Real Games, Lda.
Libro Industrial Automation Practices, Magalhães António Pessoa
Subtitle SPECIFICATION AND PROGRAMMING OF LOGIC CONTROL APPLICATIONS IN THE ITS PLC TRAINING ENVIRONMENT
Publisher: Real Games, Lda.
Language: Inglés
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ISBN: 9789899646018
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Industrial automation practices: specification and programming of logic control applications in the ITS PLC training environment is an original and educational text aimed at both trainers and trainees alike having interests in the Industrial automation field. Based on the ITS PLC training software, developed by Real Games Lda., the text stimulates and guides the reader in the discovery of six dozens PLC programs that bring to live the five virtual plants included in the ITS PLC software. Following a typical computer game methodology, the control of each plant is presented as a twelve steps mission , which begins with a number of small challenges, fundamental but easily surpassable, moving on to a sequence of graded exercises in which each exercise adds something, but not too much, to the previous one, thereby allowing the trainee to acquire ever-increasing knowledge and confidence; and this always supported by efficient specification and design techniques directly derived from two modern standards: IEC 60848 2nd Edition (GRAFCET specification language) and IEC 61131-3 (PLCs software architectures and programming languages). Yet, upon completing a mission, there is still room for further development: as a bonus, the trainee is challenged to more ambitious tasks that aim to develop distributed and flexible solutions by the integration of HMI consoles and supervisory systems, as well as improving the dependability of the solutions found through the inclusion of error detection techniques aiming to support faulty situations. For all this, Industrial automation practices: specification and programming of logic control applications in the ITS PLC training environment is a text that will certainly pleasantly surprise all who have interests in the industrial automation field, from the newbie trainees to the most experienced and knowledgeable trainers.

Contents
15 PREFACE
17 PART 1 - PRESENTATION
19 The Game
20 The Players
21 The Equipment
23 PART 2 - THE PROBLEMS
25 Mission 1: Automated conveying and sorting of cases on pallets
26 About this Mission
27 Task 1: Automated movement of single pallets on the entry conveyer
28 Task 2: Automated feeding and movement of single pallets on the entry conveyer
29 Task 3: Automated feeding and movement of multiple pallets on the entry conveyer
30 Task 4: Automated control of the turntable
31 Task 5: Automated conveying of pallets from the entry bay to right exit elevator
32 Task 6: Automated feeding and conveying of pallets alternating the exit elevator
33 Task 7: Automated feeding and conveying of pallets alternating the exit elevators with limited stocking in the exit conveyers and support upon unavailability of the elevators
34 Task 8: Automated feeding and conveying of cases on pallets, sorting them by height
35 Task 9: Optimised feeding, conveying and sorting of cases on pallets
36 Task 10: Shutdown and restart of the plant using the start end stop buttons
37 Task 11: Start-up, shutdown and restart of the plant using the start end stop buttons
38 Task 12: Batch conveying
39 And now that the first mission has been accomplished…
39 ITS SUPER Integration with supervisory systems and human-machine interface consoles
41 ITS DEEP Detection and handling of error conditions
43 Mission 2: Automating a paint production plant
44 About this Mission
46 Task 1: Producing a tank of red paint
47 Task 2: Producing a dose of red paint
48 Task 3: Batch production of red paint with configurable parameters
49 Task 4: Batch production of red paint with configurable dosage and bad configuration signalling
50 Task 5: Optimised production of red paint
51 Task 6: Supporting early stop orders and alarm procedures
52 Task 7: Flexible and optimised production of red paint
53 Task 8: Flexible and optimised production of primary colour paints
54 Task 9: Production by mixing primary colours
55 Task 10: Producing paint from a catalogue of colours
56 Task 11: Recipe based paint production
57 Task 12: Recipe-based paint production with previous error detection
58 And now that the second mission has been accomplished…
58 ITS SUPER Integration with supervisory systems and human-machine interface consoles
59 ITS DEEP Detection and handling of error conditions
61 Mission 3: Automating a high-level palletiser
62 About this Mission
63 Task 1: Machine start-up
