pneumatic control system

pneumatic control system

A system in which control is effected by air, under pressure; e.g., an air-conditioning system controlled by pneumatically operated thermostats or humidistats.
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Perhaps achieving a reliable mission critical controls system requires reverting to the spirit of the approach used in the past by pneumatic control system designers, but updated to apply to today's DDC, PLC-based, and smart instrumentation technologies.
Around 190 employees currently work at the site, which manufactures pneumatic control system components.
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Owing to the compressibility characteristic of the air, the pneumatic control system has a very high level of nonlinearity and the system parameters are time variant with environmental change, therefore, the mathematical model isn't easy to derive and to obtain the accurate values of the coefficients of the model (Aldridge, 1992).
The factory makes pneumatic control system components such as cylinder valves for equipment including packaging machines and food processing factory equipment.