Export Smart 3D to PDS

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..................................... 39 PipeSegmentAttrsMap.................................................................................................................. 40 PipePartAttrsMap ................................. 36 CPPipeNozzleMap ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28 Define Matching Reference Data ................................................................... 7 Export to PDS Workflow .................................................................. 23 Hierarchy Mapping Workbook ..................................................... 32 Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models ................... 22 Export Structural Hierarchy from Smart 3D to PDS ...................... 37 EqpGlobalsMap .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 34 Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook.......... 31 Import Structural Data into FrameWorks Plus..................................... 8 Points to Consider ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Export to PDS Dialog Box.................................... 10 Limitations when Exporting from Smart 3D to PDS.......................................................... 34 Run Piping Model Builder......... 29 Importing Data into PDS ........................................................ 36 CPSmartEquipmentMap ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15 Configure the PDS Export Initialization File ...................................................................................... 7 What's New in PDS Export........ 29 Define Matching Model Seed Files ................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Create Models from ASCII Files .................. 28 Create the PDS Project............................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Exporting Labels from Smart 3D to PDS ................................................................................................. 41 PipeInstrumentAttrsMap ............................................................................................................................ 15 Export Settings .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 Export Smart 3D Models ............................... 29 Create FrameWorks Plus Subprojects .......... 39 PipeComponentAttrsMap........................................................................................................................................ 25 Generate a PDS Project Configuration File ........................ 37 PipingClassMap ................................................................................... 27 Preparing PDS for Import ..................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 4 ......................................................................... 22 Extract or Update a Hierarchy Mapping File ............................................................................................................................ma ........................................................................................ 35 EquipmentClassMap .................................... 17 Exporting Smart 3D HVAC Attributes to PDS .................................................................................................................................... 32 CIS2Import...............................................................................................................Contents Preface PDS Export Guide...................................................... 12 Preparing Smart 3D for Export ..........

......................................................................................................................................................................... 42 PipeSupportAttrsMap ............................................................................................................ 56 StructureHierarchy ....................... 55 EquipmentHierarchy ........ 64 HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap.................................... 59 HVACHierarchy .......................................................................... 52 HVACClassMap ................................... 65 ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap ............. 58 RaceWayHierarchy......................................... 46 ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap............................ 56 PipingHierarchy .... 49 CSPSLadderMap ........ 62 EndStandardCodelListMap ........................................................... 64 OptionCodeCodeListMap ....................................................... 54 HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap ......................................................... 63 FluidCodeCodeListMap ................................................................................. 62 DesignStandardCodeListMap ................................................................................................................ 50 CSPSHandrailMap ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53 HVACDuctPartAttrsMap ......................................................................................................................................... 64 MaterialsGradeCodeListMap ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 63 FabricationCategoryCodeListMap .......................... 63 GeometryStandardsCodeListMap ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 65 ReportingTypeCodeListMap ............................................................................ 54 Hierarchy Translation Maps ......... 44 ComponentCommodityNames ........................................................... 66 WeldTypeCodeListMap ......................................................... 48 CSPSFootingMap............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 61 CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap................................................................................................................................................................... 46 DimensionalDataMap ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 63 HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap ........ 48 CSPSEquipFoundationMap ............................................................................................................................ 62 EndPreparationCodelistMap ............................................................................................................... 65 PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap ..... 52 CStructCutoutContourMap............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Contents PipeSpecialityAttrsMap ..................................................... 66 StressRequirementsCodeListMap.................................................................................... 46 Structure Translation Maps ............................................................................................................................................ 67 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 5 .......... 60 ApprovalStatusCodeListMap .................. 59 Codelist Translation Maps............................................................................. 62 EqpDivisionCodelistMap ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 61 ConstructionStatusCodeListMap....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 66 SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap ....................................... 49 CSPSStairMap ................................. 64 InsulationPurposeCodelistMap ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 51 SPSWallPartMap.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 43 PipingGlobalsMap ........................................................................... 46 TapOptionCodeMap ............................................................................................................................................................... 61 DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap .. 47 StructureClassMap ................................................................................................. 45 EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap...................................... 57 StructuralEquipmentHierarchy .......................................................................... 61 CoatingTypeCodeListMap .....................................................

............................................................................. Contents Index .............................................................. 68 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 6 ...........

please visit Intergraph Smart Support (https://smartsupport. see Configure the PDS Export Initialization File (on page 17). see Points to Consider (on page 10).ini file has been updated with information related to Structure discipline. and documentation updates for supported software versions.Preface PDS Export Guide This document describes exporting equipment.1)  Added a pre-requisite to successfully export the piping components to PDS. For more information. piping. (P3 CP:242335)  The PDSExportTranslator. What's New in PDS Export The following changes have been made to the PDS Export guide. HVAC. (P4 CP:258844) Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 7 . comments or suggestions about this documentation. Version 2014 R1 (10. Documentation Comments For the latest support information for this product.com). For more information. and structure model data from Smart 3D to Plant Design System (PDS®).intergraph.

SECTION 1 Export to PDS Workflow You can export the following model data from Smart 3D to Plant Design System (PDS):  Equipment  Piping  HVAC  Structure You must have a S3P license key installed on the SmartPlant License Server to use PDS Export. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 8 .

you need to: Create the PDS Project (on page 28) Define Matching Reference Data (on page 29) Define Matching Model Seed Files (on page 29) Create FrameWorks Plus Subprojects (on page 29) Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 9 . Export to PDS Workflow Exporting Model Data from Smart 3D Transferring model data from Smart 3D to PDS involves the following: Export Settings (on page 15) Exporting Labels from Smart 3D to PDS (on page 22) Extract or Update a Hierarchy Mapping File (on page 22) Edit Hierarchy Mapping Workbook (see "Hierarchy Mapping Workbook" on page 24) Generate a PDS Project Configuration File (on page 26) Export Smart 3D Models (on page 27) Preparing PDS for Import To get PDS ready to receive data from Smart 3D.

the software creates an open blind in PDS by default.  When you export spectacle blinds to PDS without setting the base part of the spectacle blind feature to either spectacle blind is in open position or spectacle blind is in closed position. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 10 . For more information. Export to PDS Workflow Importing Data into PDS Create Models from ASCII Files (on page 31) Import Structural Data into FrameWorks Plus (on page 32) Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models (on page 34) Run Piping Model Builder (on page 34) Points to Consider Reference Data and Catalog Data  The catalog data must be the same for both Smart 3D and PDS for the export to yield correct results. Piping  Stock parts in Smart 3D which do not meet the minimum pipe length criteria in PDS. For example. result in a piping placement error after importing. pipe bends modeled incorrectly in Smart 3D might result in irrelevant graphics when imported.  You must resolve all Smart 3D To Do List items before exporting. Unresolved To Do List items can cause unexpected results in PDS.  The pipe part symbols and their default orientation should be same in Smart 3D and PDS.  The number of pipelines created in PDS by the export process might be higher than the number of pipe runs exported from Smart 3D. see Define Matching Reference Data (on page 29).

 Map the tutorial form name for the piping specialty or instrument to the TUT attribute in the DimensionalDataMapMap worksheet.Attribute values. DIM4=Dimension D = CollarEndToCenter attribute on the same interface. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 11 .Attribute. Export to PDS Workflow  Flex pipe from Smart 3D are exported to PDS as specialty items. The tutorial form that accepts the dimensional data input for STRB1 is PSA018. DIM2=Dimension B = BasketLength attribute on the IJUASpecialtiyStrainer interface. DIM1=Dimension A. DIM3=Dimension C = BasketEndDiameter attribute on the same interface. The symbol must be designed so that any dimensional data (DIM1.fb. you must define or create a corresponding specialty symbol in PDS.  The following figure is an example of dimensional-data mapping for the piping specialty STRB1 (Basket Strainer) which is mapped to the CSBasketStrainer4 specialty in Smart 3D. DIM2.  You must define the Commodity class to successfully export the piping components to PDS.and so on through DIMn) required to place the piping specialty or instrument in PDS can be mapped to the attribute data on the Smart 3D specialty object. You must refer to the symbol definitions in both Smart 3D and PDS to decide which dimension to map to which Interface. To map the Smart 3D identifier value of this pipe part with PDS Model Code in the SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap worksheet. Similarly . which is equal to the CollarThickness attribute available on the IJUASpecialtyStrainer interface of the CBastketStrainer specialty in Smart 3D. SP3D Identifier value should be defined by S3D short code value followed by "_FlexPipe". Commodity class can be defined in the property page of an object in Smart 3D. Dimensional Data Mapping  For a Smart 3D piping specialty or instrument. Map the rest of the dimensions to appropriate Interface.  You must map the Smart 3D specialty tag or part number of the piping specialty or instrument to corresponding PDS commodity names in the SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap worksheet in the mapping file.

it is truncated during the export from Smart 3D. so the nozzle component name in Smart 3D cannot be longer than 10 characters. Equipment Nozzle PDS has a 10-character limit for nozzle names. Equipment PDS has a 30-character limit for equipment names. You must assign a unique name for each equipment in Smart 3D. so the equipment name in Smart 3D cannot be longer than 30 characters. equipment nozzles. If the name of the equipment component is more than 30 characters. If the nozzle component names are the same. Limitations when Exporting from Smart 3D to PDS The following limitations exist when exporting Smart 3D equipment. General Smart 3D object names with some special characters such as € or § might not transfer as is because the export functionality uses some of these characters for its syntax. There is chance that names will not be same both sides. Taps  Load the taps' data into the PDS project to ensure that the taps are imported through the APL file correctly. Export to PDS Workflow Interface. PDS does not support duplicate names for equipment items. PDS allows for duplicate names for nozzle components. as long as the nozzle components are assigned to two different equipment items in the same DGN file. or duplicate names after truncation. and structure model data and then importing that data into PDS. the export process can give incorrect results.Attribute must be surrounded by square braces as shown above. can cause the export process to give incorrect results. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 12 . piping. Duplicate names in Smart 3D.

and Elevation coordinates) of the nozzle port without having any connection. This can be achieved by label mapping. in case of Instruments and Specialties.  You can define insulation in at run level and at the component level in Smart 3D. piping specialty and instruments are limited to 30 characters and will also be truncated if needed. Similarly. In this situation. North. The component level insulation is ignored. For example. to export an Elbow with a short code 45 Degree Direction Change. insulation thickness is valid only when you define the insulation purpose. all other nozzles are exported as dumb graphics. Feature breaks are skipped and the following message is added to the log file for each feature break: Feature breakdown is not supported in PDS. circular stock parts are skipped.  If an equipment or nozzle name is not defined in Smart 3D. By default. HVAC nozzles are not exported. the connection between any pipe run and that pipe nozzle is lost when the model is exported to PDS. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 13 . Because of this.  To construct pipes on the sloped pipe segments. The software writes an entry in the log file for each circular stock part. However.  PDS does not support modeling of circular piping.  PDS does not support feature breaks on the pipe stock parts. append <_PIPE TURN TYPE> to the SP3D Value.  The Commodity Names sheet in the hierarchy mapping file maps the Smart 3D short code SP3D Value and PDS commodity names short code PDS Value. To export turn features such as Elbow.  Supports that are placed at a location other than the elbow connect points are exported as connected to the elbow's center. the component level insulation is considered.  In Export Smart 3D to PDS application.  The Export to PDS software exports all the S3D piping supports to PDS as logical supports. PDS allows for duplicate names for piping.  The software exports flex pipes from Smart 3D as specialty items. Miter.  Only the specification driven attributes for pipes are transferred to sloped pipe runs. the same insulation data is applicable to components. However. and instruments and specialties. so the piping component/support name in Smart 3D cannot be longer than 20 characters.  Do not export pipelines with both imperial and metric specifications to the same APL file. hence exporting it as stock part. The export process exports only the insulation data at run level. Define the insulation purpose in Smart 3D before you export the insulation data using Export Smart 3D to PDS application. Bend. import the APL file and then enable the Automated Placement in PDS. the pipe run starts from the connect point (the East. and so on.  The Smart 3D sequence number attribute on pipe runs is not exported to PDS. it is truncated during export. the SP3D Value is 45 Degree Direction Change_ELBOW. support components. Export to PDS Workflow Piping  PDS has a 20-character limit for piping component/support names.  Equipment piping nozzles are exported with connect point information. If the name of the piping component/support is more than 20 characters in Smart 3D.

slabs.  Smart 3D does not export assembly connections to the CIS/2 file. walls. elliptical.  FrameWorks Plus supports only slabs or slab openings that are created by circular.  Openings are not supported on linear or arc members. If the name of the structure component in Smart 3D is more than 24 characters. and arc members. Arc members that are created by elliptical arcs are not supported. vertical and horizontal braces. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 14 . Export to PDS Workflow Structure  FrameWorks Plus has a 24-character limit for all structure components.  Slabs and solids are limited to 95 vertices (placement defining points). Therefore. connection details and assembly connections are not imported into FrameWorks Plus. FrameWorks Plus allows for duplicate names for structural components. it is truncated during export. including beams. columns.  FrameWorks Plus supports only circular arc members. and linear elements.

