End User Workshop - Singapore
TM
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
- Challenges & Latest Developments -
July 8, 2004
Hisashi Sasajima
Fieldbus Foundation
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Agenda
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Introduction
About Fieldbus Foundation
The History of Fieldbus
End User Initiative
Technology Updates
Installations
Benefit of Fieldbus
Questions and Answers
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Mission of the Fieldbus Foundation
The Fieldbus Foundation is the leading organization
dedicated to a single international, interoperable
fieldbus standard. Established in September 1994 by
a merger of WorldFIP North America and the
Interoperable Systems Project (ISP), the foundation
is a not-for-profit corporation that consists of nearly
180 of the world's leading suppliers and end users of
process control and manufacturing automation
products.
Working together, these companies have provided
unparalleled support for a worldwide fieldbus
protocol, and have made major contributions to the
IEC/ISA fieldbus standards development.
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FOUNDATION fieldbus Digital presence
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Market Distribution
Global
Industry
LA
14%
NA
46%
AP
10%
Mining and
Metals
3%
Education
3%
Pulp and
Paper
4%
Other
8%
Chemical
29%
Food &
Beverage
9%
MEA
2%
EUR
28%
Pharmaceutical
9%
Power
13%
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Oil & Gas
22%
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Market Segmentation in the Region
1st
N.A. (46%)
L.A. (14%)
EU
(28%)
M.E. ( 2%)
SEA (10%)
China ( 7%)
Others
:
:
:
:
:
:
Total
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3rd
Chemical
Chemical
Chemical
Oil & Gas
Chemical
Chemical
Electric
Oil & Gas
Oil & Gas
Chemical
Oil & Gas
Refining
Pulp & Paper
Food & Beverages
Pharmaceutical
Chemical
Oil & Gas
Electric Power
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Fieldbus Acceptance Has Been Outstanding
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus installations
include leaders in key industries
 9 of the top 10 oil and gas companies
 24 of the top 25 pharmaceutical
companies
 23 of the top 25 chemical companies
 15 of the top 20 pulp and paper
companies
 10 of the top 20 food and beverage
companies
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Stronger Than Ever!
 338 Global Members & Corporate Affiliates
 176 Registered Devices
 11 Hosts
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Freedom to Choose
1
8
13
22
6
11
16
32
13
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Flow
HSE Linking Device
Pressure
Final Control Element
Level
Temperature
Anaytical
Controller
Signal conditioner
Other
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Marketing Committees in Asia Pacific
Central Asia
China
Korea
Far East
Japan
Taiwan
India
Middle East
Thailand
Malaysia
Philippine
Singapore
ASEAN
Indonesia
Australia
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FF Asia Pacific
Fieldbus Foundation
Asia Pacific Operations
East Asia
FF
Japan
FF
Korea
South East Asia
FF
China
FF
India
FF
FF
Indonesia Thailand
FF
Singapore
Marketing
Society
CFFC
EUC Japan
EUC Korea
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EUC China
EUC India
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EUC
Indonesia
EUC
Thailand
EU Society
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End User Council and Training/ Education Center
End User Council (EUC)
Training and Demonstration Site
Training and Demonstration Site
(Under Planning)
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The History of Fieldbus(IEC/ISA Standardization)
1984: New Work Item proposal in IEC for Digital Field Communication in
Process Measurement and Control Instruments
1985: Working Group established in IEC (SC65C/WG6) and ISA (SP50)
1990: IFC(international Fieldbus Consortium)
ISA SP50 Media Attachment Unit (MAU)
 Physical Layer Test at Exxon (‘92)
 BP Sunburry -1,-2
 Kaneka, Mitsubishi Chemical, Japan (‘93)
1992 1Nov.: ISP was formed
1993 May: WorldFIP was formed
1993 : IEC Physical Layer became IS(IEC61158-2)
1994 Sept. : Fieldbus Foundation established
 Field Trial at Monsanto, Tx (‘95)
 Field Trial at Syncrude, Canada(‘96)
 Chubu Electric, Japan (‘97)
2000 :IEC Data Link/ Application Layer Standardized(IEC61158-3,4,5,6)
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The History of Fieldbus Foundation
WorldFIP
North America
&
ISP
merge
Product
Interoperability
testing begins
Fast Ethernet
Project
launched
1996
1995
Scheduled release
of ITK 4.6
Scheduled release of
conformance tester
version 2.3
Initial HSE
Specification
released
Beta
test plat
completed
1994
March
March
1998
1997
FISCO
Final
specification
released
November
1999
2004
2002
2000
2001
2003
December
Early
specification
produced
January
HSE
testing
underway
February
Number of
registered
devices
Reaches 180
September
Conformance
tester
Version 2.0
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Redundancy and
Flexible Function Block
Achieve final
Specification status
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Original End User Requirements for Fieldbus
 Average distance between Control Room and Plant: shall be :

