PREPARED NA BY PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED CHECKED BY ONSHORE COMPRESSOR STATION 4 PROJECT APPROVED BY CERTIFIED NA (PTT) REV. DATE REVISED APPROVED DESCRIPTION NO. BY BY D1 18-Feb-08 NA ISSUED FOR ITB D2 19-May-08 NA REVISION ISSUED FOR ITB SPECIFICATION FOR DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATION SPC-0804.02-60.05 REV.D2 TOTAL 31 PAGES . AREA CODE OF SITE LOCATION GENERAL AREA: 010 PTT PLC. CONTRACT NO. PTT PLC. PROJECT NO. 0804.02 DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 2 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 CONTENTS SECTION 1.0 SCOPE OF SERVICE .............................................................................. 3 2.0 SYSTEM OVERVIEW ............................................................................. 3 3.0 DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS ....................................................... 4 4.0 APPLICABLE SPECIFICATIONS, STANDARDS AND DRAWINGS ................. 5 5.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .................................................................... 6 6.0 HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS................................................................10 7.0 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ..............................................................18 8.0 ENGINEERING, DETAILED DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION ......................25 9.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING ..................................................................26 10.0 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING ..................................................29 11.0 DELETED. ...........................................................................................30 12.0 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENT ........................................................30 DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 3 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 1.0 SCOPE OF SERVICE 1.1 This Specification defines the minimum technical and functional requirements for the Distributed Control System (DCS) to be installed for the Onshore Compressor Station 4 (OCS# 4). It also covers the requirements for the supply, installation, testing, and commissioning of the DCS system for the OCS# 4 project. 1.2 The Vendor shall furnish all labor, material, equipment, transportation, and facilities necessary to perform all work as defined in this specification and on the related drawings. 1.3 The work required of the Vendor includes design, engineering, procurement, transportation, installation, commissioning, and start-up of DCS hardware and software required for the monitoring and control of the OCS# 4 and FTPP facilities. 1.4 The DCS vendor shall be the single source of supply, engineering, installation and testing for the Safety Instrumented System logic solver, Plant Information Management System and Plant Resource Management System 2.0 SYSTEM OVERVIEW 2.1 The functions of the DCS are to control and monitor the OCS#4 and FTPP facilities to continuously produce on-specification products. 2.2 The OCS# 4 shall be controlled and monitored by the Yokogawa Centum CS 3000 R3 DCS system or the latest Yokogawa Centum series. 2.3 The system shall consist of a network of the Field Control Stations and Human Machine Interface work stations (HMI) which shall be located at the new Control Building. They shall provide the core DCS functions of: • Acquiring data from field instrument devices via Field Control Units (FCU) located locally at the instrument rack room in the new control building. • Acquiring data from the SIS logic solver, compressor control system, electrical system, FTPP SIS logic solver, DCS systems provided by the FTPP and LNG contractors, and other package equipments. • Processing the field data to detect alarms and other significant process/data changes. • Performing process and sequence control functions • Presenting the data to the user via easy to understand graphical displays and reports • Performing system monitoring and diagnostics to detect failure of DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 4 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 hardware and/or software and take appropriate actions. 2.4 The control and data acquisition equipments shall be housed at the instrument rack room in the new control building and/or other remote equipment rooms distributed throughout the facilities. A redundant fibre optic communication network shall link the various equipment rooms to the new control building. 2.5 The DCS system shall utilize a dual redundant Fast Ethernet LAN as the core communications backbone of the system. Each FCS and HMI workstations shall be connected to both system LANs. 2.6 Industrial type PC-based Operator workstations shall be used to access the process information in the FCSs. Each Operator workstation shall be connected to both DCS LANs and shall allow the user to interact with the information in the DCS system. 2.7 The Operator workstations shall function as the main interface for the DCS and SIS provided by both OCS# 4 and FTPP contractors, the compressor control system, the fire & gas system, the machine monitoring system and other package equipments. The functions of these work station shall include at least; • Graphical displays showing the process and equipment conditions of the FTP facilities • Trends of selected process variables • Alarm / Event management including alarm acknowledgment • Commands and controls to change the operating state of the FTP facilities • Summaries and reports 2.8 The DCS system shall support open interfaces with other systems such as higher level management information systems and other business systems. The system shall support TCP/IP based links to these external systems. The DCS system shall support the use of “standards” commonly used in the Microsoft environment, including OPC and COM. 3.0 DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS AMS - Asset Management System PRM - Plant Resource Management CCR - Central Control Room FTP facilities DCS - Distributed Control System EMC - Electromagnetic Compatibility DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 5 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 IS - Intrinsically Safe MTTR - Mean Time To Repair MTBF - Mean Time Between Failures RTD - Resistance Temperature Detector SER - Sequence Of Events Record UPS - Un-interruptible Power Supply VDU - Visual Display Unit (LCD TFT Type) HMI Human Machine Interface FTP Faculties The PTT facilities including the OCS# 4 and facilities provided by the FTPP contractor 4.0 APPLICABLE SPECIFICATIONS, STANDARDS AND DRAWINGS 4.1 Project Specification PHC-0804.02-60.01 Instrument and Control Philosophy SPC-0804.02-60.01 Instrumentation General Specification SPC-0804.02-60.02 Safety Instrumented System Logic Solver Specification 4.2 International Standards IEC 79 - Electrical Apparatus in Explosive Atmosphere IEE - Guidelines for the documentation of software in industrial computer systems 89/336/EEC - European Union EMC Directives EN 50081-2 - Emission, Industrial Environments EN 50082-2 - Immunity, Industrial Environment IEC 61000-4 - Electromagnetic Compatibility MIL-STD-217E - Military Handbook - Reliability Prediction of Electronic Equipment ISO 11064-3 - Ergonomic Design of Control Centres DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 6 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 ISO 9241-3, -5 - Ergonomics requirements for office work with Visual Display Terminals (VDTs) 4.3 Project Drawings 60-3-0804.02-6000-001 OCS 4 Control System and Interface Block Diagram 60-3-0804.02-6000-002 to 004 OCS 4 Control System and Interface Architecture 5.