The purpose of this laboratory work is to provide practical knowledge of such basic automation concepts as: dynamic system modeling for control purposes, feedback and its role, control system structures, fundamentals of designing control systems for tracking (servomechanisms) and for the attenuation of disturbances (industrial control systems), and the digital implementation of control algorithms. Hardware platforms of modern automation systems are also discussed, including Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) industrial Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems.
This textbook familiarizes students with the topic of modern industrial automation systems. To complete the laboratory tasks, students must acquire knowledge related to programming environments for PLC controllers and SCADA systems. The textbook also contains detailed technical descriptions of the processes used in laboratory classes. The authors believe that the textbook will help to organize and systematize the knowledge gained from lectures.
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