Option Switches 10-19 - PDS - Reference

Plant Design System (PDS) ISOGEN

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3D Design and Visualization
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PDS
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Reference
Version_S3D
12.x(2018)

Isometric Facility

Word #

Switch Position

File Marker or Data

Parameter Value Options

Drawing Margin

10

5

Std. is = 5 mm for left hand margin dimension.

Or set:

data

Alternative value for left margin.

11

5

Std. is = 5 mm for right hand margin dimension.

Or set:

data

Alternative value for right margin.

12

5

Std. is = 5 mm for top margin dimension.

Or set:

data

Alternative value for top margin.

13

5

Std. is = 5 mm for bottom margin dimension. or set:

data

Alternative value for bottom margin.

Drawing Size

14

2

Std. is = A2 paper size (420 x 594 mm)

Or set:

1

For A1 paper size (594 x 841 mm)

3

For A3 paper size (297 x 420 mm)

4

For A4 paper size (210 x 297 mm)

Or set:

5

For AD paper size (22” x 34”)

6

For AC paper size (17” x 22”)

7

For AB paper size (11”x17”)

8

For AA paper size (8.5” x 11”)

9

For AE size drawings (33” x 44”)

10

For A0 size drawings (841 mm x 1189 mm)

Or set:

15

data

New value for drawing height in mms

16

data

New value for drawing width in mms

Non-standard drawing sizes are controlled by Option Switches 15 and 16, which, if set, override any setting in Option Switch 14.

Flow Arrows

17

0

Std. is = 0 for fluid flow arrows on selected in-line components.

Or set:

1

To suppress fluid flow arrows.

Frame Control

18

0

Std. is = 0 for standard Isoplot drawing frame.

Or set:

1

To suppress standard Isoplot drawing frame.

Falling Lines (Slope)

19

Used to control how falling sections of pipeline are actually to be defined on the iso.

0

Std. is = 0 to define falling sections of pipeline in terms of an angle (i.e., FALL 1.5°).

Or set:

1

To define falling sections in terms of a falls ration (i.e., FALL 1:60).

2

To define falling sections in terms of a falls percentage (i.e., FALL 2%). This value is always output as a whole percentage.

3

To define falling sections in terms of grads (i.e., FALL 1 GRAD).

4

To define falling sections in terms of an incline (i.e., FALL 3/16' PER FT).

5

To define falling sections in terms of an incline (i.e., FALL 16 MM PER M).

6

To suppress falling line indication.