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Design Assurance Program

TCO Facility Engineering Department


Capital Projects Group.

Section 5

Design Documentation Review Checklists

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Contents

Summary ................................................................................................................................................. 4
1. Purpose, Scope, and Objectives ..................................................................................................... 4
Application within FE Capital Projects Execution ............................................................................ 5
2. Procedures ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Methods .......................................................................................................................................... 6
Review Standards ............................................................................................................................ 7
3. Resources, Roles and Responsibilities ........................................................................................... 9
Resources ........................................................................................................................................ 9
Roles ................................................................................................................................................ 9
Design Review LACTI Table............................................................................................................ 10
4. Definitions and Acronyms ............................................................................................................ 11
5. Measurement and Verification .................................................................................................... 11
6. Continual Improvement ............................................................................................................... 12
7. References and Attachments ....................................................................................................... 12

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Summary
Final Design Document Reviews validate the design deliverables. Reviews are conducted by TCO FE
engineering staff on all capital projects to ensure consistent, complete and accurate incorporation of
applicable OE requirements and TCO standards into the design, construction, commissioning (or
decommissioning) and transition to operations of new or modified facilities. The objective of Design
Review is to assure that the project’s design basis, technical development plans, and the completeness
of key project deliverables meet TCO’s expectations and standards. This procedure describes methods
used for effective, efficient engineering for all FE capital projects.

1. Purpose, Scope, and Objectives

When the design deliverables are completed during project execution, the TCO engineering team
conducts a final check that the design safely conforms with TCO standards and previously approved
IFD documents. The TCO engineering team reviewers may be augmented by other project team
members and SMEs for the design reviews. The main purpose of design reviews is for the project team
to perform a validation of the on-going work. An important defining characteristic of design reviews
is that they are simply reviews and not approvals. TCO does not approve deliverables produced by a
contractor, but reviews them for quality and robustness of design.
The differences between Design Assurance and Design Review methods are presented in
X-0000-A-MAN-10007 - Design Review Meetings, section 1. TCO FE Capital Projects currently uses the
Design Review method for all projects because of the limited daily oversight on smaller FE engineering
projects and due to lower competency level of the regular engineering contractors used by the
department.

Final Design reviews should be performed in accordance with a project and phase-specific Design
Review Plan. The number of final design reviews will depend on work breakdown structure and
procurement plans of the specific project. Typically Final Design Reviews are performed at the
conclusion of engineering work and are the last engineering “inspection point” before the documents
are released for procurement and construction.

Objectives of final design reviews include:


1. Provide detailed check of high risk design features of the project.
2. Provide checks of design deliverables at a system level such that errors found can be
used to assess design process failures and correct as well as guide to what other parts
of design packages may have problems.
3. Increase integrity of work
o Find conflicts between work (both inter and intra-discipline)
o Allow Engineering team an opportunity to take a “step back” after completion
of a work package for review
4. Ensure that TCO processes are being followed (documentation process, review cycles,
design development, etc.)
5. Eliminate unwanted surprises during construction and prevent added costs and
schedule delays from field resolution and rework.

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Application within FE Capital Projects Execution


FE Capital Projects are managed by Project Engineers. The Project Engineers have overall
responsibility for the project execution as well as client approval, funding, RoK compliance, and
turnover to TCO Operations. The FE Capital Projects group directs the work processes of the Project
Engineers with the Project Assurance Guide (PAG). The PAG is a broad document which includes all
functions of capital project management. The scope of this procedure is focused on the technical
work content provided by the FE discipline engineering functions.

The purpose of this document is to give guidance to FE engineering project teams on how to preform
high quality technical reviews of final engineering deliverables. It is specifically targeted to the work
of discipline engineers.

The objective for this procedure is to cause high quality, efficient execution of engineering work during
Phase 4. Through standard application of this process, FE engineering teams will assure consistently
complete deliverables by the ERP. This procedure is also intended to orient new TCO facility engineers
on job expectations for technical support from discipline and project engineering roles.

This procedure is applicable to all FE capital projects. It is written for the scope of a typical large, multi-
discipline plant project. Engineering judgment should be used to scale the scope of inputs and
deliverables to the nature of the specific project. However, the concepts are generally applicable to
all work – even single discipline or non-process related projects. The content of the inputs and
deliverables will vary between projects, but the approach shall be applied to all FE capital projects.

2. Procedures

The Project Assurance Guide provides an overview of all project team engagements used by the FE
Capital Project group. It sequences various reviews with phase-gate approval processes and
coordinates the interfaces to other stakeholders. Technical engineering reviews are a subset of the
PAG engagements. During the course of project developments, the team project should follow the
Design Review Plan for in process reviews. This is presented in X-000-A-MAN-10007 “Design Review
Meetings”. The efficient segregation of the engineering inspection reviews by in-process elements
and final design documents are already covered there and in the attachments to that section.

Final Design Review Planning and Prioritization


Design reviews should be done on a planned basis to get the best leverage of the owner’s team
resources. Facility criticality and other risk and cost factors will be considered when developing the
Design Review Plan. The Technical Services Discipline Engineering Team will develop the a review
strategy for each discipline so the tasks can be shared and detailed checks performed at the best level
given the group’s staff.

The areas of the triangle in the figure below represent the how the volume of final content to be
checked expands with the level of detail to be examined. The items on the top are fewer in number,
but conceptually more complex. These aspects require review by more experienced Sr. Engineers. At
each level down the triangle the volume of content increases, but the details are less critical to the
project and can be checked by less senior staff. The solid arrow represents the areas that review

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covers 100% of the job package content for the discipline staff level, while the dashed arrow
represents a reasonable spot check that the work has checked by the next level. This may be either a
lower fraction (~10% check) or by an assurance confirmation that the next level is doing the checking
in an appropriate manner.

Figure 1 – Typical Document Review Responsibilities

Early in Phase 4, the discipline team shall communicate to the Project Engineer which team members
are to perform the final design reviews. The Project Engineer will then incorporate the assignments
into the project’s Master Distribution List for IMC to provide documents during the final review cycle.

Generally TCO engineers will not perform a 100% check of document content. This remains the duty
of the ERP who prepared the deliverables. As part of the review plan, each discipline group will set a
prioritization for how the JP deliverables will be reviewed according to project risks. Appendix 3
presents the prioritization matrix for each discipline by general document type.

Methods
The goal for the review of late phase engineering deliverables is to confirm outputs are consistent
with the previously validated FEED deliverables. With a considerably higher level of detail, it is not
practical to check all content. Review methods should focus on confirming critical design aspects have
been transferred to detailed drawings. Inter-discipline coordination gaps are often discovered during
this stage of review.

Like in-process reviews, a best practice for performing the Final Design Review is to use a small team.
Team reviews in a facilitated meeting will promote discussion and save time caused by many reviewers
individually making the same comments. The advantage of this approach is that the ERP should be
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present and can address how engineering analysis has been incorporated into the design details. For
example, pipe stress analysis must be completed before isometric drawings can be finalized.
Questioning how the results of the stress analysis were used for the pipe and support design can be
more easily confirmed during a meeting than by reviewing the drawing in isolation. Otherwise the
engineering analysis must be provided with the final design output drawings in for TCO reviews.
Likewise, vendor data and drawings for equipment and skids will also be required to complete ERP
document reviews.

The review team should have access to all notes and comments from the previous work. These are
required to ensure that issues identified during PHA, Mid-design, and Constructability reviews have
been addressed.

If the project has been divided into construction phases, adequate information for previous or future
released JPs must be provided. A common example is for an early tie-in job package. The ERP should
have completed enough engineering on the later construction phases to assure that the tie-in
locations are selected I the correct process and physical locations. Therefore, P&IDs and arrangement
drawings for the other construction JPs should be available and must be provided in order to support
the review of the early works JPs.

Review Standards
TCO Engineering Standards forms the primary engineering review basis. TCO engineering
specifications are the core instructions for technical execution. All are searchable on the TES site.
Specifications are organized as general guidance for early phase engineering, design requirements for
engineering, and details for procurement of materials. Design outputs shall be reviewed for
conformance to the appropriate specification level. Note that designs shall conform to all
specifications unless exceptions are approved through EI-004 “Engineering Instruction for
Specification Variations or Update”.

Reviewing engineers must be familiar with these specifications in order to validate designs against
TCO standards.

Audit with Advanced Tools


Engineering contractors increasing use database design tools to control workflow. This is particularly
common in instrumentation design. TCO has standardized on Smart Plant Instrumentation application
for managing these records and it is most common amongst large EPCs. Design review should be done
within the source database as much as possible to allow “machine audits” tools validation of design.
Details of these reviews are included in Contractor Review and Audit X-0000-A-MAN-10005 (section 2
of DAP).

Engineering contractors also frequently use 3D design tools for physical layout of pipe and structures.
MCP-7260-EM-PCD-PRC-0000-01064 “3D Modeling Guide” is included by attachment to the Design
Review Meetings section of this manual. This guide explains how the TCO can use reports from the
3D model as an assurance check against design clashes in the extracted construction drawings.

The FE Technical Services Group may elect to create a separate model to check critical pipe and
structural designs and compare to laser scan point cloud information of the existing plant in order to
validate fit-up and avoid clashes.

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Checking Tools and Documents Validating Review


Discipline and deliverable specific checklists are attached to aid in the review of final design
documentation. Engineers shall use the checklists to guide and document their reviews. Completed
checklists shall be provided to the Sr. Engineer responsible for the JP review and made available to
the Project Engineer.

Comments on JPs are collected by the ADR and recorded according to IMC procedure
PRO-2012-A-0727 “Managing IFC Contractor Job Pack” and A-ST-5041 “Facilities Engineering
Contractor Design Review and Approval Process”. All reviews shall record comments or provide
checklists to the ADR who will make a comprehensive comment log sheet to return to the ERP for
rework.

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3. Resources, Roles and Responsibilities

Use of FE Technical Support Group for Final Design Review is to improve confidence in delivering safe,
predictable and competitive results. The level of FE services will be defined on a project specific basis
by the Project Engineer. FE Technical Support Group are responsible for the provision of project
specific technical review agenda and\or checklists against which the design will be reviewed and upon
which comments and action items will be captured.
Involve the right SMEs, partners, contractors, vendors, suppliers, and stakeholders as appropriate
throughout the design review process to gain the right expertise at the right time. SMEs also serve as
a common project platform to relay appropriate lessons learned. Carefully consider when
involvement is needed from stakeholders and partners. For instance, P&IDs generally require more
extensive review from stakeholders.

Resources
Technical Support Group Supervisor (B2B Tengiz)
FE Technical Support Group Engineers – Civil & Structural, Piping & Mechanical, Electrical &
Instrumentation
• Lead Engineer / Sr. Engineer/ Engineering Advisor (B2B Tengiz and Atyrau)
• Engineers (B2B Tengiz and Atyrau)
• Design Engineers (B2B Tengiz)
Standards and Documentation Supervisor (B2B Tengiz)
FE Project Engineers (B2B Tengiz)
FE Process Engineering
ADR – Atyrau Design Representative/s from FE Technical Support Group
Document Controller – TCO IMC Department
Roles
SME – Lead discipline engineers and Advisors within the Technical Support Group of FE projects fulfill
the role of SMEs for various disciplines. There are also other SMEs available within TCO to approach
for additional technical knowledge. Global SMEs are based within the ETC group of Chevron.
Project Management – Project Engineers perform all functions and coordinate interfaces with all
stakeholder groups including: Operations, Finance, FECG, Automation, HSE, Procurement, Land
Allotment, and Business Services. Responsible for compiling and approval of decision support
documents. Has the overall responsibility of ensuring that the right level and frequency of reviews
are being performed. Establishes a plan early of how reviews will be performed and how to
incorporate findings. Ensures the right people are available to participate in reviews (team members,
SMEs, partners, etc.)
Technical Support - FE Discipline Engineers assigned to the project are responsible for providing
technical inputs to each phase, answering engineering queries from ERP, and performing design
assurance activities for all engineering deliverables.

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Design team Members - Plan and coordinate design reviews; includes the right people and plan time
for pre-review as needed; participates actively in reviews; implements changes and improvements
identified .

