Low Cost Automation 1998

Low Cost Automation 1998

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Different applications fields would benefit from automation if suitable control strategies and devices, without modifications of the whole system or the productive process, were to be introduced. This aim should be achieved by a low cost automation approach. The objective of this Symposium was to bring together end users and control systems specialists to evaluate the possibilities of techniques, design procedures, components and instruments to achieve a low cost automation. It also takes into consideration not only all the economic aspects but also the improvements in productivity, reliability, flexibility, and facility of implementation.(iii) It is straightforward to use S and T to produce time and frequency constraints that must apply in linear feedback control. ... which deterministic input disturbance should be cancelled in closed loop. signal appeared as a measurement error on the BISRA soft-sensor output; i.e. the following relationship held: ... AN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION TO CENTRE LINE GAUGE CONTROL IN ROLLING MILLS. ... A schematic diagram of a single stand reversing rolling mill is shown in Figure 4.

Title:Low Cost Automation 1998
Author:Zhen-Yu Chen, Tian-You Chai
Publisher:Pergamon - 1999


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