Pollution Emission Monitoring and Accounting System.
The System is a modern, integrated solution which enables monitoring and accounting for pollutions and dusts emitted in course of industrial processing. The System makes calculations basing on data from analysers. Current calculation results are recorded in the data base and visualized in real time. The produced results are compiled in the form of reports at environment protection services' request and designed for accounting with regional authorities.
The System has a distributed architecture including: data acquisition stations, visualization stations, data base servers and reporting stations. The System is able to service any number of emission sources distributed over a certain area.
The Pollution Emission Monitoring System was designed basing on modern technological solutions in the field of real-time distributed systems, server/client architecture, operating systems and data bases.
- possibility of measurement visualization within any time horizon,
- archiving of data and generating of accounting reports,
- application to various branches of industry,
- system parametrizing,
- possibility of accommodation to international standards,
- modern technological solutions,
- maximum system protection against the effect of external factors,
- real-time distributed system.
The figure below shows the structure of the system, that is designed in accordance with the latest trends of the construction of computer systems with distributed intelligence. Therefore, compatibility with the needs of any user is possible - from accounting for a single source to a system dedicated to multi-industrial, multi-source thermoelectric power plants groups in large urban agglomerations.
- SP - controllers connected to analysers by means of analog/digital signals or a serial link - they carry out measurement, processing, standardization and statistical verification of signals,
- REP - a repeater - it provides connection of the controller network to a computer under industrial environment conditions (distance up to 1200m, clutter elimination, galvanic separation),
- SWK - a station of visualization and data acquisition - data read from controllers are recorded in relational SQL data base; the station can work in configuration with a "hot" reserve station,
- SBD - a server with ORACLE data base software - it is responsible for collecting and archiving data within a long time horizon (optionally, we can use a different SQL data base; it is also possible to install the base on the SWK station),
- WIZ Sr - visualization and report stations - they get data from the SWK stations and the data base server, visualize the process and generate optional account reports,
- SR GE - the main power engineer station - it is responsible for introducing information about energy content of burnt coal to the base (optional - software can be installed on any system station),
- SW - a visualization station - any number of stations designed to visualize the process and to aid operators of boilers can be optionally connected to the industrial network,
- SR Os - a report station in the environment protection department - it is responsible for data complementation and generating of account reports concerning emissions; additionally, it can be provided with software for process visualization,
- Supply - with UPS (uninterrupted power supply) units.