The FieldLiningThickness sheet in the Piping.xls workbook defines the liner thickness to add to the flange thickness so that bolt lengths can be computed correctly. In the Catalog task, this rule is only applied when the Lining Requirement property of the Piping Materials Class Data is set to "Lined". In workbooks, this rule is only applied when the Lining Material property of the Piping Materials Class Data is set to a valid lining material.
Spec Name (Required)
Type the name of the piping material class for which you are defining the field lining thickness. The piping materials class that you enter must be defined on the Piping Materials Classes.
Nominal Piping Diameter From (Optional)
Enter the lower diameter bound for which the field lining thickness applies.
Nominal Piping Diameter To (Optional)
Enter the upper diameter bound for which the field lining thickness applies.
Nominal Piping Diameter Units (Optional)
Specify the units of measurement, for example in or mm, for the values in the Nominal Piping Diameter From and Nominal Piping Diameter To columns.
Liner Thickness Inside Diameter (Required)
Specify the thickness of the lining material at the inside diameter of field-lined fittings.
Liner Thickness on Face of Flange (Required)
Specify the thickness of the lining material at the face of the flange at any field-lined bolted fittings. A gap will appear in the model between the two flange faces equal to the distance defined here. This gap is the "saved" physical space between the flanges in the real world for the liner to go during construction.