Friday, August 28, 2015

List of Engineering Standards - Instrumentation

1 List-Standard

1.1 AGA-Report # 3-Gas Flow calculations

1.2 ANSI-B16.5-Pipe flanges and flanged fittings

1.3 API-520-

1.4 API-527-

1.5 API-535-

1.6 API-551-Process Measurement Instrumentation

1.7 API-552-Transmission Systems

1.8 API-553-Refinary Control Valves

1.9 API-554-Process Instrument and Control

1.10 API-556-Instrumentation and Control for Fired Heaters and steam generators

1.11 API-560-

1.12 API-576-

1.13 API-598-Valve Inspection and Testing

1.14 API-611-

1.15 API-612-

1.16 API-598-Valve Inspection and Testing-Edition 7, 1997

1.17 API-598-Valve Inspection and Testing-Edition 8, 2004

1.18 API-614-

1.19 API-616-

1.20 API-618-Reciprocating Compressors

1.21 API-670-Machinery Protection Systems

1.22 API-FCI 70.2-CV Seat Leakage

1.23 API-PTC19.3-Thermowells

1.24 API-RP 555-Analyzers

1.25 API-RP 557-Advanced Process Control

1.26 EEMUA-191-Alarm systems

1.27 IEC-60079-Electrical Appratus for explosive gas atmosphere

1.28 IEC-61131-PLC Programming

1.29 IEC-61508-For supplier of Device

1.30 IEC-61511-Functional Safety, for End user, system designer

1.31 ISA-84.01-

1.32 ISA-S20-

1.33 ISA-S75.01.01-Flow Equations for Sizing Control Valves, 2007

1.34 ISO-5167-

1.35 NORSOK-I001-Field Instrumentation

1.36 NORSOK-I005-System Control Diagram

1.37 NFPA-NFPA70 / 504-IS Instruments

1.38 UL-UL913-Design and Evaluation of IS Equipment

1.39 NFPA-NFPA85-BMS Systems

1.40 API-RP 14C-

1.41 EN-50288-7-Instrumentation Cables

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Engineering Project Management - Insrumentation

Dear Friends,

Today i will share how Project Management has been done from instrument point of view.

All below mentioned contents are developed in EMACS ORG Mode 24.5.

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Table of Contents

1 _Project Management-Instrument POV

1.1 _Info

1.2 1-Engineering

1.2.1 01-Design Basis / Fundamentals

  1. Design Basis for Control System
  2. Design Basis for Field Instrumentations
  3. Design Criteria
  4. Design Standard to be followed
  5. FEED - Front End engineering and design
  6. Process block diagram
  7. process description
  8. P&ID
  9. PFD

1.2.2 02-Field Instruments

  1. Instrument Datasheets/Specification sheets
  2. Instrument Hook Up Drawing
  3. -Instrument Index
  4. Instrument Interconnection Block Diagram
  5. Instrument interconnection/JB Diagram
  6. Instrument Layout Drawing
  7. Instrument Location Plan
  8. Instrument Loop Diagram
  9. JB Schedule
  10. Preparation of SPecifications
  11. Field connection and wiring diagram

1.2.3 03-Power Distribution

  1. 24VDC Power Calculation-Tbl-1
  2. power and signal cable block diagram
  3. Wire Selection for Control Panels
  4. Power Distribution Panel Diagram
  5. power distrubution diagram
  6. Uninterruptible Power Supplies

1.2.4 04-Earthing

  1. earth pit construction diagram
  2. Earthing system diagram

1.2.5 04-1-Control Panel Grounding Diagram

1.2.6 05-Control System Cabinet Design

1.2.7 06-Control Room

  1. Control Room Layout
  2. Control Desk / Console Drawings

1.2.8 07-Control System Hardware

  1. Control system handshaking/interface diagram/detail
  2. System Architecture
  3. Network Single Line Diagram

1.2.9 08-Control System HMI-DCS Front End

  1. Alarm List & Alarm History configuration
  2. DCS / SCADA Graphics
  3. Historical Trend List & Historian Configuration
  4. HMI Specification

1.2.10 09-Cable

  1. Cable Laying and Cable Terminations
  2. Cable Rack layout
  3. cable routing layout
  4. Instrument Cable Layout
  5. Instrument Cable Drum Schedule
  6. Instrument Cable Schedule
  7. Instrument Tray and Cable Layout

1.2.11 10-Pneumatic

  1. Air Header/Air Distribution Diagram
  2. Instrument Air Line Layout
  3. Instrument Tubing Layout
  4. Pneumatic / Hydraulic Tubing

1.2.12 11-Control System Logic

  1. Cause and Effect Diagram / Interlock List
  2. Control Logic Specification / Write Up
  3. Programming Detail of Custom Function Blocks
  4. Shutdown Logic Diagram
  5. Logic Diagrams Printout from Logic Softwares

