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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani Pilani Campus

COURSE HANDOUT Second Semester 2011-12

08/01/2013

Course No. Course Title

INSTR C312 Industrial Instrumentation & Control

Instructor-in-charge SUREKHA BHANOT 1. Scope and Objective of the course This course offers study of various aspects of automatic control for industrial processes, including some recent developments in the field of process control

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Course Description : Introduction to process control; Elements of process loop; Controller principle; Hydraulic, pneumatic, electronic controllers; Controller tuning; Final control elements;Control loop characteristics;Complex control systems;Intelligent controllers;Programmable logic controllers;Distributed control systems; Digital control principles;

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Text Book : Surekha Bhanot, Process Control : Principles and Applications, Oxford University press, Fourth Impression 2010

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Reference Book : R1 C.D. Johnson, Process Control Instrumentation Technology, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi , 1993 R2 Liptak B.G., Process Control : Instrument Engineers handbook, Butterworth Heinemann R3 Krishan Kant, Computer Based Industrial Control, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1997 R4 Stephanopoulos George, Chemical Process Control, Prentice Hall of India

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R5 Ogata K., Modern Control Engineering, Pearson Education Asia 4. Lecture No. 1,2 Course plan Learning Objective To appreciate the needs, objectives of process control Topics to be covered Basic Control loop, variables, requirements, aims, parameters, dynamics of the process Terms, concepts used in process dynamics Model of lumped and distributed parameter systems On-off, on-off with neutral zone Proportional, Integral, derivative, PI, PD, PID Effect on dynamic behavior of process with different controller modes in closed loop with Ziegler, Cohen-Coon, Integral performance Sampling and reconstruction, DDC structure, position & velocity algorithm Controller modes in Pneumatic controllers Controller modes in Hydraulic controllers Controller modes in Electronic controllers PLC vs relay Logic, PLC Reference T-CH1 R4(1.9)

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To understand the dynamics of processes To understand need and concept of mathematical modeling To understand different controller modes To understand different controller modes To learn dynamic behavior of feedback controlled systems

T-CH2 T-CH2

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T-CH3 , R4(9) T-CH3, R4(9) T-CH4, R4(14)

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To learn about controller tuning To learn about DDC loop

T-CH4, R4 T-CH5

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To realize controller modes in pneumatic controllers To realize controller modes in hydraulic controllers To realize controller modes in electronic controllers To learn the evolution,

T-CH6, R5 (4.3) T-CH6, R5 (4.4) T- CH7, R1(10.3) T-CH13,

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18,19,20 21 22,23 24,25 26,27 28 29,30,31 32

hardware of Programmable Logic Controllers To learn ladder diagram programming To learn application of AI techniques in process control To learn ES structure & Application To ANN concepts Learning algorithms Case studies To learn concept & applications of FLC To learn about different final control elements To understand P&I diagrams To understand complex control schemes To understand complex control schemes

vs PCs, hardware components Ladder diagram, selection of PLCs Role of AI ES structure, Design & Applications Neural networks structure, applications BPA, learning Examples, Matlab simulation Fuzzy controllers Functions of control valves, Types of control valves, actuators Draw P&I diagrams Cascade control , Ratio control, Feedforward, Adaptive control, Inferential, Model reference adaptive control, Self tuning regulator Override, Auctioneering, Split Range Design of cross controllers and selection of loops using RGA History, functional requirements, system architecture, configuration

R3(5),R2 T-CH13, R3(5),R2 T-CH14, R3(13),R2 T-CH15, R3(13) T-CH16, R3(18), R2 T-CH16, R3, R2 T-CH16 T-CH17, R3(13),R2 T-CH8

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T-CH9 T-CH10, R4(20, 21) T-CH10, R4 (21)

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To understand complex control schemes To understand interaction and decoupling of control loops To understand distributed digital control systems

T1-CH11, R4(22) T-CH12, R4(24) T-CH18, R3(6),R2

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5. Evaluation Scheme Component Evaluation Duration No. Component 1 Mid Test 90 min 2 4 5 QUIZES Assignments Comp. Exam

Marks 90 50 40 120

Date, Time & Venue 27/2 4:005:30 PM

Nature of component Closed +Open book Closed book Closed book + Open Book

3 hrs

7/5 AN

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Chamber Consultation Hour : Tues 5 PM Course Notices : Notices will be displayed on the Notice board of Instrumentation and on CMT

10 Make-up Examination : Make-up will be given on extremely genuine grounds only . Prior application and approval should be made for seeking the make-up examination

Instructor-in-charge INSTR C312

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