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Pro/Piping Basic Training -ASHISH A. SHAH -TEJAS B. SHAH

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  • Pro/Piping

    Basic Training

    -ASHISH A. SHAH -TEJAS B. SHAH

  • CONTENTS OF THE TRAINING:

    1. Pro/piping introduction

    2. Line stocks

    3. Routing techniques

    4. Modifying pipelines

    5. Fittings

    6. Piping information and drawings

  • MODULE 1 - INTRODUCTION

  • vPRO/PIPING INTRODUCTION

    Optional module

    Available in assembly mode only

    Go to Application/Piping

    Rigid/Flexible pipes

    Parameter associativity.

  • DIFFERENT TERMINOLOGIES

    Pipeline: An assembly feature consisting of line segments that represent the centerline of the pipe.

    Pipeline parameters: Parameters that define information such as fluid type, flow direction, pressure, etc.

    Fitting: A part that you assemble at the location where a pipe joins another pipe, is terminated, or is clamped.

    Line stock: A list of parameters that define the size and shape of the material used to create a pipe.

  • Regular Model Tree Model Tree in piping view

  • MODULE 2 - LINE STOCKS

  • vLINE STOCKS(*.STK)

    For new line stock creation

    Read/Write option

    Edit option

  • Defines Name, material and grade of the pipe.

    Defines shape and x-section type of the pipe.

    Defines pipe and corner types.

    Size parameters.

    Default value\value\..

  • Different design rule parameters and User-defined parameters.

  • MODULE 3 - ROUTING

  • vROUTING TECHNIQUES

    Route menu options:

    Pipe environment control

    EZRouter

    To pnt/port

    Extend

    Follow

    Connect

    Branch

  • MODULE 4 - MODIFYING PIPELINES

  • vMODIFYING PIPELINES

    Modifying corner type

    Modifying parameters

    Modifying flow direction

    Modifying line stock

    Modifying Flex shape

  • SQUARE MITER

    DIFFERENT CORNER TYPES

    DIAGONAL MITER

    BEND FITTING

  • Modification of parameters Modification of line stock

  • FLOW DIRECTION CHANGE

  • FIXED LENGTH/FREE LENGTH INTERCHANGE

  • MODULE 5 - FITTINGS

  • FITTINGS

    ADDING FITTINGS

    TYPES OF FITTINGS

    FITTINGS AND COMPONENTS

  • ADDING FITTINGS

    A fitting is an assembly component, typically a part, that you add to the piping system to perform a specific function.

    Essentiality of Entry Ports and Datum Points for assembling

    Pro/LIBRARY_ACCESS license

    Fittings in a piping system can be placed using piping functionality, or conventional assembly techniques

  • There are three types of Fittings:

    TYPES OF FITTINGS

    CORNER FITTINGS END FITTINGS INTERNAL, or

    STRAIGHT FITTINGS

  • FITTINGS PLACEMENT TECHNIQUES

    Allow the system to orient it along the pipeline

    Insert it at a pipe end (End Fittings)

    Insert it at a corner of a pipeline (Corner Fittings)

    Insert it at a selected point and break the pipe at the entry ports (Straight break Fittings)

  • MANIPULATING FITTINGS AFTER PLACEMENT

    Delete it from a pipeline

    Change its orientation

    Flip its ends 180 degrees

    Twist it along the positive z-axis, and specify a value for rotation

    Align the x-axis of an entry port with a selected edge

    Align the y-axis of an entry port with a selected edge

    Replace one fitting with another one

  • FITTINGS AND COMPONENTS

    Line Assemblies

    A line assembly is an inseparable piping assembly that is designed, ordered and tracked by the customer as a single unit.

    Note: All pipelines should be routed within a line assembly

  • PIPING COMPONENTS All piping components should be assembled into the piping assembly.

    The best way to locate piping components is to define datum geometry in the piping skeleton and mate the components to the skeleton.

  • EXTRACTING A MODEL An extracted model is a combination of different fittings and pipes that is documented as a single entity.

    The extracted model has a .prt extension, but only one feature (a merge), regardless of the number of components it references.

    After you select parts to include in the extract model, you can create a drawing of it.

  • MODULE SUMMARY

    A fitting library is a family table.

    Fitting parts require entry ports and typically a datum point, in order to be considered fittings.

    Fittings can be placed with conventional assembly techniques or the special insert fittings.

    Using insert fittings gives you the ability to replace, flip and twist fittings.

    An extract model is merge of fittings and solid pipes.

  • MODULE 6 Piping Information and Drawings

  • Generating Piping bend location information

    Generating Piping machine location information

    Using Pro/REPORT functionality in a table format to retrieve Bill of Materials information into a drawing

    PIPING INFORMATION & DRAWINGS

  • Using the Info option in the PIPING menu, various types of information can be generated about a piping assembly in the following ways :

    Obtain the length of a selected pipeline, segment, or line stock

    Create bend machine and bend location tables

    Generate a Bill of Materials

    For a selected pipeline, obtain the name of the working assembly, pipeline, and current line stock

    For a selected pipeline, obtain the name of the working assembly, pipeline, and current line stock, as well as the material, diameter, length, and wall thickness of the pipe

    Check for line stock parameter violations

    OBTAINING ENGINEERING INFORMATION

  • CREATING PIPE DRAWINGS

    Drawings can be created for:

    The entire assembly including pipelines

    The solid pipes themselves

    Extract models of pipelines and fittings

    Various Pro/REPORT tables with engineering information

  • CHECKING FOR VIOLATIONS

    To identify the violations that have been imposed upon existing pipes, you can perform a Check Pipe using parameters entered into the LINESTOCK dialog box.

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