Automation Technology in Industry Plants
Automation of industrial processes is statistical and planning discipline that combines architecture, mechanisms and algorithms necessary for controlling the production process in order to obtain the finished product.
For example, heating is a process that has a specific, desired, the goal of achieving and maintaining specific temperatures (eg 80C). In this example, the temperature was controlled variable. At the same time, it is the input variable since it is based thermometer and that therefore decide whether to heat or not. Desired temperature (80C) and the terminal point of the scope. Standby heaters (for example, set the valves to leaky hot water through a pipe) called the manipulative variable, since it depends on the control actions.Read more
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