64 Task 2: Cyclical movement of pallets
65 Task 3: Software filtering of sensor 10
66 Task 4: Moving pallets in continuous and single cycle mode
67 Task 5: Controlling case feeding devices
68 Task 6: Controlling case feeding and packing devices
69 Task 7: Single layering palletising
70 Task 8: Double layering palletising
71 Task 9: Triple layering palletising
72 Task 10: Flexible palletising by configuring the number of layers
73 Task 11: Flexible palletising by configuring the number of cases in a pallet
74 Task 12: Demo mode for flexible palletising
75 And now that the third mission has been accomplished…
75 ITS SUPER Integration with supervisory systems and human-machine interface consoles
76 ITS DEEP Detection and handling of error conditions
77 Mission 4: Automated control of a pick and place station
78 About this Mission
80 Task 1: Parts identification
81 Task 2: Elementary manipulator control
82 Task 3: Dual axis manipulator moving control
83 Task 4: Moving manipulator by reference position
84 Task 5: Station start-up
85 Task 6: Elementary pick and place
86 Task 7: Handling start and stop orders in automatic mode
87 Task 8: Elementary pattern based disposal of parts in the container
88 Task 9: Handling emergency and early stop conditions
89 Task 10: Selective parts picking and disposal in alternate patterns
90 Task 11: Type based parts disposal
91 Task 12: Selective picking and parts disposal based on configurable patterns
92 And now that the fourth mission has been accomplished…
92 ITS SUPER Integration with supervisory systems and human-machine interface consoles
93 ITS DEEP Detection and handling of error conditions
95 Mission 5: Automated storage and retrieval system
96 About this Mission
98 Task 1: Transelevator start-up positioning
99 Task 2: Transferring items from the transelevator to compartment 1 and vice-versa
100 Task 3: Retrieving an item stored in compartment 10
101 Task 4: Transferring items from the entry to the exit bay
102 Task 5: Positioning the transelevator by reference value
103 Task 6: Storing items by reference value
104 Task 7: Storing and retrieving items by reference values
105 Task 8: Storing and retrieving items by reference value while handling error and alarm scenarios
106 Task 9: Storing and retrieving items by reference value with diversified coding
107 Task 10: Storing and retrieving items by classes
108 Task 11: Storing by classes and retrieving by chronological order
109 Task 12: Storing and retrieving items randomly
110 And now that the fifth mission has been accomplished…
110 ITS SUPER Integration with supervisory systems and human-machine interface consoles
111 ITS DEEP Detection and handling of error conditions
113 PART 3 - THE SOLUTIONS
113 The Structured Text and the IEC 61131-3 Standard
114 Literature and Supporting Materials
115 About the Solutions
117 Declaring I/O variables
119 Mission 1: Automated conveying and sorting of cases on pallets
123 Resolution of Task 1
124 Resolution of Task 2
126 Resolution of Task 3
129 Resolution of Task 4
132 Resolution of Task 5
134 Resolution of Task 6
139 Resolution of Task 7
142 Resolution of Task 8
147 Resolution of Task 9
151 Resolution of Task 10
158 Resolution of Task 11
165 Resolution of Task 12
173 Mission 2: Automating a paint production plant
178 Resolution of Task 1
181 Resolution of Task 2
182 Resolution of Task 3
186 Resolution of Task 4
190 Resolution of Task 5
196 Resolution of Task 6
199 Resolution of Task 7
204 Resolution of Task 8
208 Resolution of Task 9
216 Resolution of Task 10
225 Resolution of Task 11
233 Resolution of Task 12
243 Mission 3: Automating a high-level palletiser
246 Resolution of Task 1
248 Resolution of Task 2
251 Resolution of Task 3
255 Resolution of Task 4
258 Resolution of Task 5
261 Resolution of Task 6
266 Resolution of Task 7
272 Resolution of Task 8
278 Resolution of Task 9
282 Resolution of Task 10
287 Resolution of Task 11
293 Resolution of Task 12
299 Mission 4: Automated control of a pick and place station
303 Resolution of Task 1
304 Resolution of Task 2
306 Resolution of Task 3
308 Resolution of Task 4
310 Resolution of Task 5
313 Resolution of Task 6
320 Resolution of Task 7
326 Resolution of Task 8
333 Resolution of Task 9
339 Resolution of Task 10
345 Resolution of Task 11
352 Resolution of Task 12
361 Mission 5: Automated storage and retrieval system
364 Resolution of Task 1
366 Resolution of Task 2
369 Resolution of Task 3
372 Resolution of Task 4
375 Resolution of Task 5
379 Resolution of Task 6
389 Resolution of Task 8
396 Resolution of Task 9
401 Resolution of Task 10
406 Resolution of Task 11
412 Resolution of Task 12
419 PART 4 - EPILOGUE
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