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SALINE WATER CONVERSION CORPORATION

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RAS AZ ZAWR POWER AND DESALINATION PLANT-PHASE 1

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List of Contents

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Control, Instrumentation and Monitoring Systems

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1.1 General

 

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1.2 Operation and control philosophy

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1.2.1

General

12

1.2.2

Control centers

13

1.2.3

Operation of the main units

15

1.2.3.1

Degree of automation of the main process plants

15

1.2.3.2

Gas turbines generators

16

1.2.3.3

Heat Recovery Steam Generators

16

1.2.3.4

Steam turbine generator(s)

17

1.2.3.5

Common services systems

17

1.2.3.6

Electrical distribution system

18

1.2.3.7

Desalination units (Package “D”)

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1.3 Scope of supply and services

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1.3.1 General

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1.3.2 Scope of equipment

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1.3.3 Spare capacity after completion of commissioning

30

1.3.4 Services

30

1.3.5 Erection, cabling, wiring, labeling

32

1.3.6 Commissioning, trial operation, and acceptance tests

33

1.3.7 Documentation

34

1.3.8 Training

34

1.3.9 Special tools and spare parts

34

1.4 Particular Technical requirements

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1.4.1

General

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1.4.2

Structure of control functions

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1.4.3

Field equipment

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1.4.3.1

General

38

1.4.3.2

Settlement Metering Equipment

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1.4.4

Distributed control system (DCS)

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1.4.4.1

General

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1.4.4.2

Availability and redundancy

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1.4.4.3

General hardware requirements

45

1.4.4.4

Software requirements

46

1.4.4.5

Process station

47

1.4.4.6

Data highway communication

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1.4.4.7

Operator station

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1.4.4.8

System diagnostics and configuration

69

1.4.4.9

Cyber Security

70

1.4.5

Task of the main control loops

71

1.4.5.1

Gas turbine generator unit control

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1.4.5.2

Heat recovery steam generator unit control

73

1.4.5.3

STG unit control

75

1.4.5.4

LP and HP steam control valves (Scope of Package “D”)

77

1.4.5.5

Desalination unit control (Scope of Package “D”)

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1.4.5.6

Plant master control

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1.4.6

Signal exchange to other Control Centers

79

1.4.6.1

Signal exchange to the SEC SCADA system

80

1.4.6.2

Signal exchange with Ma’aden

80

1.4.6.3

Signal exchange with Fuel supplier (Saudi Aramco)

80

1.4.6.4

Signal exchange with SWCC headquarter

81

1.4.7

Burner management system (BMS) and Boiler protection system (BPS)

81

1.4.7.1

Functional requirements

81

1.4.7.2

Design requirements

82

1.4.7.3

System architecture

82

1.4.7.4

Hardware requirements

83

1.4.7.5

Software requirements

83

1.4.8

Failure of the power supply shall not effect the built-in logic of the BMS/BPS.Power supply

84

1.4.9

Plant Management System (PMS)

84

1.4.10

CCR equipment

86

1.4.11

Large screen projection panels (LSPP)

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1.4.12 Conventional fascia alarm system

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1.4.13 Asset management system / field device tools (FTD)

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1.5 Interfaces

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1.6 Terminal points

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1.7 Inspection and testing

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2. Emission Monitoring System

93

2.1 General

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2.2 Layout

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2.3 Scope of Supply and Services

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2.4 Particular Technical requirements

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2.4.1 Exhaust gas Monitoring Stations

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2.4.2 Effluent Monitoring

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2.4.3 Cubicles and Measuring Containers

101

2.4.4 Data Acquisition/Storage/Evaluation/Visualization

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2.4.5 Weather Station

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2.4.6 Portable Noise Monitoring Equipment

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2.5 Interfaces

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2.6 Inspection and testing

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3. Communication, Clock and Surveillance Systems

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3.1 General

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3.2 Scope of supply and services

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3.2.1

General

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3.2.2

Scope of supply

108

3.2.2.1

Telephone system

108

3.2.2.2

Portable radio system

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3.2.2.3

Public address system

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3.2.2.4

Process related CCTV surveillance system

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3.2.2.5

Clock system

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3.2.2.6

Office LAN/WAN system

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3.2.2.7

Spare capacity after commissioning

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3.2.2.8

Spare parts and special tools

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3.2.3

Scope of Services

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3.2.3.1

General

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3.2.3.2

Erection, cabling, wiring and labeling

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3.2.3.3

Commissioning, trial operation and Acceptance tests

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3.2.3.4

Documentation

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3.2.3.5

Training

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3.3

Technical requirements

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3.3.1

General

114

3.3.2

Telephone system

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3.3.2.1

General

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3.3.2.2

Telephone system features

117

3.3.2.3

Interface requirements

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3.3.2.4

Administration software and diagnostic facility

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3.3.2.5

Signal tones

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3.3.2.6

Subscriber facilities

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3.3.2.7

Voice recording system

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3.3.2.8

Telephone sets

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3.3.2.9

Power supply equipment

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3.3.3

Portable radio system

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3.3.4

Public address system (PA system)

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3.3.4.1

General

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3.3.4.2

Central amplifier station

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3.3.4.3

Master call stations

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3.3.4.4

Indoor and outdoor call stations

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3.3.4.5

Loudspeakers

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3.3.5

Process related CCTV surveillance system

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3.3.5.1

General

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3.3.5.2

CCTV requirements

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3.3.5.3

Cameras

139

3.3.5.4

Video system accessories

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3.3.5.5

Interfaces to other systems

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3.3.6

Clock system

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Office LAN/WAN system

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3.4 Interfaces

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3.5 Terminal points

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3.6 Inspection and testing

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4. Generator Rejection Scheme

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4.1 General

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4.2 Scope of supply

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4.3 Functional requirements

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4.4 Technical requirements

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4.4.1 Security and Dependability

