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Syllabus 2019-20 - 13112002 - Industrial Automation (Automática industrial)

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DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13112002)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería mecánica (13412001)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13712003)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería eléctrica (13512002)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble Grado en Ingeniería mecánica e Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13912002)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería de organización industrial (13012001)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería mecánica e Ingeniería de organización industrial (13812001)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería mecánica (13612002)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Industrial Automation
CODE: 13112002 (*) ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 3
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: 2 SEMESTER: SC
 
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: SATORRES MARTÍNEZ, SILVIA MARÍA
DEPARTMENT: U133 - ING. ELECTRÓNICA Y AUTOMATICA
FIELD OF STUDY: 520 - INGENIERÍA DE SISTEMAS Y AUTOMÁTICA
OFFICE NO.: A3 - 426 E-MAIL: satorres@ujaen.es P: 953213381
WEBSITE: No procede
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 3
 
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

  Remarks:

Group D (English language), PATIE 3,   Prof. Silvia Satorres Martínez

I.                 Introduction

 Lesson 1: Introductory Concepts

          1.1. Automation concepts

          1.2. Automation chronological evolution

          1.3. Continuous and discrete systems

          1.4. Role of automation in industry

          1.5. Conclusions

 

II.               Automation Foundations

  Lesson 2: Basic concepts

           2.1. Discrete Event System

           2.2. The step concept. Transitions between steps

           2.3. Automatisms

              2.3.1. Components and definitions

              2.3.2. Combinatorial automatisms

              2.3.3. Sequential automatisms

           2.4. Automatism design (wired vs programmable)

           2.5. Conclusions

  Lesson 3: Wired automatisms

           3.1. Electric automatisms

              3.1.1. Introduction

              3.1.2. Electric circuits

               3.1.3. Terminal numbers and identification

               3.1.4. Electrical devices

               3.1.5. Electric automatisms diagrams

            3.2. Pneumatic automatisms

               3.2.1. Introduction

               3.2.2. Graphic symbols

               3.2.3. Pneumatic system components

               3.2.4. Pneumatic circuits

            3.3. Electro-pneumatic automatisms

  Lesson 4: Programmable automatisms

           4.1. Introduction

           4.2. Programmable Logic Controllers

              4.2.1. Architecture

              4.2.2. Inputs and Outputs: Sensors and Actuators

              4.2.3. Scan cycle

              4.2.4. GRAFCET

              4.2.5. Programming Languages

III  .              Control systems

  Lesson 5: Introduction to continuous control

           5.1. Dynamic systems

           5.2. Process control

           5.3. Feedback

           5.4. Variables Identification

           5.5. Control loops

           5.6. Closed loop systems

           5.7. Instrumentation. Sensors and actuators

  Lesson 6: Modelling of control systems

           6.1. Introduction

           6.2. Mathematical modelling

              6.2.1. Mechanical systems

              6.2.2. Electrical and electro-mechanical systems

              6.2.3. Hydraulic systems

           6.3. Experimental modelling

              6.3.1. First order systems

              6.3.2. Second order systems

              6.3.3. Higher order systems

    Lesson 7: PID Controllers

            7.1. Introduction

            7.2. Stability analysis

            7.3. Steady-state errors

            7.4. Basic aspects of the design of control systems

            7.5. ON-OFF Controller

            7.6. PID Controller

            7.7. PID tuning methods

            7.8. Conclusions   

   Lab work

     Session 0. Introduction

     Session 1. Pneumatics Automatisms

     Session 2. Programmable Automatisms 1

      Session 3. Programmable Automatisms 2

      Session 4. Modelling and identification.

      Session 5. PID design and tuning.

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Lectures

There will be three hours per week devoted to lectures in which active learning methodologies such as flipped classroom and cooperative solving of problems will be included at the end of some lessons. In particular, these learning methodologies will be applied at the end of the lessons: 3, 4, 6 and 7.

The active learning methodologies require the students to work on their own before each lecture. Specific material (slides, problems and instructions for the session) will be previously uploaded to the virtual teaching platform (ILIAS). At the end of the session, students should answer an individual online test to measure their level of understanding and learning. This feedback will be very helpful in future sessions to reinforce missing concepts.

Lab sessions  

There will be one two-hour laboratory session every other week during the semester. In these sessions, students have to work in pairs to put the theoretical concepts into practice. Previous work is needed before attending the session. Because the students have to work with industrial equipment such as sensor, actuators (electric motors and pneumatic cylinders) and PLCs, the circuit design and/or programming has to be previously tested with a simulation tool.

Seminar

A real industrial automation process will be presented as case      of study at the end of the course.

 

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

 

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

In order to pass the course the following issues have to be fulfilled:

  1. Work lab attendant is mandatory (only one session could be made up for at the end of the course)
  2. Pass the  final written exam (75% of the final grade).
  3. Pass the  practical work (25% of the final grade)

Practical work assesses the following competences: CT1, CT2 and CC6.

Learning results for the practical work: 31, 32, 33.

Written exam assesses the following competences: CBR2, CT2, CT4 and CC6. 

Learning results for the written exam: 30, 31, 33.

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • Modern control engineering. Edition: 5th ed.. Author: Ogata, Katsuhiko. Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, c2010  (Library)
  • Pneumatic actuating systems for automatic equipment: structure and design. Edition: -. Author: Krivts, Igor Lazar. Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Taylor & Francis, 2006.  (Library)
  • Programmable logic controllers: principles and applications. Edition: 3rd ed. Author: Webb, John W.. Publisher: Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, cop. 1995  (Library)