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How to Use Automation Studio 6.0 for Circuit Design and Simulation
Automation Studio 6.0 is a powerful software that allows you to design, simulate, test and troubleshoot electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and PLC circuits. It also helps you to create documentation, training materials and maintenance manuals for your projects. Automation Studio 6.0 is a multi-user environment that supports collaboration and role management among engineers and technicians.
In this article, we will show you how to use Automation Studio 6.0 for circuit design and simulation. We will use an example of a hydraulic circuit that controls a double-acting cylinder with a directional control valve.
Step 1: Create a New Project
To create a new project in Automation Studio 6.0, follow these steps:
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Launch Automation Studio 6.0 and click on File > New > Project.
Enter a name for your project and select a location to save it.
Select the Hydraulic technology and click on OK.
A new project window will open with a blank workspace.
Step 2: Add Components to the Workspace
To add components to the workspace, follow these steps:
Click on the Library tab on the left side of the window and expand the Hydraulic category.
Drag and drop the components you need from the library to the workspace. For our example, we will need a pump, a tank, a pressure relief valve, a directional control valve, a double-acting cylinder and some pipes.
Arrange the components on the workspace as shown in the figure below.
Step 3: Connect the Components
To connect the components, follow these steps:
Click on the Connect tool on the toolbar and select the Pipe option.
Click on the ports of the components you want to connect and drag the pipe to the desired position.
Release the mouse button when you reach another port or an empty space.
Repeat this process until you have connected all the components as shown in the figure above.
Step 4: Configure the Components
To configure the components, follow these steps:
Double-click on each component to open its properties window.
Change the parameters of each component according to your specifications. For our example, we will use the following values:
Pump: Flow rate = 10 L/min, Pressure = 100 bar
Tank: Volume = 50 L
Pressure relief valve: Cracking pressure = 80 bar
Directional control valve: Type = 4/3 closed center, Solenoid A = ON, Solenoid B = OFF
Double-acting cylinder: Bore = 50 mm, Rod = 25 mm, Stroke = 200 mm
Click on OK to save the changes and close the properties window.
Step 5: Run the Simulation
To run the simulation, follow these steps:
Click on the Simulation tab on the top of the window and select Start Simulation.
The simulation will start and you will see the flow of fluid in the pipes and the movement of the cylinder.
You can change the state of the solenoids by clicking on them and observe how it affects the direction of the cylinder.
You can also measure various parameters such as pressure, flow rate, speed and force by using the instruments available in the Simulation tab.
To stop the simulation, click on Stop Simulation. 0efd9a6b88