Download or read online books in PDF, EPUB and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

Industrial Automation Hands On

Industrial Automation  Hands On Author Frank Lamb
ISBN-10 9780071816472
Release 2013-07-22
Pages 368
Download Link Click Here

A practical guide to industrial automation concepts, terminology, and applications Industrial Automation: Hands-On is a single source of essential information for those involved in the design and use of automated machinery. The book emphasizes control systems and offers full coverage of other relevant topics, including machine building, mechanical engineering and devices, manufacturing business systems, and job functions in an industrial environment. Detailed charts and tables serve as handy design aids. This is an invaluable reference for novices and seasoned automation professionals alike. COVERAGE INCLUDES: * Automation and manufacturing * Key concepts used in automation, controls, machinery design, and documentation * Components and hardware * Machine systems * Process systems and automated machinery * Software * Occupations and trades * Industrial and factory business systems, including Lean manufacturing * Machine and system design * Applications



Handbook Of Industrial Automation

Handbook Of Industrial Automation Author Richard Shell
ISBN-10 0203908589
Release 2000-08-29
Pages 904
Download Link Click Here

Supplies the most essential concepts and methods necessary to capitalize on the innovations of industrial automation, including mathematical fundamentals, ergonometrics, industrial robotics, government safety regulations, and economic analyses.



Forces of Production

Forces of Production Author David Noble
ISBN-10 9781351519601
Release 2017-07-12
Pages 427
Download Link Click Here

Focusing on the design and implementation of computer-based automatic machine tools, David F. Noble challenges the idea that technology has a life of its own. Technology has been both a convenient scapegoat and a universal solution, serving to disarm critics, divert attention, depoliticize debate, and dismiss discussion of the fundamental antagonisms and inequalities that continue to beset America. This provocative study of the postwar automation of the American metal-working industry—the heart of a modern industrial economy—explains how dominant institutions like the great corporations, the universities, and the military, along with the ideology of modern engineering shape, the development of technology. Noble shows how the system of "numerical control," perfected at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and put into general industrial use, was chosen over competing systems for reasons other than the technical and economic superiority typically advanced by its promoters. Numerical control took shape at an MIT laboratory rather than in a manufacturing setting, and a market for the new technology was created, not by cost-minded producers, but instead by the U. S. Air Force. Competing methods, equally promising, were rejected because they left control of production in the hands of skilled workers, rather than in those of management or programmers. Noble demonstrates that engineering design is influenced by political, economic, managerial, and sociological considerations, while the deployment of equipment—illustrated by a detailed case history of a large General Electric plant in Massachusetts—can become entangled with such matters as labor classification, shop organization, managerial responsibility, and patterns of authority. In its examination of technology as a human, social process, Forces of Production is a path-breaking contribution to the understanding of this phenomenon in American society.



Standard Handbook of Industrial Automation

Standard Handbook of Industrial Automation Author Douglas M. Considine
ISBN-10 9781461319634
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 460
Download Link Click Here

The authors and editors of this Handbook have attempted to fill a serious gap in the professional literature on industrial automation. Much past attention has been directed to the general concepts and philosophy of automation as a way to convince owners and managers of manufacturing facilities that automation is indeed one of the few avenues available to increase productivity and improve competitive position. Seventy-three contributors share their knowledge in this Handbook. Less attention has been given to the "What" and "How" of automation. To the extent feasible and practical within the confines of the pages allowed, this Handbook concentrates on the implementation of automation. Once the "Go" signal has been given by management, concrete details-not broad definitions and philosophical discussions-are required. To be found in this distinctly different book in the field are detailed parameters for designing and specifying equipment, the options available with an evaluation of their relative advantages and limitations, and insights for engineers and production managers on the operation and capabilities of present-generation automation system components, subsystems, and total systems. In a number of instances, the logical extension of current technology into the future is given. A total of 445 diagrams and photos and 57 tables augments detailed discussions. In addition to its use as a ready reference for technical and management personnel, the book has wide potential for training and group discussions at the college and university level and for special education programs as may be provided by consultants or by "in-house" training personnel.



