This book is meant to serve as an outline for automation and industrial machinery concepts and terminology. It is suitable as a guidebook for newcomers to the field of automation as well as a reference for the seasoned automation professional.
The book emphasizes control systems, but many other subjects—
including machine building, mechanical engineering and devices,
manufacturing business systems, and job functions in an industrial
environment—are also covered extensively.
One of the major purposes of this book is to serve as a singlepoint resource for those involved in the design and use of automated machinery. I used many of the charts and tables in this book as design aids when specifying systems during my automation career, and I hope they serve as useful quick-reference guides for readers as well. There are also many topics that provide general information on industry-related subjects that might also be of interest to readers who hope to expand their general knowledge of automation-related
The book is laid out in an outline format for easy reference.
Chapter 1 provides a general overview of manufacturing and
automation. Chapter 2 introduces many of the concepts used in
automation, controls, machinery design, and documentation. Chapter 3
discusses many of the individual hardware components used in the
automation industry. Chapter 4 links some of these components
together and describes some of the machinery subsystems that help
comprise an automated machine or line. Chapter 5 brings these
subsystems together and exemplifies machinery used in some of
the different areas of manufacturing. Chapter 6 covers some of the
different kinds of software used in the programming, design, and
documentation of industrial machinery and information systems as
well as business enterprise software. Chapter 7 describes job functions
in the automation and manufacturing industries, and Chap. 8 covers
some of the business organization and concepts used in the industrial
and manufacturing fields. Lean manufacturing and various business
tools are also discussed there. Chapter 9 covers a hypothetical machine
procurement, design, and implementation process, while Chap. 10
contains some examples of automation projects and systems I have
been involved in during my career. There are also a number of handy
tables and charts and an index in the back of the book.
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