Our paper most downloaded from Computers & Chemical Engineering

posted Jun 14, 2014, 9:16 AM by Niels Jensen   [ updated Jun 14, 2014, 9:19 AM ]
We have just been informed, that the Editor-in-Cheif Rafiqul Gani and the Publisher Angela Welch of Elsevier's Computers & Chemical Engineering journal that our paper "A functional HAZOP methodology" authored by Netta L. Rossing - currently at FLS, Morten Lind - emeritus professor at DTU, Niels Jensen - owner of Safepark, and Sten Bay Jørgensen - emeritus professor at DTU, was the most downloaded in the period from September 2012 to August 2013.

The work on the functional HAZOP methodology is currently being extended by visiting Chinese Ph.D.-student Jing Wu under the supervision of Gürkan Sin from DTU-Kemiteknik and Morten Lind from DTU-Elektro, and by Ph.D.-student Xinxin Zhang under the supervision of Morten Lind from DTU-Elektro.

Recently Jing Wu presented work on validation of functional models at a World Oil & Gas Conference in Okayama, Japan.
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Niels Jensen,
Jun 14, 2014, 9:16 AM
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