Design Review LACTI Table

Legend

TCO Project Engineer

FE Design Engineers

Management Center
FECG Construction
Discipline Engineer
L – Lead

TCO Sr. or Lead


A – Approve

Representative
TCO Discipline
C – Consult

Information
T – tasked

Engineers
I - Informed

ADR

ERP
Activity Steps Guidance Document

Project Execution
Assign Discipline Engineers to Review
C L I I I
Team
Create Engineering Review Plan L C I I I I

Develop Master Distribution Matrix L I I I I I C

Pre-review activities

Monitor progress T T T C

Decide that Project is ready for review A C C I I L


Distribute Documents and supporting
T I I I I T T
information
Review

Confirm Technical Responsibilities I L T T I

Confirm Advanced Checking Methods C L T T I T

Perform JP reviews I L T T T T I I

Collect validation reports and checklists L T T T

Consolidate comment log sheet I I I I I L T I

Return comments to Contractor I C L I

Resolve engineering comments L T I T

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4. Definitions and Acronyms

CPDEP – Chevron Project Development and Execution Process


ERP – Engineering Responsible Party. Typically an engineering contractor, but can also be TCO in-
house engineering team.
FE – Facility Engineering Department
IMC – Information Management Center
P&ID – Piping and Instrument Diagram
PAG – The Project Assurance Guide is used by the Project Engineers as a basis for their project
documentation. These documents are compiled by the Project Engineer and then some of these
documents like SOW, List of Deliverables, etc. are given to discipline engineers of the Technical
Support Group for checking and completion.
PHA – Process Hazard Analysis
TCO Specifications (TES) – TCO has a set of Specifications for equipment and designs, which are
updated periodically and the latest of these can be viewed on the TCO Webpage or can be obtained
from TCO IMC Department. The FE Technical Support Group is responsible to maintain these
specifications and all discrepancies must be addressed to them.
TCO Standards – TCO has a set of installation standards for equipment and designs which are called
Installation Standards or Hook-Ups by different disciplines. These are updated periodically and the
latest of these can be viewed on the TCO Webpage or can be obtained from TCO IMC Department.
The Technical Support Group of FE Projects is responsible to maintain these standards and all
discrepancies must be addressed to them. Only in exceptional cases will Engineering Contractors or
TCO Design Offices be allowed to create project specific standards.
Technical Support Group Design Assurance Program – This document forms part of the Technical
Support Group design Assurance Program. The document number of the Index of the Design
Assurance Program is X-0000-A-MAN-10003 (section 0) and the Introduction and Overview document
number is X-0000-A-MAN-10004 (section 1). This program establishes the quality processes which will
form the backbone of the Engineering and Design Processes.

5. Measurement and Verification

Verification that complete engineering inputs are transferred will first be done by review of BOD and
SOW documents for all projects by the Discipline Engineering Supervisors. This is an ongoing review
as documents are completed before release to Engineering Contractors.

A semi-annual review of project schedules from EPF, EFF, and EDN groups will be performed in order
to determine whether any projects were not reviewed at the time of issue. IMC transmittal records
will be checked against group schedules to verify that documents are released under proper IMC
control.

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While engineering inputs can impact the entire life-cycle performance of project, the impacts of input
delivery are most easily measured on the engineering processes of Phase 3 and 4. Effects on project
execution will be measured in terms of quality, schedule, and cost impacts.

• Quality – number of engineering queries, number of comments during design reviews, phase
gate recycle.
• Schedule – delays on engineering deliverables relative to original engineering CTR.
• Cost – change orders for engineering deliverables relative to original engineering CTR.
Additional metrics for the engineering and design processes are covered in document Measurement
Engineering Quality Performance X-0000-A-MAN-10010 (section 7).

6. Continual Improvement

Lessons Learned reviews will be conducted on each Project. By review of specific lessons learned
applicable to quality, the Quality Assurance Team will continually improve the effectiveness of the
Quality Assurance Plan.

This procedure is published as Rev 0 with the understanding that more detailed review guidance will
be developed. Additional checklists and procedures will be added to this procedure as they are
incrementally developed.

7. References and Attachments

Document numbers for TCO Checklists/Documents are listed below. For documents not incorporated
into the TCO document control system, refer to the Appendices listed.
Project Documentation Maintaining Procedure
(General documentation procedure)
Document Number:
X-0000-A-PRO-10089 - Project Documentation Maintaining Procedure
Job-pack QA/QC Check-sheets
(Job Pack Checklists for all Disciplines)
Appendix 1
Civil and Structural Discipline Checklists including
Document Numbers:
X-0000-S-LST-10001 - Drainage / Underground Layout
X-0000-S-LST-10002 – Road and Paving Layout
X-0000-S-LST-10003 – Site Plan Drawings
X-0000-M-LST-10001 - Structural Concrete Layout

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X-0000-M-LST-10002 - Structural Steelwork Layout


X-0000-Q-LST-10001 - Foundation Layout
X-0000-R-LST-10001 – Architectural Layout
X-0000-S-LST-10008 – Pond and Basin Geomembrane Drawings
Mechanical and Piping Discipline Checklists including
Document Number: X-0000-L-LST-10024 (including 8 Checksheets)
113-085-PI-CHK-0001 – Piping – P&ID Checklist
113-085-PI-CHK-0002 – Piping – Plot Plan
113-085-PI-CHK-0003 – Piping – Isometrics
113-085-PI-CHK-0004 – Piping – General Arrangement
113-085-PI-CHK-0005 – Piping – Underground Piping Plan
113-085-PI-CHK-0006 – Piping – Pipe Support Details
113-085-PI-CHK-0007 – Piping – Stress Analysis
Electrical Discipline Checklists
Document Number: X-0000-P-LST-10004 (including 15 Checksheets)
TCO-EL-CHK-0001: Electrical – Cable Routing Layouts
TCO-EL-CHK-0002: Electrical - Cable Tray Layouts
TCO-EL-CHK-0003: Electrical – Earthing (Grounding) Layouts
TCO-EL-CHK-0004: Electrical – Hazardous Area Classification drawing
TCO-EL-CHK-0005: Electrical – Installation Details
TCO-EL-CHK-0006: Electrical – Lighting and small power Layouts
TCO-EL-CHK-0007: Electrical - Schematics
TCO-EL-CHK-0008: Electrical - Single Line Diagrams
TCO-EL-CHK-0009: Electrical – Switchroom Layouts
TCO-EL-CHK-0010: Electrical - System (Key) Single Line Diagram
TCO-EL-CHK-0011: Electrical – Termination Diagrams
TCO-EL-CHK-0012: Electrical – Cable Schedule
TCO-EL-CHK-0013: Electrical - Specification
TCO-EL-CHK-0014: Electrical – Datasheet checklist
TCO-EL-CHK-0015: Electrical – Trace Heating Isometrics
Instrumentation Discipline Checklists
Document Number: X-0000-J-LST-10003 (including 16 Checksheets)
TCO-IC-CHK-0001: Instrument – Cable Block Diagrams

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TCO-IC-CHK-0002: Instrument – Cable Schedules


TCO-IC-CHK-0003: Instrument – Cause & Effect Diagrams
TCO-IC-CHK-0004: Instrument – Communications Layouts
TCO-IC-CHK-0005: Instrument – Field bus Loop Diagrams
TCO-IC-CHK-0006: Instrument – I/O List
TCO-IC-CHK-0007: Instrument - Index
TCO-IC-CHK-0008: Instrument – Installation Hook-up Diagrams
TCO-IC-CHK-0009: Instrument – Interconnection Diagrams
TCO-IC-CHK-0010 - Instrument –Location & Layout Drawings
TCO-IC-CHK-0011: Instrument - Logic Diagrams
TCO-IC-CHK-0012: Instrument – Loop Diagrams
TCO-IC-CHK-0013: Instrument – Panel GA’s
TCO-IC-CHK-0014: Instrument – Schematic Drawings
TCO-IC-CHK-0015: Instrument – System Block Diagrams and Block Architecture
TCO-IC-CHK-0016: Instrument – Data Sheet
Process Engineering Checklists
Document Number: X-0000-TBA (including 2 Checksheets). These documents are not in the TCO
system yet and will be added later by the process department. For now we attach what is available
as Appendix 2.
TCO-PR-CHK-0001: Process – PFD / UFD Checklist (Future document)
TCO-PR-CHK-0002: Process – P&ID Checklist (Appendix 2)
QA Check Prioritization– Mech.& Piping, Elect.& Instruments, Civil & Structural
(Job Pack Checklists for all Disciplines)
Appendix 3
Constructability Review Checklist – All disciplines.
Appendix 4
Peer Design Audit Discipline Checklists – All disciplines.
Appendix 5
Design Assurance Program:

• X-0000-A-MAN-10003 - Index
• X-0000-A-MAN-10004 - Introduction and Overview
• X-0000-A-MAN-10007 - Design Review Meetings

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1. Цели, задачи и объем работ...................................................................................................... 16
Применение в процессе реализации капитальных проектов ОПСПО ....................................17
2. Процедуры .................................................................................................................................. 17
Методы ......................................................................................................................................... 19
Стандарты для проверки ............................................................................................................ 20
3. Ресурсы, роли и обязанности .................................................................................................... 21
Ресурсы ......................................................................................................................................... 22
Роли .............................................................................................................................................. 22
Талица LACTI по анализу проекта............................................................................................... 23
4. Определения и сокращения...................................................................................................... 24
5. Оценка и проверка ..................................................................................................................... 24
6. Постоянное совершенствование .............................................................................................. 25
7. Справочные документы и приложения................................................................................... 25

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Итоговая проверка проектной документации выполняется для подтверждения правильности
проектно-технической документации. Проверки проводятся инженерно-техническим
персоналом ОПСПО ТШО по всем капитальным проектам с целью обеспечить
последовательный, полномасштабный и точный учет применимых требований оптимизации
производства (ОП) и стандартов ТШО в процессе проектирования, строительства, ввода в работу
(или вывода из работы), а также передачи отделу эксплуатации новых или модифицированных
производственных объектов. Целью анализа проектирования является обеспечение
соответствия исходных данных для проектирования, планов технических разработок и полноты
ключевой итоговой проектной документации ожиданиям и стандартам ТШО. В настоящей
процедуре описаны методы, используемые для результативного и эффективного выполнения
проектно-технических работ для всех капитальных проектов ОПСПО.

1. Цели, задачи и объем работ

После завершения разработки итоговой проектной документации в ходе реализации проекта,


проектно-технические группы ОПСПО осуществляют итоговую проверку соответствия
проектного решения стандартам ТШО и ранее утвержденным для проектирования документам.
Состав рецензентов проектно-технической группы ТШО может быть расширен другими
представителями рабочей группы или экспертами в предметной области. Основной задачей
анализа проектного решения для рабочей группы является подтверждение правильности
выполняемых работ. Одна из важных определяющих особенностей анализа проектного
решения заключается в том, что это простая проверка, а не согласование. ТШО не утверждают
разработанную подрядчиком итоговую документацию, а проверяют качество и надежность
проектного решения.
Разница между методами обеспечения качества проектирования и анализа проектного
решения описана в Разделе 1 документа X-0000-A-MAN-10007 «Совещания по анализу
проектирования». Группа капитальных проектов ОПСПО ТШО в настоящее время применяет
метод анализа проектного решения для всех проектов по причине ограниченного ежедневного
контроля над реализацией менее крупных проектов ОПСПО, а также более низкого уровня
квалификации регулярно привлекаемых отделом подрядчиков по проектированию.
Итоговый анализ проектного решения должен быть выполнен в соответствии с проектом и
планом анализа проектного решения определенной фазы проекта. Количество итоговых
проверок будет зависеть от структуры разбивки работ и планов организации закупки
определенного проекта. Как правило, итоговый анализ проектного решения проводится по
завершении проектно-технических работ и представляет собой заключительный этап проверки
качества проектно-технических работ перед тем, как документация будет выпущена для
выполнения закупочных и строительных работ.

Задачи итогового анализа проектного решения включают следующее:


1. Детальная проверка конструктивных особенностей проекта, имеющих высокую
степень риска.
2. Проверка итоговой проектной документации на системном уровне таким
образом, чтобы выявленные ошибки могли быть использованы для оценки и
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корректировки недостатков процесса проектирования, а также в качестве
руководства для определения возможных проблем в других составных частях
пакетов проектной документации.
3. Повышение целостности работ
o Выявление конфликтных ситуаций между работами (как между, так и
внутри дисциплин);
o Предоставление проектно-технической группе возможности «взглянуть со
стороны» после выполнения комплекса работ для проведения проверки.
4. Обеспечение соблюдения процессов ТШО (процесс документооборота, циклы
рецензирования, разработка проекта и т. д.)
5. Устранение нежелательных «сюрпризов» на стадии строительства, а также
предотвращение дополнительных издержек и отставания от графика вследствие
решения вопросов и исправления недостатков на площадке.

Применение в процессе реализации капитальных проектов ОПСПО


Управление капитальными проектами ОПСПО осуществляется проектными инженерами.
Проектный инженер несет общую ответственность за реализацию проекта, а также за
согласование с заказчиком, финансирование, обеспечение соответствия требованиям РК и
передачу отделу эксплуатации ТШО. Группа капитальных проектов ОПСПО регулирует рабочие
процессы проектных инженеров с помощью Руководства по обеспечению качества проекта
(РОКП). РОКП является общим документом, в котором рассматриваются все функции
управления капитальными проектами. Объем данной процедуры ограничивается технической
составляющей работ, осуществляемых в рамках функциональных обязанностей ОПСПО в сфере
инженерной поддержки.
Цель настоящего документа заключается в предоставлении инструкций проектно-техническим
группам ТШО по качественной технической проверке итоговой проектной документации, что в
частности относится к работе профильных инженеров.

