A review on sensors for real-time monitoring and control systems on machining and surface finishing processes
Pappachan, Bobby Kaniyamkudy
Roslan, Muhammad Izzat
Date of Issue2018
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Lab
One of the key components in real-time monitoring and control on machining and surface finishing processes are sensors. The advances of such system have triggered interesting questions on sensor selection that act as the fundamental before starting a project. This paper is made to review and answer the questions surrounding sensor selection. The paper first explains on the type of sensors commonly used in practice for real-time monitoring and control systems. After which, the paper discusses on how often the sensors are used on several machining and surface finishing processes and what are the reasons for the sensor selection. Thereafter, a review on the type features commonly analysed through these sensors is discussed. The paper expects reader would decide better upon selecting sensors and has a better direction in their project. Thus the paper works to guide reader to improve based on what has been completed before.
Real Time Monitoring
MATEC Web of Conferences
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