AutoCAD Electrical 2011 for Electrical Control Designers
The AutoCAD Electrical 2011 for Electrical Control Designers
textbook has been written to assist the engineering students and the practicing designers learn the application of various AutoCAD Electrical tools and options for creating 2D industrial controls. After reading this textbook, the users will be able to create professional electrical-control drawings easily and effectively. Moreover, the users will be able to automate various control engineering tasks such as building circuits, numbering wires, creating bills of materials, and many more. The textbook takes the users across a wide spectrum of electrical control drawings through progressive examples, comprehensive illustrations, and ample exercises, thereby making it an ideal guide for both the novice and the advanced users.
Salient Features of the Textbook Consists of 14 chapters that are organized in a pedagogical sequence covering various concepts of AutoCAD Electrical such as schematic drawings, parametric and non-parametric PLC modules, stand-alone PLC I/O points, ladder diagrams, and so on One chapter entirely based on tutorials has been added to help the students practice the concepts learned in the textbook The first page of every chapter summarizes the topics that will be covered in it Every topic begins with the command section that provides brief information of the AutoCAD Electrical 2011 ribbon, toolbars, menu bar, and commands Step-by-step examples are provided to guide the users through the learning process Additional information is provided throughout the textbook in the form of tips and notes Self-Evaluation test is provided at the end of each chapter so that the users can assess their knowledge. Also, the Review Questions and Exercises are given at the end of each chapter that can be used by the Instructors as test questions and exercises
Free Teaching and Learning Resources
CADCIM Technologies provides the following Free Teaching and Learning Resources with this textbook: Technical support by contacting [email protected] Drawing files used in illustrations, examples, and exercises. Customizable PowerPoint presentations of every chapter in this textbook. Instructor s guide providing solutions to review questions and exercises.
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