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 A **Process Module** is a set of process elements that can be added to other processes. A process module can also contain other process modules, so process modules can be used to build a process hierarchy or process architecture. A **Process Module** is a set of process elements that can be added to other processes. A process module can also contain other process modules, so process modules can be used to build a process hierarchy or process architecture.
  
-Typical process modules are Requirements Engineering,​ Design, or Project Management. As process modules can be used to separate common from specific processes, a "​Design"​ process module could be used to contain the common elements in "​Engine Design"​ and "​Transmission Design"​ process module.+Typical process modules are Requirements Engineering,​ Design, or Project Management. As process modules can be used to separate common from specific processes, a "​Design"​ process module could be used to contain the common elements in an "​Engine Design"​ and "​Transmission Design"​ process module.
  
 The only difference between a process and a process module is that a process module can be added to other processes or process modules, whereas a process can not be added anywhere else. The only difference between a process and a process module is that a process module can be added to other processes or process modules, whereas a process can not be added anywhere else.