1.3 2-Procurement

1.3.1 01-Vendor List approved

1.3.2 02-BOM Preparation

1.3.3 03-Control Room BOM

1.3.4 04-Tender Instrument Erection and Commissioning

1.3.5 05-Tender Instrument Supply

1.3.6 06-Tender Control System Supply

1.3.7 07-Bid Analysis-Technical

1.3.8 08-Bid Analysis-Commercial

1.3.9 09-Delivery SChedule for Instruments/Equipments

1.4 3-Commissioning

1.4.1 01-FAT

1.4.2 02-SAT

1.4.3 03-System Testing

1.4.4 04-Checking Earthing before power up

1.4.5 05-Documentation Node for Change management

1.4.6 06-Calibration Form/Configuration form

1.4.7 07-Instrument Tender with contract detail for Contractor

1.4.8 08-Instrument Installation work

1.4.9 09-Configuration and Commissioning according to SOP

1.4.10 10-IO Address Assignment-Hardware and Software Address

1.4.11 11-PLC Address Detail

1.4.12 12-Loop Checking

1.4.13 13-Monthly Project Review Report

1.4.14 14-Manuals 3 Set of Hard Copy and 1 Set of Softcopy

1.4.15 15-Onsite Training and Off site Training

1.4.16 16-Best practices for maintenance

1.4.17 17-Detail file to be prepard

1.4.18 18-Document Index / Document Contorl Index

1.4.19 19-List of Spare for 2 Years of truoble free running

1.4.20 20-Backup of DCS and PLC

1.5 Sch Monthly

1.5.1 Project Progress Report to be communicated

1.5.2 Track and Update Delivery Schedule

1.5.3 Track and update punch points

1.6 Tables

1.6.1 Table-01-24VDC Power Distribution

OutputInput  InrushSealedSurgeNominalTotalTotal    
supplySupplyQtyComponentPowerpowerCurrentCurrentsurgenominal    
voltageVoltage  WattWatt  currentcurrent    
24VDC230 VAC    Inrush power/Sealed power/      
      Op supplyOp Supply      
  4SOV Coil120.50.50.024*0.5 = 24*0.02=0.08    
  4SOV120.50.50.024*0.5 = 24*0.02=0.08    
              
              
        40.16    
Total Nominal Current = 0.16 * 120% = Surge Capacity - 1 second at 10 second intervals
SMPS - What is nominal, Surge current and Watt Capacity

1.6.2 Table-02-Wire Color Codes

  • Black
All ungrounded control circuit conductors operating at the supply voltage
  • Red
Ungrounded AC control circuits operating at a voltage less than the supply voltage
  • Blue
Ungrounded DC control circuits
  • Yellow or orange
Ungrounded control circuits or other wiring, such as for cabinet lighting, that remain energized when the main disconnect is in the OFF position
  • White or gray or three white stripes on other than green, blue, orange, or yellow
Grounded AC current-carrying control circuit conductor regardless of voltage
  • White with blue stripe
Grounded DC current-carrying control circuit conductor
  • White with yellow stripe or white with orange stripe
Grounded AC control circuit current-carrying conductor that remains energized when main disconnect switch is in the OFF position

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Essential Morning Excercise

    • Push-Up
    • The Lunge
    • The Plank
    • The Bird Dog
    • Side Lying Leg Raises
    • Downword Dog

    Tuesday, August 11, 2015

    List of Softwares for Ultimate Productivity

    • EMACS
    • Bulk rename
    • PDF Printer Cute Pdf
    • Notepad ++
      • TEXTFX Module Add-On
    • CD Burner XP
    • UltraISO
    • 7Zip
    • CCleaner
    • Sys Internals
    • IP Messenger
    • Putty
    • TIGHT VNC

    Grandmother's Rule

    Grandmother Rule

    • Simplify Everything
    • Once Einstein told us :
      • Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent.
      • It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction
    • Another punch from The Scientist
      • Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
        • What does it explain,
        • In fields of specialized knowledge, we aim to render an account that is plain and simple, yet does no violence to the difficulty of the subject, so that the uninformed reader can understand us while the expert cannot fault us. We try to keep in mind a saying attributed to Einstein—that everything must be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler.
    • Ultimate Rule for Simplicity
      • Grandmother's Rule
        • What does it explain,
        • Ask Question such a simple that even your Grandmother can understand,
        • Ask Question such a simple that even your grandmother can answer
    • 5S and Housekeeping can be helpful to achieve this,

    CV and KV Comparison

    Today i will re-state CV and KV comparison and other Data,

    KV and CV comparison

    1.1 KV - Metric Unit

    • Def : flow in cubic meters per hour of water (temp 5 to 40 deg C)passing through the valve when pressure drop is 1 bar across the valve.

    1.2 CV - Imperial Unit

    • Def : flow in US gpm of water (temp 60 deg F)passing through the valve when pressure drop is 1 psi across the valve.
    • Formula : Cv = 1.156*Q*sqrt(G/DP), where Q is flow in m3/hr,DP is in bar and G is Sp. gravity

    1.3 Conversion KV < – > CV

    They are related as Cv = 1.156*Kv.