TY - GEN

T1 - Modeling of the mineral particle-size evolution through stochastic input signals in a balls mill grinding circuit

AU - Tisza-Contreras, Juan

AU - Nieto-Chaupis, Huber

N1 - Copyright:
Copyright 2011 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - Complex systems such as the ball mill grinding circuit have been traditionally perceived by many researchers as MIMO systems due to the inherent existence of several I/O variables thereby producing interconnectivity among them. As it is well-known, variables involved in the system are strongly correlated each other, fact that is reflected at the influence of the set of manipulated variables on the output ones. This paper has paid attention on the evolution of the particle-size variable by analyzing its behavior when it is subject to disturbances during the mineral processing. Thus, a methodology in order to search the effect of implementing functions of random nature whose existence might be attained to the interaction among variables as normally occurs in a balls mill grinding circuit dynamics, is provided. In this short report, some simulations of the particle-size evolution are exposed by emphasizing the impact of those random functions which is supposed coexists together to the ones which traditionally are used.

AB - Complex systems such as the ball mill grinding circuit have been traditionally perceived by many researchers as MIMO systems due to the inherent existence of several I/O variables thereby producing interconnectivity among them. As it is well-known, variables involved in the system are strongly correlated each other, fact that is reflected at the influence of the set of manipulated variables on the output ones. This paper has paid attention on the evolution of the particle-size variable by analyzing its behavior when it is subject to disturbances during the mineral processing. Thus, a methodology in order to search the effect of implementing functions of random nature whose existence might be attained to the interaction among variables as normally occurs in a balls mill grinding circuit dynamics, is provided. In this short report, some simulations of the particle-size evolution are exposed by emphasizing the impact of those random functions which is supposed coexists together to the ones which traditionally are used.

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U2 - 10.1109/ANDESCON.2010.5633605

DO - 10.1109/ANDESCON.2010.5633605

M3 - Contribución a la conferencia

AN - SCOPUS:79952093295

SN - 9781424467419

T3 - 2010 IEEE ANDESCON Conference Proceedings, ANDESCON 2010

BT - 2010 IEEE ANDESCON Conference Proceedings, ANDESCON 2010

T2 - 2010 IEEE ANDESCON Conference, ANDESCON 2010

Y2 - 14 September 2010 through 17 September 2010

ER -