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Republic of the Philippines

Bulacan State University


City of Malolos, Bulacan

Office of the Dean of Instruction


COURSE SYLLABUS
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
First Semester, AY 2018-2019

COLLEGE : Engineering DEPARTMENT: Manufacturing


COURSE CODE : IE 412 IE / IE 411L IE
FACULTY : Engr. Cyrus Lawrence C. Bual
CONSULTATION HOURS :

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course IE 412 IE Industrial Automation Lecture is about automation
industrial machinery systems and subsystems controls that relevant to the
mechanization in the scope of industrialization. The course IE 411L IE Industrial
Automation Laboratory encompasses application of pressurized air, Pneumatic
Systems and Electro-Pneumatic Systems. The course deals with the application
and execution/implementation of air powered actuators and its control devices
needed in its operations.

LEARNING OUTCOMES (LO):

Attributes Of Ideal Graduate On completion of the course, the student is


(AIG) expected to be able to do the following:
LEARNING OUTCOMES (LO)
Highly competent LO1 – Explain the operation of industrial
pneumatics systems, including the design,
application, and trouble-shooting.
LO2 – Identify and illustrate the standard
symbols of the different components used in
pneumatics systems.
Ethical professional LO3 – Pursue lifelong learning by
continuously improving and expanding not
only their technical skills but also personal
skills with increasing independence and
responsibility.
Service-oriented LO4 – Practice leadership in manufacturing
engineering profession by holding key
positions in top companies, academic
institutions or starting up their own
enterprise, while maintaining high standards
of profession, ethical and social
responsibility.
Contribute to country’s LO5 – Active participation in MEM
sustainable growth and professional societies or other professional
development organizations as well as community based
organization with the purpose of being the

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transformers of the industry towards
innovation.

FINAL COURSE OUTPUT:


Lecture: Comprehensive Learning Portfolio which summarizes student’s
learning.
Laboratory: Process Improvement Case Study of Small-Scale Processes

RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT:


 Rubric for Laboratory Exercises, Activities, Homework and Practical
Examinations

Components / Sophisticated Adept Deficient


Sections (90-100) (76-89) (65-75)
The program/ Only one function The program does
instruction created missing/lapse in not work or
Program are working, the program contains several
correct and excluding the error
accurate major features
Pneumatic The circuitry works Minor errors in Critical to
Circuitry fine circuitry Ineffective circuitry
Submitted work is Submitted work is Submitted late
Timeliness before the due exactly the due
time. time.
The present The submitted The submitted
program or program or program or
document is document contains document contains
Originality several copied
original. similar ideas/
items
words from other
student’s work

OTHER REQUIREMENTS AND ASSESSMENTS:


Aside from Portfolio, the student will be assessed at other times during the
term by the following: Activities/Laboratory Exercises, Homework, and Final
Examinations.

GRADING SYSTEM:
Lecture Grade:
Quizzes 40%
Midterm Examination 25%
Final Examination 25%
Class Standing/Participation 10%
Lecture Grade = 100%

Laboratory Grade:
Lab Exercises & Lab Quizzes 60%
Laboratory Projects/Final Exam 40%
Laboratory Grade = 100%

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Final Grade:
Final Grade = Lecture Grade*(0.8) + Laboratory Grade*(0.2)

Passing Grade: 75%

The numerical equivalent of the final grade from the following rating scale:

NUMERICAL FINAL GRADE NUMERICAL FINAL GRADE


GRADE EQUIVALENT (%) GRADE EQUIVALENT (%)
1.0 97-100 2.75 76-78
1.25 94-96 3.0 75
Conditional
1.5 91-93 4.0
Passed
1.75 88-90 5.0 Failed
2.0 85-87 INC Incomplete
2.25 82-84 DRP Dropped
Unofficially
2.5 79-81 UD
Dropped

LEARNING EPISODES LECTURE:

Learning
Topics Week Learning Activities
Outcome
s
1. Introduction / Orientation 1 A. Discern
1.1. Discussion of Mission, Vision, university and
Goals and Objectives classroom
1.2. Discussion of the Course policies, duties
Syllabus and
1.3. Discussion of the University/ responsibilities of
College/ Class Policies and a student
Regulations B. Question &
Answer
LO1, 2. Automation and Manufacturing 2 A. Insights about
LO2, 2.1. Advantage and Disadvantage the subject
LO3, LO5 2.2. The Factory and Manufacturing through
2.3. The Manufacturing collaborative
Environment discussion
LO1, 3. Important Concepts 3-5 A. Collaborative
LO2, LO4 3.1. Analog and Digital discussion and
3.2. Input and Output (Data) video
3.3. Numbering Systems presentations
3.4. Electrical Power B. Assessment of
3.5. Pneumatics and Hydraulics student’s
3.6. Continuous, Synchronous & knowledge
Asynchronous Processes through Quiz 1
3.7. Documentation and File
Formats
3.8. Safety Guidelines
3.9. Overall Equipment
Effectiveness
3.10. Electrostatic Discharge
LO1, 4. Components and Hardware 6-8 A. Collaborative
LO2, LO4 4.1. Controllers discussion and