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 5.1 System Environment The DCS equipments shall be installed in the control building, where the temperature and humidity are climate controlled, i.e. air-conditioned. However, in the event of failure of the air-conditioner, the system is expected to continue normal operation. Therefore, the system shall be designed for continuous operation under the following conditions: • 20º to 50º Celsius operating temperature range • 10% to 95% relative humidity, non condensing 5.2 System Architecture 5.2.1 The system shall comprise of a distributed architecture with a microprocessor- based control system consisting of discrete types of functional hardware elements interconnected to provide overall system functionality, i.e. distributed architecture. 5.2.2 The system shall also be geographically distributed with the control and data acquisition functions performed at a remote location within the OCS# 4 area and the control and monitoring of these functions from the new Control Building.. 5.2.3 The DCS shall be based on an “open” architecture where the system has inherent capabilities to integrate and exchange information with other systems and/or platforms via industry standard protocols. 5.2.4 The DCS network system shall be based on fast dual redundant Ethernet LAN network. The failure of one network cable shall not have any impact to the operation of the DCS system. 5.2.5 The arrangement for the Field Control Stations (FCS) shall prevent the common cause of inoperability for the equipment trains when the FCS/ its part fail or are under maintenance. All field process devices of different compressor trains shall not be connected to the same FCS and the same principal shall be applied to the inlet scrubber trains and communication between DCS and the compressor control systems. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 7 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 5.3 System Spare Capacity, Loading and Expansion Requirements 5.3.1 The DCS system shall be designed such that after the completion of commissioning the following evenly distributed spare capacity shall be available: I/O Modules - 30% installed, wired and fully functional I/O of all types used I/O Racks - 30% fully wired spare rack Terminal Blocks - 30% spare terminal blocks shall be provided in cabinets containing terminal blocks System Cabling - 30% spare pairs over and above the I/O module/rack spare requirements Fibre Optic Cables - 100% spare Fibres DCS Communication Port - 100% spare 5.3.2 The system shall be designed such that, after the completion of commissioning, no more than 60% of processing capacity and/or memory is utilised (Spare capacity to be included). 5.3.3 The system communication network shall also be design so as not to exceed 60% loading after the completion of commissioning (Spare capacity to be included). 5.3.4 The system power supply units shall include 30% spare capacity over the required loading (including the spare capacities). 5.3.5 The system shall be designed such that 30% future expansion can be accommodated without any modification or replacement of existing equipment, communication systems or software. 5.4 System Availability and Redundancy 5.4.1 The system shall be designed to achieve an availability of 99.99999% with an assumed Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) of eight hours or less and a Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) of 5,000,000 hours or more. This shall be demonstrated by calculations as defined in US Military Handbook Standard 217E. 5.4.2 In order to meet the required system availability, redundant and/or fault tolerant technology shall be incorporated. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 8 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 5.4.3 As a minimum the following equipment shall be redundant: - Communication Network including fibre optic cabling - Control Processors - Mass data storage devices - Power Supplies - I/O cards for control loops - Redundant network cards for the operator workstations - Network Hubs 5.4.4 The system database shall be bi-weekly backed-up. 5.4.5 The redundant system shall be designed such that, on failure, automatic bumpless changeover to the other unit shall take place. It shall also be possible to replace and test the failed unit without disrupting the control of the process. 5.5 System Protection Requirements 5.5.1 The system shall support at least three different levels of access control either via the use of a removable key and/or by entering a pre-configured password. It shall also be possible to configure user-specified functions to the following levels. • Operator Level This level shall include typical operator functions and not require a key or password. • Supervisor Level This level shall include all the operator functions as well as the pre-configured supervisory functions and shall require a key or password. • Engineering Level This level shall include all functions and require a key or password. 5.5.2 Different type of keys shall be used for the supervisory and engineering levels. Once removed, access will revert to the operator level. 5.5.3 The system shall be provided with the firewall to protect the unauthorized access from outside. The firewall shall be Nokia or equivalent. 5.5.4 The system shall be provided with Synmatec anti virus software. The anti virus server shall be provided to receive the update version of anti virus software via the internet and then distribute to the DCS and PIMS system. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 9 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 The supplier shall configure the antivirus server to prevent unauthorized access from outside. 5.5.5 The Plant Information Resource Management System shall be connected to the DCS network via firewall. 5.6 System Electrical Requirements 5.6.1 The DCS equipment shall be installed in the new control building and auxiliary equipment rooms, which shall be considered as safe areas. Equipments connected to the DCS, normally situated in areas classified as hazardous, shall be connected to the DCS via approved interfacing equipment. 5.6.2 The preferred method of hazardous area protection is intrinsically safe. The use of IS certified I/O modules shall be preferred to discrete IS barriers. In such cases, the DCS VENDOR shall provide the certified I/O termination units for installation into the Client’s marshalling cabinets. 5.6.3 The DCS shall comply with all relevant European Union Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) directives and, in particular, compliance with IEC 61000- 4. 5.6.4 The DCS shall be powered by two A.C. feeders connected to two independent 230 volts 50 Hz Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs). The DCS power shall be derived from these including all necessary distribution and protection. Each cabinet/system shall be provided with redundant power supply units, each sized and networked such that a system shutdown shall not be caused by the failure of one of these units. Any power supply unit failure shall generate both local and control room alarms. 5.6.5 Where possible, field devices, connected to the DCS and operating at 24 volts DC, shall be powered by the DCS with all necessary protection of the field circuits such as surge protection etc. 5.7 Standard Hardware and Software 5.7.1 The system shall comprise standard hardware and software configured to meet the stated requirements. 5.7.2 The system’s standard operating software shall not be modified to meet the project requirements. 