Real Time Digital Control Applications : Proceedings of the IFAC/IFIP Symposium, Guadalajara, Mexico, 17-19 January 1983.

By: Alonso-Concheiro, AMaterial type: TextTextSeries: IFAC Proceedings: Publisher: Kent : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014Copyright date: ©1984Description: 1 online resource (657 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483153278Subject(s): Digital control systems -- Congresses | Real-time data processing -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Real Time Digital Control Applications : Proceedings of the IFAC/IFIP Symposium, Guadalajara, Mexico, 17-19 January 1983DDC classification: 629.831 LOC classification: TJ217.R435 1984Online resources: Click here to view book
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Front Cover -- Real Time Digital Control Applications -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- IFAC/IFIP SYMPOSIUM ON REAL TIME DIGITAL CONTROL APPLICATIONS -- FOREWORD -- Chapter 1. THE EVOLUTION OF REAL TIME CONTROL APPLICATIONS TO POWER SYSTEMS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- POWER INDUSTRY - 1927 -- LOAD FREQUENCY CONTROLLOAD - EARLY TECHNIQUES -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEMS CONTROL -EARLY EFFORTS -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM CONTROL -INITIAL FREQUENCY-TIE LINE COMBINED CONTROLLERS -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM CONTROL -BIAS CONTROLS WITH CENTRALIZED FREQUENCY CONTROL -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM CONTROL -FULLY DISTRIBUTED AREA CONTROL -- MAGNITUDE OF BIAS SETTINGS -- INADVERTENT INTERCHANGEAND TIME DEVIATION -- AREA CONTROL -ECONOMY DISPATCH -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2. THE EARLY STAGES OF ROBOTICS -- ABSTRACT: -- INTRODUCTION -- THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOT -- THE SENSOR-CONTROLLED ROBOT -- VISION -- HAND-EYE SYSTEM -- BLOCKS WORLD SYSTEM -- THE WAVE SYSTEM -- CARTESIAN MOTION -- INTEGRATING ROBOT CONTROL INTO HIGH-LEVEL LANGUAGES -- INTEGRATING MANIPULATOR CONTROL INTO PASCAL -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDX A -- Chapter 3. REAL TIME CONTROL OF WATER SYSTEMS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION -- WATER DISPOSAL -- CONCLUSIONS -- Acknowledgments. -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4. OPTIMAL COMPUTER COMBUSTION CONTROL AT THE SOAKING PIT -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- BACKGROUND -- FUEL AIR RATIO CONTROL -- OPTIMAL HEAT PATTERN CONTROL -- CONCLUSION -- Chapter 5. THE DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEM OF COIL ANNEALING FURNACES -- Abstract. -- Keywords, -- INTRODUCTION -- MICRO-COMPUTERS AND ANNEALING CONTROL SYSTEM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. COMBUSTION CONTROL SYSTEM OF A FURNACEFOR HOT BLOOM -- Abstract. -- Keywards. -- INTRODUCTION.
MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE FURNACE -- OPTIMAL COMBUSTION PROBLEM -- CONTROL SYSTEM AND ITS EFFECTS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7. A NEW ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER FOR COLDROLLING MILLS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- CONTROLLED PROCES MODEL -- A NEW ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER FOR COLD-ROLLING MILLS -- CONTROL SYSTEM REALIZATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 8. A SPECIFICATION OF REAL-TIME APPLICATIONS BY EVENTS AND LINKS WITH PROCESSES -- Abstract : -- Key-words : -- INTRODUCTION -- I - CONCEPT OF EVENT -- II - COMPOSED EVENTS -- Ill - LOGICAL EVENTS ATTRIBUTES -- IV - ABOUT THE DUALITY BETWEEN EVENTS AND CONDITIONS -- V - LINKS BETWEEN EVENTS AND TASKS -- VI - EXAMPLE -- VII - CONCLUSION -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- Chapter 9. DISTRIBUTION OF ARCHITECTURE AND ALLOCATION OF FUNCTIONS IN AN INTEGRATED MICROPROCESSOR-BASED SUBSTATION CONTROL AND PROTECTION SYSTEM -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS -- ORGANIZATION OF AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM -- DISTRIBUTION OF COMPUTER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE -- ALLOCATION OF FUNCTIONS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 10. FAILURE DETECTION AND PREDICTION SYSTEM BY USING ADAPTIVE DIGITAL FILTER -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- PRINCIPLE OF ADF AND IDENTIFICATION OF TIME SERIES -- THE DETECTION OF CATASTROPHIC FAILURE AND THE DETECTION ANDELIMINATION OF INFERIOR DATA -- DETERIORATIVE PERFORMANCE INDEX -- FAILURE DETECTION AND PREDICTION SYSTEM -- NUMERICAL EXAMPLES -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11. DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTAUTOMATED REMOTE PATROL SYSTEM -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- SYSTEM DESCRIPTION -- TESTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 12. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF MUSCLE RELAXATION -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- MUSCLE RELAXATION AND IEMG MONITORING -- THE ADAPTIVE CONTROL SCHEME.
