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IEC 61131 and DSDM in real-time process control applications

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Barritt, D. ; Wessex Water Eng. Services, Bath, UK

Wessex Water is one of the smallest of the privatised UK water companies, covering an area of 10000 km/sup 2/ and serving 2.4 million customers. This article outlines the way in which IEC 61131 and the dynamic systems development method have been adopted for use in developing real-time control systems for complex water treatment plants. Some conclusions are drawn regarding the benefits of this approach, which might be of interest to other practitioners and researchers.

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Computing & Control Engineering Journal  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

April 2002

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