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A Case Study of Steel-making Plant Engineering Standard Development Based On Systems Engineering Standards
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A Case Study of Steel-making Plant Engineering Standard Development Based On Systems Engineering Standards
Lee, TaeKyong; Cho, RaeHyuk; Salim, Shelly; Lee, JoongYoon;
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 Abstract
Plant engineering industry is considered as a key industry which will drive the future of Korea. However, Korean plant engineering companies have recently made huge losses in overseas businesses and the lack of engineering capability is pointed out as a main cause of this situation. Unlike Korean plant engineering companies, world leading engineering companies such as Flour and Bechtel have their own systems Engineering Standards/Guides ensuring successful fulfillments of the concept and basic design processes. An engineering standard for an organization is an essential means to shorten the time for engineering design, to maintain the engineering quality and to secure the engineering efficiency in the development of the complex system. Korean plant engineering companies`lack of engineering capability comes from the absence of the engineering standard. In the paper, we have developed a steel-making plant engineering standard based on a systems engineering standard. We chose both ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 and NASA SE Handbook as main reference standards. First, we have introduced a life-cycle definition and a physical hierarchy of a general steel-making plant. Then we have introduced detailed engineering processes of each life-cycle stage. The full scope of the study was from the feasibility study to the basic design but in the paper, we have only introduced detailed engineering processes and exit criteria for the feasibility study and the concept design.
 Keywords
Steel Plant Engineering;Feasibility Study;Concept Design;Engineering Standard;Systems Engineering Standard;Process;Exit Criteria;
 Language
Korean
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