MoMa-GreenSys 2019 Abstracts


Short Papers
Paper Nr: 1
Title:

System for Controlling a Wind Turbine

Authors:

Corneliu Buzduga

Abstract: This paper presents the improving operating principle of a wind turbine actually achieving an optimum control of the rotation speed. This control consists in limiting the speed of rotation to a permissible maximum value based on the peripheral speed determined by tests of resistance of the materials from which the blades are made. Constructively, the whole mechanism is built from a set of interconnected functional blocks such as: the positioning system, the shaft-hub-shaft assembly, the transmission system, the blade step change system and, last but not least, the generator.

Paper Nr: 2
Title:

Anthropomorphic Walking Robots Integration in Smart Green Systems

Authors:

Marius Pandelea, Luige Vladareanu, Corina F. Radu and Mihaiela Iliescu

Abstract: The article presents aspects of integrating Anthropomorphic Walking Robots (AWRs) into Smart Green city systems. Through the interaction of physical systems assisted by artificial intelligence, it is estimated that environmental pollution risks are reduced by manufacturing processes; improving the pace of citizens’ lives by efficiently managing the travel time between different regions of the city; increasing the quality of social life, ensuring a greater degree of independence of the elderly or disabled people etc. In order to achieve the above mentioned, the paper highlights some aspects of research on detection, monitoring, control and navigation of AWRs, as well as elements of standardization of intelligent urban processes and actions.

Paper Nr: 3
Title:

Intelligent Manufacturing System of LGS Profiles for Green Metallic Constructions

Authors:

Mihaiela Iliescu, Marius Pandelea, Maria-Magdalena Rosu, Luige Vladareanu, Dragos Capatina and Adrian Margean

Abstract: The paper evidences research results on an innovative intelligent manufacturing process and its manufacturing system. The metallic construction, based on steel framing and, consequently, on Light Gauge Steel profiles, has got an increasing attention lately, due to their specific features that involve environmental friendly building technologies, process efficiency and, last but not the least, relatively low costs. A metallic construction has a steel framing structure, similar to that of wood, but is lighter and easier to build, not to mention that it is recyclable waste. It is based on LGS profiles, that are manufactured by cold plastic deformation process of relatively low carbon steel. In order to improve the profile’s material mechanical characteristics, induction hardening process is introduced, distinctly, during the whole manufacturing process stages. Thus, it is estimated a reduction of material consumption, about 10 % and, consequently, a reduction of construction costs by 7%.

Paper Nr: 4
Title:

Holonic-based Task Scheduling in Smart Manufacturing Systems

Authors:

Valentin Vlad

Abstract: The industrial domain undergoes a deep transformation, referred by the technical literature as the fourth industrial revolution. The key element in this transformation is the integration of advanced digital technologies in production, in order to improve the autonomy and interoperability of the participating entities. In order to have a standard-based integration, a reference architectural model was proposed, RAMI 4.0, to guide the migration of the actual production systems to the next generation ones. In this paper we discuss holonic-based solution for dynamical distribution of tasks in a smart manufacturing system, according to the recommendations of RAMI 4.0.