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Robust control and its implementation in PLC for Multi-hoist surface treatment lines.

KNOTEK, M., ZEZULKA, F.

Originální název

Robust control and its implementation in PLC for Multi-hoist surface treatment lines.

Anglický název

Robust control and its implementation in PLC for Multi-hoist surface treatment lines.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper presents a robust control approach for a class of production systems, the surface treatment lines. Our research is aimed at implementation techniques of robust control in PLC. A robust control is based on Petri Net modelling; scheduling sequence is described by PN model, equations for on-line control are derived by structural analysis. It helps us to explore the margins of capacity in order to cope with unpredictable perturbation of a sequence, whose interval of cyclic solution is calculated. The equations describing the PN model and the transport cycle of the PN are implemented in PLC by the technique proposed.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper presents a robust control approach for a class of production systems, the surface treatment lines. Our research is aimed at implementation techniques of robust control in PLC. A robust control is based on Petri Net modelling; scheduling sequence is described by PN model, equations for on-line control are derived by structural analysis. It helps us to explore the margins of capacity in order to cope with unpredictable perturbation of a sequence, whose interval of cyclic solution is calculated. The equations describing the PN model and the transport cycle of the PN are implemented in PLC by the technique proposed.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT8897,
  author="Michal {Knotek} and František {Zezulka}",
  title="Robust control and its implementation in PLC for Multi-hoist surface treatment lines.",
  annote="This paper presents a robust control approach
for a class of production systems, the surface treatment lines. Our research is aimed at implementation techniques of robust control in PLC. A robust control is based on Petri Net modelling; scheduling sequence is described
by PN model, equations for on-line control are
derived by structural analysis. It helps us to explore the margins of capacity in order to cope with unpredictable perturbation of a sequence, whose interval of cyclic solution is calculated. The equations describing the PN model and the transport cycle of the PN are implemented in PLC by the technique proposed.",
  address="Univerza v Mariboru",
  booktitle="IEEE ICIT 2003 Proceedings",
  chapter="8897",
  institution="Univerza v Mariboru",
  year="2003",
  month="december",
  pages="887",
  publisher="Univerza v Mariboru",
  type="conference paper"
}