Digital Computer Applications to Process Control: Proceedings of the 7th IFAC/IFIP/IMACS Conference, Vienna, Austria, 17-20 September 1985, Volume 7

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Manfred Paul
International Federation of Automatic Control, 1986 - Technology & Engineering - 607 pages
Considers the application of modern control engineering on digital computers with a view to improving productivity and product quality, easing supervision of industrial processes and reducing energy consumption and pollution. The topics covered may be divided into two main subject areas: (1) applications of digital control - in the chemical and oil industries, in water turbines, energy and power systems, robotics and manufacturing, cement, metallurgical processes, traffic control, heating and cooling; (2) systems theoretical aspects of digital control - adaptive systems, control aspects, multivariable systems, optimization and reliability, modelling and identification, real-time software and languages, distributed systems and data networks. Contains 84 papers.

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Contents

Theory and Application of Adaptive Control
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SURVEY PAPERS
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Process Fault Diagnosis with Parameter Estimation Methods
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