Batch Control Using the ANSI/ISA88 Standards (IC40)
Length: 3 days
CEU Credits: 2.1
Course Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
This course presents an approach to developing functional requirements/specifications using the models and terminology defined in the ANSI/ISA88 batch control standards. A review of the characteristics of batch manufacturing systems is included. Participants will explore the ANSI/ISA88 concept that separates the recipe from the equipment. This course includes a methodology that defines an object approach based on ANSI/ISA88 that promotes the reuse of these objects from one project to the next.
You will be able to:
- Specify the requirements for a batch control system
- Effectively structure and subdivide equipment entities
- Define procedural elements that can be effectively used with the above equipment entities
- Describe modes and states and how they are applied at the equipment level
- Develop phase logic that executes in equipment and that can deal with both normal and abnormal operations
- Recognize the various control languages that are available
- Identify the alternative architectures for Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), Distributed Control Systems (DCSs), and PC-based control systems
- Describe the interfaces that are needed between batch control and other systems within an enterprise
You will cover:
- ANSI/ISA88 Standards: NAMUR NE33 Guidelines | IEC 848 | IEC-1131
- Physical Model: Process Cells | Units | Equipment Modules | Control Modules
- Recipe Types: General | Site | Master | Control
- Recipe Information Categories: Header | Procedure | Formula | Equipment Requirements
- Procedural Control Model: Procedure | Unit | Operation | Phase
- Modes and States: Exception Handling | Allocation and Arbitration
- Batch Tracking: History | Reports
- Control Activity Model: Recipe Management | Production Planning and Scheduling | Production Information Management | Process Management | Unit Supervision | Process Control | Personnel and Environmental Protection
- Develop procedural elements using the ANSI/ISA88 procedural control model and test those procedural elements against the equipment entities
- Develop recipes using the ANSI/ISA88 recipe model and the ANSI/ISA88 recipe representation
- Develop phase logic that runs in the equipment entities and links to the procedural elements
- Apply the modes and various states defined in ANSI/ISA88
Course Resources (included with registration):
- ISA Standards:
- To register for this course Contact ISA or email email@example.com
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