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COURSE OUTLINE

Department and Faculty: Department of Modelling and Industrial Computing, Faculty of Computer Science and Information System Course Code: Industrial Automation System (SCI 3113) Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours
Lecturer Room No. Telephone No. E-mail Synopsis : Habibollah Haron : N28 438-19 : 07-5532012 : habib@utm.my : This course provides an introduction and hands-on to component in industrial automation system that comprises of robotics, industrial logic control, warehouse management system, material handling and computer integrated manufacturing. Students are exposed to the awareness of industrial automation in perspective of computer sciences so that the implementation of automation in manufacturing can be done using latest computer hardware and software.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of the course, students should be able to: No. Course Learning Outcome Programme Learning Outcome(s) Addressed PO1, PO2 , PO3 (C3, P3, A3) PO1, PO2, (C2,P2,A2) PO2, PO3 (C4,P2,A2) PO3, PO6 Assessment Methods

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Use robot as a tool to solve real-world manufacturing problems Understand the concept of industrial automation and the components of automation such as robotics, material handling and logic control (PLC). Design and integrate automation devices and software to control manufacturing process automatically. Write a program to control robot and PLC to solve

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Department and Faculty: Department of Modelling and Industrial Computing, Faculty of Computer Science and Information System Course Code: Industrial Automation System (SCI 3113) Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours
industrial problem.

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(C4,P2,A2), TW1-3 ( T Test ; PR Project ; HW Homework ; A assignment; Pr Presentation, F Final Exam) Quiz; Q

STUDENT LEARNING TIME


Teaching and Learning Activities Lecturer Centered Face to face Learning Student Centered Others Sub Total Non Face to face or Student Centered Learning (SCL) Self Learning Formal Assessment Continuous Assessment Final Examination Others Revision Assessment Preparation Others Sub Total 20 18 54 56 Student Learning Time (hours) 28 28

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TEACHING METHODOLOGY Lecture and Discussion, Independent Study, Group Project, Presentation, Laboratory exercises

WEEKLY SCHEDULE Week 1 Introduction to Automation System - Definition of Automation System - Subsystem of Automation - Component of Automation Robotics History and the application of robot - Industrial Robot - Robotic Evolution - Robotic Capability - Robot versus Human - AGV Robotics and Automation - Introduction - Robot Industry Application - Safety Issues - Social and Economic Issues - Technology Contribute to Advancement of Robotic - Justification on Robot Selection and End Effectors Basis of Robotic Lecture : 2 Assessment: Nil Lab: 2 Lecture : 2 Lab: Nil Assessment: Nil Tutorial : 2

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Lecture : 2 Assessment: 0.5(Q1) Lab : 2

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Lecture : 4

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Department and Faculty: Department of Modelling and Industrial Computing, Faculty of Computer Science and Information System Course Code: Industrial Automation System (SCI 3113) Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours
- Movement Control - Power Source - Arm Geometry - End Effectors - Speed - Payload - Degree of Freedom - Robot Programming - Joint and Link Week 6 Industrial Logic Control - Introduction to Industrial Logic Control - Introduction to PLC - History and the application of PLC Industrial Logic Control HMI design PLC design Integration of HMI and PLC Testing and Validation of PLC and HMI System Automation and Manufacturing - The Philosophy of E-Manufacturing The Implementation Issues - Case Studies on CIM Models Robot and Manufacturing System Simulation - System Requirement - System Design Material Handling System - Introduction to Conveyer - Type of Conveyers - Introduction to Sensors - Type of Sensors

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Lab : 2 Assessment:Nil Assignment :1 Tutorial: 2

Lecture : 2 Lab : 2 Assessment: 3(Test 1) Lecture :4 Lab:2 Assessment: 0.5(Q2) Tutorial : 2 Lecture : 2 Lab : 2 Assessment: Nil Project : 1 Lecture : 2 Assessment: 0.5(Q3), Assignment 2: 1 Tutorial: 2 Lecture : 4 Lab: 2 Assessment: Nil Tutorial : 2

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- Data Acquisition System- Design of Conveyer and Detection System - Integration of Conveyer, Sensors and Robot Week 13 Warehouse Management System - Type of Racks - Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) Computer Integrated Manufacturing The CIM Wheel - The Implementation Issues of CIM Lecture : 2 Assessment: Nil Tutorial : 2 Lecture : 2 Lab : Nil Assessment:0.5(Q4), Presentation : 2 Tutorial : 2 Final exam : 3

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REFERENCES

1. C. Ray Asfahl. 1992. Robots and Manufacturing Automation. 2nd Edition.


Wiley. 2. James A. Rehg, Henry W. Kraebber. 2004. Computer Integrated Manufacturing. 3rd Edition. Prentice Hall 3. Mikell p. Groover. 2000. Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. 2nd Edition. Prentice Hall. 4. Jon Sterneson. 2002. Industrial Automation and Process Control. Prentice Hall.

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