SCADA Based Remote Monitoring and Control of Pressure & Flow in Fluid Transport System Using IMC-PID Controller

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E. B. Priyanka
C. Maheswari
M. Ponnibala
S. Thangavel


Ubiquitous sensing enabled for monitoring and control in the industrial sector are mostly WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) based systems or SCADA systems which all suffer from noteworthy limitations. WSN based systems are not homogenous or incompatible systems and they lack coordinated communication and transparency among regions and processes. Hence in order to enhance the proprietary of remote monitoring and control technology, this paper emphasizes the development of IoT based architecture with local intelligent using IMC based PID controller can be integrated with DCS/SCADA and this research work spectacle only the development and application of Local Intelligence present in the proposed IoT architecture for remote monitoring and control of concerned field parameters. This proposed local intelligence tactic governs the input and output from a hardware platform positioned on a process plant, organize added processing power for meticulous analysis in the control center by the use of software integration, data acquisition and logging on a created hybrid database, and spectacle significant processed post-data statistics to operators via a standard DCS/SCADA HMI. The established local intelligence is experimentally validated in the lab scale experimental fluid transport system to monitor and control pressure and flow rate parameters remotely by incorporating with CENTUM CS 3000.The simulation and experimental results of Local Intelligence using an IMC-PID controller on a lab scale fluid transport system are conveyed with its numerical data.


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Priyanka, E., Maheswari, C., Ponnibala, M., & Thangavel, S. (2019). SCADA Based Remote Monitoring and Control of Pressure & Flow in Fluid Transport System Using IMC-PID Controller. Advances in Systems Science and Applications, 19(3), 140-162.