Extrusion as a System

  • Frank HändleEmail author


Extrusion can be considered as a subsystem within a specific manufacturing system for ceramic products. The benefits of a system-oriented approach have been widely accepted in many scientific disciplines as an essential element for situation analysis and problem-solving.


System theory Ceramic production system Feedback Interdependencies between subsystems System attributes 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.frank händle transferMühlackerGermany

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