Contribution à la répartition des traitements et des données sur une architecture distribuée équipée d'un réseau de terrain FIP : application à un processus thermique pilote

Abstract : This work deals with the possibility to allocate the tasks of Distributed Intelligence Base Automation Systems (DIBAS) on a distributed material architecture. In the first part, we show the evolution of Automatic Systems of Production (ASP) in order to attempt the concept of Distributed Intelligence Base Automation Systems (DIBAS). The problems which are encountered in order to build a functional specification of DIBAS are described. Then, a methodological approach proposes a functionnal model for a DIBAS, including the main functions of an Automation system, and allows to develop the number of tasks. In a second part, after a study of the main allocation strategies, a method is described to distribute a validated functional architecture onto the material architecture. An integer programming approach is developed. The algorithm proposed takes into account the criteria and constraints of the functional architecture and the material architecture. This algorithm is allowed to allocate the different tasks onto the material architecture. In order to elaborate an operational architecture, a pilot thermal process is used to validate and to test this architecture. Finally an optimal dimension about the material architecture is obtained and the result is called a validated operational architecture. The aim of this work in the future is to propose a set of tools in order to achieve the design of DIBAS.
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Frédéric Hermann. Contribution à la répartition des traitements et des données sur une architecture distribuée équipée d'un réseau de terrain FIP : application à un processus thermique pilote. Autre. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 1997. Français. ⟨NNT : 1997NAN10265⟩. ⟨tel-01747369⟩

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