5.7.3 The system software shall be the latest commercially released version at the time of order placement. 5.7.4 All necessary software licences shall be provided, enabling the right to exercise the use of all relevant and applicable software. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 10 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 6.0 HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS 6.1 Operator Console 6.1.1 The DCS Operator Workstations shall be housed in a purpose made console designed specifically to be used as a control console for the DCS and control systems, such as Evans Consoles or equivalent. 6.1.2 The consoles shall provide five operating positions, each with space for 2 display units, vertically arranged, of at least 21” viewable area in size. Three spaces shall be used for the DCS display units. The fourth space shall be used for the remote compressor control display units. The last one shall be for the Fire & Gas and CCTV display units, Fire & Gas on the bottom and CCTV on the top. 6.1.3 The space between operating position shall be wide enough to prevent the congestion of the operator position. 6.1.4 Console shall be modular in design and construction, capable of being expanded in the future to add additional modules and positions. 6.1.5 Each module shall be approximately 36 inch in width and shall accommodate two vertically arranged 21-inch display units. An “enclosed” type design shall be used where the display units and all components of the PC’s are enclosed under removable panels. The panels shall be easily removable without tools. 6.1.5 For the modules that house auxiliary equipments, the width for each model shall be suitable for its application. 6.1.6 The overall DCS console shall consist of at least 10 modules to be used as follows: • 5 display units, each for vertical arranged dual display units (Five operator positions) and be equipped with telephone mount. • 1 communication units of communications equipment such as the UHF radio based station and PAGA controller • 2 auxiliary units for the key switches, the push buttons, annunciators and the indication lamps. • 2 storage units/work surface at each end to provide additional space for operating manual storage and office space. 6.1.7 The arrangement for the module shall allow the easy access to the push buttons and the indicator lamps are clearly visible for each operating position. 6.1.8 The console shall be specifically designed to work with flat panel displays. The display modules shall be equipped with a non-glare glass protective cover for the LCD display panels. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 11 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 6.1.9 Non-glare area task lighting shall be provided for the console by a hidden lighting strip at the top edge of the console. Intensity of the lighting shall be user controllable. 6.1.10 The console system shall be designed to provide adequate ventilation to equipment inside through the use of ventilation grills (and fans, if necessary). 6.1.11 Hardware, such as CPU’s and networking equipment, mounted inside the console shall utilize pull out drawers or shelves to allow easy access for maintenance and service of the equipment. 6.2 Operator and Engineering Workstations 6.2.1 The total of 6 operator workstations shall be provided as follow. • Three DCS operator workstations, each equipped with dual screens. These workstations shall be used for the monitoring and control of the FTP facilities. • Two operator workstations, each equipped with one screen. One workstation shall be used as the remote compressor unit control panel HMI. The other shall be for the remote HMI of the compressor master performance, anti surge and load sharing controllers. The screens of these workstations shall vertically mount in the DCS console. • One operator workstations, equipped with one screen. This workstation shall be for the remote HMI of the Fire & Gas systems The contractor shall ensure that the DCS vendor hands over one dual screen DCS operator workstation to the FTPP contractor and the other single screen workstations to the related system vendors during the engineering phase. From the pre commissioning phase, these workstation shall be housed in the same DCS consoles. 6.2.2 The DCS operator workstations shall be the latest industrial grade PC from the reliable and proven manufacturer. The performance and specification for these workstations shall meet the intended purposes. 6.2.3 Where dual screens (stacked) are specified, only one keyboard and pointing facility are required to access both screens. 6.2.4 Each operator workstation shall be powered from a redundant power supply arrangement and also have dual redundant network connections to each of the networks to which it is connected. 6.2.5 The screen display units shall be as a minimum 21" diagonal screens with high resolution graphics (minimum 1600 x 1200 pixels), with minimum 8 control (increment / decrement) key built-in with optical mouse. The LCD shall be flicker-free and glare-free. Standard screen controls such as brightness, etc., shall be accessible to the operator. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 12 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 6.2.6 The typical computer keyboard shall be provided for each operator workstation which is not for the DCS system. The following requirements are for the operator workstations dedicated to the DCS system. 6.2.6 Each workstation shall be capable of storing all particular graphics assigned to that workstation and any other workstation graphic once transferred from the data storage medium without the need for cartridges, disks, etc. 6.2.7 Upon failure of a workstation, all its functions, that are not otherwise accessible, shall be assigned automatically to another workstation in that particular console. 6.2.8 Operator keyboards shall be spill proof membrane type keyboards with a minimum of 64 dedicated and/or variable function keys (configurable). 6.2.9 A separate engineering workstation shall be provided. It shall be a desktop style industrial type PC and include all the functionality as specified for the DCS operator workstation. In addition it shall provide all of the engineering tools necessary to configure the system database, include a cartridge drive for loading or storing software, an alpha/numeric keyboard and any other enhanced hardware features as required by the system VENDOR. 6.2.10 A detachable engineering keyboard shall be provided, and shall be used for connection to any of the operator consoles. 6.2.11 A Plant Resource Management System (PRM) shall be provided. This system shall be installed in the control room. 6.3 Printers 6.3.1 Two A3 colour laser printers shall be provided. One printer shall be connected to the main DCS hub to allow each operator or engineering workstation to print out the selected logging of alarm, events, reports, system configuration and any other information in colour. Another printer shall be connected to the auxiliary hub to allow the PIMS, PRM, Bently Navada System 1 and APC server (provided by the FTPP contractor) to print out the reports and other information as required by the users. 6.3.2 The operator shall be able to print out any graphical display in colour from any operator workstation. 6.3.3 The printer shall be equipped with the hot-stand by redundant network cards and be connected to both LAN of the redundant DCS network. 6.3.4 Both printers shall be equipped with 512 MB RAM as minimum. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 13 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 6.4 System Control Processor Requirements 6.4.1 Control and data acquisition functions shall be performed by fully redundant microprocessor-based controllers, capable of supporting multiple loops via a flexible array of I/O options. 