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Data Acquisition Procedures for A&DM Systems Dedicated for the Foundry Industry

Authors: Robert Sika, Zenon Ignaszak

Published in: Advances in Design, Simulation and Manufacturing II

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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The article presents the effects of cooperation with Polish and European foundries regarding the design of procedures useful in acquisition and data mining systems (Acquisition & Data Mining, A&DM). The author’s procedures for collecting data from foundry processes, including the topography of data sources, have been presented. These procedures have been associated with the possibilities of extended data analysis, which should be implemented in dedicated A&DM type systems. Specialized systems seem to be the most appropriate tools for rapid analyses of complex production processes (multivariate process). These systems allow to assess the stability of selected process parameters, and subsequently identify the cause and effect relationship related to the quality of castings. The choice of the number and type of parameters that can be associated with anomalies of processes depends on the system user, his knowledge and experience. This paper indicates the importance of dedicated A&DM systems built from scratch, developed in cooperation with a specific foundry.
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Metadata
Title
Data Acquisition Procedures for A&DM Systems Dedicated for the Foundry Industry
Authors
Robert Sika
Zenon Ignaszak
Copyright Year
2020
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22365-6_69

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