As the brainstorming process is completed the work of this phase commences. Drawings, process flow diagrams (PFDs), and preliminary budgets are created. This phase involves the activities associated with function formulation, concept generation, concept organization, concept evaluation, and concept improvement.
At the completion of the concept design phase, a Concept Design Review (CDR) is completed. CDRs are a business tool that enables stakeholders to review, critique, and evaluate the initial design and concept. This step is critical before moving on to more detailed design, budget, and planning activities. During the CDR the mission of the project should be clearly communicated, and the concept being considered should be reviewed for fit. Often this process results in a clean, clear new concept design path with mitigated technical risk. New facilities, new products, new technologies as well as major processes and plant modifications and new should utilize CDR review assistance as these all could benefit from accumulated expertise.
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