. Weight Enter the MicroStation line weight for the selected aspect.. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 15 ................ 26 Export Smart 3D Models . 22 Hierarchy Mapping Workbook ....... 15 Exporting Smart 3D HVAC Attributes to PDS .................................... 22 Extract or Update a Hierarchy Mapping File ................................ Valid levels are 1 to 63....... Level Enter the MicroStation level for the selected aspect.................. Valid weights are 0 to 31..................................................................ini file directly with any ASCII file editor. You can also edit the PDSExportTranslator..................................... Aspect Symbology Name Select the Smart 3D aspect for which to define MicroStation symbology....ini file...................SECTION 2 Preparing Smart 3D for Export In This Section Export Settings ................. 27 Export Settings The File > Export > PDS Export > Export Settings command edits the [Product Folder]\Smart3DDRefData\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport\PDSExportTransl ator............................................ 19 Exporting Labels from Smart 3D to PDS .. Color Select a color for the selected aspect......... Global The Global settings are used to define the MicroStation symbology for each Smart 3D display aspect.......... 24 Generate a PDS Project Configuration File ....

Wall Opening Weight Enter the MicroStation line weight for the wall openings. columns. Number of structural equipment per model Enter the maximum number of walls. Wall Opening Style Select the MicroStation line style for the wall openings. Valid weights are 0 to 15. Structure Number of structures per model Enter the maximum number of structural objects (beams. HVAC Number of HVAC ducts per model Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 16 . Wall Level Enter the MicroStation level for walls. Wall Weight Enter the MicroStation line weight for walls. and stairs to put into a single equipment MicroStation design file (. Wall Opening Color Select a color for the wall openings.DGN).DGN). Valid levels are 1 to 63. Wall Style Select the MicroStation line style for walls. ladders. and slabs) to put into a single CIS/2 file. Valid weights are 0 to 15. Equipment Number of equipment per model Enter the maximum number of equipment to put into a single MicroStation design file (. Valid levels are 1 to 63. Wall Opening Level Enter the MicroStation level for the wall openings. Piping Number of pipelines per model Enter the maximum number of pipelines to put into a single Alphanumeric Piping Language (APL) file. braces. Wall Color Select a color for walls. Preparing Smart 3D for Export Style Select the MicroStation line style for the selected aspect.

ini file controls the export of Smart 3D model data to PDS. You can modify the default values to suit your specific project requirements.ini options in the global section are applicable to all disciplines. Valid levels are 1 to 63. Duct Style Select the MicroStation line style for ducts. 1. 2. piping.DGN). Duct Component Style Select the MicroStation line style for the duct component. Duct Weight Enter the MicroStation line weight for ducts. PDS Export Initialization File Options The PDSExportTranslator.  You can edit this file in Smart 3D using File > Export > PDS Export > Export Settings. Configure the PDS Export Initialization File The PDSExportTranslator. such as equipment. Each section contains a specific set of default options that are used during export. Duct Level Enter the MicroStation level for ducts. Duct Component Color Select a color for the duct component. Open the PDSExportTranslator. and modify the options as required. Valid weights are 0 to 15.ini file is divided based on the discipline. and so on. browse to the [Product Folder]\Smart3DDRefData\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder. GLOBALS In general . structure. In Windows Explorer. Duct Component Weight Enter the MicroStation line weight for the duct component. The following options are used for setting the symbology for aspects of the following disciplines.ini file. Duct Component Level Enter the MicroStation level for the duct component. Preparing Smart 3D for Export Enter the maximum number of ducts per MicroStation design file (. Save your changes.  Equipment Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 17 . Duct Color Select a color for ducts. Valid levels are 1 to 63.  SharedContent is delivered in the reference data setup. 3. Valid weights are 0 to 15.

0.0. G. weight 3.Type a value are from 0 to 255.  RGB . and style 1.3.240. 232.0 ASPECT_INSULATION = 180. Type a positive. NumberOfStructuralEquipmentsPerModel Specifies the number of structure equipments per PDS model or design file. non-zero value.3.254. The default values are as follows:  Color . add an entry in the initialization file as ASPECT_SHADOW.  STYLE . The default value is 500.Type a value from 0 to 7. Type a positive.3.0. Color (R. level 1. weight.240.1 EQUIPMENT NumberOfEquipmentsPerModel Specifies the number of equipments per PDS model or design file.3. B).1 ASPECT_CENTERLINE = 255. ASPECT_DETAILED PHYSICAL = 255.180.1 ASPECT_REFERENCE GEOMETRY = 0.7.0. WALL_SYMBOLOGY Specifies the symbology for structural wall components. non-zero value. The default value is 500. Give the symbology values in the following order. and style.3. Weight.) The following aspects are in the ini file.0.127.1 (That is.4. STRUCTURE NumberOfStructuresPerModel Specifies the number of structures per PDS model or design file.1 ASPECT_OPERATION = 0.3.255. The default value is 150. The symbology displays the values for the color.0.1. PIPING NumberOfPipeLinesPerModel Specifies the number of pipe lines per PDS model or design file. black color. Type a positive. 232 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 18 .0. Style. Preparing Smart 3D for Export  HVAC  Structure Type the aspect name using the prefix “ASPECT_” Example: If the aspect name is SHADOW. Type a positive.  LEVEL . Level.0.6. The default value is 500. non-zero value.3. in that order.5.3.  WEIGHT .Type a value from 1 to 63.160.1 ASPECT_MAINTENANCE = 0. ASPECT_SHADOW = 0. level. non-zero value.8.Type a value from 0 to 15.

255. Type a positive. the software reads the Property mapping file (SP3DPDSExport. Type the values for symbology in the following order: Color (R.150.0. B). That is.1. All the attributes of Duct parts and Duct components (with some limitations) are written directly to a . Preparing Smart 3D for Export  Level .1  Weight .255. Style. level. DUCT_COMPONENT_SYMBOLOGY Specifies the symbology for duct components. Style. Weight. The default values are 255. G. Weight. B). HVAC does not have equivalent PDS classes to which you can map the Smart 3D class when you export the attributes. level 1.3  Style . Type the values for symbology in the following order: Color (R. in that order. The default value is 500.drv file.2  Weight .3. Green color.0. weight 3 and style 0. DUCT_SYMBOLOGY Specifies the symbology for ducts. While writing attributes to the . White color. The default values are 0.0.xls) to process the attributes. weight 3 and style 0. and style. That is. Exporting Smart 3D HVAC Attributes to PDS Unlike Equipment and Piping. weight.1. 0  Level . CLASS MAP The Smart 3D classes CPDuctOccur (DUCT) and CPRteDuctComponentOcc (DUCT_COMPONENTS) are mapped to the virtual class HVACDrv. G.0 HVAC NumberOfHVACDuctsPerModel Specifies the number of HVAC runs per PDS model or design file.255.0 WALL_OPENING_SYMBOLOGY Specifies the symbology for structural wall opening components.drv file. The default values are as follows:  Color . 255. Level.3  Style .3. non-zero value. level 1. The symbology displays the values for the color. Level. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 19 .

such as the HVACDuctPartAttrsMap and HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap sheets. HVACDrv indicates that this is an attribute in the virtual class HVACDrv.drv file. PDS attribute columns have HVACDrv. then you must map the attribute as show below: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 20 . and you want to see the attribute name as hasInsulation in the . You must map the corresponding PDS attribute name in the sheets to write the correct PDS attribute name against the Smart 3D value in the .AttributeName. Example: If Smart 3D has the attribute name IsInsulated.drv file. Preparing Smart 3D for Export HVACClassMap: ATTRIBUTE MAP: All the attributes to export to PDS are mapped in attribute mapping sheets.

see Exporting Labels from Smart 3D to PDS (on page 22).  Label mapping can also be applied to map any PDS attribute to the corresponding Smart 3D attribute. For more information about creating label mapping. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 21 .drv file with the DRMS linkage looks as follows:  Because the HVAC export is not intelligent. but they cannot be revised in PDS. Preparing Smart 3D for Export The generated . The properties of the HVAC components can be reviewed.

If the Smart 3D attribute is a code list. 6. see Label Editor Command in the Catalog User's Guide.AttributeName]. 1. 1.  Define your workspace before exporting. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 22 . The Export to PDS dialog box displays. 2. You can access this document using the Help > Printable Guides command in the software. For more information about creating labels. create a label that gives a property of the related object. Type TRUE in the Label column. Export to PDS supports the mapping of labels so that you can transfer attributes of direct or related objects to their PDS-equivalent attributes. By default.xls workbook. 2. The value must realize the label property and must be in the format [InterfaceName. and select the discipline from the Discipline list. this workbook is delivered to the [Reference Data Folder]\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder. Map the SP3D Attribute to the corresponding PDS Attribute by typing the label name in the SP3D Attribute column. The following steps illustrate exporting properties from the related catalog part of Smart 3D to PDS. Be sure to add the respective code list sheet hyperlink and valuedef in the maptype column. then you must provide the value in the Value column. Preparing Smart 3D for Export Exporting Labels from Smart 3D to PDS Labels let you get the attribute values of direct or related objects in Smart 3D. Save the workbook. Extract or Update a Hierarchy Mapping File  Close the mapping workbook that you need to update before you run Extract. Click File > Export > PDS Export > Export Model. 4. 5. You can also use this workflow to export user-defined attributes to PDS. 3. Click the Extract Hierarchy tab. Open the specific mapping sheet in the S3DPDSExport. In the Smart 3D Catalog task.

The structural hierarchy for members. Type the location of the log file in the Log File box.dgn files in PDS. The default mapping file is delivered to SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport. 3. 5. In the Hierarchy Mapping File box. create structural objects in the needed hierarchy on the System tab of the Workspace Explorer. or browse to the location. On the Export Hierarchy tab. wall openings. select the Structure discipline from the Discipline list. you can customize the Model_Type in the PDS model creation ASCII configuration file based on this requirement. 6. By default Model_Type is both and allowable values are propagated and both. The structural hierarchy for footings. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 23 . 4.xls workbook. 5. Click File > Export > PDS Export > Export Model. and slab openings is exported to the StructureHierarchy mapping sheet in the S3DPDSExport.  You must define design file names in both mapping sheets to create the . Type the location of the log file in the Log File box. you must define the FWP Sub Project number for structure. or browse to the location. slabs. 4.stp file. The Export to PDS dialog box displays.xls workbook. 2. In the Smart 3D Structure task.dgn equipment file. or browse to the location.  Footings. or browse to the location. walls. For more information about creating structure.xls mapping file. walls. Export Structural Hierarchy from Smart 3D to PDS To export the Smart 3D structural hierarchy to PDS: 1. Preparing Smart 3D for Export 3. foundations.  When generating the PDS project configuration file. type the location of the S3DPDSExport. Type the location of the mapping file in the Hierarchy Mapping File box. see the Structure User's Guide. 6. and traffic structural objects is exported to the StructuralEquipmentHierarchy mapping sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Other structure is exported using a CIS/2 . Click Extract Hierarchy. foundations. and traffic structural objects are exported using a . Click View Log to review the log file for any errors or warnings. In addition. Click Export/Update Hierarchy Mapping File. This workbook is delivered to the [Reference Data Folder]\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder.

Model Description . Design area names must not contain embedded spaces or other special characters such as. Area Name: Pip1). Area Name: Piping_A). split the SAT file into smaller components. but not limited to. but not limited to.NumberOfPipeLinesPerModel) in the configuration (. You can use the underscore (_) character. the Area Name is used as the default description (for example.Type up to 40 characters for this required description of the design area you are creating. You can use the underscore (_) character. Area Name . ^&#%$. ^&#%$. For more information. If the number of objects exceeds the objects limit per model in the configuration file. If a SAT file is larger than 32 MB.  For successful creation of areas and models using Create Model Data From ASCII File in PDS. Area Description . Specify the model name as the area name followed by the character 'M' and a number (For example. Area Desc: Piping Area A). we suggest that you use the first three letters of the discipline followed by a number (for example.  The number of objects column in the hierarchy mapping sheet helps to define the number of models. The name must be unique across disciplines (for example. Model Name .Type up to ten characters for the name of the design area to be created or defined. then the software creates a suitable number of models to accommodate all the objects and logs the information in the log file. for piping. and numbers (0-9) in model names. If you do not define a value. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 24 . lowercase letters (a-z). Model Name: Pip1M1). then the software uses the same area name for all systems. If you do not define a value. Model Name: Model_A). Model Desc: Model A Description). Model names must not contain embedded spaces or other special characters such as. If you specify an area name for one system but do not specify the area name for subsequent systems.Type an optional 40 character description of the model to create. then Model Name is used as the default description (for example. The name must be unique across the project (for example.ini) file. capital letters (A-Z). MicroStation does not support DGN or SAT files that are more than 32 MB in size. capital letters (A-Z). Preparing Smart 3D for Export Hierarchy Mapping Workbook Define the following columns in the hierarchy mapping workbook:  Area Name  Area Description  Model Name  Model Description Defined area names and model names are used to generate a PDS project configuration file. see Configure the PDS Export Initialization File (on page 17). and numbers (0-9) in design area names. lowercase letters (a-z). This file creates the defined areas and models in PDS. for piping .  Cautiously define the models so that the total number of objects that go into each model is less than or equal to the object limit per model (for equipment - NumberOfEquipmentsPerModel.Type up to ten characters for the name of the design file to create or define.

finds those equipment objects. The mapping file is a Microsoft Excel workbook that is used to extract or update Smart 3D hierarchy information. Preparing Smart 3D for Export Example: If the Hierarchy mapping file specifies that 100 equipment objects should go into eqp1M1. then four design files are created with the names eqp1M1_1.  In the same way. Hierarchy Mapping File Specifies the mapping file to use in the export process. StructureHierarchy. eqp1M1_2.  Extract Hierarchy Tab (Export To PDS Dialog Box) (on page 25)  Export Model Tab (Export To PDS Dialog Box) (on page 26) Extract Hierarchy Tab (Export To PDS Dialog Box) Exports or updates a hierarchy for Smart 3D systems to the hierarchy mapping file. Log file Specifies the location and file name for logging process information. RaceWaysHierarchy. Click View Log to view the log file. Export to PDS Dialog Box Controls parameters for exporting Smart 3D model data to PDS.  For piping. the pipeline systems. You can copy these sheets to another workbook to create your own hierarchy mapping file. the next twenty objects to eqp1M1_1.  A sheet named EquipmentHierarchy in the mapping file is updated with the hierarchy of the Smart 3D systems for the equipment discipline. Additionally. and exports or updates that hierarchy to the mapping file. this command finds the object ID for each system that contains equipment objects. the first twenty objects (sorted by creation date) are exported to eqp1M1. eqp1M1_3. The PipingHierarchy. Templates of hierarchy mapping sheets are delivered with the mapping file. and so on. Generate PDS Project Configuration File FWP Project Number Specifies the sub project number for FrameWorks Plus projects. if you want to export Equipment. Discipline Specifies the discipline (such as piping or equipment) for which to export the hierarchy. This file is delivered by default to the [Product Folder]\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder. This setting is only used If Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 25 . and the configuration file has NumberOfEquipmentsPerModel defined as 20. For example. the OID and number of pipe runs under that system are exported to the hierarchy mapping file. and HVACHierarchy sheets are updated for their respective disciplines. You can select a discipline from the list. Extract/Update Hierarchy Mapping Extracts or updates the hierarchy as specified. worksheets for each discipline are updated at the time of hierarchy export. eqp1M1_4.

