Field Bus Foundation :
    State-of-the-art Technology,
    Feasibility and Practicability

                              ...
Essar Group - Mission



To create enduring value for customers and stakeholders in core
manufacturing    and      service...
Businesses
                                                                Essar Group


                                 ...
Energy



                  From Rig to Retail
      Essar Oil is a fully-integrated oil company of
            internatio...
Aligning Performance Improvement
      Opportunities with Business Objectives




$$$             Field Bus Foundation
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Support of Engineering and Project
    Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
    1. Purchase Specification
        •...
Support of Engineering and Project
    Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
    Capital Expenditure CAPEX Excellenc...
Support of Engineering and Project
    Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
    1. Level of Redundancy


        P...
Support of Engineering and Project
    Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
    1. Segment components
     Essenti...
Support of Engineering and Project
     Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
     1. FF Segment design
      Optim...
Support of Engineering and Project
     Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
     1. Error Management (monitor and ...
Support of Engineering and Project
     Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
     1. Hardware Selection & Installat...
Support of Engineering and Project
      Management Consultancy in Field Bus System:
      1. Hardware Selection & Install...
Support of Engineering and Licensers:
     Capital Expenditure CAPEX Excellence:
     1. Loop identification:
         • P...
Support of Engineering and Licensers:
     Identification of control loops that can be considered in FFB:

     Super Crit...
Support of Engineering and Licensers:
     •   Semi Critical Control Loops

     (Level 2) Failure of a level 2 loops will...
User’s perspective:
     General Consideration for the use of FF in Essar:
        Field Bus is not used for Separator pr...
Fb      Type – 2            Type – 3
  Type – 1           (Two device        (Three device
(One device           per outpu...
Device Manufacturer in Field Bus systems:


     1. Hardware design & Level of Redundancy
     2. Software
     3. Commiss...
System & Device Manufacture support:

     1. Hardware design & Level of Redundancy
     Easy cable connection of H1 card...
Device Replacement

     1. Software
     Device Replacement by Operator
        Quick Auto replacement
        From Ope...
DD file addition & Device Configuration

     1. Software
     Ability to Add DD Files Integrated into Engineering tool
  ...
Device management in Field Bus:
     1. Commissioning Tools
     • Device Checking software (Maintenance /
       Manageme...
Easy Commissioning and Help
     1. Commissioning Tools
Commission device without pre-configuration
    Easy way to add a...
Device Management:
TAF                    Device on FF-H1 Bus Information                           Basic Information     ...
Device Management:

Device on FF-H1 Bus Information                            Basic Information                          ...
Device Management:
Device on FF-H1 Bus Information                           Basic Information                            ...
Device Management:
Device on FF-H1 Bus Information                           Basic Information                            ...
Device Management:

Device on FF-H1 Bus Information                           Basic Information                           ...
Device Management:

Device on FF-H1 Bus Information                           Basic Information                           ...
Support for Network Design


      Network Safe and Trouble Free operation
      Network System Design & Layout
      Ne...
Fundamental considerations/Fault Avoidance

     Information collection and safely processing
                            ...
Fundamental considerations/Fault Avoidance

     Design Considerations / Fault Avoidance

                                ...
Networking at Multiple layers
     Multilayer Safety
          Network

          Operating System

          Applicati...
Networking at Multiple layers
     Design of Safety in communication systems
     1. Safe communication over a bus alone d...
Networking at Multiple layers
     Reason of Failure in networking:
     1. Mis-configured Fire wall
     2. Connection of...
Networking at Multiple layers
     Use of Robust and Proven Fire wall:
     Protection from alien control networks
     Pr...
Operational Excellence (OpX)

                      Asset                          Production                          Saf...
Asset management:
     Easy Commissioning and Easy Life




                     2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference
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Asset management:
     Easy Troubleshooting and Easy Life




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End User Conf. Mumbai (19.06.09)

