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Industrial Automation Pocket Guide For Engineers and Technicians pdf download
Neeraj Yadav

Industrial Automation Pocket Guide For Engineers and Technicians pdf download

Neeraj Yadav | 12-Feb-2016 |
Introduction , I&C Drawings and Documentation , Process control , Advanced Process Control , Industrial Data Communications and Wireless , HAZOPs Hazard Operations , Safety Instrumentation and Machinery , Hazardous Areas and Intrinsic Safety , SCADA , Project Management of I&C Projects , Forecasts and Predictions ,

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Chapter 1. Introduction.........................................................................................................6
Chapter 2. I&C Drawings and Documentation ....................................................................7
2.1. Introduction to Plant Design .......................................................................................7
2.2. Process diagrams.........................................................................................................7
2.3. Instrumentation documentation ................................................................................11
2.4. Electrical documentation ..........................................................................................15
Chapter 3. Process control ..................................................................................................18
3.1. Basic Control Concepts.............................................................................................18
3.2. Principles of Control Systems...................................................................................19
3.3. Control modes in closed loop control .......................................................................23
3.4. Tuning of Closed Loop Control................................................................................24
3.5. Cascade Control........................................................................................................27
3.6. Initialization of a cascade system .............................................................................27
3.7. Feed forward Control................................................................................................27
3.8. Manual feedforward control .....................................................................................28
3.9. Automatic feedforward control.................................................................................28
3.10. Time matching as feedforward control .................................................................28
3.11. Overcoming Process dead time.............................................................................29
3.12. First term explanation(disturbance free PV).........................................................30
3.13. Second term explanation(predicted PV) ...............................................................30
Chapter 4. Advanced Process Control................................................................................31
4.1. Introduction...............................................................................................................31
4.2. Overview of Advance Control Methods ...................................................................31
4.3. Internal Model Control .............................................................................................33
Chapter 5. Industrial Data Communications and Wireless.................................................36
5.1. Introduction...............................................................................................................36
5.2. Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model ............................................................36
5.3. RS-232 interface standard.........................................................................................37
5.4. Fiber Optics...............................................................................................................39
5.5. Modbus .....................................................................................................................40
5.6. Data Highway Plus /DH485......................................................................................44
5.7. HART........................................................................................................................45
5.8. AS-i...........................................................................................................................46
5.9. DeviceNet .................................................................................................................46
5.10. Profibus.................................................................................................................47
5.11. Foundation Fieldbus..............................................................................................48
5.12. Industrial Ethernet.................................................................................................48
5.13. TCP/IP...................................................................................................................50
5.14. Wireless Fundamentals .........................................................................................52
5.15. Radio/microwave communications.......................................................................53
5.16. Installation & Troubleshooting.............................................................................53
5.17. Industrial network security ...................................................................................59
5.18. Network threats, vulnerabilities and risks.............................................................60
5.19. An approach to network security planning ...........................................................62
5.20. Securing a network by access control...................................................................62
5.21. Authentication, Authorization, Accounting & encryption....................................63
5.22. Intrusion detection systems...................................................................................65
5.23. VLANs..................................................................................................................65
5.24. VPNs and their security ........................................................................................66
5.25. Wireless networks and their security issues .........................................................67
Chapter 6. HAZOPs Hazard Operations ............................................................................69
6.1. Introduction...............................................................................................................69
6.2. HAZOP Workshop ...................................................................................................70
Chapter 7. Safety Instrumentation and Machinery.............................................................72
7.1. Introduction...............................................................................................................72
7.2. Introduction to IEC 61511 and the safety lifecycle ..................................................80
7.3. SIS configurations for safety and availability targets...............................................84
7.4. Selection of sensors and actuators for safety duties .................................................87
7.5. Selection of safety controllers...................................................................................92
7.6. System integration and application software ............................................................92
7.7. Programming tools....................................................................................................93
7.8. Machinery safety.......................................................................................................94
7.9. Guide to Regulations and Standards.........................................................................95
Chapter 8. Hazardous Areas and Intrinsic Safety...............................................................98
8.1. Introduction...............................................................................................................98
8.2. Zonal Classification ................................................................................................100
8.3. Area classification...................................................................................................101
8.4. Methods of explosion protection ............................................................................103
8.5. Flameproof concept Ex d........................................................................................104
8.6. Intrinsic safety.........................................................................................................105
8.7. Increased safety.......................................................................................................107
8.8. Certification (components) .....................................................................................108
8.9. Principles of testing ................................................................................................108
8.10. Non Sparking concept.........................................................................................109
8.11. Concept Ex p.......................................................................................................110
8.12. Other protection concepts ...................................................................................112
8.13. Earthing & Bonding............................................................................................114
8.14. Standards and codes of practice..........................................................................115
8.15. Fault finding and repairs .....................................................................................115
Chapter 9. SCADA...........................................................................................................118
9.1. Introduction and Brief History of SCADA.............................................................118
9.2. SCADA Systems Software .....................................................................................121
9.3. Distributed control system (DCS)...........................................................................129
9.4. Introduction to the PLC ..........................................................................................132
9.5. Considerations and benefits of SCADA system.....................................................134
9.6. An alarm system .....................................................................................................135
Chapter 10. Project Management of I&C Projects.............................................................140
10.1. Fundamentals of project management ................................................................140
10.2. Time management...............................................................................................142
10.3. Cost Management ...............................................................................................143
10.4. Integrated cost and time management ................................................................144
10.5. Management of project team ..............................................................................144
10.6. Risk Management ...............................................................................................145
10.7. Contract law........................................................................................................146
Chapter 11. Latest Instrumentation and Valve Developments ...........................................150
11.1. Basic Measurement performance terms and Specifications ...............................150
11.2. Advanced Measurement Performance terms and Specifications........................151
11.3. Pressure Measurement ........................................................................................152
11.4. Level Measurement.............................................................................................156
11.5. Temperature Measurement .................................................................................158
11.6. Thermocouples....................................................................................................158
11.7. Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTD’s) .......................................................159
11.8. Thermistors .........................................................................................................159
11.9. Infrared Pyrometers ............................................................................................160
11.10. Acoustic Pyrometers ...........................................................................................160
11.11. Flow Measurement..............................................................................................160
11.12. Differential Pressure Flowmeters .......................................................................162
11.13. Magnetic Flowmeters..........................................................................................164
11.14. Control Valves ....................................................................................................166
Chapter 12. Forecasts and Predictions................................................................................168
12.1. Main Technology Trends....................................................................................168
12.2. The China Challenge...........................................................................................169
12.3. Market Predictions ..............................................................................................170

 

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