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4.4.2 Trip Time Performance

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4.4.3 Execution Modes

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4.4.4 User Interface

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4.4.5 Special Tools

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4.4.6 Fault Monitoring System

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5. Integrated Security System

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5.1 General

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5.2 Layout

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5.3 Scope of Supply and Services

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5.4 Technical Requirements

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5.4.1

Additional requirements for Intrusion Detection & Assessment System (IDAS)

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5.4.2

Additional requirements for Access Control System (ACS)

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5.4.2.1

Door monitoring

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5.4.2.2

Administration building access control

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5.4.2.3

Metal detector

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5.4.2.4

Under-Vehicle Surveillance System

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5.4.2.5

Raising arm barrier

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5.4.2.6

Turnstiles

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5.4.2.7

Barriers at the gate house

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5.4.2.8

Design and function

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5.4.2.9 Equipment

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5.4.2.10 Operation

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5.4.2.11 Recorders

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5.4.2.12 Cards

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5.4.3

Additional requirements for Video Surveillance System (VSS)

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5.4.3.1

CCTV monitoring and recording

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5.4.3.2

Digital video recorders (DVR)

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5.4.3.3

Monitors

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5.4.3.4

Redundancies

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5.4.4

Additional requirements for ID Management System (IDMS)

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5.4.4.1

Integrated access control and badging system

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5.4.4.2

Alarm and event recording

164

5.4.4.3

Database and other data requirements

165

5.4.5

General requirements

166

5.4.5.1

Additional requirements for the security systems integration

166

5.4.5.2

Additional requirements for the Security Control Center (SCC)

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5.4.5.3

Transmission system

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5.4.5.4

Security equipment tagging

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5.4.5.5

Security equipment and devices

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5.4.5.6

Expandability

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5.4.5.7

System grounding and ventilation fans

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5.4.5.8

Graphical location maps

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5.4.5.9

Device overview

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6.

Annexes

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1. Control, Instrumentation and Monitoring Systems

This Part of the Specification covers the supply of the Control, Instrumentation and Monitoring Systems (P-B13.1), Emission Monitoring system (P-B13.2), Communication, clock and surveillance systems (P- B13.3), Generator Rejection Scheme (P-B13.4) and the Integrated Security System (P-B13.5) for the RAS AZ ZAWR Power Plant (Package “P”) and interfaces to the Water Production Island (Package “D”).

Typical overall DCS architecture is shown in Annex P-C13-1, wherein the tie-in points to Water Production Island (Package “D”) are indicated.

The Tenderer shall show details of works involved and functions achievable. The Tenderer shall submit in the Tender the program of work, any outage requirements in order to minimize the unavailability of units already in operation.

1.1

General

The DCS will be applied as a total solution, providing the necessary control and monitoring means for all main systems of the whole plant, including also the Package “D” systems. Main systems are designated as systems belonging to the main technological process and serving the main purpose of the plant. The Human Machine Interface in the Central Control Room with remote central operating and monitoring facilities will be uniform, using DCS standard workstations. Workstations from proprietary systems shall not be accepted. One unified DCS system of the same make and type shall be provided for the entire plant of Package “P” and Package “D”. The DCS system shall be approved solution for combined cycle power and high pride desalination plant. Make and type of the overall DCS shall be offered by the contractor of Package ‘P’ and the contractor of Package ‘D’ shall provide the same make and type of the DCS for all Package ‘D’ units and equipment.

DCS manufacturer will be subject to SWCC prequalification. DCS type will be selected upon the submittal at the time of engineering phase and is subject to SWCC / Engineers approval.

All DCS hardware and software required for Package ‘D’ units and equipment will be within the scope of supply and services of the Contractor of Package ‘D’. The integration of Package ‘D’ part of the DCS into the overall DCS as well as the coordination work and the merger of Package ‘D’ data base with Package ‘P’ data base is under the scope of work of Package ‘P’ Contractor. The overall automation of the entire plant of Package ‘P’ and ‘D’ as well as their operation and control by the Plant

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Master Controller (PMC) shall be within the scope of work of Package “P” Contractor.

Alternative: Package ‘D’ Bidder offers a DCS for Package ‘D’ of different make and type than the DCS supplied by Package ‘P’. In this case, the DCS offered for Package ‘D’ shall still fully comply with this Specification. The interface between the two DCS systems shall be hardwired for all the interlocks (for control) and protection signals and shall be well defined and well coordinated by the Contractors of both Packages. Each Contractor of both Packages shall provide the necessary hardware, such as modules and interface devices as well as necessary software required for the interface signals at his end. Cables and cabling work related to the interface signals from the marshalling cabinets to the DCS cabinets as well as the internal DCS cabinets wiring, marshalling cross-wiring and field connection of the cables inside the marshalling cabinets is the responsibility of each Package Contractor at his end. Cables and cabling work related to the interface signals from the marshalling cabinets of Package ‘P’ to the marshalling cabinets of Package ‘D’ is within the scope of Package ‘P’. The overall coordination, commissioning and operation of the interface signals are the responsibility of Package ‘P’ Contractor.

This Specification covers the supply of the control, instrumentation and monitoring equipment for the new installations of RAS AZ ZAWR Power Generation Island (Package “P”). This mainly includes those for the elsewhere specified (Parts P-B1 through P-B8) gas turbine generators (GTGs), heat recovery steam generator (HRSGs), steam turbine generator (STG) and auxiliary systems. Over and above that, the control operation and monitoring of the Water Production Island (Package “D”) shall be carried out by means of an extension of the Power Generation Island DCS, as described under Part D-B10 (Package “D”). Nevertheless, the responsibility for the layout of the overall DCS of Power and Desalination Plant (e.g. system architecture, spare capacities for common equipment and common functions) shall remain within the hands of the Contractor for the Power Island (Package “P”).

