Course Title: Provide solutions to problems in basic industrial control systems
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2011
Course Code: EEET6796C
Course Title: Provide solutions to problems in basic industrial control systems
School: 130T Vocational Engineering
Campus: City Campus
Program: C6085 - Advanced Diploma of Electrical - Technology
Course Contact: marko Dumovic
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4342
Course Contact Email: email@example.com
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Nominal Hours: 60
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This unit covers solving problems in basic industrial control systems. The unit encompasses safe working practices, interpreting process and circuit diagrams, applying knowledge of industry controls to problem solving techniques, safety and functional testing and completing the necessary documentation .
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
UEENEEI020B Provide solutions to problems in basic industrial control systems
1. Prepare to provide solutions to basic
1 1.1 OHS processes and procedures for a given work area are identified, obtained and understood
2.1 OHS risk control measures and procedures for carrying out the work are followed.
Details of Learning Activities
Theoretical and simulated work activities designed to develop knowledge and skills to provide solutions to problems in closed loop control systems which includes:
• Classroom learning activities involving the following topics:
o Process control systems
o OH&S principles related to computer programming
o Open and closed loop control systems
o Electrical diagrams and control circuits
o Digital controllers
o Feedback control
o Controller types & control modes: feedback, feedforward, cascade and ratio
o Standard control signals and Analogue/digital control conversion
o Wireless signal transmition
• Practical laboratory exercises on:
o Proportional Integral and Differential (PID) Controllers
o PID control actions, set point change, process demand change
o Algorithm and characteristics of Proportional, Integral and Derivative components of a controller,
o Controllers configuration and tuning methods
o Telemetry principles
• Work simulated assignment on:
o Effects of PID control gain parameters on system response
o Effects of increasing and decreasing controller gain (in systems using P,PI, and PID); with and without Integral (in systems using PI and PID), increasing and decreasing Integral (in systems using PI and PID);with and without derivative (in systems using PID); and increasing and decreasing derivative (in systems using PID).
• Research assignment, requiring approximately 20% of course hours for independent study and research on PID controller
• Student directed hours involve completing activities such as assignments, project and assignment work, writing laboratory reports and reading online resources.
Week Number and Topic Delivered Assessment Tasks
1 Process control systems UEENEEI020B 1.1;1.2;1.5
2 Analogue Inputs and outputs, Electrical Diagrams and Control Circuits - UEENEEI020B 1.1;1.2;1.5
3 Analogue Control, Open and closed loop control systems -UEENEEI020B 1.1;1.3;1.4
4 Digital controllers, Standard system signals- -UEENEEI020B 1.1;1.3;1.1.4;1.5 Analogue Exercise 10%
5 Process Variables, UEENEEI020B 1.1;1.2;1.5 1.5
6 Process Characteristics, Feedback Control -UEENEEI020B 2.1;2.2;2.3;2.4;2.5;2.6
7 Process Control Modes , -UEENEEI020B 2.1;2.2;2.4;;2.6 Assessment task 2 ( Assignment issued) 25%
8 Prpoprtional controllers -UEENEEI020B 2.1;2.2;2.3;2.4; Accumulative Lab assessment 2%
9 Integral controllers , -UEENEEI020B 2.1;2.2;2.3;2.4;2.5;2.6
10 Automation Studio -UEENEEI020B 1.1;2.2;1.3;2.4;2.5;2.6 Accumulative Lab assessment 3%
11 PID controllers -UEENEEI020B 2.1;2.2;2.3;2.4;2.5;2.6
12 PID tunning methods -UEENEEI020B 2.1;2.2;2.3;2.4;2.5;2.6 Accumulative Lab assessment 5%
14 Feedforward, Cascade and ratio control --UEENEEI020B 3.1;3.2;3.3;2.4;2.5 Accumulative Lab assessment 5%
15 Telemetry principles --UEENEEI020B 3.1;3.2;3.3;2.4;2.5
16 PID simulation softwares --UEENEEI020B 3.1;3.2;3.3;2.
17 Industrial control systems --UEENEEI020B 3.1;3.2;3.3;2.4;2.5 Assessment Task 3 50%
18 Assessment feedback --UEENEEI020B 3.1;3.2;3.3;2.4;2.5 Assignment submission
Marko Dumovic, Process Control Systems, RMIT
Curtis D. Johnson, Process Control Instrumentation Technology, Prentice Hall
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Recommended Videos and DVDs available in RMIT Carlton Library:
- Understanding Electrical Diagrams and Control Circuits
- Instrumentation Discrete and Sensory
- Electrical Switching Timing and Control Devices
- Digital controllers ( 30’)
- Process Variables ( 30’)
- Process Characteristics ( 30’)
- Feedback Control ( 30’)
- Process Control Modes (30’)
Resources to assist student learning and assessment are be placed on School’s internal network , S and X drives. Student will need student’s login number and password to access this information.
Overview of Assessment
This course will be assessed through a range of practical exercises, assignments and progressive tests.
Assessment task 1 (Practical exercises) 25%
Cumulative assessment of practical laboratory exercises and demonstrations on Proportional Integral and Differential (PID) Controllers, control parameters, controller tunning and nalaogue digital interfacing to controller.
A range of work simulated exercises and demonstrations is design for student to:
A. Demonstrate an understanding the extent of the basic industrial control system problem
B. Obtain electronic device and circuit parameters, specifications and performance requirements appropriate to each problem.
C. Test solutions to basic industrial control system problems
D. Document justification of solutions implemented in accordance established procedures
Assessment task 2 ( Assignment) 25%
Work simulated assignment o effects of PID control gain parameters, system response, effects of increasing and decreasing controller proportional , integral and differential constants.
Assessment task 3 ( Written assessment) 50%
Test on open and closed loop systems, PID control actions, Algorithm and characteristics of Proportional, Integral and Derivative components of a controller, controllers configuration and tuning methods
Student has also to show an understanding of Occupational Health and Safety to an extent indicated by the following aspects:
• basic legal requirements covering occupational health and safety in the workplace
• the requirements for personal safety in the workplace
• identifying potential workplace hazards and suggested measures for accident prevention
• working safely with electrical tools or equipment
• emergency procedures for the rescue of an electric shock victim equipment
• emergency first aid for an electric shock victim
This course is graded using the following course grades-
CHD- Competent with High Distinction
CDI- Competent with Distinction
CC- Competent with Credit
CAG- Competency Achieved - Graded
NYC- Not Yet Competent
DNS- Did Not Submit for Assessment
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A license to practise in the workplace is required for work involving direct access to plant and equipment connected to installation wiring at voltages above 50 V a.c. or 120 V d.c.
* In this course, minimum student directed hours are 12 in addition to 48 scheduled teaching hours.
* Student directed hours involve completing activities such as reading online resources, assignments, report for practical work, and individual student-teacher course-related consultation.
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