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SmartPlant 3D

Common Applications Labs

Version 2007

January 2007

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
LAB-1: Session File, Tasks, View and Window Management ....................................4 LAB-2A: Filter Management System ........................................................................8 LAB-2B: Filter Management Object type................................................................14 LAB-2C: Filter Management Volume Filter ...........................................................16 LAB-2D: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab).........................................19 LAB-2E: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab) .........................................25 LAB-2F: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab) .........................................30 LAB-2G: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab).........................................33 LAB-3: Creating Surface Style Rule ..........................................................................36 LAB-4: Work Break Down Structure .........................................................................39 LAB-5: Inserting Control Points.................................................................................41 LAB-6: Tool Tip Editing ( Optional lab)....................................................................43 LAB-7: SQL Filter (This lab is for Advance users only)............................................46

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LAB-1: Session File, Tasks, View and Window Management


Objective
After This Lab Students will be able to Create a session file, modify settings, setup views and move around in a model Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain session template, session file, tasks, options, views and view manipulations 1 2 Start SmartPlant 3D using Start Programs Intergraph SmartPlant 3D SmartPlant 3D From the New dialog box, select the Empty template and click OK

From the Tasks menu, select Configure Task List

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Select all tasks from the left side and click Add. Then click OK. Now select Common from the Tasks menu. From the Window menu, select New Window three times such that four windows are open. From the Window menu select Tile Horizontally. Activate GraphicView1 by clicking in its title bar. From the named views pulldown on the Common toolbar, select Front.

10 Similarly set GraphicView2 to Top, GraphicView3 to Right and GraphicView4 to Isometric. 11 Select Tools , Options to bring up the Options dialog box. 12 On the units of measure tab, select ft-in for distance.

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13 On the SmartSketch tab, set the dwell time for stack = 0.1 Seconds 14 Select file, Save as and save the session file on your desktop For SP3D Setup and Admin class: This session file can be saved as session template. To save this as template, Select File menu, Save As and save this session template in \ProductDir\CommonApp\SessionTemplates\General The location for the Session Templates can be changed using the Tools->Option dialog box. Open this dialog and select the File Locations Tab. You can change this location to a UNC path and store all your session templates there.

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Common Applications 15 Select File menu > Define Workspace

16 Select the available training plant 17 Under filters, select more to open the Select Filter dialog 18 Expand the Plant Filters folder, Select all filter and Ok on the form

19 Ok on the define Workspace Form and Fit all views 20 Practice Different View Manipulation Commands

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LAB-2A: Filter Management System


Objective
After This Lab Students will be able to Create and or display different type of filters Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain filter creation, display, modify and selection. 1 Select File, Define Workspace

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Select More to open the Select Filter dialog Expand the Plant Filters folder, Select all filter and Ok on the form Ok on the define Workspace Form and Fit all views Select File, Define Workspace or CTRL W, select more Select My Filters folder, Select the Simple Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box.

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Common Applications 7 8 9 Name the filter U01 Select A2 , U01 on the System Tree to select objects Expand Coordinate Systems by clicking on the + sign. Note: Do NOT click the name Coordinate System

10 Press and hold the Ctrl key on the keyboard and select U01 CS. 11 Click OK to accept the filter definition.

12 Select the filter U01 13 Click OK to accept the selected filter 14 Click OK to bring all U01 objects into the workspace.

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15 Your View should now resemble the following graphic.

