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Volume 298, 2019International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2019)
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|Published online||18 November 2019|
Development of the model of input control of timber for the enhancement of operational performance of sawn stream
Saint-Petersburg State Forest Technical University
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In this article, a task of enhancement of the operational performance of modern sawing equipment, is set and solved. One of the necessary element thereof is to install scanners of presence of metal inclusions (metal detectors) on the feed line of bolt timber. In this article the control object under observation is the small sawing line based on two round-sawing machines KARA MASTER. It is proposed for the line that a classic technological scheme should be modified in a way the bolt timber, moving through a conveyor, to be passing an aperture of metal detector. In this article, the approach for algorithmization and programming of the control system is proposed to be SWITCH-technology and the corresponding area of programming, an automata-based programming. This technology, made a perfect showing for controlling of various objects, is proposed to be introduced for developing of models of typified technological process of small timber sawing. The first section in your paper.
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