6.4.2 These control processors shall be able to support multiple I/O processors. 6.4.3 Deleted. 6.4.4 The overall system performance shall, as a minimum, provide the following response times based on the actual system I/O loadings: Analogue and digital control loops execution frequency of 50 mS configurable up to 1 second Operator workstation command execution within 1 second Operator workstation command to the field equipment within 1 second Operator workstations refresh rate of 1 second or less for the update information from the field equipment 6.4.5 The control processors together with the I/O processors shall provide independent control and monitoring of the OCS# 4. 6.4.6 In the event of total communication system failure, the controllers shall continue to operate with the last valid information received. In addition, each output shall be configurable to either maintain its current value or be driven to a predefined state on input or processor failure. 6.5 System I/O Requirements 6.5.1 The Field Control Station (FCS) shall be allocated such that independent process units/trains can be operated and maintained without affecting the other units upon the failure of the FCS. As minimum, three FCSs are foreseen for the OCS# 4. 6.5.2 The critical I/O within a particular FCS shall be separated to minimise the effect of common mode failures. The required segregation shall be confirmed during detailed engineering. 6.5.3 System I/O shall be selected such that the requirement for separate signal conversion and/or protection shall be kept to a minimum. The use of I/O with signal processing and/or protection facilities built-in shall be preferred. 6.5.4 If discrete signal converters and/or IS barriers are essential, they shall be supplied and installed in the marshalling cabinets. 6.5.5 All field measurements shall utilise “Foundation fieldbus” transmitters. This will enable full digital communication with the DCS, and transmitter access directly from the Plant Resource Management System. (PRM) DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 14 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 6.5.6 Maximum 8 number of Foundation Fieldbus transmitters per one segment shall be utilised. 6.5.7 All analogue inputs and outputs shall be short circuit proof and individually fused or isolated to provide electrical input isolation. 6.5.8 All digital inputs and outputs shall be individually fused or isolated to provide electrical input isolation. Digital outputs shall also be short circuit proof. 6.5.9 All system I/O shall be local to the controller equipment (within 50 metres). The use of remote I/O shall only be employed when specifically called for. 6.5.10 In addition to Foundation Fieldbus signals, the system shall support the following analogue input signal types: 4 - 20 mA (Self powered) 4 - 20 mA (Externally powered, floating or grounded) 1 - 5 volts Thermocouple Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) The overall accuracy of the analogue signals shall be better than ±0.1% of span and ±0.5% of the maximum range for the selected type of thermocouple. 6.5.11 Input isolation shall be provided for all I/O devices with external AC supplies or with grounded 4 - 20 mA signals. 6.5.12 All analogue outputs shall be 4 - 20 mA, fully isolated from ground and be capable to drive resistive loads of 750 ohms. The overall accuracy shall be ±0.25% of full scale and a resolution of ±0.1%. 6.5.13 The analogue input and output systems shall provide a means of “stripping” the HART data signal from the analogue signal to make the data available to the PRM. Preferably this functionality shall be included in the DCS analogue input/output module. 6.5.14 Digital inputs. The system shall support both normally open and normally closed contacts with circuitry to ensure that “chatter” or “bounce”, encountered during contact closure, does not initiate an erroneous signal. 6.5.15 External contacts shall be voltage and ground free and shall normally be powered from the system. 6.5.16 Digital outputs. The system shall support both solid state and relay contact type outputs. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 15 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 6.5.17 Solid state outputs shall be capable of supplying a 1 amp non-inductive load at 24 volts DC and be isolated from ground. 6.5.18 Relay contact type outputs shall be voltage free, isolated from ground, and fully independent from each other, with a minimum contact rating of 2 amps. 6.5.19 The system shall support pulse type inputs of rectangular and/or sine waves with pulse frequencies up to 10 KHz and levels of between 12 and 24 volts dc. 6.5.20 The system shall support hardwired sequence of events record (SER) digital inputs which shall, generally, conform to the same requirements as normal digital inputs although the maximum event resolution shall be 10 milliseconds (time from event to the time stamping thereof). 6.6 Foundation Fieldbus 6.6.1 For the Fieldbus field devices, the system shall be Foundation Fieldbus compatible devices. Communication with intelligent transmitters shall be bi- directional allowing read / write procedures. 6.6.2 Vendor shall supply the software tools in the Engineering Workstation to create Fieldbus-based database and device parameters reference / setting, trend / message display and basic data acquisition for diagnostics and analysis. 6.6.3 The tools shall provide schedule generation for communication of each fieldbus segment. 6.6.4 Each Fieldbus I/O Module shall be able to support more than one segment and each segment should support no more than 32 blocks. 6.6.5 Each Fieldbus I/O module shall be able to support 1:1 redundancy I/O module. 6.6.6 Redundant I/O module shall be used for all Foundation Fieldbus I/O. 6.6.7 Database documentation function shall support the Fieldbus configuration. 6.6.8 DCS shall support PID algorithm implanted in the DCS control module as well as PID algorithms embedded in Fieldbus devices. 6.6.9 DCS shall provide standard faceplate for PID algorithm embedded in Fieldbus devices. The faceplate shall have same look and feel of standard DCS based PID block. 6.6.10 Virtual test function for the Fieldbus loops shall be available to check the integrity of the configured Fieldbus function blocks without the presence of actual field devices. 6.6.11 DCS shall also support Plant Asset Management software that can integrate with the DCS system. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 16 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 6.6.12 Diagnostic software packages for Foundation Fieldbus devices should be able to plug-in to the Plant asset management software for maintenance diagnostic functions. 6.7 System Communication Requirements 6.7.1 The DCS system communication network shall be fully redundant with automatic changeover upon failure of the active path. Manual changeover facilities shall also be provided. 6.7.2 The redundant/secondary communication path shall either be used continuously or checked at least once per minute to ensure correct operation. Status changes shall be alarmed at the operator workstations. 6.7.3 The system shall support Fast Ethernet and/or fibre optic communication cables. However, all outdoor communication cables shall be fibre optic via diverse routes. 6.7.4 Differences between the primary and secondary communication cable lengths shall be minimised so as not to affect the DCS communication system operation. The vendor shall advise maximum allowable length discrepancy. 