The control, instrumentation and monitoring equipment to be provided shall be suitable for faultless and safe control and supervision of the entire Power and Desalination Plant during all the operating conditions. All the supplied control, instrumentation and monitoring equipment shall be suitable for their installed location, and in particular, all outdoor equipment shall be suitable for the specified ambient site conditions.

The Specification stipulates the minimum requirements for the design, scope of supply of the required equipment and materials, fabrication, inspection, testing and commissioning of the systems. The Contractor shall

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be responsible for the design of all hardware, software, interfaces to other systems, system testing, documentation, delivery, installation, supervision and field support for the systems as defined within this Specification.

All instrumentation and control works/ equipment not expressly called for

in this specification, but necessary at the discretion of the Engineer, for the

complete and proper installation and operation of the plant equipment and accessories shall be performed and provided by the Contractor at no additional cost to SWCC.

Make and type of PLC systems as well of the field instruments are subject for approval of SWCC/ Engineer.

General design criteria for the instrumentation and control equipment are stipulated in Part P-B03.

The Contractor shall adhere to the functional requirements, design criteria and system configuration contained in this document. Where there is a conflict between the requirements of the Specification and the Contractor’s current standard system/technology, this shall be clearly defined in writing as a deviation to the Specification. The Contractor may propose alternative improved performance features as long as the system is made up of plant proven hardware and software modules.

A general description and a layout of the Power and Desalination Plant are

included in Part P-A3.

The following explanation shall be considered as main aspects for the technical concept of the Instrumentation & Control Systems. The plant instrumentation and control equipment shall be selected and designed in such a way that the operation as described below and the following functions shall be performed for each power plant block and for the desalination plant.

The concept shall take full advantage of the currently available integrated control system technology to maximize plant performance and availability

as well as to achieve a cost-effective installation. To achieve this, the

control protective and supervisory functions required for the central operation of all the plant facilities shall be implemented in a uniformed Distributed Control System (DCS). But the DCS system should be segregated at its automation level for the power plant blocks, common systems and the desalination plants, such that each unit/system shall have its own dedicated DCS process control station. This is required to achieve the

highest availability of the Plant. (see also Annex P-C13-1)

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Start-up, generator synchronization and loading of the GT units, the HRSG’s, ST, the demineralization plant and all auxiliary equipment from

the Central Control Room while using all the main full automatic start-up and shut down sequence step and automatic function group programs

with one pushbutton operation for each unit of the power block

automatic and manual modes shall also be provided for operator selection.

Semi-

Automatic start-up sequence will also be provided for all auxiliary equipment in the plant.

Full automatic start-up and shutdown sequences will be provided for the desalination units based on function group control. Minimum preparation work which consists of filling of lines and establishment of the recirculation system can be carried out locally and respectively by the operator from the CCR operator stations prior to the full automatic sequence.

Plant / Unit Master Controller-coordinated power plant block operation, capable of handling unscheduled load changes as well as scheduled load ramps.

Complete supervision of the whole plant, including the GT’s, ST’s, RO’s, the thermal Desalination plant and auxiliary systems in the plant

Safe operation in case of Unit island/ house load operation

Automatic contribution to grid frequency control

Integration of the requirements of AGC (automatic generator control)

Safe shutdown of the units/ power plant block. Full automatic shutdown sequences shall also be provided for all plant units and auxiliary equipment including unloading, breaker opening and shutdown

The DCS system shall be applied as a homogeneous solution, providing the necessary control means basically for the whole plant. However, depending on the kind of the process hardware it should be allowed using package controls for the gas turbines and for the control (governing) and protection system of the steam turbines. In any case, the variety of the main control systems in the Plant shall be limited to the minimum, i.e. the DCS type shall follow either the type of the BPST/CEST or of the GTG control system. The main controller of the GT, BPST/CEST, HRSG should be part of the DCS and directly interfaced without gateways. This shall be a proven solution for similar combined cycle power and desalination plants.

The BMS (Burner Management System) of HRSGs as a certified fail-safe system shall be part of the DCS.

Interfacing with package control systems shall use standard interfaces and protocols. However protection signals shall be connected hard-wired in triple redundancy (e.g. 2 out of 3). Control signals shall be connected hard- wired in dual redundancy. Emergency push buttons shall be provided for the major plant equipment such as boiler, turbine and generator etc.

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The Human Machine Interface in the Central Control Room shall be uniform, using the same DCS standard workstations.

The use of black box systems with PLC's or local controls for ancillary plants or systems is limited to secondary systems, i.e. systems which are not affect the availability or the performance of the plant. The accepted black box systems are mentioned in Part P-B03 clause 6.2. Only some special cases can be considered subject to the Employer/Engineer’s approval. PLC systems shall be of uniform type, compatible with the main DCS system and shall be built single fault tolerant in all aspects. The application and the manufacturer/type of these control systems shall be subject to Employer/Engineer's approval.

The remote central operating and monitoring facilities will be installed in the Central Control Room.

The Plant common auxiliary systems will be controlled by the DCS workstations in the CCR, too. The plant shall be interfaced with the LDC, with Saudi Aramco for Fuel supply and metering and SWCC headquarter for limited amount of signals. The plant shall be interfaced with Ma’aden for required amount of signals. (see Annex P-C13-4)

1.2

Operation and control philosophy

1.2.1

General

The plant will be designed for base load operation, however, it shall be possible to achieve a considerable turndown of power generation whilst maintaining to full water production. This means, for the power and steam generation units, in addition to base load operation, automatic start-up and shut-down functions are also required for the on-line regulation of Power and Desalination Plant.

Although part load operation of the desalination units will be infrequent, the units shall be capable of unrestricted operation between 60% and 100%.

During the normal on-line operation of the plant, the main operator- functions, as carried out from the Central Control Room (CCR), shall be those of supervision and selection of the appropriate pattern of running plant to meet the electrical load and steam demand targets with optimum fuel economy, generation and production security within any operational plant constraints.

