Control Problems and Devices in Manufacturing Technology 1980 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080267203, 9781483189895

Control Problems and Devices in Manufacturing Technology 1980

1st Edition

Proceedings of the 3rd IFAC/IFIP Symposium, Budapest, Hungary, 22-25 October 1980 (MANUFACONT '80)

Editors: T. M. R. Ellis
eBook ISBN: 9781483189895
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1981
Page Count: 386
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Description

Control Problems and Devices in Manufacturing Technology 1980 presents the proceedings of the 3rd IFAC/IFIP Symposium on Control Problems and Devices in Manufacturing Technology, held in Budapest, Hungary, on October 22–25, 1980. This book discusses the increasing use of robots in both machining and assembly. Organized into 49 chapters, this compilation of papers begins with an overview of the development in computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing. This text then explores the application of computers to the automation of manufacturing processes that have resulted in great progress. Other chapters consider the theoretical aspects and devices concerning material handling, machine control, automatic measurement, and inspection. This book discusses as well the significant roles of numerically controlled machine-tools and robots in the manufacturing system. The final chapter deals with identification and optimal operation of cyclic mechanisms. This book is a valuable resource for control and plant engineers as well as for control system designers.

Table of Contents


Introduction

The Manufacont '80 Symposium

Welcoming Address

Welcoming Address

Control Systems and Devices for Manufacturing Technology

Plenary Paper

New Trends in the Control of Machines in Manufacturing Industry

A Modular Microprocessor System

Path Calculation and Sampled Data Control Systems for Multi-Axis Machines

Digital Simulation as an Effectivity Estimation Method for Machine Tool Control Strategy (using an Example of Lathe Control)

Aspects of the Rational Evaluation of Numerically Controlled Machines for Their Effective Utilization

The Development of a New Machine Tool Programming Language

A Hierarchically Controlled Experimental Manufacturing Cell

Plenary Paper

Automation of a Machine Factory Using CNC's with Large-Capacity Bubble Memories and a Robot

A Process Control Operating System with Interrupt Driven Scheduling

An Integrated CAD/CAM System for Blanking Tools

An Interactive CAD/CAM System for Designing and Manufacturing Sculptured Surfaces

Interpolator Features for CNC Systems of Machine Tools

Discussion

The Control of Flexible Production Systems in Czechoslovak Engineering

A Project for an Experimental CAD/CAM System at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Bratislava

Optimization and Adaptive Control Op Manufacturing Systems

Plenary Paper

United Nations Industrial Development Organization Assistance in Diffusing CAD/CAM Technology

On a New Override Principle for Adaptively Controlled (AC) Machine Tools

The Computer Aided Data Recording System "cutting Force-Turning" Adapted Machinability Data Centre (MDC) of the GDR

A Two-Parameter Adaptive Control System for the Traverse Cylindrical Grinding Process

optimization of Cutting Conditions in Milling Operations by Simulation

On an Experimental System for Adaptive Control Optimization of Machine Tools

Development of an ACC for a CNC: Software Interaction and Conflicts

In-control of the Tool State in the Machining Process

Adaptive Control in Production Scheduling

Automation in Designing Manufacturing Technology Providing an Increase in Product Quality

Discussion

The Control of Material Handling Systems and Robotics

Plenary Paper

Research Work in the Field of Intelligent Robots and Their Possible Application

Computer-aided Design of Control Systems for Industrial Robots

Using the Self-Guidance Principle in the Design of the Adaptive Control System of Robots

Problems in Real-Time Controlling of the Motion Axes of Handling Devices

Computer Control of a 6 Degrees-of-Freedom Articulated Manipulator

Computer Controlled Manipulators with Tactile Sensors

Navigation of a Robot Vehicle by Slit Pattern Detection

Computer Aided Interactive Planning of the Application of Industrial Robots

Positioning of Tridimensional Pieces Casually Fed

Improving Grinding Performance of an Asea-Robot by Two-Dimensional, Sensor Controlled Path Correction

A Bus-Body Sheet Identification-Oriented Two-Dimensional Recognition System

Discussion

An Adaptive Robotic System as Part of a Process Control System

Microprocessor Based Algorithms for Control of Industrial Robots

Theoretical Problems of Machine Control Automatic Measurement and Inspection Identification Problems Positioning

Plenary Paper

Report on the ASP Program in the UK

Micro-pattern Positioning by Laser

Measurement of Gearing Deviations with Large Gears in the Gear Cutting Machine

Measurement of Internal Threads in a Multi-Coordinate Measuring Device

On the Use of Multiple-Valued Relational Equations in the Analysis of Manufacturing Systems

System Analysis Using a Cusum Monitoring Technique

A Microcomputer Based Test Station for High Volume Sub-Assembly Reliability Monitoring

Discussion

A Modified Single Step Identification Algorithm and Its Application in Machining Control Systems

Identification of Cyclic Mechanisms

List of Symposium Participants

Index to Authors


Details

No. of pages:
386
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1981
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483189895

About the Editor

T. M. R. Ellis