6.7.5 The system shall support redundant Modbus serial and TCP/IP based links. 6.8 Data Storage, Backup and Restoral Requirements 6.8.1 The data storage system shall be fully redundant and sized sufficiently to cope with all historical data collection requirements. The storage system shall be RAID 5 configuration. 6.8.2 Data on the RAID storage array that has “aged” sufficiently, shall be automatically archived onto optical disk media. Upon the successful data archive, the system shall clean up the data in the storage disk. 6.8.3 Data archiving and clean up shall be completely automated with no need for user interaction except for media replacement. 6.8.4 The system shall perform an incremental backup monthly for entire disk system, including program files and system files for all operator workstations, engineering workstation, and Long time trend and log server to Optical media. 6.9 System Cabinet Requirements The system cabinets shall be used Rital or equivalent and comply with the following requirements: - Cabinets to be free standing and constructed taking into account delivery and installation requirements (multi-pin plug and sockets shall be used between shipping breaks e.g. Elco plugs) - Cabinets to be mounted on sub-floor mountings suitably designed to withstand normal plant vibrations DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 17 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 - Overall cabinet dimensions to be 2100mm high x 800mm wide and 800mm deep with double front and rear removable and lockable hinged doors - Cabinet protection class IP 30 minimum - Cabinet finish to be smooth and follow the colour table below; Description Muncell code RAL colour Finish Exterior 7.5GY 7/2 7032 Semi gloss Panel Interior 7.5GY 7/2 7032 Semi gloss Channel base 7.5GY 7/2 7032 Semi gloss - Separate and isolated cabinets earthing connections shall be provided as follows: • Safety earth (cabinets and steelwork) • Signal earth (cable screens and signal common) - The cabinet layouts are to allow full and easy access for installation and maintenance requirements - Cable access shall be bottom entry via suitable cable clamping mechanisms - Utility power supplies shall be provided separated from UPS such as conventional type receptacles, fluorescent Lighting. 6.10 System Wiring Requirements 6.10.1 All wiring inside cabinets shall run in dedicated plastic ducts or wireways, or neatly loomed and secured with plastic spiral wrapping or tie-wraps and anchors. 6.10.2 All discrete wiring shall be single core with sufficient current carrying capacity. A minimum core size of 0.5 mm² shall be used unless otherwise stated. 6.10.3 Wireways/ducting shall be routed to provide sufficient segregation between AC and DC wiring and will be able to accommodate 30% more wiring. 6.10.4 System card bins shall be interconnected with plug and socket type system cables or ribbon type cables and edge connectors. The sockets and both DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 18 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 ends of the cables shall be labelled with the “Origin” and “Destination” tags. 6.11 Other System Requirements 6.11.1 Marshalling cabinets shall be provided with an identical outward appearance to the system cabinets. 6.11.2 Within the marshalling cabinets the incoming field multi-pair cables shall terminate either sequentially onto terminals or directly onto the IS barrier terminals. The output side shall be connected to the system I/O termination units or to Elco sockets where no I/O termination units are available. 6.11.3 The DCS VENDOR’s system cabling or pre-made and tested system cables with Elco plugs shall be used to connect to the DCS system cabinets. 6.11.4 The Plant Information Management System (PIMS) shall be configured to record all Operation Logs, reports, process/system alarms and shall have the facility to print any of the logs, reports or alarms on demand using a Network Laser printer also supplied with the System. The PIMS shall be equipped with Alarm and event analysis software. This software shall provide the tools and be configured to allow PTT to analyze the alarm and event in the system in all aspects. The detail requirements for the PIMS are specified in the related specification 6.11.5 Long Term Historical Data Recording Package and server. The DCS vendor shall provide the server connected directly to the DCS network to store the historical long term trend and alarm/event log for 14 days The System as a minimum shall be able to keep data such as PV, MV, SV, Operator actions, System alarms, Process Alarms etc in the Long term historical data recording package. The System shall have the facility to select the data required to be put in the Long term historical package and to display their trending in any selective time span. Any Operator station can access this database via System data highway and intuitive graphical interface displays. 7.0 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS 7.1 Process Control and Data Acquisition Requirements 7.1.1 The system process control functions shall be performed by predefined algorithms with configurable parameters and shall, as a minimum, include the following: - Control algorithms such as PID, ratio control, gap control, etc. - Computational algorithms such as addition, subtraction, etc. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 19 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 - Logic algorithms such as “AND”, “OR”, Set/Reset, etc. 7.1.2 Sequential, timed and computational control programmes shall be supported via a high level programming language. The following typical functions shall be supported: - Expressions such as “Equal To”, Not Equal To, etc. - Mathematical functions - Timer related functions - Counter/Pulse related functions - Logic type functions 7.1.3 The system shall also support logic control programmes where the grouping/linking of various logic functions shall provide the required functionality. The programming shall be done via function block. The following typical functions shall be supported: - Logic functions such as “AND”, “OR”, etc. - Timer related functions - Counter/Pulse related function 7.2 Graphic Display Requirements 7.2.1 Graphic displays can be divided into “standard” and “custom” types. The custom graphic display details a schematic presentation of the station at different levels, from overview level right through to equipment detail level. The standard graphic displays provide the operator with a standard format for displaying information and are configurable and normally accessible from dedicated function keys. 7.2.2 The graphic displays, together with the keyboards shall provide a complete window to the station for all control and monitoring requirements. 7.2.3 The real time data within these displays shall be automatically updated without the need for operator action with a configurable refresh rate of four seconds or less. 7.2.4 The following standard type of graphic displays shall be provided and accessible from dedicated function keys: - Loop (Faceplate) Displays. The loop display shall contain, in engineering units and bargraph format, the process variable, set point and loop output values. In addition, all control and configuration parameters including tuning constants shall be displayed. All adjustable parameters shall be changeable from within the display. