Programmable Controllers: Theory and Implementation – L. A. Bryan, E. A. Brian – 2nd Edition

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Programmable : Theory and Implementation contains expanded discussions of PLC Basics as well as advanced PLC applications. plays a fundamental role in modern technological systems.

The benefits of improved control in industry can be immense. They include improved product , reduced consumption, minimization of waste material, increased safety levels, and reduction of pollution. A difficulty with the subject, however, is that some of the more advanced aspects depend on a sophisticated mathematical background.

Arguably, mathematical systems theory is one of the most significant achievements of twentieth-century science, but its practical impact is only as important as the benefits it can bring. Thus, in this , we aim to strike a balance which places strong emphasis on design.

Table of Content


SECTION 1 INTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS
Chapter 1 Introduction to Programmable Controllers
Chapter 2 Number Systems and Codes
Chapter 3 Logic Concepts

SECTION 2 COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
Chapter 4 Processors, the Power Supply, and Programming Devices
Chapter 5 The Memory System and I/O Interaction
Chapter 6 The Discrete Input/Output System
Chapter 7 The Analog Input/Output System
Chapter 8 Special Function I/O and Serial Communication Interfacing

SECTION 3 PLC PROGRAMMING
Chapter 9 Programming Languages
Chapter 10 The IEC 1131 Standard and Programming Language
Chapter 11 System Programming and Implementation
Chapter 12 PLC System Documentation

SECTION 4 PLC PROCESS APPLICATIONS
Chapter 13 Data Measurements and Transducers
Chapter 14 Process Responses and Transfer Functions
Chapter 15 Process Controllers and Loop Tuning

SECTION 5 ADVANCED PLC TOPICS AND NETWORKS
Chapter 16 Artificial Intelligence and PLC Systems
Chapter 17 Fuzzy Logic
Chapter 18 Local Area Networks
Chapter 19 I/O Bus Networks

SECTION 6 INSTALLATION AND START-UP
Chapter 20 PLC Start-Up and Maintenance
Chapter 21 System Selection Guidelines

APPENDICES
Appendix A Logic Symbols, Truth Tables, and Equivalent Ladder/Logic Diagrams
Appendix B ASCII Reference
Appendix C Electrical Relay Diagram Symbols
Appendix D P&ID Symbols
Appendix E Equation of a Line and Number Tables
Appendix F Abbreviations and Acronyms
Appendix G Voltage-Current Laplace Transfer Function Relationships

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