Presentation on theme: "An Introduction to S88 CHICKEN CURRY WITH RICE."— Presentation transcript:
0 EUROTHERM Life Sciences Solutions Group AN INTRODUCTION TO S88 Preliminary Results & Strategic Update30 May 2002, LondonLife Sciences Solutions GroupAN INTRODUCTION TO S88Lord MarshallChairmanRick HaythornthwaiteChief ExecutiveKathleen O’DonovanChief Financial Officer
2 An Introduction to S88 Rice Chicken Curry INGREDIENTS 400g basmati rice100ml butter1.5l waterChicken Curry1.6 Kg chicken6 garlic cloves4 medium sized onions5oml/ 2oz clarified butter1.5ml/ 1/2tsp chilli powder4 cardamom pods3 cloves, salt25mm/ 1 in cinnamon stick150ml/ 5 fl oz natural yoghurt10ml/ 2tsp white malt10ml/ 2tsp sugar|
3 An Introduction to S88 Fry Simmer PREPARE CHICKEN CURRY Add the butter to a large saucepan over medium heatWhen hot, add the onions and garlic and fry for 30 secondsAdd chili powder, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, yoghurt,vinegar,salt and sugarStir for 60 seconds and add chickenWait until all the liquid evaporatesSimmerAdd 100ml water to panbring this to boillower heatSimmer until oil separates from the gravyServe with the rice
4 An Introduction to S88 PREPARE RICE Soak Boil Simmer Soak the rice in cold water for 1/2 hour ensuring rice is fully coveredBoilAdd water to a panBring to boilDrain the rice and add to the panBoil for 10 minutes or until rice grains begin to expand and change their textureTransfer the rice to a colanderSimmerAdd the butter and 10ml of water to the panHeat until butter meltstransfer half the mixture to a cup and the rice to the saucepanpour the butter mixture over the riceCover the pan and simmer for 20 minutes on low heat
5 An Introduction to S88 2 Large saucepan or flameproof casserole EQUIPMENT2 Large saucepan or flameproof casseroleGas or electric cookerMeasuring spoonsLadlewooden spoonChopping boardSharp Knife
7 An Introduction to S88PROCESS DEFINITIONA process is a sequence of chemical, physical or biological activities for the conversion, transport or storage of material or energy.A process can be classified as:Continuous processMaterials are passed in a continuous flow through processing equipmentDiscrete parts manufacturing processesProducts are classified into production lots. A specific quantity of product moves as a unitBatch processesAre the production of finite quantities of materials by subjecting input materials to a defined order of processing actions using one or more pieces of equipment.
8 An Introduction to S88 PROCESS MODEL Process Chicken curry with riceProcessConsists of anordered set ofIs a part of a process that usually operates independently from other process stages.Prepare chicken curryPrepare riceProcessStageConsists of anordered set ofUsually results in a chemical or physical change in the material being processed.FrySimmerProcessOperationConsists of anordered set ofDescribe minor processing activities those are combined to make up a process operation.Add butterHeatProcessAction
9 An Introduction to S88 PHYSICAL MODEL Contains all the units, equipment modules required to make one or more batches.KitchenProcessCellMust containOne or more major processing activities can be conducted in a unit.Large saucepanFrying panUnitMay containCan carry out a finite number of specific minor processing activities such as dosing or weighing.Can be exclusive or shared use.EnterpriseEquipmentModuleCookerSiteAreaMay containIs a collection of sensors or actuators. One or more combined.ControlModuleHeat control knob
10 An Introduction to S88PROCESS CELL CLASSIFICATION: by number of productsSingle productProduces the same product in each batch.Variations in procedures and parametres are possible.Multi productProduces different products utilizing different methods of production or control.There are two possibilities:- all products are produced with the same procedure using differentformula values (varying materials and/or process parameters)- the products are produced using different procedures.Variations in procedures and parametres are possible.
11 An Introduction to S88PROCESS CELL CLASSIFICATION: by physical structureSingle pathIs a group of units through which a batch passes sequentially.Several batches may be in progress at the same time.Multiple pathConsists of multiple single-path structures in parallel with no product transfer between them.Network pathThe paths may be either fixed or variable. The sequence may be determined at the biginning or be totally flexible.The units may share raw materials and product storage.
