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19-01-2010, 07:32 PM


CAN Application Profile for Control Optimization in Networked Embedded system
Scalable and Efficient Approach for Obtaining Measurements in CAN-Based Control Systems
a. CAN- Based Synchronized Motion Control for Induction Motors
b. Complete automation of automobile control system using CAN
c. Implementing Process Control & Monitoring System using CAN
d. Design and Implementation of Home Automation using CAN
e. CAN based Collision Avoidance system for automobiles Converter
f. Development Of Maximum Power Point Tracker For PV Panels Using SEPIC Real time patient monitoring system using CAN controller
g. Using the CAN Protocol and reconfigurable computing technology for Web-based automation
h. Wireless CAN segments
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30-01-2010, 02:44 PM

a) CAN PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION
b) CAN TO RS232 CONVERTER (ANALYZING THE CAN TRAFFIC OVER THE CAN BUS)
c) DASH BOARD BASED ON CAN PROTOCOL
d) DIGITAL DASH BOARD USING CAN NETWORK
e) FULL DUPLEX INTERFACE THROUGH CAN PROTOCOL
f) CAN BASED AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
g) CAN NETWORKING FOR CARS (CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK OF BOSCH)
h) CAN PROTOCOL BASED AUTOMOTIVE STREET LIGHT SWITCHING SYSTEM
i) CAN PROTOCOL BASED DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM
j) C BASED DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM USING CAN PROTOCOL
k) REAL TIME SECURITY SYSTEM USING CAN PROTOCOL ROBOT CONTROLLING USING CAN PROTOCOL
l) SCALABLE AND EFFICIENT APPROACH FOR OBTAINING MEASUREMENTS IN CAN BASED CONTROL SYSTEMS
m) SIMPLE CAN NODE SMART SENSOR
n) CAN PROTOCOL BASED TRAFFIC LIGHT SYSTEM
o) CAN PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION TO ENABLE ROBUST SERIAL COMMUNICATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
p) IMPLEMENTATION OF A CAN-BASED MULTI CONTROLLER DIGITAL DRIVING SYSTEM FOR A VEHICLE
q) INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION USING CAN NETWORK
r) INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION USING CAN PROTOCOL (MOTOR SPEED CONTROL BASED ON TEMPERATURE)
s) MULTIVARIABLE PARAMETER INTERFACING WITH CAN BUS P
t) CAN NODE USING MICRO CONTROLLER TEMPERATURE BASED
u) DC MOTOR SPEED CONTROL USING CAN PROTOCOL
v) VIEW MIRROR CONSOLE CONTROLLING USING CAN BUS (CLOSED LOOP CONTROL SYSTEM)
w) WIFER CONTROL USING CAN BUS (HUMIDITY BASED)
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12-10-2010, 05:08 PM

This article is presented by:
Dr M.J. Willis
Department of Chemical and Process Engineering
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Multivariable Control: An introduction


Aims and Objectives
To introduce the basic concepts of multivariable control (a continuous stirred tank
reactor will be used as the motivating example). To highlight the phenomenon of
loop interactions. To learn how to model multivariable systems using input-output
descriptions. To introduce the relative gain array (RGA) - a tool for the selection of
input-output pairings.
At the end of this section of the course you should be able to select appropriate
manipulated variable - controlled variable pairings to minimise the effect of loop
interactions in multivariable systems. You should know how to formulate and
interpret the RGA.
Plan
• Define the terms SISO and MIMO.
• Introduce MIMO control and loop interaction using a CSTR as the motivating
example.
• discuss systems modelling for MIMO systems (the transfer function approach).
• clarify discussions using a worked example (modelling and control of a mixing
process).
• introduce the RGA and discuss how it may be used to select input-output
pairings.

Introduction
Processes with only one output being controlled by a single manipulated variable are
classified as single-input single output (SISO) systems. It should be noted however,
that most unit operations in chemical engineering have more than one control loop.
In fact, each unit typically requires the control of at least two variables, e.g. product
rate and product quality. There are therefore usually at least two control loops.
Systems with more than one control loop are known as multi-input multi-output
(MIMO) or multivariable systems.
A Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR)
A continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) is used to convert a reactant (A) to a
product (B). The reaction is liquid phase, first order and exothermic. Perfect mixing is
assumed. A cooling jacket surrounds the reactor to remove the heat of reaction.

For more information about this article,please follow the link:
lorien.ncl.ac.uk/ming/mloop/MULTIVAR.pdf
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02-03-2011, 06:38 PM

i am nisha from murugappa college.can you help me for doing this project and implimentation
please send the details.gas sensor vibration sensor nd keypad lcd
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08-03-2011, 02:11 PM

Presented by:
Ananya
Chetan Kumar


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CAN
Features:
• CAN is a serial bus system
• 2 or 4 CAN controllers and buses
• Data rates to 1 Mbits/second on each bus
• Compatible with CAN specification 2.0B, ISO 11898-1
• Multi-master architecture.
• Bus access priority determined by the message identifier(11- bit or 29-bit).
• Multicast and broadcast message facility.
• Data length from 0 up to 8 bytes.
• Powerful error handling capability.
Attributes of CAN
• Can is a serial bus system with multi-master capabilities, that is, all CAN nodes are able to transmit data and several CAN nodes can request the bus simultaneously.
• In CAN network there is no addressing of stations, but instead prioritized messages are transmitted. A transmitter sends message to all CAN nodes (broadcast). Each node decides on the basis of the identifier received whether it should process the message or not. The identifiers also determines the priority that the message enjoys in competition for bus access.
• Each CAN message can transmit from 0-8 bytes of users information. Longer data information can be transmitted by using segmentation. Maximum transmission rate is specified as 1Mbits/s. This value applies to networks up to 40m. For distances up to 500m a speed of 125Kbits/s is possible, and for transmission up to 1Km a data rate of 50Kbits/s is permitted.
CAN Node Design:
• Each node consists of a microcontroller and a separate CAN
controller.
• CAN controller is interfaced to the twisted pair by a line driver and the twisted pair is terminated at either end by a 120ohm resistor.
• One important feature about the CAN node design is that the CAN controller has separate transmit and receive paths. So, as the node is writing on to the bus it is also listening back at the same time.
• In “CAN speak” a logic one is called a recessive bit and a logic zero is called a dominant bit. In all cases a dominant bit will overwrite a recessive bit. So, if ten nodes write recessive and one writes dominant, then each node will read back a dominant bit.
CAN Message Transmission:
• In the LPC2000, each CAN controller has a number of status and control registers plus three transmit buffers and a receive buffer. Once the CAN controller has been initialized, it is possible to transmit a message by writing to a transmit buffer. Each transmit buffer is made up of four words. Two words are used to hold the 8 bytes of data and one word holds the message identifier. The final register is the frame information register.
Bus Timing Register (CANBTR)
• • To configure CAN controller we must program the bit timing register. It is a protected register and may only be written to when the CAN controller is in reset. Bit zero of the mode register is used to place the CAN controller intoreset.
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