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 20 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 - Group Displays. Predefined and operator configurable group displays shall consist of approximately eight loops displayed in similar format as in Loop Displays. Configuration parameters shall not normally be changeable from within this display. - Trend Displays. Both historical and real time trend displays shall be available for any variable point. Trend displays shall be able to accommodate at least eight different points simultaneously in different colours. - Alarm Displays. Alarm displays shall contain the alarm summary in chronological order and alarm groups for the configurable plant area/group. - System Diagnostic Displays. Diagnostic displays shall be specially designed to facilitate system maintenance and shall, as a minimum, list all the system devices, including communication systems and their associated status. System maintenance functions such as module restarts/switchovers, accepting errors, etc. shall be actioned from this display. 7.2.5 The system shall support a powerful and flexible custom graphic display capability which shall include, as a minimum, the following: - Hierarchical display relationship for ease of movement - Display capacity of at least 200 dynamic elements per graphic including calculated values - Symbolic presentation of data by means of change in colour/shape and/or flashing - Configurable data/numeric format including colour - Unique colour combination display capability for multi-state devices - Suppression of inactive status messages and/or alarms - At least two different text/data sizes - Movement of displays from one screen to another 7.2.6 The system shall contain custom graphic pages to display the status of all inputs and outputs to / from the SIS system and package equipment control systems such as compressor train etc., in the ESD hierarchy format for the shutdown. These graphics shall include a first out alarm display such that the first in a series of trip initiators can be easily identified. 7.2.7 The system shall contain custom graphic pages to display the status of all inputs and outputs to / from the package equipment control systems, such as compressor train in the sequential format for the compressor start up sequence or the other operation. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 21 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 7.2.8 The system shall support X-windows technology which shall, as a minimum, provide the following added features: - Displaying data from other X-window devices connected to the DCS/workstation - Displaying multiple sets of data on a single screen - Display resizing, repositioning including reduction to icon size - Running other standard software packages such as Microsoft Office etc. 7.2.9 The customized graphic displays shall include the displays and interface for all process, SIS, package equipments, Fire& gas, utilities, Fire suppression, electrical systems and any other systems interfacing to the DCS. 7.3 Alarm and Event Management Requirements 7.3.1 The alarm management system shall be a fully configurable system capable of processing all alarms in an appropriate manner to maximise the information provided, but to minimise the number of alarms displayed. 7.3.2 In order to minimise the number of alarms, grouping, suppression and/or filtering techniques shall be available. Suppressing and/or filtering of alarms shall include:- - Automatic suppression of individual and/or groups of alarms based on the occurrence of a preselected alarm or event. - Automatic disabling of alarms based on the associated equipment running status. 7.3.3 Each alarm point shall be capable of being configured to at least three different alarm priority levels in order to discriminate between critical and non- critical alarms. 7.3.4 Each alarm shall activate an audible and visual alarm at the configured operator console. The alarm shall be displayed on the alarm summary and on the respective graphic displays. In addition, each workstation screen shall display a warning that a point is in an alarm state including the number of unacknowledged alarms. 7.3.5 Once the alarm has been acknowledged :- - The alarm shall change from flashing to steady state. - The audible alarm signal shall be silenced at all the assigned consoles. 7.3.6 Once the alarm returns to the normal state:- - The alarm shall be removed from the alarm summary (if acknowledged). DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 22 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 - The displays shall return to normal. 7.3.7 All alarms and first out alarms from other machinery packages, Safety instrumented System, electrical systems, machine monitoring system, and fire and gas systems shall be time stamped with a resolution of at least one second. Both the alarm occurrence and acceptance times shall be recorded. 7.3.9 All alarms and associated information shall be stored on the mass data storage medium for historical purposes. 7.3.10 Deleted 7.3.11 The system shall support a sequence of event capability either as part of the alarm management system or in a similar format and/or presentation. The sequence of event shall acquire the event from the SIS, package equipments, electrical systems, machine monitoring system and Fire & Gas system. The time stamping of the sequence of event signals shall be carried out in the DCS when hardwired directly to the system or when time stamping is carried in another system, the signals, with the time stamping information, shall be transmitted to the DCS and/or sequence of events recorder. In either way, the time stamping resolution shall be 1 milliseconds or less. The contractor shall purpose in his bid how the time stamp for the package equipment will be achieved. 7.3.12 The system shall automatically record the following events information and store in the historical database in long term trend and historical server and PIMS. period of occurring tag name tag description event type system generating alarm/event Process Events : Points going in and out of alarm, Points changing state, , Sequence of event records the action of the operator, command from the systems/logic configuration changes response from the filed devices whether commanded or uncommanded state change DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 23 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 other events generated by the systems interfacing with the DCS system. The information for the event generated by other system shall contain the same information as generated by the DCS. 7.3.13 The system shall provide the capability for the alarm and event filtering. The operator shall be able to filter the interested alarm and event list based on the following period of occurring tag name tag description event type system generating alarm/event The intuitive graphical displays shall be provided for the filtering operation. 7.3.14 The sequence of event facility shall allow reports to be displayed or printed automatically and/or on demand. 7.4 Data Collection and Trend Requirements 7.4.1 All measured and calculated variables shall be stored as follows: - 1 second snapshots for 14 days - 1 minute average for 14 days 7.4.2 The system shall perform the data aggregation for the data mention in 7.4.1 and store in the per the following - 1 hour averages for 1 month - Daily averages for 1 year - Monthly averages for 2 year The vendor may purpose to PIMS to perform this functions. 7.4.3 The system shall support both real time and historical trend facility at any workstation. Each trend shall consist of the plotted trend graph and a table containing the trend parameters. The point’s engineering units shall be displayed on the vertical axis and the time scale on the horizontal axis. If more than one point is displayed, the vertical axis shall be in percentage or displayed in the multiple vertical axis. 7.4.4 Real time trends shall be available for all measured and calculated variables in similar time scales with a 1 second sampling time. This is expected to cater for approximately 2000 points. