IC1401 Computer Control of Process Syllabus

IC 1401 COMPUTER CONTROL OF PROCESS 3 0 0 100
AIM
To provide sound knowledge on the principle of discrete data control system and
PLC.

OBJECTIVES
i. To study the importance of state-space representation and stability analysis of discrete data system.
ii. To develop different types of algorithm for digital controllers.
iii. To provide adequate knowledge about the various ways of using computers for control.
iv. To give an introductory knowledge about PLC and the programming languages.
v. To give adequate knowledge about of application of
PLC.

1. ANALYSIS OF DISCRETE DATA SYSTEM 9
State-space representation of discrete data systems – Selection of sampling process – Selection of sampling period – Review of z-transform – Pulse transfer function – Modified z-transform - Stability of discrete data system – Jury’s stability test.

2. DESIGN OF DIGITAL CONTROLLER 9
Digital PID – Position and velocity form – Deadbeat’s algorithm – Dahlin’s algorithm – Kalman’s algorithm - Pole placement controller – Predictive controller.

3. COMPUTER AS A CONTROLLER 9
Basic building blocks of computer control system – Data acquisition systems – SCADA – Direct digital control – Introduction to AI and expert control system – Case study - Design of computerized multi loop controller.

4. PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER 9
Evolution of PLC’s – Components of PLC – Advantages over relay logic - PLC programming languages – Ladder diagram – Programming timers and counters – Design of PLC.

5. APPLICATIONS OF PLC 9
Instructions in PLC – Program control instructions, math instructions, sequencer instructions – Use of PC as PLC – Application of PLC – Case study of bottle filling system.

L = 45 Total = 45

TEXT BOOKS
1. P.B. Deshpande, and R.H.Ash, ‘Computer Process Control’, ISA Publication, USA, 1995.
2. Petruzella, ‘Programmable Controllers’, McGraw Hill, 1989.

REFERENCE BOOKS
1. C.M.Houpis, G.B.Lamount, ‘Digital Control Systems Theory, Hardware and
Software’, International Student Edition, McGraw Hill Book Co., 1985.
2. G. Stephanoupoulis, ‘Chemical Process Control’, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1990.
3. T.Hughes, ‘Programmable Logic Controllers, ISA press.
4. Singh, ‘Computer Aided Process Control’, Prentice Hall of India, 2004.
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