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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 10, October 2015 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



GUI Of Control System On The Level Of Oil Tank By Two Pumps Using V. Basic

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AUTHOR(S)

Qusay Jalil, Muthnna Ali, S Nagakishore Bhavanam

 

KEYWORDS

Index Terms: software ,hardware , GUI, pumps, valves , simulations, control system.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: Science is developing applications in all fields (medical, industrial, agricultural, military .... etc.) private computer applications, and at the moment has become easier development tasks through a computer, which controls the systems through the so-called graphical user interface (GUI), where it is through the graphical interface to control the whole system in terms of operating appeared, maintenance, and other, this is not only, but rather can handle the graphical interface by any person who is not a specialist in the field of control of any It simplifies dealing with the system by the designer person.This paper represents a simplification of the work of control is full of a large volume of fuel tank system as in factories through the two pumps and valves discharge , consists of control system of two parts (1- Software 2- Hardware) for Soft is the part of the compiler is responsible for receiving data , processed and giving orders to the hardware for the purpose of implementation.This is done simulations of the system through the graphical user interface GUI designed under the working environment V.BASIC by a specialist engineer to be controlled by someone less experienced in the field of control

 

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