Recent advances in control systems

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Controlling is one of the first things that should have been done when an industrial place started. Actually, everything turns around the way we are controllingour systems and machines (electrical engines, generators, pumps, etc.) We need to protect the continuous service of the industrial plant with an efficient method which checks the processes.
The bestway to maintain our processes secure is by using new and advanced software. This article tells us how a new approach of virtual tools can give us more time to figure out specific troubles in oursystems. It can help us to improve our schedules by writing less program lines or drawing fewer diagrams depending on the programming language we have chosen for our SCADA.
It is a new method of simulationthat gives new ways to manage industrial control. Towards this end, they recently created a building automation test to simulate power systems. This test involves different kinds of results startingwith the plant state and finishing with the state of the machines and includes the possibility of find out some advice about the defective areas.
Depending on the decision of who is in charge of thisprocess of automation, different types of machines can be linked using PLC’s (Programmable Logic controller) to a unique PC. The new simulator can make an exact simulation of the analog or digitalPLC’s outs. Thyristor Controlled Phase Shifter (TCPS) used in power systems control could not have been simulated because of the complexity of their building, but now, the new era of simulation makeseverything possible. Even though the proposed controller is able to control three main parameters affecting A.C. power transmission: excitation voltage, phase shift angle and reactance in a coordinatedmanner.
The simulation presents a new technique of computing the sensitivity matrix in power systems stability, especially for multi machines systems. It allows you to keep no reduces systems and...