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Multi-level Energy Demand Optimizer System for Machine Tool Controls

Schlechtendahl, Jan and Eberspächer, Philipp and Schraml, Philipp and Verl, Alexander and Abele, Eberhard (2015):
Multi-level Energy Demand Optimizer System for Machine Tool Controls.
In: Research and Innovation in Manufacturing: Key Enabling Technologies for the Factories of the Future - Proceedings of the 48th CIRP Conference on Manufacturing Systems, Elsevier, pp. 783–788, 41, [Article]

Abstract

The need to increase resource and energy efficiency for a sustainable production has led to saving potential analyses and afterwards saving strategies in a multitude of disciplines: product design, supply chain management, process chain design, production process development, energy-optimal machine or component control and even machine tool and component design. Each of those strategies resulted in numerous improvements, however, they still lack reciprocal consideration. To overcome this deficit, a machine-independent energy control system to include any control- or operation-based energy optimizer will be introduced in this paper. It is based on real-time control information from the machine and software-based energy demand optimizers targeting the machining process, the machine tool components control as well as the overlaying production process. The control system itself ensures the correct cooperative operation of the three optimizer types, to enable the much needed reciprocal consideration of the optimizer's effects.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2015
Creators: Schlechtendahl, Jan and Eberspächer, Philipp and Schraml, Philipp and Verl, Alexander and Abele, Eberhard
Title: Multi-level Energy Demand Optimizer System for Machine Tool Controls
Language: English
Abstract:

The need to increase resource and energy efficiency for a sustainable production has led to saving potential analyses and afterwards saving strategies in a multitude of disciplines: product design, supply chain management, process chain design, production process development, energy-optimal machine or component control and even machine tool and component design. Each of those strategies resulted in numerous improvements, however, they still lack reciprocal consideration. To overcome this deficit, a machine-independent energy control system to include any control- or operation-based energy optimizer will be introduced in this paper. It is based on real-time control information from the machine and software-based energy demand optimizers targeting the machining process, the machine tool components control as well as the overlaying production process. The control system itself ensures the correct cooperative operation of the three optimizer types, to enable the much needed reciprocal consideration of the optimizer's effects.

Journal or Publication Title: Research and Innovation in Manufacturing: Key Enabling Technologies for the Factories of the Future - Proceedings of the 48th CIRP Conference on Manufacturing Systems, Elsevier
Volume: 41
Uncontrolled Keywords: Energy efficiency; Optimization; Machine Tool
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute of Production Management, Technology and Machine Tools (PTW)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute of Production Management, Technology and Machine Tools (PTW) > Sustainable Production (new name since 01.07.2018 ETA Energy Technologies and Applications in Production)
Date Deposited: 11 May 2016 09:36
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