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INDUSTRIAL CONTROL HANDBOOK - TABLE OF CONTENTS

INDUSTRIAL CONTROL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 0 – INTRODUCTIONS

0.1 AUTOMATE, EMIGRATE, LEGISLATE, OR EVAPORATE

0.2 THE ENVIRONMENT FOR AUTOMATION

0.3 CONTROL OF AUTOMATION/PROCESS CONTROL

0.4 COMPONENTS IN AUTOMATION

0.5 INTERFACING AND SIGNAL CONDITIONING

0.6 SUMMARY

CHAPTER 1 - SENSORS

1.1 QUALITY OF SENSORS

1.2 SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS

1.3 POSITION SENSORS

1.4 VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION SENSORS

CHAPTER 2 - ACTUATORS

2.1 INTRODUCTION

2.2 SOLENOIDS AND TORQUE MOTORS

2.3 AIR-POWER ACTUATORS AND SOLENOID-ACTUATED VALVES

2.4 HYDRAULIC ACTUATORS AND VALVES

2.5 SPECIAL-PURPOSE ACTUATOR SYSTEMS

2.6 CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRIC MOTORS

2.7 THEORY OF OPERATION OF ELECTRIC MOTORS

2.8 TYPES OF ELECTRIC MOTORS

2.9 CONTROL OF MOTORS

CHAPTER 3 - INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC

3.1 OVERVIEW OF SCRS, TRIACS, AND TRANSISTORS IN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

3.2 SILICON CONTROLLED RECTIFIERS (SCRS)

3.3 TRIACS

3.4 POWER TRANSISTORS

3.5 INSULATED GATE BIPOLAR TRANSISTORS

3.6 JUNCTION FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR (J-FETS)

3.7 COMPARISON OF POWER SEMICONDUCTORS

3.8 OPTOISOIATORS AND OPTOINTERRUPTERS

CHAPTER 4 - MOTOR DRIVES

4.1 ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF DIRECT CURRENT MOTORS

4.2 ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF ALTERNATING CURRENT MOTORS

CHAPTER 5 - CONTROL COMPONENTS

5.1 COMPONENTS

5.2 LADDER DIAGRAMS

CHAPTER 6 - SEQUENTIAL LOGIC

6.1 DEVELOP A SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

6.2 LOGIC CONTINUED

6.3 DEVELOP A BILL OF MATERIALS

6.4 WIRING DIAGRAMS

CHAPTER 7 - PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS

7.1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS

7.2 PLC MEMORY STRUCTURE

7.3 PLC INSTRUCTION SET

CHAPTER 8 - COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS

8.1 CONTROLLERS: DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND ANALOG DEVICES

8.2 LEVELS OF CONTROL AND MAJOR COMPONENTS

8.3 DIGITAL COMPUTERS, THE HEART OF

CHAPTER 9 - COMPUTER INTERFACE

9.1 INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES FOR A MICROCOMPUTER

9.2 AN EXAMPLE OF A MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEM

CHAPTER 10 - REAL TIME CONTROL PLATFORM

10.1 GENERAL CONCEPTS ABOUT PROGRAMS

10.2 THE MANAGEMENT OF SYSTEM RESOURCES

10.3 MUTUAL EXCLUSION, CRITICAL REGIONS AND DEADLOCK

10.4 PROCESS SYNCHRONIZATION: SEMAPHORES AND EVENTS

10.5 PROCESS COMMUNICATION: MONITOR, MAILBOX, RENDEZVOUS

10.6 METHODS FOR REAL-TIME PROGRAMMING

CHAPTER 11 - SYSTEMS MODELLING

11.1 MODELS FOR CONTROL

11.2 ELEMENTARY ASPECTS OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS

11.3 CONTINUOUS TIME DYNAMIC SYSTEMS

11.4 DISCRETE TIME DYNAMIC SYSTEMS

11.5 SYSTEMS WITH UNCERTAINTY

11.6 SEQUENTIAL SYSTEMS

11.7 SUMMARY

CHAPTER 12 - SERVO CONTROL

12.1 CONTINUOUS VS TIME-DISCRETE CONTROLLERS

12.2 CONTINUOUS CONTROLLERS

12.3 ON/OFF CONTROL

12.4 CONTINUOUS PID CONTROLLERS

12.5 DISCRETIZATION OF THE PID CONTROLLER

12.6 THE PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONTROLLER

12.7 CONTROL STRUCTURES BASED ON SIMPLE CONTROLLERS

12.8 PERFORMANCE LIMITS FOR PID CONTROLLERS

12.9 A GENERAL DISCRETE CONTROLLER

12.10 STATE FEEDBACK

12.11 SUMMARY


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