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IDC Technologies: Industrial Automation

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IDC Technologies: Industrial Automation

IDC Technologies: Industrial Automation
BoBoCoAe, IDC Engineers & Ventus Publishing ApS | 2012 | ISBN: 740300048 9788740300048 | 205 pages | PDF | 13 MB

This book delivers a critical blend of knowledge and skills, covering technology in control and instrumentation, industry analysis and forecasts, leadership and management - everything that is relevant to a modern control and instrumentation engineer. Good management, financial and business skills are also provided in these chapters. These highly practical materials provide you with solid skills in this often neglected area for control and instrumentation engineers.

Industrial Automation is a discipline that includes knowledge and expertise from various branches of engineering including electrical, electronics, chemical, mechanical, communications and more recently computer and software engineering. Automation & Control by its very nature demands a cross fertilization of these faculties.
Industrial Automation Engineers have always drawn new technologies and implemented original or enhanced versions to meet their requirements. As the range of technology diversifies the demand on the innovative ability of these Engineers has increased.

Contents
Preface
1 Introduction
2 I&C Drawings and Documentation
2.1 Introduction to Plant Design
2.2 Process diagrams
2.3 Instrumentation documentation
2.4 Electrical documentation
3 Process control
3.1 Basic Control Concepts
3.2 Principles of Control Systems
3.3 Control modes in closed loop control
3.4 Tuning of Closed Loop Control
3.5 Cascade Control
3.6 Initialization of a cascade system
3.7 Feed forward Control
3.8 Manual feedforward control
3.9 Automatic feedforward
3.10 Time matching as feedforward control
3.11 Overcoming Process dead time
3.12 First term explanation(disturbance free PV)
3.13 Second term explanation(predicted PV)
4 Advanced Process Control
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Overview of Advanced Control Methods
4.3 Internal Model Control
5 Industrial Data Communications and Wireless
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
5.3 RS-232 interface standard
5.4 Fiber Optics
5.5 Modbus
5.6 Data Highway Plus /DH485
5.7 HART
5.8 AS-i
5.9 DeviceNet
5.10 Profibus
5.11 Foundation Fieldbus
5.12 Industrial Ethernet
5.13 TCP/IP
5.14 Wireless Fundamentals
5.15 Radio/microwave communications
5.16 Installation and Troubleshooting
5.17 Industrial network security
5.18 Network threats, vulnerabilities and risks
5.19 An approach to network security planning
5.20 Securing a network by access control
5.21 Authentication, Authorization, Accounting & encryption
5.22 Intrusion detection systems
5.23 VLANs
5.24 VPNs and their security
5.25 Wireless networks and their security issues
6 HAZOPs Hazard Operations
6.1 Introduction
6.2 HAZOP Workshop
7 Safety Instrumentation and Machinery
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Introduction to IEC 61511 and the safety lifecycle
7.3 SIS configurations for safety and availability targets
7.4 Selection of sensors and actuators for safety duties
7.5 Selection of safety controllers
7.6 System integration and application software
7.7 Programming tools
7.8 Machinery safety
7.9 Guide to Regulations and Standards
8 Hazardous Areas and Intrinsic Safety
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Zonal Classification
8.3 Area classification
8.4 Methods of explosion protection
8.5 Flameproof concept Ex d
8.6 Intrinsic safety
8.7 Increased safety
8.8 Certification (components)
8.9 Principles of testing
8.10 Non Sparking concept
8.11 Concept Ex p
8.12 Other protection concepts
8.13 Earthing and Bonding
8.14 Standards and codes of practice
8.15 Fault finding and repairs
9 SCADA
9.1 Introduction and Brief History of SCADA
9.2 SCADA Systems Software
9.3 Distributed control system (DCS)
9.4 Introduction to the PLC
9.5 Considerations and benefits of SCADA system
9.6 An alarm system
10 Project Management of I&C Projects
10.1 Fundamentals of project management
10.2 Time management
10.3 Cost Management
10.4 Integrated cost and time management
10.5 Management of project team
10.6 Risk Management
10.7 Contract law
11 Latest Instrumentation and Valve Developments
11.1 Basic Measurement performance terms and specifications
11.2 Advanced Measurement Performance terms and Specifications
11.3 Pressure Measurement
11.4 Level Measurement
11.5 Temperature Measurement
11.6 Thermocouples
11.7 Resistance Temperature Detectors
11.8 Thermistors
11.9 Infrared Pyrometers
11.10 Acoustic Pyrometers
11.11 Flow Measurement
11.12 Differential Pressure Flowmeters
11.13 Magnetic Flowmeters
11.14 Control Valves
12 Forecasts and Predictions
12.1 Main Technology Trends
12.2 The China Challenge
12.3 Market Predictions
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