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Basics of Modern Scientific Experiment Automation

Проголосовать за курс:
George Fatkin
Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics and Novosibirsk State University
We won't be able to conduct scientific experiments on large-scale facilities like LHC (Large Hadron Collider) without proper automation. Development of methods and hardware allows and makes it feasible to automate smaller scale experiments. This course is dedicated to hardware software and principles of operation of control and automation systems. Mostly it is based on scientific automation experience, though industrial automation systems are quite similar. It is intended as a supplement course for corresponding lab works, but could be used by itself.

Урок: Binary Logic and Bitwise Operations

План курса:

  1. Introductionary part
    1. Modern scientific experiment
    2. Structure of control system
    3. Automation standards
    4. Protocols
    5. Software
  2. Essential theoretical basics
    1. Discrete and Analog signals
    2. Positional systems
    3. Binary logic and bitwise operations
    4. Data encoding
    5. Floating point numbers
  3. Hardware
    1. ADC
    2. DAC
    3. I/O registers, Ports and timers
    4. Stepper motors
    5. Sensors part 1
    6. Sensors part 2
  4. Protocols and standards
    1. Modular and distributed systems
    2. Serial and parallel buses
    3. I2C and SPI
    4. CAN
    5. PCI and VME
    6. Ethernet and variations
  5. Software
    1. Three-level software structure
    2. EPICS and TANGO
    3. LabView
  6. Control system design
    1. Information flows
    2. Data storage and processing
    3. Feedback design
    4. Interlock subsystem
    5. Examples of small-scale control systems
    6. Examples of large-scale control systems
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