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Intellectual support in the structuring of batch within an arc furnace

Abstract

A structure is proposed for the automated system used in batch preparation for arc furnaces at steel plants. Structural and set-theory analysis of such automated systems is employed. The introduction of the new automated control system eliminates the deficiencies of the traditional technology. The new system is universal and ergodic, with formalization of the decision-making process.

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Original Russian Text © O.S. Logunova, N.S. Sibileva, V.V. Pavlov, 2016, published in Stal’, 2016, No. 10, pp. 20–24.

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Logunova, O.S., Sibileva, N.S. & Pavlov, V.V. Intellectual support in the structuring of batch within an arc furnace. Steel Transl. 46, 733–738 (2016). https://doi.org/10.3103/S0967091216100065

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Keywords

  • batch preparation
  • steel production
  • batch composition
  • technological script
  • intellectual support