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Implementation of Partial Initial Commissioning During the Elaboration and Construction Phase
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This paper describes how manual methods for partial initial commissioning can be implemented during the elaboration and construction phase. The main purpose is to reduce the risk of exceeding the time schedule and the budgets of the construction of the building(s). The paper breaks down the superior building process into parts that can be connected to definite continuous procedures: 1. Continuous collection of operational instructions and maintenance documentation to secure the quality of the delivered products and to be able to perform mechanical check. 2. Splitting up of systems to perform commissioning tests (mechanical and functional) on sub system to discover errors as soon as possible. 3. Database for structuring data to get useful reports to follow up the constructors at the construction site.
Hoel, T.; Novakovic, V.; Skjulsvik, B. (2004). Implementation of Partial Initial Commissioning During the Elaboration and Construction Phase. Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu); Texas A&M University (http://www.tamu.edu). Available electronically from