Team Power

Task Schedule

scada Task Outline and tentative Schedule

Task      1         Communications Design

Subtask   1.1      SCADA Architecture Diagram  Due 03 / 20 / 09   Completed

               1.2      Bill of Materials  Due 04 / 01 / 09 Completed

 

Task      2         SCADA Design

Subtask   2.1      Points List  Due 05 / 15 / 09 Completed

               2.2      Theory of Operation  Due 05 / 01 / 09  Completed

 

Task      3         SCADA Device Configuration

Subtask   3.1      Relay Settings Files Due 10 / 21 /  09 Completed

               3.2      Communications Equipment Configuration  Due 12 / 1 /  09 Completed

               3.3      HMI Screen Development  Due 10 / 21 /  09 Completed

 

Task      4         RTDS

Subtask   4.1      Learn how to use the RTDS. Start Date 9 / 30 /  09 Completed

 

Task      5         SCADA System Bench Test

Subtask   5.1      Bench Testing  Due 12 / 1 /  09 Completed

 

 

Important Steps for Remainder of Second Semester

· Obtain 3530 communications processor!!!

· Configure relays for communications with 3530 communications processor.

· Configure 3530 communications processor for communications with HMI.

· Learn how to use RTDS test equipment.

· Test configurations for proper operation.


Task 1
Communications Design

Objectives:

To design communications for telephone and SCADA systems.

 

Task Assumptions:

Collection system layout completed.

Protection system devices selected

Substation data to be collected in a single data concentration device enabling engineering maintenance access in addition to real-time SCADA data access.

Data concentration device to provide web server acting as HMI to display real-time substation data.

DNP TCP/IP channel provided by data concentration device to make data available to offsite host.

 

Task Deliverables:

SCADA Architecture Diagram

Bill of Materials

Deliverables to be sent to POWER for review and approval. Comments will be provided to University of Idaho.

Make agreed upon changes to all documents and re-submit as “Issued for Implementation”.

 

 

Subtask 1.1           SCADA Architecture Diagram

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho / POWER

 

Prepare a Communication SCADA Architecture Diagram of the control building, substation devices, and O&M building illustrating the interconnection of SCADA network and engineering maintenance devices at the substation. Diagram shall identify devices, port numbers, communication cable type, protocols and device addresses. POWER will supply examples of SCADA architecture diagrams from previous projects. Submit to POWER for review and approval prior to implementation.

 

 

Subtask 1.2           Bill of Materials

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho / POWER

 

Prepare a Bill of Materials (BOM) to identify all components necessary to implement the communications system. Equipment intended to interact with outside entities’ standard equipment will be identified.  Submit to POWER for review and approval prior to implementation.

 


Task 2
SCADA Design

Objectives:

To develop points list identifying data collected from all substation devices and all data made available to host nodes and a Theory of Operation document describing overall operation of the substation SCADA system.

 

Task Prerequisites:

Collection Substation and Interconnect Substation Single-lines

Collection Substation Schematics

Collection Substation Control Building Equipment Layout

Communications Block Diagram

Bill of Material

Interconnect Utilities SCADA Requirements

Wind Farm SCADA Description including Points List(s)

 

Task Assumptions:

Points List to provide all information necessary to program data concentration device as well as all parameters for programming communications to host and slave devices

Where necessary Points List to provide programming information for slave devices

Points List to identify all SCADA index information for host programming in addition to channel information

Points List to identify all parameters including, but not limited to, protocol, master/slave address, baud rate, port, etc.

Wind Farm SCADA to be made available to substation data concentration device via MODBUS TCP, but all Wind Farm SCADA programmed by others

 

Task Deliverables:

Points List for each IED in substation control house and intelligent devices within substation equipment enclosures in Microsoft Excel file

Points List to include unique tabs for description of data to be provided to host devices including communication channel parameters and protocol index information

Theory of Operation document describing in  detail communications system, logic algorithms, failure modes, HMI screen descriptions, engineering access, and security measures

Deliverables to be sent to POWER for review and approval

Upon completion, discuss comments and required changes in an on-site meeting

Make agreed upon changes to all documents and re-submit as “Issued for Implementation”

 


Subtask 2.1           Points Lists

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho / POWER

 

Develop Points Lists for SCADA System including data collected by IEDs, Wind Farm SCADA, slave devices using  Microsoft Excel template provided by POWER. Submit to POWER for review and approval prior to implementation.

 

 

Subtask 2.2           Theory of Operation

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho / POWER

 

Develop Theory of Operation document describing the entire SCADA and communication system and all interactions. Include any logic required and description of HMI screens within the data concentration device for display and control. Submit to POWER for review and approval prior to implementation.


Task 3
SCADA Device CONFIGURATION

Objectives:

To develop configuration files for all non-system protection devices within the scope defined in the Theory of Operation document.

 

Task Prerequisites:

Points List(s)

Theory of Operation

Substation Schematics and Wiring Diagrams

Collection System layout

 

Task Assumptions:

Configurations will be made available for all devices identified in BOM including data collection, monitoring, and communications devices to provide the complete SCADA system as described in the Theory of Operation.

 

Task Deliverables:

Configuration files for IEDs not performing system protection in the native format of the specific device. When offline configuration is not possible, prepare a device settings report providing all information to be programmed on the device.

HMI screens

Programmed logic algorithms

 

 

Subtask 3.1           IED Configuration

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho

 

For all non-system protection devices (e.g. energy meters) provide complete configuration files. For system protection devices (i.e. protective relays, transformer monitors, etc.) provide settings report identifying all configuration parameters required to provide the system as described in the Theory of Operation.

 

 

 

Subtask 3.2           Communications Equipment Configuration

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho

 

Configurations for all equipment required to realize the communications system as described in the Theory of Operation is to be provided in the vendor’s native format. When offline configuration is not possible a Settings Report is to be prepared and must include all information required to program the device as per the Theory of Operations.

 

 

Subtask 3.3           HMI Screen Development

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho / POWER

 

POWER and University of Idaho design team will confer after development of the Theory of Operation and determine which HMI screens will be developed during this phase of the project. University of Idaho will configure the agreed upon HMI screens using the vendor software within the data concentration. Screens will be made available as per the Theory of Operations document. Minimum screens to be made available are, overall oneline with basic status/metering, detailed turbine information for each wind turbine generator, alarm log, relay detail pages providing engineering access, and alarm log.

 

 


Task 4
SCADA System Bench Test

Objectives:

The SCADA system communications, logic, and HMI will be tested in as complete a manner as possible with available equipment. Three-phase values will be injected in system devices (e.g. relays, meters, etc.) to provide metering values and initiate system trips and alarms to verify statuses.

 

Task Prerequisites:

Device Configuration Files

 

Task Assumptions:

University of Idaho will obtain as many pieces of equipment from vendors as possible. POWER may be able to supplement some equipment as required for testing.

Testing will occur as near the source as possible using three phase test sets and forcing of status points as necessary.

Analog testing will verify phase, mapping and scaling.

Full test procedures will be provided for review prior to testing.

 

Task Deliverables:

Testing Procedures Document

Completed Test Report

 

 

 

Subtask 5.1           Bench Testing

 

Responsibility: University of Idaho / POWER

 

Using equipment obtained for the University of Idaho SCADA lab and in conjunction with POWER’s test lab, all systems are to be tested in as complete a manner as possible. All available points will be verified for correct operation against the SCADA points list. This will include verification of receiving of correct status/analog values as well as asserting all configured controls. HMI screens are to be verified for correct point identification/mapping, labeling, color changes, scaling, etc.