Computer-aided design system of cleanroom elements

Viktor Mikhaylovich Sineglazov, Viktor Nikolaevich Fedosenko, Nikolay Sergeevich Voropaev

Abstract


The problem of designing cleanroom, in particular their system components. The classification of the main structural elements: walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, lighting, coatings. The structure of computer-aided design system components


Keywords


cleanrooms; computer-aided design system; components

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