The Principle of Construction of the Boiler Control System With Efficient Use of the Solid Fuel

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Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Computer Engineering Department

The system for controlling the economic opera- tion of a solid fuel boiler is a device that controls and moni- tors the processes that occur during fuel combustion and water circulation in a solid fuel boiler. The system describes the combination of two main components: software and hardware. Based on these components, this article presents the method of building a system of economic operation of a solid fuel boiler, describes the development environment with its functions and capabilities, provides a detailed de- scription for the user with explanations of key points in the operation of the system. This system is aimed at improving the quality of room heating and optimizing this process in order to regulate the desired temperature for the user with minimal error. All software tools interact with each other according to clearly defined protocols, so there are no sys- tem failures.

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