Cable Distance :
1,200m

Transmission Distance :
2,400m (8,000 ft)
→ H1 Fieldbus Cable Distance : 1,900m (with maximum nodes)
 Transmission speed considering for the anti-noise immunity, attenuation and
reflection of signal shall be:

50Kbps - 500Kbps.
→ H1 Fieldbus
: 31.25Kbps
H2 (High Speed) Fieldbus
: 1 Mbps or 2.5 Mbps
(FF Specification)
H1 Fieldbus + 100Mbps HSE(High Speed Ethernet)
 Cable Type: Existing multi-core cables shall be applicable and device power /
signal transmission shall be available through single pair cable
→ Type A, B, C, D Cables
 The Fieldbus Devices shall be workable in Intrinsic Safe environment with
flammable gas atmosphere in Hydrocarbon Processing Industry.
→ Entity Model:Current Limit (19V、40~60mA), 10mA~30mA/ Device
FISCO Model (Fieldbus Intrinsic Safety Concept) : 110mA
FNICO Model (Fieldbus Non-Incendive Concept) : 350mA
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IEC61158 Structure
(as of June, 2004)
IEC 61158 Part 1-Part 6 (PHL/DL/AL)
Type
Proposed by
Type- 1: Fieldbus(ANSI/ISAS50.01)
:IEC/ISA Original Specification
Type- 2: ControlNet
:ControlNet Int’l
Type- 3: Profibus DP/PA
:Profibus Organization
Type- 4: P-Net
:Norwegian Fieldbus Consortium
Type- 5: Fieldbus Foundation HSE
:Fieldbus Foundation
Type- 6: Swiftnet
:
Type- 7: WorldFIP
:WorldFIP
Type- 8: Interbus S
:
Type- 9: Foundation H1 Fieldbus
:Fieldbus Foundation
Type-10: Profinet
: Profibus Organization
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Fieldbus Protocol Structure
USER LAYER
IEC 61804-2
USER LAYER
OSI Model
7
APPLICATION LAYER
6
PRESENTATION LAYER
7
SESSION LAYER
4
TRANSPORT LAYER
4
3
NETWORK LAYER
3
1
5
2
DATA LINK LAYER
PHYSICAL LAYER
PHYSICAL LAYER
1
IETF TCP/UDP
IETF IP
IEC 61158 - DLL
IEC 61158
@ 31.25 kbit/s
H1
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COMMUNICATION
STACK
5
2
IEC 61158 - FMS
USER LAYER
IEC 61804-2
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IEEE 802.3
MAC
IEEE 802.3u
@ 100 Mbit/s
HSE
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Humble Beginnings
H1: 31.25 Kbps
Computers
Control
network
Process
controllers
H1 Fieldbus
Junction
box
Field
devices
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FOUNDATION Fieldbus Architecture
Operator
Work Station
Engineering
Work Station
Data Server
Application
H1 Devices
L
Linking Device
H1
Fieldbus
HSE
HSE
バッチコントローラ
Other Plants
H1 Devices
FFB
L
FFB
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Fieldbus
HSE
PLC
Non-FF
Sensor Bus
MIO
FFB
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H1 Digital I/O
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Integrated System Architecture
Servers access data from the HSE Backbone
Data is used to support Application Packages
such as:
MIS
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
SYSTEMS
Access the Data Warehouses
Provide Management Reports
Enterprise Resource Planning
Asset Management
APPLICATION
PACKAGES
DA Server
P
P
L
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L
L
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Released Specifications
SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
FF-581 System Architecture
FUNCTION BLOCKS
USER
LAYER
FF-890
FF-891
FF-892
FF-893
FF-894
DEVICE DESCRIPTION
Function Block Part 1 – FBAP Model
Function Block Part 2 – Basic
Function Block Part 3 – Advanced
Function Block Part 4 – Multiple I/O
Function Block Part 5 – Flexible
FF-103
FF-900
Capability File
DD Language (DDL)
UTILITY
FF-883 Common Device Software Download
H1 FIELDBUS (31.25 KBIT/S)
NETWORK
FF-801
FF-806
FF-816
FF-821
FF-822
FF-870
