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Intergraph Process, Power & Marine

The Smart Edge


Presenter: Jacob Shailender, Application Engineer (E&I), Neon Infotech.

SmartPlant Electrical 2015

4/7/2015

Agenda

The SmartPlant Engineering & Schematic Fundamentals


The Challenges
SmartPlant as Enabler
The Smart Work Process
Benefits
Conclusion

Value-Add Basis
Engineering is in a given scope and schedule to go from
assumptions and ideas to an as-built facility that is safe,
reliable, and efficient.
6%

7%

Making the right decisions early in the 13%


to Impact/lower the cost/risk in the 87%

Engineering

37%

Design
Materials
50%

Construction

Scope and schedule = Deliverables/productivity


Assumptions and ideas = Change management/case studies
Safe, reliable and efficient = Best practices in engineering and
operations

Connecting the Dots


Creating specifications
Wiring
Composite Drawings
Cable Routing
Process Cases
Installation Details
Electrical Distribution
Create New Tags
Termination Design
More Tasks
Scope-Task-SolutionDeliverable

Addressing the Challenges

Enabler

Safety
Reliability
Design consistency/Quality
Fast Track Execution
Change
Deliverables
Link to physical design
Managing the cables

Consistency Quality Change Management


Control Systems

Electrical

The Smart Way

Streamline the Work Process

Solving Business Challenges


Flexibility
Automate design tasks
Change Management
Measurable Benefits
Fit for Plant Life Cycle

The Project
Designing Power Distribution System
Challenges

Late in project schedule

Fast track design

Deliverables with consistent data

Cable management

Unique Solution Developed with Industry input


Defined & Maintains Electrical Distribution Network
Reduced cost of plant design & modifications
Ensures Consistency, Accuracy
Key features
All deliverables derived from one source
Version management and audit trails
SLDs, Motor Schematics, Data sheets, Cable Schedules...
Interface with other SmartPlant Products
Interface with ETAP

Innovation SmartPlant Electrical


Electrical Engineer

Electrical Engineer
Power distribution design

Electrical Index
Consumers listing

Reference Data Explorer


Best practice equipment
and panels

Reference
Data Explorer

Electrical Index

The Main Work Process Steps


Basic or front-end engineering (start with SPEL or ETAP)

Preliminary load list


Set-up of the distribution network and philosophy
Typical load connections
Load balancing
System analysis/verification

Detailed engineering

Load lists
Interconnections with control systems
Schematics
Detailed one lines
3-Lines
Wiring and cabling (incl. routing)
Panel design/interface with vendors

Construction/Commissioning

System check out


Start-up

Operations

System checkout, contacts and protective device validation


Log-out tag-out
Repair
Extensions/revamp work

Bidirectional Interface

ETAP-SPEL Cable Library Synch process

SmartPlant
Electrical
Plant

SPEL
Cable
Ref.

SPEL Ref
cable

ETAP Cable
library synch
utility

Synch utility

MS access
Database

ETAP Project

ETAP
Cable
LIB

The Basis
Import the Loads from:
Spreadsheets
SmartPlant P&ID
SmartPlant Enterprise (mechanical)
Other sources or solutions

Balance the Loads


Balance the loads for:
Reliability
Cost
Verification of the engineering data such as total loads and power
factors

Best Practices
Create look-up table or configuration profiles for the typical
load profiles of the project
Configurable Design Rules to enforce compliance
Assign to load
Automatically size cables
Create one lines

Generating the One Line Diagram

Innovation: Powering your Graphical


Capabilities with SPEL 2015
Challenge in graphical presentation
Complex relationship

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Graphic Commands and Options

Create Smart Graphics

Design Reuse & Smart Hybrid Design

Cable Block Diagram

- Complex connectivity configurations


- Faster graphical objects manipulation
- Fast Track Network Creation

Task & Discipline focus: Operating cases

Single item revision


Ability to compare any kind of registered report, whether tabular,
composite, or complex
Single item revisions

SPEL ETAP interface


Current supported ETAP version is 12.5 (and 12.6)
Next ETAP version to be supported is v14.0 and 12.6
Main new features:
New and more robust way of flow direction identification
Supporting more ETAP elements
New Universal mapping UI on ETAP side

Schematics

Single source of truth


True view of the design
Automatic creation
Consistency across different deliverables
Fit-for-task

Engineering/design
Construction
Commissioning
Operation

New user Experience for Cable Routing

Cable Routing
Round-tripping between SPEL and Intergraph Smart 3D
SPEL defines to-from and cable type, plus initial size
Actual routing and length determined in automatic cable routing in
Smart 3D
Actual length fed back to SPEL for size validation

Automatic drum allocation and management


Reduce cable waste
Improve pulling activities/schedule

Managing and Engineering in Real Time


Feed Real Time data to optimize Engineering
Perfect solution for the existing Plants

ETAP Real time

SmartPlant Electrical

AMEC Project Example


Projects where SPEL was utilized:

SPEL has been used on 8 major Oil Sands Projects

A typical major Oil Sands Project


Project size by number of equipment:
Initial stage / Final Stage
~
~
~

15,000 / 30,000
40,000 / 80,000
1,500 / 3,000

Loads (Motors, Heaters, etc.)


Cable Tags
MCCs

The Business Benefits

Key Differentiators / Drivers

Validating the Design


Rule driven design practices
Fast Track the Design
Connecting the Functional and Physical World
Driving the Quality
Capturing the Knowledge

Value Prop for SP Engineering & Schematic


Top 5 for SmartPlant Electrical
Project deliverables both data and graphics to support any project
deliverables
Re-use of design ability to upgrade existing CAD designs
Design for all operational cases user definable cases like summer, startup, shutdown, etc. to ensure a reliable/safe system for all scenarios

Automate the design productivity + consistency + innovation


Managing cables bi-directional with Smart 3D + reel management +
change management + creating deliverables for pulling and connecting

In Conclusion

Conclusion
Validation and verification of the design in each stage and at each
project milestone
Design rules in SmartPlant Electrical help to make the right design
decisions
Use default settings, engineering standards, and libraries with
associated rules to drive consistency, quality, and conformance with
the engineering practices.
High quality documentations are created directly and automatically
from the design data
Management of change highlights the changes in comparison with the
latest issue to avoid omission of updates
Innovative approach
Measurable and proven benefits

Thank You