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Bench Marking of WEB-Methods and WEB-Tools

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Benchmarking of WEB-methods and WEB-tools Dag Ravemark, ABB 2003 ABSTRACT This report was made within the project DANTES that is supported by the EU Life Environment Programme. This benchmarking report on web-tools is a starting formal delivery to EU by the DANTES project. The aim of DANTES is not to develop new tools but instead to use the best tools developed and to integrate and launch them in an efficient way. This report is to see what is available for that purpose on the Internet. The p
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    Benchmarking of WEB-methods andWEB-tools Dag Ravemark, ABB2003  ABSTRACT This report was made within the project DANTES that is supported by the EU Life Environment Programme.This benchmarking report on web-tools is a starting formal delivery to EU by the DANTES project.The aim of DANTES is not to develop new tools but instead to use the best tools developed and to integrateand launch them in an efficient way. This report is to see what is available for that purpose on the Internet.The purpose of this report is to identify and perform an assessment of applicable methods and web-basedtools. 16 tools are described and evaluated. Some of the tools are freely available on the Internet, somerequire that one register with a username and password and two are only available on the ABB-intranet.One conclusion from the existing tools is that tools with a clear goal and limited scope requires less user inputand seems to function better. That a tool is limited in scope does not mean that it is limited in use.It is easier for a user to understand the use and result of a tool, when the input and output from a tool islimited.A DANTES web platform with several specific and well-defined tools is probably more flexible than a platformwith fewer tools where each tool trying to cover a larger problem area.When selecting tools for a future DANTES web platform is important to consider the input to output ratio. Atool that requires lots of input to deliver a simple (and obvious) result will not lead to satisfied users.It is important to understand that users in general are not interested in using good tools but to be successful intheir daily work so what users really want are tools that can answer questions with hardly any input at all.Additionally it should be emphasized that for a tool to be successful, its use should be supported with a policyin a company. 2  TABLE OF CONTENT ABSTRACT..............................................................................................................................2   1.   INTRODUCTION TO EVALUATION.................................................................................5   1.1   How tools are evaluated...............................................................................................................5   1.2   Types of tools................................................................................................................................5   1.3   Quick evaluation of tools.............................................................................................................6   2.   RAVEL TOOL....................................................................................................................7   3.   SUSTAINABILITY SITE AT ABB......................................................................................8   4.   SPINE AT CPM SITE TOOL.............................................................................................9   5.   INSTEP FROM ECO-FRONTIERS..................................................................................10   6.   LCALIGHT ......................................................................................................................10   7.   LCA-E..............................................................................................................................11   8.   WWLCAW.......................................................................................................................12   9.   OMNIITOX.......................................................................................................................12   10.   TOXNET ......................................................................................................................13   11.   INTERNATIONAL MATERIAL DATA SYSTEM (IMDS) .............................................15   12.   VISMUT .......................................................................................................................15   13.   NTMCALC...................................................................................................................16   14.   EMISSION CALCULATION.........................................................................................16   15.   MILJÖKALKYL............................................................................................................17   16.   IRIS..............................................................................................................................18   17.   SOIL SCREENING CALCULATIONS.........................................................................18  3  18.   OTHER WEB-BASED COMMERCIAL TOOLS...........................................................19   18.1   Environmental management system.........................................................................................19   18.2   Material Safety Data Sheets......................................................................................................20   18.3   SAP EH&S applications............................................................................................................20   19.   TOOLS MENTIONED IN REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS REPORT...............................20   19.1   EUSES.........................................................................................................................................20   19.2   Strategy Wheel............................................................................................................................20   19.3   Material Intensity Per Unit Service (MIPS)............................................................................20   20.   CONCLUSION.............................................................................................................21  4
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