  1. 1. Field Bus Foundation : State-of-the-art Technology, Feasibility and Practicability Jasbir Singh Essar Oil Jamnagar jasbirsingh@essar.com 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 1 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  2. 2. Essar Group - Mission To create enduring value for customers and stakeholders in core manufacturing and service businesses, through world-class operating standards, state-of-the-art technology and the ‘positive attitude’ of our people 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 2 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  3. 3. Businesses Essar Group Shipping Ports Steel Energy Power Communications Projects & Logistics Essar Steel Ltd Essar Oil Essar Power / Vodafone Essar Essar Shipping Essar Construction 4.6 MTPA integrated 12.5 MTPA refinery Bhander Power 60 million subscribers Fleet of 26 vessels, - Engineering steel plant complex 1,015 MW combined DWT of 1.49 mn - Fabrication cycle Essar Telecom - Construction Essar Steel (Hazira) Over 1,000 retail Infrastructure Vadinar Oil Terminal 4 MTPA integrated outlets Vadinar Power 3,500 telecom towers Terminal facility of 32 steel plant 125 MW co-generation; operational; 20,000 MTPA – Liquid Cargo Fully geared to execute (under implementation) Refinery expansion to expanding to 1250 MW planned by 2010 turnkey EPC jobs in 34 MTPA in two Bulk Terminal India and overseas Essar Steel Orissa phases Essar Power MP The MobileStore Dry bulk port facilities 6 MTPA pellet plant 1,200 MW coal based Over 1,300 outlets Essar Offshore (under implementation) Exploration & (under implementation) operational; 2,500 Essar Oilfields Subsea Production Assets planned by 2010 A drilling company with Expertise in marine Algoma Steel, Canada E&P rights in valuable Essar Power Gujarat 13 rigs construction 4.0 MTPA integrated oil & gas blocks in 1,200 MW coal based Aegis - BPO steel plant India and abroad (under implementation) 30,000 people in offices Essar Logistics Global Supplies in the Philippines, Costa Owns and operates (UAE) FZE Minnesota Steel Essar Power Rica, USA and India transshipment assets Global procurement 6 MTPA pellet plant Jharkhand company (planned) 1,200 MW coal based BPL Mobile (under implementation) More than 1.8 million 1.4 billion tonne iron subscribers Heavy Engineering ore reserves Services PT Essar Indonesia Project Management 0.4 MTPA cold rolling Consultants complex Asia’s largest equipment bank 200207 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 3 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  4. 4. Energy From Rig to Retail Essar Oil is a fully-integrated oil company of international standard and scale 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 4 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  5. 5. Aligning Performance Improvement Opportunities with Business Objectives $$$ Field Bus Foundation provides the way to bridge the gap between business goals and specific Plant performance factors 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 5 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  6. 6. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: 1. Purchase Specification • Data Sheets • Technical note 2. Design Basis • Standard Specification • Design Guidelines • Design Notes • Simple Safety guidelines / documentations • FAT Guidelines • Error Measurement and control guidelines • Installation, commissioning procedure and Check Sheets 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 6 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  7. 7. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: Capital Expenditure CAPEX Excellence (Lowest Cost of ownership): 1. Level of Redundancy 2. Selection of Segment components 3. Optimum FF Segment design 4. Error measurement and Control 5. Hardware selection for Installation 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 7 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  8. 8. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: 1. Level of Redundancy  Probability of failure  Recovery time  Loss per failure  Level of Confidence 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 8 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  9. 9. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: 1. Segment components  Essential component selection and design for use • Remote I/O • Field barriers • Surge Protector • Repeaters  Defines rules for  Selecting and installing FISCO networks  Rule for additional components to increase safety factor • Redundant FISCO Power supply • Free ports in Field barrier • Additional Empty segments  Selection of devices based on requirement • LAS function • PID function • Local display 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 9 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  10. 10. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: 1. FF Segment design  Optimize number of Devices per segment (use of segment design software)  Control loop devices in same segment (optimum loop performance)  Use of multiple information (multivariable devices)  Device selection proper to hazardous area classification only  Use updated changes in standards and hazardous area practice  Guidelines for selection between Explosion proof & Intrinsic safe System / Devices  Use of Ex ic/FNICO (Fieldbus Non-Incendive Concept) for Zone 2 hazardous areas 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 10 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  11. 11. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: 1. Error Management (monitor and control)  Design  Development  Implementation  Maintenance 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 11 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  12. 12. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: 1. Hardware Selection & Installation  Good Installation practices of Field barriers / Segment Protector  Close to Main cable duct / tray  Easy termination  Hazardous area and weather protection  Installation of device at ground level based on process requirement – should not be made as General Rule  Use of optical fiber for long distance data transfer  Revamping plant • Use of hybrid positioner with existing valve • Verify the interference issue and use of existing cables • Use of Hybrid concept for plant revamping 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 12 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  13. 