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Course Synopsis

This course will expose to the students about the properties and applications of concept of automation in industry, industrial automation tool, open and closedloop process control systems and distinguish between their dynamics, principles of stability, disturbance rejection and robustness of control systems to process variations. The course also provides the student with basic skills useful in identifying the concepts of automated in machines and equipment and describe the terms and phrases associated with industrial automation. This course cover topics related to control pressure, level, temperature, flow and automation in the process industry. These include a study on industrial sensors and actuators, industrial controllers such as computer-based control. The control strategies for specific process applications and the applications of PLC’s to industrial processes and design PLC programs to solve sequential control problems are also provide in this course.


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