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Design of a Plant Life Cycle Data Management System for Plant Operation and Maintenance
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 Title & Authors
Design of a Plant Life Cycle Data Management System for Plant Operation and Maintenance
Lee, Jae Hyun; Suh, Hyo Won;
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 Abstract
Plant life cycle consists of design, construction, certification, operation, and maintenance phases, and various and enormous plant life cycle data is involved in each phase. Plant life cycle data should be linked with each other based on its proper relationships, so that plant operators can access necessary plant data during their regular operations and maintenance works. Currently, the relationships of plant life cycle data may not be defined explicitly, or they are scattered over several plant information systems. This paper proposes high level design of a plant life cycle data management system based on pre-defined plant life cycle database design. ISO-15926 standard is adapted for the database design. User-interface designs of the plant life cycle data management system are explained based on analysis of plant owners` requirements. A conceptual design of the database is also described with the entity-relationship diagram.
 Keywords
Plant Life Cycle Data Management;Plant Data Structure;Virtual Plant Platform;Smart-cube Design;
 Language
Korean
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