Log file Specifies the location and file name for logging process information. PDS Project Configuration File Specifies the location and file name of the ASCII file. Export Model Exports the model as specified. Log file Specifies the location and file name for logging process information. or navigate to it. This information is updated in the hierarchy mapping file and used when you export the model. Click View Log to view the log file. Export Model Tab (Export To PDS Dialog Box) Discipline Specifies the discipline (such as piping or equipment) for which to export the hierarchy. Hierarchy Mapping File Specifies the mapping file to use in the export process. Templates of hierarchy mapping sheets are delivered with the mapping file. Generate PDS Project Configuration File Generates an ASCII file as specified. Templates of hierarchy mapping sheets are delivered with the mapping file. Click File > Export > PDS Export > Export Model. see Configure the PDS Export Initialization File (on page 17). and select the discipline from the Discipline list. The Export to PDS dialog box displays. You can copy these sheets to another workbook to create your own hierarchy mapping file. You can copy these sheets to another workbook to create your own hierarchy mapping file. This file is delivered by default to the [Product Folder]\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder. This file is used in PDS when creating areas and models with Create Model Data Using ASCII File. Preparing Smart 3D for Export Discipline is set to Structural. 2. The mapping file is a Microsoft Excel workbook that is used to extract or update Smart 3D hierarchy information. This file is delivered by default to the [Product Folder]\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder. PDS Model Directory Specifies the model folder. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 26 . Generate a PDS Project Configuration File 1. Hierarchy Mapping File Specifies the mapping file to use in the export process. and updates the hierarchy mapping file with the PDS model directory information. You can select a discipline from the list. For more information. You can type the network path. Click the Export Hierarchy tab. The mapping file is a Microsoft Excel workbook that is used to extract or update Smart 3D hierarchy information. Click View Log to view the log file.

If Discipline is set to Structure. or browse to the location. Type the location of the PDS model folder in the PDS Model Directory box. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 27 . Click Generate PDS Project Configuration File. 6. You must have MicroStation J install on the same computer as Smart 3D when you export the model data for equipment. Structure equipment . The export of structural data to CIS/2 and piping data to APL does not require MicroStation J. Type the location of the mapping file in the Hierarchy Mapping File box. Type the location of the log file in the Log File box. 2.dgn files are created as specified in the PDS Model folder. The software generates an ASCII file as specified. type the subproject number in FWP Sub Project Number box. or browse to the location. Preparing Smart 3D for Export 3. 5. Click Export Model. or browse to the location. Type the location of the ASCII file to create in the PDS Project Configuration File box. Review the log files for errors and warnings. or browse to the location. HVAC. or browse to the location. 7. 5. Export Smart 3D Models 1. You will use this ASCII file later in Create Models from ASCII Files (on page 31). 8. 3. Type the location of the log file in the Log File box. Repeat this procedure for each discipline that you need to export. 4. and updates the hierarchy mapping file with the PDS model folder information. Click File > Export > PDS Export > Export Model. 6. 4. and select the discipline from the Discipline list. Click the Export Model tab. 7. or browse to the location. The Export to PDS dialog box displays. Type the location of the mapping file in the Hierarchy Mapping File box. and structural equipment.

..... Please reference these PDS documents if you need help creating a project:  Plant Design System (PDS) Project Setup Technical Reference  Plant Design System (PDS) Express Project Creation When creating your PDS project......... the dimensional data is exported in metric units.......... In This Section Create the PDS Project . ladders............. and handrails) are exported as equipment to equipment . the same settings must be applied while creating .. you must create and configure a PDS receptacle project............SECTION 3 Preparing PDS for Import This section covers what you need to do in PDS to get it ready for importing data from Smart 3D................. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 28 .......dgn files to export traffic items in the structural discipline........ Create models for the piping discipline such that the insulation thickness uses the NPD system of units..  Because traffic items (stairs........... 29 Create FrameWorks Plus Subprojects.... NPD data is exported per model settings using the NPD Equivalence rule...................  For instruments and specialties......... 29 Create the PDS Project Before you can export your data from Smart 3D to PDS......... 28 Define Matching Reference Data .. You must be using PDS Version 12 Service Pack 1 or later.... system of units.... Piping  The software exports insulation thickness data in Nominal Piping Diameter............... Equipment  Insulation thickness is shown in model units................. keep these items in mind:  We recommend that you use metric projects or mixed projects with the metric system of units as the model units....... 29 Define Matching Model Seed Files .......... This rule must be the same for both Smart 3D and PDS......  For equipment nozzles...........dgn files... or NPD...

Names are limited to 14 characters. see Plant Design System (PDS) Project Setup Technical Reference and Plant Design System (PDS) Project Administrator. see CIS2Import. FrameWorks File Directory . You will need to create a mapping file of cross-section names before you import.  Structural material and material grades have different names. Create FrameWorks Plus Subprojects You must create any FrameWorks Plus subprojects that you want through PD Shell. If the FrameWorks Plus project already exists. The total path length to the FrameWorks Plus project including the drive letter and the required

s is limited to 36 characters. In doing so. adjust the working unit settings of FrameWorks Plus seed files after creating the projects. you can export your reference data to both the Smart 3D format and the PDS format. Examples of reference data issues that you must consider (this is not a complete list):  Your piping specifications must match between Smart 3D and PDS. only database entries are created in the "pd_project-database" in pdtable_116. For more information.Specifies the FrameWorks Plus project name (the top-level project directory that appears in the Windows Explorer). Preparing PDS for Import  The software exports all other data in metric units. You will need to add the material and material grades to the FrameWorks Plus data files before you import structure. FrameWorks Project Name . Make sure you do not duplicate the project name in this path.  Structural cross-section names might have different names.Type the full path to the directory where you want to store the project. The easiest way to accomplish this is to use SmartPlant Reference Data (licensed separately) to maintain your reference data. To avoid creating models with incorrect working unit settings. For more information. The first step in using FrameWorks Plus with PDS is to integrate existing FrameWorks Plus projects into a PDS project or to create a FrameWorks Plus project in the PDS project. For example: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 29 . and before creating models. For more information. Define Matching Model Seed Files You need to look at the seed models that you have defined in PDS to verify they meet your needs. Define Matching Reference Data The reference data between Smart 3D and PDS must match. ensuring that they match. see CIS2Import. We recommend that the physical units on the PDS project are set to SI units to avoid conflicts between the exported property value and related unit type. Smart 3D and PDS use different default schemes so you will need to adjust one application's commodity codes to match the other.ma (on page 32). This string can contain letters and/or numbers but no other special characters except the underscore (_) character.Type a description for the project. FrameWorks Project Number .ma (on page 32).

Type a FrameWorks File Directory. Type the FrameWorks Network Address.Specifies the user section table to use by default for models created in this project.Specifies the force units to use by default for the member loads placed in this project. 6. 9. Standard Section Table . There are several standard section tables delivered with FrameWorks Plus. Force Units .Specifies the computer on which the FrameWorks Plus project is located. Click Insert FrameWorks Project..dat file. 10. Enter the computer's name. 3. Select a PDS project. you will get c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\fwstr for the final FrameWorks Plus Subproject directory name. Click Start > Programs > PD_Shell > PD_Shell. Create or Insert FrameWorks Plus Projects 1. The standard section table location is read from the .\fwplus\data\config. Preparing PDS for Import FrameWorks Plus Project Number: fwstr -AND- FrameWorks Plus File Directory: c:\pds_proj_dir\project Will give you: c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\ c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\data c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\drw c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\esl c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\frz c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\int c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\mod c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\rpt Entering an extra \fwstr on the end of the FrameWorks Plus File Directory name could complicate the directory structure. If you key in c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr for the directory name and fwstr for the Number. 12. Click Project Administrator. Click Project Setup Manager. FrameWorks Network Address . 8. Type the FrameWorks Project Number. 11. The force units are stored in the Standard Note Library List 1640. Type a FrameWorks Project Name. 5. Select the Force Units for the project. 2. Select Accept. 4. List of Existing FrameWorks Projects .Lists all existing FrameWorks projects. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 30 .Specifies the standard section table to use by default for models created in this project. User Section Table . Select the Standard Section Table for the project. 7.

... Command Syntax C:\win32app\ingr\pdprojec\bin\pds3dmdls. 34 Create Models from ASCII Files From a command prompt window... models..rep log files are also written in the $TEMP directory................... depending on the system of units in the project when creating the models requested by Smart 3D... The executable writes a log file named s3dcrtmdl..........dgn and aecseedm....... 31 Import Structural Data into FrameWorks Plus.............log and crtmodel. aecseed... 34 Run Piping Model Builder........ you need to create the areas......dgn...... 32 Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models .....exe combines the existing Create Model from ASCII and Create Database Tables commands......... The cmdlasci.............. The command will not create the HVAC files when run from inside PD Shell.... and database tables using the ASCII file that you created in Generate a PDS Project Configuration File (on page 26).............................exe pds_project_name nodeName directoryName fileName where Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 31 .... This executable does not require Intergraph Batch Services to run.......SECTION 4 Importing Data into PDS In This Section Create Models from ASCII Files ............. A new executable called c:\win32app\ingr\pdprojec\bin\pds3dmdls... The Create Model from ASCII command creates the HVAC design file from the PEHVAC product seedfiles...........log in the $TEMP directory..

. French. walls.ma (on page 32).A. Use only spaces between the material index number and the material name. aluminum. slabs. Be sure to make a backup copy of the material. the structural catalog data must match in the exporting application and in FrameWorks Plus. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 32 . and wall openings. you need to add the grade information to the .S. Tabs or other hidden spacing characters can cause problems for FrameWorks Plus when reading the file. Canada.stp file into FrameWorks Plus. When you import structural data with a CIS2 file.dat file. You also need to keep a backup of the file in case you have to re-load FrameWorks Plus. set the current level to match the level to which you are exporting wall openings. as well as U. footings. CIS2Import. FrameWorks Plus creates slabs with the material Steel and grade A36 if the material and grade information for slabs does not exist..dgn . Material Grade Steel and concrete grades from Britain. handrails. You can import this file into FrameWorks Plus with CIS2Import. The software exports the data to a CIS2 file according to the hierarchy mapping in the StructureHierarchy sheet. You also need to keep a backup of the file in case you have to re-load FrameWorks Plus. foundations. This is a standard ASCII file that you can edit to add your own custom materials for both members and fireproofing. such as stairs.  . and slab openings. ladders.S.\fwplus\data\material.Exports basic structural elements.ma application imports a CIS/2 . timber. such as member systems.. The software exports the data to a DGN file according to the hierarchy mapping in the StructuralEquipmentHierarchy sheet.ma The .  To review wall opening properties. and U. or custom materials. Eurocodes 2 and 3.Exports other structural object data.A fireproofing material grades are delivered. Importing Data into PDS pds_project_name is the name of the PDS project into which to insert the new models nodeName is the computer where the ASCII input file is located directoryName is the directory where the ASCII input file is located fileName is the name of the ASCII input file Import Structural Data into FrameWorks Plus Smart 3D exports structural designs using two different file formats:  . This is a standard ASCII file.\FWPlus\bin\CIS2Import.dat file yourself. Do not edit or re-order the first eight entries in the material.cis2 .dat file.dat file before you make your edits. If you plan on using plastic. Material Materials are defined in the .\fwplus\data\grade. FrameWorks Plus creates objects using the model default data defined in Settings > Defaults if the structural data does not exist.dat file before you make your edits. Be sure to make a backup copy of the grade.  You can review wall properties in the same way that you view equipment properties.