Задача данной процедуры состоит в обеспечении высокого качества и эффективного


исполнения инженерно-технических работ на фазе 4. Выполнение данного процесса в
установленном порядке позволит проектно-техническим группам ОПСПО обеспечить
единообразие и полноту итоговой документации, разрабатываемой проектирующей стороной.
Настоящая процедура также призвана ориентировать новых производственных инженеров на
выполнение должностных требований в сфере технической поддержки и разработки проектов.

Настоящая процедура применима ко всем капитальным проектам ОПСПО. Она охватывает


объем работ в рамках типового масштабного и многопрофильного производственного проекта.
Объем предоставляемой информации и документации определяется путем инженерной
оценки, исходя из особенностей каждого проекта. Тем не менее, общие концепции применимы
ко всем видам работ – даже к однопрофильным и непроизводственным проектам. Несмотря на
то, что содержание предоставляемых данных и документации может варьироваться в
зависимости от проекта, следует сохранять единый подход ко всем капитальным проектам
ОПСПО.

2. Процедуры

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Руководство по обеспечению качества проекта содержит общий обзор всех мероприятий
рабочей группы и применяется группой капитальных проектов ОПСПО. Оно устанавливает
последовательность различных проверок, включая процессы утверждения перехода проекта на
следующую фазу, а также управление взаимодействием с другими заинтересованными
сторонами. Проверка проектно-технической документации входит в состав мероприятий РОКП.
В ходе разработки проекта рабочая группа должна следовать плану анализа проектного
решения для осуществления текущего анализа, что описано в документе X-000-A-MAN-10007
«Совещания по анализу проектирования». В этом документе и в приложениях к разделу
описано эффективное разделение инженерно-технических проверок по элементам текущего
анализа, а также итоговая проектная документация.

Планирование итоговой проверки проектной документации и определение приоритетов


Анализ проектного решения должен осуществляться на запланированной основе с целью
наиболее эффективного использования ресурсов ответственной за проверку группы. Уровень
ответственности объекта, другие риски и факторы стоимости будут рассматриваться при
составлении плана анализа проектного решения. Группа профильной инженерной поддержки
разработает стратегию анализа по каждой дисциплине для возможности совместного
выполнения задач и детальной проверки на высочайшем уровне, исходя из кадрового
обеспечения группы.

Участки, обозначенные в треугольнике на следующем рисунке, показывают, насколько объем


подлежащей проверке итоговой документации увеличивается в зависимости от уровня
детализации. Количество элементов в верхней части треугольника меньше, но они более
сложные в концептуальном отношении. Данные аспекты должны проверяться более опытными
старшими инженерами. На каждом последующем уровне треугольника объем содержимого
увеличивается, но детали играют менее критичное значение для проекта и могут быть
проверены менее опытным инженерным персоналом. Сплошная стрелка обозначает те
области, где проверка охватывает 100% содержимого пакета рабочей документации для
профильного специалиста указанного уровня, в то время как пунктирная стрелка показывает
приемлемую выборочную проверку работ, выполняемую на следующем уровне. Это может
быть либо меньшая часть (проверка примерно 10% содержимого) или посредством
подтверждения, что на следующем уровне будет проведена проверка соответствующим
образом.

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Рисунок 1 – Типовые обязанности по проверке документации

В начале фазы 4 профильная группа должна сообщить проектному инженеру, кто из инженеров
будет выполнять итоговую проверку проектной документации. После этого проектный инженер
вносит имена назначенных лиц в основной список рассылки ЦУИ для предоставления им
документации на стадии итоговой проверки.

Как правило, инженеры ТШО не проверяют все содержимое документации (100%). Это входит
в обязанности ответственного за инженерно-технические работы (ОИТР), который
разрабатывает итоговую документацию. В рамках плана проверки, каждая профильная группа
устанавливает приоритеты проверки документации в составе рабочего пакета согласно рискам
для реализации проекта. В Приложении 3 приведена матрица определения приоритетов для
каждой дисциплины по общему типу документа.

Методы
Целью проверки проектно-технической документации на поздних фазах разработки проекта
является подтверждение ее единообразия с ранее утвержденной итоговой документацией по
эскизному проектированию. При значительно более высоком уровне детализации проверка
всего содержимого является нецелесообразной. Методы проверки должны быть направлены
на подтверждение переноса критически важных аспектов проекта в рабочие чертежи. На
данном этапе проверки зачастую выявляются упущения в согласовании между дисциплинами.

Аналогично текущему анализу в ходе разработки проекта, наилучшим методом итогового


анализа проектного решения является привлечение небольшой группы специалистов.
Совместная проверка на организованном совещании будет способствовать эффективному
обсуждению и сэкономит время, т. к. каждый из многочисленных рецензентов не будет делать
одни и те же замечания. Преимущество данного подхода заключается в том, что ОИТР должен

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присутствовать на данном совещании и быть способен объяснить, каким образом результаты
инженерного анализа были учтены в конструктивных деталях. Например, анализ напряжений
трубопроводов должен быть выполнен до согласования окончательной редакции
изометрических чертежей. Вопрос касательно того, каким образом результаты анализа
напряжений были применены при проектировании трубопроводов и опор, может быть намного
проще подтвержден в ходе совещания, нежели при рассмотрении чертежа в отдельности. В
противном случае инженерный анализ должен сопровождаться предоставлением на
рассмотрение ТШО итоговых проектных чертежей. Аналогичным образом данные и чертежи
поставщика на оборудование и узлы также потребуются для проверки документации
проектирующей стороны.

Проверяющая группа должна иметь доступ ко всем замечаниям и комментариям по


предыдущим работам. Это требуется для того, чтобы обеспечить разрешение вопросов,
выявленных в ходе анализа опасных факторов производства (АОФП), промежуточного анализа
проекта и анализа строительной технологичности.

Если проект разбит по стадиям строительства, должна быть предоставлена соответствующая


информация по ранее выпущенным или будущим пакетам рабочей документации. Общим
примером здесь может служить пакет документации на заблаговременный монтаж врезки.
Проектирующая сторона должна закончить инженерно-технические работы по более поздним
стадиям строительства с тем, чтобы обеспечить правильность выбора расположения точек
врезки согласно процессу и физическому местонахождению. Следовательно, СТиКИП и
компоновочные чертежи по другим пакетам рабочей документации на строительные работы
должны быть доступны и представлены для содействия в проверке пакетов рабочей
документации на подготовительные работы.

Стандарты для проверки


Технические стандарты ТШО составляют первичную основу для анализа проектирования.
Технические условия ТШО являются ключевыми инструкциями для технической реализации
проекта. Эти документы можно найти на сайте технических стандартов ТШО. Технические
условия организованы в форме общих указаний для проектирования ранних фаз, проектных
требований к инженерно-техническим работам и детальной информации для организации
закупки материалов. Итоговая проектная документация должна быть проверена на
соответствие надлежащему уровню технических требований. Обратите внимание, что
проектное решение должно отвечать всем ТУ, кроме исключительных случаев, утвержденных в
соответствии с документом EI-004 «Инженерно-техническая инструкция на внесение изменений
и обновление технических требований ТШО».

Выполняющие проверку инженеры должны быть знакомы с указанными техническими


условиями с тем, чтобы подтвердить правильность проектного решения относительно
стандартов ТШО.

Аудит с использованием передовых инструментов


Подрядчики по проектированию расширяют использование инструментов по проектированию
баз данных для контроля рабочего процесса. Это в особенности применимо для
проектирования КИП. В ТШО имеется стандартизированная прикладная программа «Smart Plant
Instrumentation» для управления этими данными, и она является самой общеупотребимой для
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крупномасштабных проектов. Анализ проектирования следует выполнять максимально в
пределах базы данных – источника для возможности подтверждения правильности проектного
решения посредством «машинного аудита». Подробная информация о подобных аудитах
включена в документ X-0000-A-MAN-10005 «Анализ и аудит подрядных организаций» (Раздел 2
Программы обеспечения качества проектирования).

Подрядчики по проектированию также зачастую используют инструменты трехмерного


проектирования для определения физического расположения трубопроводов и конструкций.
Документ MCP-7260-EM-PCD-PRC-0000-01064 «Руководство по трехмерному моделированию»
находится в приложении к разделу «Совещания по анализу проектирования» настоящей
программы. В данном руководстве объясняется, каким образом ТШО могут использовать
отчеты по трехмерному моделированию для контрольной проверки конфликтных позиций при
проектировании в извлеченных строительных чертежах.

Группа технической поддержки ОПСПО может по своему предпочтению создать отдельную


модель для проверки критических трубопроводов и конструкций и сопоставить с информацией
облака точек лазерного сканирования существующего завода с целью проверки правильности
пригонки и во избежание конфликтных позиций.

Инструменты проверки и анализ, подтверждающий правильность документации


К настоящему разделу приложены проверочные листки по отдельным дисциплинам и итоговым
документам для помощи в проверке итоговой проектной документации. Инженеры должны
использовать проверочные листки для руководства и документального оформления
проводимых проверок. Заполненные проверочные листки должны быть предоставлены
старшему инженеру, ответственному за проверку пакета рабочей документации, а также
проектному инженеру.

Сбор и регистрация комментариев к пакету рабочей документации осуществляется


представителем по проектированию в г. Атырау в соответствии с процедурой ЦУИ
PRO-2012-A-0727 «Выпуск рабочего пакета от подрядчика для комментариев» и A-ST-5041
«ОПСПО: порядок рассмотрения и утверждения проектной документации подрядных
организаций». В ходе каждой проверки должны быть зафиксированы все комментарии или
предоставлены проверочные листки представителю по проектированию в г. Атырау, который
составит исчерпывающий журнал комментариев для проектирующей стороны для доработки
проекта.

3. Ресурсы, роли и обязанности

Группа технической поддержки ОПСПО привлекается для итоговой проверки в целях


повышения уверенности в получении безопасных, предсказуемых и конкурентоспособных
результатов. Уровень услуг ОПСПО будет определен проектным инженером индивидуально по
проекту. Группа технической поддержки ОПСПО несет ответственность за предоставление
плана и/или проверочных листков для технической проверки определенного проекта, по
которым будет выполняться анализ проекта и по результатам которого будут зафиксированы
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Необходимо привлекать соответствующих экспертов в предметных областях, партнеров,
подрядчиков, поставщиков товаров и услуг и заинтересованные стороны на протяжении всего
процесса анализа проекта для своевременного получения требуемых профессиональных
знаний. Эксперты в предметных областях также создают общую платформу для последующего
применения соответствующих извлеченных уроков. Необходимо тщательно обдумать, на каком
этапе требуется вовлечение заинтересованных сторон и партнеров. Например, СТиКИП, как
правило, требуют более масштабной проверки со стороны заинтересованных сторон.

Ресурсы
Руководитель группы технической поддержки (вахтовый метод работы на Тенгизе)
Профильные инженеры группы технической поддержки ОПСПО – общестроительные
работы и металлоконструкции, трубопроводы и механомонтажные работы,
электротехнические работы и КИП
• Ведущий инженер / старший инженер / консультант (Тенгиз – сменщики и
Атырау)
• Инженеры (Тенгиз – сменщики и Атырау)
• Инженеры-проектировщики (Тенгиз – сменщики)
Руководитель группы разработки технических стандартов и документации (Тенгиз -
сменщики)
Проектные инженеры ОПСПО (Тенгиз - сменщики)
Отдел технологии производства ОПСПО
Представитель(-и) по проектированию в г. Атырау от группы технической поддержки
ОПСПО
Специалист по документообороту – ЦУИ ТШО
Роли
Эксперт в предметной области – в роли экспертов по различным дисциплинам выступают
ведущие профильные инженеры и консультанты группы технической поддержки проектов
ОПСПО. Для получения дополнительной технической информации можно обратиться и к
другим экспертам, имеющимся в ТШО. Международные эксперты сосредоточены в группе ETC
корпорации «Шеврон».
Управление проектом – проектные инженеры выполняют все функции и координируют
процесс взаимодействия со всеми группами заинтересованных сторон, включая отдел
эксплуатации, финансовый отдел, строительную группу ОПСПО, отдел автоматизации, отдел ТБ
и ООС, отдел закупок, отдел земельных отношений и бизнес-службу. Несут ответственность за
подготовку и утверждение пакетов документации для обоснования решений. Проектные
инженеры несут общую ответственность за обеспечение надлежащего уровня и периодичности
проведения проверок, заблаговременно планируют, каким образом будут выполнены
проверки и каким образом будут учтены их результаты, обеспечивают участие требуемых
специалистов в проверках (члены рабочей группы, эксперты в предметных областях, партнеры
и т. д.)
Техническая поддержка – профильные инженеры ОПСПО, назначенные на проект, несут
ответственность за предоставление технической информации для каждой фазы, ответов на

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инженерно-технические запросы от проектирующей стороны, а также за выполнение работ по
обеспечению качества всей итоговой документации по проектированию.
Члены проектной группы – планируют и координируют проверки проектного решения,
привлекают требуемых специалистов и при необходимости планируют время для проведения
предварительной проверки, активно участвуют в проверках, внедряют выявленные изменения
и усовершенствования.

