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An approach to process control software education

Author(s): V. Jovan, J. Petrovcic & M. Rihar

Abstract:
During the last decade, several process control software products have appeared on the market.

While presenting educational courses for industrial control engineers, a special attention is given to the presentation and usage of process control software tools, because this knowledge is currently necessary in all phases of a control system's life cycle.

Practical courses from the areas of computer automation and control are presented using a process control laboratory that is technologically highly equipped with commercially available industrial sensors and actuators, different industrial controllers, and monitored by a computer control system.

The first part of the paper describes the design of the process laboratory, and the second part presents software products use...

Pages: 8
Size: 643 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/SEHE950151

 

 

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