This course is designed to familiarize the participants with the features and terminology of batch processes, the engineering methodology for automating a batch plant, and the implementation of batch control and recipe management on the CENTUM CS 3000 batch platform.
For application/process engineers responsible for the design, implementation, or application maintenance of a CS3000 batch control system.
Participants should have attended Centum CS 3000 Engineering course.
||Introduction on characteristics & control requirements of batch processes
ISA S88.01 Batch Control Models & terminology
General Batch Control Engineering Methodology
Overview and Step-by-step activities involved in CS3000 batch packages
Laboratory work : Familiarization with an automated recipe & simultaneous execution of multiple batches
||Concept of Unit Supervision and Batch Engineering Activities
Management of Shared Resources
Laboratory work : Building Unit Instruments and Suporting Instruments
Concept of Recipe Common Blocks
Laboratory work : Setup of User-defined Common blocks, Project Backup & restore
||Derivation of Batch Operations from a Recipe
Concept of SFC Sequences, Operations & Phases
Operation SFC Function Blocks & Basics of SEBOL Batch Control Language
Laboratory work : Building SFC sequences, Operation SFC Instruments
||Concept of Process Management, Batch Plant Trains and Paths
Laboratory work: Building Trains & Paths
Concept of Master Recipe, Overview of Batch Operation & Monitoring Screens
Laboratory work : Loading and operation of a Control Recipe & Building Master recipe
||Concept of Exception Handling Logic
Laboratory work : Modification of master recipe to include Exception handling
Customizing the State Transition Matrix and concept of Batch Report
Laboratory work : Creating a Custom State Transition Matrix
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