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Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Automation An Introduction



Author: Madhuchhanda Mitra Samarjit Sen Gupta
ISBN: 81-87972-17-3Price: Rs.200/- Discount: 20%Take Home price: Rs. 160/-
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Modern industrial environment is steered with the latest technological advancements in computers and communication. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) based automation is the outcome of that.Programmable Logic Controllers book has been prepared as a textbook to give an insight to these areas. Divided into seven chapters, the first chapter in the book presents the basics of Programmable Logic Controllers and the second chapter in the book establishes a bridge between digital logics and Ladder logics.Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Timers and Counters have been dealt with in chapter three while commonly used advanced instructions are presented in chapter four. In chapter five of this Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Automation book, PLC I/O and power supplies have been covered and basics of modern industrial communication and networking are highlighted in chapter six of the book. Chapter seven in the book converges the total discussion made in the earlier chapters in the book to applications in industrial automation.
PLC book will find acceptance among the students of Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Engineering of different disciplines of various universities of the country and abroad, among students of AMIE, AMIETE and, of course, for practicing engineers.
A vivid bridge between digital logics and Ladder logics.
Detail discussions made on Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) I/O and power supply which are the lifelines of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)s.
Industrial communication and networking, their basics and interfaces with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)s, are the unique portion of the book.
A clear picture of industrial automation has been revealed through a number of solved real time problems. About the Authors of the book: PLC and Industrial Automation
Madhuchhanda Mitra did her B.Sc. ( Honours in Physics), B. Tech., M. Tech. and Ph.D. (in Measurement & Instrumentation) from the University of Calcutta. She has ten years teaching experience in the University College of Technology, University of Calcutta. Her special fields of interest include Process instrumentation, microprocessors and microcontrollers and biomedical signal processing. She is presently Reader in the Instrumentation Engineering division of the Department of Applied Physics. She has about fifty technical papers published in national and international journals and conference proceedings. She is the recipient of Best Paper Award for three of her papers. She is a recipient of "Griffith Memorial Award" of the University of Calcutta.Samarjit Sen Gupta did his B.Sc. ( Honours in Physics), B. Tech., M. Tech. and Ph.D. (in Electrical Machines and Power Systems) from the University of Calcutta. His employment experience includes about nine years' industrial in power and process plants and fifteen years teaching in the University College of Technology, University of Calcutta. His special fields of interest include power system operation, control, protection and measurements. He is presently Professor in the Electrical Engineering division of the Department of Applied Physics. He has about sixty technical papers published in national and international journals and conference proceedings. He is the recipient of Best Paper Award for three of his papers. He has authored two books for engineering level. He was awarded the 2nd B. R. Batra Award (2004) awarded by the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, India. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (UK), Fellow of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, Member of IEEE (USA) and Member of the Institution of Engineers (India).Table of Contents in Programmable Logic Controllers And Industrial Automation book ContentsI Introduction
What Is A PLC
Technical Definition Of PLC
What Are Its Advantages
Characteristic Functions Of A PLC
Chronological Evolution Of PLC
Types Of PLC
Unitary PLC
Modular PLC
Small PLC
Medium PLC
Large PLC
Block Diagram Of PLC
Input / Output ( I / O ) Section
Processor Section
Power Supply
Memory
Central Processing Unit
Processor Software / Executive Software
Multitasking
Languages
Ladder Language II BIT LOGIC INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction
Input And Output Contact Program Symbols
Numbering System Of Inputs And Outputs
Program Format
Introduction To Logic
Equivalent Ladder Diagram Of AND Gate
Equivalent Ladder Diagram Of OR Gate
Equivalent Ladder Diagram Of NOT Gate
Equivalent Ladder Diagram Of XOR Gate
Equivalent Ladder Diagram Of NAND Gate
Equivalent Ladder Diagram Of NOR Gate
Equivalent Ladder Diagram To Demonstrate De Morgan Theorem
Ladder DesignSolved ProblemsExercise
SwitchesSolved Problems III PLC TIMERS AND COUNTERS
Timer And Its Classification
Characteristics Of PLC Timer
Functions In Timer
Resetting - Retentive And Non-Retentive
Classification Of PLC Timer
On Delay And Off Delay Timers
Timer-On Delay
Timer Off Delay
Retentive And Non-Retentive Timers
Format of a Timer InstructionSolved ProblemsExercise
PLC Counter
Operation Of PLC Counter
Counter Parameters
Counter Instructions Overview
Count Up (CTU)
Count Down (CTD) Solved ProblemExercises IV ADVANCED INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction
Comparison Instructions
Discussions On Comparison Instructions
"EQUAL" or "EQU" Instruction
"NOT EQUAL" or "NEQ" Instruction
"LESS THAN" or "LES" Instruction
"LESS THAN OR EQUAL" or "LEQ" Instruction
"GREATER THAN" or "GRT" Instruction
"GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO" or "GRQ" Instruction