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The essential plant operational management functions of starting up, shutting down and load demand setting of the power and steam production units shall remain directly under the operator’s control whilst the on line regulation of the plant components (e.g. turbines, boilers, etc.) shall be fully automated.

The automation shall meet the following objectives:

consistent start-up and shut-down of the plant under all operational conditions;

to achieve minimum run up and loading times consistent with pre-set thermal stress limits;

to meet the request of block control and plant master control

to meet plant output demand set by the load dispatcher;

to minimize fuel consumption during start-up, shut-down and normal on- line operational cycle;

to maximize plant life expectancy;

to simplify operation

The essential common plant systems (e.g. boiler feed, fuel, cooling water, etc.) shall be automated to leave the overall control co-ordination of these areas in the hands of the operator to ensure maximum flexibility of operation.

The control system shall be designed so, that the plant can be safely operated with a minimum number of operators.

A plant management system (PMS) shall allow access to all information of the DCS and other related control, diagnostic and monitoring systems for the shift supervisor, management like superintendent and operators.

1.2.2 Control centers

The control system shall be so designed, that full control and supervision of the complete Power and Desalination Plant (power/ steam generation and water production) shall be possible from a main CCR. The CCR shall be the operational focus for the whole Power and Desalination Plant from where all major plant items such as the GTGs, HRSGs, supplementary firing, STG, thermal desalination units, RO and auxiliary systems like gas reducing stations, feedwater, fuel oil system, electrical system etc. shall be capable of being started, on-line regulated and shut-down.

The design, engineering and layout of the whole Central Control Room, including the portion delivered by Package “D” with operator workstations, printers and large screen device shall be carried out in the Package “P” scope and shall be sub-contracted to a specialized company, which shall

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make the design, interior architecture, lighting, color, material and furniture according to the state-of-art of the latest technology in CCR design worldwide and shall comply with the international ergonomic standards. It shall also be considered in the design that the general overall process information to be displayed on the large screen monitors shall be visible to all persons.

The interior design and execution of the CCR is fully under the scope of work of Package “P” Contractor and the proposed specialized Sub- Contractor shall be submitted with all qualification documents for Employer/ Engineers approval.

In addition, there shall be a number of Local Electronic Rooms (LERs) located in the main plant areas as follows:

each GT (adjacent to relevant GT unit)

HRSG;

STG

desalination units;

RO plant

Seawater Intake.

Fuel gas system

Fuel oil system

Compressed air system

Blending Plant and Potable Water System

Water Treatment Plant

These LERs shall serve for the accommodation of the control cabinets of the DCS and PLC. The LERs of each GTG shall be equipped with one Local Operator Station (LOS). During normal operation the LERs (GTGs) shall be unmanned. These LERs shall only be used during first start-up, emergency situation and during maintenance. However, all control and supervisory facilities available in the CCR shall, in general, be provided in the LER of GTG to ensure that there is always a full back-up control facility in the event of a major failure within the CCR area. Therefore, each GTG shall be provided with one (1) operator station (one VDU, keyboard, mouse) located in the LER for each GTG.

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Beside the Central control room (CCR) a local control room (LCR) shall be foreseen for plants as follows:

Chlorination plant

CO2-plant and limestone plant (common LCR)

Each of these LCRs shall be equipped with one redundant operator station. These LCRs shall have the same environmental conditions like the CCR (air conditioned, dust free, vibration free, etc.). The control cabinets of the DCS system will be established beside in a LER.

1.2.3

Operation of the main units

1.2.3.1

Degree of automation of the main process plants

The plant shall be designed with high degree of optimized automation, safety protection and minimum of operator interface. The following operational sequences relating to gas turbine generation, HRSG, steam turbine generation, RO and thermal desalination units will be fully automated, requiring the minimum of operator intervention under normal conditions.

Cold start after maintenance Defined as a start after major maintenance activities. The start up of operation of the HRSG; SG and all supportive auxiliary systems shall be coordinated remotely and supervised from the CCR, but local field operators might be needed for venting, dewatering, draining of pipelines etc. and other manual activities. The start up of GT might be coordinated from local GT compartment, instead of CCR.

Normal Cold Start Defined as a cold start that has not been preceded by major maintenance activities. The operation of the HRSG and all supportive auxiliary systems shall be coordinated remotely from the CCR from where all control procedures are initiated and supervised.

Warm Start - applies to GT, ST, HRSG units only Defined as a start-up after an overnight shutdown. This will be carried out and coordinated remotely from the CCR.

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Hot Start Defined as a start-up following a plant trip. Fully coordinated from the CCR.

Normal and Emergency Shutdown Fully coordinated from the CCR.

Electrical load management to meet plant output demand set by the load dispatcher

Normal operation shall require in general a minimum of attendance by field operators throughout the plant.

All the start-up sequences shall be designed for starting the unit as first unit or as subsequent unit.

The essential common plant systems including the seawater system, the condensate return, fuel supply and cooling water systems will be automated to the group level, which leaves the overall control coordination of these areas in the hands of the operator to ensure maximum flexibility of operation.

1.2.3.2 Gas turbines generators

The operation of the GTGs, as specified in Part P-B1 shall be fully automated. The automation shall provide for comprehensive control, monitoring, and safe operation of GTGs from the Power Control Desk in CCR (normal) and Local Operating Stations in LERs either through independent GTG control systems interfaced to DCS, or through DCS integrated GTG control systems (preferred). Automatic starting (with a single command), synchronizing, loading and shutting down of the gas turbine generators shall be provided. The only operator intervention required shall be to select the fuel to be used and to set the load. The switch- over from gas firing to oil firing shall be automatic, and switch-back from oil to gas firing shall be manual. Fuel changeover should not create disturbances in the operation.