Талица LACTI по анализу проекта

Условные обозначения

Ответственный за инженерно-
Профильные инженеры ТШО
Проектный инженер ОПСПО

проектированию в г Атырау
профильный инженер ТШО

Инженеры-проектировщики

строительству СГ ОПСПО
L – руководит
A – утверждает результат

Старший или ведущий


C – консультирует

технические работы
T – несет ответственность за исполнение

Центр управления
Представитель по

Представитель по
I – ставится в известность о результате

информацией
ТШО
Стадия деятельности Руководящий документ

Реализация проекта
Назначение профильных инженеров в
C L I I I
состав проверяющей группы
Составление плана проверки инженерно-
L C I I I I
технической документации
Разработка основной матрицы рассылки L I I I I I C

Подготовительные мероприятия

Отслеживание хода выполнения работ T T T C


Принятие решения о готовности проекта к
A C C I I L
проверке
Рассылка документации и вспомогательной
T I I I I T T
информации
Проверка
Подтверждение технической
I L T T I
ответственности
Подтверждение передовых методов
C L T T I T
проверки
Проверка пакетов рабочей документации I L T T T T I I
Сбор подтверждающих отчетов и
L T T T
проверочных листков
Составление журнала комментариев I I I I I L T I

Возвращение комментариев подрядчику I C L I


Разрешение комментариев по инженерно-
L T I T
технической документации

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4. Определения и сокращения

CPDEP – Процесс разработки и реализации проектов корпорации «Шеврон»


ОИТР (Ответственный за инженерно-технические работы) – это, как правило, подрядчик по
проектированию, но может быть и проектная группа внутри ТШО
ОПСПО – Отдел проектирования и строительства производственных объектов
ЦУИ – Центр управления информацией
СТиКИП – Схема трубопроводов и КИП
РОКП – Руководство по обеспечению качества проекта применяется проектными инженерами
в качестве основы при составлении проектной документации. Такие документы составляются
проектным инженером, а затем некоторые из них, такие как объем работ, перечень итоговой
документации и т. д., передаются профильным инженерам в группу технической поддержки для
проверки и завершения.
АОФП – Анализ опасных факторов производства
Технические условия ТШО (ТУ ТШО) – В ТШО имеется набор технических условий на
оборудование и проектирование, которые периодически обновляются и последние версии
которых можно найти на веб-странице ТШО или получить в ЦУИ ТШО. Группа технической
поддержки ОПСПО несет ответственность за обеспечение поддержки данных ТУ, и все вопросы
по поводу расхождений следует адресовать им.
Стандарты ТШО – В ТШО имеется набор стандартов монтажа оборудования и стандартов на
проектирование, которые называются монтажными стандартами или стандартами
подключений в зависимости от дисциплины. Они периодически обновляются, и последние
версии данных стандартов можно найти на веб-странице ТШО или получить в ЦУИ ТШО. Группа
технической поддержки группы разработки проектов ОПСПО несет ответственность за
обеспечение поддержки данных стандартов, и все вопросы по поводу расхождений следует
адресовать им. Только в исключительных случаях подрядчикам по проектированию или группе
проектирования ТШО разрешается создавать стандарты по конкретным проектам.
Программа обеспечения качества проектирования группы технической поддержки –
Настоящий документ является частью программы обеспечения качества проектирования
группы технической поддержки. Номер документа «Указатель программы обеспечения
качества проектирования» – X-0000-A-MAN-10003 (Раздел 0); номер документа «Введение и
обзор» – X-0000-A-MAN-10004 (Раздел 1). В данной программе изложены процессы
обеспечения качества, которые формируют основу процессов инженерного проектирования.

5. Оценка и проверка

Проверка передаваемой завершенной проектно-технической информации осуществляется


сначала путем рассмотрения документации по исходным данным для проектирования и объему
работ для всех проектов руководителями группы инженерной поддержки проектов.
Рассмотрение всегда выполняется по завершении документов перед их передачей
подрядчикам по проектированию.

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Проводится полугодовое рассмотрение проектных графиков групп СЗО, СПО и ЭРС с тем, чтобы
определить наличие проектов, которые не были рассмотрены на момент выпуска
документации. Передаточные ведомости ЦУИ сверяются с графиками групп, чтобы убедиться в
выпуске документов под надлежащим контролем ЦУИ.

Несмотря на то, что проектно-техническая информация может оказывать воздействие на


эффективность выполнения проекта в течение всего жизненного цикла, результаты
предоставления исходной информации наиболее легко можно оценить при выполнении
процессов проектирования на фазах 3 и 4. Влияние на эффективность выполнения проекта
измеряется с учетом воздействия на качество, график и затраты.

• Качество – количество запросов на внесение изменений, количество замечаний во


время выполнения проверок проектирования, необходимость получения повторного
одобрения на переход проекта на следующую фазу.
• График – задержки в подготовке итоговой проектно-технической документации
относительно первоначальной ведомости затрат, времени и ресурсов (ЗВР) по
проектированию.
• Затраты – заказы на внесение изменений в итоговую проектно-техническую
документацию относительно первоначальной ведомости ЗВР по проектированию.

Дополнительные показатели процессов инженерного проектирования приведены в документе


X-0000-A-MAN-10010 «Оценка показателей качества проектирования» (Раздел 7).

6. Постоянное совершенствование

Анализ извлеченных уроков будет проводиться по каждому проекту. Посредством


рассмотрения определенных уроков, применимых к контролю качества, группа обеспечения
качества будет постоянно повышать эффективность плана обеспечения качества.

Настоящая процедура опубликована в редакции «0» с оговоренным условием, что будет


разработано более подробное руководство по проведению проверки проектно-технической
документации. Дополнительные проверочные листки и процедуры будут добавлены к
настоящей процедуре по мере разработки.

7. Справочные документы и приложения

Ниже представлены номера проверочных листков / документов ТШО. Документы, находящиеся


вне системы управления документацией ТШО, перечислены в Приложениях.
Процедура ведения проектной документации
(Общая процедура по ведению документации)
Номер документа
X-0000-A-PRO-10089 – Процедура ведения проектной документации
Проверочные листки ОК/КК пакетов рабочей документации
(Проверочные листки для проверки пакетов рабочей документации по всем дисциплинам)
Приложение 1
Проверочные листки по общестроительной части и металлоконструкциям, включая:

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Номера документов:
X-0000-S-LST-10001 – План расположения дренажа / подземной системы
X-0000-S-LST-10002 – План расположения дороги / дорожной одежды
X-0000-S-LST-10003 – План площадки
X-0000-M-LST-10001 – План расположения бетонных конструкций
X-0000-M-LST-10002 – План расположения стальных конструкций
X-0000-Q-LST-10001 – План расположения фундамента
X-0000-R-LST-10001 – Архитектурные чертежи
X-0000-S-LST-10008 - ЧЕРТЕЖИ ГЕОМЕМБРАНЫ ДЛЯ ОТСТОЙНИКОВ И РЕЗЕРВУАРОВ
Проверочные листки по механической части и трубопроводам, включая:
Номер документа: X-0000-L-LST-10024 (включая 8 проверочных листков)
113-085-PI-CHK-0001 – Трубопроводы – СТиКИП
113-085-PI-CHK-0002 – Трубопроводы – План площадки
113-085-PI-CHK-0003 – Трубопроводы – Изометрические чертежи
113-085-PI-CHK-0004 – Трубопроводы – Общее устройство
113-085-PI-CHK-0005 – Трубопроводы – План подземных трубопроводов
113-085-PI-CHK-0006 – Трубопроводы – Детали опор
113-085-PI-CHK-0007 – Трубопроводы – Анализ напряжений
Проверочные листки по электрической части
Номер документа: X-0000-P-LST-10004 (включая 15 проверочных листков)
TCO-EL-CHK-0001: Электрика – Схемы трассы кабеля
TCO-EL-CHK-0002: Электрика – Схемы расположения кабельных лотков
TCO-EL-CHK-0003: Электрика – Схемы заземления
TCO-EL-CHK-0004: Электрика – Чертежи классификации опасных участков
TCO-EL-CHK-0005: Электрика – Детали монтажа
TCO-EL-CHK-0006: Электрика – Схемы освещения и маломощного оборудования
TCO-EL-CHK-0007: Электрика –Принципиальные схемы
TCO-EL-CHK-0008: Электрика – Однолинейные схемы
TCO-EL-CHK-0009: Электрика – Компоновочные чертежи электрощитовой
TCO-EL-CHK-0010: Электрика – Ключевая однолинейная схема системы
TCO-EL-CHK-0011: Электрика – Схемы подключения
TCO-EL-CHK-0012: Электрика – Кабельный журнал
TCO-EL-CHK-0013: Электрика – Технические условия

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TCO-EL-CHK-0014: Электрика – Лист технических данных
TCO-EL-CHK-0015: Электрика – Изометрические чертежи теплообогрева
Проверочные листки по КИП
Номер документа: X-0000-J-LST-10003 (включая 16 проверочных листков)
TCO-IC-CHK-0001: КИП – Структурные блок-схемы кабелей
TCO-IC-CHK-0002: КИП – Кабельные журналы
TCO-IC-CHK-0003: КИП – Матричные схемы причин и следствий
TCO-IC-CHK-0004: КИП – Схемы системы связи
TCO-IC-CHK-0005: КИП – Петельные схемы промышленной сети передачи данных
TCO-IC-CHK-0006: КИП – Перечень входных/выходных сигналов
TCO-IC-CHK-0007: КИП – Указатель
TCO-IC-CHK-0008: КИП – Схемы подключения установок
TCO-IC-CHK-0009: КИП – Схемы межсоединений
TCO-IC-CHK-0010: КИП – Чертежи расположения и размещения приборов
TCO-IC-CHK-0011: КИП – Схемы логики
TCO-IC-CHK-0012: КИП – Петельные схемы
TCO-IC-CHK-0013: КИП – Общее устройство панели
TCO-IC-CHK-0014: КИП – Схематические чертежи
TCO-IC-CHK-0015: КИП – Блок-схемы и архитектура системы
TCO-IC-CHK-0016: КИП – Лист технических данных
Проверочные листки по технологии производства
Номер документа: X-0000-TBA (включая 2 проверочных листка). Указанных документов пока
нет в системе ТШО, они будут добавлены позже группой технологии производства. В
Приложении 2 находятся документы, имеющиеся на данный момент.
TCO-PR-CHK-0001: Технология производства – Технологические схемы /
технологические схемы инженерных коммуникаций (будущий
документ)
TCO-PR-CHK-0002: Технология производства – СТиКИП (Приложение 2)
Определение очередности проверки качества – механическая часть и трубопроводы, электрика
и КИП, общестроительная часть и металлоконструкции
(Проверочные листки для пакетов рабочей документации по всем дисциплинам)
Приложение 3
Проверочные листки для анализа строительной технологичности – все дисциплины
Приложение 4
Проверочные листки по дисциплинам для коллегиального аудита проекта – все дисциплины

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Итоговая проверка проектной документации
Программа обеспечения качества проектирования
Группа капитальных проектов ОПСПО
Приложение 5
Программа обеспечения качества проектирования:

• X-0000-A-MAN-10003 – Указатель
• X-0000-A-MAN-10004 – Введение и обзор
• X-0000-A-MAN-10007 – Совещания по анализу проектирования

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APPENDIX1ͲJobPackCheckͲSheets

MECHANICAL
YES MechanicalJPQA/QCChecklistRev.0(1ͲAugͲ2013)
"?"
N/A JobPackLogNumber:
X ProjectTitle:
RevisionNumber:
DateofRevision:

1 IsWeldProcedureSpecification(WPS)Required?
Note:ifansweris"N/A",noneedtofillouttherestofthissection
ї If the project involves equipment other than piping, was WPS confirmed with the
MechanicalIntegritySpecialist?
ї WasWPSspecifiedintheJPDescriptionofWork?
ї WasacopyoftheWPSincludedintheJP?

Note1:Forpipingprojects,referto“TCOWPSPerPipeClass”spreadsheet toobtaintheWPS
Note 2: Contact Mechanical Integrity Specialist for piping system designed per ASME B31.4 (API
pipes&fittings)

2 IsPostWeldHeatTreatment(PWHT)Required?
Note:ifansweris"N/A",noneedtofillouttherestofthissection
ї If project involves repairs or modifications to ASME or GOST pressure vessels, was
PWHTrequirementsconfirmedwiththeReliabilityLeadInspector?

Note:Forpipingprojects,referto “TCOWPSPerPipeClass”spreadsheet forPWHTrequirements


ї WerethePWHTrequirementsspecifiedintheJP?
ї IfPWHTprocedureisrequired,isitincludedintheJP?
ї WasNDEandhardnesstestingspecifiedtobecompleted AFTER PWHT?
Note:Acceptancecriteriashallbe200BHN

3 IsHydrogenBakeͲoutRequired?
Note:Requiredonlyforpressurevesselrepairsandmodifications,soifansweris"N/A",noneedto
fillouttherestofthissection
ї If hydrogen partial pressure is above critical limit, was Reliability Lead Inspector
consultedforhydrogenbakeͲoutrequirements?
ї IshydrogenbakeͲoutperformedpriortogrindingorcutting?