13. Support of Engineering and Project Management Consultancy in Field Bus System: 1. Hardware Selection & Installation Cont.: Requirements: Solutions, Benefits: long distance (up to > 8000 m)  remote I/O  fiber optic hazardous locations  remote I/O for Zone 2 with IS inputs/ outputs high amb temperature (>50 °C)  special „cabinet“ design high availability  redundancy  fiber optic ring structure HART + FF  connect remote I/O to DCS´s HART + FF management tool IS and non IS signals  handled by remote I/O 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 13 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  14. 14. Support of Engineering and Licensers: Capital Expenditure CAPEX Excellence: 1. Loop identification: • Philosophy for Super critical, critical, semi critical and non critical loops of plant • Simple close loop • Open loop • Transmitters (devices) with indicator / without indicator • Local indicator with multiple parameters 2. Physical Location of devices in field 3. Physical Location field bus barrier in field 4. Use strength of other field bus such as ASi, devicenet or others 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 14 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  15. 15. Support of Engineering and Licensers: Identification of control loops that can be considered in FFB: Super Critical Control Loops: Fast response loops are considered in super critical loops eg. Anti surge loops, Drum level control etc causing safety concern and / or major equipment damage. • Critical Control Loops • Semi Critical Control Loops • Non Critical Control loops • Critical Control Loops: (Level 1) Failure of level 1 loops will result in a total system trip, causing a shutdown of the entire unit, or other unavoidable losses. Normal Valve failure mode is to be used for this classification. 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 15 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  16. 16. Support of Engineering and Licensers: • Semi Critical Control Loops (Level 2) Failure of a level 2 loops will result in a total system trip, causing a shutdown of the entire unit, or other unavoidable losses. However, the Level 2 valve’s process dynamics allows time for the quick recovery from the failure, either by quickly fixing a fault or by taking manual control. The material and energy capacity of associated vessels, geographic location, and elevation/accessibility of such a valves should be considered. The difference in Level 1 and Level 2 valves are dependent on operations ability to respond to single failure. • Non Critical Loops: (Level 3) Failure of this valve will not result in any short term risk of total unit shutdown or major operation loses. Level 3 valves can go to their fail position without requiring immediate operator action. 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 16 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  17. 17. User’s perspective: General Consideration for the use of FF in Essar:  Field Bus is not used for Separator pressure control and reciprocating makeup gas pressure control loops, because of all the split ranges and signal selectors involved in those loops  Field Bus is not used Steam FI, steam generator LIC and BFW FIC on steam generators  Field Bus is not used for Anti-surge, etc. as those types of controllers may required faster response times.  Field Bus is not used in shutdown systems or for complex control loops. 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 17 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  18. 18. Fb Type – 2 Type – 3 Type – 1 (Two device (Three device (One device per output) per output) per output) Fb Power Fb Conditioner T - ON Bulk Power Supply Safe Area Hazardous Area 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference Barrier-Fb Field18 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  19. 19. Device Manufacturer in Field Bus systems: 1. Hardware design & Level of Redundancy 2. Software 3. Commissioning Tools 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 19 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  20. 20. System & Device Manufacture support: 1. Hardware design & Level of Redundancy Easy cable connection of H1 card with Field bus power supply and replacement on fault Rugged construction of FF components for easy cabinet mounting and resistance to shock and vibration Robust field-proven and reliable Field Bus components LEDs indicators to identify failed module, Hot swapping of components to allow replacement under power Support multiple LAS devices FF Basic-to-LM device wizard “Safe” way to enable/disable Backup LAS Provides wizard to step through sequence 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 20 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  21. 21. Device Replacement 1. Software Device Replacement by Operator  Quick Auto replacement  From Operator Station or Engineering Station  Support for: o like device, and, o like devices with revisions 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 21 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  22. 22. DD file addition & Device Configuration 1. Software Ability to Add DD Files Integrated into Engineering tool  Easy tool for adding DD files  Easy Parameter Data Entry tool to edit  New DD file for similar devices should be possible to be used with existing devices Code Download  Allows upgrading devices on-line  Includes enhancements to current capability and file management Easy device Configuration  Plug and play tool for device addition  Device configuration wizard 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 22 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  23. 23. Device management in Field Bus: 1. Commissioning Tools • Device Checking software (Maintenance / Management Tool) • Configuration changes from DCS • Calibration from DCS • Maintain Audit trail of devices • Taking device signature at the time of initial startup • Workshop tools for FF 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 23 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  24. 