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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 1
Advanced Control
Advanced Control
DeltaV Makes I t Easy
DeltaV Makes I t Easy
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 2
We Rethought DeltaV From the Ground Up
q Designed for scalability to address the full range
of customer needs
q Built on a base of commercial technology
q Provides for a seamless flow of information from
the plant floor to the users desktop
q Focuses on ease of use
q Embraces fieldbusses and control in field devices
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 3
DeltaV Philosophy
Designed To Meet Needs of Largest Applications
Easy to Use and Easy to Learn
Flexible approach to system engineering
PLC Strengths
Rugged hardware
Scalable
Low Cost
DCS-like foundation
Pre-engineered control structure
Pre-engineered operator interface
Solid Communications (i.e. unsolicited, peer to peer)
Global configuration database
Distributed in runtime system
Integration with host and field systems
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 4
PCs based on the Intel Processor
Ethernet and TCP/IP
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
Microsoft and Objectivity database engines
operator graphics
Key Commercial Technologies
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
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Minimize Training
Minimize Operator Errors
Lowest Possible Life
Cycle Cost
Field-Based
Architecture
Microsoft Office
Fisher- Rosemount FMS Application
Manager
Tag TIC-1
Ty p e Temperature
Upper Range 4 0 0 F
Lower Range 20 F
St at us Operational
Current Value 95 F
Serial Number xxyy34569081
Last Calibration Date 3 0 -Nov-1994
Calibrated By John Smith
This device was installed in September/94. Since installation it has experienced
no failures in its operation.
Common Look And Feel
Strategy:
Leverage Microsoft Technology investment of $1B per year
on core, foundation technologies 8,000 engineers.
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 6
%
>75% of all field devices sold in 2000 had
digital communications capability
Designed to Fully Integrate Fieldbus
1985
Analog
1995
Analog
Hart
other proprietary
2000
Fieldbus
Sensorbus
digital
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DeltaV Innovations
q Plant explorer
q Drag and Drop configuration
q Field devices intelligence embedded within
the control strategy
q Device Auto-Sense and information upload
q Seamless use of control resources &
languages
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 8
Panel Control
VALUE
TIME
1975
1985 1995
Next Generation
BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY
Lower installation costs by 40%
Configuration time reduced by 50%
40% reduction in maintenance costs
3 - 5% reduction in CGS
System footprints 1/5 the size
Information Integration
BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY
Lower installation costs by 40%
Configuration time reduced by 50%
40% reduction in maintenance costs
3 - 5% reduction in CGS
System footprints 1/5 the size
Information Integration
Breakthrough Technology Changes the
Game!
2005
Era of DCS
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A Powerful and Versatile Solution
Enables users to
automate ...
- what they want,
- when they want,
- how they want
Operator Station
Application Station
Controller Station
versatile control power in
a small package
- Andy OConner
Southern Cal. Edison
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 10
PLC Strengths
n Wall-mount hardware
n Class 1 Div 2
n High speed control
n Various sizes for scalability
n Modular I/O design
n Best in class costs
n No field power panels!
Rugged hardware, Scalable, Low Cost
Rugged hardware, Scalable, Low Cost
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Scaleable - Able to Meet Large System Needs
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 12
DeltaV - Fieldbus Support Integral to Design
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
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Function Blocks
Resource Block
Transducer Blocks
Controller-1
AB SLC 5
DATA SET 1
PT-408
PT-402
PT-403
PT-404
PT-405
3051 C Transmitter
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transmitters
DeltaV Explorer for System Components
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 14
Sources: Texas Eastman Control Survey,
Entech study, Arthur D Little study
Studies Show Many Basic
Control Loops Are Underperforming
Good
Performance
61%
Control Loops
In Service
Traditional Advanced Control addresses only
1% of loops due to high cost
Under
Performing
39%
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Advanced Control - The DeltaV Way
Enable the average process
engineer to quickly deploy
state-of-the-art Advanced
Control to improve plant
performance.
DeltaV Makes Advanced Control Easy!
DeltaV Makes Advanced Control Easy!
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 16
DeltaV Advanced Control
Embedded in DeltaV
State-of-the-art Technology
Expands and improves
process control tool set
EASY to implement
EASY to maintain
EASY to justify
DeltaV Advanced Control -
How is this Different
Classic Advanced Control
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In every DeltaV
system from the
start!
