Course Overview Industrial automation refers to the use of computers and robots to control industrial processes without significant human intervention. When used appropriately, automation can increase the quality, safety, and accuracy of these processes.
Course Description Industrial Automation is rapidly growing especially within the Power sector, Automobile, Oil and gas, Manufacturing, Mining etc. Automation of industrial process provides the technology to control and monitor the process in industrial plants.This Industrial Automation course is aimed to empower the learners with the foundation and intermediate level of knowledge that will help them to understand the key modules of Industrial Automation.
Objectives The purpose of this course is to provide the student with basic skills useful in identifying the concepts of automated machines and equipment and describe the terms and phrases associated with industrial automation. The student will perform preventative maintenance, identify or solve problems in machines, and other technologies.
Course Study Materials
1.1 Industrial Automation - Types of Automation Systems
1.2 Industrial control system - Automation And Process Control
1.3 Purpose Of Industrial Automation
1.4 Industrial Automation Circuits
1.5 Computer Based Industrial Control And Automation
2.1 Measurement Systems - Specifications of Measurement Systems
2.2 Measurement of Temperature
2.3 Pressure and Force Measurement - Flow Measurement
2.4 Errors and Calibration
Hardware Components For Automation And Process Control
3.1 Hardware Components For Automation And Process Control
3.2 Actuators, Sensors And Timers, Drum Switches And Special Components
3.3 P-I-D Control - Controller Tuning - Implementation of P-I-D Controller
3.4 Special Control Structures Feed forward and Ratio Control, Predictive Control
Transfer Devices And Feeders
4.1 Transfer Devices And Feeders
Programmable Logic Control Systems
5.1 Programmable Logic Control Systems
5.2 Introduction to SequenceLogic Control and Programmable Logic Controllers
5.3 The PLC Hardware Environment - The Software Environment and Programming of PLCs
5.4 Formal Modelling of Sequence Control Specifications and Structured RLL Programming
5.5 Programming of PLCs
5.6 Sequential Function Charts
Final Assesment20 Questions
The certificate issued for the Course will have
Date of Course Completion
Name(s) and Logo(s) of the Certifying Bodies
Only the e-certificate will be made available. No Hard copies. The certificates issued by NITTTR Chandigarh, MHRD - Government of India and The Academic Council of uLektz. can be e-verifiable at www.ulektzskills.com/verify.
Students are required to take online assessments with e-Proctoring.
Students will be assessed both at the end of each module and at the end of the Course.
Students scoring a minimum of 50% in the assessments are considered for Certifications