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Alarm Management for Process Control

Alarm Management for Process Control

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This book embodies the current best practices of process control alarm systems for industrial manufacturing facilities. It is a comprehensive guide developed to help you understand, design, evaluate, and use alarm systems. The coverage is accurate and complete and, at the same time, easy to grasp. The book contains all the “what is” information about alarm management so that you will fully understand. There is an extensive “how to” that you can use to perform every aspect of alarm system redesign. The style is low key. The technology is down to earth, solid, and based on strong design fundamentals.

This book embodies the current best practices of process control alarm systems for industrial manufacturing facilities. It is a comprehensive guide developed to help you understand, design, evaluate, and use alarm systems. The coverage is accurate and complete and, at the same time, easy to grasp. The book contains all the “what is” information about alarm management so that you will fully understand. There is an extensive “how to” that you can use to perform every aspect of alarm system redesign. The style is low key. The technology is down to earth, solid, and based on strong design fundamentals.

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Publish date: May 1, 2009
Added to Scribd: Aug 12, 2009
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Chapter 2: Abnormal Situations
472.1 Key Concepts 482.2 Introducing Abnormal Situations 49Two Scenarios 49The Two Sides of Abnormal Situations 502.3 Observing Abnormal Situations 512.4 Understanding Abnormal Situations 532.5 Understanding Incidents 55General Concepts Learned 55 Your Plant Data 552.6 General Lessons from Incidents 56Examination for Cause 57Hazards Defined by the FAA 60Two Events 612.7 Critical Contributors to Incidents 61Subtle Abnormalities 61The Human Nature of Operators 62Stop in Time 632.8 The Importance of Time 63 An Example 63Process Safety Time 65SUDA 66 Alarm Activation Point and Time 672.9 Why Abnormal Situations Are Important 672.10 Message of Abnormal Situations 69State of Control Loops 70The Magic in a Control Loop 71 Abnormal Situations in Perspective 72

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