8 .Contains the name of the section table in the 3rd party application. The mapping file solves the naming conflicts by mapping section names in FrameWorks Plus to section names in the other applications.fmf is the map file for the AISC table to GTSTRUDL section names. Tabs or other hidden spacing characters can cause problems for FrameWorks Plus when reading the grade. and 17 - Arbitrary Sections. Lines are limited to 132 characters in length.I-section. you are responsible for verifying.fmf extension.  Column 5 -. If the 3rd party application does not require the section table name. do not use spaces in the grade name. You need to create a mapping file for each section table/application combination you plan to use.Contains the name of the section as it is called in FrameWorks Plus. If you use an English unit grade in a metric model or a metric unit grade in an English model. It is your responsibility to edit the section name in this column to match the section name in the 3rd party software. Fy. 7 . Fy.Should always contain the letters FWP.dat file. The mapping file created by this command is a template.Double Channels.Angles. This command creates a mapping file for the model's active section table and 3rd party software. 9 . FrameWorks Plus does write known-to-be-different section names to the mapping file.Inverted Tees. 6 .Tees. and Fu and lbs/ft3 for density.Rectangular Tubes. You must define custom grades in these units for FrameWorks Plus to properly convert grade values when needed. 3 .Solid Rounds. Importing Data into PDS Use only spaces between entries in the grade. The section indicators are: 1 . Cross-Sections The Utilities > Create Mapping File command creates an ASCII mapping file for the model's active section table and 3rd party application. Metric grades are defined in N/mm2 for f'c. 15 .Double Angles.Contains the name of the section as it is called in the 3rd party application.  Column 1 -. angle. Many times. FrameWorks Plus and 3rd party applications use different names for the exact same section.Indicates the section type (channel.Joist.dat file.Rectangular Solids. For example.  Column 2 -. 5 .NOT USED. FrameWorks Plus automatically converts the density values to the correct units for the model to ensure correct MTO reports. The last line in the file must contain the word FINISH in the first column.dat file.Inverted Angles. 12 - Trapezoidal. 14 . The mapping file is named after the active 3rd Party Software and the active section table and is created in the project\int directory with a . aisc_GTSTRUDL. 16 . 13 . 10 . updating. 11 . and Fu and kg/m3 for density. English grades are defined in ksi for f'c. FrameWorks Plus tracks the unit of each grade in the grade.Pipes. and so forth) or contains an exclamation point if it is a comment line. Each column must be separated by at least one space or tab character Comment lines should start with an exclamation point (!). 4 .Half Joists. 2 - Channels. Mapping File Format The mapping file is an ASCII formatted file with six columns of information.Should always contain the letters ANL. the word DUMMY should be used.  Column 6 -. However. In addition. editing.  Column 3 -. and maintaining the 3rd party application section names in the file. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 33 .  Column 4 -.

7. Open the FrameWorks Plus model into which to import the . see Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models (on page 34). Define the origin of the model you are importing. 9. Specify the . Run Piping Model Builder Verify that all equipment models are correctly referenced by each piping model before you import the APL files. For more information. Importing Data into PDS Here is an example of a mapping file.stp file. 3. 1. 5.stp file. Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models As required by your model. 2.stp file to import in the File box. select CIS2IMPORT. 6. 2. Because mapping files can be quite long. Select Piping Model Builder. You must do this before you read in the piping APL files so that the connections to the equipment nozzles can be made. 8. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 34 . Click Load. only a few lines are shown. If you have a cross-section mapping file to use. select Include Mapping File and define the location of the mapping file. you need to open each piping model in PDS Piping Designer and attach the appropriate equipment model using the Ref Model command. Select your PDS project. On the MicroStation menu. In the Available Applications list. FrameWorks Plus imports the . 1 FWP W44X285 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X285 1 FWP W44X248 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X248 1 FWP W44X224 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X224 1 FWP W44X198 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X198 ! FINISH Importing a CIS/2 file 1. Click Apply. 3. select Utilities > MDL Applications. Select Start > All Programs > PD_Shell > PD_Shell. Click View Log and review the log file for errors. 4.

For more information. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 35 .xlsx to map all of the Smart 3D objects and object properties to the corresponding objects in PDS. This is mandatory for the transfer of nozzles from Smart 3D regardless of the options that are defined in the PDSExportTranslator. CPSmartEquipmentMap . For more information.  All shapes in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding primitives in PDS. CPPipeNozzleMap . This is the main mapping sheet for equipment discipline. Before you export Smart 3D model data. you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog equipment components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding equipment components in PDS.Maps pipe nozzle attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. By default.APPENDIX A Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook The File > Export > PDS Export > Export Model command uses the Microsoft Excel workbook S3DPDSExport. Before exporting Smart 3D equipment model data to PDS.  All nozzles in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding nozzles in PDS.Maps equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. see EquipmentClassMap (on page 36). you must modify the attribute. The S3DPDSExport.ini file. and hierarchy mapping worksheets to ensure that all of the necessary criteria have been met. See the comments in the delivered mapping file sheets for more information on configuring the mapping files. the workbook is delivered in the [Product Folder]DRefData\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder during setup. see CPPipeNozzleMap (on page 37).  Equipment Translation Maps (on page 35)  HVAC Translation Maps (on page 53)  Piping Translation Maps (on page 38)  Structure Translation Maps (on page 47) Use the equipment translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport.xls workbook to map Smart 3D equipment properties to the correct PDS equipment attributes. The following equipment translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the supported equipment classes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information.  All catalog equipment objects in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding equipment objects in PDS. see CPSmartEquipmentMap (on page 36).xls workbook: EquipmentClassMap .xlsx workbook consists of all required types of translation mapping worksheets. codelist.

Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . By default. Only the equipment classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS.  AdditionalAttributeDef .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  ValueDef .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. if no MapType is specified. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook EquipmentClassMap The EquipmentClassMap sheet displays the equipment class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. CPSmartEquipmentMap The CPSmartEquipmentMap sheet maps equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. NameDef is used. Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 36 . SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped. PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. For example. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D equipment property to map. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.

PDS Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D value is mapped.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. and InsulationPurposeCodelistMap sheets. EqpGlobalsMap The EqpGlobalsMap sheet maps equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS using the codelisted value specified in ApprovalStatusCodListMap. Do not modify any of the values in this sheet. By default. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. if no MapType is specified. CPPipeNozzleMap The CPPipeNozzleMap sheet maps pipe nozzle attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. EqpDivisionCodelistMap. SP3D Value Specifies the attribute name of the Smart 3D equipment attributes to map. For example. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. SP3D Specifies the name of the Smart 3D equipment property to map. NameDef is used. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.  ValueDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 37 .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. ConstructionStatusCodeListMap. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.

xls workbook to map Smart 3D piping properties to the correct PDS piping attributes. The following piping translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. see PipeSegmentAttrsMap (on page 40). Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.  AdditionalAttributeDef . By default. NameDef is used.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. For more information. see PipeInstrumentAttrsMap (on page 42). As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Before exporting Smart 3D piping model data to PDS. see PipingClassMap (on page 39). Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. see PipePartAttrsMap (on page 41). Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. if no MapType is specified. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PDS Value Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Value value is mapped. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog piping components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding piping component objects in PDS. PipeInstrumentAttrsMap .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Use the piping translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport. For more information. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. PipeSegmentAttrsMap . This is the main mapping sheet for piping discipline.xls workbook: PipingClassMap . For more information. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. PipePartAttrsMap . Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.  ValueDef . Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 38 . For example.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. For more information.Maps the supported piping classes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the piping instrument attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. PipeComponentAttrsMap . see PipeComponentAttrsMap (on page 39). For more information.Maps piping attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps piping part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps pipe nozzle attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.

see EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap (on page 46). see ComponentCommodityNames (on page 45).xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS. PipingGlobalsMap .Contains PDS codelist values and corresponding short descriptions for piping component EndPreparation values.Defines the piping specialty instruments using the codelisted values specified in the SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap sheet. Acceptable values are as follows: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 39 . EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap . Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. PipeComponentAttrsMap The PipeComponentAttrsMap sheet maps pipe component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. see TapOptionCodeMap (on page 46). For more information. ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap . see PipeSupportAttrsMap (on page 43).Contains PDS codelist values and corresponding short descriptions for pipe ScheduleThickness values. Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. For more information. SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped.Maps the Smart 3D pipe part short code with PDS commodity name using the CommodityNames worksheet.Maps the piping specialty component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D pipe component property to map.Contains Smart 3D codelist values that are mapped to corresponding PDS attribute values for pipe taps. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. ComponentCommodityNames . For more information. see PipingGlobalsMap (on page 44). TapOptionCodeMap . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. PipeSupportAttrsMap . see ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap (on page 46). For more information. For more information. Only the piping classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PipeSpecialityAttrsMap . PipingClassMap The PipingClassMap sheet displays the piping class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the pipe support attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped. For more information. see PipeSpecialityAttrsMap (on page 42).

Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  NameDef .  AdditionalAttributeDef . PDS Attribute Displays the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.  ValueDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. if no MapType is specified. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. For example.  AdditionalAttributeDef . SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. if no MapType is specified. By default.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. NameDef is used. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SP3D Attribute Displays the name of the Smart 3D pipe segment property to map. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .  ValueDef . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. NameDef is used.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 40 . By default.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. For example. PipeSegmentAttrsMap The PipeSegmentAttrsMap sheet maps pipe segment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.

Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. PipePartAttrsMap The PipePartAttrsMap sheet maps pipe part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.  ValueDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. For example. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. if no MapType is specified. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D pipe segment property to map. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 41 .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . By default. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. NameDef is used. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.

Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Acceptable values are as follows: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 42 . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. PipeSpecialityAttrsMap The PipeSpecialityAttrsMap sheet maps pipe specialty components attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D piping specialty component property to map. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. By default. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D piping instrument property to map. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.  AdditionalAttributeDef . if no MapType is specified. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. NameDef is used. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PipeInstrumentAttrsMap The PipeInstrumentAttrsMap sheet maps piping instrument attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. For example.  ValueDef .

Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 43 .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D pipe support property to map.  ValueDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. if no MapType is specified. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. For example. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  NameDef .xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. By default.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.  ValueDef .  AdditionalAttributeDef . By default. PipeSupportAttrsMap The PipeSupportAttrsMap sheet maps pipe support attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. NameDef is used.  AdditionalAttributeDef .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. if no MapType is specified.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. For example. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. NameDef is used. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.

Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. For example.Specifies the attribute name of the Smart 3D piping instrument and piping specialty to map. PDS Value . Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. if no MapType is specified. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Value value is mapped. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.  AdditionalAttributeDef . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.  ValueDef . NameDef is used.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Do not modify any of the values in this sheet. By default. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. PipingGlobalsMap The PipingGlobalsMap sheet maps piping attributes between Smart 3D and PDS using the codelisted value specified in SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap sheet. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 44 .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. SP3D Value . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.

For piping discipline PDS Attribute value should contain PDS attribute name followed with below syntax. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 45 . SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D pipe support property to map. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.ddl file.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. where: piping_comp_no is PDS attribute column name in table number 34 from design. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .  AdditionalAttributeDef . For example. NameDef is used. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook ComponentCommodityNames The ComponentCommodityNames sheet maps pipe commodity names between Smart 3D and PDS using the codelisted values specified in CommodityNames sheet. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  ValueDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. to map SP3D component name with PDS component number the syntax should be as described below. if no MapType is specified. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. For example. By default. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.

Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.dll is PDS shema definition file for piping discipline E#table numberA# is used to define synonyms in APL file. These values are mapped to their corresponding PDS attribute values. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.Specifies the PDS attribute value for the corresponding Attribute Name. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.  ValueDef .Specifies the PDS attribute name for the corresponding PDS Value. PDS Value . For example. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Design. Description Specifies the shortcode or short description of the corresponding PDS Codelist Value. Attribute Value . Attribute Name . Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 46 . if no MapType is specified.ddl 2 is the column number in table 34 CHAR is data type of the attribute/column 20 is size of the attribute/column EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap PDS Codelist Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding PDS object. NameDef is used. ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap PDS Codelist Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding PDS object. Description Specifies the shortcode or short description of the corresponding PDS Codelist Value. MapType – Defines the map type of the attribute. By default. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. DimensionalDataMap The DimensionalDataMap sheet contains codelisted values for PDS piping specialties and instruments.Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding piping object. In this case for pipe component this value is 34 (table number from design. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. TapOptionCodeMap SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object.

For example. CSPSHandrailMap .xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. see InsulationPurposeCodelistMap (on page 64). For more information. Diameter = 2*Radius. see EqpDivisionCodelistMap (on page 62).Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.Maps structure cutout contour attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. SheetName – Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. This is the main mapping sheet for structure discipline. Before exporting Smart 3D structure model data to PDS. For more information. SPSWallPartMap . InsulationPurposeCodelistMap . For more information. Ignore . see ConstructionStatusCodeListMap (on page 61).xls workbook: StructureClassMap . For more information. CSPSStairMap . see CSPSStairMap (on page 49). The software calculates the Diameter using the formula. ApprovalStatusCodeListMap . see CSPSEquipFoundationMap (on page 49). and then maps the source and destination attributes. CSPSFootingMap .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Formula – Type the formula used to calculate the value of the attribute to mapped.Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for insulation. if necessary. see CSPSFootingMap (on page 48) . Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. see CSPSHandrailMap (on page 51) . CSPSEquipFoundationMap .Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for structure construction status. see SPSWallPartMap (on page 52). see CSPSLadderMap (on page 50). if the source system has an attribute Radius that needs to be mapped to the destination system's attribute Diameter. For more information. ConstructionStatusCodeListMap . For more information.Maps handrail attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  AdditionalAttributeDef . see ApprovalStatusCodeListMap (on page 61).Maps equipment foundation attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. For more information.xls workbook to map Smart 3D structure properties to the correct PDS structure attributes. CStructCutoutContourMap . For more information. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. The following structure translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. EqpDivisionCodelistMap .Maps structure wall part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps structure footing attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. CSPSLadderMap . see StructureClassMap (on page 48). Structure Translation Maps Use the structure translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport.Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for approval status.Maps ladder attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. see CStructCutoutContourMap (on page 52). you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog structure parts and components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding structure objects in PDS.Maps stair attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for equipment division. For more information. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 47 .Maps the supported structure classes between Smart 3D and PDS.

Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook StructureClassMap The StructureClassMap sheet displays the structure class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. CSPSFootingMap The CSPSFootingMap sheet maps structure footing attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 48 . NameDef is used.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.  ValueDef . Only the structure classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D structure property to map. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.  AdditionalAttributeDef . For example. if no MapType is specified. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. By default. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped.xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS.

CSPSEquipFoundationMap The CSPSEquipFoundationMap sheet maps equipment foundation attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. By default. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 49 . Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.  ValueDef . if no MapType is specified. CSPSStairMap The CSPSStairMap sheet maps stair attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. NameDef is used. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D equipment foundation property to map. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D stair property to map. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. For example.

By default. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. if no MapType is specified. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 50 . SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. For example. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  ValueDef . PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. For example. CSPSLadderMap The CSPSLadderMap sheet maps ladder attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.  AdditionalAttributeDef .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. NameDef is used. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D ladder property to map. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. By default.  AdditionalAttributeDef . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.  ValueDef . Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. NameDef is used. if no MapType is specified. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in [].

there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. By default. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. NameDef is used.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. For example. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. CSPSHandrailMap The CSPSHandrailMap sheet maps handrail attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. if no MapType is specified. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 51 . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.  ValueDef . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D handrail property to map.

if no MapType is specified.  ValueDef . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D cutout contour property to map. NameDef is used. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Acceptable values are as follows: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 52 . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D wall part property to map. By default.  AdditionalAttributeDef . For example. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. CStructCutoutContourMap The CStructCutoutContourMap sheet maps structure cutout contour openings attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook SPSWallPartMap The SPSWallPartMap sheet maps structure wall part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .

For more information. SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped. if no MapType is specified. Before exporting Smart 3D HVAC model data to PDS. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. NameDef is used.  AdditionalAttributeDef . PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.xls workbook: HVACClassMap . see HVACDuctPartAttrsMap (on page 54). there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps duct component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. see HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap (on page 54). Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. This is the main mapping sheet for HVAC discipline. HVACDuctPartAttrsMap . you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog HVAC parts and components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding HVAC objects in PDS. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  NameDef . The following HVAC translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. see HVACClassMap (on page 53). Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Use the HVAC translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport.Maps duct part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.  ValueDef .Maps the supported HVAC classes between Smart 3D and PDS. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. HVACClassMap The HVACClassMap sheet displays the HVAC class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. For example. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. By default. For more information. For more information. Only the HVAC classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 53 .xls workbook to map Smart 3D HVAC properties to the correct PDS HVAC attributes.

 ValueDef . Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D HVAC duct part property to map. NameDef is used. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap The HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap sheet maps HVAC duct component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS. if no MapType is specified. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D HVAC duct component property to map. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. HVACDuctPartAttrsMap The HVACDuctPartAttrsMap sheet maps HVAC duct part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. PDS Attribute Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 54 .  AdditionalAttributeDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. By default. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. For example. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .

Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. see EquipmentHierarchy (on page 56). Before importing the S3DPDSExport. For more information. you need to specify the area and model information for PDS objects corresponding to those from Smart 3D. For more information. The generated ASCII file emulates the hierarchy of Smart 3D in PDS when imported. OID. see PipingHierarchy (on page 56). SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. S3DSystemName. The following hierarchy translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. StructureHierarchy . if no MapType is specified. Hierarchy Translation Maps Use the hierarchy translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport. For more information.xls workbook to generate PDS hierarchy attributes in the same order as Smart 3D hierarchy properties.xls workbook: EquipmentHierarchy . By default.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. see StructureHierarchy (on page 57).  ValueDef . An ASCII file is generated with the updated hierarchy sheet information when you export. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in [].Maps piping system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. NameDef is used. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 55 . Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.xls. and ObjectCount in the same order as in Smart 3D Workspace Explorer.Maps equipment system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.Maps structure system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. For example.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. you must extract the Smart 3D system hierarchy. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . The extracted hierarchy sheets have all Smart 3D systems hierarchy under the HierarchyHeader. PipingHierachy . Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.  AdditionalAttributeDef . After extracting Smart 3D hierarchy.

S3DSystemName Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. Hierarchy Header Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name. EquipmentHierarchy The EquipmentHierarchy sheet maps equipment system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps HVAC system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10.Maps structural equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10. The software are creates PDS modules in the same hierarchal order. PDS SERVER NAME Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed. For more information. Area Name Specifies the name of the PDS module area. Model Description Specifies the model description for the PDS module. For more information. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook StructuralEquipmentHierarchy . see StructuralEquipmentHierarchy (on page 58). OID Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped. For more information.Maps raceway system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. HVACHierarchy . Area Description Specifies the area description for the PDS module. ObjectCount Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy. NETWORK PATH Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 56 . Model Name Specifies the name for the PDS model. see RaceWayHierarchy (on page 59). PipingHierarchy The PipingHierarchy sheet maps pipeline system hierarchy between Smart 3D and PDS. PDS SERVER NAME Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed. see HVACHierarchy (on page 59). RaceWayHierarchy .

OID Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped. ObjectCount Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10. ObjectCount Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy. Model Description Specifies the model description for the PDS module. The software are creates PDS modules in the same hierarchal order. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 57 . Area Description Specifies the area description for the PDS module. OID Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped. Hierarchy Header Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name. Model Name Specifies the name for the PDS model. NETWORK PATH Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created. Hierarchy Header Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name. S3DSystemName Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. S3DSystemName Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates PDS modules in the same hierarchal order. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook NETWORK PATH Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created. StructureHierarchy The StructureHierarchy sheet maps structure system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Area Name Specifies the name of the PDS module area. PDS SERVER NAME Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.

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Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

StructuralEquipmentHierarchy
The StructuralEquipmentHierarchy sheet maps structural equipment attributes between
Smart 3D and PDS.
PDS SERVER NAME
Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.
NETWORK PATH
Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created.
Hierarchy Header
Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name.
S3DSystemName
Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates
PDS modules in the same hierarchal order.
OID
Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped.
ObjectCount
Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy.
Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

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RaceWayHierarchy
The RaceWayHierarchy sheet maps the raceway system between Smart 3D and PDS.
PDS SERVER NAME
Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.
NETWORK PATH
Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created.
Hierarchy Header
Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name.
S3DSystemName
Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates
PDS modules in the same hierarchal order.
OID
Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped.
ObjectCount
Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy.
Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

HVACHierarchy
The HVACHierarchy sheet maps the HVAC system between Smart 3D and PDS.
PDS SERVER NAME
Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.
NETWORK PATH
Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created.
Hierarchy Header
Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name.
S3DSystemName
Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates

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PDS modules in the same hierarchal order.
OID
Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped.
ObjectCount
Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy.
Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

Codelist Translation Maps
The codelist maps contain catalog reference values for corresponding Smart 3D object which
are mapped to their corresponding object catalog reference values in PDS. You can modify the
codelist sheets.
The following codelist maps are delivered in the S3DPDMExport.xls workbook:
ApprovalStatusCodeListMap (on page 61)
CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap (on page 61)
ConstructionStatusCodeListMap (on page 61)
DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap (on page 62)
DesignStandardCodeListMap (on page 62)
EqpDivisionCodelistMap (on page 62)
EndPreparationCodelistMap (on page 62)
EndStandardCodelListMap (on page 63)
FabricationCategoryCodeListMap (on page 63)
FluidCodeCodeListMap (on page 63)
GeometryStandardsCodeListMap (on page 63)
HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap (on page 64)
HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap (on page 64)
InsulationPurposeCodelistMap (on page 64)
MaterialsGradeCodeListMap (on page 64)
OptionCodeCodeListMap (on page 65)
PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap (on page 65)
ReportingTypeCodeListMap (on page 65)
ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap (on page 66)
StressRequirementsCodeListMap (on page 66)
SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap (on page 66)
WeldTypeCodeListMap (on page 67)
DimensionalDataMap (on page 46)

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SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D coating type. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 61 . ConstructionStatusCodeListMap The ConstructionStatusCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D construction status. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook ApprovalStatusCodeListMap The ApprovalStatusCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D object approval status. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. CoatingTypeCodeListMap The CoatingTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D coating type. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the description for the cleaning requirement. CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap The CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D cleaning requirements. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding values in PDS. These values are mapped to their corresponding approval status values in PDS.

2. DesignStandardCodeListMap The DesignStandardCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D object design standard. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short code for the design standard. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap The DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D design responsibilities. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the description of the type of design responsibility. These values are mapped to their corresponding values in PDS. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. For example. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. EqpDivisionCodelistMap The EqpDivisionCodelistMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D equipment division. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 62 . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding design standard values in PDS. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. ASME-B31. EndPreparationCodelistMap The EndPreparationCodelistMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D pipe nozzle end preparation type. These values are mapped to their corresponding equipment division values in PDS.

FluidCodeCodeListMap The FluidCodeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D fluid codes.12. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 63 . These values are mapped to their corresponding fluid code values in PDS. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description of the type of pipe nozzle end preparation. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. FabricationCategoryCodeListMap The FabricationCategoryCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D fabrication category. and so on. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding fabrication category values in PDS. API-6A. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding end preparation standard values in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the fluid code. GeometryStandardsCodeListMap The GeometryStandardsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D geometry standards. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. EndStandardCodelListMap The EndStandardCodelListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D end preparation standards. These values are mapped to their corresponding geometry standards in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the end preparation standard such as ASME-B16.

PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. InsulationPurposeCodelistMap The InsulationPurposeCodelistMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D insulation purpose. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap The HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D heat tracing medium. ASME B16. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object.33. These values are mapped to their corresponding heat tracing requirement values in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the geometry standard. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 64 . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. These values are mapped to their corresponding insulation purpose values in PDS. These values are mapped to their corresponding material grades in PDS. These values are mapped to their corresponding values in PDS. MaterialsGradeCodeListMap The MaterialsGradeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D materials grades. HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap The HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D construction status. LongDescription Specifies a detailed description of corresponding CodeListValueDescription. For example.

These values are mapped to their corresponding option code in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the part or object. OptionCodeCodeListMap The OptionCodeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D object option codes. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the part or object. LongDescription Specifies a detailed description of corresponding CodeListValueDescription. For example. For example. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. BAL3W. PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap The PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D piping commodity codes. 3-way ball valve. LWN. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. Example. LongDescription Specifies a detailed description of corresponding CodeListValueDescription. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 65 . Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description of the type of material and its grade. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the description of the reporting type for corresponding codelist value. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. ReportingTypeCodeListMap The ReportingTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D construction status. These values are mapped to their corresponding piping commodity code values in PDS. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value.

MapType – Defines the map type of the attribute.Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Identifier. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding thickness values in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the thickness of corresponding codelist value. PDS Model Code .  ValueDef . SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. For more information. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the thickness of corresponding codelist value. StressRequirementsCodeListMap The StressRequirementsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D stress requirements. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap The ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D material thickness. see DimensionalDataMap (on page 46). if no MapType is specified. NameDef is used. SP3D Identifier .Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. By default. SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap The SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap sheet contains codelist values for Smart 3D piping specialties and instruments. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  AdditionalAttributeDef . These values are mapped to their corresponding codelist values in PDS using DimensionalDataMap sheet. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 66 . These values are mapped to their corresponding stress requirement values in PDS. For example. The DimensionalDataMap sheet contains additional attribute definitions.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.

These values are mapped to their corresponding weld type values in PDS. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook SheetName – Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 67 . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. WeldTypeCodeListMap The WeldTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D weld types.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.

Index Export Structural Hierarchy from Smart 3D A to PDS • 24 Export to PDS Dialog Box • 26 Appendix Export to PDS Workflow • 9 Export to PDS Workbook • 38 Exporting Labels from Smart 3D to PDS • ApprovalStatusCodeListMap • 65 23 Exporting Smart 3D HVAC Attributes to C PDS • 20 CIS2Import.ma • 34 Extract Hierarchy Tab (Export To PDS CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap • 66 Dialog Box) • 26 CoatingTypeCodeListMap • 66 Extract or Update a Hierarchy Mapping File Codelist Translation Maps • 65 • 23 ComponentCommodityNames • 48 Configure the PDS Export Initialization File • F 18 FabricationCategoryCodeListMap • 68 ConstructionStatusCodeListMap • 66 FluidCodeCodeListMap • 69 CPPipeNozzleMap • 40 CPSmartEquipmentMap • 39 Create FrameWorks Plus Subprojects • 30 G Create Models from ASCII Files • 33 Generate a PDS Project Configuration File • Create the PDS Project • 29 28 CSPSEquipFoundationMap • 53 GeometryStandardsCodeListMap • 69 CSPSFootingMap • 52 CSPSHandrailMap • 55 H CSPSLadderMap • 54 CSPSStairMap • 54 HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap • 70 CStructCutoutContourMap • 57 HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap • 69 Hierarchy Mapping Workbook • 25 Hierarchy Translation Maps • 60 D HVACClassMap • 58 Define Matching Model Seed Files • 30 HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap • 59 Define Matching Reference Data • 30 HVACDuctPartAttrsMap • 58 DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap • 67 HVACHierarchy • 64 DesignStandardCodeListMap • 67 DimensionalDataMap • 50 I Import Structural Data into FrameWorks E Plus • 34 EndPreparationCodelistMap • 68 Importing a CIS/2 file • 36 EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap • 49 Importing Data into PDS • 33 EndStandardCodelListMap • 68 InsulationPurposeCodelistMap • 70 EqpDivisionCodelistMap • 67 EqpGlobalsMap • 41 L EquipmentClassMap • 39 EquipmentHierarchy • 60 Limitations when Exporting from Smart 3D Export Model Tab (Export To PDS Dialog to PDS • 13 Box) • 27 Export Settings • 16 M Export Smart 3D Models • 28 MaterialsGradeCodeListMap • 70 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 68 .

