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Automation

1. Program Description

Automation Major program aims to cultivate international Automation engineering technology applied talents with humanistic quality and innovative spirit by preparing students to be competent, productive and innovative engineers, designers, researchers and administrators. After graduation from this program, the students should become high-level professional talents with profound basic theories and sound specialized knowledge in automatic control theory and system, they can Engaged in automation theory, technology and system of scientific research, product development, engineering design and teaching.

2. Program Duration and Credit

This is a four-year undergraduate program, which can be completed within a minimum of three years and a maximum of seven years.

A total of 170 credits are required upon the completion of the program.

3. Curriculum

Four modules of courses are offered for the program: General Education Curriculum, Basic Curriculum, Essential Curriculum, and Elective Curriculum. The General Education, Basic and Essential curricula are compulsory for a Bachelor’s degree.

The Elective Curriculum in the list includes extended disciplinary courses offered by the school into which an individual student is admitted, as well as cross disciplinary courses offered by other schools. Students can choose the extended and cross disciplinary courses according to their personal interests and career plans; however, credits should be approved by the School.

(1)General Education Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

100010251001

Ideological and Moral Cultivation

3

1

 

100010251002

Outline of Modern Chinese History

2

2

 

100010251003

Introduction to the Basic Principles of Marxism

3

2

 

100010251004

Introduction to Mao Zedong Thought and Theory System of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

6

3

 

100010251005

Situation and Policy

2

5,6

 

100010051001-4

Basic English(1)(2)(3)(4)

12

1,2,3,4

 

100010131100

University Physical Education

1

1

 

100010131200

College of Physical Education

1

2

 

 

College Sports Courses(1) (2)

2

3,4

 

100010191002

Computer Information Technology(Science and Engineering)

4

1

 

100010991001

Defense Education (including military theory, military skills training)

2

1

 

100010991002

Career Planning and Development of College students

1

2

 

 

Humanity and Society

2

 

10(Students of this major study other five courses except “Science, Technology and Society” )

 

Science, Technology and Society

2

 

 

Art and Life

2

 

 

Politics and Law

2

 

 

China and the World

2

 

 

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2

 

(2) Basic Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

100701062101

Advanced Mathematics A(I)

6

1

 

100701062102

Advanced Mathematics A(II)

6

2

 

100010072101

College Physics B (I)

3

2

 

100010072102

College Physics B (II)

2

3

 

100010072103

College Physics Experiment 1 (I)

0.5

2

Practice course

100010072104

College Physics Experiment 1 (I)

0.5

3

Practice course

100010191003

C Programming Language

4

2

Including 1 practice credit

100701062109

Complex Variable Function and Integral Transform

3

3

 

100701062108

Lineal Algebra

3

2

 

100800202201

Mechanical Drawing B

4

1

Including 1 practice credit

100800202203

Engineering Practice B

2

3

Practice course

100806212207

Introduction and discussion of Automation Specialty

2

1

Including 0.5 practice credit

100800212292

Electrician Practice

1

2

Practice course

100800212201

Electric Circuits*

5

3

 

100800212291

Electric Circuits Experiment

1

3

Practice course

100800212202

Analogy Electronics*

4

3

Including 0.5 practice credit

100800212203

Digital Electronics*

4

4

Including 1.5 practice credit

100800212293

Electronic Comprehensive Practice

2

4

Practice course

100800212204

Principle of Automatic Control*

4

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

100800212205

Principle of Microcomputer and Interface Technology*

4

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

100800212294

Practice of the Principle of Microcomputer and Interface Technology

1

5

Practice course

(3) Essential Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

100808213027

PLC Control Technology

3

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808213109

Practice of PLC Control Technology

1

6

Practice course

100808213028

Sensor Technology

2

4

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808213029

Computer Control System

2.5

7

Including 0.5 practice credit (Industrial control pathway)

100808213030

Detecting and controlling instrument

4.5

6

Including 1 practice credit ( Industrial control pathway)

100808213031

Process control engineering

3.5

7

Including 0.5 practice credit ( Industrial control pathway)

100808213032

An Introduction to Advanced Process Control

2

5

Including 9 practice class hours( Industrial control pathway)

100808213033

Distributed control system A

2.5

7

Including 0.5 practice credit ( Industrial control pathway)

