Piping Parts - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data

Intergraph Smart 3D Piping Reference Data

PPMProductFamily
3D Design and Visualization
PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory
Reference Data
Version_S3D
10.1(2014R1)

The Piping.xls and Ten_Specs_CatalogData.xls workbooks contain all the piping parts available in the delivered catalogdb.dat template. The Piping Catalog.xls workbook defines all the piping parts required for the sample specifications delivered in the Piping Specification.xls.

Almost all pipe parts are represented by symbols. You can find which symbol is used for a particular delivered part by looking in the SymbolDefinition column (usually cell C4) of the part sheet. Symbols are named with the text before the first comma. For example, GateValve,Ingr.SP3D.Content.Piping.GateValve uses the symbol GateValve.

The Smart 3D reference data identification number can be used as the catalog part number on the part class sheet, with the following exceptions:

  • Use of the Smart 3D reference data identification number cannot be used for bolts, nuts, washers or gaskets.

  • If the part number column exists on the part class sheet, a unique, non-blank value must exist; otherwise the part is not created.

Below is a complete listing of all the properties, both common and unique, that you will see on a part sheet.

Common Properties

The common properties are listed in the order that they appear, from left to right, on the part sheet. These properties are found on all part sheets.

Industry Commodity Code

Specify the industry commodity code for the part.

All industry commodity codes must be unique across the entire catalog.

Commodity Type

Type the piping commodity type short description or the corresponding codelist value. Valid codes and short descriptions are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the PipingCommodityType sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Geometric Industry Standard (Optional)

Enter the code that represents the source, normally either an industry standard or a manufacturer, used in the preparation of the catalog data applicable to the piping commodity. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the GeometricIndustryStandard sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Geometry Type

Type the geometry type code. It is important to specify the correct geometry type so that the software knows how to handle the object when placing it in the model. The geometry type is used for instruments and specialty items only and is not required if you have defined a short code. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the GeometryType sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Graphical Representation Or Not

Specify whether the part should appear in the model.

Symbol Definition

Type the symbol definition for the part.

Material Grade

Enter the material grade code for the part. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the MaterialGrade sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Lining Material

Type the code that defines the lining material, if any, for the part. Examples of lining material include epoxy, rubber, and plastic. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the LiningMaterial sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Bend Angle

Specify the bend angle, if any, for the part.

Bend Radius

Type the allowable bend radius as an absolute value. If you define a value in this column, do not define a value in the Bend Radius Multiplier column.

Bend Radius Multiplier

Type the NPD or OD multiplier to use to define the bend radius. This value is required only for pipe bends. If you define a value in this column, do not define a value in the Bend Radius column.

Mirror Behavior Option

Enter the code that represents the mirror behavior for the part.

Part Data Basis

Enter the code that represents the basis of the dimensional data defined in the part data. Set this value to recognize those components that require special treatment in terms of interpreting the symbol dimensional data. For example, the symbol is designed on the basis of a face-to-face dimension. However, the manufacturer provides the face-to-center dimension. The symbol can be designed to react accordingly on the basis of the value of this property.

Dry COG X

Type the center-of-gravity location for the part along the x-axis when the part is empty.

Dry COG Y

Type the center-of-gravity location for the part along the y-axis when the part is empty.

Dry COG Z

Type the center-of-gravity location for the part along the z-axis when the part is empty.

Water Weight

Enter the water weight of the part. Be sure to specify the units when entering this value.

Water COG X

Type the center-of-gravity location for the part along the x-axis when the part is filled with water.

Water COG Y

Type the center-of-gravity location for the part along the y-axis when the part is filled with water.

Water COG Z

Type the center-of-gravity location for the part along the z-axis when the part is filled with water.

You must manually type in the values for the respective piping components of the Dry and Water COG X, Y, and Z properties if you want these values to display in the model. The software does not automatically calculate these values.

Surface Area

Enter the surface area of the part. This value is required for determining the quantity of paint and insulation and the weight of the insulation. Be sure to specify the units when entering this value.

Volumetric Capacity

Specifies the amount of fluid that the part can hold. This value is required for the analysis of heat tracing requirements. Be sure to specify the units when entering this value.

Piping Point Basis

Type the piping point basis code that identifies the function of the port. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the PipingPointUsage sheet in the Codelist Number column.

ID

Type a unique identifying name for the port. This is the piping point identification and is used to name the port of a component. If you do not enter an ID name, then the software automatically generates the port name using the nominal piping diameter, the end preparation, the pressure rating (when the pressure value is other than null or blank), and the schedule or thickness (when the value is other than null or blank).

Pressure Rating

Enter the pressure rating short description for the part port. Valid short descriptions are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the PressureRating sheet in the PressureRating ShortDescription column.

End Preparation

Enter the end preparation code for the part port. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the EndPreparation sheet in the Codelist Number column.

