Determination of the beginning the Steady-State for controlled processes in monitoring systems with limited resources
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This paper describes the basic approach for determination of the steady-state conditions of physical processes such as boiling or other phase transitions in control systems with limited resources. In this research, we consider the particular case of a control system that should determine the moment when the water temperature reaches boiling point. In different systems, the accurate determination of the boiling point is important, because it results in other functions such as switching off or
... switching off or transitioning to other states. Hence, we explore the possibility of applying our approach in systems with limited resources, using cheap temperature inertial sensors. During the investigation, we encountered a delay in identifying the boiling point, caused by inertia. These issues demonstrate the need for the further improvement of the suggested approach in this particular case. However, generally our results indicate the applicability of this approach for control systems.