"MASKED COMPARISON FOR EQUAL" or "MEQ" Instruction
"LIMIT TEST" or "LIM" Instruction Solved Examples
Addressing Data Files
Format Of Logical Address
Addressing Format For Micrologic System
Different Addressing Types
Word Within an Integer File
Bit Within an Integer File
Bit Within an Bit File
Data Movement Instructions
Logical Instructions
Main Features Of Logical Instructions
Logic AND Instruction
Logic OR Instruction
Logic Exclusive OR Instruction
Logic NOT Instruction
Logic NEGATE Instruction Solved Problems
Mathematical Instructions
Main Features Of Mathematical Instructions
Logic ADD Instruction
Logic SUB Instruction
Logic MUL Instruction
Logic DIV Instruction
Logic DDV Instruction
Logic CLR Instruction
Logic SQR Instruction Solved Problems
Special Mathematical Instructions
Scale with Parameters or SCP Instruction
Scale Data or SCL Instruction
Absolute or ABS Instruction
Compute or CPT Instruction
Swap or SWP Instruction
Arc Sine or ANS Instruction
Arc Cosine or ACS Instruction
Arc Tangent or ATN Instruction
Cosine or COS Instruction
Natural Log or LN Instruction
Log to the Base 10 or LOG Instruction
Sine or SIN Instruction
Tangent or TAN Instruction
X to the Power Y or XPY Instruction
Data Handling Instructions
Main Features Of Data Handling Instructions
Convert to BCD or TOD Instruction
Convert from BCD or FRD Instruction
Radian to Degrees or DEG Instruction
Degrees to Radian or RAD Instruction
Decode 4 to 1 of 16 or DCD Instruction
Encode 1 of 16 or ENC Instruction
Copy a File or COP Instruction
Fill File or FLL Instruction
Move or MOV Instruction
Masked Move or MVM Instruction
FIFO Load or FFL Instruction
FIFO Unload or FFU Instruction
LIFO Load or LFL Instruction
LIFO Unload or LFU Instruction
Program Flow Control Instructions
Main Features Of Program Flow Control Instructions
Jump or JMP and Label or LBL Instruction
Temporary End or TND Instruction
Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) Instruction
PID Control
PID Equation
PID InstructionV PLC INPUT OUTPUT (I/O) MODULES AND POWER SUPPLY
Introduction
Classification Of I/O
I/O System Overview
Practical I/O System And Its Mapping
Addressing Local And Expansion I/O
Input-Output Systems
Direct I/O
Parallel I/O Systems
Serial I/O Systems
Sinking And Sourcing
What Are They ?
Why Are They Required ?
Sourcing and Sinking in PLC Interfacing
Discrete Input Module
Discrete DC Input Module
Discrete AC Input Module
Rectifier with Filter
Threshold Detection
Isolation
Logic Section
Specifications Of Discrete Input Module
Discrete Output Modules
Operating Principles Of Output Modules
Specification Of Discrete Ouput Module
Sourcing And Sinking Output Module
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Output Modules
Analog Input Module Operation
Noise Minimization
Specifications Of Analog Input Module
Types Of Analog Input Module
Single Ended And Differential Input Modules
Special Input Modules
Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) Input Module
Thermocouple/Millivolt Input Module
High-Speed Encoder Input Module
Stepper Motor Control Module
Self Diagnostic Module
RS-232C Interface Module
Remote I/O Subscanners
Communication Modules
Analog Output Module
I/O Modules In Hazaradous Locations
Power Supply Requirements
Common AC Source
Isolation From Power Circuit
Emergency Stops
Safety Control Systems
Protection against Excessive Line Voltage Variation
Power Supply Configuration
Power Line Conditioner
Full Wave Bridge Rectifier
Filters
Simple Capacitive Filter
Simple Inductive Filter
Pi-Type Filter VI INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING
Introduction
Evolution Of Industrial Control Process
Types Of Communication Interface
Types Of Networking Channels
Parallel Communication Interface
IEEE-488 Bus
Devices Useable with IEEE - 488
Handshaking Process
Interface Management Lines
Serial Communication Interface
Balanced And Unbalanced Systems
Communication Mode
Simplex Mode
Half Duplex Mode
Full Duplex Mode
Synchronization And Timing In Communication
Synchronous Transmission
Enchronous Transmission
Isochronous Transmission
Asynchronous Transmission
Synchronous And Asynchronous Transmissions Compared
Standard Interface
Serial Interface RS 232C
Serial Interface RS 422
Serial Interface EIA 485
Different Recommended Standards Compared
Software Protocol
ASCII Protocol
HART Protocol
Manufacturer Specific Protocol
Industrial Network
Network Topology
Bus Topology
Ring Topology
Star Topology
Tree Topology
Media Access Methods
CSMA/CD (Collision Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection)
CSMA/BA (Collision Sense Multiple Access/Bitwise Arbitration)
Master-Slave-One
Token Passing
Open System Interconnection (OSI) Network Model
Application Layer
Presentation Layer
Session Layer
Transport Layer
Network Layer
Data Link Layer
Physical Layer
Network Components
Control Network Issues
Advantage Of Standardized Industrial Network
Open Systems
Cost Reduction In Wiring
Increased Information Need
Intelligent Devices
Industrial Network
Bus Network
Device Bus Network Vs. Process Bus Network
Controller Area Network (CAN)
Characteristics of CAN Protocol
CAN Data Frame and Communication
CAN Error Detection and Confinement
Devicenet
Physical Layer Features
Communication Features
A Devicenet Network
Controlnet
Ethernet
Protocol
Proprietory Network
Smart Distributed System
Interbus - S
Seriplex Bit-Wide Device Bus Network
AS-I Interface
AS-I-Open Standard For Network Systems At The Process Level
AS-Interface/AS-I System Operation
Operating Reliability And Flexibility
FOUNDATION FIELDBUS
Physical Layer ( Layer 1)
Communication Stack (Layers 2 and 7)
User Layer (Layer 8)
Profibus
Profibus-Dp
Profibus-Fms
Profibus-Pa
Application Of Profibus For Real PLC Communication VII INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
Introduction
Utility Of Automation
General Structure Of An Automated Process
Examples Of Some Simple Automated Systems
Selection Of PLC

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