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Design of Level 2 Control System for Continuous Reheat Furnaces
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Design of Level 2 Control System for Continuous Reheat Furnaces
Ryu, BoHyun; Lee, JaeYong; Rhim, DongRyul; Cha, JaeMin; Yeom, ChoongSub;
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 Abstract
Steel in a continuous reheat furnace is heated to higher temperature to be treated in the rolling steel process. Due to this reason the continuous reheat furnace system requires an optimal control system to adjust the temperature inside the furnace. Level 2 control systems for continuous reheat furnaces generate automatic heating set points for the level 1 system of the furnace based on the mathematical thermal model which can give a good estimation of steel heating inside the furnace and is used to adjust heating requirements to optimize furnace combustion. For the current study the analytic methodology based on the design procedure from the systems engineering to develop new level 2 control system of a continuous reheat furnace was proposed. The system analysis and the requirements of the level 2 control system were derived using the unified modeling language (UML) 2.0, and the design of database and the graphic user interface (GUI) for the level 2 control system were conducted.
 Keywords
Continuous Reheat Furnace;Level 2 System;PLC;Furnace Control;Systems Engineering;
 Language
Korean
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