12 An Introduction to S88 PROCEDURAL CONTROL MODEL Procedure Procedure for making Chicken curry with riceProcedureConsists of anordered set ofIs a ordered set of operations that causes a contiguous production sequence to take place in a unit.Example: Polymerize, DryProcedure for making chicken curryProcedure for making riceUnitProcedureConsists of anordered set ofIs a ordered set of phases that defines a major processing sequence involving chemical or physiscal changes in materials.Example: Preparation, ReactProcedure for FryProcedure for SimmerOperationConsists of anordered set ofAccomplish a process-oriented task.Example: Setting, Enabling, HMIProcedure for Add butterProcedure for HeatPhase
13 An Introduction to S88 FUNCTIONALITIES FOR BATCH CONTROL Basic control Comprises the control dedicated to establishing and maintaining a specific state of equipment and process.Includes control loop or interlocks, Triggers corrective actions, Responds to operator commands.Procedural controlDirects equipment-oriented actions to take place in an ordered sequence to carry out a proccess-oriented task. Is made up of procedural elements:procedure, unit procedure, operations and phases.Coordination controlDirects, initiates, and/or modifies the execution of procedural control and the utilization of equipment entities.Example: supervising availability and capacity of equipment, allocating resources, arbitrating requests.
14 An Introduction to S88 MODELS RELATIONSHIP Procedural model Physical ModelProcess ModelProvides processfunctionalityto carry out acombinedwith aProcessCell(s)Procedure(s)ProcessProvides processfunctionalityto carry out acombinedwith aUnitProcedure(s)ProcessstageUnit(s)Provides processfunctionalityto carry out acombinedwith aProcessOperationOperation(s)Unit(s)Provides processfunctionalityto carry out acombinedwith aProcessActionPhase(s)Unit(s)Provides processfunctionalityto carry out acombinedwith aEquipmentModule(s)ProcessActionPhase(s)ControlModule(s)
15 An Introduction to S88 Process Cell Unit Unit EM EM EM EM CM CM CM CM EXAMPLE OF PHYSICAL MODELLINGProcess CellUnitUnitEMEMEMEMCMCMCMCMCMCM
16 An Introduction to S88EXAMPLE OF HOW TO STRUCTURE UNITSEMEMCM
17 An Introduction to S88 EXAMPLE OF CONTROL MODULES CM4 CM2 D4 PID CM1 HICHIC
18 An Introduction to S88EXAMPLE OF CONTROL MODULES - DETAILTreating as a control module simplifies the interface to this group of objectsCommandsStatusCirculateCirculatingPump toProcessPumpingto ProcessStopStoppedFOShutdownShutdownFCPump
19 An Introduction to S88RECIPE DEFINITIONA recipe is an entity that contains the minimun set of information that uniquely defines the manufacturing requirements for a specific product.Fundamental to the pratical application of recipes is the concept that different parts of an enterprise may need informations with different degrees of specificity and detail.The recipe contains neither scheduling nor equipment control.
20 An Introduction to S88 RECIPE TYPES Product specific processing info includesProduct specific processing infoGeneral RecipeDescribe the technique,that is,how to do in principlemay be transformed intoincludesSite RecipeSite specific infomay be transformed intoincludesProcess Cell specific infoDescribe the task,that is,how to do it with the actual resourcesMaster Recipeis the basis forBatchID, in-process, operator infoControl Recipeincludes
21 An Introduction to S88 RECIPE CONTENTS CATEGORIES Header Formula Comprises the administrative informations. (RecipeId, productID, version)FormulaIncludes process inputs, process parameter and process outputs.Equipment requirementsConstrain the choice of the equipment that will eventually be used to implement a specific part of the procedure.In the general and site recipe E.r. are specified in general terms.In the master and control recipe E.r. specifies allowable equipment in process cells.Control recipe may be used to include specific allocations of process cell equipment (reactor R-221).Recipe procedureDefines the strategy to carry out a process.In general and site recipe R.p. are structured using levels defined in the process model.In the master and control recipe R.p. are structured using the procedural elements of the procedural control model, since these have a relationship to equipment.Other informationAs regulatory compliance, safety, flow diagrams, labelling information
22 An Introduction to S88 GENERAL (SITE) RECIPE PROCEDURE General Recipe Functionalitycorrisponds toGeneral RecipeProcedureChicken curry with riceProcessConsists of anordered set ofPrepare chicken curryPrepare riceGeneral RecipeProcess StageProvides processfunctionalityto carry out aProcessStageConsists of anordered set ofProvides processfunctionalityto carry out aFrySimmerGeneral RecipeProcess Operat.ProcessOperationProvides processfunctionalityto carry out aConsists of anordered set ofAdd butterHeatGeneral RecipeProcess ActionProcessAction
24 An Introduction to S88 MASTER (CONTROL) RECIPE PROCEDURE Recipe for making Chicken curry with riceConsists of anordered set ofRecipe UnitProcedureRecipe for making chicken curryRecipe for making riceConsists of anordered set ofRecipeOperationRecipe for FryRecipe for SimmerConsists of anordered set ofRecipePhaseAdd butterHeat