100808213110

Practice of Distributed control system

1

7

Practice course

100808213111

Practice of Industrial Control

2

7

Practice course

100806213020

Power Electronics

3

5

Including 0.5 practice credit (Industrial electrical pathway)

100806213103

Practice of Power Electronics

1

6

Practice course

100808213034

Electric and Intelligent Building

4.5

6

Including 0.5 practice credit (Industrial electrical pathway)

100808213024

AC and DC Motor Drive Control System

4.5

7

Including 1 practice credit (Industrial electrical pathway)

100808213035

Distributed control system B

2

7

Including 9 practice class hours(Industrial electrical pathway)

100808213112

Practice of Electric and Intelligent Building

1

6

Practice course (Industrial electrical pathway)

100808213113

Curriculum design of electrical automation

2

7

Practice course (Industrial electrical pathway)

100808213096

Graduation practice

2

8

Practice course

100808213097

Graduation design

4

8

Practice course

(4) Elective Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

100800214036

New Technology Lecture

2

2

 

100800214114

Innovation Practice

2

4(Any term from 4th to 7th)

Practice course

100712062101

Probability and Statistics

5

4

 

100808214067

Specialized English for Automation

2

5

 

100808214068

Morden Control Theory

2.5

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808214069

Principle of process system

2

4

(Industrial control pathway)

100808214070

Industrial robot technology

3

4

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808214071

CAD modeling and reverse engineering

2.5

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808214072

Intelligent manufacturing technology

2.5

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

100803213015

Virtual instrument design technique

2.5

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

100800214044

Signals and systems

3

4

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808214074

Control Motor

2

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

100803214046

Modern detection technology

2

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808214075

3D printing technology

3.5

4

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808214115

Practice of 3D printing technology

2

4

Practice course

100806214061

Principle and application of frequency conversion

2

7

Including 0.5 practice credit

100800214040

VB program design

2

3

Including 1 practice credit

100800214039

Network technology and its application

2

3

 

100800214041

MATLAB program and its application

2

5

Including 1 practice credit

100800214042

DSP technology and its application

2.5

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

100800214043

The principle and application of embedded system

2.5

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

100803213017

Digital signal processing

2.5

 

 

100803214049

Digital image processing

2

6

 

100806214062

Electrical Machinery & Towage

4.5

4

Including 0.5 practice credit (Industrial electrical pathway)

100806214063

Power supply and distribution technology foundation

3

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

100806214059

New energy and energy saving technology

2

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

100808214076

Construction equipment

3

5

(Industrial electrical pathway)

(Note: 1. Odd-number semesters are the fall semesters and even-number semesters are the spring semesters in each academic year.

      2. The asterisk * marks a core course.)

4. Core Courses and Introductions

100800212201   Electric Circuits Accounting      (5.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

Electric circuits course is a special basic course. The main contents of this course are shown as the following.

(1) Basic concepts and basic law of electric circuit.

(2) Analysis methods of circuit: branch current method, mesh current method, nod voltage method and loop current method.

(3) Circuit theorems: Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem.

In the course,students are expected to master the basic concept, basic law of electric circuits and analysis methods of circuit such as classical solution of dynamic circuit, complex frequency domain method of dynamic circuit. Students should have the ability to analyze DC circuit, AC circuit and dynamic circuit including Sinusoidal alternating circuit;, resonant circuit, mutual inductive coupled circuit, three-phase AC circuit and two port network.

In one word, through this course study, students will master the knowledge and abilities which are necessary in the follow-up courses or in engineering and technical work.

100800212202  Analogy Electronics Accounting    (4.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

This course introduces basic concepts of electronic systems and signals, basic analog concepts, basic semiconductor devices, analog electronic circuits and applications. The contents of this course include diode circuits, BJT amplifiers, FET amplifiers, power amplifiers, operational circuits constructed by IC op-amp such as summation circuits, integrated circuits, filtering circuits and voltage comparators, signal generation circuits, DC regulated power supply circuits. The frequency response of amplifier circuits, feedback amplifier configurations and their characteristics are also discussed in detail.

Through this course, students are expected to master the basic theory of analog electronic technology and basic knowledge. In this course, students are obtained basic skill training to master the basic method of analysis and design of electronic circuits and practice ability to lay a good foundation for further study of the follow-up courses and further knowledge in electronics. Students will be cultivated to be applied talents with a strong ability of innovation and application practice.