FF-875
FF-880
FF-940
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Network Management
H1-H1 Bridge
H1 Profile (Entity, FISCO, Fiber)
Data Link Services
Data Link Protocol
Fieldbus Message Specification
Fieldbus Access Sublayer
System Management
H1 Profile
HSE FIELDBUS (100 MBIT/S)
FF-586
FF-588
FF-589
FF-593
FF-803
FF-941
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Ethernet Presence
Field Device Access
HSE System Management
HSE Redundant Interface
HSE Network Management
HSE Profile
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FF Products Roadmap
FOUNDATION fieldbus Specifications
FOUNDATION fieldbus Training Courses
H1 Device Development
HSE Device Development
H1/HSE Host Development
H1 Conformance Test Kit
HSE Conformance Test Kit
DD Services Software
DD Registered Library
DD Tokenizer
DD Standard Library
DD Tokenizer
DD Standard Library
H1 Interoperability Test Kit
HSE Interoperability Test Kit
H1 Device Testing
HSE Device Testing
More Tools
H1 ITK
Automation Toolkit
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Host Interoperability
Support Testing
(HIST)
More Tools
HSE Analyzer
Toolkit Professional
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H1 Development History
H1 Today
Over 62 Registered Stacks from 26 suppliers
Over 200 Registered Devices from suppliers
Over 305,000 H1 Devices in the Field
HIST Compliant Hosts sampling: (4500)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ABB
Emerson – Delta V
Honeywell – Plantscape and Experion PKS
Invensys
Smar – System 302
Yamatake – Industrial DEO
Yokogawa – Centum and Stardom
Rockwell – Process Logix
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HSE Development History
HSE Today
10 Registered Linking Devices
•ABB (2 versions)
•Emerson
•National Instruments
•Rockwell
•Smar(3)
•Softing
•HMS Networks
HSE Function Block Devices in Beta Registration Test
HSE Redundant Devices in Lab System Test
Planning for FBCiHAB Demo at BP is Underway
- Includes registered HSE Linking Devices, FB Devices, and HSE Redundancy
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Fieldbus Foundation
Technology Updates
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Agenda
1. H1 Interoperability Improvement
 HIST Release 1.2
 H1 ITK Release 4.6
 H1 Power Supply Registration
2. Development Programs
 DD Cooperation Project
 Standard Transducer Block Specification
 HSE Registration
 HSE Device Redundancy
 Safety Instrumented Systems
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HIST Release 1.2
HIST Release 1.2 adds the following feature tests





Common Device Software Download
Multi-Variable Optimization
HSE Linking Device Configuration
Flexible Function Blocks
Device Replacement Support
Release Schedule




Comment Period 1
Comment Period 2
EUAC Comment @ GA2004
TSC Approval
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Feb 2004
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H1 ITK Release 4.6
H1 ITK 4.6 - Basis for DD Self Re-Registration



Update to support FF-103 FS 1.7 (Capability File) - Instantiation
Library support for Common Device Software Download
Minor bug fixes
Release Schedule



Beta Test Start
Beta Test Complete
TSC Approval
Mar 2004
Apr 2004
May 2004
Policy:
All DD/CF files must be retested* using ITK 4.6
within 6 months of release.
*Either by self-test or by FF
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H1 Power Supply Registration
Develop self-test specifications and registration testing for power
supplies to improve interoperability.
Fieldbus Power Supply Test Specification – Release 1.0




