Using ISDDs, Dr, Avin Mathew CTO MIMOSA amathew@ Estimated Benefits of Interoperability

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  • 1.Using ISDDs Dr. Avin Mathew CTO MIMOSA amathew@mimosa.org
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  • 3.Estimated Benefits of Interoperability 5% reduction in equipment capital costs From internal study of a large owner/operator in conjunction with its EPCs and suppliers 8% total project capital cost,14% reduction in project schedule,5-15% reduction in annual maintenance cost Studies from CII and NIST
  • 4.Fiatech O&M Information Needs Survey Survey of ten process industry companies
  • 5.Fiatech O&M Information Needs Survey Six out of nine companies claimed that 50% or less of information required by O&M was in an immediate usable form Primary driver for O&M "evergreen" data maintenance is safety and regulatory requirements
  • 6.Where are Equipment Datasheets used? Engineering / Design Capture engineering design requirements Simulation and testing Metric by which to measure project completeness Procurement RFQ and bid tabulation from supplier responses Capture supplier model characteristics
  • 7.Where are Equipment Datasheets used? Completions / Commissioning / Startup Capture as-built asset characteristics Configuration of MES / Control Systems Instrumentation calibration Operations Set points for alarms and alerts Process simulation and optimization Maintenance Compare against supplier product data sheet for make/model matchup Instrument calibration Input to reliability modelling Decommissioning / Disposal Regulatory requirements for sale?
  • 8.Plan /Program / Contract Engineer / Design Procure Fabricate / Construct Complete / Commission / Start-up Operate / Maintain Decommission / Dispose Determine design % completeness by analyzing filled in datasheet properties required by equipment type for each phase Align engineering terminology across teams using industry RDLs as a base Handover machine-interpretable datasheets for immediate loading into engineering master data system to compare against the physical asset and configuring O&M systems Select project specific templates from ISDDs for structured data entry by engineers Pre-populate datasheets from previous phases (e.g. design basis) as engineers choose equipment to design Automate technical comparison of vendor offerings; determine if RFQ responses fall within distribution of RFI responses Matchup requirements against product datasheets from equipment suppliers
  • 9.Use CaseStructured Data Exchange Avoid transcribing data at each stage Reduce long-term operational cost Improve data quality Improve time to market Owner/Operators Suppliers XML CCOM EPCs XML CCOM XML CCOM
  • 10.Use CaseConvert Semi-structured to Structured Data Continue using existing data entry work process using spreadsheets Make actionable / structured data easily consumable Convert XML API Instances CCOM Instances Linear Instances ASME Instances ISA Instances PIP Instances XML ISDDs
  • 11.Use CaseGenerate Linear Data Sheet Templates Tailor template according to stage Ensure consistent experience and validation Structured data is easily consumable XML ISDDs Linear Templates Generate Project Characteristics (applicability, constraints current stage)
  • 12.Extensible ISDDs
  • 13.Maturity Model
  • 14.Using ISDDs Dr. Avin Mathew CTO MIMOSA amathew@mimosa.org