Pneumatic Control System Seminar Report PPT

Pneumatic Control System Seminar Report: Abstract 

Control systems utilize pressure differential created by the gas sources to drive the transfer of material. Pneumatic control systems are all about using compressed air to operate and power a system air taken from the atmosphere and squeezed are compressed. This compressed air is then used as a pneumatic system to do work. Pneumatic systems are used in the Meany field such as lorry brake, bicycle tires, car tires, paint spraying aircraft, and hydraulic systems In this paper, we propose an intelligent control method for a pneumatic servo nonlinear system with static friction. The real machine experiment confirmed the improvement of the speed of response the stop accuracy and the effectiveness of the proposed method.
Pneumatic Control System Seminar Report PPT

Pneumatic Control System Seminar Report: Contents

1. Abstract
2. Introduction
3. Pneumatic Power Generation And Control
4. Pneumatic Uses
5. Pneumatic System Design
6. Rules Of Pneumatic Design
7. Pneumatics Components
8. Elements Of A Basic Pneumatic System
9. Advantages
10. Disadvantage
11. Conclusion

Pneumatic Control System Seminar Report: Conclusion

Pneumatic controls are not well-suited for remote monitoring of space conditions and mechanical equipment status. However, at a given piece of equipment or mechanical room, pneumatic controls can provide complete and accurate information on control and equipment parameters such as temperatures and actuator positions. In most cases, this information is already available, and it requires only the addition of appropriate pneumatic indicators to display the data for the operator. The main substitute for automated remote monitoring is human monitoring. During times when the building spaces are occupied, people can report on mechanical system malfunctions or desired adjustments. For unoccupied times, basic mechanical pneumatics such as electrical service, pneumatic air pressure, critical temperatures, etc. could be monitored by a simple, low-cost, standalone electronic system.