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  • CONNEXION Information Model

    Jean-Franois CABADI (ALSTOM)

    Aurlie DEHOUCK (EDF)

    Eric LAMBERT (EDF)

  • IEC context

  • IEC TC57 footprint in Bulk Power Generation

    Electrical devices controlIEC 61850

    Market interfaceIEC 62325

    Grid interfaceIEC 60870-5

    CONNEXION Project

  • 4years

    2012-2016

    16 partners

    11 Sub-projects

    22 Created jobs

    80contributors

    Nuclear digital control system for export and renovation

    R&D collaborative project funded by the French nuclear industry

    36Mcost of the project

    13Mfinancing industry &competitiveness ministry

  • CONNEXION PARTNERS

    5

  • OP1 :

    Requirement management and global design

    OP2 :

    Model driven engineering

    OP3 :

    Innovative services for operation

    OP4 :

    Semantic modeling and information management

    OP5 :

    Simulation and system integration

    5 PROGRESS OBJECTIVES

    6

  • Life cycle of I&C system

    Proposal for implementation of a Support System

    DesignOperation- Maintenance in operational condition- Implementation of V2

    Commissioning V1

    During operation phase of the system, theSupport System secures the updates oflocal configurators

    During the commissioning of the system,the Support System and the localconfigurators are synchronized

    During the Design phase of the system,there is no Support System. Localconfigurators are fed by engineeringtools

    2

  • METHOD USED FOR THE ELABORATION OF THE MODEL

    Demonstrations

    Methods and tools

    First perimeter Iterative modelisation

    CONNEXION UML model

    Existing standards analysis

    Use cases

    Existing modelsanalysis

    Standards analysed : CIM, 61850, MIMOSA, ISA 88, ISA 95, ISA 106, CAEX, AP 929, AP913, ISO 15926

    Use cases : I&C design (supervision, automation, HMI) I&C maintenance (Configuring I&C equipments all over the lifecycle)

  • CONCEPTION USING A METHODOLOGY SIMILAR TO TC57 CIM

    CONNEXION UML Model

    Data exchanges

    (instances)

    RDF/XML or

    XML

    Contextualisation

    UML profile

    Facette-1.xsd

    Facette-2-UANodeSet.xml

    Syntax : RDFS or XSD

    Repository : Support System

    Interface

    conception

    Support

    system

    conception

    Methodology

    similar to TC57

    CIM

    The Information Model is implemented in the SDS (Support System similar to a NMMS Network Model Management System). The SDS exchanges data with various control system components using XML and RDF profiles. These profiles are derived from the CONNEXION Information Model using a methodology similar to TC57 CIM.

  • CONNEXION Laboratory

    CONNEXION demonstrations are setup at the CONNEXION laboratory hosted by EDF Lab Chatou (Ile-De-France)

    All components in the Lab use data from a shared simulated power station (200 analogs, 600 discretes, 15 pumps, 145 valves, 400 pipes, 700 junctions)

    The CONNEXION Information Model is implemented in the following components of the Digital Control System :> Corys ALICES : Process and Automation (simulated)> Atos ADACS-N : Control Room HMI> PREDICT KASEM : Health monitoring> Decentralized HMIs (mobile, remote)

    local panel, tablet, large screen

    ADACS-N

  • Model sample 1 : Identification

  • Model sample 2 : Measurements

  • Model sample 3 : Equipment connectivity and topology

    IEC CIM electrical network Thermal plant process

    Network primary equipment

    (ConductingEquipment)

    Process primary equipment (valve, pump,

    filter, heat exchanger, tank etc)

    Connectivity between equipment

    (Terminal + ConnectivityNode)

    Piping

    Network secondary equipment

    (Measurement)

    Sensors

    Network topology (TopologicalNode) Lignage et tat de tranche

    Currently the hydraulics equivalent to the electrical connectivity only is modelled.

    The hydraulics equivalent to the electricaltopology is not yet modelled.

  • Model sample 3 : Equipment connectivity and topology

    Samples where piping is not modelled as Equipment

    Equipment

    Valve

    Pump

    Port

    input

    output

    input

    output

    Connectivity_node

    pipe Equipement

    Valve1

    Valve2

    Pump

    Port

    input

    output

    input

    output

    input

    output

    Connectivity_node

    piping

    Sample with Sensors

    X

    Z

    Y

    Equipment

    Valve

    Pump

    Port

    input

    output

    input

    output

    meas

    Connectivity_node

    pipe

    Sensor

    SensorX

    SensorY

    SensorZ

  • Model sample 4 : Diagram layout

    CONNEXION Diagram Layoutmodel is based on W3C MBUI (Model-Based User Interface) WG work.

    The model consists of : Task Model Context Model:

    User Platform Environment

    Abstract UI Concrete UI Mapping Final UI

    CIM concepts CONNEXION

    IEC 61970-453

    Diagram Layout

    Consensual concepts, e.g. :

    - Graphical object existence

    - Mapping between UI and Domain objects

    Abstract

    User

    Interface

    Some included in CIM Diagram Layout but

    excluded from Abstract UI, e.g. :

    - Graphical connections

    - Display coordinates

    - Objects orientation/rotationConcrete

    User

    InterfaceOut of scope Some out of scope of CIM but included in Concrete

    UI, e.g. :

    - Colors

    - Symbols or icons

    - Other significant graphical rendering attributes

  • Model sample 5 : Projects and modifications

  • Last steps planned to complete the CONNEXION project :

    Assess the technical impact of the proposal

    Assess the financial impact of the proposal

    Assess the training effort

    Propose strategies to migrate from existing and to develop new components

    Organize the Information Model maintenance

    Are there opportunities for continuing this work :

    Elaborate further on Use Cases (within IEC SyC1) or contribute to TC57 IRM ?

    Prepare a Technical Report First Set of Use Cases for Generation ?

    Analyze models with the appropriate TC/WG ?

    and after ? reminder :IEC TC57 project 61970-458 CIM extension to Generation on hold since 2013

    Conclusion and prospect