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information flow in computer aided engineering.
This image is from COMPUTER METHODS IN CONSTRUCTION, by Christoph Motzko, Florian Binder, Matthias Bergmann, Bogdan Zieliński, Mariusz Zabielski and Robert Gajewski. Darmstadt, Warsaw 2011. It was developed within the scope of the LdV program, project number: 2009-1-PL1-LEO05-05016 entitled “Common Learning Outcomes for European Managers in Construction”. It is reproduced here with the kind permission of the Chartered Institute of Building.
Original source B.RAPHAEL, I.F.C.SMITH, Fundamentals of Computer Aided Engineering, Wiley, 2003.
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