End Standard

Enter the end standard code for the part port. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the EndStandard sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Schedule Thickness

Type the schedule thickness short description for the part port. Valid short descriptions are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the ScheduleThickness sheet in the Schedule Thickness Short Description column.

Flow Direction

Enter the flow direction code for the port. Specifying the correct flow direction code for each part port is very important because the software automatically orients the part to the flow direction of the pipe or port that the part is connected to. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the FlowDirection sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Dry Weight

Enter the empty weight of the part. Be sure to specify the units when entering this value.

NPD

Type the nominal piping diameter for the part port. Unless you specify otherwise, the software defines port 1 as the primary port.

NPD Unit Type

Specify the units for the NPD column. For example, type mm or in.

The steam blowout port, if included, should always be created last for a steam trap. This process makes the blowout the last (presumably the third) port. Pipe manufacturing treats the steam blowout as a tapped connection. If nothing is attached to the steam blowout, then the port is not represented on the isometric.

Unique Properties

Unique properties are listed in alphabetical order. These properties are found on one or more part sheets, but not all part sheets.

Act Fl Width

Type the width of the actuator flange.

Act Fl Diameter

Type the diameter of the actuator flange.

Act Width

Type the width of the actuator.

Act Diameter

Type the diameter of the actuator.

Angle

Specify the default attribute angle for the reinforcing pad.

Base to Inlet

Type the distance between the base of the steam trap and the inlet port.

Base to Outlet

Type the distance between the base of the steam trap and the outlet port.

Disc Width

Type the width of the butterfly valve disc.

Disc Diameter

Type the diameter of the butterfly valve disc.

Face 2 to Branch

Type the distance from the port 2 face to the branch point.

Face 1 to Center

Type the length from the port 1 face to center.

Face 2 to Center

Type the length from the port 2 face to center.

Face to Center

Type the distance from the face of the port to the center of the part.

Face to End

Type the distance from the face of the port to the end of the cap.

Face to Face

Type the distance from the port 1 face to the port 2 face.

Face to Header Surface

Type the distance from the face of the olet to the header surface.

Figure 8 Inter Axis

Specify the distance between center points of the figure 8 blank.

Handle to Center

Specify the distance from the handle to the center of the paddle blind.

Handwheel Diameter

Specify the diameter of the handwheel.

Hole in Header

Type the hole diameter.

Lever Length

Specify the lever length of the butterfly valve operator.

Major Body Diameter

Specify the diameter of the part.

ND

Type the diameter of the motor.

NL

Type the length of the motor.

Nozzle Length

Specify the length of the nozzle.

Operator Height

Type the height of the operator.

Operator Length

Type the length of the operator.

Operator Diameter

Specify the length of the angle valve operator.

Outlet Offset

Type the offset for the outlet port.

Rotation

Specify the handwheel angle.

RPad Width

Specify the width of the reinforcing pad.

Rpad Thickness

Specify the thickness of the reinforcing pad.

SCV Nozzle Dia

Type the nozzle diameter for the swing check valve.

SCV Flange Dia

Type the flange diameter for the swing check valve.

SCV Flange Thk

Type the flange thickness for the swing check valve.

SCV Length

Type the length of the swing check valve.

SCV Height

Type the height of the swing check valve.

SCV Nozzle Length

Type the nozzle length of the swing check valve.

ST Height

Type the overall height of the steam trap.

Stem Height

Specify the stem height of the operator.

Stem Width

Type the width of the stem.

Stem Diameter

Type the diameter of the stem.

Stem Fl Width

Type the width of the stem flange.

Stem Fl Diameter

Type the diameter of the stem flange.

Union Diameter

Specify the diameter of the union.

Valve Height

Specify the height of the valve.

Y4 Stem Height

Specify the stem height of the operator.

Y5 Operator Diameter

Specify the diameter of the operator.

Y6 Handwheel To Op Top

Specify the distance between the center of the handwheel and the top of the operator.

Y7 Operator Height

Specify the height of the operator.

Y8 Handwheel Projection

Specify the distance between the center of the operator and the center of the handwheel.

Y9 Handwheel Diameter

Specify the diameter of the handwheel.

Y9 Operator Arm Projection

Specify the distance between the center of the operator and the end of the arm.

Y10 Handwheel Offset

Specify the distance between the center of the handwheel and the center of the operator.

Y10 Operator Arm Width

Specify the width of the projection arm.

Y11 Handwheel To Stem Top

Specify distance between the center of the handwheel and the top of the stem.

Y11 Handwheel to Arm

Specify the distance between the center of the arm and the outside edge of the handwheel.

Y12 Handwheel Diameter

Specify the diameter of the handwheel.

Y13 Handwheel To Stem Top

Specify the distance between the center of the handwheel and the top of the stem.