Logically Organised Sensor Based Prototype Model for Automatic Control of Process Temperature

Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 340)


In every electrical process there is an amount of energy conversion. At the time of conversion, some of the energy is exhale at different parts of the system, as loss, in the form of heat. As losses in the process increased, the generation of heat in the system also increased. So, due to overheating, at different parts of the system, after a certain point of temperature, the process may not work properly. In some responsive process, the malfunctioning is more perilous than discontinuing of process. Using thermal sensors, the process can be scheduled from overheating and malfunctioning, by switching off the system. A group of sensors organised in a logical manner, can pause the process automatically. A group of four sensors used for the prototype model, to work together in different parts of the system, for automatic protection of the process as well as to conserve energy.


Logical Control Process System Sensor 



This study was supported by the infrastructure of author’s institution. The use of different simulation software [2] and the data [4] of different element used for the prototype model, mentioned above also worked as supportive tools. The author gratefully acknowledges these supports.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Electrical Engineering DepartmentH.E.T.C.HooghlyIndia

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