FEKT-LAUPAcad. year: 2015/2016
The course LAUP is designed for students of second year of graduate studies. It is the last year of university studies and course graduates of LAUP after its completion are to join the development and programming teams to be ready for design and implementation of industrial control systems. The basic pillars of this work is the specification of the electrical components of the technological process, specification of input and output signals, control system design, a price quotation for the user, creating a PLC program, the creation of programs for control and visualization (SCADA / HMI), the design of industrial communication networks and the creation of application of MES system. For these activities must be responsible person able to create a timetable. Theoretical underpinnings is the knowledge of mathematical modeling of complex technological systems, model verification, modeling and numerical aspects of functional safety (IEC 61508 standard and related)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student is able to
- Create demand and quotation for an automation project
- Create a project visualization of technological processes (SCADA)
- Create a mathematical model of technological unit
- Implement appropriate control algorithms
- Create an application with the modules of Manufacturing Execution System (MES)
- Create a program for batch process BATCH
- To assess the degree of risk-driven process in terms of functional safety standard IEC 61508
- Design HW / SW configuration of safe control
The subject knowledge on the Bachelor´s degree level is requested.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
Zezulka F.: Prostředky průmyslové automatizace, VUTIUM, 2004 (CS)
Automatizované systémy řízení. Programování PLC dle standardu IEC 1131-3. (CS)
2. PowerPoint prezentace autorů jednotlivých přednášek (CS)
Automatizace procesů, el. učební texty, Zezulka a kolektiv (CS)
Programovatelné automaty v řízení technologických procesů, Jan Pásek, 2007 (CS)
Industrial Ethernet, IAONA Handbook, Lueder A., Lorentz K., Magdeburg 2005
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Teachning methods include lectures, practical laboratories and case studies from control szstem design of technological processes. Course is taking advantage of e-learning (Moodle) system. Students train with the szstem COMES, one of operative control systems. Students work out home works from each lecture in defined time period of the course.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
30 points for practice exercise (student is due to work out 5 reports)
70 points for examination
The exam is in the written form
To pass the written exam a student needs to get 35 points out of 70 possible
Language of instruction
•Introduction to design automation systems.
•Batch Programming of batch-type processes in the Standard S88. MES production management system
•Design of temperature systems. Example of a steam heat exchanger station
•Mathematical modeling of complex technological units. Selected problems of practical use of regulators. Identification of features of industrial equipments. Case study for power station design
•The issue of interference and noise immunity. Examples of typical sensors connected to the PLC and IPC
Repeat on the fundamentals of programming SIMATIC PLC (hardware configuration, the extension of analog signals (temperature)
Training InTouch application - using the simulated process of filling, heating and emptying the tank
The program to control the temperature in the tank. It will include a PLC program to simulate the process function of the tank and the PLC program control for the filling, heat and emptying the tank. All made in STL language. Control and vizualisation from InTouch system
BATCH programming system on a PC. In this system will be programmed process control functions filling, heating and emptying the tank from the previous task. The simulation function remains in the PLC program. As the BATCH system a module BATCH from the COMES system will be used . Vizualisation data from the project "filling, heating and emptying the tank" in MES (COMES)
The aim of the course is to introduce students to the total issues of process automation. Students will learn the basics of design and construction work on projects of automation machinery, production lines and processes. Become familiar with the safety norms, project symbols applied for measurement and control and development procedures for the implementation of systems of measurement, control and automation.
The course provides students with computer support of design work. On the practical demonstration projects and excursions to selected technological processes students become familiar with a particular form of implementation of automation. Laboratory exercises are geared towards PC-based distributed control systems (DCS) applied to software process models. Another part of the exercise is devoted to software systems to support the engineering works.
In the examples of heat exchangers and power units, students practice the conventions of design and brand management principles and power equipment.
A big part of the lectures provide practice management experts of power plant units from the conventional up to nuclear power plants, mathematical modeling of complex technological systems, selected problems of practical application controllers, identifying the characteristics of industrial equipment, case studies of projecting power station.
Lectures terminates introduction to functional safety standard IEC 61508.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
Laboratory exercises are compulsory, properly excused missed laboratory exercise is to be replaced after agreement with the teacher
Classification of course in study plans
- Programme EEKR-ML Master's
branch ML-KAM , 2. year of study, winter semester, 6 credits, compulsory
- Programme EEKR-ML1 Master's
branch ML1-KAM , 2. year of study, winter semester, 6 credits, compulsory
- Programme EEKR-CZV lifelong learning
branch ET-CZV , 1. year of study, winter semester, 6 credits, compulsory