Course
code EE512
credit_hours 3
title Automated Industrial Systems (1)
arbic title
prequisites EE411 OR EE419
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes Basics of information and communication technology (ICT). Principles of design including elements design, process and/or a system related to specific disciplines. Methodologies of solving engineering problems, data collection and interpretation. Current engineering technologies as related to disciplines. Contemporary engineering topics. Principles of operation and performance specifications of electrical and electromechanical engineering systems. Logic circuits. Analysis, design and implementation of various methods of control using analogue and digital control systems. Applications of industrial automated systems for electrical and control engineering. Formulate the problem, realizing the requirements and identifying the constraints.
arabic Describtion/Outcomes
objectives Investigate the different topics and structures of automated systems. Understanding relay logic circuits and industrial motor control center. Provide the basics of programmable logic controllers. Study behavior of PLC in industrial applications.
arabic objectives
ref. books John W.Webb, “Programmable logic controllers, Principles and applications”, 2nd Edition, 1992. E.A. Parr, “Programmable Controllers – An Engineer’s Guide”, Newness Heinman Butterworth.
arabic ref. books
textbook J.R.Hackworth and F.D.Hackworth, " Programmable logic controllers, programming methods and applications", prentice hall, 2004.
arabic textbook
objective set
content set
course file 45_EE512_EE 512.pdf
Course Content
content serial describtion
1 Introduction to Automation.
2 Building blocks of automation.
3 Motor Control Center (MCC).
4 Relay logic.
5 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) hardware.
6 PLC Programming Languages.
7 7th week exam + Programming With Logic Functions.
8 Timers Operation.
9 Counters Operation.
10 Advanced programming techniques.
11 Control Application Examples.
12 12th week exam + Industrial Application Examples.
13 Practical Case Studies.
14 Application project.
15 Advanced PLC And Automated Systems.
16 Final Exam.