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A Computer Based Process Automation System for Tire Fabric Calenders

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3 Author(s)
Joseph W. Davis ; Cooper Tire and Rubber, Findlay, Ohio. ; Richard K. Brinton ; Richard W. Wiseman

Those areas of the tire fabric calender process where the total systems approach can today put the computer into proper perspective and squarely into the economic arena will be outlined in terms of process objectives,the system to meet these objectives, and the method of implementation to guarantee the attainment of the objectives. Finally, some of the results achieved from the installation of this process management system at Cooper Tire will be noted. The system described employs a digital processor to achieve control on four levels: 1) automatic control of the calender, 2) human engineered operator display, 3) production sumarries for supervisor personnel and, 4) a real-time production reporting system for mangement.

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IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications  (Volume:IA-10 ,  Issue: 1 )