Plain Piping Data - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart 3D Piping Reference Data

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
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Piping
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Reference Data
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The Plain Piping Data node (the PlainPipingGenericData sheet in the Piping Catalog.xls workbook) defines generic plain piping data. The generic data is required for pipe stock and tubing, including the data required for the conversion of schedule to wall thickness.

Unless you are using a DIN standard, you must define values for two of these three properties: piping inside diameter, piping outside diameter, and wall thickness.

End Practice (Required)

Select the end practice for the plain piping.

End Standard (Required)

Select the end standard for the plain piping. In the case of the DIN industry standard, this value represents the DIN outside diameter Reihe number for the applicable end.

Nominal Piping Diameter (Required)

Type the nominal piping diameter for the plain piping.

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.

Piping Inside Diameter (Conditionally Required)

Enter the inside diameter at the piping end. If you do not specify a value here, the software calculates the inside diameter as the outside diameter minus two times the wall thickness. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value. This property is not used by the DIN industry standard, the End Standard property is used instead.

Piping Outside Diameter (Conditionally Required)

Enter the outside diameter at the piping end. If you do not specify a value here, the software calculates the outside diameter as the inside diameter plus two times the wall thickness. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Pressure Rating (Conditionally Required)

Select the pressure rating for the plain piping. This value is used to determine the plain piping generic data when nothing is defined for Schedule. This property is not used by the DIN industry standard, the End Standard property is used instead.

Schedule (Conditionally Required)

Select the schedule for the plain piping end. If you do not define a value here, the pressure rating is used to determine the plain piping generic data. This property is not used by the DIN industry standard, the End Standard property is used instead.

Schedule Practice (Conditionally Required)

Select the schedule practice. This property is not used by the DIN industry standard, the End Standard property is used instead.

Rating Practice (Conditionally Required)

Select the pressure rating practice for the plain piping.

Wall Thickness (Conditionally Required)

Enter the wall thickness at the piping end. Make sure that you enter this value with full precision (0.3125, not 0.312). If you do not specify a value here, the software calculates the wall thickness as the outside diameter minus the inside diameter divided by two. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value. This property is not used by the DIN industry standard, the End Standard property is used instead.