Diseño de Sistemas de Procesos: Un Enfoque Integrador

Domínguez, Orlando J.; Finetti, Julián E.; Michel, Raquel L.; Villanueva, Bárbara M.
September 2007
Información Tecnológica;2007, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p11
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the integrated approach of process system design. The integrated approach of process system design offers solutions to problems in process design integrating economics and technologic concepts. It also provides solution on optimization problem and optimization proceeds with coordinated mechanism on each subsystem that seeks their own optimum.


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