- Course unit code:
- Course unit title:
- Design of Information and Control Systems
- Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:
- lecture – 2 hours weekly (on-site method)
laboratory practice – 3 hours weekly (on-site method)
- Credits allocated:
- Recommended semester:
- Automation, Information Engineering and Management in Chemistry and Food Industry – bachelor (full-time, attendance method), 5. semester
- Level of study:
- Prerequisites for registration:
- Assesment methods:
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- Learning outcomes of the course unit:
- Objective of the course is to introduce simple approaches to synthesis of logic control systems as well as their implementation on common industrial control systems.
- Course contents:
- The course is divided into two major parts. The first one covers synthesis of simple controllers based on logic rules, their representation using finite state machines, as well as their implementation in Stateflow. The second part is devoted to implementation of logic control on Programmable Logic Controllers using Ladder logic.
- Recommended or required reading:
- JOHN, K. – TIEGELKAMP, M. IEC 61131-3: Programming industrial automation systems. Berlin : Springer Verlag, 2001. 376 s. ISBN 3-540-67752-6.
- WARNOCK, I G. Programmable controllers: Operation and application. New York : Prentice Hall, 1988. 447 s. ISBN 0-13-730037-9.
- MANDADO, E. – MARCOS, J. – PERÉZ, S A. Programmable logic devices and logic controllers. London : Prentice Hall, 1996. 373 s. ISBN 0-13-150749-4.
- Language of instruction:
- Slovak, English
- Assessed students in total:
A 81.4 %
B 15.7 %
C 2.9 %
D 0 %
E 0 %
FX 0 %
- Name of lecturer(s):
- M. Kalúz, R. Valo (2020/2021 – Winter)
M. Kalúz, R. Valo (2019/2020 – Winter)
P. Bakaráč, M. Kalúz (2018/2019 – Winter)
M. Kalúz, R. Valo (2017/2018 – Winter)
M. Kvasnica, R. Valo (2016/2017 – Winter)
M. Kvasnica, R. Valo (2015/2016 – Winter)
- Course supervisor:
- prof. Ing. Michal Kvasnica, PhD.
- Last modification:
- 19. 9. 2019
Department of Information Engineering and Process Control