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1 Scope
2 Normative and informative references
2.1 Normative references
2.2 Informative references
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations
3.1 Terms and definitions
3.2 Acronymes
4 The system control diagram (SCD) approach
4.1 Conceptual definition
4.2 Framework
4.3 Life cycle concept
4.4 Basic design (informative)
4.5 Alarm management
Annex A (Normative) System control diagram (SCD) function standard
A.1 Introduction
A.1.1 General
A.1.2 Compliance
A.1.3 Positive logic
A.1.4 Execution sequence of logic
A.1.5 Functions used in SIF
A.1.6 HMI presentation
A.2 Terminal codes
A.2.1 General
A.2.2 Signal types (1.Character)
A.2.3 Explanatory code (succeeding characters)
A.2.4 Terminal description for function templates
A.4.1 Introduction
A.4.2 Function template name convention
A.4.3 CA – PID controller
A.4.1 CS – Step control
A.4.2 HA – Analogue input command
A.4.3 HB – Binary input command
A.4.4 KB – Sequence logic interface template
A.4.5 LB – Safeguarding shutdown level
A.4.6 MA - Monitoring of analogue process variables
A.4.7 MAS – Analogue measurement acquisition from subsystems
A.4.8 MB – Monitoring of binary (digital) process variables
A.4.9 OA – Analogue output
A.4.10 QA – Totalizer
A.4.11 SB - Single binary signal for shutdown
A.4.12 SBB – Breaker control template
A.4.13 SBC – Coordinator for SBE
A.4.14 SBE – Control of electrical equipment
A.4.15 SBV – Control of pneumatic/hydraulic equipment
A.4.16 Sequence logic
Annex B (Normative) SCD drawing standard
B.1 Introduction
B.2 Content of SCDs
B.2.1 Equipment
B.2.2 Measuring instruments
B.2.3 Functions
B.2.4 Flow paths
B.2.5 Information not shown on the SCDs
B.2.6 Black box representation
B.2.7 Parallel equipment
B.3 Layout
B.3.1 Readability
B.3.2 The extent of information on SCDs
B.3.3 Location of information on the SCDs
B.3.4 Direction of flow
B.3.5 Page connectors
B.3.6 From P&ID/D&ID to SCD
B.4 Symbols
B.4.1 General
B.4.2 Function template symbol
Figure B.4 - Integration level II symbol
B.4.3 Symbols for logic and arithmetic functions
B.4.4 Extended connection line for EFB functions
B.4.5 Parameter labels
B.4.6 Signal line
B.4.7 Process line
B.4.8 Line connections
B.4.9 Process and signal line crossing/jump
B.4.10 Sequential flow chart lines
B.4.11 Instruments
B.4.12 Mechanical equipment
B.4.13 Valves
B.4.14 Electrical equipment
B.4.15 Sequence symbols
B.4.16 Reference symbols
B.5 Tagging
B.6 Terminal codes
B.7 Symbol and font sizes
B.8 Layers and colors
C.1.5 Productivity
C.2 Implementation
C.2.1 Objectives
C.2.2 Unambiguous input
C.2.3 Standardisation
C.2.4 Productivity
C.2.5 Documentation
C.2.6 Verification
C.3 Commissioning
C.3.1 Objectives
C.3.2 Commissioning procedures
C.3.3 Commissioning runs
C.4 Operation
C.4.1 General
C.4.2 Objectives
C.4.3 Production control
C.5 Modifications
Annex D (Normative) SCD legend
D.1 Introduction
D.2 Function template symbols
D.3 Function template terminal placement
D.4 Reference symbols
D.5 Function identifier for safety system interface
D.6 Field device symbols
D.7 Instrument signals
D.8 Constant values
D.9 Logic and arithmetic symbols
D.10 Sequential function chart symbols
Annex E (informative) SCD application guidelines
E.1 Purpose
E.2 Tagging
E.3 Application typical
E.3.1 General
E.3.2 Process measurements
E.3.3 Action and warning alarms
E.3.4 Process modulating control
E.3.5 Control of on/off valves and dampers
E.3.6 Failure actions for of on/off valves
E.3.7 On/off valves and control valve interaction
E.3.8 Electrical equipment control
E.3.9 HVAC
E.3.9.3 Control of HVAC fans
E.3.10 Shutdown
E.3.11 Interface to external systems
E.3.12 Condition monitoring
E.3.13 Electrical distribution control
E.3.14 Parallel functions
E.3.15 Sequences
E.3.16 Use of ’Black boxes’
E.3.17 Use of project specific functions
Annex F (Normative) SCD Control function templates behaviour
F.1 Purpose
F.2 Method for description of behaviour (control function state charts)
F.2.1 Basic idea
F.2.2 State charts
F.2.3 Modelling of the processing of process information
F.2.4 Parallel state charts
F.2.5 Symbols used for modelling control functions using state charts
F.3 Description of behaviour in various modes
F.3.1 General
F.3.2 Auto-manual mode
F.3.3 Blocked mode
F.3.4 Disable transition mode
F.3.5 Internal external mode
F.3.8 Suppress alarm mode
F.4 Definition of templates control function behaviour
F.4.1 General
F.4.2 CA - PID controller template behaviour
F.4.3 CS - Step control template behaviour
F.4.4 HA - Analogue input command template behaviour
F.4.5 HB - Binary input command template behaviour
F.4.6 KB - Sequence header template behaviour
F.4.7 LB - Safeguarding shutdown level template behaviour
F.4.8 MA - Monitoring of analogue process variable template behaviour
F.4.9 MAS - Analogue measurement acquisition from subsystem template behaviour
F.4.10 MB - Monitoring of binary (digital) process variables template behaviour
F.4.11 OA - Analogue output template behaviour
F.4.12 QA - Totalize template behaviour
F.4.13 SB - Single binary signal for shutdown template behaviour
F.4.14 SBB - Breaker control template behaviour
F.4.15 SBC - Coordinator for SBE template behaviour
F.4.16 SBE - Controls of electrical equipment template behaviour
G.5.2 Temperature control
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