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Application Principle and Fault Maintenance of Thermal Automation Instrument Based on predictive control

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DOI: 10.23977/ssge.2021.030108 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 526

Author(s)

Hao Xu 1

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1 China Energy Longyuan Environmental Protection Co., Ltd

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Hao Xu

ABSTRACT

Thermal automation instrument plays a very important role in thermal automation system. It is usually composed of three parts: sensor, transmitter and display. The specific analysis of thermal parameters by thermal automation instruments can also timely reflect the operation of thermal equipment and provide the most reliable information and data for the control system of power plant. At the same time, good operation of thermal automation instruments is also an inevitable way to ensure equipment safety, which plays a certain role in economic operation and automation of power plant. Predictive control is a new control algorithm with rapid development, which has obvious advantages, such as its intuitive concept, easy modeling, no need for accurate model and complex control parameter design, and compared with model predictive torque control, it avoids the problem of weight coefficient design. Based on predictive control, this paper expounds the application principle and fault maintenance of thermal automation instruments in detail.

KEYWORDS

Predictive control, thermal automation instrument, application principle and fault

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Hao Xu. Application Principle and Fault Maintenance of Thermal Automation Instrument Based on predictive control. Smart Systems and Green Energy (2021) Vol. 3: 41-45. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/ssge.2021.030108.

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