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제철소 연속주조 공정에서의 퍼지제어를 위한 기능코드의 구현 연구

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제철소 연속주조 공정에서의 퍼지제어를 위한 기능코드의 구현 연구
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A Study on Realization of Function Code for Fuzzy Control in the Continuous Casting Process of the Iron & Steel Works
Author
Huh, Yun KiPark, Sea hwaLee, Jae HYeokBien, Zeungnam
Issue Date
1995
Publisher
대한전자공학회
Citation
전자공학회논문지, v.32, no.12, pp.1545 - 1551
Abstract
As the modern industrial processes become more complex, it is getting more difficult to model and control the processes. Naturally, an advanced type of DCS(Distributed Control System) with higher level functions is being sought. Advanced DCS is a DCS with advanced functions such as fault diagnosis, GPC(Generalized Predictive Control), NN(Neural Network), and Fuzzy Control. In this thesis, we have studied a fuzzy control algorithm for realizing an advanced DCS. Its algorithm is implemented in a form of function code which is a process control language, being used by the industrial engineers. To verify the realized function code of the fuzzy control, the function code is applied to a continuous casting process of the Pohang Iron & Steel Works in Kwangyang. The rules of the fuzzy control were collected via interviews of the field operators and their operation documents. Finally under a real-time operating system environment, usability of the function code of the fuzzy control is shown via simulation for the continuous casting process
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https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/9206
ISSN
1016-135X
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