BOD Approval
Feb 2003
Project Kickoff
May 2003
Draft Test Specifications Completed
Jan 2004
Run Beta Registration Tests
Feb 2004
(MTL, P+F, Relcom)



Membership review of preliminary specification
Mar 2004
TSC Release of Test Specification
Apr 2004
First registered Power Supplies
Apr 2004
Nine power supplies registered and on FF Web Site
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DD Cooperation Project
FF/HCF/PNO
IEC 61804-2 EDDL based Extensions for Visualization
2003



Kickoff Meeting Completed – Host FF
Project Plan Issued
2nd Team Meeting – Host PNO
Feb
Mar
Jun
Requirements and Use Cases Agreed


Specifications and Guidelines Identified
Team Meeting – Host HCF
Specification Development
th
4 Team Meeting – Host FF
3nd
Sep
Oct
Specifications Agreed
Validation Planning Started
2004

5th Team Meeting – Host PNO
Draft of Interoperability Guideline Completed
Project Plan Updated (Revision 1.4) with Validation Plan
Jan

6th Team Meeting – Host HCF
Mar
Interoperability Guideline Agreed
Review of Validation Test Purposes
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DD Cooperation Project
It is a Super Set Specification of Device
Description Languages (EDDL)
IEC 61804-2
HART
COMMUNICATION FOUNDATION
FF DDL
EDD
HCF DDL
Working Group Members:
- Volunteers from FF, HCF and PNO
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DD Cooperation Project
FF Validation Schedule
 Populate Annex F of the IEC specification with the FF profile information.
Jan
 Identify host and field device prototype suppliers
Develop extensions to the DD Tokenizer software and DD Services software.
Develop FF host and FF field device lab prototypes (2 vendors) – parallel path to extensions.
Lab validation testing completed.
Apr
Sep
Sep
Dec
HCF Validation Schedule
2003
 Modify the HCF DDL specification to include DD Cooperation enhancements.
 Send HCF specification to HCF members for ballot (30 days).
 Approval of HCF specification.
2004
Modify HCF DD Tokenizer/development tools - make available to HCF membership for testing.
Validation Testing Completed.
Dec
Dec
PNO Validation Schedule
2003
 Draft of specification in IEC format reviewed by the PNO TC4 WG EDDL.
 Distribute specification to PNO advisory board for comments.
 PNO advisory board decides to start PNO member review process.
2004
 PNO member review - 3 month.
 Finalize specification and release.
2005
Certification (Interoperability Test) Process.
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Oct
Nov
Dec
Mar
Apr
Feb
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Standard Transducer Blocks
Develop specifications and registration testing for transducer
blocks to improve interoperability and ease of use (e.g. pressure,
temperature) Transducer Block Standard Structures Release 1.0
Standard Pressure Transducer Block
Release 1.0
2002
 4Q Project Kickoff
Team: E+H, Fieldbus Inc., Shell, Smar, Syncrude, Yamatake, Yokogawa
2003
 1Q Project Plan Approved
 2Q Pressure Specification Preliminary Specification
 3Q Pressure Devices from 2 vendors Delivered
 4Q Specification Validation Lab Test Completed for Pressure
2004
 1st Half – Release Pressure Final Specification
 2nd Half – Update ITK with Pressure Test Cases – Beta ITK Testing
2005 – First registered Transducer Blocks
Test Cases for the Standard Pressure Transducer Block is included in ITK 4.6
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Standard Transducer Block Final
Specification Released
Standard pressure transducer block is the first to be released
Released - the final specification for a standard pressure transducer block
(TB). Like function blocks, TBs are key components of open, integrated
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus architecture. TBs reside at the fieldbus User
Layer , used to make sensor-related parameters needed for calibration and
diagnostics visible to the fieldbus network.
Standard TBs enable end users to realize additional operational benefits from
their FOUNDATION™ fieldbus system, reduced setup time when replacing
devices, improved consistency - interoperability of operator and
maintenance displays between devices from different vendors, and
improved asset utilization.
Tested, proven and easy to implement this significant step forward provides
end users with improved access to maintenance and diagnostics.
supporting operating system independent proven information in
interoperable fieldbus devices.
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HSE Registration

HSE Linking Device Class 42a-1
Supports client/server - Enables H1 configuration and operation from HSE
ABB (2 versions), Emerson, Smar, and Softing devices are registered.

