Conception of an environmental technology data bank
by D. Hackenberg, R. Hillenbrand, O. Rentz
International Journal of Environment and Pollution (IJEP), Vol. 1, No. 1/2, 1991

Abstract: For documentation, analysis and application of the state of the art and its development in environmental technologies, an information system should be conceived by using modern information and communication techniques. Within this project the pilot phase is being carried out, in which in co-operation with the established working party (industry, host and authorities) a test data bank is being implemented including emission control technologies of combustion systems, which emphasises the experience of applied emission control systems. For the model description of the emission control technologies into the data bank a special method was developed. Moreover a user structure system is shown, which allows for efficient access to the information without using a separate search language.

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