Manfred Theißen, Ri Hai, Jan Morbach, R. Schneider, Wolfgang Marquardt:
Scenario-based analysis of industrial work processes
In: Nagl, M., Marquardt, W. (Eds.): Collaborative and distributed chemical engineering : from understanding to substantial design process support ; results of the IMPROVE project , Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, (5.1), 2008, 433-450
In this section, the modeling procedure for design processes introduced in Subsect. 2.4.2 is discussed from a more application-oriented point of view. The Workflow Modeling System WOMS, which has been developed for the easy modeling of complex industrial design processes, is described. Many case studies have been performed during the elaboration and validation of the modeling methodology and the tool, several of them in different industrial settings. In this contribution, some case studies are described in more detail. Two of them address different types of design processes. A third case study, demonstrating the generalizability of our results, deals with the work processes during the operation of a chemical plant.
IMPROVE,application domain modeling,chemical engineering,consistency management,cooperative design,extrusion process,information flow management,process model,process modeling,product coordination,product model,simulation