SIMULATION STUDIES -- THE ON-LINE SHEEP EXPERIMENT -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- APPENDIX -- Chapter 13. MICROCOMPUTER IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ADAPTIVE CONTROL ALGORITHM -- ABSTRACT. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- II CONTROL OF DISCRETE LINEAR PLANTS WITH KNOWN PARAMETERS -- Ill DESIGN OF THE ADAPTIVE CONTROL LAW -- IV EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 14. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF DISCRETE MULTIVARIABLE SYSTEMS -- Keywords. -- ABSTRACT. -- INTRODUCTION -- II. CONTROL OF MULTIVARIABLE LINEAR PLANTS OF MINIMUM PHASE WITH --KNOWN PARAMETERS. -- III. INDIRECT ADAPTIVE CONTROL. -- IV SIMULATION RESULTS. -- V CONCLUSIONS. -- References. -- Chapter 15. IDENTIFICATION AND ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A SUGAR FACTORY VACUUM PAN -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- IDENTIFICATION EXPERILiENTS -- SIMULATION STUDY -- CONTROL ALGORITHM -- SOME SIMULATIONS RESULTS -- SOME CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 16. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A STEAM TURBINE -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- DESCRIPTION OF ALGORITHMS -- DESCRIPTION OF SYSTEM -- EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 17. MODEL REFERENCE ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF AN INDUSTRIAL PHOSPHATE DRYING FURNACE -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- PROCESS DESCRIPTION -- PROCESS MODEL -- PRESENTATION OF ADAPTIVE CONTROL SCHEME -- PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM -- CONCLUSION -- Acknowledgement : -- REFERENCE -- Chapter 18. CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR MULTI-FUEL POWERPLANTS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- The System -- The control strategy -- The fuel allocation -- The compustion power compensation -- The balancing drive system -- Test results and conclusions -- References -- Chapter 19. DIGITAL DECOUPLING OF A 3-ZONE ELECTRICAL FURNACE BY MEANS OF MULTIVARIABLE-PI CONTROL -- Abstract.
Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- DIGITAL CONTROL LOOP DESCRIPTION -- THE MODEL -- OUTLINE OF THE METHOD -- CONTROLLER DESIGN -- EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- REFERENCES -- NOMENCLATURE -- Chapter 20. COMBUSTION STABILIZATION ANDIMPROVEMENT OF THE EFFICIENCY IN A PEATPOWER PLANT -- Abstract. -- INTRODUCTION -- MEASUREMENT OF THE COMBUSTION POWER -- OPTIMAL FILTERING -- CONTROL OF THE COMBUSTION POWER -- A DIGITAL ESTIMATION AND COMPENSATION SYSTEM -- THE PROCESS TESTS -- OPTIMIZING THE AIR FLOW -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 21. DIGITAL CONTROL OF FURNACES IN CERAMIC INDUSTRY -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- FURNACE DESCRIPTION -- OFF-LINE PRELIMINARY STUDY -- REAL TIME DIGITAL CONSIDERATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 22. THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF COMPUTER CONTROL OF THE FURNACE TEMPERATURE OF MECHANICAL ENDURANCE TESTING MACHINE -- Abstract. -- INTRODUCTION -- IDENTIFICATION -- THE KALMAN FILTER AND OPTIMAL STATE FEEDBACK -- THE SELF-ADAPTING FOLLOWING OF SET VALUE OF INPUT -- THE EFFECT OF APPLICATION -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 23. REAL TIME DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR THE CEMENT INDUSTRY -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- KILN CONTROL -- RAW MATERIAL BLENDING CONTROL -- ELECTRIC POWER DEMAND CONTROL -- MILL CONTROL -- CRT DISPLAY APPLICATIONS -- AUTO-TUNING OF CLINKER FEED CONTROL -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 24. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A BALL MILL WITHSELF-TUNING REFERENCE MODEL -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- PROCESS IDENTIFICATION -- SELF-OPTIMIZING ADAPTIVE CONTROL -- RESULTS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 25. A MICROPROCESSOR-BASED ADAPTIVECOMPOSITION CONTROL SYSTEM -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- APPLIED MODELS -- CONTROL OBJECTIVES AND A GENERAL SOLUTION -- A SPECIAL DECOUPLING POSSIBILITY -- THE FINAL CONTROL SCHEME -- THE APPLIED UΡ SYSTEM -- REFERENCES.
Chapter 26. EXPERIENCES FROM A DIGITAL QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM FOR CEMENT KILNS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- Introduction -- The cement manufacturing process -- Control objectives and -structure -- Multivariable control model -- Relation - kiln torque and free lime -- Experiences from the control system -- References -- Chapter 27. COMPUTER CONTROL OF A CEMENT PLANT -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONTROL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION -- OPTIMAL RAW BLENDING CONTROL SUBSYSTEM -- OPTIMAL CLINKER BURNING CONTROL SUBSYSTEM -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 28. THE DIFFFUSION OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS IN SWEDEN -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- NEW MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATIONS -- THE IMPORTANCE OF LEADING-EDGE COMPANIES IN THE DIFFUSION OF NEW MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY -- THE DIFFUSION OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS IN THE SWEDISH INDUSTRY -- THE DIFFUSION OF NC-MACHINES AND CAD-SYSTEMS -- THE ACTUAL VERSATILITY OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS IN COMPARISON TO NC-MACHINES -- WHERE ARE NC-MACHINES AND ROBOTS USED, AND WHY -- THE SWEDISH INDUSTRIAL ROBOT INDUSTRY -- POLICIES FOR PROMOTING THE DIFFUSION OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS -- Chapter 29. A HIERARCHICAL DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR FOREST MANIPULATION -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- CONTROL HIERARCHY -- THE ORGANIZATION OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM -- THE REALIZATION OF THE MULTIPROCESSOR CONTROLS IN A FOREST MANIPULATOR -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 30. DIRECT DIGITAL ROBOT CONTROL USING A FORCE-TORQUE SENSOR -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- I. INTPODÜCTIÖN -- II. TΗΕ ROBOT AS A SAMPLED-DATA SYSTEM. -- III. ROBOT DYNAMICS -- IV. MOVE TO AND PRESS ON A SURFACE WITH PRESCRIBED FORCE -- V. POREWARD SPEED CONTROL IN A GRINDING PROCESS -- VI. ROBOT-TEACHING VIA FORCE-TORQU-SENSORS -- VII. CONCLUSION -- VIII. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- LITERATURE.
Chapter 31. TRACKING CONTROL SYSTEM FOR COMPLEX SHAPE OF WELDING GROOVE USING IMAGE SENSOR.
Summary: Real Time Digital Control Applications is a compilation of papers presented at the Symposium on Real-Time Digital Control Applications, sponsored by the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) and the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), held in Guadalajara, Mexico. The event is organized to provide developing countries with the opportunity to gain insights -- from the sharing of ideas and experiences of experts from around the world to the rapid growth and development of applications of real-time digital control systems, which is considered as the basis of industrial revolution. The book presents and discusses the various scientific, industrial, and technical applications of real-time digital control systems. Applications in power generation, water, metal processing, cement, food, and manufacturing industries are shown. The text also covers applications in robotics, biomedicine, monitoring and failure detection, fuel optimization and heat control, adaptive process control, modeling, and computer software. Industrial engineers, scientists, economists, computer scientists, robotics experts, planners, and technicians will find this book invaluable.
