MODEL OF PRODUCTION QUALITY CONTROL AND PREDICTION UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZATION PROCESS
B. Yahiaoui, A.A. Mitrokhin, V.L. Burkovsky
Quality of products is one of the most important criteria of efficiency of any production. Control systems of potentially dangerous technological processes should be subject to constant development and improvement in connection with the indisputable importance of ensuring proper quality control, as potentially dangerous technological processes are complex formalized systems that operate under conditions of uncertainty, incomplete knowledge and fuzzy descriptions of both the system itself and the signals acting on it. In this paper, a potentially hazardous technological process of vulcanizing automobile tires is considered a subject of study. The paper presents a generalized structure of the control object, as well as a mathematical model of the control object, organized in the form of a set of values that describe the processes in the real system, analyzes the parameters that affect product quality. In order to improve the quality of the final product, a model for controlling and predicting the functioning of a dangerous technological process of vulcanization is proposed. The paper presents a generalized structure of the control model and the prediction of the quality of the finished product, the implementation of the model in relation to the vulcanization process.
Keywords: potentially dangerous objects, mathematical model, technological process, vulcanization.