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 24 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 7.4.5 Historical trends shall be available for any of the recorded variables at the specific sampling time per 7.4.2. 7.4.6 The system shall provide the intuitive graphical display for the operators to customize the required trend set. The operator shall be able to select the following the parameters to be display in the trend. Tag name/ID Type of data such as second, 1 minute average, hourly average, daily average, Period of data The operator shall be able to save the new configured trend set in the system. 7.5 Deleted 7.6 Deleted 7.7 System Diagnostic Requirements 7.7.1 The system shall include a full diagnostic facility which shall intelligently identify all system faults and failures to ensure a fully operable system is maintained. 7.7.2 The system shall generate the alarm and log the event when detecting the faults. 7.7.3 The system shall display the location of the fault components in the graphical displays. 7.8 System Clock and Synchronization 7.8.1 The clock source shall be a GPS based clock source. This shall be provided by a GPS receiver and all necessary software and interfaces to retrieve the GPS clock data into the DCS system. 7.8.2 The DCS shall then distribute the clock information to the SIS, Fire & Gas system, utility control systems, Electrical systems, Compressor Unit Control Panels, Master performance, Load sharing and Anti surge controllers and any other system controllers connected to the DCS. 7.8.3 The DCS shall distribute the clock to the DCS and SIS systems provided by the FTPP contractor. 7.8.4 Clock updates shall be performed a minimum of once per day and shall not be scheduled during or near end of day rollover times or other critical periods in the day. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 25 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 8.0 Engineering, Detailed Design and Implementation 8.1 General 3.1.1 The contractor and vendor shall be responsible for the engineering, detailed design and configuration of the DCS system. 3.1.2 The engineering, detail design and implementation shall be performed by the DCS vendor in Thailand. 3.1.3 Work included shall be configuration and customization of all DCS databases (real-time and historical) and HMI displays and reports. 3.1.4 Custom programming required to implement functional requirements that are not available in the core DCS system package shall be included. The result of all custom programming specific to the project shall belong to PTT and source code shall be included. 3.1.5 Detailed design shall be an interactive process involving working closely with PTT engineering and operations team. The contractor and vendor shall make allowances for performing the work in this manner and shall allow for multiple iterations of design submittal, review, comments for changes and redesign. The vendor shall provide the office space for three PTT personnels during the engineering, detail design and Factory Acceptance Test phases. 8.2 Database Configuration and Population 8.2.1 Detailed design shall include complete configuration of each of the DCS databases and populating them with data based on the information on the project P&ID and process / instrument datasheets. 8.2.2 This work shall include configuration of alarm limits, alarm actions and data archiving rate for each DCS database point. 8.2.3 The DCS database point shall also include the data of the other systems which interface with the DCS. 8.3 Graphical Displays 8.3.1 The contractor and vendor shall design and implement all DCS graphical display screens 8.3.2 The displays shall be designed to allow simple and efficient maneuvering from one display to the next in a structured hierarchical flow. 8.3.3 The DCS system is expected to be supplied with a number of vendor standard displays (such as database summaries, system status summaries, etc.) shall serve as the starting point for customization, as required based on PTT requirements. 8.3.4 The contractor and vendor shall allow for creation of at least 500 displays. 8.3.5 PTT shall be consulted regarding the conventions for the use of colors and other attributes for denoting the various states of a signal. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 26 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 8.3.6 CONTRACTOR shall choose simple to understand icons and symbols that are sufficiently large to be clearly visible. 8.3.7 Screens shall be kept as uncluttered as possible 9.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING 9.1 General 3.1.6 PTT reserve the right to carry out inspections at any time during construction of the Contractor's or Sub Contractor's work. 3.1.7 The Contractor shall supply all calibration, test, and simulation equipment that are required to demonstrate correct operation of the system. Certificates of the test equipment shall be traceable to National Standards. 3.1.8 Calibration, test, and simulation equipment shall be used at pre- commissioning, commissioning, and site testing. During the commissioning and testing period the Contractor shall ensure that all equipment is maintained in calibration. 3.1.9 All calibration, test, and simulation equipments, used during the Site Accept Test and commissioning, shall be handed over to PTT after the completion of the commissioning and testing period. Current test certificates for all calibration equipment shall be supplied and included as part of the official test results. 3.1.10 If, for any reason, PTT waives any part of the inspection, this does not relieve the Contractor and vendor of the responsibility to effect repairs at their own expense to any defects found later, including within the guarantee period. 3.1.11 The Contractor and vendor shall submit to PTT a complete test schedule and procedure for the Factory Acceptance Test and the Site Acceptance Test at least two months prior to each test being performed. 3.1.12 The Contractor and vendor shall provide two copies of hand-written test reports at time of inspection. Four copies of typewritten official certificates complete with all necessary details shall be supplied to PTT for approval within one week after test completion. The results of all tests and checks are to be recorded in the form of a Test Certificate, copies of which shall be supplied to PTT. 9.2 Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) 9.2.1 The FAT procedures shall be submitted to PTT for approval at least two months in advance of any testing. The FAT procedure must be agreed in full by PTT prior to commencement of any testing. 9.2.2 The Contractor and vendor shall supply all test, simulation, and other equipment necessary to perform the FAT. The simulation equipment shall be able simulate the AI, DI, and the status of the output from the DCS such as AO and DO. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 27 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 9.2.3 The test and simulation equipments shall allow the test of all provided Field Control Stations simultaneously. This means that the FAT shall be able to demonstrate the functions and performance of the DCS system as the real operating conditions. 