Introduction to Industrial Automation

Introduction to Industrial Automation Author Stamatios Manesis
ISBN-10 9781351069076
Release 2018-03-29
Pages 441
Download Link Click Here

This book provides an extended overview and fundamental knowledge in industrial automation, while building the necessary knowledge level for further specialization in advanced concepts of industrial automation. It covers a number of central concepts of industrial automation, such as basic automation elements, hardware components for automation and process control, the latch principle, industrial automation synthesis, logical design for automation, electropneumatic automation, industrial networks, basic programming in PLC, and PID in the industry.



Model based Safety Assessment of Industrial Automation Systems Using IEC 61499

Model based Safety Assessment of Industrial Automation Systems Using IEC 61499 Author Zeeshan Ejaz Bhatti
ISBN-10 OCLC:1002047733
Release 2017
Pages 219
Download Link Click Here

Industrial automation systems are complex control systems that perform control and automation of hazardous plants. Safety of such systems is of paramount importance and may even be mandated by law. Safety-related systems may be required to demonstrate conformance to an applicable functional safety standards to assure safety and demonstrate the that these systems mitigate the risk to human lives, as much as reasonably possible. IEC 61508 is a standard of functional safety for generic electric, electronic, and programmable electronic (E/E/PE) systems and is used as the principal guide in this thesis. IEC 61508 adopts a two-pronged approach for addressing random failures in the hardware and systematic errors in the software. Random failures are addressed using quantitative techniques for reliability analysis e.g., reliability block diagrams and Markov analysis, and by computing the safe failure fraction to establish a confidence level. Systematic errors, on the other hand, are avoided by following quality assurance recommendations and qualitative validation techniques. However, this segregated application of quantitative and qualitative approaches is inadequate for addressing complexities introduced by software-intensive control systems. Furthermore, the manual application of traditional safety analysis techniques is tedious, error-prone, and largely dependent on practitioners' skills. In order to ameliorate these problems, a model-driven approach towards safety analysis named, model-based safety assessment (MBSA) was proposed, which has gained significant interest in academia and industry in the recent years. MBSA approaches use system models for the purpose of safety analysis such as extracting fault trees, performing quantitative analysis, or discovering a critical sequence of errors that may cause system failures. MBSA can be performed on either by using dedicated safety models or by using system development models. The latter approach allows seamless integration with model-driven development (MDD), which is the state-of-the-art for design, implementation and validation of control and automation systems. In MDD, high-level system models are constructed that are iteratively refined by adding details until an implementation of the system software can be automatically extracted from the development models using automatic code generation. One such approach for implementing industrial control systems uses IEC 61499, which is an open standard for implementing industrial process controller and measurement systems. It proposes various design artefacts e.g., basic and composite function blocks and enables a component-oriented design approach for implementing complex behaviours i.e., by connecting function blocks to form function block networks. A popular design pattern for the development of IEC 61499 based systems suggests the implementation of two separate tiers called plant-model and controller. The plantmodel mimics the expected behaviour of the plant and the controller implements the automation logic. When connected in a closed-loop, the overall system model is formed that is used for various verification and validation activities such as formal verification, testing, simulation. Such analyses are well-suited for safety-critical systems and help to avoid systematic errors. However, plant-models are also susceptible to random errors, which cannot be analysed by using qualitative techniques alone. Unfortunately, all existing validation and verification techniques available for IEC 61499 based systems are qualitative in nature, which cannot be used for the purpose of quantitative risk assessment. This calls for developing an approach for the quantitative safety assessment of IEC 61499 based systems. In this thesis, we present an MBSA approach for quantitative risk assessment of industrial automation systems using IEC 61499. The presented approach proposes a novel structure named stochastic function block for modelling stochastic aspects of random failures and environmental non-determinism in the plant-model. The controller, on the other hand, is developed using standard IEC 61499 function blocks. The overall system model is transformed into Markov decision processes in the Prism language for probabilistic verification using the Prism model checker. This enables quantitative analysis of the system behaviour presuming software behaviour under random errors of the plant. The controller is eventually used for automatic code generation and deployment onto the physical plant. Use of standard function blocks for the controller renders the proposed technique complaint to the IEC 61499 standard and permit seamless integration into the MDD activities. The key contributions of the presented work are as following. 1) A novel structure based on IEC 61499 basic function blocks named stochastic function block. This structure is used for representing the random errors in the plant model and environmental non-determinism. 2) A rule-based transformation from IEC 61499 function blocks to Prism model that preserves the adopted synchronous execution semantics. The generated Prism model is a Markov decision process that represents the probabilistic and non-deterministic aspects of the system due to its random errors. 3) A scalable MBSA approach for a unified qualitative and quantitative analysis, which is useful in the early design validation and managing modifications in system design. 4) An MDE tool-chain named BlokIDE, which provides support for the proposed stochastic function blocks and automatic translation to the Prism language. This enables stochastic error modelling and integration with the Prism model checker for the purpose of proposed MBSA approach. 5) A proposal for conforming to IEC 61508 requirements using IEC 61499 modelbased approach, showing various specification and design various stages of the V-Model. To the best of our knowledge, the proposed approach is the very first attempt for providing a model-based safety assessment approach for industrial automation systems using IEC 61499 along with a comprehensive tool-chain.



