Mobile Communication



Shop Drawing for Electrical Projects


1) Intro to shop drawings:

  • Difference between design & shop drawings & as built drawings.
  • Document Control systems. [Drawing Numbers – Revisions Numbers].
  • Shop Drawings Actions.
  • Implementation of electrical projects.


2) Electrical Outlets Standards Levels:

  • Lighting Switches Levels.
  • Electrical Outlets Levels.
  • Data & Telephones Outlets Levels.
  • Levels implementation.


3) Composite Drawings:

  • Lighting, Power & Light current co-ordination.


4) Interior Works Shop drawing:

  • Lighting Dimensions Plan.
  • Lighting Raceways & Wiring Plan.
  • Power Dimensions & Raceways Plan.
  • Light Current Dimensions & Raceways Plan.


5) Sections & Details:

  • Sections Drawings.
  • General Details for special electrical fixation.
  • Main Risers Co-Ordination.


6) CO-Ordination drawings:

  • Electro-Mechanical Co-Ordination.


7) Infra-Structure Shop drawings:

  • Levels & F.F.L Calculations.
  • Filling Ration Calculations for Conduits & Cable trays.
  • Electro-Mechanical Co-Ordination.
  • General Details.
  • As-built drawings.
Basics of hydraulic control
Tasks of a hydraulic installation
  • Stationary hydraulics
  • Mobile hydraulics
  • Comparison of hydraulics with other control media
  • Fundamental physical principles of hydraulics
    • Pressure
    • Pressure transmission
    • Power transmission
    • Displacement transmission
    • Pressure transfer
    • Flow rate
    • Continuity equation
  • Components of a hydraulic system
    • Power supply section
    • Hydraulic fluid
    • Valves
    • Cylinders (linear actuators)
    • Motors (rotary actuators)
  • Graphic and circuit symbols
    • Pumps and motors
    • Directional control valves
    • Methods of actuation
    • Pressure valves
    • Flow control valves
    • Non-return valves
    • Cylinders
    • Transfer of energy and conditioning of the pressure medium
    • Measuring devices
    • Combination of devices
  • Design and representation of a hydraulic system
    • Signal control section
    • Hydraulic power section
    • Positional sketch
    • Circuit diagram
    • Components plus technical data
    • Function diagram
  • Components of the power supply section
    • Drive
    • Pump
    • Coupling
    • Reservoir
    • Filters
    • Coolers
    • Heaters
  • Pressure valves
    • Pressure relief valves
    • Pressure regulators
  • Directional control valves
    • way valve
    • way valve
    • way valve
    • way valve
  • Non-return valves
    • Non-return valve
    • Piloted non-return valve
    • Piloted double non-return valve
  • Flow control valves
    • Throttle valves
    • One-way flow control valve
    • Two-way flow control valve
  • Hydraulic cylinders
    • Single-acting cylinder
    • Double-acting cylinder
    • End position cushioning
  • Hydraulic motors
  • Accessories
    • Flexible hoses
    • Pipelines
    • Pressure gauges
    • Pressure sensors
    • Flow measuring instruments
  • 14 Accumulators
  •  

    .


     


    Days

    Course contents

    1

    Tasks of a hydraulic installation
     Fundamental physical principles of hydraulics
     Components of a hydraulic system

    2

      Components of the power supply section
    Pressure valves
    Pressure relief valves
    Exercise 1: Automatic lathe (Pump characteristic)
    Exercise 2: Package lifting device (Pressure relief valve characteristic)

    3

      Flow control valves
    Throttle valve
    Non-return valves
    Exercise 3: Drawing press (Hydraulic resistances)
    Hydraulic cylinders : Single-acting cylinder  , Double-acting cylinder
    Exercise 4: Calender feeding device - Application of a non-return valve.
    Use of a 2/2-way valve to control a single-acting cylinder.

    4

      Directional control valves
    2/2-way valve  , 3/2-way valve  , 4/2-way valve  , 4/3-way valve
    Exercise 5: Hardening furnace Single-acting cylinder
    Application of a 3/2-way valve. Determination of times
    Exercise 6: Furnace door control (Double-acting cylinder  ) Application of a 4/2-way valve. Determination of times
    Piloted non-return valve
    Exercise 7: Conveyor tensioning device (4/3-way valve with bypass to pump)

    5

      Accumulator
      Exercise 8: Cold-store door (Accumulator)
    Two-way flow control valve
    Exercise 9: Rotary machining station (Flow control valve and counter-holding)

    6

       Flow control valves
    Two-way flow control valve
     Exercise 10: Painting booth (Flow control valve characteristic)
      One – way flow control valve
    Exercise 11: Embossing machine (Application of a one-way flow control valve. Difference between flow control valve and throttle valve on the basis of a Concrete application.)

