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Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–20): Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter 2 simple notion of the Platform (pages 21–41): Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter three State?of?the?Art versions, software program, and destiny advancements (pages 43–59): Markus Apel and Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz
Chapter four Standardization (pages 61–79): Stefan Benke and Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz
Chapter five Prediction of potent houses (pages 81–115): Gottfried Laschet, Tatyana Kashko, Stephan Benke, Mehmet Ote and Kirsten Bobzin
Chapter 6 dispensed Simulations (pages 117–129): Thomas Beer, Tobias Meisen and Rudolf Reinhard
Chapter 7 Visualization (pages 131–141): Thomas Beer and Tobias Meisen
Chapter eight try Case Line Pipe (pages 143–185): Patrick Fayek, Hendrik Quade, Thomas Henke, Gottfried Laschet, Markus Apel, Eduardo Sambrano Rossiter, Markus Bambach and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter nine try Case Gearing part (pages 187–219): Sergey Konovalov, Thomas Henke, Ulrich Jansen, Ario Hardjosuwito, Wolfram Lohse, Markus Bambach and Dr. Ulrich Prahl
Chapter 10 try out Case: Technical Plastic components (pages 221–256): Walter Michaeli, Christian Hopmann, Thomas Baranowski, Gottfried Laschet, Barbara Heesel, Tim Arping, Kirsten Bobzin, Tatyana Kashko and Mehmet Ote
Chapter eleven Textile?Reinforced Piston Rod (pages 257–279): Britta Kuckhoff, Josef Klingele, Markus Linke, Thomas Gries, Kirsten Bobzin, Thomas Schlafer, Tatyana Kashko and Mehmet Ote
Chapter 12 try Case chrome steel Bearing Housing (pages 281–304): Stephan Freyberger, Stefan Benke, Hendrik Quade and Jenny Rudnizki
Chapter thirteen destiny ICME (pages 305–321): Dr. Ulrich Prahl and Dr.rer.nat. Georg J. Schmitz
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Many aspects being necessary for the successful operation of such a platform – especially the deﬁnition of standards – are hard to publish as stand-alone articles in journals. • Third: The book might serve as a ﬁrst handbook for future users of the simulation platform (especially small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) and academia) as well as for providers of simulation software, which would like to make their software/services available via such a platform. • Fourth: The book will provide an integrative view on production processes and the resulting properties of materials and components for students of materials science and engineering, for students of mechanical engineering, and eventually also for people responsible for the design and layout of production processes.