4 IsHotTapping(weldingonequipmentwhileinservice)Required?
ї DoesthejobpackcomplywiththerequirementsofSIͲ121HotTapping?

5 IsNDE(NonͲDestructiveExamination)required?
ї Weretypeand%ofNDEspecified(i.e.5%PT/MT,100%RT,100%VT)?
Note1:Forpipingprojects,referto“TCOWPSPerPipeClass”spreadsheet
Note 2: % of NDE should correspond to NDE required for the pipe class. For example, do not change
requirementsfrom5%RTto100%RT
Note 3: Contact Mechanical Integrity Specialist for piping systems designed per ASME B31.4 (API
pipes&fittings)
ї Ifthereismorethanonepipeclass,wereNDErequirementslistedseparatelyfor
eachpipeclass?
ї If the project involves equipment other than piping, was NDE requirements
confirmedbytheReliabilityLeadInspector?

6 IsGoldenWeldRequired?
Note:ifansweris"N/A",noneedtofillouttherestofthissection
ї Was agreement obtained to use Golden Weld from Reliability Lead Inspector
beforeissuingJP?
ї WereGoldenWeldRequestformscompletedbeforeissuingJP?
ї Were Golden Weld Request Forms completed and submitted to the Reliability
Engineering Supervisor for approval a minimum of 7 days prior to making the
weld?
ї Ataminimum,werethefollowingdocumentsattachedtotheRequest?
• P&IDand/orIsometricdrawingwiththeGoldenWeld(s)clearlyidentified.
• InspectionandTestPlan
• WeldProcedureandProcedureQualificationRecord
ї WasacopyofapprovedGoldenWeldRequestformattachedtoJP?
ї If multiple piping isometrics require Golden Weld, was a separate Golden Weld
requestpreparedandsubmittedforeachpipingisometric/drawing?
Note 1: The Justification for Waiver section of the request shall clearly explain the technical reasons
for the Golden Weld. Reasons such as schedule, cost, or “easier to perform” are not sufficient. Only
proven and verified technical difficulties will be considered when waiving the requirements for a
hydrostaticleaktest.
Note2:CheckthiswebͲsitelinkforlatestrevisionofGWprocedure
Note3:Referto"GoldenWeld"referencefolderformoreinformation

7 IsWeldingofNewPipetoExistingPipeRequired?
ї If NDT data is not provided as part of the EWR, was NDT performed at the
proposedtieͲinpointpriortobeginningmechanicalwork?
ї WereinstructionstoperformNDTincludedinthejobpack?

8 IsHydroͲtestRequired?
Note:ifansweris"N/A",noneedtofillouttherestofthissection
ї
WasthehydroͲtestpossibilityverified/checkedwiththeOperationsConsultant?
ї Ispressuregaugelocatedatthehighpointofthesystem?
ї WasahighpointventforthehydroͲtestprovided?
Note1:EngineerevaluatespipingsystemtodetermineifhydroͲtestdifficultiesmayexist
ї Wasthetestpressurespecified?
Note 2: New fabricated piping sections shall be hydroͲtested to 1.5 x Maximum Design Pressure per
thepipeclass
Note 3: New piping welded to existing piping, such as with field welds, shall be hydroͲtested to 1.5 x
Original Design Pressure of the existing line. Original Design Pressure can be obtained from the
pipingpassport
Note4:ForpipingsystemdesignedperASMEB31.4(APIpipes&fittings)pleaserefertoTCO
ProcedureforHydrostaticTestingofPipingSystems(XͲ000ͲLͲPROͲ0001,Rev.B)
ї If piping material is austenitic stainless steel or nickel alloy, was chloride content
ofthewaterbeenchecked?(itmustbelessthan50ppm)

9 CanServiceTestbesubstitutedinsteadofHydroͲtest?
Note:ifansweris"N/A",noneedtofillouttherestofthissection
ї Has it been checked that the service fluid is category “D”, which is defined as lowͲ
pressure utility services that are nonͲflammable, nonͲtoxic, and not damaging to
humantissues?
ї Ismaximumdesignpressureis10.35barg?
ї IsdesigntemperaturebetweenͲ29Cand186C?
ї WasservicetestconfirmedwiththeReliabilityLeadInspector?
ї IsActFormPͲ032includedinthejobpack?
Note:RepairedpipingcanreceiveaServiceTestinsteadofahydrotestifthefollowingitemsapply
per TESPIMͲSUͲ3541ͲTCO
10 PipingSupport
ї WerePipesupportsdesignedper PIMͲDUͲ5153ͲTCO ?
ї IfSpringCansorSpringHangersareused,doesJPincludeinstructionstoperform
siteinspectiontoverifythecorrectlocation,properinstallation,andthatthe
travelstopsareremoved?
Note:Springcansandhangersareshippedwithtravelstopsinbothdirections.Thetravelstopsare
installedsothespringissetattheinstalledpositionsoitwillbeeasytoremovethemwhenthe
pipingsystemiscompleted.Oncetheinstallationofthepipingsystemiscompletethetravelstops
mustberemoved.Dependentonthetypeofspringsupportthetravelstopcanbeaninserted
blockingunit,stoppinsorstopnuts.Inthecaseofablockingunitorpinstheygetremoved.The
stopnutsusuallyonthespringcansmustbeloosenedasmuchaspossibleineachdirectionallowing
formovementinboththeupwardanddownwarddirection.

11 SmallBorePipeBranchConnectionsandBracing,<1.5”
ї Were nipoflanges used for unsupported small bore piping branch connections to
2”andlargerpipeheaders?
ї Was the bracing installed on the Nipoflange per PIMͲDUͲ5153ͲTCO , detail GSW1,
GSW101,orA20,orapprovedequal?
Note: Small bore branch connections are susceptible to fatigue failure due to weld stress cracking
and stress concentration, especially socket welded connections. SW connections shall only be used
where necessary due to space limitations and shall be approved by DE Lead Engineer, and shall be
bracedperabovenote.

12 DoesJPIncludeTemporaryLeakRepairs(TLR)?
When TLR’s are removed and a permanent repair is made, does JP include a note
to reference the original TLR work order number and date (this is to help maintain
uptodaterecordsinCAPSTONEdatabase)?
Note: TLR’s shall be installed per POMͲLͲPROͲ0002 Temporary Leak Repair Instruction (future
revisionnumber;EUͲFIXͲPLͲPIFEͲLEAKͲRpipe)

13 AreRepairsorModificationstoGGTRegisteredEquipmentRequired?
Note:RefertoGGTSubmittalWorkFlow
ї Was an Equipment Repair Plan issued which specifies step by step instructions,
proceduresandholdͲpoints?

14 IsCivil/StructuralDesignRequired?
ї If the project requires support from a Civil/Structural Engineering, was IWR
submittedtoKTLPlantSupportLeadEngineer?

15 ArePaintandProtectiveCoatingsforPipingandEquipmentRequired?
Note:Specifycoatingrequirementsper TCOStandardCOMͲSUͲ5191ͲTCO
ї WasappropriateCOATINGSYSTEMDATASHEETincludedinthejobpack?

16 IsStressAnalysisRequiredforLinesinHotService?
ї IsCEASARstressanalysisrequiredfornewormodifiedpipinginhotservice?

Note:RefertoTCOSpecification PIMͲDUͲ5155ͲTCO PIPINGFLEXIBILITYandSTRESSANALYSIS

17 WasInsulationforPipingandEquipmentSpecifiedperNͲSTͲ2001(IRMͲSUͲ1381Ͳ
TCOinfuture)?
ї Wasappropriateinsulationtableincludedinthejobpack?

18 IsHeatTracingRequired?
ї If electric tracing is required, was IWR forwarded to Lead I&E Engineer early in the
designphaseoftheproject?
Note:I&EEngineeringgroupwillprepareaseparateJP
ї If steam tracing is required, were mechanical details included in the Designs
EngineeringJP?

19 WasMinimumDesignTemperatureforMaterialsChecked?
ї Was Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT) of Ͳ40C included in
specification for new or replacement fabricated equipment, such as heat
exchangerbundlesandpressurevessels?
ї If equipment is fabricated with carbon steel plate, was ASTM or SA 516 Grade 70
NormalizedCarbonSteelspecified?
Note 1: It is not necessary to specify MDMT for pipe, valves or fittings ordered per a TCO pipe class
becauseallitemsareappropriatefortheminimumdesigntemperature
Note 2: For pressure vessels, impact strength of materials must be checked at Ͳ40C or at design
temperature, whichever is lower. Refer to TCO Pressure Vessel Specification for minimum impact
strengthrequirements
Note 3: Minimum Design Temperature for nonͲmetallic components (i.e. OͲrings) is Ͳ40C or design
temperature,whicheverislower

20 WasNACEMR0175/ISO15156specifiedwhenorderingmetallicmaterials?
Note1:NACE=NationalAssociationofCorrosionEngineers
Note2:Someexceptionsmayexist,consultwithAdvisorEngineer

21 DoesthisJPdealwithSafetyReliefValves?
ї Do Safety Valves comply with TES FRSͲDUͲ5056ͲTCO, FRSͲSUͲ5032ͲTCO and FRSͲ
SUͲ5033ͲTCO?
ї When ordering a new or replacement safety relief valve, was the passport
submitted to the Equipment Inspection Supervisor and the Valve Shop Supervisor
priortocommissioning?

22 WasValveselectedpertheChevronApprovedValveManufacturer'sList?
Note:Refertofolder"CVXApprovedManufacturersListforValves"formoreinformation

23 IndustryCodesandCompanySpecifications
ї WereapplicableIndustryCodesincludedintheMaterialRequisition(MR),suchas
ASME,ANSI,ASTM,API,GOST,etc.?
ї WereapplicableTCOandChevronspecificationsincludedinMR,suchasTCO
PressureVesselSpecification,TCOHeatExchangerBundleSpecification,etc.?

24 IsthereapotentialforGalvanicCorrosion?
ї When upgrading a carbon steel system to stainless steel for example, is there a
possibilitytocreateagalvaniccellwhichcancauseacceleratedcorrosion?
ї Was Mechanical Integrity Consultant consulted to determine potential for
galvaniccorrosionorreferencedChevronCorrosionManual?
ї Areflangeinsulatingkitsrequired?
Note:PleasefollowthelinkabovetoPikotekgasketkitsfolder

25 DoesthecurrentmechanicaldesigncomplywithSafetyInDesigns(SID)?
ї If design doesn't comply with SID because of original preͲjoint venture
construction, were alternatives with Operations and Loss Prevention discussed to
selecttheappropriatealternative?
ї DoesisometricdrawingindicateitemsthatarenotincompliancewithSID?
ї WasjustificationprovidedfornonͲcompliance?

INSTRUMENT
InstrumentJPQA/QCChecklistRev.0(1ͲAugͲ2013)
YES JobPackLogNumber:
"?" ProjectTitle:
N/A Revision:
X Date:

1 EquipmentDatasheets

AredatasheetsrequiredfornewinstrumentequipmentͲtransmitters,valvesetc?
DatasheetsrequiretobecompletedandsenttoIMC.
All new measuring devices have to be verified to be registered for use in the RoK,
oraplandevelopedtoeithercompleteattestationorregistration.
AllnewinstrumentationrequirestobeselectedfromtheTCOapproved
manufacturerslist.

2 Equipmentenvironmentalconditions
CorrosiveAtmosphereͲElectrical&ElectronicEquipmenttoberatedfora"GX"
EnvironmentasperISAS71.04
EquipmentcanmeetIndoorTemperatureRequirementof0oCͲ+40oC
EquipmentcanmeetOutdoorTemperatureRequirementͲ36oCͲ+44oC

3 EquipmentEnclosures
IndoorͲMinimumIngressProtectionIP41
OutdoorͲMinimumIngressProtectionIP55
Cableentries
StandardcableentrywillbeISOmetricsizeseriesthreadM20x1.5mmunless
cablesizedictatesalargersize.UseofNPTthreadstobeavoided.Ifequipmentis
onlyavailablewithNPTthreads,ensurethattheappropriatecertifiedadapteris
provided.
Note:Ifequipmentmaybesubjecttodelugetestingorotherpowefulwaterjets
thenminIPratingisIP56

4 HazardousAreaEquipmentCertification
Istheequipmentcertifiedfortheareaclassificationofthelocationthatitisbeing
installedin?
EExnEquipmentshallnotbeused.
Theuseofbarrierglandsshallbeavoidedwherepossible.

5 Labels&Signs
Ensurethatallequipmentlabels,signsandoperatingdirectionsareindicatedin
RussianandEnglish.
Whereequipmenthastwoormoresourcesofpower,arewarningsignsincluded
indesigntoalertpersonneltothisdanger?

6 SparePartsͲStartͲup/Commissioning&Operating
EnsurethatsparepartsforstartͲupandcommissionghavebeenordered.
ForOperatingspareparts,ensurethatlistsof2yearrecommendedspareshave
beenprovidedtoSERIPgroup.