100800212203    Digital Electronics Accounting    (4.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

Digital Electronic is a core course for students in electrical engineering. It covers basic digital concepts,number systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates, combinational logic circuit analysis and design, introduction to combinational MSI (encoder, decoder, multiplexer, adder and comparator), Flip-flops, sequential logic circuit analysis and design, implementation of sequential logic with MSI synchronous and asynchronous counters, shift registers, 555 timer, A/D and D/A converters, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot digital circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment

Through this course, students are expected to master the basic theory of digital electronic technology and basic knowledge. In this course, students are obtained basic skill training to master the basic method of analysis and design of electronic circuits and practice ability to lay a good foundation for further study of the follow-up courses and further knowledge in electronics. Students will be cultivated to be applied talents with a strong ability of innovation and application practice.

100800212204  Principle of Automatic Control Accounting    (4.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

The course of “principle of automatic control” is a basic course for students majoring in Electrical Engineering. This course formulates basic theory and application of automatic control. In this course, the methods to establish mathematical model and its structure diagrams are introduced as well as the basic concept of automatic control. The core contents of this course include Time-domain analysis method, frequency-domain analysis method, root locus method and correction and design method for linear system. For nonlinear system, the describing function analysis method is given.

Through lectures and experiments in this course, students can fully understand the composition and classification of the automatic control system, grasp the basic theory of automatic control, typical analytical methods, correction and design methods. So that students are equipped with essential knowledge of system modeling, system stability analysis and dynamic analysis and control system preliminary design. This can lay a solid foundation for student’s theoretical research and engineering design and in future.

100800212205  Principle of Microcomputer and Interface Technology Accounting    (4.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

This course aims to teach basic principles, structures and operating paradigms of 51- Series Single Chip Microcontroller. On the side of hardware, students will understand how to operate I/O port, programmable functions, and external equipment. On the side of software, it teaches assembly language instructions for 51-series Microcontroller, and enables students to write simple applications. This course leads students into the field of microcontroller applications, and prepares students for the designing of a variety of intelligent products.

Starting from basic knowledge of computers, this course combines the basic principles of microcomputer and Single Chip Microcontrollers. Based on the most widely-used 80C51 Single Chip Microcontroller, it demonstrates systematic structures and operational principles of Single Chip Microcontroller. It introduces typical function units, system extension and configuration method. Finally, it discusses designing methods of Single-Chip-integrated applications by giving application examples. The contents of this course include: basic information of microcomputer, basic structure and operating principles of single chip microcontroller, instruction system and software design by assembly language, organization of semiconductor memory, program memory for single chip microcontroller, the expansion of the data storage technology, and parallel interface extension technology.

100808213027  PLC control technology    (3.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

"PLC control technology" is a primary and practical course for the automation major, which is about the integrated applications of various automatic technologies. Combined with the relay control technology, PLC control technology and the industry network technology, PLC control technology has become one of the mainstream technologies of modern control industries.

From the basic theories and engineering applications, "PLC control technology" course systematically studies the programming methods and application skills of Mitsubishi FX2N PLC. First, the fundamental and selective principles of low-voltage electrical equipments are understood; then the system configuration, working principle and types of instructions and programming methods of FX2N PLC are mastered. Lastly, students will learn how to analyze, design and program for the control systems and various equipments by using PLC. Rigorously and systematically, students are trained through the course experiments, the course practices, senior thesis and other practical process. Meanwhile, students will obtain PLC programming and application abilities that will provide solid foundation for accepting and accomplishing engineering tasks in practice in the future.

100808213028  Sensor technology  (2.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

“Sensor technology “is one of automation required course. The purpose of this course is to help students through this course, a comprehensive understanding of the mechanism of a variety of sensors to detect and conversion circuit analysis, calculation, adjustment and design methods for future work lay the foundation for the application of sensor technology. The basic course includes: basic concepts of measurement, measurement data processing; sensor position and role, definition, classification, development trends, the choice of principles, general characteristics and some basic knowledge; introduced strain sensors, inductive sensors, capacitive sensors, piezoelectric sensors, photoelectric sensors, semiconductor sensors, and other types of sensors working principle, the sensor structure, the main parameter, test circuit, typical applications.