    7

    Exercise 12: Surface grinding machine (Differential circuit) Design and mode of operation of a differential circuit. Influence of piston areas on pressures
    Exercise 13: Drilling machine - Pressure regulator Design of a control circuit with reduced output pressure. Explanation of mode of operation of a 3-way pressure regulator.
    Exercise 14: Bulkhead door -Hydraulic clamping with a double-acting cylinder.
    Comparison of circuits with and without counter-holding.

    8

    Exercise 15: Ferry loading ramp Flow control valve in inlet and outlet lines
    Speed control circuit with tractive load. Comparison of circuits with flow control valves in the inlet line and outlet line respectively.
    Exercise 16: Bonding press Comparison of pressure regulator and –
    pressure relief valve
    Specification of pressure for a double-acting cylinder.
    Choice of either a pressure relief valve or a pressure regulator
    Exercise 17: Assembly device - Pressure sequence circuit, displacement-step

    9

    Exercise 18: Assembly device Calculation of forces associated with a double-acting cylinder Calculation of advance-stroke time of a cylinder piston.
    Calculation of pressure and time
    Final Exam

    Getting started with embedded systems (Level 1)
  • Introduction
  • Full C programming
  • Advanced C and data structures
  • Software engineering
  • Microcontroller unit architecture
  • Advanced embedded systems topics (Level 2)
  • Embedded C programming
  • Microcontroller interfacing
  • Robotics applications
  • Serial communication
  • Device drivers
  • Professional and expert embedded systems (Level 3)

    • Embedded Systems Design and Implementation
    • Testing for Embedded Systems
    • Real Time Operating Systems
    • Introduction to AutoSAR
    • Controller Area Networks (CAN)
    Professional and expert embedded systems (Level 3)

    • Embedded Systems Design and Implementation
    • Testing for Embedded Systems
    • Real Time Operating Systems
    • Introduction to AutoSAR
    • Controller Area Networks (CAN)
    Pneumatic Basic

    Training contents
    Physical fundamentals of pneumatics
    _ Function and application of pneumatic components
    _ Designation and drawing of pneumatic symbols
    _ Representation of motion sequences and switching statuses
    _ Drawing pneumatic circuit diagrams in accordance with standards
    _ Direct and indirect stroke-dependent control systems
    _ Logical AND/OR functions of the input signals
    _ Time-dependent control systems with time delay valve
    _ Pressure-dependent control systems with pressure sequence valves
    _ Fault finding in simple pneumatic control systems
    _ Safety regulations


    Days

    Course contents

    1

    Characteristics and applications of pneumatics
    Components of a pneumatic system
    Symbols and standards in pneumatics

    2

    Control systems with one cylinder
    Exercise 1 Allocating device
    Operation of a single-acting cylinder
    _ Direct actuation of a single-acting cylinder
    _ Use of a 3/2-way directional control valve
    _ Application of a service unit with on-off valve and manifold
    Exercise 2 Sorting device for metal stampings
    Direct actuation of a single-acting cylinder
    _ Operation of a 3/2-way push-button valve
    _ Connecting up and adjusting a one-way flow control valve
    _ Connecting up pressure gauges

    _ Exercise 3: Separating parcel post
    Realizing that directional control valves exist both in the normally
    closed and normally open position
    _ Setting a one-way flow control valve
    _ Understanding the function of a quick exhaust valve

    3

    Exercise 4: Vertical switching point for briquettes
    Direct actuation of a double-acting cylinder
    Operation of a 5/2-way valve with spring return and selector switch
    Exercise 5 : Edge folding device
    _ Indirect actuation of a double-acting cylinder
    _ Operation of a 5/2-way single pilot valve with spring return
    _ Application of a dual-pressure valve (AND-gate)
    _ Learning that a final control element can be influenced via an AND Connection
    Exercise 6: Marking machine
    Application of a shuttle valve (OR-gate)
    _ Realizing that an actuator can be influenced via an OR-connection as
    well as an AND connection
    _ Application of a 3/2-way roller lever valve

