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  Section -1 : INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL INFORMATION   1.0 Introduction 1 1.1 Existing System 3 1.2 Generic System Architecture 3 1.3 Proposed SCADA/DMS system 5 1.4 Scope of Work 5 1.4.1 Broad Role Definition for SIA 5 1.5 Facilities to be provided by Employer/Owner (Utility) 12 1.6 General Requirement 12 1.7 General Bidding Requirement 13 1.8 Items of Special Interest 14 1.9 Site Conditions 14 1.10 Applicable Standards 14 Section 2 : Chapter 1: SCADA FUNCTIONS   1.0 General Requirements 1 1.1 Design Requirements 1 1.1.1 SCADA/DMS Function Access 1 1.1.2 Critical and Non Critical Functions 2 1.2. SCADA Functions 3 1.1.3 Communication Protocol 3 1.2.2 Data Acquisition 3 1.2.2.1 Polling Method 4 1.2.2.2 Telemetry Failure 5 1.2.3 Time Synchronisation of RTUs 6 1.2.4 Data Exchange 6 1.2.4.1 SCADA/DMS System with IT System 6 1.2.4.2 For data exchange between SCADA/DMS control centres & DR centre , SLDC :   7 1.2.5 Data Processing 7 1.2.5.1 Analog Data Processing 8 1.2.5.2 Digital Input Data Processing 10 1.2.5.3 Calculated Data Processing 11 1.2.5.4 S/S Topology Processing 12 1.2.5.5 Alternate Source of Data 12 1.2.5.6 Quality Control 12 1.2.6 Continuous Real-Time Data Storage and Play Back 13 1.2.7 Sequence of Events Data 13 1.2.8 SCADA Language 14 1.2.9 Supervisory Control 14 1.2.9.1 Digital Status Control 15 1.2.9.1.1 Breakers 15 1.2.9.1.2 Capacitor Banks 16 1.2.9.1.3 Tap Changing Transformers 17 1.2.9.2.2 Set Point Control 17 1.2.9.3 Auto Execution Sequence /Group Control 17 1.2.9.4 Control Inhibit Tag 17 1.2.9.5 Control Permissive Inter Locks 18 1.2.9.6 Control Action Monitor 18 1.2.10 Fail Soft Capability 18 1.2.11 Remote Database Downloading, Diagnostic and Configuration 18 1.2.12 CIM & IEC61850 , SMART GRID interface, requirements 19 1.3 Information Storage and Retrieval 21 1.3.1 Circuit Breaker Status Table 21 1.3.2 Real  – Time Database Snapshot Table 22 1.3.3 Hourly Data Tables 23 1.3.3.1 Missed Hourly Data Storage 22 1.3.3.2 Hourly Data Calculation 23 1.3.4 Daily Energy Data Table 23 1.3.5 Load Priority Table 23 1.3.6 SOE Data Table 24  1.3.7 Data exchange with Billing system (Data centre & DR centre) Under R-APDRP IT implementation 24 1.3.8 Data Exchange with customer care system under R-APDRP IT Implantation 24 1.3.9 Data Exchange with GIS System 25 1.3.10 Historical Information (HI) Data Retrieval 26 1.3.11 System Message Log Storage and Retrieval 26 1.3.12 Mass Storage of Data / Files 27 1.4 Data Recovery Function (DR) 27 Section 2: Chapter-2 : DMS FUNCTION 2.1 General Requirement 1 2.1.1 DMS functions 1 2.1.2 Other Support Function 1 2.1.3 Contractors Standard Product 1 2.1.4 Graphical & Tabular display requirements for DMS functions 2 2.2 Network Model 3 2.3 Network Connectivity Analysis (NCA) 5 2.3.1 Tracing 6 2.3.2 Temporary Modifications 6 2.3.2.1 Cuts 6 2.3.2.2 Jumpers 7 2.3.2.3 Temporary Grounds 7 2.3.3 Reports and Displays 7 2.4 State Estimation 8 2.4.1 Input/Output 8 2.5 Load Flow Application LFA 9 2.5.1 General Characteristics of LF application 10 2.5.2 Real Time Load Flow Execution 11 2.5.3 Study Mode Load Flow Execution 12 2.5.4 Load Flow Output 12 2.5.5 Display and Reports 13 2.5.6 Alarms 13 2.6 Volt  – VAR control (VVC) 13 2.6.1 Modes of operation 14 2.6.1.1 Auto Mode 14 2.6.1.2 Manual Mode 14 2.6.2 Reports 14 2.6.3 Displays 15 2.7 Load Shed Application (LSA) 15 2.7.1 Basic rules for load shedding & restoration 15 2.7.2 Modes of Operations 16 2.7.2.1 Manual Load Shed 16 2.7.2.2 Manual Load Restoration   16 2.7.2.3 Auto Load Shed 17 2.7.2.4 Auto Load Restoration 17 2.7.3 Alarms / Events 18 2.7.4 Summary Report 18 2.8 Fault Management & System Restoration (FMSR) Application 19 2.8.1 Functional Requirement   19 2.8.2 Detection of Fault 19 2.8.3 Localization of Fault 20 2.8.4 System Isolation and Restoration 21 