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Front Cover -- Real Time Digital Control Applications -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- IFAC/IFIP SYMPOSIUM ON REAL TIME DIGITAL CONTROL APPLICATIONS -- FOREWORD -- Chapter 1. THE EVOLUTION OF REAL TIME CONTROL APPLICATIONS TO POWER SYSTEMS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- POWER INDUSTRY - 1927 -- LOAD FREQUENCY CONTROLLOAD - EARLY TECHNIQUES -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEMS CONTROL -EARLY EFFORTS -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM CONTROL -INITIAL FREQUENCY-TIE LINE COMBINED CONTROLLERS -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM CONTROL -BIAS CONTROLS WITH CENTRALIZED FREQUENCY CONTROL -- INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM CONTROL -FULLY DISTRIBUTED AREA CONTROL -- MAGNITUDE OF BIAS SETTINGS -- INADVERTENT INTERCHANGEAND TIME DEVIATION -- AREA CONTROL -ECONOMY DISPATCH -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2. THE EARLY STAGES OF ROBOTICS -- ABSTRACT: -- INTRODUCTION -- THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOT -- THE SENSOR-CONTROLLED ROBOT -- VISION -- HAND-EYE SYSTEM -- BLOCKS WORLD SYSTEM -- THE WAVE SYSTEM -- CARTESIAN MOTION -- INTEGRATING ROBOT CONTROL INTO HIGH-LEVEL LANGUAGES -- INTEGRATING MANIPULATOR CONTROL INTO PASCAL -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDX A -- Chapter 3. REAL TIME CONTROL OF WATER SYSTEMS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION -- WATER DISPOSAL -- CONCLUSIONS -- Acknowledgments. -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4. OPTIMAL COMPUTER COMBUSTION CONTROL AT THE SOAKING PIT -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- BACKGROUND -- FUEL AIR RATIO CONTROL -- OPTIMAL HEAT PATTERN CONTROL -- CONCLUSION -- Chapter 5. THE DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEM OF COIL ANNEALING FURNACES -- Abstract. -- Keywords, -- INTRODUCTION -- MICRO-COMPUTERS AND ANNEALING CONTROL SYSTEM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. COMBUSTION CONTROL SYSTEM OF A FURNACEFOR HOT BLOOM -- Abstract. -- Keywards. -- INTRODUCTION.

MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE FURNACE -- OPTIMAL COMBUSTION PROBLEM -- CONTROL SYSTEM AND ITS EFFECTS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7. A NEW ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER FOR COLDROLLING MILLS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- CONTROLLED PROCES MODEL -- A NEW ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER FOR COLD-ROLLING MILLS -- CONTROL SYSTEM REALIZATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 8. A SPECIFICATION OF REAL-TIME APPLICATIONS BY EVENTS AND LINKS WITH PROCESSES -- Abstract : -- Key-words : -- INTRODUCTION -- I - CONCEPT OF EVENT -- II - COMPOSED EVENTS -- Ill - LOGICAL EVENTS ATTRIBUTES -- IV - ABOUT THE DUALITY BETWEEN EVENTS AND CONDITIONS -- V - LINKS BETWEEN EVENTS AND TASKS -- VI - EXAMPLE -- VII - CONCLUSION -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- Chapter 9. DISTRIBUTION OF ARCHITECTURE AND ALLOCATION OF FUNCTIONS IN AN INTEGRATED MICROPROCESSOR-BASED SUBSTATION CONTROL AND PROTECTION SYSTEM -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS -- ORGANIZATION OF AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM -- DISTRIBUTION OF COMPUTER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE -- ALLOCATION OF FUNCTIONS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 10. FAILURE DETECTION AND PREDICTION SYSTEM BY USING ADAPTIVE DIGITAL FILTER -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- PRINCIPLE OF ADF AND IDENTIFICATION OF TIME SERIES -- THE DETECTION OF CATASTROPHIC FAILURE AND THE DETECTION ANDELIMINATION OF INFERIOR DATA -- DETERIORATIVE PERFORMANCE INDEX -- FAILURE DETECTION AND PREDICTION SYSTEM -- NUMERICAL EXAMPLES -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11. DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTAUTOMATED REMOTE PATROL SYSTEM -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- SYSTEM DESCRIPTION -- TESTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 12. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF MUSCLE RELAXATION -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- MUSCLE RELAXATION AND IEMG MONITORING -- THE ADAPTIVE CONTROL SCHEME.

