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Integration of Mathematica into an Information System Supporting Chemical Process Development

Juha R. Anttila
Laboratory of Chemical Process Engineering
Department of Process Engineering
University of Oulu, Finland

Antti P. Pasanen
Technical Research Centre of Finland
Chemical Technology

Mathematica has been used as an environment for object modeling a new chemical-pulping process. The usability of Mathematica has been enhanced by integrating it into an Information System (IS) supporting chemical process development. The implementation of IS is based on a new phenomenon-driven process-design methodology. The integration into the IS results in an easy way to change and give process structures to Mathematica, and makes Mathematica an attractive alternative compared to commercial simulators.

south.rotol.ramk.fi/~keranen/IMS99/paper19/juttu.pdf
south.rotol.ramk.fi/~keranen/IMS99/paper19/Juttu.doc


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