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Direct Implementation of Control Algorithms from Simulation Environment into PLC

MIKŠÁNEK, V. PIVOŇKA, P.

Originální název

Direct Implementation of Control Algorithms from Simulation Environment into PLC

Anglický název

Direct Implementation of Control Algorithms from Simulation Environment into PLC

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper shows a three-phase implementation of control algorithms to programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The first phase is the development of the control algorithm in a simulation environment and its verification on simulated models. Next, a real control system is connected to the computer via a PLC to test the algorithm on a real physical model. The PLC servers only for I/O as all computations are still being done in the simulation environment - MATLAB/Simulink. In the third phase the control algorithm is completely ported into the PLC. Monitoring of the process and parameters configuration may still be done using the connected PC with MATLAB/Simulink.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper shows a three-phase implementation of control algorithms to programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The first phase is the development of the control algorithm in a simulation environment and its verification on simulated models. Next, a real control system is connected to the computer via a PLC to test the algorithm on a real physical model. The PLC servers only for I/O as all computations are still being done in the simulation environment - MATLAB/Simulink. In the third phase the control algorithm is completely ported into the PLC. Monitoring of the process and parameters configuration may still be done using the connected PC with MATLAB/Simulink.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT22655,
  author="Vojtěch {Mikšánek} and Petr {Pivoňka}",
  title="Direct Implementation of Control Algorithms from Simulation Environment into PLC",
  annote="This paper shows a three-phase implementation of control algorithms to programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The first phase is the development of the control algorithm in a simulation environment and its verification on simulated models. Next, a real control system is connected to the computer via a PLC to test the algorithm on a real physical model. The PLC servers only for I/O as all computations are still being done in the simulation environment - MATLAB/Simulink. In the third phase the control algorithm is completely ported into the PLC. Monitoring of the process and parameters configuration may still be done using the connected PC with MATLAB/Simulink.",
  booktitle="Annals of DAAAM for 2007 & Proceedings of the 18th International DAAAM Symposium",
  chapter="22655",
  year="2007",
  month="october",
  pages="455",
  type="conference paper"
}