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Process Engineering During the Life Cycle of a Product in the Twenty-First Century: Scope and Status of ISO/CD 10303-231

Published

Author(s)

Mark E. Palmer, M Gilbert, F E. Hess

Abstract

This document provides an overview of a new ISO standard, ISO/CD 10303-231, for exchanging process engineering information among process design and process simulation software tools and presents three views of this standard. First, it attempts to forecast the impact of application protocol (AP) 231 of ISO10303 on some process engineering activities in the twenty-first century. Second, it breaks down application protocol (AP) 231 into canonical areas. Third, it identifies technologies and skills that will be useful to some process engineers in the next millennium with the increased use of AP 231 by industry and expanded coverage of process data by AP 231.
Conference Dates
March 5-9, 2000
Conference Location
Undefined
Conference Title
AIChE National Meeting

Keywords

application protocol, process design, process engineering data, process equipment, process plant, process specifications

Citation

Palmer, M. , Gilbert, M. and Hess, F. (2017), Process Engineering During the Life Cycle of a Product in the Twenty-First Century: Scope and Status of ISO/CD 10303-231, AIChE National Meeting, Undefined (Accessed March 1, 2024)
Created February 19, 2017