By Georg J. Schmitz, Ulrich Prahl
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–20): Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter 2 simple suggestion of the Platform (pages 21–41): Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter three State?of?the?Art types, software program, and destiny advancements (pages 43–59): Markus Apel and Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz
Chapter four Standardization (pages 61–79): Stefan Benke and Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz
Chapter five Prediction of powerful homes (pages 81–115): Gottfried Laschet, Tatyana Kashko, Stephan Benke, Mehmet Ote and Kirsten Bobzin
Chapter 6 allotted Simulations (pages 117–129): Thomas Beer, Tobias Meisen and Rudolf Reinhard
Chapter 7 Visualization (pages 131–141): Thomas Beer and Tobias Meisen
Chapter eight try out Case Line Pipe (pages 143–185): Patrick Fayek, Hendrik Quade, Thomas Henke, Gottfried Laschet, Markus Apel, Eduardo Sambrano Rossiter, Markus Bambach and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter nine try Case Gearing part (pages 187–219): Sergey Konovalov, Thomas Henke, Ulrich Jansen, Ario Hardjosuwito, Wolfram Lohse, Markus Bambach and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter 10 try Case: Technical Plastic elements (pages 221–256): Walter Michaeli, Christian Hopmann, Thomas Baranowski, Gottfried Laschet, Barbara Heesel, Tim Arping, Kirsten Bobzin, Tatyana Kashko and Mehmet Ote
Chapter eleven Textile?Reinforced Piston Rod (pages 257–279): Britta Kuckhoff, Josef Klingele, Markus Linke, Thomas Gries, Kirsten Bobzin, Thomas Schlafer, Tatyana Kashko and Mehmet Ote
Chapter 12 attempt Case stainless-steel Bearing Housing (pages 281–304): Stephan Freyberger, Stefan Benke, Hendrik Quade and Jenny Rudnizki
Chapter thirteen destiny ICME (pages 305–321): Dr. Ulrich Prahl and Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz
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Economic competition will prevent or at least substantially hinder the exchange of codes or interface routines and data. Commercial providers of simulation software are highly interested and active in developing their own standards linking their proprietary codes toward their own ICME platforms, making their product portfolio more competitive. Although many of them already provide interfaces to their tools, their interest in creating and developing a generalized, open standard that also allows information exchange, for example, with software tools of their competitors or with tools originating from academia, is less pronounced.
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