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Honeywell experion system for teaching purposes

Lum, Edwin (2011) Honeywell experion system for teaching purposes. Other thesis, Murdoch University.

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      Abstract

      The Experion Process Knowledge System developed by Honeywell is an engineering industrial tool that Murdoch University has acquired so that enrolled undergraduate students studying electrical engineering are given the opportunity to understand its operation.

      This document will provide a summary of the works that were accomplished as part of the goal to develop and implement a fully operational Experion system into the Industrial Computer Systems Engineering Facility at Murdoch University.

      Due to the complex nature of the Experion software platform, only the most important aspects that the project explored will be covered in this thesis report. Much of the background which is required to be able to understand the Experion package is explained in addition to covering the tasks achieved. Detailed technical user guides are also included to assist future students who intend to continue the development and expansion of an Experion system.

      As this thesis topic has no prior involvement in any other subjects, it will be the first to explore and understand the Experion platform purely for simulation purposes. The Experion Process Knowledge System platform developed by Honeywell is considered to be an industry leading control tool. Therefore, by having Experion system operational in the Industrial Computer Systems Engineering Facility so that it may be utilised as a teaching and learning tool can only be a benefit to the many future undergraduate electrical engineering students.

      Publication Type: Thesis (Other)
      Murdoch Affiliation: School of Engineering and Energy
      Supervisor: Cole, Graeme
      URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/6849
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