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  • The Automatic Control System of TISCO Rolled Rod Bar
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Li Hongguang

    Abstract:

    This chapter analyzes the Automatic Control System of TISCO rolled rod bar,and makes a detail introduction for the Control System of rolling and the straightening,demonstrates the function of the Automatic Control System accordingly.This System adopts time Control System and angel gap Control System etc,widely applying in different rolled rod bar process.

  • Characteristics of Automatic Control System of TISCO Wire Rod Mill
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Li Hongguang

    Abstract:

    This chapter analyzes the Automatic Control System of TISCO wire rod mill, and makes a detail introduction for the construction and the characteristics,demonstrates the function of the Automatic Control System. This System adopts minor-tension Control System and loop Control System etc, and has widely applying in different wire rod mills.

R. D. Holtz – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • An Inexpensive Automatic Control System for Soil Testing
    , 1991
    Co-Authors: Nagaratnam Sivakugan, J. L. Chameau, R. D. Holtz

    Abstract:

    This paper describes an inexpensive Automatic Control System for soils testing. The System comprises a microcomputer, an analog to digital converter, a relay board, and solenoid valves. It has been used successfully in K o -consolidation and strain Controlled loading of cubical specimens in a cuboidal shear device. Possibilities of using this System in other soil testing Systems are also explored.

  • INEXPENSIVE Automatic Control System FOR SOILS TESTING
    , 1991
    Co-Authors: Nagaratnam Sivakugan, R. D. Holtz, J. L. Chameau, An-bin Huang

    Abstract:

    An inexpensive Automatic Control System for soils testing is described. The System comprises a microcomputer, an analog-digital conversion board, an output relay board, a parallel digital interface, and solenoid valves. Minimal programming is involved to set up the System, and the required software is ordinarily provided by the manufacturer at no cost. The System has been successfully used in K sub 0 consolidation and strain-Controlled loading of cubical clay specimens in a cuboidal shear device. The System may also be used to Control other soil testing equipment.

Nagaratnam Sivakugan – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • An Inexpensive Automatic Control System for Soil Testing
    , 1991
    Co-Authors: Nagaratnam Sivakugan, J. L. Chameau, R. D. Holtz

    Abstract:

    This paper describes an inexpensive Automatic Control System for soils testing. The System comprises a microcomputer, an analog to digital converter, a relay board, and solenoid valves. It has been used successfully in K o -consolidation and strain Controlled loading of cubical specimens in a cuboidal shear device. Possibilities of using this System in other soil testing Systems are also explored.

  • INEXPENSIVE Automatic Control System FOR SOILS TESTING
    , 1991
    Co-Authors: Nagaratnam Sivakugan, R. D. Holtz, J. L. Chameau, An-bin Huang

    Abstract:

    An inexpensive Automatic Control System for soils testing is described. The System comprises a microcomputer, an analog-digital conversion board, an output relay board, a parallel digital interface, and solenoid valves. Minimal programming is involved to set up the System, and the required software is ordinarily provided by the manufacturer at no cost. The System has been successfully used in K sub 0 consolidation and strain-Controlled loading of cubical clay specimens in a cuboidal shear device. The System may also be used to Control other soil testing equipment.