    4

     Exercise 7: Separating out plain pins
    Use of a time-delay valve with normal position closed
    _ Design and construction of a control system with continuous to and
    fro movement (continuous cycle)
    Exercise 8: Foil welding drum
    Operating a pressure regulator to limit the piston force
    _ Use of a pressure sequence valve
    _ Realization of a control system with single cycle and continuous cycle
    by means of a valve with selector switch
    Exercise 9 Switching point for work pieces
    _ Indirect actuation of a single-acting cylinder
    _ Supply and exhaust air flow control of a single-acting cylinder
    _ Development and construction of a self-latching circuit with “dominant
    off behaviour” (or “dominant on behaviour”)
    _ Familiarisation with the abbreviated notation used to show cylinder  movements

    5

    Exercise 10 Vibrator for paint buckets
    Application of a roller lever valve in the central position of the piston
    rod
    _ Realisation of a fast to and fro movement in the partial stroke range
    _ Recognise that the oscillating frequency can be according to the flow
    rate
    _ Construction of a pulse actuated signal input with a pneumatic memory
    (5/2-way pneumatic bi-stable valve)
    Control systems with parallel motions
    Exercise 11: Feed rail separator
    Indirect control of two double-acting cylinders by one final control valve
    _ Design and assembly of a latching circuit with “dominant off behaviour”
    _ Establishing a back-up circuit for a time delay valve
    _ (Recognizing the problems arising when cylinders are connected in
    parallel at low pressure)
    Exercise 12: Welding machine for thermoplastics
    Indirect actuation of two double-acting cylinders with two final control valves
    _ Use of a 5/2-way double pilot valve as control valve
    _ Parallel movement of two cylinders through adjustable exhaust air restriction
    _ Establishing an AND-function through a dual-pressure valve and through connecting roller lever valves in series

    6

    Control systems with two actuators
    Exercise 14: Compactor for domestic rubbish
    Learning how to interpret a displacement-step diagram with signal
    lines to VDI 3260
    _ Indirect activation of two cylinders with two final control valves
    _ Controlling the motion sequence with three roller lever valves
    _ Operating a pressure sequence valve
    Exercise 15: Clamping camera housings
    Indirect activation of two cylinders with two final control valves
    _ Limitation of the maximum piston thrust through adjustment of working pressure
    _ Use of 3/2-way roller lever valve with idle return for signal cut-out
    _ Utilization of a pneumatically actuated optical indicator
    _ (Recognizing the problems arising from locked-on pilot signals –
    (signal cut-out)
    _ (Unassisted recording of the displacement-time diagram)
    _ (Recognizing the functioning of a reversing valve)


    7

    Control systems with reversing valves
    Exercise 16: Input station for laser cutter
    Indirect activation of two cylinders with two final control valves
    _ Application of a reversing valve for switching off signals
    _ Re-arrangement of the teaching content of preceding exercises
    _ (Unassisted recording of the displacement-time diagram)
    _ (Recognising advantages and disadvantages of alternative circuits
    Exercise 17: Partial automation of an internal grinder
    _ Indirect activation of two cylinders with two final control elements
    _ Designing and building a control system with two reversing valvesfor
    cancelling signals
    _ Re-arrangement of teaching content of previous exercises
    _ (Recognizing the advantages and disadvantages of alternative circuits)
    Exercise 18: Drilling machine with four spindles
    Designing and constructing a control system with three reversing
    valves
    _ Re-arrangement of training content of previous exercises
    _ Independent formulation of the solution description
    _ (Realizing the advantages and disadvantages of alternative circuits

    8

    Exercise 19: Drilling machine with gravity feed magazine
    _ Drawing up the abbreviated notation with division into groups
    _ Indirect control of two double-acting cylinders and a single-acting cylinder
    each with final control valve
    _ Design and construction of a control system with a reversing valve
    _ Re-arrangement of training content of previous exercises
    Exercise 20: Pneumatic counter
    Indirect control of two double-acting cylinders via two final control
    valves
    _ Solve the “black box problem” which has been set
    _ Application of the logic operations AND and OR
    _ (Design and construction of a pulse oscillator

    9

    Final Exam

    لمشاهدة فيديو حول التراك إضغط هنا


       
     
    Label