7 Civil/StructuralDesign
If the project requires support from a Civil/Structural Engineering, was IWR
submittedtoKTLPlantSupportLeadEngineer?

8 Cableinstallation
If new cables are being installed, has the correct segregation been provided
betweenLVandHVcablesandIScables?
WheninstallingnewmulticoresandfieldJBs,ensurethatsufficientsparecapacity
isincludedforfutureuse,normallyaminimumof25%?

9 ElectricHeating&Insulation
Isheattracingrequiredforinstrumentenclosuresorforimpulsetubing.
Ifpluggingoftheimpulselinesisaconcern,hasprovisionbeenmadeforpurging/
flushingofthelines?

10 Earthing/Grounding/EquipotentialBonding

HaseitherdetaileddrawingsspecifictothisJPorTCOstandarddetailsbeen
includedtoclearlyindicatedtherequiredearthing/groundingrequirements?

11 SafetyInDesigns(SID)
If design doesn't comply with SID because of original preͲjoint venture
construction, were alternatives with Operations and Loss Prevention discussed to
selecttheappropriatealternative?
Do equipment location drawings indicate items that are not in compliance with
SID?
WasjustificationprovidedfornonͲcompliance?

12 InstrumentRanges&Calibration

Is the instrumentation equipment suitable for the normal and upset process
conditionsthatitwillexperience?Pressure,temperature,flow,contaminationetc
Wherefeasible,transmitterrangesshallbethesamefor"similarservice"
shutdownandcontroltransmitters(overlappinginstallation).
Is the range of the instrument set such that normally operating condition is approx
60%Ͳ70%ofthisrange?

13 Control&ShutdownValves
Hasthevalveactuatorbeensizedforafactorof1.25xthemaximumshutoffDP?

For valves that are being specially engineered or are being used for the first time
by TCO, has the Materials Integrity group reviewed and approved the materials of
construction?
14 Tubing&Fittings
Process Connections Ͳ Unless demanded by a more stringent requirement, such as
some SGI applications, hook up tubing shall be 12mm OD 1.5mm WT A269 Gr 316L
Stainless Steel. Note Ͳ For sour service, TCO prohibits the use of duplex stainless
steels,Monel&InconelX750.
Instrument Air Connections Ͳ These shall be either 1/4" or 1/2" NPT threaded
unlesstheresponsetimeoftheequipmentrequiresalargersize.
CompressionFittingsͲAllfittingsshallbeSwagelokdoubleferrulefittings,using
metriccompressionendsandNPTthreadedconnections.

15 FlowMeasurement
Have sufficient upstream and downstream straight lengths been provided for the
particularflowmeterbeingused?
Forinsertiontypeflowelements(annubars,pitottubesetc)hasastatementbeen
includedintheJPtohavetheTCOmetrologywitnessthecorrectinstallationof
theflowmeter?
Has consideration been given to the plugging or fouling of the primary flow
elementorimpulsetubing?

16 LevelMeasurement
When DP transmitters are being used for level measurement, they shall be fitted
withdiaphragmsealsandflushingringsshallbeprovided.
For capillary seal installations, has the Mechanical Engineer been advised of the
requirement to order longer studbolts to allow for the inclusion of the flushing
ring?

17 TemperatureMeasurement
Has a strength / vibration calculation been performed for the thermowell that is
acceptablefortheactualprocesscondition?
Doestheflangesizeandratingmatchthatofthepiping/vesselnozzle?
WhereRTDsorThermocouplesarebeingused,transmittersshouldbeinstalledto
usea4Ͳ20mAsignaltransmission.

18 Maintenance/Testing
Hasfacilitiesbeenprovidedforthemaintenanceandtestingofinstrumentation?
Thismayinclude:Ͳ
Accessplatforms/ladders
Testconnections
Bypass/Overridefacilities

19 SafetyInstrumentedSystems
IsanSSFArequiredandifsohasthedesignbeenbasedontheSSFA?
Hassegregationbeenmaintainedofthesignalsusedinvotinglogic?Different
inputmodules,differentfieldmulticoresandJBs?
Havesinglepointsoffailurebeeneliminatedfromthedesign?

ELECTRICAL
ElectricalQA/QCChecklistRev.0(1ͲAugͲ2013)
YES JobPackLogNumber:
"?" ProjectTitle:
N/A Revision:
X Date:

1 EquipmentDatasheets

AredatasheetsrequiredfornewelectricalequipmentͲmotors,transformersetc?
DatasheetsrequiretobecompletedandsenttoIMC.

2 Equipmentenvironmentalconditions
CorrosiveAtmosphereͲElectrical&ElectronicEquipmenttoberatedfora"GX"
EnvironmentasperISAS71.04
EquipmentcanmeetIndoorTemperatureRequirementof0oCͲ+40o
EquipmentcanmeetOutdoorTemperatureRequirementͲ36oCͲ+44oC

3 EquipmentEnclosures
IndoorͲMinimumIngressProtectionIP41
OutdoorͲMinimumIngressProtectionIP55
Cableentries
StandardcableentrywillbeISOmetricsizeseriesthreadM20x1.5mmunless
cablesizedictatesalargersize.UseofNPTthreadstobeavoided.Ifequipmentis
onlyavailablewithNPTthreads,ensurethattheappropriatecertifiedadapteris
provided.
Note:Ifequipmentmaybesubjecttodelugetestingorotherpowefulwaterjets
thenminIPratingisIP56

4 HazardousAreaEquipmentCertification
Istheequipmentcertifiedfortheareaclassificationofthelocationthatitisbeing
installedin?
EExnEquipmentshallnotbeused.
Theuseofbarrierglandsshallbeavoidedwherepossible.

5 Labels&Signs
Ensurethatallequipmentlabels,signsandoperatingdirectionsareindicatedin
RussianandEnglish.
Whereequipmenthastwoormoresourcesofpower,arewarningsignsincluded
indesigntoalertpersonneltothisdanger?

6 SparePartsͲStartͲup/Commissioning&Operating
EnsurethatsparepartsforstartͲupandcommissionghavebeenordered.
ForOperatingspareparts,ensurethatlistsof2yearrecommendedspareshave
beenprovidedtoSERIPgroup?

7 Civil/StructuralDesign
If the project requires support from a Civil/Structural Engineering, was IWR
submittedtoKTLPlantSupportLeadEngineer?

8 CableSegregation
If new cables are being installed, has the correct segregation been provided
betweenLVandHVcablesandIScables?

9 ElectricHeatTracing
Forwinterisationandprocesstraceheating,isthepowerbeingsuppliedfromthe
appropriatepowersource?
HasheattracecalculationbeenperformedbasedonenviromentalconditionsinAͲ
STͲ2008Par.5.2
For20XTVcablethatistobeusedinahazardousarea,hasthedesigntakeninto
considerationtheT2ratingofthiscable?

10 ElectricalLoadConnection
Doesthevoltageandfrequencyrequirementsoftheequipmentmatchthepower
systemsavailableinTCOfacilities?
HasanECPbeenapprovedfornewload?(seeclarificationbelow)
220VACsinglephasesystemsͲload1.5kVAandabove
380VACthreephasesystemsͲload3kVAandabove
660VACsystemsͲload7.5kVAandabove
10kVACsystemsͲallloads
AlternatingcurrentUPSsystemsͲallloads
DirectcurrentsystemsͲallloads

11 RegulatoryApprovals
Fornewinstallationsandsignificantmodificationstosystemsoperatingat
>1000V,havethenecessaryregulatoryapprovalsbeenrequested?

12 DistributionSystemCapacity
Wheninstallingnewdistributionequipment,ensurethatsufficientsparecapacity
isincludedforfutureuse,normallyaminimumof33%?

13 Earthing/Grounding/EquipotentialBonding
HaseitherdetaileddrawingsspecifictothisJPorTCOstandarddetailsbeen
includedtoclearlyindicatetherequiredearthing/groundingrequirements?

14 Provisionofisolation
Hasprovisionbeenmadeforisolationofpowerformaintenacepurposesandis
lockout/tagoutpossible?

15 SafetyInDesigns(SID)
If design doesn't comply with SID because of original preͲjoint venture
construction, were alternatives with Operations and Loss Prevention discussed to
selecttheappropriatealternative?
Do equipment location drawings indicate items that are not in compliance with
SID?
WasjustificationprovidedfornonͲcompliance?

CIVIL/STRUCTURAL
Civil/StructuralJPQA/QCChecklistRev.0(1ͲAugͲ2013)
"?"
N/A JobPackLogNumber:
X ProjectTitle:
RevisionNumber:
DateofRevision:
1 IsWeldProcedureSpecification(WPS)Required? N/A
Note:ifansweris"N/A",noneedtofillouttherestofthissection
ї WasWPSspecifiedintheJPDescriptionofWork?
ї WasacopyoftheWPSincludedintheJP?

2 IsNDE(NonͲDestructiveExamination)required?
ї Weretypeand%ofNDEspecified(i.e.5%PT/MT,100%RT,100%VT)?

3 IsstructuralanalysiswithcalculationreportrequiredfortheJP?
ї Were all possible loads on the structure identified (dead loads, life loads, wind
loads,etc.)?
ї
WasthecalculationreportsubmittedtoLeadCivil/StructuralEngineerforreview?

Note1:RefertoTCOSpecificationCivilDesignCriteriaCIVͲDUͲ5240ͲTCO
Note2:FormajorstructurescontactETCorcertifiedcontractortoprovidenecessarycalculations.

4 Doesthenewormodifiedstructuretransferloadstoexistingfacilities?
ї WastheexitingstructurereͲcheckedfornewloadingconditions?
ї
In case new or modified structure is transferring loads to plant equipment
(columns,vessels,stacks,etc.),wasadditionalmechanicalanalysisconducted?

5 DoesthenewstructureinterferewithexistingUGlinesorotherunderground
structures(i.e.foundations)?
ї Were the master drawings of the foundations studied in order to identify any
possibleinterferences?
ї Was a site survey conducted in order to identify possible unmarked UG
lines/cables

6 WerealternativesolutionsdiscussedtoavoidCivil/Structuralworks(i.e.
buildingnewstructuresintheareaofexistingfacilities)?
ї WasalternativeI&EdesigndiscussedifIWRwasoriginatedbyI&Egroups?
ї Was alternative Mechanical design discussed if IWR was originated by
Mechanicalgroups?

7 WereappropriateTCOCodesandSpecificationsreferenced?
ї If the job involves earth works refer to TCO Spec CIVͲSUͲ581ͲTCO Site preparation
andExcavationandSIͲ105
ї If job involves steel works refer to TCO Spec CIVͲSUͲ398ͲTCO Fabrication of
StructuralandMiscellaneousSteel
ї If job involves reinforced concrete works refer to TCO Spec CIVͲSUͲ850ͲTCO Plain
andReinforcedConcrete
Note:Includereferencestonationalorinternationalcodesifworksinvolvedarenotcoveredinthesedocuments

8 Beamsforliftinghoists
ї WasthecalculationforS.W.LattachedtotheJP?
ї Was a specialized company involved during beam certification and actual S.W.L.
identification?
Note:ContactServTechforbeamcertification
9 WasNACEMR0175/ISO15156specifiedwhenorderingmetallicmaterials?
Note1:NACE=NationalAssociationofCorrosionEngineers
Note2:Someexceptionsmayexist,consultwithAdvisorEngineer

10 IndustryCodesandCompanySpecifications
ї WereapplicableIndustryCodesreferencedintheMaterialRequisition(MR),such
asASME,ANSI,ASTM,API,GOST,etc.?
ї WereapplicableTCOandChevronspecificationsreferencedinMR?

11 DoesthecurrentstructuraldesigncomplywithSafetyInDesigns(SID)?
Note:ifansweris"N/A",noneedtofillouttherestofthissection
ї If design doesn't comply with SID because of original preͲjoint venture
construction, were alternatives with Operations and Loss Prevention discussed to
selecttheappropriatealternative?
ї DostructuraldrawingsindicateitemsthatarenotincompliancewithSID?
ї WasjustificationprovidedfornonͲcompliance?