16 Select Define Workspace or CTRL W, select more 17 Select My Filters folder, Select the Simple Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box. 18 Name the filter U02. Select U02 on the System Tree to select objects 19 Expand Coordinate Systems by clicking on the + sign. Note: Do NOT click the name Coordinate System 20 Press and hold the Ctrl key on the keyboard and select U02 CS. Click OK to accept the filter definition. 10 SmartPlant 3D Common Applications Labs

Common Applications 21 Select the filter U02. Click OK to accept the selected filter. 22 Select OK to bring all U02 objects into the workspace

23 Create a new Simple Filter named U03, to include U03 and U03 CS.

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24 Create a new Simple Filter named U04, to include U04 and U04 CS 25 Create a new Simple Filter named U01 & U02, to include U01, U02, U01 CS and U02 CS

26 Your view should resemble this

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Common Applications 27 Create a new Simple filter U02 & U03, to include U02, U03, U02 CS and U03 CS

28 Select Define Workspace and select U01 to Display all objects in U01

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LAB-2B: Filter Management Object type


(Delivered Filters Selection only)
After This Lab Students will be able to select objects using object type filters Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain selection of objects using different filters. Also explain/show delivered catalog filters 1 2 3 4 5 Display U01 if not already displayed Select Tools, Select by Filter command to open the Select Filter dialog box. Under Catalog filters, expand Default Filters, SP3D Object Filters, Object Types and select Structure(select structure filter not the folder) Click OK to select all Structural objects in Displayed filter Your View should now resemble the following graphic.

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Select Tools, Hide Your view should resemble this

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Select tools, show all Select Tools, Select by Filter command to open the Select Filter dialog box.

10 Under Catalog filters, expand Default Filters, SP3D Object Filters, Object Types and select Cableway(select Cableway filter not the folder) 11 Click OK to select all Cableway objects in Displayed filter 12 Select Format Styles, Under Surface Tab select Green Color and select Apply Button 13 System will change all Electrical Objects to Green Color. Note: To change the Cableway back to original color, select cableway objects using same filter, select format - Styles and Select Apply Style by Rule and apply

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LAB-2C: Filter Management Volume Filter


Objective
After This Lab Students will be able to Create and/or display filters based on Volumes Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain Volume filter creation, display, modify and selection.

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Select define WorkSpace and select more Select the My Filters folder Select the Simple Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box Name the filter Volume U01 Select Plant name on Systems Tab Open Names Space Tab. Open the Named Space volume by Clicking on + sign

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Common Applications 7 8 9 Select Volume U01 Open the Volume Tab, and select Volume U01 Click OK

10 Select Volume U01 and OK 11 Ok on the define Workspace Form 12 Your view should resemble this

13 System display Volume U01, and all objects which are fully or partially inside the volume 14 To display objects only within the volume, select the volume and use clip by objects. Select the Volume(box) and do tools hide. 15 Select Tools->Show All to displays all objects again. Go to View->Clear Clipping to remove the clipped volume. 16 Create a new Filter name Volume U02, to include plant name from Systems tab, Volume U02 from Named space tab and Volume U02 from Volume tab 17 Display Volume U02. Now select the volume U02 from space tab on workspace explorer, and clip by object. Hide the Volume box. 18. Select Tools->Show All to displays all objects again. Go to View->Clear Clipping to remove the clipped volume

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LAB-2D: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab)


Defining a Filter based on Properties Equipment Approval Status (Asking Filter)
1 2 3 4 5 6 Define Workspace to show U01 Go to Tools, Select by Filter command to open the Select Filter dialog box Select the My Filters folder. Select the Simple Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box. Name the filter Equipment by Approval Status Switch to the Properties tab and click in the Property field. From the pulldown control, select More

This brings up the Select Properties dialog. In the Object type used as basis for property identification, select More

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Common Applications 8 Expand the Tree, and select Equipment under Equipment and Furnishing

Ok on the form

10 Under Relationships, Select Direct Property of the Object 11 Under Display Property in this Category, Select Standard

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12 Select Approval Status under properties and Ok on the form 13 Check the box under Ask

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Common Applications 14 Switch to Object Type Tab 15 Expand Equipment and Furnishing 16 Select Equipment as Object Type

17 OK on the form 18 Select the Equipment by Approval Status filter and OK on the select filter form 19 Select Approved for the Value

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20 Ok on the form. System will highlight all Approved Equipment in your Workspace

21 Select Tools, Select by Filter and Select Equipment by Approval Status filter.

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Common Applications 22 Select In Review for Value and Ok on the form. System will highlight all Equipment with Status of in review.

