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Tilsner M.,Memorial University of Newfoundland | Fiech A.,Memorial University of Newfoundland | Zhan G.,Memorial University of Newfoundland | Specht T.,Hochschule Mannheim
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series | Year: 2011

The discovery of suitable services is a crucial, but challenging activity during service-oriented engineering. While in many scenarios a single service will satisfy the user's exigent needs, there are cases where a combination of services might be appropriate. In this work-in-progess paper we identify several composition patterns that assist in the discovery of appropriate services. We outline a pattern based algorithm for service discovery and formalize the solution set. © 2011 ACM. Source


Ottenbacher M.,BASF | Olujic Z.,Technical University of Delft | Adrian T.,Hochschule Mannheim | Jodecke M.,BASF | Grossmann C.,BASF
Chemical Engineering Research and Design | Year: 2011

Distillation is the most important thermal separation process, with separation efficiency as one of the fundamental parameters to influence economy and energy consumption. The precise knowledge of separation efficiency and the ability to compare different types of column internals is vital information for the chemical industry. Still, total reflux distillation experiments are the only significant source of such data. The authors have taken the effort to work out in elaborate manner different factors influencing both measurement and interpretation of structured packing separation efficiency data, to provide basis for establishing an open standard in this respect. In addition, an improved set of thermophysical correlations for the test system chlorobenzene/ethylbenzene (CB/EB) is presented. © 2011 The Institution of Chemical Engineers. Source


Enger M.,Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava | Blaskovits P.,Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava | Feinle P.,Hochschule Mannheim
Tribologie und Schmierungstechnik | Year: 2013

Within this work different slide-active coatings for thermoplastics, based on a new binder technology, were investigated for their use in the automobile interior. These coatings were slide-modified with typical solid lubricants (h-BN, PTFE, graphite) at different concentrations. The main focus of this paper is the determination of the sliding behaviour of the coated thermoplastics in direct comparison to the uncoated variants. The coatings showed clearly different slide motion properties concerning their friction coefficient and stick-slip behaviour. In a direct comparison with the currently used polymers a clear improvement of slide properties could be achieved. Source


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Hochschule Mannheim and BorgWarner Inc. | Date: 2007-03-20

printed publications, namely, books, brochures and course materials in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology. educational services, namely, conducting classes, courses, conferences, seminars, training sessions and workshops in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; further education, namely, providing continuing education courses in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; organizing and arranging of seminars and conferences; educational services, namely, organizing and arranging of classes, courses, training sessions and workshops in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; conducting classes, courses, conferences, seminars, training sessions and workshops in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; publication of books, brochures, course materials and prospectuses; online publication of electronic books, brochures, course materials and prospectuses. mechanical research; analysis and technical testing of engines and turbochargers; analysis of technical measuring of engines and turbochargers; technical analysis of scientific tests and studies; software design and development; physical engine and turbocharger model development, and design and development of engines and turbochargers; providing expert technical opinions regarding engines and turbochargers; scientific research; conducting scientific research and development; legal research regarding intellectual property, namely, conducting searches of prior art.


Trademark
Hochschule Mannheim and BorgWarner Inc. | Date: 2007-04-03

printed publications, namely, books, brochures and course materials in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology. educational services, namely, conducting classes, courses, conferences, seminars, training sessions and workshops in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; further education, namely, providing continuing education courses in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; organizing and arranging of seminars and conferences; educational services, namely, organizing and arranging of classes, courses, training sessions and workshops in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; conducting classes, courses, conferences, seminars, training sessions and workshops in the fields of engine and turbocharger technology; publication of books, brochures, course materials and prospectuses; online publication of electronic books, brochures, course materials and prospectuses. mechanical research; analysis and technical testing of engines and turbochargers; analysis of technical measuring of engines and turbochargers; technical analysis of scientific tests and studies; software design and development; physical engine and turbocharger model development, and design and development of engines and turbochargers; providing expert technical opinions regarding engines and turbochargers; scientific research; conducting scientific research and development; legal research regarding intellectual property, namely, conducting searches of prior art.

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