Index O OptionCodeCodeListMap • 71 P PipeComponentAttrsMap • 43 PipeInstrumentAttrsMap • 45 PipePartAttrsMap • 44 PipeSegmentAttrsMap • 44 PipeSpecialityAttrsMap • 46 PipeSupportAttrsMap • 47 PipingClassMap • 42 PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap • 71 PipingGlobalsMap • 47 PipingHierarchy • 61 Points to Consider • 11 Preface PDS Export Guide • 7 Preparing PDS for Import • 29 Preparing Smart 3D for Export • 16 R RaceWayHierarchy • 63 Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models • 37 ReportingTypeCodeListMap • 72 Run Piping Model Builder • 37 S ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap • 72 ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap • 50 SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap • 73 SPSWallPartMap • 56 StressRequirementsCodeListMap • 72 StructuralEquipmentHierarchy • 62 Structure Translation Maps • 51 StructureClassMap • 52 StructureHierarchy • 62 T TapOptionCodeMap • 50 W WeldTypeCodeListMap • 73 What's New in PDS Export • 8 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 69 .

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s is limited to 36 characters. In doing so. adjust the working unit settings of FrameWorks Plus seed files after creating the projects. you can export your reference data to both the Smart 3D format and the PDS format. Examples of reference data issues that you must consider (this is not a complete list):  Your piping specifications must match between Smart 3D and PDS. only database entries are created in the "pd_project-database" in pdtable_116. For more information.Specifies the FrameWorks Plus project name (the top-level project directory that appears in the Windows Explorer). Preparing PDS for Import  The software exports all other data in metric units. You will need to add the material and material grades to the FrameWorks Plus data files before you import structure. FrameWorks Project Name . Make sure you do not duplicate the project name in this path.  Structural cross-section names might have different names.Type the full path to the directory where you want to store the project. The easiest way to accomplish this is to use SmartPlant Reference Data (licensed separately) to maintain your reference data. To avoid creating models with incorrect working unit settings. For more information. The first step in using FrameWorks Plus with PDS is to integrate existing FrameWorks Plus projects into a PDS project or to create a FrameWorks Plus project in the PDS project. For example: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 29 . and before creating models. For more information. Define Matching Model Seed Files You need to look at the seed models that you have defined in PDS to verify they meet your needs. Define Matching Reference Data The reference data between Smart 3D and PDS must match. ensuring that they match. see CIS2Import. We recommend that the physical units on the PDS project are set to SI units to avoid conflicts between the exported property value and related unit type. Smart 3D and PDS use different default schemes so you will need to adjust one application's commodity codes to match the other.ma (on page 32). This string can contain letters and/or numbers but no other special characters except the underscore (_) character.Type a description for the project. FrameWorks Project Number .ma (on page 32).

Type a FrameWorks File Directory. Type the FrameWorks Network Address.Specifies the user section table to use by default for models created in this project.Specifies the force units to use by default for the member loads placed in this project. 6. 9. Standard Section Table . There are several standard section tables delivered with FrameWorks Plus. Force Units .Specifies the computer on which the FrameWorks Plus project is located. Click Insert FrameWorks Project..dat file. 10. Enter the computer's name. 3. Select a PDS project. you will get c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\fwstr for the final FrameWorks Plus Subproject directory name. Click Start > Programs > PD_Shell > PD_Shell. Create or Insert FrameWorks Plus Projects 1. The standard section table location is read from the .\fwplus\data\config. Preparing PDS for Import FrameWorks Plus Project Number: fwstr -AND- FrameWorks Plus File Directory: c:\pds_proj_dir\project Will give you: c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\ c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\data c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\drw c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\esl c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\frz c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\int c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\mod c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr\rpt Entering an extra \fwstr on the end of the FrameWorks Plus File Directory name could complicate the directory structure. If you key in c:\pds_proj_dir\project\fwstr for the directory name and fwstr for the Number. 12. Click Project Administrator. Click Project Setup Manager. FrameWorks Network Address . 8. Type the FrameWorks Project Number. 11. The force units are stored in the Standard Note Library List 1640. Type a FrameWorks Project Name. 5. Select the Force Units for the project. 2. Select Accept. 4. List of Existing FrameWorks Projects .Lists all existing FrameWorks projects. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 30 .Specifies the standard section table to use by default for models created in this project. User Section Table . Select the Standard Section Table for the project. 7.

... Command Syntax C:\win32app\ingr\pdprojec\bin\pds3dmdls. 34 Create Models from ASCII Files From a command prompt window... models..rep log files are also written in the $TEMP directory................... depending on the system of units in the project when creating the models requested by Smart 3D... The executable writes a log file named s3dcrtmdl..........dgn and aecseedm....... 31 Import Structural Data into FrameWorks Plus.............log and crtmodel. aecseed... 34 Run Piping Model Builder........ you need to create the areas......dgn...... 32 Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models .....exe combines the existing Create Model from ASCII and Create Database Tables commands......... The cmdlasci.............. The command will not create the HVAC files when run from inside PD Shell.... and database tables using the ASCII file that you created in Generate a PDS Project Configuration File (on page 26).............................exe pds_project_name nodeName directoryName fileName where Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 31 .... This executable does not require Intergraph Batch Services to run.......SECTION 4 Importing Data into PDS In This Section Create Models from ASCII Files ............. A new executable called c:\win32app\ingr\pdprojec\bin\pds3dmdls... The Create Model from ASCII command creates the HVAC design file from the PEHVAC product seedfiles...........log in the $TEMP directory..

. French. walls.ma (on page 32).A. Use only spaces between the material index number and the material name. aluminum. slabs. Be sure to make a backup copy of the material. the structural catalog data must match in the exporting application and in FrameWorks Plus. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 32 . and wall openings. you need to add the grade information to the .S. Tabs or other hidden spacing characters can cause problems for FrameWorks Plus when reading the file. Canada.stp file into FrameWorks Plus. When you import structural data with a CIS2 file.dat file. You also need to keep a backup of the file in case you have to re-load FrameWorks Plus. set the current level to match the level to which you are exporting wall openings. as well as U. footings. CIS2Import. FrameWorks Plus creates slabs with the material Steel and grade A36 if the material and grade information for slabs does not exist..dgn . Material Grade Steel and concrete grades from Britain. handrails. You can import this file into FrameWorks Plus with CIS2Import. The software exports the data to a CIS2 file according to the hierarchy mapping in the StructureHierarchy sheet. You also need to keep a backup of the file in case you have to re-load FrameWorks Plus. foundations. This is a standard ASCII file that you can edit to add your own custom materials for both members and fireproofing. such as stairs.  . and slab openings. ladders.S.\fwplus\data\material.Exports basic structural elements.ma application imports a CIS/2 . timber. such as member systems.. The software exports the data to a DGN file according to the hierarchy mapping in the StructuralEquipmentHierarchy sheet.ma The .  To review wall opening properties. and U. or custom materials. Eurocodes 2 and 3.Exports other structural object data.A fireproofing material grades are delivered. Importing Data into PDS pds_project_name is the name of the PDS project into which to insert the new models nodeName is the computer where the ASCII input file is located directoryName is the directory where the ASCII input file is located fileName is the name of the ASCII input file Import Structural Data into FrameWorks Plus Smart 3D exports structural designs using two different file formats:  . This is a standard ASCII file.\FWPlus\bin\CIS2Import.dat file yourself. Do not edit or re-order the first eight entries in the material.cis2 .dat file.dat file before you make your edits. If you plan on using plastic. Material Materials are defined in the .\fwplus\data\grade. FrameWorks Plus creates objects using the model default data defined in Settings > Defaults if the structural data does not exist.dat file before you make your edits. Be sure to make a backup copy of the grade.  You can review wall properties in the same way that you view equipment properties.

8 .Contains the name of the section table in the 3rd party application. The mapping file solves the naming conflicts by mapping section names in FrameWorks Plus to section names in the other applications.fmf is the map file for the AISC table to GTSTRUDL section names. Tabs or other hidden spacing characters can cause problems for FrameWorks Plus when reading the grade. and 17 - Arbitrary Sections. Lines are limited to 132 characters in length.I-section. you are responsible for verifying.fmf extension.  Column 5 -. If the 3rd party application does not require the section table name. do not use spaces in the grade name. You need to create a mapping file for each section table/application combination you plan to use.Contains the name of the section as it is called in FrameWorks Plus. If you use an English unit grade in a metric model or a metric unit grade in an English model. It is your responsibility to edit the section name in this column to match the section name in the 3rd party software. Fy. 7 . Fy.Should always contain the letters FWP.dat file. The mapping file created by this command is a template.Double Channels.Angles. This command creates a mapping file for the model's active section table and 3rd party software. 9 . FrameWorks Plus does write known-to-be-different section names to the mapping file.Inverted Tees. 6 .Tees. and Fu and lbs/ft3 for density.Rectangular Tubes. You must define custom grades in these units for FrameWorks Plus to properly convert grade values when needed. 3 .Solid Rounds. Importing Data into PDS Use only spaces between entries in the grade. The section indicators are: 1 . Cross-Sections The Utilities > Create Mapping File command creates an ASCII mapping file for the model's active section table and 3rd party application. Metric grades are defined in N/mm2 for f'c. 15 .Double Angles.Contains the name of the section as it is called in the 3rd party application.  Column 1 -. angle. Many times. FrameWorks Plus and 3rd party applications use different names for the exact same section.Indicates the section type (channel.Joist.dat file.Rectangular Solids. For example.  Column 2 -. 5 .NOT USED. FrameWorks Plus automatically converts the density values to the correct units for the model to ensure correct MTO reports. The last line in the file must contain the word FINISH in the first column.dat file.Inverted Angles. 12 - Trapezoidal. 14 . The mapping file is named after the active 3rd Party Software and the active section table and is created in the project\int directory with a . aisc_GTSTRUDL. 16 . 13 . 10 . updating. 11 . and Fu and kg/m3 for density. English grades are defined in ksi for f'c. FrameWorks Plus tracks the unit of each grade in the grade.Pipes. and so forth) or contains an exclamation point if it is a comment line. Each column must be separated by at least one space or tab character Comment lines should start with an exclamation point (!). 4 .Half Joists. 2 - Channels. Mapping File Format The mapping file is an ASCII formatted file with six columns of information.Should always contain the letters ANL. the word DUMMY should be used.  Column 6 -. However. In addition. editing.  Column 3 -. and maintaining the 3rd party application section names in the file. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 33 .  Column 4 -.

7. Open the FrameWorks Plus model into which to import the . see Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models (on page 34). Define the origin of the model you are importing. 9. Specify the . Run Piping Model Builder Verify that all equipment models are correctly referenced by each piping model before you import the APL files. For more information. Importing Data into PDS Here is an example of a mapping file.stp file. 3. 1. 5.stp file. Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models As required by your model. 2.stp file to import in the File box. select CIS2IMPORT. 6. 2. Because mapping files can be quite long. Select Piping Model Builder. You must do this before you read in the piping APL files so that the connections to the equipment nozzles can be made. 8. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 34 . Click Load. only a few lines are shown. If you have a cross-section mapping file to use. select Include Mapping File and define the location of the mapping file. you need to open each piping model in PDS Piping Designer and attach the appropriate equipment model using the Ref Model command. Select your PDS project. On the MicroStation menu. In the Available Applications list. FrameWorks Plus imports the . 1 FWP W44X285 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X285 1 FWP W44X248 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X248 1 FWP W44X224 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X224 1 FWP W44X198 ANL WSHAPES9 W44X198 ! FINISH Importing a CIS/2 file 1. Click Apply. 3. select Utilities > MDL Applications. Select Start > All Programs > PD_Shell > PD_Shell. Click View Log and review the log file for errors. 4.

For more information. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 35 .xlsx to map all of the Smart 3D objects and object properties to the corresponding objects in PDS. This is mandatory for the transfer of nozzles from Smart 3D regardless of the options that are defined in the PDSExportTranslator. CPSmartEquipmentMap . For more information.  All shapes in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding primitives in PDS. CPPipeNozzleMap . This is the main mapping sheet for equipment discipline. Before you export Smart 3D model data. you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog equipment components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding equipment components in PDS.Maps pipe nozzle attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. By default.APPENDIX A Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook The File > Export > PDS Export > Export Model command uses the Microsoft Excel workbook S3DPDSExport. Before exporting Smart 3D equipment model data to PDS.  All nozzles in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding nozzles in PDS.Maps equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. see EquipmentClassMap (on page 36). you must modify the attribute. The S3DPDSExport.ini file. and hierarchy mapping worksheets to ensure that all of the necessary criteria have been met. See the comments in the delivered mapping file sheets for more information on configuring the mapping files. the workbook is delivered in the [Product Folder]DRefData\SharedContent\Data\Translators\S3DPDSExport folder during setup. see CPPipeNozzleMap (on page 37).  Equipment Translation Maps (on page 35)  HVAC Translation Maps (on page 53)  Piping Translation Maps (on page 38)  Structure Translation Maps (on page 47) Use the equipment translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport.xls workbook to map Smart 3D equipment properties to the correct PDS equipment attributes. The following equipment translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the supported equipment classes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information.  All catalog equipment objects in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding equipment objects in PDS. see CPSmartEquipmentMap (on page 36).xls workbook: EquipmentClassMap .xlsx workbook consists of all required types of translation mapping worksheets. codelist.

Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . By default. Only the equipment classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS.  AdditionalAttributeDef .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  ValueDef .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. if no MapType is specified. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook EquipmentClassMap The EquipmentClassMap sheet displays the equipment class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. CPSmartEquipmentMap The CPSmartEquipmentMap sheet maps equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. NameDef is used. Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 36 . SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped. PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. For example. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D equipment property to map. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.

PDS Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D value is mapped.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. and InsulationPurposeCodelistMap sheets. EqpGlobalsMap The EqpGlobalsMap sheet maps equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS using the codelisted value specified in ApprovalStatusCodListMap. Do not modify any of the values in this sheet. By default. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. if no MapType is specified. CPPipeNozzleMap The CPPipeNozzleMap sheet maps pipe nozzle attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. EqpDivisionCodelistMap. SP3D Value Specifies the attribute name of the Smart 3D equipment attributes to map. For example. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. SP3D Specifies the name of the Smart 3D equipment property to map. NameDef is used. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.  ValueDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 37 .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. ConstructionStatusCodeListMap. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.

xls workbook to map Smart 3D piping properties to the correct PDS piping attributes. The following piping translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. see PipeSegmentAttrsMap (on page 40). Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.  AdditionalAttributeDef . By default. NameDef is used.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. For more information. see PipeInstrumentAttrsMap (on page 42). As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Before exporting Smart 3D piping model data to PDS. see PipingClassMap (on page 39). Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. see PipePartAttrsMap (on page 41). Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. if no MapType is specified. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PDS Value Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Value value is mapped. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog piping components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding piping component objects in PDS. PipeInstrumentAttrsMap .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Use the piping translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport. For more information. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. PipeSegmentAttrsMap . This is the main mapping sheet for piping discipline.xls workbook: PipingClassMap . For more information. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. PipePartAttrsMap . Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.  ValueDef . Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 38 . For example.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. For more information.Maps the supported piping classes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the piping instrument attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. PipeComponentAttrsMap . see PipeComponentAttrsMap (on page 39). For more information.Maps piping attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps piping part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps pipe nozzle attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.

see EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap (on page 46). see ComponentCommodityNames (on page 45).xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS. PipingGlobalsMap .Contains PDS codelist values and corresponding short descriptions for piping component EndPreparation values.Defines the piping specialty instruments using the codelisted values specified in the SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap sheet. Acceptable values are as follows: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 39 . EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap . Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. PipeComponentAttrsMap The PipeComponentAttrsMap sheet maps pipe component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. see TapOptionCodeMap (on page 46). For more information. ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap . see PipeSupportAttrsMap (on page 43).Contains PDS codelist values and corresponding short descriptions for pipe ScheduleThickness values. Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. For more information. SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped.Maps the Smart 3D pipe part short code with PDS commodity name using the CommodityNames worksheet.Maps the piping specialty component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D pipe component property to map.Contains Smart 3D codelist values that are mapped to corresponding PDS attribute values for pipe taps. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. ComponentCommodityNames . For more information. see PipingGlobalsMap (on page 44). TapOptionCodeMap . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. PipeSupportAttrsMap . see ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap (on page 46). For more information. For more information. Only the piping classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PipeSpecialityAttrsMap . PipingClassMap The PipingClassMap sheet displays the piping class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the pipe support attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped. For more information. see PipeSpecialityAttrsMap (on page 42).

Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  NameDef .  AdditionalAttributeDef . PDS Attribute Displays the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.  ValueDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. if no MapType is specified. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. For example.  AdditionalAttributeDef . SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. if no MapType is specified. By default.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. NameDef is used. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SP3D Attribute Displays the name of the Smart 3D pipe segment property to map. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .  ValueDef . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. NameDef is used.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 40 . By default.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. For example. PipeSegmentAttrsMap The PipeSegmentAttrsMap sheet maps pipe segment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.

Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. PipePartAttrsMap The PipePartAttrsMap sheet maps pipe part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.  ValueDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. For example. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. if no MapType is specified. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D pipe segment property to map. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 41 .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . By default. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. NameDef is used. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.

Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Acceptable values are as follows: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 42 . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. PipeSpecialityAttrsMap The PipeSpecialityAttrsMap sheet maps pipe specialty components attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D piping specialty component property to map. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. By default. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D piping instrument property to map. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.  AdditionalAttributeDef . if no MapType is specified. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. NameDef is used. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PipeInstrumentAttrsMap The PipeInstrumentAttrsMap sheet maps piping instrument attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. For example.  ValueDef .

Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 43 .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D pipe support property to map.  ValueDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. if no MapType is specified. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. For example. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  NameDef .xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. By default.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.  ValueDef .  AdditionalAttributeDef . By default. PipeSupportAttrsMap The PipeSupportAttrsMap sheet maps pipe support attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. NameDef is used.  AdditionalAttributeDef .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. if no MapType is specified.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. For example. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. NameDef is used. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.

Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. For example.Specifies the attribute name of the Smart 3D piping instrument and piping specialty to map. PDS Value . Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. if no MapType is specified. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Value value is mapped. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.  AdditionalAttributeDef . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.  ValueDef . NameDef is used.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Do not modify any of the values in this sheet. By default. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. PipingGlobalsMap The PipingGlobalsMap sheet maps piping attributes between Smart 3D and PDS using the codelisted value specified in SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap sheet. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 44 .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. SP3D Value . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.

For piping discipline PDS Attribute value should contain PDS attribute name followed with below syntax. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 45 . SP3D Attribute Specifies the name of the Smart 3D pipe support property to map. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.ddl file.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. where: piping_comp_no is PDS attribute column name in table number 34 from design. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .  AdditionalAttributeDef . For example. NameDef is used. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook ComponentCommodityNames The ComponentCommodityNames sheet maps pipe commodity names between Smart 3D and PDS using the codelisted values specified in CommodityNames sheet. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  ValueDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. PDS Attribute Specifies the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. to map SP3D component name with PDS component number the syntax should be as described below. if no MapType is specified. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. For example. By default. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute.

Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.dll is PDS shema definition file for piping discipline E#table numberA# is used to define synonyms in APL file. These values are mapped to their corresponding PDS attribute values. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.Specifies the PDS attribute value for the corresponding Attribute Name. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.  ValueDef .Specifies the PDS attribute name for the corresponding PDS Value. PDS Value . For example. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Design. Description Specifies the shortcode or short description of the corresponding PDS Codelist Value. Attribute Value . Attribute Name . Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 46 . if no MapType is specified.ddl 2 is the column number in table 34 CHAR is data type of the attribute/column 20 is size of the attribute/column EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap PDS Codelist Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding PDS object. NameDef is used. ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap PDS Codelist Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding PDS object. Description Specifies the shortcode or short description of the corresponding PDS Codelist Value. MapType – Defines the map type of the attribute. By default. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. DimensionalDataMap The DimensionalDataMap sheet contains codelisted values for PDS piping specialties and instruments.Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding piping object. In this case for pipe component this value is 34 (table number from design. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. TapOptionCodeMap SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object.

For example. CSPSHandrailMap .xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. see InsulationPurposeCodelistMap (on page 64). For more information. Diameter = 2*Radius. see EqpDivisionCodelistMap (on page 62).Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.Maps structure cutout contour attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. SheetName – Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. This is the main mapping sheet for structure discipline. Before exporting Smart 3D structure model data to PDS. For more information. SPSWallPartMap . InsulationPurposeCodelistMap . For more information. Ignore . see ConstructionStatusCodeListMap (on page 61).xls workbook: StructureClassMap . For more information. CSPSStairMap . see CSPSStairMap (on page 49). The software calculates the Diameter using the formula. ApprovalStatusCodeListMap . see CSPSEquipFoundationMap (on page 49). and then maps the source and destination attributes. CSPSFootingMap .Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Formula – Type the formula used to calculate the value of the attribute to mapped.Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for insulation. if necessary. see CSPSFootingMap (on page 48) . Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. see CSPSHandrailMap (on page 51) . CSPSEquipFoundationMap .Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for structure construction status. see SPSWallPartMap (on page 52). see CSPSLadderMap (on page 50). if the source system has an attribute Radius that needs to be mapped to the destination system's attribute Diameter. For more information. ConstructionStatusCodeListMap . For more information.Maps handrail attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  AdditionalAttributeDef . see ApprovalStatusCodeListMap (on page 61).Maps equipment foundation attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. For more information.xls workbook to map Smart 3D structure properties to the correct PDS structure attributes. CStructCutoutContourMap . For more information. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. The following structure translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. EqpDivisionCodelistMap .Maps structure wall part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps structure footing attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. CSPSLadderMap . see StructureClassMap (on page 48). Structure Translation Maps Use the structure translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport.Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for approval status.Maps ladder attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. For more information. see CStructCutoutContourMap (on page 52). you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog structure parts and components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding structure objects in PDS.Maps stair attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps Smart 3D and PDS codelist values for equipment division. For more information. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 47 .Maps the supported structure classes between Smart 3D and PDS.

Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook StructureClassMap The StructureClassMap sheet displays the structure class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. CSPSFootingMap The CSPSFootingMap sheet maps structure footing attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 48 . NameDef is used.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.  ValueDef . Only the structure classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D structure property to map. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.  AdditionalAttributeDef . For example. if no MapType is specified. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. By default. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped.xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS.

CSPSEquipFoundationMap The CSPSEquipFoundationMap sheet maps equipment foundation attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. By default. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 49 . Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.  ValueDef . if no MapType is specified. CSPSStairMap The CSPSStairMap sheet maps stair attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. NameDef is used. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D equipment foundation property to map. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D stair property to map. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. For example.

By default. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. if no MapType is specified. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.xls workbook that contains S3D and Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 50 . SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. For example. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  ValueDef . PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. For example. CSPSLadderMap The CSPSLadderMap sheet maps ladder attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.  AdditionalAttributeDef .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. NameDef is used. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D ladder property to map. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. By default.  AdditionalAttributeDef . As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.  ValueDef . Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. NameDef is used. if no MapType is specified. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in [].

there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. By default. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. NameDef is used.  AdditionalAttributeDef . Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. For example. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. CSPSHandrailMap The CSPSHandrailMap sheet maps handrail attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. if no MapType is specified. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 51 . MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export.  ValueDef . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D handrail property to map.

if no MapType is specified.  ValueDef . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D cutout contour property to map. NameDef is used. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Acceptable values are as follows: Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 52 . SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D wall part property to map. By default.  AdditionalAttributeDef . For example. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. CStructCutoutContourMap The CStructCutoutContourMap sheet maps structure cutout contour openings attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook SPSWallPartMap The SPSWallPartMap sheet maps structure wall part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .

For more information. SP3D Class Name Displays the respective Smart 3D discipline class to be mapped. if no MapType is specified. Before exporting Smart 3D HVAC model data to PDS. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. NameDef is used.  AdditionalAttributeDef . PDS Class Name Displays the respective discipline class to which the Smart 3D Class Name value is mapped.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.xls workbook: HVACClassMap . see HVACDuctPartAttrsMap (on page 54). there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport.Maps duct component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. see HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap (on page 54). Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. This is the main mapping sheet for HVAC discipline. HVACDuctPartAttrsMap . you must modify these sheets to ensure that all of the catalog HVAC parts and components in the Smart 3D model are mapped to corresponding HVAC objects in PDS. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook  NameDef . The following HVAC translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. see HVACClassMap (on page 53). Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Use the HVAC translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport.Maps duct part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.  ValueDef .Maps the supported HVAC classes between Smart 3D and PDS. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. HVACClassMap The HVACClassMap sheet displays the HVAC class mapping between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap .Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. For example. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Do not modify any of the values on this sheet. By default. For more information. For more information. Only the HVAC classes displayed on this sheet are currently supported for export to PDS. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 53 .xls workbook to map Smart 3D HVAC properties to the correct PDS HVAC attributes.

 ValueDef . Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D HVAC duct part property to map. NameDef is used. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap The HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap sheet maps HVAC duct component attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.xls workbook that maps the corresponding Smart 3D discipline class properties to PDS. if no MapType is specified. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in []. SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. SP3D Attribute Type the name of the Smart 3D HVAC duct component property to map. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name. HVACDuctPartAttrsMap The HVACDuctPartAttrsMap sheet maps HVAC duct part attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. PDS Attribute Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. PDS Attribute Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 54 .  AdditionalAttributeDef . Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. By default. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Attributes Sheet Displays the attribute sheet name in the S3DPDSExport. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. For example. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef .

Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. see EquipmentHierarchy (on page 56). Before importing the S3DPDSExport. For more information. you need to specify the area and model information for PDS objects corresponding to those from Smart 3D. For more information. The generated ASCII file emulates the hierarchy of Smart 3D in PDS when imported. OID. see PipingHierarchy (on page 56). SheetName Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. S3DSystemName. The following hierarchy translation maps are delivered in the S3DPDSExport. StructureHierarchy . if no MapType is specified. Hierarchy Translation Maps Use the hierarchy translation mapping sheets in the S3DPDSExport. For more information.xls workbook to generate PDS hierarchy attributes in the same order as Smart 3D hierarchy properties.xls workbook: EquipmentHierarchy . By default.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook Type the name of the PDS attribute to which the SP3D Attribute value is mapped. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. MapType  Defines the map type of the attribute. Ignore Specifies whether the attribute is ignored during export. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute. see StructureHierarchy (on page 57).  ValueDef . An ASCII file is generated with the updated hierarchy sheet information when you export. Type TRUE or YES to ignore the attribute. Contains the SP3D Attribute value in [].Maps piping system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. NameDef is used. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 55 . Type TRUE or YES if the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.xls. and ObjectCount in the same order as in Smart 3D Workspace Explorer.Maps equipment system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Entries can be in lowercase or uppercase. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar.Maps structure system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Value Used only for attritubes that use codelist map sheets. For example.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes. you must extract the Smart 3D system hierarchy. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . The extracted hierarchy sheets have all Smart 3D systems hierarchy under the HierarchyHeader. PipingHierachy . Label Specifies whether the Smart 3D attribute is a label name.  AdditionalAttributeDef . After extracting Smart 3D hierarchy.