1.2.3.3 Heat Recovery Steam Generators

The HRSGs, as specified in Part P-B2 shall be controlled, monitored and operated from Power Control Desk in CCR (normal).

The start-up, loading and transfer to control mode of each HRSG shall be automated from the point at which the turbine exhaust gas is admitted to the HRSG. Preparation prior to HRSG starting shall be remotely by operator’s initiation to satisfy the necessary pre-start conditions. Supplementary firing

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shall cut in and cut out automatically based on boiler load demand and GTG load in addition to manual operating facility. However, the burner light up and shut-down sequence as well as supervision shall be fully automated.

The HRSG initial preparations including start up of auxiliaries may be initiated from the group, sub-group and drive level as appropriate. Initial preparation shall be enabled with one single command. However once the gas turbine exhaust gas enters the HRSG, the subsequent warm up and loading sequence shall be fully automated.

1.2.3.4 Steam turbine generator(s)

The STG(s) under normal operation will be supplied with live steam from the HRSGs. The operation of the STG shall be fully automated. Each STG, and its associated auxiliary systems, as specified in Part P-B4 shall be controlled, monitored, and operated from Power Control Desk in CCR (normal), either through independent STG control system interfaced to DCS, or through DCS integrated STG control system (preferred). The automation shall provide for STG start-up, synchronization, automatic speed and voltage regulation, exhaust pressure control during plant upsets, and shut-down. The control systems shall provide for efficient and safe operation of STG(s) and its auxiliaries through all the operating scenarios.

A Thermal Stress Evaluator (TSE) shall be provided. It shall monitor, display and control the thermal stress levels of the turbine. It shall automatically co-ordinate with the auto run up program in order to ensure that the permissible turbine stress levels are never exceeded.

Control of the turbine in automatic mode is possible from plant DCS. Also control of the turbine/generator on functional group level is operable from plant DCS.

1.2.3.5 Common services systems

Common service shall be fully automated and monitored from the CCR as part of the DCS.

The main steam systems, as specified in Part P-B5 including high pressure steam system, steam bypass system, medium pressure steam system, low pressure steam system, and deaerating steam system shall be, as a minimum, fully automated for control, monitoring and operation from Common Services Control Desk in CCR.

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minimum, fully automated for control, monitoring and operation from Common Services Control Desk in CCR.

The common fuel systems, as specified in Part P-B6 including fuel gas system, and diesel fuel oil system shall be, as a part of the DCS, fully automated for control, monitoring and operation from Common Services Control Desk in CCR.

In addition, other common services systems, as specified in other Parts of Package “P” as well of Package “D” including waste water systems, seawater supply system, closed cooling water system, service air and instrument air system, potable water blending reservoir system, and other systems shall also be controlled and monitored by the DCS and shall be operated from Common Services Control Desk in CCR.

1.2.3.6

Electrical distribution system

The electrical distribution system of Power and Desalination Plant, as specified in Part P-B12 and D-B09 shall be controlled and monitored via DCS from the Electrical Control Desk in the CCR (normal). This shall, as a minimum but not limited to, include operation and monitoring of LV & MV switchgear, UPS, DC systems, etc.

1.2.3.7

Desalination units (Package “D”)

The desalination units, as specified in Package “D” shall be controlled, monitored and operated, via the DCS, from the Water Control Desk in CCR. The automation shall provide for automatic start-up, normal operation, and shut-down from CCR of the desalination units. Start-up shall be enabled with function group commands. The preparatory works for start-up and final stages of shut-down shall be done from CCR.

1.3

Scope of supply and services

1.3.1

General

This sub-section sets out the scope for the control, instrumentation and monitoring equipment for the installations covered by this Specification as well as supplies and services, but without excluding other necessary components and services not mentioned. This includes all control, instrumentation and monitoring equipment within the CCR and LERs, and associated field mounted equipment, which fulfils the control, instrumentation and monitoring tasks as specified in the various parts and sections. Sufficient instrumentation to the satisfaction of the Engineer shall

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be provided to meet appropriately the operational and safety requirements of the plant.

The Contractor shall be responsible for all engineering, design, manufacture, programming, configuration, documentation, materials, supplies, factory and field testing, delivery, installation, start-up, tuning and initial operation through completion of the work specified.

1.3.2 Scope of equipment

Field Equipment

all measuring and signal conditioning equipment (e.g. sensors, transmitters, switches, analyzers, flowmeters, etc.) installed in the field as well as in the CCR and LERs.

four (4) portable programmers (handheld computers) of each type (or with the related software) for programming and calibration of SMART transmitters and positioners.

all local instrumentation necessary for general start-up preparation, shut- down, local plant supervision and maintenance, including at least the following:

Pumps

Suction and discharge pressure gauges Gland sealing pressure gauge (if applicable)

Strainers and

Differential pressure gauges

Filters.

Heat exchangers

Temperature and pressure gauges upstream and downstream, both tube side and shell side.

Lubrication and

Pressure/temperature gauges, flow indicators at

Cooling systems

appropriate locations to enable proper system monitoring.

Tanks and Vessels

Level indicators, pressure and temp. gauges.

Common process headers

Pressure, and temperature gauges

any other field equipment as required for the specified mode of operation and for a safe and satisfactory operation and supervision of the plant.

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Distributed Digital Control System (DCS) All main systems shall be controlled by DCS. The typical overall DCS architecture is shown in Annex P-C13-1, wherein the tie-in points between Power and Desalination Plant (Package “D”) are indicated.

