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    Exclamation Requsting DCS training material.

    Can anyone share the training material for any DCS system ?

    Thank You

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    same with bryandown*
    where can i find it?

    Thanks before.

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    what kind of material do you need? If you need any general material* i am not sure. However* we have to go through the Honeywell / Emerson / Yokogawa system manuals to learn the systems.

    I can tell you what to look for in these books. The basic break up for any control system will be:

    1. Introduction / Overview to the control system.... Specific to the manufacturer. (I can provide you the Honeywell book).
    2. Planning Stage ---- types of Networks (Fault Tolerant Ethernet / Modbus / Fieldbus / Profibus etc)* types of Servers (Databse Server* Server* Historian Server*OPC Server* third party server etc)* types of Operator Stations* Domain controller* Types of Interfacing ----- OPC / SCADA etc.
    3. Design Stage ---- Design of networks* network configuration* system configuration etc. It includes the interfacing philosophy with safety Systems also.
    4. Engineering ---- IO Database* Marshalling loading* IO load / power calculations / FF segment loading calculations / control strategies required / control narrative. Also graphics (inclduingstatic graphics heirarchy)* dynamic linking* face plates* alarms* alarm groups* events* trends* history* configuration of assets etc.
    5. Testing - Software / Hardware testing --- Involves FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TEST* SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST. --- This stage calls for a lot of approved templates for testing / programming / validation etc.

    6. Most important from End User Perspective ---- Systems security planning* data protection (backup planning* disaster management & recovery) etc.

    If you need further info* please let me know.

    Also if the forum wishes* i can prepare excellent presentations (animated videos) & post them on the forum.

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    link is not working. kindly share it again

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    @sharmeen Try this (Yokogawa CS3000 manual's collection CD)

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    @mrkssatry* could you upload the introduction (honeywell)* planning stage* design stage and engineering. thanks in advamce


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    Dear Mr. mrkssastry
    kindly post them in the forum

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    Sir. Please send me the Honeywell Book Please.main_zia@yahoo.com
    Thanks a lot.
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    Zia-ur-Rehman
    Quote Originally Posted by mrkssastry View Post
    what kind of material do you need? If you need any general material* i am not sure. However* we have to go through the Honeywell / Emerson / Yokogawa system manuals to learn the systems.

    I can tell you what to look for in these books. The basic break up for any control system will be:

    1. Introduction / Overview to the control system.... Specific to the manufacturer. (I can provide you the Honeywell book).
    2. Planning Stage ---- types of Networks (Fault Tolerant Ethernet / Modbus / Fieldbus / Profibus etc)* types of Servers (Databse Server* Server* Historian Server*OPC Server* third party server etc)* types of Operator Stations* Domain controller* Types of Interfacing ----- OPC / SCADA etc.
    3. Design Stage ---- Design of networks* network configuration* system configuration etc. It includes the interfacing philosophy with safety Systems also.
    4. Engineering ---- IO Database* Marshalling loading* IO load / power calculations / FF segment loading calculations / control strategies required / control narrative. Also graphics (inclduingstatic graphics heirarchy)* dynamic linking* face plates* alarms* alarm groups* events* trends* history* configuration of assets etc.
    5. Testing - Software / Hardware testing --- Involves FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TEST* SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST. --- This stage calls for a lot of approved templates for testing / programming / validation etc.

    6. Most important from End User Perspective ---- Systems security planning* data protection (backup planning* disaster management & recovery) etc.

    If you need further info* please let me know.

    Also if the forum wishes* i can prepare excellent presentations (animated videos) & post them on the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrkssastry View Post
    what kind of material do you need? If you need any general material* i am not sure. However* we have to go through the Honeywell / Emerson / Yokogawa system manuals to learn the systems.

    I can tell you what to look for in these books. The basic break up for any control system will be:

    1. Introduction / Overview to the control system.... Specific to the manufacturer. (I can provide you the Honeywell book).
    2. Planning Stage ---- types of Networks (Fault Tolerant Ethernet / Modbus / Fieldbus / Profibus etc)* types of Servers (Databse Server* Server* Historian Server*OPC Server* third party server etc)* types of Operator Stations* Domain controller* Types of Interfacing ----- OPC / SCADA etc.
    3. Design Stage ---- Design of networks* network configuration* system configuration etc. It includes the interfacing philosophy with safety Systems also.
    4. Engineering ---- IO Database* Marshalling loading* IO load / power calculations / FF segment loading calculations / control strategies required / control narrative. Also graphics (inclduingstatic graphics heirarchy)* dynamic linking* face plates* alarms* alarm groups* events* trends* history* configuration of assets etc.
    5. Testing - Software / Hardware testing --- Involves FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TEST* SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST. --- This stage calls for a lot of approved templates for testing / programming / validation etc.

    6. Most important from End User Perspective ---- Systems security planning* data protection (backup planning* disaster management & recovery) etc.

    If you need further info* please let me know.

    Also if the forum wishes* i can prepare excellent presentations (animated videos) & post them on the forum.

    Waiting too long for your post man !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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    ABB System Manual

    Can any one share ABB System Manual?

    bzbipin

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    what system of ABB ?

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    Can anyone help me in the following...............

    1. Introduction / Overview to the control system.... Specific to the manufacturer. (I can provide you the Honeywell book).
    2. Planning Stage ---- types of Networks (Fault Tolerant Ethernet / Modbus / Fieldbus / Profibus etc)* types of Servers (Databse Server* Server* Historian Server*OPC Server* third party server etc)* types of Operator Stations* Domain controller* Types of Interfacing ----- OPC / SCADA etc.
    3. Design Stage ---- Design of networks* network configuration* system configuration etc. It includes the interfacing philosophy with safety Systems also.
    or if anyone has CBT training on PLC or DCS please PM me

    Thanks

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