PLC, SCADA & Industrial Automation

390 hours Training & Learning on “PLC Automation Designing & Development”

For: - B. E. /B. Tech. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year students and M.E./M.Tech., PHD Candidates

Topic Cover:-

During this training we cover following topics with practical hands-on:

» Module 1: IE (Industrial Engineering)

  • History of industrial process control
  • Types & criteria of machinery used in process control
  • Types and working of machinery in industrial level
  • Work flow in any production unit
  • Factor affecting the industrial work flow
  • Flow chart & industrial hierarchy
  • Representation of industrial machinery

» Module 2: Industrial Control Unit

  • History of controllers
  • Use of control system in industries
  • Requirement of controllers
  • Types of controller
  • Working principal of controllers
  • Calibration and adjustment of controllers
  • Wiring concept of controllers
  • Protection and shielding of controllers
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic controllers

» Module 3: Industrial Power Unit

  • Types of power system
  • Control & operation of power unit
  • Factors effecting the power transmission
  • Single phase and three phase system
  • Power unit controllers
  • Safety and precaution in high voltage
  • Current and voltage transmission
  • Power conversation according to machinery
  • Power ratings of different types of industrial equipment

Module 4: AC/DC supply

  • Concept of AC
  • Concept of DC
  • Analysis of AC current
  • Analysis of DC current
  • Controlling of AC and DC current
  • Exposer of AC/DC in industrial level

» Module 5: Measuring & Sensing Devices

  • Basic measurement concept
  • Basics fundamental of sensor
  • Types of sensing devices
  • Calibration of measurement
  • Use of sensors in field
  • Remote measurement
  • Calculation & conversion of measurement

» Module 6: Input Output Devices & Types

  • Introduction to I/O devices
  • I/O using switch
  • Remote location I/O
  • Input through sensing devices
  • Channels used in I/O communication
  • Data Transmission & types of I/O

» Module 7: Sensing Elements

  • Introduction to sensors
  • History of sensors
  • Working principals of sensors
  • Types of sensors
  • Use of sensors
  • Transducers
  • Types of transducers
  • Controlling through sensors and transducers
  • Industrial use of sensors
  • Range of sensors

» Module 8: Fundamental Control Logic

  • Introduction to control logic
  • Basics of control & power
  • Types of control logic
  • Equipment used in control logic
  • Wire logic
  • Switch logic
  • Relay logic
  • Using sensors with relay
  • Field control

» Module 9: Switch, Wire & Relay Logic

  • Introduction to switch logic
  • Basics of control using switch
  • Types of wire and switch logic
  • Equipment used in  logic
  • Types of relay
  • Working of relay
  • Implementation of relay for control circuits

» Module 10: Digital Controllers

  • Evolution of digital controllers
  • Types of digital controllers
  • Working of digital controllers
  • PID controllers
  • Hydraulic controllers
  • Pneumatic controllers
  • Merits and demerits of these controller
  • Temperature controllers
  • Motion control
  • Flow control
  • Pressure control

» Module 11: Digital Logic

  • Number system and codes
  • Use of digital electronics in controller
  • Basic gates and registers
  • Building of circuit using gates
  • Solving and making of digital logics
  • Increasing circuit efficiency and reducing redundancy
  • Constructing control logic using digital logic
  • Importance of digital logic in industrial level

» Module 12: Industrial Automation

  • Introduction of automation
  • History of automation
  • Types of automation
  • Tools of automation
  • Importance of automation
  • Automation with sensors & transducers

» Module 13: PLC (Programmable Logic Controller)

  • Introduction to modern automation
  • Modern automation techniques
  • History of automation
  • Industrialization of automation techniques
  • Types of automation
  • Different automation tools
  • Plc hardware and Architecture
  • Plc system layout
  • Concept of plc
  • Use of plc
  • Types of plc
  • Plc as a relay replacer
  • PLC as a automation tool
  • Installation of plc
  • Maintenance of plc

» Module 14: PLC Fundamentals

  • Plc basics
  • Plc as a controller
  • Control system of plc
  • Plc start up and checking procedures
  • Plc requirements
  • Benefits of plc
  • Types of controlling done by plc
  • Overview of plc design and logic
  • Advantages of plc