S3DSystemName Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. Hierarchy Header Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name. EquipmentHierarchy The EquipmentHierarchy sheet maps equipment system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS.Maps HVAC system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10.Maps structural equipment attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10. The software are creates PDS modules in the same hierarchal order. PDS SERVER NAME Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed. For more information. Area Name Specifies the name of the PDS module area. Model Description Specifies the model description for the PDS module. For more information. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook StructuralEquipmentHierarchy . see StructuralEquipmentHierarchy (on page 58). OID Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped. For more information.Maps raceway system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. HVACHierarchy . Area Description Specifies the area description for the PDS module. ObjectCount Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy. NETWORK PATH Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 56 . Model Name Specifies the name for the PDS model. see RaceWayHierarchy (on page 59). PipingHierarchy The PipingHierarchy sheet maps pipeline system hierarchy between Smart 3D and PDS. PDS SERVER NAME Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed. see HVACHierarchy (on page 59). RaceWayHierarchy .

OID Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped. ObjectCount Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area name is 10. ObjectCount Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy. Model Description Specifies the model description for the PDS module. The software are creates PDS modules in the same hierarchal order. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 57 . Area Description Specifies the area description for the PDS module. OID Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped. Hierarchy Header Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name. Model Name Specifies the name for the PDS model. NETWORK PATH Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created. Hierarchy Header Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name. S3DSystemName Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. S3DSystemName Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates PDS modules in the same hierarchal order. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook NETWORK PATH Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created. StructureHierarchy The StructureHierarchy sheet maps structure system attributes between Smart 3D and PDS. Area Name Specifies the name of the PDS module area. PDS SERVER NAME Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.

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Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

StructuralEquipmentHierarchy
The StructuralEquipmentHierarchy sheet maps structural equipment attributes between
Smart 3D and PDS.
PDS SERVER NAME
Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.
NETWORK PATH
Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created.
Hierarchy Header
Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name.
S3DSystemName
Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates
PDS modules in the same hierarchal order.
OID
Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped.
ObjectCount
Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy.
Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

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RaceWayHierarchy
The RaceWayHierarchy sheet maps the raceway system between Smart 3D and PDS.
PDS SERVER NAME
Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.
NETWORK PATH
Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created.
Hierarchy Header
Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name.
S3DSystemName
Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates
PDS modules in the same hierarchal order.
OID
Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped.
ObjectCount
Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy.
Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

HVACHierarchy
The HVACHierarchy sheet maps the HVAC system between Smart 3D and PDS.
PDS SERVER NAME
Specifies the name of the server on which PDS is installed.
NETWORK PATH
Specifies the path to the folder where the PDS modules will be created.
Hierarchy Header
Displays the Smart 3D hierarchy system name.
S3DSystemName
Displays the hierarchy of Smart 3D Workspace Explorer objects. The software are creates

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PDS modules in the same hierarchal order.
OID
Displays the Smart 3D object ID to which corresponding PDS object is mapped.
ObjectCount
Displays the number of objects under corresponding Smart 3D system hierarchy.
Area Name
Specifies the name of the PDS module area. The maximum of characters acceptable for the
area name is 10.
Area Description
Specifies the area description for the PDS module.
Model Name
Specifies the name for the PDS model. The maximum of characters acceptable for the area
name is 10.
Model Description
Specifies the model description for the PDS module.

Codelist Translation Maps
The codelist maps contain catalog reference values for corresponding Smart 3D object which
are mapped to their corresponding object catalog reference values in PDS. You can modify the
codelist sheets.
The following codelist maps are delivered in the S3DPDMExport.xls workbook:
ApprovalStatusCodeListMap (on page 61)
CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap (on page 61)
ConstructionStatusCodeListMap (on page 61)
DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap (on page 62)
DesignStandardCodeListMap (on page 62)
EqpDivisionCodelistMap (on page 62)
EndPreparationCodelistMap (on page 62)
EndStandardCodelListMap (on page 63)
FabricationCategoryCodeListMap (on page 63)
FluidCodeCodeListMap (on page 63)
GeometryStandardsCodeListMap (on page 63)
HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap (on page 64)
HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap (on page 64)
InsulationPurposeCodelistMap (on page 64)
MaterialsGradeCodeListMap (on page 64)
OptionCodeCodeListMap (on page 65)
PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap (on page 65)
ReportingTypeCodeListMap (on page 65)
ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap (on page 66)
StressRequirementsCodeListMap (on page 66)
SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap (on page 66)
WeldTypeCodeListMap (on page 67)
DimensionalDataMap (on page 46)

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SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D coating type. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 61 . ConstructionStatusCodeListMap The ConstructionStatusCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D construction status. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook ApprovalStatusCodeListMap The ApprovalStatusCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D object approval status. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. CoatingTypeCodeListMap The CoatingTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D coating type. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the description for the cleaning requirement. CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap The CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D cleaning requirements. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding values in PDS. These values are mapped to their corresponding approval status values in PDS.

2. DesignStandardCodeListMap The DesignStandardCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D object design standard. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short code for the design standard. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap The DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D design responsibilities. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the description of the type of design responsibility. These values are mapped to their corresponding values in PDS. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. For example. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. EqpDivisionCodelistMap The EqpDivisionCodelistMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D equipment division. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 62 . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding design standard values in PDS. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. ASME-B31. EndPreparationCodelistMap The EndPreparationCodelistMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D pipe nozzle end preparation type. These values are mapped to their corresponding equipment division values in PDS.

FluidCodeCodeListMap The FluidCodeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D fluid codes.12. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 63 . These values are mapped to their corresponding fluid code values in PDS. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description of the type of pipe nozzle end preparation. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. FabricationCategoryCodeListMap The FabricationCategoryCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D fabrication category. and so on. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding fabrication category values in PDS. API-6A. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding end preparation standard values in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the fluid code. GeometryStandardsCodeListMap The GeometryStandardsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D geometry standards. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. EndStandardCodelListMap The EndStandardCodelListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D end preparation standards. These values are mapped to their corresponding geometry standards in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the end preparation standard such as ASME-B16.

PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. InsulationPurposeCodelistMap The InsulationPurposeCodelistMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D insulation purpose. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap The HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D heat tracing medium. ASME B16. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object.33. These values are mapped to their corresponding heat tracing requirement values in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the geometry standard. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 64 . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. These values are mapped to their corresponding insulation purpose values in PDS. These values are mapped to their corresponding material grades in PDS. These values are mapped to their corresponding values in PDS. MaterialsGradeCodeListMap The MaterialsGradeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D materials grades. HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap The HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D construction status. LongDescription Specifies a detailed description of corresponding CodeListValueDescription. For example.

These values are mapped to their corresponding option code in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the part or object. OptionCodeCodeListMap The OptionCodeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D object option codes. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description for the part or object. LongDescription Specifies a detailed description of corresponding CodeListValueDescription. For example. For example. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. BAL3W. PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap The PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D piping commodity codes. 3-way ball valve. LWN. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. Example. LongDescription Specifies a detailed description of corresponding CodeListValueDescription. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 65 . Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook CodeListValueDescription Specifies the short description of the type of material and its grade. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the description of the reporting type for corresponding codelist value. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding construction status values in PDS. ReportingTypeCodeListMap The ReportingTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D construction status. These values are mapped to their corresponding piping commodity code values in PDS. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value.

MapType – Defines the map type of the attribute.Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Identifier. As the source and destination attribute descriptions are similar. Acceptable values are as follows:  NameDef . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. These values are mapped to their corresponding thickness values in PDS. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the thickness of corresponding codelist value. PDS Model Code .  ValueDef . SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. both the attributes are mapped name to name and transferred directly. For more information. there is an attribute named NPD in the source system and one named NominalDiameter in the destination system.Maps the codelisted value of an attribute before it is transferred. CodeListValueDescription Specifies the thickness of corresponding codelist value. StressRequirementsCodeListMap The StressRequirementsCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D stress requirements. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap The ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D material thickness. see DimensionalDataMap (on page 46). if no MapType is specified. NameDef is used. SP3D Identifier .Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. By default. SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap The SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap sheet contains codelist values for Smart 3D piping specialties and instruments. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object.Used when it is necessary to create new or additional attributes for the value of a given attribute.  AdditionalAttributeDef . These values are mapped to their corresponding codelist values in PDS using DimensionalDataMap sheet. PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 66 . These values are mapped to their corresponding stress requirement values in PDS. For example. The DimensionalDataMap sheet contains additional attribute definitions.Maps the S3D attribute directly to corresponding PDS attribute.

These values are mapped to their corresponding weld type values in PDS. Appendix: Export to PDS Workbook SheetName – Defines the name of the sheet in the S3DPDSExport. SP3D Value Specifies the Smart 3D codelisted value for the corresponding Smart 3D object. Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 67 . PDS Value Specifies the PDS codelisted value for the corresponding SP3D Value. WeldTypeCodeListMap The WeldTypeCodeListMap sheet contains codelisted values for Smart 3D weld types.xls workbook that contains S3D and corresponding PDS codelisted values for the attributes.

Index Export Structural Hierarchy from Smart 3D A to PDS • 24 Export to PDS Dialog Box • 26 Appendix Export to PDS Workflow • 9 Export to PDS Workbook • 38 Exporting Labels from Smart 3D to PDS • ApprovalStatusCodeListMap • 65 23 Exporting Smart 3D HVAC Attributes to C PDS • 20 CIS2Import.ma • 34 Extract Hierarchy Tab (Export To PDS CleaningRequirementsCodeListMap • 66 Dialog Box) • 26 CoatingTypeCodeListMap • 66 Extract or Update a Hierarchy Mapping File Codelist Translation Maps • 65 • 23 ComponentCommodityNames • 48 Configure the PDS Export Initialization File • F 18 FabricationCategoryCodeListMap • 68 ConstructionStatusCodeListMap • 66 FluidCodeCodeListMap • 69 CPPipeNozzleMap • 40 CPSmartEquipmentMap • 39 Create FrameWorks Plus Subprojects • 30 G Create Models from ASCII Files • 33 Generate a PDS Project Configuration File • Create the PDS Project • 29 28 CSPSEquipFoundationMap • 53 GeometryStandardsCodeListMap • 69 CSPSFootingMap • 52 CSPSHandrailMap • 55 H CSPSLadderMap • 54 CSPSStairMap • 54 HeatTracingMediumCodeListMap • 70 CStructCutoutContourMap • 57 HeatTracingReqrmntsCodeListMap • 69 Hierarchy Mapping Workbook • 25 Hierarchy Translation Maps • 60 D HVACClassMap • 58 Define Matching Model Seed Files • 30 HVACDuctComponentAtrsMap • 59 Define Matching Reference Data • 30 HVACDuctPartAttrsMap • 58 DesignResponsibilityCodeListMap • 67 HVACHierarchy • 64 DesignStandardCodeListMap • 67 DimensionalDataMap • 50 I Import Structural Data into FrameWorks E Plus • 34 EndPreparationCodelistMap • 68 Importing a CIS/2 file • 36 EndPreparationPDSCodeListMap • 49 Importing Data into PDS • 33 EndStandardCodelListMap • 68 InsulationPurposeCodelistMap • 70 EqpDivisionCodelistMap • 67 EqpGlobalsMap • 41 L EquipmentClassMap • 39 EquipmentHierarchy • 60 Limitations when Exporting from Smart 3D Export Model Tab (Export To PDS Dialog to PDS • 13 Box) • 27 Export Settings • 16 M Export Smart 3D Models • 28 MaterialsGradeCodeListMap • 70 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 68 .

Index O OptionCodeCodeListMap • 71 P PipeComponentAttrsMap • 43 PipeInstrumentAttrsMap • 45 PipePartAttrsMap • 44 PipeSegmentAttrsMap • 44 PipeSpecialityAttrsMap • 46 PipeSupportAttrsMap • 47 PipingClassMap • 42 PipingCommodityTypeCodeListMap • 71 PipingGlobalsMap • 47 PipingHierarchy • 61 Points to Consider • 11 Preface PDS Export Guide • 7 Preparing PDS for Import • 29 Preparing Smart 3D for Export • 16 R RaceWayHierarchy • 63 Reference Equipment Models to Piping Models • 37 ReportingTypeCodeListMap • 72 Run Piping Model Builder • 37 S ScheduleThicknessCodeListMap • 72 ScheduleThicknessPDSCodeListMap • 50 SP3DIdentifierPDSModelCodeMap • 73 SPSWallPartMap • 56 StressRequirementsCodeListMap • 72 StructuralEquipmentHierarchy • 62 Structure Translation Maps • 51 StructureClassMap • 52 StructureHierarchy • 62 T TapOptionCodeMap • 50 W WeldTypeCodeListMap • 73 What's New in PDS Export • 8 Export Smart 3D to PDS User's Guide 69 .

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