9.2.4 The Contractor shall perform the following tests as a minimum during FAT: • Visual Inspection: All equipment shall be checked for conformity with the approved drawings and with the contract/vendor documents. • Hardware Functional Tests: Sub-system tests shall be performed on any equipment provided by the vendor. The equipment shall be tested for correct configuration, functionality, and fault handling. • Software Testing: Software tests shall be performed to demonstrate the satisfactory operation of the software. Testing shall include: i) Telemetry I/O processing, speed, and accuracy ii) Display operation and performance iii) Application software iv) Alarm handling v) Database configuration vi) Logging facilities viii) System utilities ix) Historical data collection x) Logic xi) Links to the other systems interfacing with the DCS xii) Any other test required to demonstrate that the provided DCS system complies with this specification. 9.2.5 The vendor shall perform the system integration test with the OCS# 4 SIS, FTPP DCS& SIS, all operator workstations, PIMS and PRM online. 9.2.6 The vendor and contractor shall use the emulator to simulate the interface between the DCS and other package equipments and electrical system for the FAT. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 28 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 9.3 Site Acceptance Test (SAT) 9.3.1 The SAT procedures shall be submitted to PTT for approval at least two months in advance of any testing. The SAT procedure must be agreed in full by PTT prior to commencement of any testing. 9.3.2 The Contractor shall supply all test, simulation, and other equipment necessary to perform the SAT. 9.3.3 In general the SAT shall follow the same procedure as the FAT except the I/O signals shall be live. 9.3.4 The vendor shall perform total system integration test which includes the interface and function with the following systems online. FTPP DCS FTPP SIS Motor Driven Compressor UCP Compressor Master Performance, Load Sharing and Antisurge controllers Instrument Air Package Fire Water Pump Package Fire and Gas Control Panels Emergency Diesel Generator Deluge Skid Machine Monitoring System Electrical switchgear and MCC 9.4 Performance Test 9.4.1 The system shall undergo a thirty day performance test after completion and acceptance of all SAT’s and correction of any deficiencies noted. This thirty day performance test shall be in line with the 30 day continuous run of the OCS# 4 station, 9.4.2 The performance test procedures shall be submitted to PTT for approval at least two months in advance of any testing. The procedure must be agreed in full by PTT and all punch list items must be satisfactorily completed prior to commencement of any testing. 9.4.3 During the thirty day performance test the system shall operate without a major error. Should a major error occur, the test will be stopped, the error corrected, and the thirty day test restarted at day one. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 29 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 9.4.4 The Contractor shall notify PTT in writing when the repairs have been completed, along with a detailed explanation identifying the problem and corrective action taken. 9.4.5 PTT shall have full access to the system during the thirty day test, and all normal operations shall be performed. Normal operations include polling, calculations, display of data, trends, and reports, as well as the addition or modification to any of the above. 9.4.6 Should any abnormal event occur during the thirty day test the contractor and vendor shall immediately investigate the event to determine a cause , correct the problem and submit a report to PTT. The report shall state whether in the opinion of the contractor the event is a major error or not, and the reasons for such a conclusion. 9.4.7 During investigation of any abnormal event the Contractor shall continue to make all tests and measurements as required by the performance test procedure. The report shall be submitted to PTT within three calendar days of the event. Failure to submit a report within the allotted time shall result in the event being declared a major error. 9.4.8 PTT will respond to an abnormal event report within three days; either accepting the report, requesting additional information, or rejecting it. Rejection of a report shall result in the event being declared a major error. 10.0 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING 10.1 A minimum of thirty days prior to commencement of any installation work the Contractor shall provide a schedule detailing the dates work will be undertaken to PTT. 10.2 The Contractor shall provide a written plan detailing the work to be performed for the installation of the system. The site installation plan shall be submitted for approval by PTT a minimum of thirty calendar days prior to the commencement of any work. 10.3 No installation of commissioning work shall be started at any site until the Contractor has obtained PTT approval for the FAT results and PTT approval for the applicable ‘issued for construction’ drawings. 10.4 The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary permits and permission to perform the required installation work. 10.5 The Contractor shall check the system as soon as it is installed at site to confirm the system is still fully calibrated and functional after shipment and installation. 10.6 The Contractor shall be required to maintain the commissioning team of the vendor on site to cover any failures during the commissioning period. 10.7 The Contractor shall supply on site software and hardware support expertise during commissioning of the system and during the complete thirty day performance test period from the DCS system vendor. DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 30 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 11.0 Deleted. 12.0 Documentation Requirement The Contractor and vendor shall provide the following documents in both hardcopy form (five copies) and electronic form on Compact Disk (three copies). The format of the document files shall be complied with the related PTT specification. The table of contents for each document shall be submitted to PTT for approval. (a) Basic Data (b) Design formulae and calculations (c) Overall accuracy or uncertainty in measurement (d) Outline of calibration and verification methods (e) Network setup setup and troubleshooting (f) Reliability details of all equipment (g) Equipment details / drawings for all components (h) Full software documentation (i) Wiring diagrams, including loop drawings (j) Terminal schedule including tag identifier and point description (l) System or component installation drawings and details (m) Equipment lists and data sheets (n) Drawing index (o) Factory acceptance test procedure DISTRIBUTED SPC-0804.02-60.05 CONTROL SYSTEM PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED PAGE: 31 OF 31 SPECIFICATION ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION REV: D2 (p) Site commissioning plan (q) Site installation plan (r) Site acceptance test procedure (s) Thirty day performance test procedure (t) System technical manuals (u) Utility consumption data (v) Comprehensive operation and maintenance manual which will enable PTT personnel to operate and service the equipment without reference to the Contractor (w) Comprehensive spare parts list and priced quotation for three years operation (x) Functional design specification which shall describe the system hardware and software from the user’s point of view (y) Complete and revised version of the detailed design manual which provides details on the implementation and configuration of each software component The contractor and vendor shall submit the mentioned documents from item (a) to (n) and (x) to PTT for review and approve during the engineering phase. For the item (y), the vendor shall consult PTT for the document developing. The rest of document shall be submitted to PTT for review and approval according to the specification and the related system implementation phase.