12 WereconstructabilityissuesdiscussedwithTASPandLeadCivil/Structural
Engineer?
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ʿ̸̸̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̖̬̦̼̜̣̭̯̪̖̭̪̖̖̦̖̭̯̏̍̀̌̏̌/̸̡̨̨̡̦̯̬̣̖̭̯̀̌̏̌
YES ̶̵̵̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̪̖̯̱̥̖̦̯̦̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̥̖̦̥̦̯̙̦̼̬̯̌̌̔̌̌̏̌̌̌̍ˀ̖̔.0(1Ͳ
̌̏̐Ͳ2013)
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N/A ˀ̶̸̶̨̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̖̭̯̬̦̦̼̜̦̥̖̬̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̐̌̌̌̌̍̔̌:
X ʻ̨̡̛̦̖̪̬̖̯̌̏̌̌̚:
ʻ̶̨̡̛̛̥̖̬̬̖̔̌:
ʪ̶̡̛̛̯̬̖̌̌̔̌:

1 ˃̛̬̖̱̯̭̣̍̀́˃˄̶̨̡̛̦̪̬̖̱̬̱̭̬̌̔̏̌?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̨̨̛̪̥̥ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏ ̨̻̖̥̍ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̨̪ ̨̡̪̬̖̯̱ ̸̡̣̖̯̏̀̌ ̨̥̦̯̙̌ ̡̡̨̨̌̐Ͳ̨̛̣̍
̨̨̬̱̔̐̐ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́, ̛̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̪̯̖̬̙̖̦̼̔̏̔ ˃˄ ̦̌ ̶̨̪̬̖̱̬̱̔ ̡̛̭̬̏̌ ̶̨̛̛̭̪̖̣̭̯̥̌ ̨̪
̵̸̶̡̨̨̨̛̛̥̖̦̖̭̜̖̣̭̯̦̭̯̌?
ї ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ˃˄ ̦̌ ̶̨̪̬̖̱̬̱̔ ̡̛̭̬̏̌ ̡̱̦̼̌̌̚ ̏ ̨̛̛̛̪̭̦̌ ̨̻̖̥̍̌ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̡̪̖̯̌̌ ̸̨̬̖̜̌̍
̶̨̡̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̔̌?
ї ʥ̡̨̛̛̼̣̣̪̌́˃˄̶̸̸̶̨̡̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̦̪̬̖̱̬̱̭̬̣̖̦̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̔̏̌̏̀̌̏̌̌̍̔̌?

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 1: ʪ̣́ ̨̡̨̛̦̥̣̖̦̌́̚ ̭ ˃˄ ̦̌ ̶̨̪̬̖̱̬̱̔ ̡̛̭̬̏̌ ̛̪̬ ̶̛̛̛̬̖̣̌̌̚ ̨̡̨̪̬̖̯̏, ̏ ̨̻̖̥̍ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̵̡̨̨̯̬̼
̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̯̥̦̯̙̯̬̱̪̬̏̔̌̍̏̔̏,̭̥. ̶̛̯̣̱̌̍"˃˄˃ˌʽ̶̨̡̨̨̡̛̦̪̬̖̱̬̱̭̬̭̣̭̦̣̭̭̱̯̬̱̼̌̔̏̌̐̌̌̍"

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 2: ʪ̣́ ̸̨̛̪̣̱̖̦́ ̴̶̨̛̛̛̦̬̥̌ ̨̪ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̦̜̍̏̔ ̛̭̭̯̖̥̖, ̨̡̨̨̛̭̪̬̖̯̬̦̦̜̏̌ ̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌ ̭̯̦̬̯̱̌̔̌


ASMEB31.4(̴̨̛̛̛̛̯̬̱̼̯̦̪̭̯̦̬̯̱̍̐̌̔̌API),̶̵̸̶̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̭̙̯̖̭̭̭̪̖̣̭̯̥̪̥̖̦̖̭̜̖̣̭̯̦̭̯̏́̽̌̌

2 ˃̸̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̪̭̣̖̭̬̦̯̖̬̥̬̯̍́̏̌̌́̍̌̍̌(ʿˁ˃ʽ)?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̨̻̖̥̍ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̨̪ ̨̡̪̬̖̯̱ ̸̡̣̖̯̏̀̌ ̨̬̖̥̦̯ ̛̛̣ ̴̶̨̡̛̛̛̥̔̌̀ ̨̨̭̭̱̔̏ ̨̡̨̨̼̭̏̐
̛̣̖̦̔̌̏́, ̵̨̨̛̯̣̖̦̦̼̐̏̚ ̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌ ̭̯̦̬̯̥̌̔̌̌ ASME ̛̛̣ ʧʽˁ˃, ̛̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̍̏̌́ ̡
ʿˁ˃ʽ̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̪̯̖̬̙̖̦̼̖̱̺̥̦̭̪̖̯̬̥̬̱̪̪̼̦̖̙̦̭̯̔̏̔̏̔̐̌̔?

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌: ʪ̣́ ̨̡̨̛̦̥̣̖̦̌́̚ ̭ ̨̛̛̯̬̖̦̥̍̏̌́ ̡ ʿˁ˃ʽ ̛̪̬ ̶̛̛̛̬̖̣̌̌̚ ̨̡̨̪̬̖̯̏, ̏ ̨̻̖̥̍ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̵̡̨̨̯̬̼
̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̯̥̦̯̙̯̬̱̪̬̏̔̌̍̏̔̏,̭̥. ̶̛̯̣̱̌̍"˃˄˃ˌʽ̶̨̡̨̨̡̛̦̪̬̖̱̬̱̭̬̭̣̭̦̣̭̭̱̯̬̱̼̌̔̏̌̐̌̌̍"
ї ʥ̨̡̛̛̛̼̣̣̯̬̖̦̍̏̌́ʿˁ˃ʽ̸̶̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̱̦̼̪̖̯̖̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̌̏̌̌̍̔̌̚?
ї ʫ̶̨̛̭̣̪̬̖̱̬̔̌ʿˁ˃ʽ̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̍́,̸̸̶̡̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̣̖̦̣̦̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̏̀̌̌̏̌̌̍̔̌?
ї ʥ̨̼̣ ̛̣ ̡̨̱̦̌̌̚, ̸̨̯ ̛̦̖̬̬̱̹̺̜̌̌̀̚ ̡̨̨̦̯̬̣̽ ̛ ̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̖̌ ̦̌ ̨̯̖̬̭̯̏̔̽ ̨̣̙̦̼̔ ̼̯̍̽
̨̼̪̣̦̖̦̼̏ ʿʽˁʸʫ ʿˁ˃ʽ?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʶ̸̡̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̯̖̬̖̥̪̬̖̥̣̙̦̼̯̭̣̯̖̬̭̯̪̔̍̽̏̔ʥ̛̬̦̖̣̣̀200BHN

3 ˃̶̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̖̍́̔̐̌̌́̚(̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̯̖̬̥̬̯̥̖̯̣̣̣̼̯̖̭̦̖̦̬̍̌̍̌̌̌̔́̏́̏̔̔̌)?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:˃̴̶̨̡̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̯̣̣̬̖̥̦̯̥̭̭̱̍́̽̔́̌̔̌̔̏,̵̨̨̛̛̬̯̺̪̣̖̦̖̥̌̍̌̀̔̔̌̏,̡̛̯̥̌
̨̨̬̥̍̌̚,̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̶̨̛̪̬̣̦̖̌̌̽ ̛̣̖̦̖̔̌̏ ̨̨̨̬̏̔̔̌ ̪̬̖̼̹̖̯̏̌ ̸̡̡̛̛̛̬̯̖̭̜ ̪̬̖̖̣̔, ̼̣̍̌ ̛̣ ̨̪̬̖̖̦̏̔̌
̶̡̨̛̦̭̱̣̯̽̌́ ̭ ̛̖̱̺̥̏̔ ̡̨̨̛̦̭̪̖̯̬̥ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̛̦̖̙̦̭̯̌̔ ̨ ̵̨̨̨̛̛̦̖̥̭̯̍̔ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̏́
̶̛̛̖̔̐̌̌̚?
ї ʿ̶̴̨̨̨̨̡̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̯̭̣̖̹̣̣̬̖̏̔́̔̐̌̌́̔̏̚̚?

4 ˃̵̨̨̡̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̣̦̬̖̍́̔̌́̏̌̚(̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̬̦̬̯̺̖̥̬̱̦̏̏̌̌̌̍̌̀̍̔̏̌)?
ї ˁ̸̶̨̨̡̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̣̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̯̬̖̦̥̏̏̌̌̍̔̌̍̏̌́ʰ˃ʥͲ121"ˈ̨̨̣̦̔̌́
̡̬̖̏̌̚"?

5 ˃̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̍́ʻʶ(̡̨̨̛̦̖̬̬̱̹̺̜̦̯̬̣̌̌̀̽̚)?
ї ʥ̼̣ ̛̣ ̡̱̦̌̌̚ ̛̏̔ ̛ % ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̏́ ʻʶ (̯.̖. ʶʶʪ/ʺʿʪ 5% ̵̭̬̦̼̏̌ ̨̹̏̏, ˀʰ 100% ̵̭̬̦̼̏̌
̨̹̏̏,̨̨̛̱̣̦̼̜̭̥̯̬̏̌̽̚100%̵̨̭̬̦̼̹̏̌̏̏)?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 1: ʿ̛̬ ̨̛̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̏ ̨̡̨̪̬̖̯̏, ̏ ̨̻̖̥̍ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̵̡̨̨̯̬̼ ̵̨̛̯̏̔ ̨̥̦̯̙̌ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏, ̭̥.
̶̛̯̣̱̌̍"˃˄˃ˌʽ̶̨̡̨̨̡̛̦̪̬̖̱̬̱̭̬̭̣̭̦̣̭̭̱̯̬̱̼̌̔̏̌̐̌̌̍"
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 2: % ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̏́ ʻʶ ̨̣̙̖̦̔ ̨̨̨̭̯̖̯̭̯̯̏̏̏̌̽ ̨̻̖̥̱̍ ʻʶ, ̡̨̨̯̬̼̜ ̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̍́ ̣̔́ ̨̨̦̦̔̌̐ ̡̣̭̭̌̌
̯̬̱̼̍.ʻ̛̪̬̥̖̬̌,̨̛̦̖̥̖̦̜̯̖̯̬̖̦̭́̍̏̌́ˀʰ5%̵̨̭̬̦̼̹̦̏̌̏̏̌ˀʰ100%̵̨̭̬̦̼̹̏̌̏̏

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 3: ʪ̣́ ̸̨̛̪̣̱̖̦́ ̴̶̨̛̛̛̦̬̥̌ ̨̪ ̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̦̼̥̍̏̔ ̛̭̭̯̖̥̥̌, ̨̡̨̛̭̪̬̖̯̬̦̦̼̥̏̌ ̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌


̭̯̦̬̯̱̌̔̌ ASME B31.4 (̯̬̱̼̍ ̛ ̴̛̛̛̯̦̐ ̨̪ ̭̯̦̬̯̱̌̔̌ API), ̛̭̙̯̖̭̏́̽ ̨̭ ̶̨̛̛̭̪̖̣̭̯̥̌ ̨̪ ̵̸̡̨̛̥̖̦̖̭̜̌
̶̨̨̛̖̣̭̯̦̭̯
ї ʿ̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̬̦̣̯̬̱̣̖̖̦̣̭̭̌̍̍̔̐̌̌,̨̡̛̛̛̼̣̣̯̬̖̦̍̍̏̌́ʻʶ̸̨̨̛̯̖̣̦̪̖̬̖̭̣̖̦̼̔̽
̡̨̨̡̣̙̣̭̭̯̬̱̔́̌̔̐̌̌̍?
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̨̨̛̪̥̥ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏ ̨̻̖̥̍ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̨̪ ̨̡̪̬̖̯̱ ̸̡̣̖̯̏̀̌ ̨̥̦̯̙̌ ̡̡̨̨̌̐Ͳ̨̛̣̍
̨̨̬̱̔̐̐ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́, ̛̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̍̏̌́ ̡ ʻʶ ̨̪̯̖̬̙̖̦̼̔̏̔ ̛̖̱̺̥̏̔ ̡̨̨̛̦̭̪̖̯̬̥
̨̛̬̱̪̪̼̦̖̙̦̭̯̐̌̔?