SIMULATION STUDIES -- THE ON-LINE SHEEP EXPERIMENT -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- APPENDIX -- Chapter 13. MICROCOMPUTER IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ADAPTIVE CONTROL ALGORITHM -- ABSTRACT. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- II CONTROL OF DISCRETE LINEAR PLANTS WITH KNOWN PARAMETERS -- Ill DESIGN OF THE ADAPTIVE CONTROL LAW -- IV EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 14. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF DISCRETE MULTIVARIABLE SYSTEMS -- Keywords. -- ABSTRACT. -- INTRODUCTION -- II. CONTROL OF MULTIVARIABLE LINEAR PLANTS OF MINIMUM PHASE WITH --KNOWN PARAMETERS. -- III. INDIRECT ADAPTIVE CONTROL. -- IV SIMULATION RESULTS. -- V CONCLUSIONS. -- References. -- Chapter 15. IDENTIFICATION AND ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A SUGAR FACTORY VACUUM PAN -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- IDENTIFICATION EXPERILiENTS -- SIMULATION STUDY -- CONTROL ALGORITHM -- SOME SIMULATIONS RESULTS -- SOME CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 16. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A STEAM TURBINE -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- DESCRIPTION OF ALGORITHMS -- DESCRIPTION OF SYSTEM -- EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 17. MODEL REFERENCE ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF AN INDUSTRIAL PHOSPHATE DRYING FURNACE -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- PROCESS DESCRIPTION -- PROCESS MODEL -- PRESENTATION OF ADAPTIVE CONTROL SCHEME -- PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM -- CONCLUSION -- Acknowledgement : -- REFERENCE -- Chapter 18. CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR MULTI-FUEL POWERPLANTS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- The System -- The control strategy -- The fuel allocation -- The compustion power compensation -- The balancing drive system -- Test results and conclusions -- References -- Chapter 19. DIGITAL DECOUPLING OF A 3-ZONE ELECTRICAL FURNACE BY MEANS OF MULTIVARIABLE-PI CONTROL -- Abstract.

Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- DIGITAL CONTROL LOOP DESCRIPTION -- THE MODEL -- OUTLINE OF THE METHOD -- CONTROLLER DESIGN -- EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS -- REFERENCES -- NOMENCLATURE -- Chapter 20. COMBUSTION STABILIZATION ANDIMPROVEMENT OF THE EFFICIENCY IN A PEATPOWER PLANT -- Abstract. -- INTRODUCTION -- MEASUREMENT OF THE COMBUSTION POWER -- OPTIMAL FILTERING -- CONTROL OF THE COMBUSTION POWER -- A DIGITAL ESTIMATION AND COMPENSATION SYSTEM -- THE PROCESS TESTS -- OPTIMIZING THE AIR FLOW -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 21. DIGITAL CONTROL OF FURNACES IN CERAMIC INDUSTRY -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- FURNACE DESCRIPTION -- OFF-LINE PRELIMINARY STUDY -- REAL TIME DIGITAL CONSIDERATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 22. THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF COMPUTER CONTROL OF THE FURNACE TEMPERATURE OF MECHANICAL ENDURANCE TESTING MACHINE -- Abstract. -- INTRODUCTION -- IDENTIFICATION -- THE KALMAN FILTER AND OPTIMAL STATE FEEDBACK -- THE SELF-ADAPTING FOLLOWING OF SET VALUE OF INPUT -- THE EFFECT OF APPLICATION -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 23. REAL TIME DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR THE CEMENT INDUSTRY -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- KILN CONTROL -- RAW MATERIAL BLENDING CONTROL -- ELECTRIC POWER DEMAND CONTROL -- MILL CONTROL -- CRT DISPLAY APPLICATIONS -- AUTO-TUNING OF CLINKER FEED CONTROL -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 24. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A BALL MILL WITHSELF-TUNING REFERENCE MODEL -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- PROCESS IDENTIFICATION -- SELF-OPTIMIZING ADAPTIVE CONTROL -- RESULTS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 25. A MICROPROCESSOR-BASED ADAPTIVECOMPOSITION CONTROL SYSTEM -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- APPLIED MODELS -- CONTROL OBJECTIVES AND A GENERAL SOLUTION -- A SPECIAL DECOUPLING POSSIBILITY -- THE FINAL CONTROL SCHEME -- THE APPLIED UΡ SYSTEM -- REFERENCES.

