Automation in mining, mineral, and metal processing, 1992: selected papers from the 7th IFAC Symposium, Beijing, PRC, 26-28 August, 1992
Published for the International Federation of Automatic Control by Pergamon Press, 1993 - Crafts & Hobbies - 273 pages
The purpose of the Symposium was to exchange ideas and approaches relating to the latest development of factory automation in mining, mineral and metal processing. This volume begins with the four plenary papers, concerning the automation of mineral processes, automation in iron and steel industries, sensor technology and artificial intelligence technique. 38 technical papers are included, covering mining and mineral automation, blast furnace automation, steel making automation, MIS & CIMS in the steel industry and measuring technique.
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