The plant’s main control system shall be a distributed digital control system (DCS) in accordance with the technical requirements specified under Part P-B13.1.4.4, including:

The DCS shall cater for the following main functions:

Signal acquisition, conditioning and processing

Closed-loop control

Open-loop control and interlocks

Plant and Unit Coordinator

Plant and Unit Master Control/ Load Control

Function group controls, sub-group controls and drive controls

Plant and equipment protection

Alarm and status annunciation

Data communication

Data displaying and information presentation to the operating staff

Data storage for periodic or post-trip analysis of the plant or equipment analysis in form of curves, tables and lists (redundant historian server)

Supervision and plant performance calculation

System engineering and diagnostic

The following is a minimum list of systems to be controlled and monitored by the DCS, but not limited to:

GT Units with their auxiliaries (if no package control was agreed, but in this case operation and monitoring via DCS operator stations is required at least)

HRSG including circulation systems, vent and drain systems, etc.

HRSG duct firing burner control and management system

Feedwater supply systems including auxiliaries

Steam system

Steam turbine control, start-up, run-down and protection and Steam turbine auxiliaries (oil supply, turning device, drainage, etc.), (if no package control was agreed, but in this case operation and monitoring via DCS operator stations is required at least)

Steam Turbine Supervisory system (at least monitoring)

Evacuation systems

Condensate system

Circulating water system

Closed cooling water system

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Instrument and compressed air system (monitoring, pre-selection and automatic change over)

Block related fuel supply systems

Black Start Diesel (monitoring and overall control)

Fuel gas compressors. (monitoring, automatic change over)

Diverter dampers of the HRSG.

The DCS shall include as a minimum, but not limited to the following systems/equipment:

Single fault tolerant fiber optical plant (highway) bus (at least100 MB/s).

Redundant Fiber Optical Terminal (CCR LAN) Bus.

Redundant Processing Units and Server Units shall be provided to connect the Plant Bus/highway bus to the Terminal Bus /CCR LAN.

Operator stations and large screen monitors in CCR, which are specified somewhere else in the specification.

Local operator stations, which are specified somewhere else in the specification.

Engineering stations, which are specified somewhere else in the specification.

Diagnostic stations, which is specified somewhere else in the specification.

Plant Management System (PMS)

PMS operator stations, which are specified somewhere else in the specification.

Redundant optical switches to connect the DCS process control stations to the plant highway bus redundantly and for bus-to-bus connection.

DCS process control station shall be designed to maximize the plant/ unit/ systems availability. Non-availability of any DCS process control station shall affect a minimum process function. All DCS process control stations shall be redundant and segregated according to their function, which shall be provided at least as follows:

Each GTG (if no package control was agreed) shall be provided with DCS process control stations for:

GTG Governor Controller.

Sequence and Auxiliaries Control.

Measurements and Supervisory System.

Failsafe Protection System.

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Each HRSG shall be provided with the following DCS process control stations:

Boiler Control System.

Boiler Failsafe Protection System.

Failsafe BMS for the Supplementary Firing Burners.

Each ST shall be provided with the DCS process control stations for:

ST control, Governor control (if no package control was agreed)

Sequence and Auxiliaries Control.

Measurement and Supervisory System.

Failsafe Protection System (if no package control was agreed)

Identical DCS process control stations shall be provided for the fuel gas supply system/ gas compressors per unit.

Separate DCS process control stations shall be provided for the fuel gas common system.

DCS process control stations shall be provided for the fuel oil system.

DCS process control stations shall be provided for the steam and water systems.

DCS process control stations shall be provided for closed circuit cooling water system, chemical dosing and chemical sampling system.

DCS Process Control Stations shall be provided for the condensate and feed water system.

DCS process control stations shall be provided for each of the diverter damper package for each HRSG.

DCS process control stations shall be provided for the Plant Master Controller and Plant Protection Co-ordination.

DCS process control stations shall be provided for the electrical system of the power plant following the specified segregation principles and shall be located near to the switchgear panels.

DCS process control stations shall be provided for any other equipment/system not mentioned above but deemed to be necessary at the discretion of the Employer/Engineer. In order to maximize the availability and the reliability of the plant/ units/ process, the total number of process control station will be defined at beginning of the engineering phase based on the final plant configuration.

Redundant interface modules and serial data links to the PLC black box control panels, which are specified elsewhere and subject to the Employer/Engineer's approval.

Redundant interface modules and serial data links to the Substation Control and Monitoring System (SCMS) as well to LDC including a interface cubicle (located in 380kV substation).

Plant highway bus connection shall be provided and connected to the Package “D” DCS cubicles distributed in the Plant.

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Each unit shall be provided with separate marshalling cabinets, which shall be supplied from the supplier of the DCS cabinets and shall have the same material, color and size.

Maxi-Thermipoint connection or similar, reliable modern connection

technology shall be used inside the marshalling

cabinet with doors from the front and the back side shall be provided with 20% spare capacity in the termination blocks to be counted after completion

of commissioning. The number of marshalling cabinets to be provided for

each unit/system shall be decided taking into consideration the quantity and size of cables in-and-out. It shall be ensured that in no way the marshalling cabinets are over-crowded with cables in the entrance opening and/or inside

the cabinet. This all is subject to the Employer/Engineer’s approval.

cabinets.

.Each marshalling

Any other equipment not specified above but deemed to be necessary shall also be provided at the discretion of the Employer/ Engineer.

Integration of Water Production Island (Package “D”) All DCS equipment directly assigned to Water Production Island (Package “D”) as shown in Annex D-C10-1 and described in more detail in Part D- B10 shall be integrated in the overall DCS supplied under the Contract for the Power Generation Island (Package “P”). Furthermore, all facilities and software functions commonly used by Water Production Island and Power Generation Island, e.g. central data base of DCS, shall be under co- ordination and responsibility of the Contractor for Power Generation Island.

Plant Management System (PMS)

A Plant Management System (PMS) as highest level in the control hierarchy

shall comprise at least

redundant PMS server

Operator stations for shift supervisor, superintend office and engineering room with color laser printer

Operator station for each of the operator desks (each power block, common systems, RO, each thermal desalination part)

network

data exchange to Office LAN (for access for unlimited number of staff)

WEB access to PMS from office PCs

License for unlimited use and unlimited tags for SWCC

Integration of data provided by Package “D”

High end quality hardware and software tools should be used for the PMS. (The PMS can be of PI system or equivalent.)