24. Easy Commissioning and Help 1. Commissioning Tools Commission device without pre-configuration  Easy way to add a device in an existing installation  Directly from Uncommissioned Device tab  Easy to Build and loads device System Comprehensive Help option  Dynamic and comprehensive help at every step  During adding devices, help information from the manufacturer should be possible to add into system  From any parameter in a device, hit F1 to get help information! 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 24 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  25. 25. Device Management: TAF Device on FF-H1 Bus Information Basic Information Detail Information FCS 1001 Device Tag Name: PT 2002 NODE 01 Device ID:594543000CJ000856 MANUFAC_ID: Device Class: BASIC DEV TYPE:0X0 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV_REV:0X0 ALF 111 240 PT 2002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AMDevice Tag Name: CV 4001 ALF 111-1 1ALF111-1 Device ID:5945430001J009185 MANUFAC_ID: Device Class: BASIC DEV TYPE:0 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM PT 2002 DEV_REV:0X0 241 CV 4001 CV 4001 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM CV 4002 Device Tag Name: CV 4002 Device ID:5945430001J008277 MANUFAC_ID: 0 Device Class: BASIC DEV TYPE:0X07 L 6001 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV_REV:0X03 242 TE1001 CV 4002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: L 6001 MANUFAC_ID: 0 Device ID:56474B0770 DEV TYPE:0 Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X030 ALF 111-2 243 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM L 6001 ALF 111-3 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: TE1001 MANUFAC_ID: 0 ALF 111-4 Device ID:594543000550011361 DEV TYPE:0X07 244 TE1001 Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 245 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  26. 26. Device Management: Device on FF-H1 Bus Information Basic Information Detail Information MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Tag Name: PT 2002 Device ID:594543000CJ000856 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 240 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM PT 2002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 1ALF111-1 Device Tag Name: CV 4001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device ID:5945430001J009185 DEV TYPE:0X001() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 241 CV 4001 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: CV 4002 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device ID:5945430001J008277 DEV TYPE:0X002() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 242 CV 4002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM MANUFAC_ID: 0X0056474B(VEGA) Device Tag Name: L 6001 Device ID:56474B0770 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 243 L 6001 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Tag Name: TE1001 DEV TYPE:0X001() Device ID:594543000550011361 DEV_REV:0X03 Device Class: BASIC 244 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM TE1001 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 245 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 26 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  27. 27. Device Management: Device on FF-H1 Bus Information Basic Information Detail Information MANUFAC_ID:0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Tag Name: PT 2002 Device ID:594543000CJ000856 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 240 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM PT 2002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 1ALF111-1 RB(RESOURCE_01) Auto TB(TRANSDUCER_01) Auto TB(TRANSDUCER_02) Auto FB(AI_01) Auto FB(AI_02) O/S FB(AI_03) FB(PID_01) FB(SC_01) FB(IT_01) FB(IS_01) FB(AR_01) Device Tag Name: CV 4001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) 241 Device ID:5945430001J009185 DEV TYPE:0X001() CV 4001 Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: TE1001 Device ID:594543000550011361 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Class: BASIC Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV TYPE:0X002() DEV_REV:0X03 242 CV 4002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: L 6001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X0056474B(VEGA) Device ID:56474B0770 DEV TYPE:0X0770() 243 Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 L 6001 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: CV 4002 Device ID:5945430001J008277 Device Class: BASIC MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) 244 TE1001 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV TYPE:0X001() Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV_REV:0X03 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 245 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  28. 28. Device Management: Device on FF-H1 Bus Information Basic Information Detail Information MANUFAC_ID:0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Tag Name: PT 2002 Device ID:594543000CJ000856 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 240 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM PT 2002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 1ALF111-1 RB(RESOURCE_01) Auto TB(TRANSDUCER_01) Auto TB(TRANSDUCER_02) Auto FB(AI_01) Auto FB(AI_02) O/S FB(AI_03) FB(PID_01) FB(SC_01) FB(IT_01) FB(IS_01) FB(AR_01) Device Tag Name: CV 4001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device ID:5945430001J009185 DEV TYPE:0X001() CV 4001 Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: TE1001 Device ID:594543000550011361 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Class: BASIC Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV TYPE:0X002() DEV_REV:0X03 CV 4002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: L 6001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X0056474B(VEGA) Device ID:56474B0770 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 L 6001 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: CV 4002 Device ID:5945430001J008277 Device Class: BASIC MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) TE1001 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV TYPE:0X001() Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV_REV:0X03 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  29. 