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    Roadmap Oberflächennahe Geothermie
    (Fraunhofer IEG, 2022-06)
    Born, Holger
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    Eicker, Timm
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    Die vorliegende Studie wurde durch die Fraunhofer IEG, Fraunhofer-Einrichtung für Energieinfrastrukturen und Geothermie IEG, mit Unterstützung des Bundesverbandes Geothermie (BVG), des Bundesverbandes Wärmepumpe (BWP) und der Erdwärme Gemeinschaft Bayern erstellt.
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    Ein Ko²mpass für IT im öffentlichen Raum
    (Kompetenzzentrum Öffentliche IT, 2022-03) ; ;
    Die komplexen Vorhaben der Digitalisierung können nicht allein durch Technik gelöst werden, auch nicht-technische Maßnahmen müssen einbezogen werden. Das White Paper beleuchtet am Beispiel Smart-City Herausforderungen bei der Konkretisierung von Gestaltungszielen für den öffentlichen Raum. Im Mittelpunkt steht dabei die Übertragung gesellschaftlicher Werte in Anforderungen an Technik. Entscheidend hierfür ist die Kompetenz, Werte in Lösungen übersetzen zu können. Neben bewährten Ansätzen stellen wir ein neues Werkzeug vor, das laufenden und zukünftigen Projekten Anregungen für ein praxisgerechtes Vorgehen geben soll: Mit dem »Ko2mpass für Smart Cities« wollen wir beitragen, den Möglichkeitsraum der Gestaltung mit Blick auf seine Kontingenz und Kontextabhängigkeit auszuschöpfen.
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    Modellieren von Widerstandspunktschweissungen in FE
    In der Veröffentlichung wird anwendungsbezogen die Simulation von Widerstandpunktschweißungen in FEA-Programmen erklärt. Hierbei wird insbesondere der Nutzen für den praxisorientieren Schweißingenieur/Produktionsplaner erläutert und wie dieser die Schweißstruktursimulation nutzen kann, um Schweißverzug vorherzusagen und diesen zu minimieren.
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    Water security plan. Towards a more resilient drinking water infrastructure
    ( 2022)
    Batlle Ribas, Montserrat
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    Brill, Eyal
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    Coelho, Maria Rosario
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    Coimbra, Maria Fátima
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    Deuerlein, Jochen
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    Gattinesi, Peter
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    Hohenblum, Philipp
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    Pieronne, Pierre
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    Raich, Jordi
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    Simas, Luis
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    Teixeira, Rui
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    Ugarelli, Rita
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    Weingartner, Andreas
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    Cardarilli, Monica
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    Giannopoulos, Georgios
    The purpose of the Water Security Plan (WSecP) is the planning and implementation of preparedness, prevention, response and recovery strategies against malicious attacks on drinking water supply systems. Deliberate contamination could impact many people and disrupt interconnected services. The Water Security Plan focuses on the protection and resilience of drinking water infrastructure against intentional threats and provides guidance for water utilities and decision makers. These proposals have been developed from operational experiences of using innovative real-time monitoring tools and technologies. Benefits from the latest tools and technologies include improved resource allocation and optimization, and developing more effective security solutions for water supply systems. The concept has been elaborated to cover attacks along the entire distribution range from water source to tap, and addresses both large and small water utilities. The paper provides the framework upon which the Water Security Plan should be elaborated, such as methodologies, system components, best practices and future perspectives. The aim is not to be exhaustive but rather to offer an overarching picture of the key elements which should be considered and implemented by water operators to enhance drinking water security. The proposed Water Security Plan guidance has been produced by the ERNCIP Thematic Group on “Chemical and Biological Risks to Drinking Water”. The paper concludes with some recommendations and practical observations for drinking water suppliers.
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    Killing the PLM Monolith - the Emergence of cloud-native System Lifecycle Management (SysLM)
    ( 2022-05-30) ; ;
    Masior, Jonathan
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    Pfenning, Michael
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    Roth, Arnold
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    Reichwein, Axel
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    Hooshmand, Yousef
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    Muggeo, Christian
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    Hutsch, Marc
    The rapid increase of complexity in modern products introduces numerous challenges for manufac-turing companies around the globe. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is seen as the best choice to handle this huge increase in complexity and as one cornerstone to realize the so called Digital Thread. In many industries MBSE constitutes an additional engineering discipline that needs to be established in organizations and that comes with sophisticated digital models which have not been used before. In fact, it also needs to be accompanied with the right set of tools, processes and methods – and with the right open, scalable and flexible IT-architecture to make it reality. On the one side MBSE needs mature Lifecycle and Configuration Management – on the other hand it must live within an open IT-environment satisfying the need to have the right set of engineering data always just a click away. This paper shows why legacy monolithic PLM tools cannot support the introduction of MBSE and are currently preventing the implementation of the Digital Thread vision. Instead, it postulates a modern cloud-native Web architecture based on Microservices and Linked Data that allows compa-nies to introduce MBSE on the large scale and helps to avoid the establishment of just yet another silo. Only with Linked Data and a modern open Web architecture MBSE can unfold its full potential and is able to find its way into the daily work of engineers.