Displays Isogen and user-specified attributes that are currently allowed for a pipeline. You can output pipeline attribute values to the isometric drawing (1) and to report files (2).
Attribute names and descriptions
Specifies the alternative design pressure for the pipeline.
Specifies the alternative design temperature for the pipeline.
Identifies the section of the project to which the pipeline belongs. Used interchangeably with BATCH.
ATTRIBUTE0 to ATTRIBUTE199
Provides up to 200 user-specified general-purpose pipeline attributes that can be output in reports or plotted on isometric drawings.
Identifies a section of the project to which the pipeline belongs. Used interchangeably with AREA.
Specifies the standard pulled bend radius.
Indicates the cleaning procedure to use after testing.
Specifies the construction status of the equipment, such as new, existing, future, demolish, and so forth.
Specifies the construction work package to which the pipeline is assigned.
Indicates the date, where D=Day, M=Month, and Y=Year. Specify in any order.
Specifies the design code for the pipeline.
Specifies the allowable design pressure.
Specifies the allowable design temperature.
Specifies the engineering work package to which the pipeline is assigned.
Indicates the type of fluid intended to flow through the pipeline.
Specifies the start connection of the pipeline (for example, the equipment/instrument tag or line number).
Specifies a unique identification number for the handover subsystem.
Specifies a unique identification number for the handover system.
Specifies the highest assembly number generated on the previous run of the pipeline.
Specifies the highest part number generated during the previous run of the pipeline.
Specifies the highest spool number generated on the previous run of the pipeline.
Specifies the highest pipe support weld number generated on the previous run of the pipeline.
Specifies the highest unique part identifier generated on the previous run of the pipeline.
Specifies the highest weld number generated on the previous run of the pipeline.
Specifies the installation work package to which the pipeline is assigned.
Specifies the default insulation specification reference.
Specifies the identification code for the insulation specification.
Specifies the width of the insulation from the internal surface of the pipeline to the external surface.
ITEM-ATTRIBUTE0 to ITEM-ATTRIBUTE9
Provides up to 10 user-specified attributes for use where component material descriptions are broken down into a series of short elements where data is defined in dynamic keywords such as MATL RATING SPEC THKS. This provides an alternative method to having a single long material description in a component DESCRIPTION attribute.
Specifies a unique identification code for the pipeline.
Specifies the diameter of the main segment of a pipeline.
Specifies the pipeline material of construction.
MISC-SPEC1 to MISC-SPEC5
Provides for up to five user-specified miscellaneous specification references that can hold additional, arbitrary data.
Indicates if the pipeline requires non-destructive testing.
Identifies the pipeline design class.
Identifies the pressure rating for the pipeline.
Specifies the offset in feet from datum point.
Specifies the offset in meters from datum point.
Specifies the pressure of the service fluid during operation.
Specifies the temperature of the service fluid during operation.
Overrides the default name given to the Isogen-generated drawing file.
Because the drawing file name is usually defined with the style settings, we do not recommend using this attribute.
Defines the coating type for the pipeline.
Specifies the default painting specification.
Identifies the P&ID number from which the pipeline originates.
Identifies the P&ID revision.
Specifies the pipeline name.
Defines the design or operating temperature for the pipeline.
Indicates the type of pipeline construction.
Specifies the default piping specification reference.
Specifies the procurement work package to which the pipeline is assigned.
Specifies the project number or name.
Indicates if the pipeline requires post weld heat treatment.
Indicates whether there is a single isometric re-plot request. Valid input data is TRUE (re-plot is enabled) or FALSE (re-plot is disabled).
Specifies the revision identifier of the pipeline.
Identifies an additional number used in situations where a third-party system, such as the Fabrication shop control system, automatically assigns a sequence number to the processed pipeline.
Specifies the specific gravity of the pipeline contents.
Specifies the string Isogen uses when creating spool identifiers.
Indicates the text string that specifies the spool prefix, type of identifier (alpha or numeric), and the length of the spool identifier.
Defines the point that Isogen uses as the start point of the pipeline. The start point determines the start of weld and part number sequences.
Identifies the category for stress calculation.
Identifies the name assigned to the group of pipelines (package) requires stress analysis.
Specifies the string that Isogen uses for the identification of all erection pipe support welds.
Specifies the string that Isogen uses for the identification of all fabrication pipe support welds.
Specifies the string that Isogen uses for the identification of all offshore pipe support welds.
Specifies the system isometric name.
Identifies the type of fluid to use for the pipeline pressure test.
Specifies the pressure to use for testing the pipeline for leaks or other failure.
Specifies the end connection of the pipeline (for example, the equipment/instrument tag or line number).
Indicates if the pipeline requires heat testing.
Specifies the default tracing specification reference.
Specifies the prefix that the software uses for the identification of all welds.
Specifies the string that Isogen uses for the identification of all erection welds.
Specifies the string that Isogen uses for the identification of all fabrication welds.
Specifies the string that Isogen uses for the identification of all offshore welds.