Sistemi di Automazione Industriale
Industrial Automation Systems Giuseppe Conte
Basic notions of automatic control, computer sciences
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
The course provides students with knowledge on methodologies and tools for design, analysis and management of industrial automation systems. It develops the ability to understand issues in installing and managing industrial automation systems by analyzing and discussing the evolution of automation in production and production management.CAPACITY TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
Applying knowledge and understanding. Students acquire the ability to understand general issues of production and production management by the analysis of representative situations and the study of industrial automation solutions. TRANSVERSAL SKILLS:
Tests and guided problem sessions give to students the possibility to develop the ability - to learn by assessing the completeness and adequacy of their preparation; - to make judgment by developing and proposing solutions to problems of representation and management of automation systems; - to communicate effectively by formulating and properly describe solutions to specific problems.
- Elements of automatic control
- Elements of Industrial Automation.
- Industrial automation systems:
- historical development and present situation
- role in production plants
- CIM and their management.
Development of the examination
LEARNING EVALUATION METHODS
Written tests (at least three) on topics of the course during the lessons. Written final test (free response to two questions over three related to course topics). Oral test (questions related to answers given during the written tests, questions about topics of the course. Sufficiency in the final written test is required to get access to the oral test.
LEARNING EVALUATION CRITERIA
Correctness, completeness and adequacy of the answers given in the written tests. Correctness, completeness and adequacy of the answers in the oral test.
LEARNING MEASUREMENT CRITERIA
Final written test: 0-5 points for each of the three criteria listed above for each of two answers. Sufficiency corresponds to 18 points with a minimum of 2 points for each criterium for each answer. Other written tests and oral test: -5/+5 points, distributed as follows: - written test: -2/+2 correctness of answers in the oral test: -1/+1 - adequacy of answers in the oral test: -1/+1 - completeness of answers in the oral test: -1 to +1.
FINAL MARK ALLOCATION CRITERIA
30/30 cum Laude is for candidates who master completely the topics and are able to illustrate them clearly.
- G. Bertoni, M. E. Penati, L' automazione industriale. Dal mulino da seta alla fabbrica automatica, Esculapio
- C. Bonivento, L. Gentili, A. Paoli, Sistemi di automazione industriale, McGraw Hill
- Lecture notes
- Ingegneria Gestionale (Corso di Laurea Magistrale Fuori Sede (DM 270/04))