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Intergraph Smart 3D Piping Reference Data

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The Female End Data node (the PipingGenericDataFemale sheet in the Piping Catalog.xls workbook) defines generic female end data. The data is determined on the basis of the pressure rating (or schedule), end preparation, end standard, and nominal piping diameter of the female end. The software assumes that the socket depth, as all other female end-specific data, for all female fittings is defined here. If the socket depth is not based on a standard, you must use a value for the end standard property for that female end such that the correct female end generic data can be uniquely identified.

Body Outside Diameter (Optional)

Enter the fitting body outside diameter at the female end. You can specify the body outside diameter in the piping commodity part data (or piping specialty part data or instrument part data) for certain fittings rather than specifying the value here. If you do not enter a value here or in the piping commodity part data (or piping specialty part data or instrument part data), the outside diameter must be available in the plain piping generic data for the same value of the end standard property. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

End Practice (Required)

Select the end practice for the female end.

End Preparation (Required)

Select the end preparation for the female end.

End Standard (Required)

Select the end standard for the female end.

Hub Outside Diameter (Optional)

Enter the hub outside diameter of the female end. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Hub Thickness (Optional)

Enter the hub thickness of the female end. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Nominal Piping Diameter (Required)

Type the nominal piping diameter for the female end.

Nominal Diameter Units (Required)

Specify the units for the nominal piping diameter. For example, mm or in. This unit of measure must be consistent with the port's unit of measure in the piping commodity part data for the piping commodity that references this reference data.

Pressure Rating (Conditionally Required)

Select the pressure rating for the female end. This value is used as the basis of the female end generic data, if the Schedule is undefined. In the case of a circular hole end (for example, the non-bolted end of a slip-on flange), the female end generic data should be specified with undefined values for both Pressure Rating and Schedule.

Rating Practice (Conditionally Required)

Select the pressure rating practice for the female end.

Schedule (Conditionally Required)

Select the thickness schedule for the female end. This value is used as the basis of the female end generic data, if the Pressure Rating is undefined. In the case of a circular hole end (for example, the non-bolted end of a slip-on flange), the female end generic data should be specified with undefined values for both Pressure Rating and Schedule.

Schedule Thickness Practice (Conditionally Required)

Select the schedule practice for the female end.

Socket Diameter (Required)

Enter the socket or thread diameter of the female end. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Socket Depth (Conditionally Required)

Enter the depth of socket for the female end. For socket welded ends, the depth of socket should represent the nominal depth of socket less 1/16", which represents the standard engineering practice for the offset between the seat of the socket welded end and the male end of the pipe stock or fitting. In other words, the face-to-center distance for a socket welded fitting is equal to the sum of seat-to-center dimension, the socket depth, and the socket offset. Likewise, the distance from the port to the center is the sum of the seat-to-center dimension and the socket offset. This value also represents the "length through hub" dimension for the non- bolted end of slip-on flanges. Otherwise, the existence of a value for socket depth and socket offset will indicate a socket welded end. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Socket Offset (Conditionally Required)

Enter the offset of the socket for the female end. Typically, this value is 1/16". Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Any values defined in the Socket Offset Rule will supersede socket offset values defined in this rule.

Socket Wall Thickness (Conditionally Required)

Enter the wall thickness of the socket. If the hub diameter has not been specified, the software computes the hub diameter as the sum of the socket diameter and twice the socket wall thickness.

Termination Class (Required)

Select the Female termination option.

Termination Sub Class (Required)

Select the termination sub class for the female end.

Thread Depth (Conditionally Required)

Enter the depth of the thread engagement for the female end. This value should be as precise as possible. The existence of a value here indicates a threaded end to the software. For non-threaded ends, enter 0.00 in.

Socket Welded End

Threaded End

A

Hub Diameter

Hub Diameter

B

Socket Diameter

Thread Diameter

C

Hub Thickness

Hub Thickness

D

Body Outside Diameter

Body Outside Diameter

E

Socket Depth

Thread Depth

F

Socket Offset

not applicable

G

Socket Wall Thickness

not applicable