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WINCC SCADA system via profibus & OPC

Xu, Hao (2013) WINCC SCADA system via profibus & OPC. Other thesis, Murdoch University.

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Abstract

Over 1500 hours' effort were put into this intensive project with 6 weeks prior to the commencing date of the project to meet the objectives and requirements of the project. During this project, all the available devices, instruments including their configuration software were properly configured with all the expected features fully functioning. This thesis report summaries most of the work done with a reasonably detailed level to support future students with a comprehensive background to develop the project aspects in the future.

A comprehensive SCADA system was designed and implemented using the configured devices and the control modules in the laboratory. The network structure of the control system was relatively large, but indeed demonstrated the capability of the automation system.

Profibus communication networks in the laboratory were carefully designed and fully set up with proper labels, which would then be used as an education tool to gain the experience of industrial communication by the students.

Over 500 pages of configuration manuals of devices and configuration software were created as a large part of the focus of this project. The configuration manuals contain a huge range of information which covers more than what students need during their study. Those manuals are expected to guide students for their projects and troubleshooting.

Publication Type: Thesis (Other)
Murdoch Affiliation: School of Engineering and Information Technology
Supervisor: Cole, Graeme
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/21651
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