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Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and SCADA Systems

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and SCADA Systems

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ABSTRACT

This course is designed to benefit you with practical up-to-date information on the application of PLC’s and SCADA to the automation and process control of plants and factories. It is suitable for people who have little or no exposure to PLC and SCADA but expect to become involved in some or all aspects of PLC and SCADA installation and Programming.  While the course is ideal for people who are new to PLC and SCADA, it will be of value to those who already have the basic skills, but need  to refresh and update their basic knowledge. It aims to give practical advice from experts in the field, to assist you to correctly plan, program and install a PLC with a shorter learning curve and more confidence. A selection of real world case studies is used to illustrate the key concepts with examples of real world working PLC and SCADA systems in process, utilities and manufacturing industries. The course will be an excellent opportunity to network with your peers as well as gain significant new information and techniques. This course will cover most popular PLC’s used in the industry, such as Omron.

COURSE CONTENT

UNIT 1:

INTRODUCTION

  • Introduction and brief history of PLC controls
  • Alternative control systems – where do PLCs fit in?
  • Why PLC control has become so widely accepted
  • Lingering concerns about PLC control

FUNDAMENTALS OF PLC HARDWARE

  • Block diagram of typical PLC
  • PLC processor module – memory organization
  •  Input and output section – module types
  • Power supplies

UNIT 2:

BACKGROUND TO SCADA CONTROL

  •  Fundamentals and definition of terms
  •  Comparison of SCADA and PLC systems, and DCS
  • Smart instruments
  • Typical SCADA control installations

SCADA CONTROL SYSTEM HARDWARE

  • Comparison of SCADA and PLC control systems, and DCS and Smart instruments
  • Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) structure
  •  Analog and digital input/output modules
  • Application programs
  • PLCs used as RTUs
  • Master site structure
  • Communications architectures
  • Point-to-point and point-to-multipoint systems
  • System reliability and availability
  • Configuration of a master station

UNIT 3:

FUNDAMENTALS OF PLC CONTROL SOFTWARE

  • Methods of representing Logic, Boolean Algebra, instruction code and graphical presentation
  •  Fundamental ladder logic instruction set
  • Comparison of different manufacturers, memory and data representation and instruction code

USING LADDER LOGIC FOR SIMPLE DIGITAL FUNCTIONS

The basic rules

  •  Comparison of relay ladder diagrams
  • The concept of the ‘scan’ and how to apply it
  • Infinite fan-out

Contact ‘normal’ states

  •  Positive and negative logic
  •  Basic Boolean functions
  • The usefulness of DeMorgan’s Law

USING REGISTERS (WORDS)

  • Number systems, Timers, Types of register data, Counters, Bit shift and rotate, Table functions and Register (Matrix) logic functions

UNIT 4: SCADA CONTROL SYSTEMS SOFTWARE

  • Components of a SCADA control system
  • Software – design of SCADA packages
  • Configuration of SCADA control systems
  • Building the user interface
  • Connecting SCADA and PLC controls to other hardware
  • SCADA control system design
  • The Twelve Golden Rules

UNIT 5:

GOOD PROGRAMMING HABITS

  •  Keeping track of addresses and data used
  •  Looking ahead – how will programs be maintained?

LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LANs)

  •  Ethernet networks
  •  Industrial Ethernet
  •  TCP/IP
  •  LAN connectivity: bridges, routers and switches
  •  Redundancy options
  •  Web based Industrial SCADA control
  •  Wireless
  •  OPC
  •  Practical methods to improve quality: organization of code, thorough documentation and simplifying changes

GOOD INSTALLATION PRACTICE

  • Location of hardware
  • Good wiring practice
  •  Cable spacing, power distribution and wire numbering
  •  Reducing noise and interference
  • Screening and shielding

UNIT 6:

HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACES (HMIs)

  • Human and ergonomic factors
  •  HMI configuration
  •  Design and layout
  • Alarming and reporting philosophies
  • Alarm system design

GOOD INSTALLATION PRACTICE

  • Recommended installation practice
  •  Ergonomic considerations

UNIT 7:

ADVANCED CONTROL WITH PLCs

  •  The concept of reusable logic
  •  Examples, drive logic and alarm handling
  • Use of advanced programming functions
  • Matrix logic
  • Table functions and indirect addressing
  •  Example: simple display driver

BATCH PROCESSES AND SEQUENTIAL CONTROL

  • Remembering the program state
  • Creating a ‘stepper’
  •  Step advance
  •  Fault detection and recovery
  •  Operator intervention
  • Multiple recipes or alternative paths
  • Sequential function charts

PID CONTROL

  •  The importance of timing and scan time
  •  When PID is not always appropriate:
  1.  Intermittent measurements
  2. Long transport delays

SAFETY PROGRAMMABLE SYSTEMS

  • Why regular PLCs should not be used for safety functions
  • Programmable electronic logic solvers
  •  Safety certification
  • Certified programming systems
  • Application examples
  • Growth of networked safety devices and certified networks
  • Integrated safety systems

UNIT 8:

LANDLINE MEDIA

  • Background to cables
  • Noise and interference on cables
  •  Twisted pair cables and fibre optic cables
  • Public network provided services

WIDE AREA NETWORK (WAN) TECHNOLOGIES

  • Digital hierarchies, T1 and E1
  • Packet switching
  • Frame relay
  •  ATM
  • SDH/sonnet

UNIT 9:

INTRODUCTION TO IEC 61131-3

  •  Concepts
  •  Common elements
  •  Programming languages: structured text
  • Function block diagrams

UNIT 10:

SCADA NETWORK SECURITY

  •  Introduction
  •  Authentication and encryption
  •  SCADA firewalls
  •  Firewall architectures and guidelines

TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE

  • Troubleshooting SCADA and PLC control systems
  • Maintenance tasks

SPECIFICATION OF SYSTEMS

  • Common pitfalls, Standards, Performance criteria, Testing, Documentation and Future trends

UNIT 11:

BUILDING A PLC PANEL, AS WELL AS GENERAL COMMISSIONING, TESTING AND UPGRADING

  •  Electrical design & construction
  •  Commissioning & Installation
  • Simulation & Testing
  •  Problem Isolation & Faultfinding
  • Upgrading of control systems

UNIT 12:

INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOLS

  •  RS-232 interface standard
  •  RS-485 interface standard
  • Fieldbus
  • Modbus
  • DNP3.0

MODEMS

  •  Introduction and principles
  • Asynchronous/synchronous
  • Modulation techniques
  • Error detection and correction
  • Troubleshooting

PRACTICAL EXERCISES

Throughout the course you will participate in hands-on exercises using simulation software, which will help you put theory to practice immediately!

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Any person who would otherwise have attended an IDC training course in person is welcome to register. Some practical work experience in some of these topics would obviously be advantageous.

INSTRUCTOR

Ir. Teguh Santosa and Team

Expert in Motors, Drives, Automation using DCS & PLC  System Integrator Siemens.

WHO WILL BENEFIT/PARTICIPANT

This course is intended for those who have little or no exposure to PLC and SCADA but expect to become involved in some or all aspects of PLC and SCADA. Further, the course will be of value to those who already have the basic skills but need to refresh and update their basic knowledge.PLC Engineering and design personnel

COURSE METHODS

Presentation, Discuss, Case Study, Evaluation, Simulation *Laboratory/Work Shop*

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