Industrial Training Seminar Shubham Thakur
Post on 06-Dec-2015
DESCRIPTIONThis is industrial training presentation in scott edil pharmacia ltd. at baddi (h.p)
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SEMINAR
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SEMINAR SHUBHAM THAKUR EEE VII SEM ROLL NO.14376
OUTLINESummer training at Scott Edil Pharmacia industry , Jharmajri, Baddi from 1st july,2015 to 25 august,2015An amazing experiences I got to see how exactly the electrical and electronics Engg. Used in industries.Main objective to learn how an Enggineer works in industry.WHAT IS AUTOMATION?Automation is basically the delegation of human control function to technical equipment to automate the systems that produce their goods or services in the most efficient manner possible.
BENEFITS OF INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATIONIncreasing ProductivityIncreased productivity = more units/day = more moneyProducts produced more consistentlyincreased consistency = higher quality = increased consumer satisfactionExample - A bottled soft drink such as a Coke or a Pepsi always tastes the same no matter where or when you purchase it. Consumers count on this.
BENEFITS OF INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION Products produced more reliablyrobots can run 24 hours/day without getting tired or boredDecreased labor expensesAutomated systems reduce the amount of people needed to produce the goodsIncreasing Safety in working conditions
USE OF INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATIONAutomation is encompassing virtually every Walk of life. Automation solutions are required right from agricultural to space technology. Plant Automation is the necessity for the manufacturing industry to survive in todays globally competitive marketHISTORY OF AUTOMATIONProgrammable Logic ControllerElectronic Control using Logic GatesHard wired logic ControlPneumatic ControlManual Control
MANNUAL CONTROLAll the actions related to process control are taken by the operators. Drawbacks Likely human errors and consequently its effect on quality of final product The production, safety, energy consumption and usage of raw material are all subject to the correctness and accuracy of human action.
Pneumatic ControlIndustrial automation, with its machine and process control, had its origin in the 1920s with the advent of Pneumatic Controllers". Actions were controlled by a simple manipulation of pneumatic valves, which in turn were controlled by relays and switches.DrawbacksLonger project time Bulky and Complex SystemInvolves lot of rework to implement control logic
HARD WIRED LOGIC CONTROLThe contactor and Relays together with hardware timers and counters were used in achieving the desired level of automation DRAWBACK S-: Complex wiring Longer project time Difficult maintenance and troubleshooting
ELECTRONIC CONTROLE BY USING CONTROLE GATES In 1960s with the advent of electronics, the logic gates started replacing the relays and auxiliary contactors in the control circuitThe hardware timers & counters were replaced by electronic Timers and counters
ADVANTAGES-: Energy savingReduced space requirementsLess maintenance & greater reliability DISADVANTAGES-: Changes in control logic not possibleMore project timeplc[programmable logic controller] PLC is a solid state/ computerized industrial computer that performs discrete or sequential logic in the factory environment.They are originally developed to replace mechanical relays , counter and timers.The very first PLC was developed by Modicon in later 1965.
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AIR CIRCUIT BREAKER
WATER PURIFIRE SECTION USING PLC