HSE Linking Device Class 42a-2
42a2 includes Function Block Connect Option – easier configuration from host
National Instruments, Rockwell and Smar devices are registered
Total of Eight HSE Class 42a Linking Devices Registered

HSE Linking Device Class 42c Registration

3Q 2004*
42c Includes 42a-2 + H1-H1 Bridging,
H1-HSE Publisher/Subscriber,
Time Sync

HSE Field Device Class 41c Registration
3Q 2004*
41c HSE device with Function Blocks
* Depends on vendor schedules
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HSE Device Redundancy
Priority 1
FINAL SPECS
HSE Linking Devices
Class 42a-1, 42a-2
Standard Internet
Network Equipment
H1
H1
P
H1
P
L

L
Plant
Plant
Priority 2
HSE Device with Function Blocks
Class 41
Priority 3
Host
HSE Device with Redundant Interface


Class 47
Aug 04
Priority 4
HSE Redundant Device
Class 46
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HSE Device Redundancy
Host
Single LAN that is Fault Tolerant
100 Mbit/s
HSE Stitches
A
B
A
To H1
Redundant Pair of HSE Linking Devices
Vendor A
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HSE Device Redundancy
Redundant Interface – Class 47
 Class 47 Redundant Interface Lab Testing
 System Test Plan Approved by TSC
 Vendors Update Prototypes; Run System Test
 TSC Release Redundant Interface Final Specification
 HSE Analyzer Toolkit Professional Released
Mar 2002
May 2002
Jan 2003
Feb 2003
May 2003
- Supports Redundant Interface Capture
Redundant Device – Class 46
 Class 46 Redundant Device Lab/System Test Plan Approved
 Run Class 46 Lab Test (standalone)
 Update Specifications and Compete Test Cases
 Update prototypes and Rerun System Test
 TSC Release Redundant Device Final Specification
 Complete Beta Registration Testing for Redundancy
 TSC Release Redundancy Test Purposes for Registration
 First Registered Class 47/46 Devices
May 2003
Dec 2003
May 2004
Jun 2004
Aug 2004
4Q 2004
1Q 2005
1Q 2005*
* Depends on vendor schedules
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Safety Instrumented Systems
IEC 61508 based, TÜV certified, concept for application of
FOUNDATION fieldbus to Safety Instrumented Systems
2002
 Project approved by BOD
Oct
2003

