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Industrial Automation Automation Industrielle Industrielle Automation. 0.0 Course Contents Spring 2014. Yvonne-Anne Pignolet and Jean-Charles Tournier ABB Corporate Research and CERN. Background Survey: http://tinyurl.com/qau3el4. Course Goals.

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0 0 course contents spring 2014

Industrial Automation

Automation IndustrielleIndustrielle Automation

0.0 Course ContentsSpring 2014

Yvonne-Anne Pignolet and Jean-Charles Tournier

ABB Corporate Research and CERN

Background Survey: http://tinyurl.com/qau3el4

course goals
Course Goals
  • Raise interest for industrial automation systems
  • Understand industrial control systems (purpose, structure)
  • Methods and trade-offs in real-time systems
  • Understand the terms in publications and standards
  • Be able to analyze a plant and propose automation solutions
  • Compare automation solutions with other domains
  • Analyze reliability, availability and safety of systems
  • Become productive in an industrial company or utility rapidly
organisation of course
Organisation of Course

numbers refer to the chapter

enterprise

6

execution

8

5

real-time

supervision

dependability

4

device access

9

3

communication networks

2.2

2.3

field devices, controllers

2.1

sensors, actors

physical plant

slide4

File

Edit

12

23

2

2

4

33

Automation network view

6

Engineering

5

Operator

SCADA level

4.3

horizontal communication

vertical Comm.

Control Bus

4.2

Control level

programmablecontrollers

Fieldbus

Fieldbus

3

microPLCs

direct I/O

2.3

Field level

4.1

Sensor-Actuator Bus

2.1

transducers / actors

organization of the course
Organization of the course
  • instrumentation: hardware: how is the state of a plant read and controlled
  • controllers: hardware and software how controllers operate and how they are programmed
  • industrial communication networks: how are real-time data exchanged, in the field and in the plant
  • application protocols for devices how do devices appear to the programmer and operator
  • software interface to application: how does the application accesses the process data
  • operator interface and SCADA how do operators see the plant they supervise
  • manufacturing execution systems how is production planned and executed
  • plant configuration and engineering how is a control system planned, engineered and tested
  • failures in a control system how to deal with unreliable elements in a control system
  • safety how to evaluate and prevent safety hazards
  • standards how standards help the industry
prerequisites for a career in automation
Prerequisites for a career in automation
  • Curiosity: I want to understand
  • Basic Physics: I can make a model of my world
  • Mathematics I know how to calculate
  • Programming: I can structure
  • Systematic Work: I can plan
  • Initiative: I try various strategies to make things works
  • Language: I can speak with colleagues from other domains and cultures
lecture exercises homework lab excursion and exam
Lecture, Exercises, Homework, Lab, Excursion, and Exam

Homework

12h

Lecture + exerciselessons

12 x 3h

Lab at Siemens

8h

Dr Jean-Charles Tournier

CERN

Geneva

Dr Yvonne-Anne Pignolet

ABB Corporate Research

Baden-Dättwil

All components are part of the course (at the oral exam, questions on the class, lab, and homework may be asked). Homework handed out on April 8, to be presented at end of course. Course slides and questions to prepare for exam are available on the web (moodle / http://lamspeople.epfl.ch/kirrmann)

timeline
Timeline

# Date Chapter Content Lecturer

1 Feb 18 1 Introduction, automation and plants YA

2 Feb 25 2 Control and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) YA

3 March 4 2 Programming of PLCs YA

4 March 11 3 Industrial communication networks, field busses YA

5 March 18 5 Human Interface and Supervision JC

6 March 25 4 Industrial communication protocols YA

7 April 1 Laboratory at Siemens – Group 1 (8h00-16h00) Siemens

8 April 8 8 Real-Time Aspects JC

9 April 15 9 Overview Dependability JC

April 22 no course (EPFL vacations)

10 April 29 Laboratory at Siemens – Group 2 (8h00-16h00) Siemens

11 May 69 Reliability analysis JC

12 May 13 9 Dependable architecture JC

13 May 20 9 Safety evaluation JC

14 May 27 Presentation of homework JC/YA

to probe further
To probe further

Olsson, Gustav & Rosen, Christian – industrial automation, Dept. Of Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation,

Lund University, Lund, Sweden.

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