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Various PLC based control systems for package equipment (if approved by the client) including two programming devices for each type of PLC together with all required software licenses.

Asset management system/field device tool (FDT) The asset management system for instruments, transmitters and actuators shall consist of:

Centralized configuration and diagnosis station including hardware, all necessary programs and software tools

Redundant server

Suitable number of portable handheld devices

Two (2) operator stations in the engineering room (one (1) for each package)

Sufficient number of licenses (at least 5)

Integration of data provided by Package “D”

Vibration Monitoring System (VMS) The vibration monitoring system shall consist of:

Centralized configuration and diagnosis station including hardware, all necessary programs and software tools

Redundant server

Suitable number of portable handheld devices

Two (2) diagnosis stations for the control room (one (1) for each package)

Engineering station for the engineering room

Diagnosis station for the T&I (Test & Inspection) office

Sufficient number of licenses (at least 5)

Necessary field equipment

Integration of data provided by Package “D”

The principle of the system is shown in Annex P-C13-8. The requirements for the vibration monitoring system are described in Part

P-B03-4.9.

Central Control Room Equipment Normal operation of the plant shall be performed from VDUs of the operator desks in the CCR. One operator shall have two operator stations containing two VDU each. For the overview different large screen panels have to be installed in the CCR, too.

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For operation of the complete Power and Desalination Plant different operator areas shall be foreseen as follows:

power generation control desks (for each block)

common facilities and services control desk

water control desks (1x RO, 3x thermal desalination, 1x desalination common systems)

and control desk for electrical services

The CCR shall, as a minimum, accommodate the following equipment:

Five (5) or six (6), if relevant Power Control Desks (PCDs) each comprising of:

Three (3) operating stations each operating station consists of two TFT-based Visual Display Units (VDU) with a dedicated CPU and graphic display controller, keyboards and mouse, related to each PCD the following equipment shall be provided:

one (1) hardcopy laser printer (color and black/white),

one (1) Large Screen Projection Panel (LSPP),

hard-wired emergency shut-down push-buttons for each of the GTGs, HRSGs and STGs,

one (1) control desk

two (2) operator’s chairs;

Water Control Desks (in the Scope of Package “D”, D-B10) comprising of 5 control desks:

Desk for RO (two (2) operator stations)

Desk for thermal desalination part 1 (three (3) operator stations)

Desk for thermal desalination part 2 (three (3) operator stations)

Desk for thermal desalination part 3 (three (3) operator stations)

Desk for desalination common (three (3) operator stations) each operator station shall consist two TFT-based Visual Display Units (VDU) with a dedicated CPU and graphic display controller, keyboard and mouse,

related to each desk section the following equipment shall be provided:

one (1) hardcopy laser printer (color and black/white),

one (1) Large Screen Projection Panel (LSPP),

hard-wired emergency shut-down push-buttons,

one (1) control desk

two (2) operator’s chairs;

Remark: Furniture (desk and chairs) to be supplied by Package “P” because of identical design of these pieces of furniture.

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one (1) Electrical/ Common Services Control Desk comprising of:

three (3) operating stations , each consists of two TFT-based Visual Display Units (VDU) with a dedicated CPU and graphic display controller, keyboards, mouse,

one (1) Large Screen Projection Panel (LSPP),

one (1) hardcopy laser printer (color and b/w)),

one (1) control desk

four (4) operator’s chairs;

one (1) Shift Supervisor’s Operator Desk comprising of:

one (1) operating stations , each consists of two TFT-based Visual Display Units (VDU) with a dedicated CPU and graphic display controller, keyboards, mouse,

one (1) laser printer (color),

one (1) control desk

one (1) shift supervisor’s chair;

Operator Stations for crosswise operation (for each of the above mentioned desks), each consists of one TFT-based Visual Display Units (VDU) with a dedicated CPU and graphic display controller, keyboards, mouse (see as reference therefore Annex P-C13-5)

All control desks shall be supplied with audible/ visual equipment for the DCS alarms and annunciations which shall be of different tones for different units

LCD indicators (red color, 120 mm TEXT height) shall be provided in the CCR panel for display the total power production and the total power export as well for the water production and water export.

Data Exchange (SQL-/ WEB-server) including firewall for data exchange to other systems (e.g. office LAN, enterprise systems) and necessary software licenses, if any

Furthermore equipment of communication systems (e.g. telephone) shall be built into each control desk or in panel.

Gas detection and fire detection panel /desk, fire fighting panel, panels for building management system (HVAC, chiller plant), CCTV as well the black start panel shall be considered for installation within the CCR, too.

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one (1) set of furniture consisting, as a minimum, of one (1) integrated filing cabinet (total length min. 10m) and one (1) integrated side board for each of the above mentioned desks, one (1) writing desk with adequate space for spreading an A0-size drawing on top, one (1) common filing cabinet for storing drawings and documents, and one common (1) side board, wall whiteboard (min. 1000mm x 1500mm), lockers (min. 2m) for spare and consumables

Printer desks / sideboards

Fire proof cabinet for software and data holder storage

Meeting area (table and chairs)

Regarding to the modern design of the control room area all doors, windows including shutter or venetian blinds, partition walls have to be planned, supplied and installed.

The restroom/ toilets and the kitchenette of control room area have to be fit out with all sanitary installation and kitchen furniture (sink, refrigerator, stove, microwave, kitchen things, all other furniture as well table and chairs).

Specialized company shall do the final design/ layout of the Central Control Room. This documentation is subject to separate approval. The design of arrangement, lighting, colors, interior architecture and materials, etc., shall be prepared by careful consideration of the ergonomic aspects and up-to- date control room design principles.