29. Device Management: Device on FF-H1 Bus Information Basic Information Detail Information MANUFAC_ID:0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Tag Name: PT 2002 Device ID:594543000CJ000856 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 240 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM PT 2002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 1ALF111-1 Device Tag Name: CV 4001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device ID:5945430001J009185 DEV TYPE:0X001() CV 4001 Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: TE1001 Device ID:594543000550011361 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Class: BASIC Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV TYPE:0X002() DEV_REV:0X03 CV 4002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: L 6001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X0056474B(VEGA) Device ID:56474B0770 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 L 6001 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: CV 4002 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device ID:5945430001J008277 DEV TYPE:0X001() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM TE1001 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 29 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  30. 30. Device Management: Device on FF-H1 Bus Information Basic Information Detail Information MANUFAC_ID:0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Tag Name: PT 2002 Device ID:594543000CJ000856 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 240 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM PT 2002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 1ALF111-1 Device Tag Name: CV 4001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device ID:5945430001J009185 DEV TYPE:0X001() CV 4001 Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: TE1001 Device ID:594543000550011361 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device Class: BASIC Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM DEV TYPE:0X002() DEV_REV:0X03 CV 4002 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: L 6001 MANUFAC_ID: 0X0056474B(VEGA) Device ID:56474B0770 DEV TYPE:0X0770() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 L 6001 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM Device Tag Name: CV 4002 MANUFAC_ID: 0X00594543(Yokogawa Electric) Device ID:5945430001J008277 DEV TYPE:0X001() Device Class: BASIC DEV_REV:0X03 Update Time: Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM TE1001 Friday, September 22,2006 10:00:00 AM 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 30 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  31. 31. Support for Network Design Network Safe and Trouble Free operation Network System Design & Layout Network Communication / Software Safety 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 31 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  32. 32. Fundamental considerations/Fault Avoidance Information collection and safely processing Enterprise Secure Access Network to Enterprise Network Link Aggregation Dual Homing RSTP HiPER Ring Secure Access to Plant Floor 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 32 OCTOPUS © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  33. 33. Fundamental considerations/Fault Avoidance Design Considerations / Fault Avoidance • Industrial Ethernet Industrial Networking • Optical Fiber Interfaces Industrial Connectors • Industrial Connectors • Load Moment Indicator Electronic Control • Control Systems and Sensors and Management Systems • Graphic Control Panels and Displays 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 33 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  34. 34. Networking at Multiple layers Multilayer Safety  Network  Operating System  Application  FF accessories  Device 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 34 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  35. 35. Networking at Multiple layers Design of Safety in communication systems 1. Safe communication over a bus alone does not ensure that the transferred information is safe 2. No loss / encryption of data 3. Programming Failure 4. Improper installation of networking hardware 5. Data transmission  Consistency checking  Confirmation of correct data transmitted & received  Watch dog for external affect 6. Safe communication  Risk reduction  Fault avoidance  Fault control 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 35 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  36. 36. Networking at Multiple layers Reason of Failure in networking: 1. Mis-configured Fire wall 2. Connection of infected laptop for engineering or trouble shooting 3. Infected remote support 4. Unauthorized connection with unsecured system 5. Connection with Modem, printer 6. Non proven fire wall 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 36 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  37. 37. Networking at Multiple layers Use of Robust and Proven Fire wall: Protection from alien control networks Protection from external networks Protection from insecure networks Protection of safety System Protection for unpatchable systems Protection of wireless systems Protection of OPC traffic … 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 37 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  38. 38. Operational Excellence (OpX) Asset Production Safety Excellence Excellence Excellence Performance Availability x rate x Quality rate x HSE compliance rate OPE = Cost Maintenance cost + Production cost + HSE cost Maximization of asset Maximization of production Maximization of safety excellence factor excellence factor excellence factor OPE: Overall Plant Effectiveness 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 38 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  39. 39. Asset management: Easy Commissioning and Easy Life 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 39 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  40. 40. Asset management: Easy Troubleshooting and Easy Life 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 40 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation
  41. 41. 2009 FFIEUC-Mumbai Conference 41 © 2009 Fieldbus Foundation

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