23 Similarly select all Equipment with Approval status of working.

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LAB-2E: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab)


Defining a Filter based on Properties Piping Run NPD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Define Workspace to show U01 Switch Task to Piping Select Tools, Select by Filter command to open the Select Filter dialog box. Select the My Filters folder. Select the Simple Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box. Name the filter Piping Run by NPD Switch to the Properties tab and click in the Property field From the pulldown control, select More Expand the Select Object Type tree and Select Pipe Parts and click OK.

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Common Applications 9 In the Relationship pulldown control, select Run to Part-Owner

10 In the Related object Type, select More to bring up the Select Object Type dialog box. Expand the Select Object Type tree and Select Pipe Run and click OK.

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Common Applications 11 In the property grid select NPD option and click OK.

12 Select equal operator in the operator field 13 Key-in 10 in the value field. 14 Repeat the above steps to include the NPD Unit type in the property grid. 15 Select contains operator in the operator field

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Common Applications 16 Key-in in in the value field

17 Click OK to create the filter. OK to accept it. 18 Your View should now resemble the following graphic.

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LAB-2F: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab)


Defining a Filter based on Properties Structural Section Names
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Define Workspace to show U01 Select Tools -> Select by Filter command to open the Select Filter dialog box Select the My Filters folder. Select the Simple Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box. Name the filter Members by Section Name Switch to the Properties tab and click in the Property field From the pulldown control, select More Select Member part prismatic, under Structure Members Under Relationship, Select Member part to Cross Section Under Related object type, Expand the Select Object Type tree and select Cross Section under Catalog

10 Under Display Property in this Category, Select Standard 11 Scroll down and select Section name

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12 Ok on the form 13 Select = for operator. 14 Type C10X15.3 for section name and ok on the form 15 Select Members by Section Name filter and select ok

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16 System Highlights all C10X15.3 in the Workspace

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LAB-2G: Filter Management Properties (Optional Lab)


Defining a Filter based on Properties Cableway Vendor Name
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Define Workspace to show U01 Select Tools, Select by Filter command to open the Select Filter dialog box Select the My Filters folder. Select the Simple Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box. Name the filter Tray by Vendor Switch to the Properties tab and click in the Property field From the pulldown control, select More Select Cableways parts, under Cableway Under Relationship, Select Part to Catalog Definition Under Related object type, Expand Catalog, Catalog Parts and select CableTray Part

10 Under Display Property in this Category, Select Standard 11 Scroll down and select Manufacturer

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12 Ok on the form. Select = for operator 13 Select Cooper B-Line for vendor from the Code list and ok on the form 14 Select Tray by Vendor filter and select ok

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Common Applications 15 System Highlights all Cooper B-Line Trays

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LAB-3: Creating Surface Style Rule


Objective
After This Lab Students will be able to Create surface style rules. Surface style rules combine filters with surface styles and apply them to selected aspects of objects. Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain creation of surface style rules. 1 2 3 Set your workspace to show U01 Select Format , Surface Style Rules Click New to define a new surface style rule.

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Key in All Piping , under rule name Under the Filter pulldown, select More Under Catalog filters, expand Default Filters, SP3D Object Filters, Object Types and select Piping(select Piping filter not the folder) Select Yellow for the style.

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Common Applications 8 Under Aspects uncheck everything except Simple Physical. Ok

To apply the rule, select the All Piping rule in the style rules library and Add it to the workspace using the Add button.

10 Click Ok to apply the rule 11 Using same method, create a new rule called All Structural objects.

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Common Applications 12 Under Catalog filters, expand Default Filters, SP3D Object Filters, Object Types and select Structure filter (Do not Select Structure folder) 13 Select Green as the Style to be applied and click OK to create the rule 14 Add this rule to the workspace and click OK.

