General Tab (Pipe End Feature Properties Dialog Box) - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Piping

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
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Help
SPFVersion_custom
2019 (10.0)
Version_S3D
10.1(2014R1)

Displays and defines the general properties of the selected end feature.

Pipe end feature properties are divided into different categories: Standard, Insulation and Tracing, and Surface Treatment and Coating. Select the category to define values in the Category option.

Standard

Pipeline

Displays the pipeline system to which the end feature belongs. You cannot change the pipeline of the end feature.

Pipe Run

Displays the pipe run to which the end feature belongs. You cannot change the pipe run of the end feature.

Specification

Specify the active pipe specification for the end feature. All pipe specifications that are allowed for the pipeline display for selection. If appears in the box, the pipe specification is inherited from the pipe run to which the end feature belongs. If the icon does not appear, and you want to use the pipe specification from the pipe run, select Use Run Specification.

Nominal Diameter

Specify the nominal diameter (NPD) of the end feature. If appears in the box, the NPD for the end feature is inherited from the pipe run to which the end feature belongs. If the icon does not appear, and you want to use the pipe specification from the pipe run, select Use Run NPD. If you have manually selected the part, the NPD of the selected part appears and cannot be changed.

Type

Displays the types of end features allowed by the selected Specification and Nominal Diameter. End features are listed by short codes. You can change the end feature type if needed. If you have manually selected the part from the catalog, this box displays Part selected manually and cannot be changed.

Option

Displays a list of available end features. The software generates this list based on the pipe specification, the NPD, and the short code you selected in the Type box. If you have manually selected the part from the catalog, this box displays Part selected manually and cannot be changed.

Base Part Name

Displays the part name for the end feature. The part name is selected by the software using the pipe specification guidelines. Select Select Manually to override the pipe specification, and select the part number from the catalog. If you select a part manually, the Nominal Diameter, Type and Option properties are disabled.

The Select Manually option may not be available. It is enabled and disabled in the reference data.

Correlation Status

Specifies whether the object has been correlated to an object in a P&ID. The list is defined by the EFWCorrelationStatus select list.

Correlation Basis

Specifies whether the object is correlated to a P&ID object. The list is defined by the EFWCorrelationBasis select list.

  • Correlate Object indicates that the object has a correlating object in a P&ID.

  • No correlation is required indicates that the object does not have a correlating object in a P&ID.

Correlation Approval Status

Specifies whether the object is approved with discrepancies in the three-dimensional data compared with design basis data. The list is defined by the EFWCorrelationApprovalStatus sheet in the AllCodelist workbook.

  • Topology mismatch approved indicates that the object topology mismatch can be ignored.

  • Data and Topology mismatches approved indicates that the object data and topology mismatches can be ignored.

  • None indicates that you do not approve a mismatch.

Insulation and Tracing

Insulation Specification

Specifies the insulation specification for the object. If Inherited Properties or Spec displays in the box, the insulation specification for the object is inherited from the pipe run to which the object belongs.

Defines which insulation specifications are available for which systems in System and Specifications. Insulation specifications are defined in the reference data.

  • Not Insulated disables the remaining insulation properties.

  • User Defined indicates that you can specify the remaining insulation properties using custom settings.

  • More displays a dialog box so that you can select an insulation specification from the reference data. The software then automatically enters information from that insulation specification.

Insulation Purpose

Specifies the purpose of the insulation. If Insulation Specification is set to use the insulation defined by the equipment object, the information in this box cannot be changed. However, if Insulation Specification is manually defined, select the purpose of the insulation in this box. Available purposes are read from the reference data.

Insulation Material

Specifies the material of the insulation. If Insulation Specification is set to use the insulation defined by the equipment object, this field cannot be changed. However, if Insulation Specification is manually defined, select the insulation material from those available from the reference data.

The list contains the last five insulation materials selected. Click More to browse the catalog for the insulation material to use. If you set this field to Not Insulated, the Insulation Thickness field is disabled. If you set this field to Use Run Material, the along leg feature inherits the insulation material from the duct run.

To change the options on the list, edit the Insulation Material select list in Catalog.

Insulation Thickness

Specifies the thickness of the insulation.

  • Piping - If you selected Not Insulated in the Insulation Specification box, you cannot change the value in the Insulation Thickness box. However, if you manually entered the insulation specification, you must provide a corresponding insulation thickness value as per the specification. If you selected an insulation specification from the available list, the software automatically displays the corresponding thickness value as per the specification.

  • HVAC - If you selected Not Insulated in the Insulation Material box, this property is unavailable.

Insulation Temperature

Specifies the temperature. Include the temperature unit of measure (K for Kelvin, F for Fahrenheit, or C for Celsius for example) when specifying this value.

Heat Tracing Requirement

Specifies whether the equipment is heat-traced. To change the options on the list, edit the Heat Tracing Medium select list in Catalog.

Heat Tracing Type

Specifies the type of heat-tracing. To change the options on the list, edit the Heat Tracing Medium select list in Catalog.

Heat Tracing Medium

Specifies the heat-tracing medium to apply to the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Heat Tracing Medium select list in Catalog.

Heat Tracing Medium Temperature

Specifies the temperature of the heat-tracing medium. Include the unit of measurement of temperature (K for Kelvin, F for Fahrenheit, or C for Celsius, for example).

Surface Treatment and Coating

Interior Surface Treatment Requirement

Specifies the interior treatment requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Interior Surface Treatment select list in Catalog.

Interior Surface Treatment Type

Specifies the interior treatment type for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Interior Surface Treatment select list in Catalog.

Exterior Surface Treatment Requirement

Specifies the exterior treatment requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Exterior Surface Treatment select list in Catalog.

Exterior Surface Treatment Type

Specifies the exterior treatment type for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Exterior Surface Treatment select list in Catalog.

Cleaning Requirement

Specifies the cleaning requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Cleaning Requirement select list in Catalog.

Steamout Requirement

Specifies the steamout requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Steamout Requirement select list in Catalog.

Steamout Pressure

Specifies the steamout pressure for the object. Include the pressure unit of measure (psi for pounds per square inch for example).

Steamout Temperature

Specifies the steamout temperature for the object. Include the temperature unit of measure (K for Kelvin, F for Fahrenheit, or C for Celsius for example).

Auxiliary Treatment Requirement

Specifies the auxiliary treatment requirement. To change the options on the list, edit the Auxiliary Treatment select list in Catalog.

Auxiliary Treatment Type

Specifies the auxiliary treatment type for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Auxiliary Treatment select list in Catalog.

Interior Coating Requirement

Specifies the interior coating requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Coating Type sheet in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook in the reference data.

Interior Coating Type

Specifies the type of interior coating for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Coating Type sheet in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook in the reference data.

Interior Coating Area

Specifies the area of the interior coating for the object.

Exterior Coating Requirement

Specifies the coating requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Coating Type select list in Catalog.

Exterior Coating Type

Specifies the type of coating for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Coating Type select list in Catalog.

Exterior Coating Area

Specifies the area of the coating for the object.

Coating Color

Specifies the color of the object coating. To change the options on the list, edit the Coating Color select list in Catalog. Smart 3D includes this property in the painting area report.

See Also

Pipe End Feature Properties Dialog Box