Kickoff (Requirements and planning) hosted by HIMA
Team: ABB, DuPont, ExxonMobil, Emerson, FF, Shell, HIMA, Honeywell,
Invensys/Triconex, Metso, Rotork, Saudi Aramco, Smar Softing, TÜV, Yokogawa
Jan
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
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
Project Management Plan Approved by TSC
Mar
2nd Full Team meeting (Architecture) hosted by Shell Global Solutions
Jun
WebEx Review of Architecture with Function Block/DD/CF Teams
Aug
3rd Full Team meeting (Protocol and Safety Analysis) hosted by ABB
Sep
Technical Team Meeting (Protocol and Function Blocks) hosted by Smar
Nov
TÜV Approval of FF-SIS System Concept
Dec 15
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Future Open FF- SIS
Today
Operator
Interface
Tomorrow
Engineer
Interface
Proprietary Network
SIS Logics
Hard Wired
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FF-SIS – New Kid on the Block
USER LAYER
IEC 61804-2
OSI Model
7
6
USER LAYER
7
APPLICATION LAYER
PRESENTATION LAYER
USER LAYER
IEC 61804-2
USER LAYER
IEC 61804-2
IEC 61158 - FMS
IEC 61158 - FDA
6
COMMUNICATION
STACK
COMMUNICATION
STACK
5
SESSION LAYER
4
TRANSPORT LAYER
3
NETWORK LAYER
2
DATA LINK LAYER
2
IEC 61158 - DLL
PHYSICAL LAYER
Physical Layer 1
IEC 61158
@ 31.25 kbit/s
IEEE 802.3u
@ 100 Mbit/s
H1
HSE
1
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IEC 61508
5
IETF TCP/UDP
4
IETF IP
3
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MAC
Physical Layer
H1/HSE
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FF-SIS Extension
 Communication Protocol
 IEC 61508 Part 2 Section 7.4.8 Compliant
Communication Fault Diagnostic
 User Layer
 IEC 61508 Part 3 Section 7.4.4 Compliant
Fault Diagnostic Function Block
CRC(Cyclic Redundancy Check)
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FF-SIS User Layer Extentions
 FBAP(Function Block Application Process) – Part 6
 SIS Write Protection Lock
 SIS Digital Input
 SIS Analog Input
 SIS Digital Output
 SIS Analog Value Selectior
 SIS Digital Value Selector
 SIS AND/OR/XOR
In addition to Device Resource Block, FF-SIS Diagnostic and
Statistical Function Block will be provided.
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Safety Instrumented Systems
2004
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Draft Preliminary Specification (DPS) Expert Review - hosted by Shell
4th Full Team meeting (Validation Planning) - hosted by Shell
Identify Lab Prototype Suppliers and Lab Test site (Infraserve)
TÜV Agreement on Type Approval Steps for FF-SIS Protocol
Editors meeting to resolve DPS review comments – hosted by Triconex
Update specifications to DPS 0.9
SIS and FB Team Review of DPS 0.9 – Update and release DPS 1.0
Lab Conformance Test Tool Available
5th Full Team Meeting (Profile and Application Guide) – hosted by Infraserve
Lab prototypes available - Begin Lab Specification Validation Tests
Update Specification to Preliminary Specification (PS) status
Mar
Mar
Apr
Apr
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Sep
Sep
Dec
2005
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FF Membership Review of PS
TÜV Type Approval for FF-SIS protocol
TSC Release of Final Specifications (FS)
Beta FF-SIS Testing Kits (Conformance and Interoperability)
Beta Registration Test (2 beta products)
Beta Product Evaluation – Shell Global Solutions
First registered FF-SIS devices
1Q
2Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
4Q
TBD*
* Depends on vendor schedules
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End User Benefit
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Process Operator Benefits
 What can be achieved by Fieldbus?
Device and Process Diagnostics available by multi-variable
devices
 Detect gas substance in Mass Flow Meter
 Detect and Notify supply air drop of Control Valve
 Detect and Notify the stick of Control Valve Stem
 Historise the statistical data of Control Valve travel (stem
time)
 Detect and Notify in-pulse stick of Pressure Transmitter
 Detect and Notify open thermocouple situation
 Detect and Notify the Unfilled water condition of Magnetic
Flowmeter
 Detect and Notify the pipe vibration of Colioli Flow Meter
 Detect glass electrode corruption of pH Analyzer
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“Unneeded” Trips To The Field
- Avoided Through Remote Diagnostics
63%
50%
40%
35%
30%
28%
20%
20%
6%
10%
6%
4%
0%
Routine
Check
No
Calibration
Problem
Shift
Zero
Off
Plugged
Lines
Failed
Instrument
Source: Dow Chemical Company
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Engineering Savings
Time/ Device
Analog
Fieldbus
Development of Control
Strategy (P&ID Development)
2
1
Instrument Index development
/ production
0.5
0.5
I/O Address assignments
0.3
0.1
I/O List Development
1.5
0.5
Instrument loop diagram
design/documentation
4
2
Marshalling panel design /
documentation
.3
0
Field terminal box design /
documentation
.3
0.1
2.25
0.7
.5
0.5
11.65
5.4
Electrical Cabling and
termination lists
Precommissioning
configuration of devices
Total
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Traditional Fieldbus
Task
0
5
10
15
Hours