15 Select Format Surface Style Rule. 16 Select Both Rules from Right side and Remove. 17 Ok on the form

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LAB-4: Work Break Down Structure


Objective
After This Lab Students will be able to assign Work Break Down item to existing objects Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain WBS. Assigning WBS using claim option and/or using WBS tab on WSE 1 2 3 4 5 Set your workspace to show U02 Select Tools, Select by Filter Under Catalog filters, expand Default Filters, SP3D Object Filters, Object Types and select Structure System will highlight all Structure objects from U02 From Active WBS, select Project 1 (Select more, and then select Project 1) Note: If Project 1 is not in the list, select the database option at the top of the form

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Go To Project and select Claim This will assign Project 1 to all Selected Objects While all Structural objects are selected, go to Project and select assign to WBS Open Project 1 and select Contract 2

10 Ok on the form 11 Review the properties of few Structural objects to make sure they have WBS assigned (on relationship Tab).

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LAB-5: Inserting Control Points


Objective
After This Lab Students will be able add control points to desired objects Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain control points and there use 1 2 3 4 5 6 Set your workspace to show U01 Go to the Main Menu and Select Format View option to open the Format View dialog box. Select Reference Geometry aspect in the list Hit OK button to close the dialog box. Go to the Main Menu and select Insert, Control Point option to open the control point ribbon bar. Select E-102 as the parent object of the control point

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Select Process Equipment in the Sub-Type combo box Place the control point at nozzle N1

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Select the control point and review its properties

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LAB-6: Tool Tip Editing ( Optional lab)


Objective
After This Lab Students will be able to edit tool tip label Lecture: Instructor Needs to explain Tool tips, and editing them in the model 1 2 Set your workspace to show U01 Select Tools, Options and click on the ToolTips tab

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Click the Object type field to open the object type tree view Select Equipment, under Equipment and Furnishing In the Label to use for the toolTip column, select Catalog data labels

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Expand the tree view and select ToolTipPartOcc and click OK.

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Select Edit label button Edit the label description as Equipment Type Under Layout field, Select the Dry Weight, Part Number and Part Class lines and delete them.

10 Under Properties filed, select Dry weight, Part Class and Part Number and select Remove 11 Select the empty column under Name and select Add 12 Under Object Type Used as Bases for Property Identification, select more, Expand equipment and furnishing and select Equipment 13 Under Relationship, select Direct property of object 14 Select Standard under Display properties in this category 15 Select Approval Status and OK 16 In Layout Field type Status: 17 Select Approval Status from Property field and select Insert Field Option

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18 Select all the fields under Layout and select the Format Button 19 Change the font to Arial, font style to bold and size to 8. 20 Hit OK button to save the label 21 Hit OK button to close the Tool option dialog box. 22 Now hover mouse over the pump to see the tooltip label.

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LAB-7: SQL Filter


(This lab is for Advance users only)

Objective
1 2 3 4 5 6 Set your workspace to show U01 Select Tools, Select by Filter command to open the Select Filter dialog box Select the Plant Filters folder Select the SQL Filter Icon to open The New Filter Properties dialog box Name the filter Objects based on Z Ranges Go to the General Tab and key in the following SQL statement, Select o.oid from jdobject o join jrange r on r.oid = o.oid where r.zmax < 2

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Click OK to create the filter OK to accept it The system should select all objects where their z-ranges are less than 2 meter

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10 Your View should now resemble the following graphic

11 Using same procedure, create another SQL filter based on permission group. Use the following SQL statement, select o.oid from jdobject o join jdpermissiongroup p on o.ConditionID = p.PermissionGroupID where p.Name like 'E%' 12 Click OK to create the filter. Ok to Accept 13 The system should select all electrical and equipment objects 14 Your View should now resemble the following graphic.

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