2.8.5 Reports 22 2.8.6 Displays 22 2.9 Loss Minimization via Feeder Reconfiguration (LMFR) 22 2.9.1 Modes Of Operation 23 2.9.1.1 Auto Mode 23 2.9.1.2 Manual Mode 23 2.9.2 Displays and Reports 24 2.10 Load Balancing via Feeder Reconfiguration (LBFR) 24 2.10.1 Modes of Operation 24 2.10.1.1 Auto Mode 24  2.10.1.2 Manual Mode 25 2.10.2 Displays & Reports 25 2.11 Load Forecast 25 2.11.1 Short-Term Load Forecasting (STLF) 25 2.11.2 Similar day forecasting 26 2.11.3 Long Term forecasting 27 2.11.4 Results of Function 27 2.12 Operation Monitor 27 2.13 Disptacher Training Simulator (DTS) 28 2.13.1 Instructor Control 29 2.13.2 Trainee control 30 2.13.3 Pre-Session Activities 30 2.13.4 Scenario Construction 30 2.13.5 Event Types 31 2.13.6 Event Initiation 31 2.13.7 Session Activities 32 2.13.8 Post-session Activities 33 2.13.9 DTS Performance and Sizing 33 2.13.10 DTS Database and Displays 34 Section-2,Chapter-3:USER INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS   3.0 General Requirements 1 3.1 System Users 1 3.2 Function and Data Access Security 2 3.3 Windows Environment 2 3.4 Display Interactions 3 3.4.1 Display Requests 3 3.4.2 Display Navigation 4 3.4.3 Permanent Indicators 5 3.4.4 Default Screen Layout 5 3.4.5 Display Note Pad 6 3.4.6 Quality Code and Tag Indication 6 3.5 User Interaction Techniques 6 3.5.1 User Guidance 7 3.5.2 User Help 7 3.5.3 Overlapping user access 7 3.5.4 Function Key usage 8 3.5.5 Trend 8 3.5.5.1 Graphical Trend 8 3.5.5.2 Tabular Trend 9 3.6.1 Alarm Categories 10 3.6.2 Alarm Priority levels 10 3.6.3 User Interaction for Alarms 11 3.6.3.1 Alarm Inhibit/Enable 11 3.6.3.2 Alarm Acknowledgment 11 3.6.3.3 Audible Alarm Silencing 11  3.6.3.4 Change Alarm Limits 11 3.6.3.5 Alarm Presentation 12 3.7 Events 12 3.8 Hardcopy Printout 12 3.9 Report Generation 12 3.10 System Configuration Monitoring and Control 13 3.11 Dynamic Data Presentation 13 3.12 Element Highlighting 14 3.13 Display Types 14 3.13.1 SCADA/DMS System Display 14 3.13.2 Distribution System Network Display 14 3.13.3 Interchange Display 15 3.13.4 Substation SLD Displays Menu 15 3.13.5 Substation SLD Displays 15 3.13.6 Control Panel Displays 16 3.13.7 Substation Tabular Displays 16 3.13.8 Alarm Summary Displays 16 3.13.9 Event Summary Displays 16 3.13.10 Operating Information Summaries 16 3.13.11 Manual Override Summary 16 3.13.12 Off-Normal Summary 16 3.13.13 Out  – of-Scan Summary 16 3.13.14 Alarm Inhibit Summary 17 3.13.15 Tag Summary 17 3.13.16 Graphical Trending Summary Displays 17 3.13.17 Tabular Trending Summary Displays 17 3.13.18 Notes Display 17 3.13.19 Computer System Configuration and Monitoring Displays 17 3.13.20 RTU/FRTU/FPI Communication Channel Monitoring and Control Display 17 3.13.21 SCADA/DMS Application Program Displays 18 3.13.22 GIS Integration 18 3.13.23 Help Displays 18 Section 2,Chapter 4 :SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS  4.0 General 1 4.1 Software Standards 1 4.1.1 Design and Coding Standards for SCADA/DMS applications 1 4.2 Operating System 2 4.3 Time and Calendar Maintenance 2 4.4 Network Software 2 4.4.1 Network Communication 2 4.4.2 Network Security 3 4.4.3 Network services 3 4.4.4 Security Services 3 4.4.4.1 Features 4 4.4.4.1.1 Firewall 4 4.4.4.1.2 Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) 5 4.4.4.1.3 Gateway Antivirus 6 4.4.4.2 Other aspects of security 7 4.4.4.2.1 Application Security Monitoring 7 4.4.4.2.2 Security Alarms 7 4.4.4.2.3 Analysis and Reports 7 4.4.4.2.4 Log Archiving 7 4.4.4.2.5 Data Access through intranet 8 4.4.4.2.6 Signature Updating Requirements 9 4.4.4.2.7 Network Management system (NMS) 9 4.5 Database structure 10 4.5.1 Software Maintenance and Development Tools 11 4.5.1.1 General requirements 11 4.5.1.2 Command language 11 4.5.1.3 Linkage Editor and Loader 11 4.5.1.4 Symbolic Debugger 12
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