Provided industry-oriented functionalities give users the ability to design the tubing systems in a realistic way. When the product is used with CATIA — Tubing Diagrams 2 TUD product, users optimize the design process by propagating and streamlining data and design intent, from the functional diagram to the 3D detailed design. Integrating the two design stages ensures the design intent is captured at the detailed design phase. One can annotate and validate the model, query data and generate appropriate report information with an intuitive an productive user interface. It allows users to customize object models, by providing the ability to define sub-classes and add attributes.

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Introduction to Tubing Design 2. General Philosophy 3. Accessing the Workbench 4. User Interface 5. Tubing Design Fundamentals 6. Understanding the General Process 7. Selecting a Project and a Discipline 8.

Routing a Tubing Run Routing a Flexible Tubing Routing a Tubing Bundle Modifying a Tubing Run p. Managing Spools Placing and Modifying Parts on a Tubing Run Adding Insulation and loose Parts Managing Flow Direction Transferring Element Object Navigator Graphic Representation Schematic Driven Saving a Tubing Document Generating Reports Managing Compartment Membership Managing Penetration Space Reservation Generic Routing?

Incorporate required modifications Discovered during the clash detection process? Identify Tubing Spools? Generate nodal coordinates list for NC? Line ID is a logical concept. It is a mechanism for identifying and organizing tubing segments and the components you place in them.

It defines a Tubing Line and the properties attached to it. When you create a line ID you assign characteristics: nominal size, specification, pressure attributes, heat tolerance and other characteristics you want to be known. A line ID is shown, with a name, a diameter and a specification.

This diameter and specification can change along the Line ID. They are not visible in Schematic. They are visible in Schematic. Ex : A Pump can be electrically and hydraulically connected. It should be placed with the Equipment Arrangement workbench. Equipments are : Pumps, Vessels, Actuators, etc.

Equipment can be a Nozzles are objects defining the connections of tubes on equipment. A Run is only a basic geometry : To define the main path of the future tube. To allow to place components. To allow preliminary analyses. For analysis purposes the Run diameter can be different of Tube Specific diameter.

A Function is a logical concept near of the Schematic sense of a component. A Function has no physical dimensions. Functions allow the choice of rules to apply during the placement of the component. Functions Catalogs. Several sets of Rules can be stored and made accessible for designers. This set of rules are called Projects.

Select the Start Student Notes: Menu 2. Route a Run ……………………………………………………………… Transfer Element …………………………………………………………………….. Create Tubing Spool welded assembly ……………………………………….. If you check these options, objects in the specifications tree will be organized under Products node and grouped by type as shown below. In some organizations, Lines are pre-defined.

You can create more Line IDs than you want. You may enter all known characteristics for the new Tubing Line ID, but, at a minimum, you must assign values for Nominal size and Tube Specification properties. To use this name click the Set to default button. To use a different name enter it in the ID field. Click OK. Select the Line ID you want to delete. If the Line ID you selected has any members, a message will display alerting you that all members belonging to that Line ID will be deleted.

The Line ID and all its members will be deleted. Click on the member you want to Transfer. It will be transferred to the Line ID you had selected. You can also use Multi-select to Transfer several members at a time :? Select the members you want to transfer by clicking and dragging. They will change colour once selected.

Click the Transfer Line ID button. Select the Line ID to which you want to transfer the members. You will be alerted that you are about to transfer the members. The members will be transferred. Select the Line ID you want to merge. All members that belong to this Line ID will be selected. The lower field will display the Line IDs to which it can be merged.

The Graphic tab allows you to change the appearance of the object. Click the More button if you want to see other tabs. Later you must click on the Design Table Button to access the Rules. The Turn radius and Minimum length will be governed by the Nominal Size you selected. Turn Rules Design Table button activates the Rules options. Center to outside. Connectors exist on Parts like Equipments and Nozzles.

Equipments are placed with the Equipment Arrangement Workbench. These Equipments are stored in Catalogs. Connectors are publications, you must have write access at the level you want to place it. You have the possibility to choose the level of the connector in the tree structure.

You generally choose the Product Level when you have equipments. Click on the first component connector to start flexible and second one to end. Flexibles routed inside the Bundle keep their individualities. Click Tubing Bundle command to create a Bundle. Flexible Bundle dialog box displayed.

Click where you want to begin your Tubing Bundle and click two more points to create a simple bundle. Select Apply. Your bundle looks similar to the picture below. Click the point at the entry point of the Bundle, then on the exit point, and finally where the route will terminate.

The route will be updated as shown below. Double click on the concerned segment. In this case you must correct the first segment. Part Design will open.



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