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The University of Jordan

Faculty of
Engineering and Technology




Mechatronics

Engineering
Department

First Semester 2013/2014


Automation (0908561)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Credit hours


3

L
evel

5

Prere
quisite

Modern
Control
Systems
(0908442)

Coordinator
/
Lecturer


Dr. Osama Al
-
Habahbeh

Office
number

MEX 3
rd

Floor

Office
phone

23031

Course website


http://www2.ju.edu.jo/sites/Academic/

o.habahbeh/Material/Forms/AllItems.as
px

E
-
mail

o.habahbeh
@ju.edu.jo

Place



Office
hours

TBA

Day/Time

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday














Course Description


Introduction to production concepts, serial production lines, assembly systems and

types
of

automation. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). Computer
Numerical

Control
(CNC). Industrial Robots. Automated

Material Handling Systems. Automated

Storage
and Retrieval Systems. Lab experiments concentrate on familiarizing the

student with the
concepts studied in class and on PLC programming and applications.


Learning
Objectives


The student will be able to explain production and manufacturing concepts, types of
automation

including
Material Handling

and
Storage
,
and
industrial control systems
.
In
addition, they will learn the methods
and applications
of PLC an
d CNC programming.



Intended Learning
O
utcomes (ILOs):

Successful completion of the course should lead to the following outcomes:


A. Knowledge and Under
s
tanding:
Student

is

expected to

A
1
-

Understand the basic production concepts, and types of
manufacturing
.

A
2
-

Recognize automation types and strategies
.

A5
-

Understand a
utomat
ed
Material Handling

and Sto
rage

systems
.


B. Intellectual Analytical and Cognitive Skills:
Student

is
expected to

B
1
-

Analyze automation applications in industrial settings.

B
2
-

Select the proper automation strategy for a given application.


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/
4


C. Subject
-

Specific Skills:
Students
is

expected to

C
1
-

Learn
PLC programming techniques
.

C
2
-

Learn
CNC programming techniques
.


D. Transferable Key Skills:
Students
is

expected to

D
1
-

Employ PLC programming techniques in real
-
life applications

D
2
-

Employ CNC programming techniques in real
-
life applications

Teaching/Learning
Methods

Teaching Method

ILO/s

Lectures and Discussions:

A, B, C

Homework and
Assignments:

B, C

Projects:

B, C

Presentation



Course Contents


Content

Reference

Week

ILO/s

Introduction to production concepts:
production lines and assembly
systems.



Handout and text
book

1

A

Manufacturing operations:
types of
manufacturing.



Handout and text
book

2,
3

A, B

Homework:
-

Assign your team and
project,


-
Write proposal about
your project.



Due date:

5
th


week



Introduction to automation:
automation types and strategies.




Handout and

text
book

4,
5

A, B, C

Industrial control systems:
continuous and discrete systems



Handout and text
book





6,
7, 8

A, B, C

Discrete control: programmable
logic controllers (PLC) and personal
computers (PC)


Handout and text
book

9, 10
, 11

B, C, D


3

/
4


Numerical control: computer
numerical control (CNC)


Handout and text
book

12, 13, 14

B, C, D

Automated Material Handling
,
Storage and Retrieval
.


Handout and text
book

15, 16

A, B


Learning
Methodology

Le
cture, discussion, lab applications, projects.

Projects and Assignments


TBA

Evaluation

Evaluation

Point %

Date


Midterm Exam



15

TBA

Project


5

TBA

Assignments




Homework




Attendance



10


Final Exam


35

TBA


Reference
s:

-

Automation, Production Systems, and Computer Integrated Manufacturing,
Mikell P. Groover, Prentice
-
Hall, Third Edition.

-

Course handouts


Intended
Grading Scale


0
-
3
9


F

45
-
49


D
-

50
-
5
4


D

5
4
-
6
9


D+

6
0
-
6
4


C
-


4

/
4


6
5
-
69


C

70
-
7
3


C+

7
4
-
76


B
-

77
-
8
0


B

8
1
-
84


B+

85
-
89


A
-

9
0
-
100


A


Notes
:




Concerns or complaints should be expressed in the first instance to the module
lecturer; if no resolution is forthcoming
,

then the issue should be brought to the
attention of the module coordinator (for multiple sections) who will take the concerns
to the module representative meeting. Thereafter
,

problems are dealt with by the
Department Chair and if still unresolved the De
an and then ultimately the Vice
President.

For final complaints, there will be a committee to review grading the final
exam.



Students are expected to attend
EVERY CLASS SESSION

and they are responsible
for all material, announcements, schedule changes, etc., discussed in class. The
university policy regarding attendance will be strict
ly adhered to.



For more details on Univ
ersity regulations please visit
:


http://www.ju.edu.jo/rules/index.htm