DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEM WITH A SUBSYSTEM FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF EQUIPMENT STATUS FOR AN ENTERPRISE MANUFACTURING STAINLESS STEEL PIPES BY WELDING

Evgenii Grishin, Kirill Nesterov

Abstract


This article describes the process of developing an integrated process control system for an enterprise for the production of stainless steel pipes, based on the combination of local automation systems into a factory information technology system. Briefly describes the technological cycle of the production, the equipment used, its features, as well as its change as a result of the introduction of the process control system. It describes the requirements for quality control of products and methods for this control. The features and composition of the process control system are explained. The items of equipment included in the process control system are listed, their technical characteristics are given, and their choice is justified. Software and their structure, the interaction of elements in the system, the main tasks solved by the process control system and their influence on the quality of the finished product are described. The technical and economic analysis and justification of the application of the process control system for this production is carried out.


Keywords


APCS; Continuous Diagnostics; Continuous Quality Control; EAM; SCADA; Pipe Welding

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21303/2585-6847.2019.001029

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