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1. What is the Plant Design System?
1.1 What are the 2D modules?
1.1.1 Process Flow Diagram (PFD)
1.1.2 Process & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
1.1.3 Instruments and Instrument Loops
1.2 What are the 3D modules?
1.2.1 Equipment Modeling (PD_EQP)
1.2.2 FrameWorks Plus (FWP)
1.2.3 Piping Design Graphics (PD_Design)
1.2.4 Reference Data Manager (PD_Data)
1.2.5 Drawing Manager (PD_Draw)
1.2.6 PDS Stress Analysis Interface (PD_Stress)
1.2.7 Interference Checker/Manager (PD_Clash)
1.2.8 PDS Isometric Interface (PD_ISO, PD_ISOGEN)
1.2.9 Report Manager (PD_Report)
1.2.10 Project Engineer HVAC (PE-HVAC)
1.2.11 EE Raceway Modeling
1.2.12 Design Review Integrator (PD_Review)
1.3 Project Setup
1.3.1 System Setup
1.3.2 2D Setup
1.3.3 3D Setup
1.3.4 About licensing
1.4 Project Organization
1.5 Working in Three Dimensions
1.5.1 Working Units
1.5.2 Recommended Working Units - English
1.5.3 Recommended Working Units - Metric
1.5.4 Reasoning
1.5.5 3D Coordinate Systems Plant Coordinate System
1.5.6 Design Volume Coordinate System
1.5.7 Examples DVCS Oriented From Plant North
2. Database Overview
2.1 PDS and the Relational Interface System (RIS)
2.2 PDS System Configurations
2.2.1 Client/Server Relationship
2.3 PDS 3D Databases
2.3.1 Database Information Attribute Types Code-Listed Attributes
2.4 Database Definition Files
2.4.1 Project Control Database
# Project Control Database
2.4.2 Design Database
2.4.3 Reference Database
3. Reference Data
3.1 Piping Job Specification
3.1.1 Piping Materials Class Data
3.1.2 Piping Commodity Specification Data Connect Point Data
3.1.3 Piping Specialty Specification Data
3.1.4 Instrument Component Specification Data
3.1.5 Tap Properties Data
3.1.6 Piping Commodity Size-Dependent Material Data
3.1.7 Piping Commodity Implied Material Data
3.1.8 PJS Tables and Functions
3.2 Graphic Commodity Data and Physical Dimension Data
3.3 Material Description Data
3.4 Standard Note Library
3.5 Label Description Library
3.6 Piping Assembly Library
4. How PDS Works
4.1 What Happens When I Place a Component?
4.1.1 Spec Access
4.1.2 Piping Materials Class Data
4.1.3 Piping Commodity Data
4.1.7 Physical Data Definitions
4.1.8 Parametric Shape Definitions
4.2.1 Commodity Item Name Table
4.2.2 Bend Deflection Table
4.2.3 Branch Insertion Tables
4.2.4 Placement Examples
5. Creating 3D Models
5.1 Modeling Setup Requirements
5.1.1 Project Setup
5.1.2 Reference Data Setup
5.1.3 Seed Files
5.1.4 Model Files
5.1.5 Level Control and Graphical Symbology
5.1.6 Level and Symbology Defaults
5.2 Graphics Environment for PDS 3D
5.2.1 Working with the Graphical User Interface
5.2.3 3D Seed Data
5.3 Creating Equipment Models
5.3.1 Functions of PDS Equipment Modeling (PD_EQP)
5.3.2 About the Reference Database (RDB)
5.3.3 Equipment Model Seed Data
5.3.4 Equipment Modeling Environment
5.3.5 Equipment Modeling Concepts
5.3.6 Activating the Orientation Tee
5.4 Equipment Modeling Commands
5.4.1 Equipment Manipulation Commands
5.4.2 Component Manipulation Commands
5.4.3 Nozzle Manipulation
5.4.4 Review/Revise Commands
5.4.5 Define Commands
5.4.6 Miscellaneous Commands
5.4.7 Secondary Commands
5.5 Creating Piping Models
5.5.1 Piping Model Seed Data
5.5.2 Graphic Concepts for Piping Design Piping Segments Active Placement Point Coordinate System Indicator and Orientation Tee
5.5.3 Orientation Tee Piping Connect Points
5.6 Piping Design Commands
5.6.1 Placement Commands
5.6.2 Revision Commands
5.6.3 Component Revision
5.6.4 Segment Vertex Commands
5.6.5 Piping Revision
5.6.6 Model Data
5.6.7 Review Data
5.6.8 Revise Data
5.6.9 Analyze Data
6. P&ID to Piping Data Transfer
6.1 Database Requirements
6.2 P&ID Correlation Table
6.3 P&ID Graphical Data Transfer Setup
6.4 P&ID Node Numbers
6.5 Update Segment Data from P&ID
6.5.1 Update by Node Number
6.5.2 Transfer by Equipment Number and Nozzle Number
6.5.3 Update From Active P&I Drawing
6.6 P&ID Data
6.7 Name From P&ID
6.8 P&ID Data Comparison Options
7. Detecting and Managing Interferences
7.1 Interference Checking Process Overview
7.2 Project Organization
7.2.1 Understanding Design Areas and Volumes
7.3 Setting Up a System to Support Interference Detection
7.4 Understanding Interference Envelopes
7.4.1 Understanding Interference Checking
7.4.2 Understanding Interference Plotting
7.4.3 Understanding Interference Reporting
8. Creating Material Takeoffs and Other Reports
8.1 Reporting Process
8.2 Maintaining Report Definition Data
8.2.1 Understanding Report Files and Records Format File Discrimination Data File Report Record Report Output
8.3 Processing Reports
8.4 Report Types
8.5 Report Format File
8.5.1 Format File Syntax
8.5.2 Definitions
8.5.3 Output Fields
8.5.4 Sample Format Files
8.6 What Happens When I Report On a Component?
8.7 Material Takeoff Reporting (Report Manager)
8.8 Understanding Implied Items
8.8.1 Mating Implied Items
8.8.2 ’*’ Spec Implied Items
8.8.3 ’+’ Table Implied Items
8.9 Material Takeoff Options
8.10 Labels in Material Descriptions
8.10.1 Create Label Attribute Data
9. Extracting Isometric Drawings
9.1 Overview of Isometric Extraction
9.1.1 The Intergraph Interface to ISOGEN
9.1.2 ASCII to Binary Conversion
9.1.3 ISOGEN
9.2 Batch Software Organization
9.2.1 The Batch Job Input File
9.2.2 Line Processing (pdsidf)
9.2.3 The ISOGEN Interface
9.2.4 ISOGEN
9.2.5 Plotting
10. Creating Orthographic Drawings
10.1 Drawing Manager Setup
Drawing Manager Setup
10.2 Drawing Seed Data
10.3 Using Labels in Drawings
10.3.1 Label Types
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