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I was just making sure we got the full details for members to respond to, in the real world there is so much more to consider and regulations to implement usually, regulations that can effect the whole design from the start, this is clearly just asking for a basic concept of a time delayed step procedure assuming they want you to use basic timer relays and contactors and auxiliary contacts to achieve the design.
You will probably want to utilise timer relays which can do a dual function IE a settable delay on and settable delay off in the same control line, many models will only let you choose one or the other or just having 4 seperate units would achieve the same, again in the real world cost is to be considered but not here.
Ideally you would employ the use of a PLC and write a very simple logic program but the method you choose is relevant to what stage of the course you are in and whether you have covered some option yet or not, only you know that.
We could give a clever design but it won't really be suitable for your course if you haven't covered it, your tutor will be looking to see if you understand what has been covered so that is where your design needs to come from.
 

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