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4.2. Operator Interfaces video
4.3. Sensors presentations
4.4. Power Control, Distribution and B. Assessment of
Discrete Controls student’s
4.5. Actuators and Movement knowledge
4.6. AC and DC Motors through Quiz 2
4.7. Mechanisms and Machine
Elements
4.8. Structure and Framing
MIDTERM EXAM 9 Midterm Exam
LO1, 5. Machine Systems 10 A. Collaborative
LO2, LO4 5.1. Conveyors discussion and
5.2. Indexers and Synchronous video
Machines presentations
5.3. Part Feeders
5.4. Robots and Robotics
LO1, 6. Process Systems and Automated 11 A. Collaborative
LO2, LO4 Machinery discussion and
6.1. Chemical Processing video
6.2. Food and Beverage presentations
Processing B. Assessment of
6.3. Packaging student’s
6.4. Metal, Plastic, Ceramic and knowledge
Glass Processing through Quiz 3
6.5. Assembly Machines
6.6. Inspection and Test Machines
LO1, 7. Software 12-13 A. Collaborative
LO2, LO4 7.1. Programming Software discussion and
7.2. Design Software video
7.3. Analysis Software presentations
7.4. Office Software
7.5. SCADA and Data Acquisition
LO1, 8. Industrial and Factory Business 14 A. Collaborative
LO2, Systems discussion and
LO3, LO5 8.1. Automation Related video
Businesses presentations
8.2. Departments and Functions
8.3. Lean Manufacturing
8.4. Systemization
LO1, 9. Machine and System Design 15-16 A. Collaborative
LO2, LO4 9.1. Requirements discussion and
9.2. Quoting video
9.3. Procurement presentations
9.4. Design B. Assessment of
9.5. Fabrication student’s
knowledge
through Quiz 1
LO1, LO2 10. Applications 17 A. Collaborative
10.1. Binder-Processing Machine discussion and
10.2. Sagger Load Station video
10.3. Tray Handlers presentations
10.4. Cotton Classing System
FINAL EXAM 18 Final Exam

LEARNING EPISODES LABORATORY:

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Learning Topics Week Learning Activities
Outcome
s
1. Introduction / Orientation 1 A. Discern
1.1. Discussion of Mission, Vision, university and
Goals and Objectives classroom
1.2. Discussion of the Course policies, duties
Syllabus and
1.3. Discussion of the University/ responsibilities of
College/ Class Policies and a student
Regulations B. Question &
Answer
LO1, 2. Pneumatic Symbols & Relevant 2 A. Software
LO2, LO3 Requirements Simulator
2.1. Amount of Pressure Interaction
2.2. Essence of Simulation B. Question &
Software Answer
2.3. Simulation Software Installation
and Familiarization
2.4. Type of Errors in Simulation
2.5. Purely Pneumatics Symbols
2.6. Electro-Pneumatics Symbols
LO1, 3. Direct and Indirect Control 3 A. Know the
LO2, LO3 3.1. Guidelines for Correct limitations and
Orientation of Elements boundaries of the
3.2. Single Acting Cylinder application
3.3. Double Acting Cylinder through real
3.4. Holding Control of Cylinders exposure in
3.5. Latching Circuit simulator
3.6. Emergency Stop B. Familiarize the
3.7. Stop general guide.
LO1, 4. Flow Controls 4 A. Identify and use
LO2, LO3 4.1. Slow Extend and Retract appropriate
4.2. Quick Exhaust Valves valves through
simulator.
LO1, 5. Logical Controls 5 A. Identify and use
LO2, LO3 5.1. Logical OR appropriate
5.2. Logical AND valves through
simulator
LO1, 6. Priority Controls 6 A. Identify and use
LO2, LO3 6.1. Fixed Priority appropriate
6.2. Initial Priority valves and
6.3. Switching Priority circuitry through
6.4. Level Priority simulator
LO1, 7. Timer Controls 7 A. Identify and use
LO2, LO3 7.1. ON-Delay Timer appropriate
7.2. OFF-Delay Timer valves and
circuitry through
simulator
LO1, 8. Open Loop Systems 8 A. Use appropriate
LO2, LO3 8.1. Sensor to Retract/Stop valves and
8.2. Timer to Retract/Stop circuitry through
simulator
LO1, 9. Closed Loop Systems 9 A. Identify and use
LO2, LO3 9.1. Sensor to Automatic appropriate
9.2. Timer to Automatic valves and

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9.3. Relay Control circuitry through
simulator
LO1, 10. Counters 10 A. Identify and use
LO2, LO3 10.1. Count-UP appropriate
10.2. Count-DOWN valves and
circuitry through
simulator
LO1, 11. Comprehensive Exercises 11-17 A. Use appropriate
LO2, valves and
LO3, circuitry through
LO4, LO5 simulator
FINAL EXAM 18 Final Exam

REFERENCES:

Lamb, Frank (2013). Industrial Automation Hands-On. United States of


America: McGraw-Hill.

Bauer, Wolfgang (2011). Hydropneumatic Suspension Systems. Berlin,


Germany: Springer.

Parr, Andrew (2011). Hydraulics and Pneumatics: A Technician’s and


Engineer’s Guide. Burlington, MA: Elsevier.

Festo (2014). Pneumatics Advance Mechatronics Systems (AMS): Berlin


Canada: Festo.

Ilango S. and Soundararajan V. (2011). Introduction to Hydraulics and


Pneumatics, 2nd Edition. New Delhi: PHI Learning Private Limited.

ONLINE RESOURCES:

https://www.festo.com
https://cosmolearning.org/
https://www.youtube.com

CLASS POLICIES:
1. Cheating and plagiarism is equivalent to a grade of 5.0.
2. Disturbance and disruption or dissolution of classes or any not
educational related programs or activities are prohibited.
3. Students should strictly follow the Laboratory Guidelines/Rules.
4. Students are responsible for whatever is taken up during the class in
case of absences excused or unexcused.
5. Students are required to wear the prescribed uniform and I.D.
6. Students are required to maintain cleanliness of the classroom.

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