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Workshop on Industrial Automation PLC & SCADA

MAIN OBJECTIVE:
The main objective of this WORKSHOP is to make the aspiring engineers acquainted with the conceptua as we as practica know edge of the !ndustria "utomation # atest techno ogies being used to achieve industria automation$ The idea of organi%ing this workshop is to incu cate the basic fundamenta s of automation in the students and provide them with a p atform to work on& !n The 'ear (uture$ The )ost *sed +uiding (orce ,ehind "n "utomated !ndustria P ant !s " -Programmab e .ogic /ontro er0 +enera 1 Known "s " P./$ P./s " ong With /ertain Other 'ecessar1 !ngredients .ike Sensors& )otors& "ctuators& 2a ves& /onve1ors& ,oi ers& S/"3" S1stems& /omputers # )an1 )ore& )akes " Rea "utomated )anufacturing P ant$

What is Industrial Automation?


Automation is basically the delegation of human control function to technical equipment. It is the use of control systems such as computers, PLCs, Microcontrollers to control machinery and processes to reduce the need for human sensory and mental requirements as well. Industrial Automation i.e. to "Automate Industry" is the basic need of almost e ery type of manufacturing and production unit today. !ood" #e erage, Metal, Mining, Power, $e%tile, Petrochemical, Machine Manufacturing, Automobile etc are the few e%amples where we see the automation today.

Why We Need Industrial Automation?


&. $o increase producti ity '. $o reduce labor cost (. $o mitigate the effects of labor shortages ). $o reduce or remo e routine manual and clerical tas*s +. $o impro e wor*er safety ,. ,. $o impro e product quality -. $o reduce manufacturing lead time .. $o accomplish what cannot be done manually /. $o a oid the high cost of not automating

Scope for Automation Engineers


As per an analysis by 0epartment of 1mall 1cale Industrial 0e elopment, in I20IA only )3 to +3 percent industrial Plants are using one or another type of Automation. $here are ery less fully automated industries in I20IA. #ut to compete the real global needs, to produce the best quality products 4 to deli er the orders at right time with right cost companies are now automating there plants. $rend of automating an industrial plant is increasing at a rapid rate. 5ight now there is a big gap between the need and the real number of automation engineers Automation Growth Indian automation industry is estimated at about Rs 10,000-crore and is only growing at a fast pace as much as 25 per cent per annum. he total automation and control solutions mar!et in India "hich generated #$%1&52.' million as re(enues in 2011, is e)pected to generate #$%20**.& +illion in 2015, with -ompound .nnual /rowth Rate 0-./R1 of 11.& percent

Topics to Cover in Each Session


Session456 Presentation on Recent Trends in !ndustria "utomation # P./4S/"3"
1. Introduction to Automation 2. Why We Need Automation 3. Where Automation Use? 4. Evolution in Industrial Automation (A Brie !istory" #. $i erent %y&e o Industrial 'ontrol (echanisms ). Automation *rocess +lo, -. Introduction to *.'s /. 0'A$A Introduction1 Its Need 2. !(I Introduction 1 Its Need 13. (otor $rives Introduction 1 %heir Need 11. 0ensors Introduction 1 %heir Need 12. Area o A&&lications

Session 476 S/"3" Programming concept


1. Introduction to 0'A$A 2. Introduction to Wonder,are In touch. 3. Elements o 0'A$A 4. 0election o 0'A$A #. +unction o Elements o 0'A$A. ). *ro4ram Al4orithm or 0'A$A A&&lication

Session 486 P./ !9Os ,asics& ,urning # !nterfacing /oncepts


Introduction to Allen Bradley *.'. 2. Brie $escri&tion to In&ut5 6ut&ut *ins o (icrolo4i781333
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3. .adder $ia4ram Basics 4. Introduction to 90 .o4i7. #. $o,nloadin4 a .adder &ro4ram in *.' usin4 90 .in7. ). !o, to ta:e In&ut rom *anel -. !o, to 4ive out&ut to *anel /. 9unnin4 irst *.' a&&lication

Session 4:6 /ommunication /oncept ,etween S/"3" and P./


1. Introduction to 'ommunication 2. !o, *rocess is control throu4h 0'A$A. 3. .earn communication. 4. *ractical *rototy&e model $emo &rocess throu4h 0'A$A and *.'.

Resources and other things provided by A Controls


$urin4 this ,or:sho& all the re;uired !ard,are and 0o t,are related resources ,ill <e &rovided <y A* 'ontrols. %hese resources includes the ollo,in4 thin4s 1. Basic *.' (odule *anels or (icrolo4i781333 2. $emo Automation *ro=ect (odel. 3. 90 .o4i7 or (icrolo4i781333 4. 90 .in7 or *ro4ram Burnin4 #. Wonder,are In touch or 0'A$A

Resources re!uired from the "rgani#ation or Institution


+ollo,in4 resources are re;uired rom the or4ani>ation or the Institute to conduct this ,or:sho& module. 1. A ,ell e;ui&&ed *' la< ,ith ,indo,s8?* installed 2. .a< attendant or assistants 3. *ro=ector@ Blac:8Board and other communicational and interactional resources. 4. .etter o a&&roval or the ,or:sho& rom the concerned authority. #. .etter o a&&reciation or a certi icate rom the colle4e at the end o the ,or:s

Certification olicy$

'erti icate o (erit or all the ,or:sho& &artici&ants rom AA ControlsB. At the end o this ,or:sho&@ a small com&etition ,ill <e or4ani>ed amon4 the &artici&atin4 students and ,inners ,ill <e a,arded ,ith a ;/ertificate of <=ce ence;. 'erti icate o 'oordination or the coordinators o the cam&us ,or:sho&s.

%uration$

%he duration o this ,or:sho& ,ill <e 253 consecutive days@ ,ith )5- hour session each day in a total o si7teen hours &ro&erly divided into theory and hands on sessions.

&ees$
9s. -3358 (inclusive o all %a7es" &er &artici&ant. (in re;uirement833843 student@ C %his ee include session(184" ,or:sho& trainin4@ study material@ 0o t,are '$@ certi ication@ 4overnment ta7es and other human resources char4es. 9s. #3358 (inclusive o all %a7es" &er &artici&ant. (in re;uirement833843 student@ C %his ee include session(183" ,or:sho& trainin4@ 0o t,are '$@ certi ication@ 4overnment ta7es and other human resources char4es.

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