Computer Automation in Manufacturing

Computer Automation in Manufacturing Author Thomas O. Boucher
ISBN-10 9781461520450
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 375
Download Link Click Here

o Computer Automation in Manufacturing provide instruction in computer architecture, interfacing to mechanical systems, and software development for continuous control and discrete event systems. This is accomplished by presenting theoretical material and hands-on laboratory experiments.



Industrial Automation

Industrial Automation Author David W. Pessen
ISBN-10 0471600717
Release 1989
Pages 507
Download Link Click Here

The first book to combine all of the various topics relevant to low-cost automation. Practical approach covers methods immediately applicable to industrial problems, showing how to select the most appropriate control method for a given application, then design the necessary circuit. Focuses on the control circuits and devices (electronic, electro-mechanical, or pneumatic) used in small- to mid-size systems. Stress is on on-off (binary) control as opposed to continuous feedback (analog) control. Discusses well-known procedures and their modifications, and a number of original techniques and circuit design methods. Covers ``flexible automation,'' including the use of microcomputers.



Industrial Automation

Industrial Automation Author
ISBN-10 9788740300048
Release
Pages
Download Link Click Here

Industrial Automation has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Industrial Automation also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Industrial Automation book for free.



Plug and Play Monitoring and Performance Optimization for Industrial Automation Processes

Plug and Play Monitoring and Performance Optimization for Industrial Automation Processes Author Hao Luo
ISBN-10 9783658159283
Release 2016-10-07
Pages 149
Download Link Click Here

Dr.-Ing. Hao Luo demonstrates the developments of advanced plug-and-play (PnP) process monitoring and control systems for industrial automation processes. With aid of the so-called Youla parameterization, a novel PnP process monitoring and control architecture (PnP-PMCA) with modularized components is proposed. To validate the developments, a case study on an industrial rolling mill benchmark is performed, and the real-time implementation on a laboratory brushless DC motor is presented.



Robotics and manufacturing automation

Robotics and manufacturing automation Author Max Donath
ISBN-10 UOM:39015009841621
Release 1985
Pages 299
Download Link Click Here

Robotics and manufacturing automation has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Robotics and manufacturing automation also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Robotics and manufacturing automation book for free.



Industrial Automation and Robotics

Industrial Automation and Robotics Author A. K. Gupta
ISBN-10 9788131805923
Release 2009
Pages 405
Download Link Click Here

Industrial Automation and Robotics has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Industrial Automation and Robotics also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Industrial Automation and Robotics book for free.