In every DeltaV
system from the
start!
Fieldbus Architecture Is Consistently Used by
DeltaV and Fieldbus Devices
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
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DeltaV Inspect - Abnormal Situation and
Control Performance Monitoring
q Identifies abnormal
conditions in field devices
and control loops
q No configuration required
q Client / Server architecture
allows plant-wide and
remote access
q Automatically adapts as
control modules are added
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Parameters and Attributes Used By
DeltaV Inspect
Function Block Inputs and Outputs
Provide an Engineering Unit Value AND Status
Function Blocks
Support Mode
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
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Mode Attribute: Target (Operator Requested Mode)
Actual (Mode of operation)
Normal (The designed Mode)
Permitted (Modes that may be selected by an operator)
Detecting Incorrect Mode of Operation
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Measurement of Process Variability Using
Total Vs. Capability Standard Deviation
Time
Capability
Only
Random or
Short-Term
Variability
Total:
All Data
including
Short- and
Long-Term
Variability
Process
Value
Reference: Achieving World Class Manufacturing through Process Control by
Joseph Shunta, Dupont, 1995*
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 22
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Standard Deviations:
Total and Capability
Standard Deviation is
Calculated by I/O and
Control Blocks
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Process Variability Calculation Must Be Much Faster Than
Process Time Constant
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Reference: Achieving World Class Manufacturing through
Process Control by Joseph Shunta, Dupont, 1995*
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 24
DeltaV Inspect is Based on a Client Server
Architecture
Parameters
Reported by
Exception
DeltaV
ProfessionalPLUS
Station, DeltaV
Inspect Server
Information
Accessed
on Demand
Every DeltaV Stations May
Access DeltaV Inspect Server
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March 2000 Slide 25
DeltaV Inspect User Interface
INCLUDED with every DeltaV System!
INCLUDED with every DeltaV System!
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 26
Uses State-of-the-Art Technology
q Process Identification
Based on Relay Self-
Oscillation Principle
q Applicable to a wide range
of processes
Slow
Fast
Self-regulating
Integrating
q Immune to Noise and
Process Load Disturbances
q Minimizes Tuning Time
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 27
Identification of Process Dynamics
Easy!
Used to tune
PID and fuzzy
logic control
blocks.
Guides the user
through tuning.
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March 2000 Slide 28
Simulation of Loop Response
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As Easy to Use as PID
q May replace PID for
most applications
q Improved response to
process disturbances
q Quick tuning with DeltaV
Tune
q Configuration is Easy -
exactly like PID
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 30
DeltaV Fuzzy Implemented As A Function Block
Pre-defined Fuzzy
Logic Control
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March 2000 Slide 31
Model Predictive Control
q Fully integrates DeltaV
Historian and off-line
process identification -
setup is trivial
q Model can be easily
updated.
q MPC with DeltaV is
easy. Send the
experts packing.
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 32
Control is Defined Graphically
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Process is Tested Automatically
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Model is Displayed
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Additional Verification Option
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Simulation Capability
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 37
DeltaV Neural
q Practical means of creating
virtual sensors for
measurements that are only
available through lab
analysis today
q Easy to understand and use
q Data-based, cost effective
q General nonlinear approach
q Easy to update
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 38
Neural Network Function Block
References a
maximum of 30
process measurements
for analysis
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Data is Screened Using the Neural Application
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
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Training of the Neural Network
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
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Sensitivity Plot, Input Selection
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Verification of Neural Prediction
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
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DeltaV Simulate
q Configure your DeltaV
system off-line on a
single PC
q Check out control logic
and operator interface
using PC simulation
q Develop and fully check
out OPC interfaces to
DeltaV
q Support DeltaV training
using dynamic process
simulation packages
such as HYSYS and
mimic
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 44
DeltaV Simulate Enables Global Engineering
Multi -Node Environment Single-PC Environment
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1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 45
OPC
Read of
OUT
OPC Write
to Simulate
HYSYS
OPC Client
Driver
DeltaV Module
OPC Tools Are Key to DeltaV / HYSYS
Integration
1999 Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.
March 2000 Slide 46
DeltaV Simulate Pro Capability
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