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Repeatable Savings
50%
Savings
Wiring
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90%
Savings
85%
Savings
50%
Savings
Commissioning
Control-Room
Space
Ongoing
Maintenance
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CAPEX/OPEX Savings in Oil Production Platform
By JNOC Study
Oil & Gas Platform model:
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Oil reserves:
Gas reserves:
Oil production plateau:
Outage cost per hour:
200 million barrels
100 billion cubic feet
75,000 barrels per day
US$ 100,000
Flare Stack
Helideck
Drill Derrick
Crane
Crane
Bridge
Quarters Platform
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Production Platform
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CAPEX/OPEX Savings in Oil Production Platform
By JNOC Study
Initial
Expenditure
Operating
Expenditure
Life Cycle
Expenditure
Expenditure(M$)
Reduction(M$)
Expenditure(M$)
Reduction(M$)
Expenditure(M$)
Reduction(M$)
Conventional
Instrumentation
Fieldbus
Instrumentation
19.07
12.20
-
6.87
103.57
69.33
-
44.21
122.64
81.53
-
51.07
Reduction(
%)
36.0%
38.9%
38.5%
Total: $ 100 M for 25 years
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Result: End User Benefits
CAPEX Fieldbus reduces capital costs
• Reduced engineering and documentation time
• Reduced installation and startup time
• Reduced controller and I/O equipment
• Reduced control room space
And…FASTER TIME TO REVENUE
OUTPUT
OPEX
Output Efficiency
Quality
COST
Operation &
Maintenance
Throughput
Safety, Health
& Environment
Utilities
Availability
Waste/ Rework
Cost Efficiency
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End User Participation
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End User Seminar – Shenzhen, China ( May 26, 2004)
Ronald Szanyi, P.E.
Project Development Leader for
ExxonMobil Research & Engineering
(EMRE), Fairfax, VA
Member of the Fieldbus Foundation
Board of Directors since 2000
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End User involvement in FF - Why is it
important?
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Ensure interoperable system
Ensure users needs are met
Prioritize the enhancements
Plan for technology improvement
Take advantage of opportunities
Field trial testing
Identify economic drivers
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End User involvement in FF - Why is it important?
(cont’d)
 Create internal practices - engineering & maintenance
 Association with industry innovators and technology
leaders
 Move to predictive maintenance
 Understand what you need to know to engineer a
project
 Networking (FUN, Fieldbus Facts)
 Sharing of successes and failures
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End User involvement in FF - Why is it
important?
(cont’d)
 Input to new areas of development
 Access to System Engineering Guide
 Help educate engineering contractors
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Some examples of end user
involvement successes
•Interoperability testing
•Device Descriptions enhancement
•Flexible Function Blocks
•FF-SIS
•Transducer Blocks
•HIST Host Interoperability Support Test
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End User Requests
• Focus on
– Interoperability issues are
Management layer to
between hosts and field
devices, devices are
define and show life
interoperable between selves
cycle economics / lost
• Device Connections/
opportunity
Physical Layer / Power
• Strengthen HIST
Supplies
• Access and Integration
of FF data and
associated benefits.
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– Presentations to vertical
industry groups
• Interoperability “labs”
– Regional Centers of
Excellence
– Private or commercial
ventures
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Directions
Short Term (1-2 years)
•Technology Issues
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•Adoption Issues
Fieldbus for Safety
Applications
Transducer Block
standardization
HSE Interoperability/
Control Backbone
HSE Applications
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Interoperability Labs
(HIST)
Fieldbus Economics
Flexible Function Block
Demonstration
Revision Level
Management
FF Knowledge Base
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Directions
Long Term (5 years)
• Standard Maintenance Suite
• Enterprise Integration
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ERP benefits
• Global Process Industry market leader
• Implement White Papers
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How to get involved
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Sign up End User Society Membership
Sign up for Fieldbus Member Forums
Sign up for Fieldbus Users Network (FUN) List
Sign up for Fieldbus Facts news
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The Future is Bright
 Major global projects are specifying
FOUNDATION fieldbus
 Demonstrated success on retrofit and
re-instrumentation projects
 Technology enhancements under development!
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Fieldbus Foundation
A Decade of Leadership
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