Distributed Computer Control Systems in Industrial Automation

Distributed Computer Control Systems in Industrial Automation Author Dobrivojie Popovic
ISBN-10 082478118X
Release 1990-03-30
Pages 728
Download Link Click Here

A reference guide for professionals or text for graduate and postgraduate students, this volume emphasizes practical designs and applications of distributed computer control systems. It demonstrates how to improve plant productivity, enhance product quality, and increase the safety, reliability, and



The Handbook of Office Automation

The Handbook of Office Automation Author Ralph T. Reilly
ISBN-10 9780595306909
Release 2004-02-01
Pages 92
Download Link Click Here

The Handbook of Office Automation is an invaluable resource for the information systems and project design professional. Author Dr. R. Reilly brings over twenty years of both academic and industrial experience in project design and implementation to the reader in clear easy to understand language.



The Industrial Electronics Handbook

The Industrial Electronics Handbook Author J. David Irwin
ISBN-10 0849383439
Release 1997-05-09
Pages 1728
Download Link Click Here

From traditional topics that form the core of industrial electronics, to new and emerging concepts and technologies, The Industrial Electronics Handbook, in a single volume, has the field covered. Nowhere else will you find so much information on so many major topics in the field. For facts you need every day, and for discussions on topics you have only dreamed of, The Industrial Electronics Handbook is an ideal reference.



Integration Technologies for Industrial Automated Systems

Integration Technologies for Industrial Automated Systems Author Richard Zurawski
ISBN-10 9781420009040
Release 2016-04-19
Pages 600
Download Link Click Here

If there exists a single term that summarizes the key to success in modern industrial automation, the obvious choice would be integration. Integration is critical to aligning all levels of an industrial enterprise and to optimizing each stratum in the hierarchy. While many books focus on the technological components of enterprise information systems, Integration Technologies for Industrial Automated Systems is the first book to present a comprehensive picture of the technologies, methodologies, and knowledge used to integrate seamlessly the various technologies underlying modern industrial automation and information systems. In chapters drawn from two of Zurawski's popular works, The Industrial Communication Technology Handbook and The Industrial Information Technology Handbook, this practical guide offers tutorials, surveys, and technology overviews contributed by experts from leading industrial and research institutions from around the world. The book is organized into sections for cohesive and comprehensive treatment. It examines e-technologies, software and IT technologies, communication network-based technologies, agent-based technologies, and security in detail as well as their role in the integration of industrial automated systems. For each of these areas, the contributors discuss emerging trends, novel solutions, and relevant standards. Charting the course toward more responsive and agile enterprise, Integration Technologies for Industrial Automated Systems gives you the tools to make better decisions and develop more integrated systems.



Industrial Agents

Industrial Agents Author Paulo Leitão
ISBN-10 9780128004111
Release 2015-03-13
Pages 476
Download Link Click Here

Industrial Agents explains how multi-agent systems improve collaborative networks to offer dynamic service changes, customization, improved quality and reliability, and flexible infrastructure. Learn how these platforms can offer distributed intelligent management and control functions with communication, cooperation and synchronization capabilities, and also provide for the behavior specifications of the smart components of the system. The book offers not only an introduction to industrial agents, but also clarifies and positions the vision, on-going efforts, example applications, assessment and roadmap applicable to multiple industries. This edited work is guided and co-authored by leaders of the IEEE Technical Committee on Industrial Agents who represent both academic and industry perspectives and share the latest research along with their hands-on experiences prototyping and deploying industrial agents in industrial scenarios. Learn how new scientific approaches and technologies aggregate resources such next generation intelligent systems, manual workplaces and information and material flow system Gain insight from experts presenting the latest academic and industry research on multi-agent systems Explore multiple case studies and example applications showing industrial agents in a variety of scenarios Understand implementations across the enterprise, from low-level control systems to autonomous and collaborative management units