Local Electronic Room (LER) equipment. The LERs shall mainly accommodate the DCS process stations or PLC cubicles. In addition, the LER for each GTG shall be provided with the following equipment:

one (1) Local Operator Station (LOS):

The LOS shall be complete with VDU, keyboard, mouse or track-ball and the conventional control elements, such as emergency shut-down push-buttons.

one (1) set of furniture consisting, as a minimum, of two (2) operator chairs, one (1) writing desk with adequate space for spreading an A0-size drawing on top and for accommodating the specified (ref: Sub-section P- B12.10) telephone instrument(s), one (1) filing cabinet for storing drawings and documents, and one (1) side board.

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Local Control Room (LCR) equipment. The LCRs shall be provided with the following equipment, each:

two (2) Local Operator Stations (LOS):

The LOSs shall be complete with TFT based VDU, keyboard, mouse and the conventional control elements, such as emergency shut-down push-buttons.

one (1) printer

one (1) hardcopy printer

one (1) set of furniture consisting, as a minimum, of two (2) operator chairs, one (1) writing desk with adequate space for spreading an A0- size drawing on top and for accommodating the specified (ref: Sub- section P-B12.10) telephone instrument(s), one (1) filing cabinet for storing drawings and documents, and one (1) side board.

Engineering and Diagnostic Room Equipment An engineering room shall be located adjacent to CCR, and shall, as a minimum, accommodate the following supply:

One (1) Engineering Station and one (1) Diagnostic and Documentation Station for each of the DCS sections comprising of:

two (2) TFT based Visual Display Units (VDU) each with a dedicated CPU and graphic display controller, keyboards, mouse,

one (1) A4/ A3 -format color laser printer,

two (2) chairs;

one (1) desk for accommodating the above mentioned equipment with adequate space for spreading an A0-size drawing on top

Two cabinets for each DCS section

Furniture for one (1) Engineering Station and one (1) Diagnostic and Documentation Station for each of the Package “D” DCS sections comprising of same equipment like for Package “P”

four (4) sets of working desks and chairs

one (1) storage cabinet for keeping consumables;

one (1) cabinet for keeping ready-to-refer essential plant documentation and drawings;

one (1) filing cabinet (min. 15m)

One PMS station including desk/ chair

One CEMS station including desk/ chair

Operator stations for asset management system / FDT (2x) including desk/ chair

One vibration monitoring system (VMS) for diagnostic. including desk/ chair

Two personal computers with office applications

Fire proof cabinet for software and data holder storage

One fire proof cabinets for routine backup software

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Additional Engineering stations have to be provided during commissioning and tuning period in sufficient number that parallel commissioning works can be carried out independent for the different systems and process areas.

Portable stations (e.g. Laptop) for diagnostic and programming functions shall be included in the scope with the relevant functions for diagnostic and programming features for programmable components e.g. transmitters and actuators.

Settlement metering equipment

A special billing and metering system shall be installed for accounting all

media exported to Ma’aden and SEC as well to PS 1. The metering system shall consist of settlement meters, back-up meters and quality measurements, described in the tables below.

 

Device

Location

Fuel gas supply pipeline to

Flow meter

Plant boundary

Ma’aden

Process water (from thermal desalination) to Ma’aden *

Flow meter

Plant boundary

Potable water to Ma’aden*

Flow meter

Plant boundary

* in the scope of Package “D”

A metering system foreseen for the media exchange to SEC/ SWCC shall be

foreseen, which consists of settlement meters, back-up meters and quality measurements, described in the tables below:

 

Device

Location

Each power connection to SEC

CT / VT

Substation

380 kV substation and 13.8 kV

Meter

Relay and protection room of substation

substation

Drinking water to Substation*

Flow meter

Plant boundary

Quality

Plant boundary

measurement

* in the scope of Package “D”

A metering system foreseen for the fuel supply systems shall be supplied,

which consists of settlement meters, back-up meters and quality measurements, described in the tables below.

 

Device

Location

Fuel gas supply pipeline

Flow meter to SWCC plant

Plant boundary

Back-up fuel supply

Flow meter

Ship unloading

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Device

Location

 

station / Pipeline

An automatic meter reading system shall be supplied for collection and validation of all metering signals.

A commercial billing system shall be provided for accounting.

All meter signals shall be considered in the metering systems which included also the meters supplied by Package “D”.

Miscellaneous equipment Conventional alarm annunciation system with fascia, installed in the CCR for a small number of selected alarms of critical systems, e.g. 380kV, 230kV (200 alarms shall be the basis for the offer).

1.3.3 Spare capacity after completion of commissioning

At least 20% free channels of each I/O –modules shall be available after final commissioning for future modification.

At least 20% free space shall be available in all cubicles, junction boxes and marshalling racks after final commissioning for future ad-on items. This free space shall be distributed inside the cubicles in such a way that additional terminals, equipment or modules may be added to any group of controls. At least 20% spare cores shall be provided in each control and monitoring cable. All spare cores shall be terminated.

Each module shall be sized such that no more than 60% of its installed capacity is utilized during normal operation and shall not exceed 80% even under extreme load condition.

1.3.4 Services

The Contractor shall provide all services required for a safe, reliable,

efficient and trouble free instrumentation and control equipment, complete

in every respect, without excluding other necessary services not mentioned

below. These services shall include but not be limited to:

design of all equipment to be supplied

examining of interface documentation

co-ordination and integration of all DCS equipment/functions supplied under Package “D”, Part D-B10

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co-ordination and integration of all central control room equipment supplied under Package “D”, Part D-B10 in order to ensure a uniform layout and design of CCR

Detailed study of a specialized company for CCR design and layout including the lighting, color, material, interior architecture etc. considering carefully the ergonomic standards and the up to date control design principles.

co-ordination and interfacing with external or separate systems like

Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS)

Water quality monitoring system

Vibration monitoring system (VMS)

Plant Management System (PMS)