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On the S.60.05 Fluid Classes screen, you can assign pipe classes to fluids for specific nominal sizes. The use of the pipe class is further specified with operational and design data.

The fluid classes define the fluid and pipe pressure and temperature ranges to be used to transport the fluid for the dimensions of pipe class, gasket class and valve class.

  1. Select the fluid in the first Fluids block.

  2. Type a sequence number in the Fl Ident field.

  3. Select the only unique with Attributes check box if this fluid class is unique only with the attached attributes.

  4. Type the lower limit of the nominal size range in the Nom Min field.

  5. Type the upper limit of the nominal size range in the Nom Max field.

  6. Select the diameter unit from the LOV in the Dia Unit field.

    The default diameter unit is retrieved from project default ZX_DN_UNIT.

  7. Select the specification (pipe class) from the LOV in the Spec Header field.

    • The specification revision appears in the Rev field.

    • The Highest indicator shows the highest revision of the specification that is used in the fluid class.

Assign pressures and temperatures

  1. Type the minimum working pressure in the Min Fl Work Press field.

  2. Type the maximum working pressure in the Max Fl Work Press field.

  3. Select the pressure unit from the LOV in the Press Unit field.

    The default pressure unit is retrieved from project default ZX_PRESS.

  4. Type the minimum working temperature in the Min Fl Work Temp field.

  5. Type the maximum working temperature in the Max Fl Work Temp field.

  6. Select the temperature unit from the LOV in the Temp Unit field.

    The default Temperature unit is retrieved from project default ZX_TEMPER.

  7. Type the minimum design pressure in the Min Pi Des Press field.

  8. Type the maximum design pressure in the Max Pi Des Press field.

  9. Type the minimum design temperature in the Min Pi Des Temp field.

  10. Type the maximum design temperature in the Max Pi Des Temp field.

Edit miscellaneous information

  1. Type the fluid class description in the Short Desc and Description fields.

  2. Type the name of the department in the Division field.

  3. Type the location name in the Location field.

  4. Type the unit name in the Unit field.

  5. Select the Default check box to mark the default record for the selected fluid.

  6. The Comment indicator shows whether a long description exists for this fluid class. Double-click this check box to open the Long Description Window.

  7. Click Save.

Assign fluid class attributes

  1. In the Fluid Class Attributes block, type a sequence number in the Seq field.

  2. Select an attribute from the LOV in the Attr Name field.

  3. The attribute unit appears in the Unit field and the attribute hint text in the Hint Text field.

  4. Type a value in the Attr Value field.

  5. Click Save.

Assign the latest specification revision to the fluid

  1. Click Assign latest Revision.

  2. On the Assign latest Revision dialog box, click All Fluid Groups to update the fluid classes of all fluid groups, or click Current only to update only the fluid classes of the selected fluid group.

    When you click Current only, a dialog box appears:

  3. Click All Fluid Classes to update all classes assigned to the selected group.

  4. Click Queried to update the queried classes, or click Current only to update only the selected class.

  5. To see the changes, perform a re-query.