Chapter 26. EXPERIENCES FROM A DIGITAL QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM FOR CEMENT KILNS -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- Introduction -- The cement manufacturing process -- Control objectives and -structure -- Multivariable control model -- Relation - kiln torque and free lime -- Experiences from the control system -- References -- Chapter 27. COMPUTER CONTROL OF A CEMENT PLANT -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONTROL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION -- OPTIMAL RAW BLENDING CONTROL SUBSYSTEM -- OPTIMAL CLINKER BURNING CONTROL SUBSYSTEM -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 28. THE DIFFFUSION OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS IN SWEDEN -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- NEW MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATIONS -- THE IMPORTANCE OF LEADING-EDGE COMPANIES IN THE DIFFUSION OF NEW MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY -- THE DIFFUSION OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS IN THE SWEDISH INDUSTRY -- THE DIFFUSION OF NC-MACHINES AND CAD-SYSTEMS -- THE ACTUAL VERSATILITY OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS IN COMPARISON TO NC-MACHINES -- WHERE ARE NC-MACHINES AND ROBOTS USED, AND WHY -- THE SWEDISH INDUSTRIAL ROBOT INDUSTRY -- POLICIES FOR PROMOTING THE DIFFUSION OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS -- Chapter 29. A HIERARCHICAL DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR FOREST MANIPULATION -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- INTRODUCTION -- CONTROL HIERARCHY -- THE ORGANIZATION OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM -- THE REALIZATION OF THE MULTIPROCESSOR CONTROLS IN A FOREST MANIPULATOR -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 30. DIRECT DIGITAL ROBOT CONTROL USING A FORCE-TORQUE SENSOR -- Abstract. -- Keywords. -- I. INTPODÜCTIÖN -- II. TΗΕ ROBOT AS A SAMPLED-DATA SYSTEM. -- III. ROBOT DYNAMICS -- IV. MOVE TO AND PRESS ON A SURFACE WITH PRESCRIBED FORCE -- V. POREWARD SPEED CONTROL IN A GRINDING PROCESS -- VI. ROBOT-TEACHING VIA FORCE-TORQU-SENSORS -- VII. CONCLUSION -- VIII. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- LITERATURE.

Chapter 31. TRACKING CONTROL SYSTEM FOR COMPLEX SHAPE OF WELDING GROOVE USING IMAGE SENSOR.

Real Time Digital Control Applications is a compilation of papers presented at the Symposium on Real-Time Digital Control Applications, sponsored by the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) and the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), held in Guadalajara, Mexico. The event is organized to provide developing countries with the opportunity to gain insights -- from the sharing of ideas and experiences of experts from around the world to the rapid growth and development of applications of real-time digital control systems, which is considered as the basis of industrial revolution. The book presents and discusses the various scientific, industrial, and technical applications of real-time digital control systems. Applications in power generation, water, metal processing, cement, food, and manufacturing industries are shown. The text also covers applications in robotics, biomedicine, monitoring and failure detection, fuel optimization and heat control, adaptive process control, modeling, and computer software. Industrial engineers, scientists, economists, computer scientists, robotics experts, planners, and technicians will find this book invaluable.

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