In the lecture an introduction to the commercial software LabVIEW is given. Special emphasis is placed on control and safety of experimental set-ups as well as on automation of safety and sampling procedures. The lectures include several practical examples to help acquire a basic knowledge of LabVIEW programming and application.
The students can demonstrate how LabVIEW is used in general as a software tool for the control, safety and automation of chemical plants and experimental set-ups. Such knowledge is particularly relevant for a chemical engineer and may prove useful for a chemical engineering student when carrying out an experimental Bachelor/Master Thesis. The students can independently write simple LabVIEW programmes for data acquisition and the control of laboratory plant.
|Exam||Written (3 assignments) - 60 min |
|Preliminaries||General: Admission requirements for the courses of the second and subsequent semesters are defined in § 9 paragraph 7 of the Examination Regulations; The Examination Committee decides on any exceptions in the case of required courses. |
Special: Basic programming skills
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