Sop Automation Essay

1675 words - 7 pages





I am pleased to release the manual for Benzene Gantry automation prepared by Engineering/Operations Department which comprises the procedures for operating in Terminal Automation System.

The manual gives the overview of the various sections of operating station of the TAS, related to planning, filling and tank farm operations. The contents are expected to have a clear understanding of these procedures and modules and make the usage of OIC (Operator Interface Console) user friendly.

I take this opportunity to thank all those who have contributed to ...view middle of the document...

Pumps are stop
3. Oulet MOV’s closed
4. Loading is stop

Above operations are workings in ESD Activated.








The snapshots show the LP no. 2(Bay no.1-MS IV) and LP no.6 (Bay no.3-HSD IV)



This screen shows the status of all LPs with respect to its bay no., product, earthing, flow rate, RIT stop is.
If due to some reason a compartment of a particular T/L is to be terminated before completely filling it, the procedure is as follows:


Give RIT stop at gantry
Then for that loading point, click on Yes in the terminate row. (Status of the compartment of that T/L changes to completed in assignment in TTES)



This screen shows the entire gantry, all the 12 bays with respect to which T/L is getting loaded and its details.






This screen gives the details regarding the level of product in the tank, the corresponding volume and flow rate of the tanks in benzene tank farm.
The Ullage volume of the tank can be seen as shown, by placing the cursor on the white part of the tank.





This gives the details of the tanks.
To view the details:

Click on the tank whose details are to be screen
The details of the tanks are seen as shown
The mode of the tank can also be changed, Select the required mode.
Then click Start, to start the sequence (according to the mode selected the MOV open when the MOV are in Auto.)



This gives a detail view of tank receipt/dispatch.
The MOV and tank details can be seen and changed by clicking at the respective tank/MOV.




In Dyke Valve status shows all valve closed position no any valve open position.

When any Valve open that time in control room hooter sound enable then knows control room officer some body valve operated .


In TAS Dyke valve status shows which valve operated shows in graphics & indication come Red position by flow direction.

After come Hooter sound then ACK click on valve then hooter sound disabled.


After control room officer inform to Pump Driver , close the dyke valve after closed valve in status valve open .

After Closed the Dyke Valve closed then status is clear.



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