Research and Markets has added John Wiley and Sons’ new book titled ‘Sensors, Sampling, and Simulation for Process Control’ to its assorted collection of reports.
The book explores the present day control of industrial processes in processing and extraction of metals and materials. More advanced real-time models, new sensor technologies and super fast computers help develop better control systems for these processes.
The report includes topics such as models for real-time process control and quality monitoring systems; novel sensors for use in hostile environment material procedures such as online inclusion detection, velocity in molten materials, temperature, surface condition of hot moving products; process automation, plant wide logistics optimization and scheduling; innovative online analysis and sampling methods; control of impurities and undesirable components in the environment in the waste and product streams; prediction, optimization, monitoring and control of process parameters in the systems; control in manufacturing processes such as forging, casting, welding, electronic materials, powder metallurgy, extrusion, rolling, annealing and casting; control of composition, microstructure, temperature and morphology in smelting, sintering, solidification, refining, deformation, reheating and transport of ores, metals, mattes, slags, materials and aqueous solutions.
The key topics covered in the report are In-situ sensors for liquid metal quality, sensor for online monitoring of molten metal quality, development of a sensor for find the direction of velocity in liquid aluminum, development of APSIII system as a research tool, and temperature related process monitoring systems, to name a few.