» Module 15: PLC Input Output

  • Types of input output in plc
  • Sourcing and sinking concept
  • Industrial control VS plc
  • I/O interaction and interfacing
  • I/O handling and representation
  • Special function I/O
  • I/O BUS network

» Module 16: PLC PROGRAMMING

  • Introduction to the programming language
  • Introduction to the programming software
  • Software requirement of plc
  • Types of programming
  • IEC 1131-3 standard programming language
  • Program scan cycle

» Module 17: Ladder Logic Programming

  • Introduction with ladder logic concept
  • Tools in ladder logic programming
  • Ladder diagram format
  • Ladder relay instruction
  • Ladder relay programming

» Module 18: PLC Memory Unit

  •  Memory unit of plc
  • Types of memory in plc
  • Memory interfacing with input output
  • Memory allotment to I/O
  • Memory system communication
  • Difference between internal and external memory
  • Memory requirement and fulfillment of plc
  • Bits, bytes & word concept
  • ASCII codes conversion

» Module 19: PLC Initial Programming Tools

  • Programming basics and rules
  • Software tools for programming
  • Starting with NO/NC concept
  • Making logic using NO/NC
  • Solving  NO/NC logic using digital electronic
  • Digital GATE’s in programming
  • Input output latching unlatching
  • Holding circuits
  • Binary concept
  • Circuit true false concept
  • Text programming
  • Block programming

» Module 20: Timer

  • Introduction of timer
  • Types of timer
  • Types of timer bits
  • Working of timer in plc
  • Benefits of timer in programming tools
  • Solving Logic using timer tools
  • Timing architecture of timing diagram
  • Industrial use of timer
  • Trigging and stopping through timers
  • Reciprocating timers

» Module 21: COUNTERS

  • Introduction of counters
  • Use of counters
  • Types of counters
  • Cascading of counters
  • Solving logic using counter
  • Bits of counters
  • Reciprocating counters
  • Concept of counters
  • Scan time of counters
  • Counter timer logic and control
  • Pulse generator using counters

» Module 22:  Advance Instruction

  • Use of advance instruction
  • Types of advance instruction
  • Solving logic using advance instruction and timer counter
  • Math function
  • Compare function
  • Logical function
  • Masking concept

» Module 23: Data and Control Instruction

  • Types of data instruction
  • Types of control instruction
  • Use of data and control instruction
  • Data transfer
  • Move logical, file shift, program control instruction
  • Practice of task using these instruction
  • Fault finding and diagnostic of plc
  • Error detecting and error correcting techniques
  • Troubleshooting in plc

» Module 24: PLC Communication

  • Plc communication with programming software
  • Configuring communication drivers
  • Communication with excel and other software
  • Importing and exporting data sheet of plc
  • Plc data highway architecture
  • Transmission media of plc
  • Automation protocols
  • Network switching of plc
  • Topologies of plc
  • Plc network configuration

» Module 25: SCADA Course Contents

  • Introduction to SCADA Software
  • Creating new SCADA project
  • Creating & editing elementary graphic display
  • Attaching controls to graphic objects
  • Real time & historical trends
  • Using alarms & events
  • Application of scripts
  • Communication with excel
  • Net DDE Communication
  • Fault finding / troubleshooting

» Module 26: Motion Control (Drives & Motors)