 100808213030  Detecting and controlling instrument (4.50 cr.)

Prerequisites:

This course is an important professional course of automation specialty. Through the  experiments of the course, the students are requested to master the common process parameter measurement technology, principles and structures of detecting and controlling instruments; master the calibration of detecting and controlling instruments, testing of performance indicators and instrument error analysis method. The course intends to enable the primary design and application of detecting and controlling system composed of detecting and controlling instruments and other steps based on the knowledge of detection technology and controlling device principles.

100808213031  Process control engineer  (3.50 cr.)

Prerequisites:

 All kinds of typical control scheme is introduced, and the characteristics application and points for attention of the control scheme are proposed. The design method, parameter tuning and implementation measure of control scheme should be learned. Students should also familiar with industrial processes in four typical unit operations, understand the structure, characteristic and working principle of unit operation of main equipment, so they can independent design and implement reasonable control scheme.

100808213033   Distributed control system A   (2.50 cr.)

Prerequisites:

"Total distributed control system--DCS", a main special course for the automation major, is a comprehensive application of several automation techniques which has strong practice. Combined with various latest technologies like the computer technology, control technology and network technology etc., DCS has become one of today’s mainstream computer control systems based network, and is a required course for engineering technical staff concerning industry control.

 From the basic theories and engineering applications, "Total distributed control system---DCS" course systematically studies the system network architectures, software and hardware configurations and engineering application design of Zhejiang SUPERCON WebField JX-300XP DCS. Firstly, the fundamental, network configurations and engineering design procedures of DCS are understood; then the system hardware and software composition, control station selection and project design, various monitoring maintaining pictures constitution and operation, and engineer’s building design and engineering applications of JX-300XP DCS are mastered. Lastly, students will learn how to proceed on engineering building, parameter setting and the field commissioning etc. for specific controlled objects and various equipments by using DCS.字典 By doing the course experiments, the course practices, senior thesis and other practical processes, students could get strict training for practical operation to obtain DCS engineering building design and application abilities, which will provide solid foundation for real engineering tasks in the future.

100806213020  Power Electronics  (3.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:

Power Electronics is a major basic course of Electric technology specialty. Power Electronics is a subject which can realize the control and transformation of electric power by using electric semiconductor devices and it is an interdisciplinary science between electric power, electronics and control, so it is widely used in industry, transport, electric power and etc. Having follow this course, students would master the basic principle, control method, design calculation and experiment ability of each power electronic converter. This course mainly includes: power electronics devices, four power electronic converter, PWM control technology and soft switch technology.  Experiments can help students understand better.

100808213034  Electric and Intelligent Building (4.50 cr.)

Prerequisites:

Intelligent building is the inevitable product of the information age, which is related to multi fields in high-tech. It contains the communication network technology, computer technology, automation technology, fire and security technology, integrated wiring, and systems integration technology. Application of these technology in building are discussed in detail in the course. Economic operation of construction equipment ,such as the central air conditioning system and lighting control systems, will be discussed, and the purpose is to optimize these system, and to achieve energy saving. The application of Integrated wiring technology in buildings makes it possible that application of information technology and intelligent building management. Computers and automation technology is used to operate and maintain construction equipment, which makes the buildings reduce operating and maintenance costs significantly, and the number of management and technical personnel. Smart card technology provides owners with convenient, fast, and quality service. Security and fire technology make the owners a sense of security and increase well-being index significantly.

100806213024  AC and DC Motor Drive Control System (4.50 cr.)

Prerequisites:

This course mainly introduces the current widely used in industrial production of all kinds of ac/dc motor drive control system.Ac/dc motor drive control system main content includes: single closed loop dc motor drive control system; Speed and current double closed loop dc motor drive control system; Digital control of dc motor drive control system; Reversible dc motor drive control system; Based on the steady-state model of induction motor drive control system; Based on the dynamic model of the asynchronous motor drive control system; Double-fed wound rotor induction drive control system and Variable voltage variable frequency synchronous motor drive control system. Teaching, the torque and flux linkage control law as the main line, pay attention to basic concept and basic analysis method is introduced, emphasis on theory with practice, pay attention to the cultivation of practical ability and innovation ability.

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