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n South African Journal of Industrial Engineering - A study of R2R control improvement using adjustment limit to reduce frequency of control

Volume 24, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1012-277X
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Abstract

In the traditional run-to-run (R2R) control scheme, the controller provides the feedback strategy, enabling each run of process output to remain as close to the target as possible. However, in practice this process encounters bottlenecks if all the runs are started with a control parameter adjustment, as this will increase process variation in the stable process. In this paper, an improved R2R control scheme is developed to add an adjustments limitation technique to both the EWMA controller and the self-tuning controller. From the simulation, analysis of the results shows that the proposed procedure can effectively reduce the frequency of controller adjustments, without affecting the capability of the original controller. Therefore, in practical applications, the proposed control framework can be used to prevent the problem of process over-control.

In 'n lot-tot-lot beheerskema, verskaf die beheerder tradisioneel terugvoer sodat elke proseslopie so na as moontlik aan die teiken is. In die praktyk ervaar hierdie proses egter opeenhopings wanneer al die lopies begin is met 'n beheerparameter verstelling, aangesien dit prosesvariasie in 'n andersins stabiele proses veroorsaak. In hierdie artikel word 'n verbeterde lot-tot-lot beheerskema ontwikkel om 'n limiet-verstellingstegniek tot die eksponensieelgeweegde bewegende gemiddeld beheerder (EGBG) en die selfverstellende beheerder by te voeg. Die simulasieresultate toon dat die voorgestelde prosedure die frekwensie van beheerderverstellings effektief kan verminder sonder om die vermoë van die oorspronklike beheerder te affekteer. Die voorgestelde beheerraamwerk kan dus in die praktyk gebruik word om proses oorbeheer te voorkom.

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2013-08-01
2016-12-10

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