  • AC motors, operations & Limitations
  • Motor Starters : DOL, Star-Delta, Auto Transformer
  • Motor control circuits, interlocking circuits
  • Introduction to AC drives & applications
  • Criteria for drives selection
  • Parameter Programming
  • Designing of drive control panel
  • Communication with PLC, SCADA Software
  • Fault finding / troubleshooting
  • Soft starters & their advantages over conventional starters.
  • Evolution of VFD Control
  • Modern Types of Variable Frequency Drives (VFD)
  • Uses of Variable Frequency Drives
  • Parts and Operation of a VFD
  • Identify & Test Major Drive Components
  • Selection of the drives for particular application
  • Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings Specifications
  • Parameterization of different motor parameter for drives
  • Parameter reading
  • Drive parameter setup and monitoring through scada and HMI
  • Setting up advance parameter for required operation
  • Speed / torque control, Types of braking, ramp selection, jog/inch
  • Preset speed selection, RPM.
  • Auto and Manual operation of Variable Speed Drives.
  • Examination of Motor Nameplates and NEMA Designations
  • Anatomy of a Motor
  • Effects VFDs on Motor Operation and Life Expectancy
  • VFD Controller
  • VFD Installation
  • VFD Start-up
  • Soft Starters Properly Matching A Drive to A Machine
  • Rated RPM of the motor connected to the VFD
  • Communication with PLC, MMI Software
  • Communication with SCADA
  • DH485 channel communication
  • Digital controlling
  • Pin wiring
  • Fault relay wiring
  • Sink-source concept and wiring in drive
  • Fault Troubleshooting.
  • Drive connections and inputs and outputs
  • Drive commissioning, feedback, references & logic.
  • Monitoring and configuring the drive with keypad.
  • Configuring and monitoring the drive using Lite.
  • Tuning of the current and speed loop.
  •  Program & Adjust the Drive for Desired Operation
  • Programming exercises.
  • Different motor operation.
  • Star and delta connection of 3 phase motor.
  • Torque Characteristics of Motors Operated on VFDs

» Module 27: Panel Designing & AutoCAD

  • Introduction to switch gears & accessories
  • Basics of control & power drawings
  • General protection involved in panel
  • Load management (connected load, running load, load factor)
  • Indications (Ammeter, Volt Meter, PF & K W Meter etc.)
  • Preparation of general arrangement diagrams, busbar sizing
  • Preparation of power & control circuits
  • General wiring guidelines / practices/
  • Electrical protection
  • Maintenance & troubleshooting of control circuits in live panels
  •   Designing Power & Control Drawings through AutoCAD

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Module 28: Process Instrumentation

  • Various transmitters / sensors used in industrial applications
  • Position sensor : Photo electric, proximity sensor, encoder) working principle, types selection guidelines
  • Flow measurement, working principle, types, selection guidelines
  • Pressure measurement, working principle, types, selection guidelines
  • Load measurement, load cells
  • Level measurement, working principle, types, selection guidelines
  • Solenoid valves, control valves, smart transmitters
  • Instrument transformers (CT,VT)
  • Process control basics, closed & open loop control
  • Process controllers (on-off, proportional, PID)

» Module 29: Distributed Control System

  • Introduction to DCS
  • DCS applications
  • Hardware: processor, I/O modules, communications, bus redundancy etc.
  • Application difference between PLC & DCS
  • Hands-on practical on DCS Systems

» Module 30: Industrial Networking

  • Different Network Topologies & their importance
  • Training on Nodes, Ports, Drivers, Hardware
  • DH-485, Ethernet, Device Net, Control Net, Modbus, Profibus
  • Hands-on practical on Networking of PLC.
  • Wireless signal transmission and resepction

» Module 31: Soft Skill Development

  • How to get interviewed
  • How to develop Positive Attitude
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Effective Communication
  • Team Management
  • Stress Management

Assignments & PLC Projects:

  • Input & Output Checking
  • Inverted Input & Output
  • Switching of Light
  • Simple Timer Controlled Function
  • One Input – Several Outputs
  • Several Input- One Output
  • Pattern Generation by Shift Register
  • Party Lighting System or Pattern Generation
  • Single Lane Traffic Light Controlling: Green, Yellow & Red
  • Two Lane Traffic Light Controller with only one input
  • Motor Controlling with same Input
  • Alarm/Bell Ringing in school, colleges, industries etc
  • Controlling two devices with same Push Button (Input)
  • Manual Shutter or Gate open-close
  • Manual + Automatic: Industrial Gate Controlling
  • Automatic Irrigation or water flow controlling
  • Bit controlling of Registers
  • Elevator Project
  • Conveyor Belt Project
  • Object Counter Project
  • Analog Sensor Interfacing
  • Temperature Control System
  • Automatic Water Filling System

For Students:

1 Day Industrial Visit.

PLC Setup is available for Project Demonstration in College.

Full Study Material containing:

  • Software
  • Data Sheet
  • Report Matter
  • Course Layout
  • Project Coverage

Publication:

  1. During training period every participant should have to publish at least one paper in an International Conference. Participant will get full assistance in writing of that paper.
  2. Without publication or acceptance of paper in conference, we will not going to issue training certificate to participant.