheeting in chemical engineering), for mathematical simulations of large non-linear differential equation systems, for measurements gained with experimental usage of equipment at small scale or in original size, or even from molecular modeling. The clients of a data ...
Matthias Jarke, Thomas List, Klaus Weidenhaupt
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Year 1999
Where ER
Authors Matthias Jarke, Thomas List, Klaus Weidenhaupt
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