6 ˃̡̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̬̦̯̜̦̼̜̭̯̼̍́̐̌̌?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʥ̨̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌̏̌ ̭ ̛̖̱̺̥̏̔ ̡̨̨̛̦̭̪̖̯̬̥ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̛̦̖̙̦̭̯̌̔ ̛̛̪̬̥̖̦̖̦̖
̸̶̨̨̡̨̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̬̦̯̜̦̭̯̼̼̪̱̭̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̐̌̌̐̌̔̏̌̌̌̌̍̔̌?
ї ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̪̣̦̖̦̼̌̚ ̴̨̬̥̼ ̡̛̌́̏̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐ ̡̭̯̼̌ ̨̔ ̡̼̪̱̭̏̌ ̡̪̖̯̌̌
̸̶̨̨̡̛̛̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̍̔̌?
ї ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ̴̨̬̥̼ ̡̛̌́̏̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐ ̡̭̯̼̌ ̨̪̣̦̖̦̼̌̚ ̛ ̨̪̦̼̔̌
̡̨̨̛̬̱̯̖̣̏̔̀ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̛̦̖̙̦̭̯̌̔ ̦̌ ̛̱̯̖̬̙̖̦̖̏̔ ̛̛̥̦̥̱̥ ̌̚ 7 ̦̖̜̔ ̨̔ ̨̨̛̪̬̭̯̏̔̏̌̚
̨̨̭̬̦̹̏̌̐̏̌?
ї ʥ̨̡̡̡̡̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̪̬̣̙̖̦̼̖̥̦̥̱̥̭̣̖̱̺̖̱̥̖̦̯̼̌́̏̌̔̀̔̚?
• ˁ̵̖̥̼ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏ ̛ ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ) ̛ (̛̛̣) ̸̨̡̛̛̛̥̖̯̬̖̭̜̚ ̸̖̬̯̖̙ ̭ ̸̡̛̖̯̥ ̡̛̱̦̖̥̌̌̚ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐(̵̼)
̡̭̯̼̌(̨̏).
• ʿ̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̣̦̦̭̪̖̯̬̦̭̪̼̯̦̜̌̏̌́̌
• ʿ̶̸̶̨̡̨̨̨̡̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̬̭̬̯̖̯̯̯̖̭̯̥̖̯̭̬̔̌̏̌̍̌̌̔̏̌
ї ʥ̼̣̌ ̛̣ ̡̨̛̪́ ̨̱̯̖̬̙̖̦̦̜̏̔ ̴̨̬̥̼ ̨̪̬̭̌̌̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐ ̡̭̯̼̌
̸̶̨̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̪̬̣̙̖̦̪̖̯̱̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̌̌̍̔̌?
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐ ̡̭̯̼̌ ̨̼̣̍ ̡̨̱̦̌̌̚ ̦̌ ̵̨̛̥̦̐ ̸̵̨̡̛̛̛̥̖̯̬̖̭̚ ̸̵̖̬̯̖̙̌
̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏, ̼̣̍̌ ̛̣ ̨̨̨̪̯̣̖̦̔̐̏̌ ̛ ̨̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̔̌̏̌ ̦̌ ̨̛̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̦̖̌ ̨̯̖̣̦̔̽̌́
̡̌́̏̌̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐ ̡̭̯̼̌ ̣̔́ ̡̨̙̜̌̔ ̨̛̛̛̥̖̯̬̚
̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏/̸̨̨̨̨̖̬̯̖̙̯̬̱̪̬̌̍̏̔̏?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 1: ʦ ̬̖̣̖̌̔̚ "ʽ̨̨̛̭̦̦̖̍̏̌ ̣̔́ ̨̛̯̭̯̱̪̣̖̦́ ̨̯ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̜̍̏̌ ˃˄" ̏ ̡̖̌́̏̚ ̵̨̨̨̛̦̖̥̍̔ ̸̡̨̖̯
̨̛̻̭̦̯̍́̽ ̵̸̡̛̛̯̖̦̖̭̖ ̸̛̛̪̬̦̼ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̏́ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐ ̡̭̯̼̌. ˃̡̛̖̌ ̸̛̛̪̬̦̼, ̡̡̌ ̴̡̛̬̐̌, ̯̬̯̼̌̌̚ ̛̛̣
“̨̣̖̖̍ ̨̨̪̬̭̯̖ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏” ̦̖ ̣̯̭́̏́̀́ ̸̨̨̛̭̯̯̦̼̥̔̌. ˃̨̡̨̣̽ ̨̪̬̖̬̖̦̦̼̖̏ ̛ ̨̪̯̖̬̙̖̦̦̼̖̔̏̔ ̵̸̡̛̛̯̖̦̖̭̖
̨̛̯̬̱̦̭̯̔ ̱̱̯̍̔ ̛̬̭̭̥̯̬̯̭̌̌̏̌̽́ ̏ ̸̡̖̭̯̖̌̏ ̨̨̨̛̭̦̦̍̏̌́ ̣̔́ ̨̛̯̭̯̱̪̣̖̦́ ̨̯ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̜̍̏̌ ̨̛̪̬̖̖̦̏̔́
̸̵̨̡̛̛̛̬̭̯̯̖̭̐̔̌ ̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̜̌ ̦̌ ̸̨̛̖̬̥̖̯̦̭̯̐̽.
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 2: ʪ̣́ ̨̡̨̛̦̥̣̖̦̌́̚ ̭ ̶̨̨̪̬̖̱̬̜̔ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̏́ ̨̨̛̬̦̯̜̦̐̌̌̐ ̡̭̯̼̌ ̏ ̨̪̭̣̖̦̖̜̔ ̶̡̛̛̬̖̔̌
̨̨̡̨̭̪̣̱̜̯̖̭̭̭̼̣̜̦̦̦̼̜̖̏̽̽̌̔̌̏̍̚Ͳ̭̜̯̌.

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌3:ʪ̴̶̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̣̦̥̣̖̦̭̣̖̖̪̬̦̜̦̬̥̖̜̭̥́̌́̍̔̍̌̚.̸̨̡̭̭̼̣̦̱̪̪̱̀̌"ʧ̡̛̬̦̯̜̦̼̜̭̯̼̌̌"

7 ˃̡̨̨̡̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̪̬̬̦̜̯̬̱̼̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̖̜̯̬̱̖̍́̏̌̌̏̍̏̀̍?
ї ʿ̛̬ ̨̛̛̯̭̱̯̭̯̏ ̵̦̦̼̔̌ ̨̪ ʻʶ ̏ ̡̖̌́̏̚ ̦̌ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̼̖ ̨̬̯̼̌̍ ̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̼̪̣̦̖̦̏ ʻʶ ̏
̸̸̵̵̨̨̨̡̡̨̨̨̨̛̪̬̖̪̣̖̥̜̯̖̬̖̦̣̥̖̦̥̦̯̙̦̼̬̯̔̌̐̌̏̔̌̌̌̌̌̌̍̚?
ї ʥ̶̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̦̭̯̬̱̪̼̪̣̦̖̦̏̀ʻʶ̸̸̶̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̣̖̦̼̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̏̀̏̌̌̍̔̌?

8 ˃̸̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̬̣̖̭̖̭̪̼̯̦̖̍́̐̔̌̏̌?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʥ̼̣̌ ̛̣ ̨̪̬̖̬̖̦̏̌/̨̪̯̖̬̙̖̦̔̏̔̌ ̨̨̨̥̙̦̭̯̏̽̚ ̸̡̨̨̛̛̬̣̖̭̐̔̌̏̐ ̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̌́
̶̡̨̨̨̡̛̛̦̭̱̣̯̦̯̥̯̖̣̭̪̣̱̯̽̌̔̌̾̌̌?
ї ˀ̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̭̪̣̙̖̦̣̥̦̥̖̯̬̼̭̹̖̜̯̖̭̭̯̖̥̼̌̌̏̏?
ї ʥ̸̶̸̸̨̨̡̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̖̭̪̖̖̦̖̦̯̣̼̭̹̖̜̯̖̣̬̣̖̭̭̪̼̯̦̌̍̌̏́́̏̏̔́̐̔̌̏̐̌́?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 1: ʰ̦̙̖̦̖̬ ̨̪̬̖̖̯̏̔ ̶̨̡̖̦̱ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̦̜̍̏̔ ̛̭̭̯̖̥̼ ̭ ̶̖̣̽̀ ̨̛̪̬̖̖̣̖̦̔́ ̵̨̨̥̙̦̼̏̚
̸̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̯̬̱̦̭̯̖̜̣̼̪̣̦̖̦̬̣̖̭̭̪̼̯̦̔̔́̏́̐̔̌̏̐̌́
ї ʥ̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̼̣̣̱̦̭̪̼̯̯̖̣̦̖̣̖̦̖̌̌̌̽̔̌̏̚?

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 2: ʻ̌ ̵̨̦̼̏ ̵̨̨̛̯̣̖̦̦̼̐̏̚ ̵̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̦̼̍̏̔ ̶̵̡̛̭̖́ ̨̨̣̙̦̔ ̼̯̍̽ ̨̨̪̬̖̖̦̏̔ ̸̡̨̛̛̬̣̖̭̖̐̔̌̏


̨̛̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̖̪̣̖̦̖̥̌̔̔̌̏,̏1,5̸̡̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̬̪̬̖̼̹̺̥̥̭̥̣̦̖̬̭̖̯̦̖̣̖̦̖̭̣̭̦̣̭̭̱̯̬̱̼̌̌̏̌̀̌̌̽̌̔̌̏̐̌̌̍̚.
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 3: ʦ ̵̥̖̭̯̌ ̡̛̛̪̬̬̏̌ ̵̨̦̼̏ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏ ̡ ̛̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̥̏̀ ̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̥̍̏̔̌, ̵̡̛̯̌ ̡̡̌
̨̥̦̯̙̦̼̖̌ ̭̬̦̼̖̏̌ ̹̼̏, ̨̣̙̦̼̔ ̼̯̍̽ ̨̪̬̖̖̦̼̏̔ ̸̡̛̛̛̬̣̖̭̖̐̔̌̏ ̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̌́ ̨̪̔ ̛̣̖̦̖̥̔̌̏, ̏ 1,5 ̬̌̌̚
̛̪̬̖̼̹̺̥̏̌̀ ̵̨̨̛̭̦̖̔ ̸̨̬̭̖̯̦̖̌ ̛̣̖̦̖̔̌̏ ̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̖̜̏̀ ̛̛̛̣̦. ʪ̦̦̼̖̌ ̨̪ ̵̨̨̛̭̦̥̱̔ ̸̨̬̭̖̯̦̥̱̌ ̛̣̖̦̔̌̏̀
̵̸̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̛̥̱̯̭̖̬̙̯̭̯̖̦̖̭̥̪̭̪̬̯̖̦̯̬̱̪̬̐̔̌̽́̏̌̌̍̏̔.
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌4:ʪ̸̴̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̣̪̣̱̖̦̦̬̥̪̯̬̱̪̬̦̜̭̭̯̖̥̖́́̌̍̏̔,̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̭̪̬̖̯̬̦̦̜̭̣̭̦̭̯̦̬̯̱̏̌̐̌̌̔̌
ASMEB31.4(̴̨̛̛̛̛̯̬̱̼̯̦̪̭̯̦̬̯̱̍̐̌̔̌API)̭̥.̶̨̪̬̖̱̬̱̔˃ˌʽ̸̵̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̪̪̬̖̖̦̬̣̖̭̭̪̼̯̦̜̏̔̀̐̔̌̏̌
̵̨̨̨̛̯̬̱̪̬̦̼̭̭̯̖̥̍̏̔(XͲ000ͲLͲPROͲ0001,ˀ̖̔.B)
ї ʿ̛̬ ̨̨̛̛̛̯̣̖̦̐̏̚ ̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̌ ̛̚ ̨̛̱̭̯̖̦̯̦̜̌ ̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̌̏̀ ̛̭̯̣̌ ̛̛̣ ̡̨̨̛̦̖̣̖̏̐
̵̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̭̪̣̪̬̖̬̖̦̣̭̖̬̙̦̖̣̬̖̌̏̌̏̔̌̔̌̏̏̔?(̨̨̣̙̦̼̯̥̖̦̖̖̔̍̽50ppm)

9 ʺ̶̸̨̡̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̙̖̯̣̭̪̣̱̯̦̦̖̭̪̼̯̦̖̥̖̦̯̬̣̖̭̖̭̪̼̯̦̖̾̌̌̌̌̽̐̔̌̏̌̚?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʥ̨̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̨̪̬̖̬̖̦̏, ̸̨̯ ̸̨̬̌̍̌́ ̡̨̛̙̭̯̔̽ ̨̨̛̯̦̭̯̭́ ̡ ̡̨̛̛̯̖̬̌̐ “D”, ̨̨̪̬̖̖̣̖̥̜̔́ ̡̡̌
̭̬̖̼̔ ̛̭̭̯̖̥ ̨̨̦̖̬̬̖̭̱̬̭̾̐̏ ̡̨̨̛̦̐̚ ̛̣̖̦̔̌̏́, ̡̨̨̯̬̼̖ ̣̯̭́̏́̀́ ̸̨̛̛̦̖̬̥̐̀,
̸̸̨̡̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̦̖̯̭̦̼̥̦̖̬̖̦̼̥̣̬̖̣̖̏̔̔́̔̏̽́̏̌̚?
ї ˀ̸̡̨̨̛̛̛̦̖̯̭̣̥̭̥̣̦̖̬̭̖̯̦̖̣̖̦̖̌̏́́̌̌̽̌̔̌̏10,35̛̬̍̌̍̚.?
ї ˁ̸̨̨̨̨̛̛̭̯̣̖̯̣̪̦̬̭̖̯̦̜̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̼̯̌̏́̔̌̌̌̌̚Ͳ29 o C̨̔186 0 C?
ї ʥ̨̼̣ ̛̣ ̶̡̨̨̛̭̪̣̱̯̦̦̖̾̌̌ ̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̖̌ ̨̨̪̯̖̬̙̖̦̔̏̔ ̛̖̱̺̥̏̔ ̡̨̨̛̦̭̪̖̯̬̥ ̬̱̪̪̼̐
̨̛̦̖̙̦̭̯̌̔?
ї ʦ̸̴̡̨̡̛̣̖̦̣̬̥̯̀̌̌̌̌PͲ032̸̶̡̨̨̡̛̛̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̏̌̌̍̔̌?

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʻ̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̯̬̖̥̦̯̬̦̦̥̯̬̱̪̬̖̥̙̖̯̼̯̼̪̣̦̖̦̭̪̣̱̯̦̦̖̭̪̼̯̦̖̌̏̌̍̏̔̍̽̏̾̌̌̌
̸̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̥̖̭̯̬̣̖̭̭̪̼̯̦̏̐̔̌̏̐̌́,̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̖̭̣̪̬̥̖̦̥̼̭̣̖̱̺̖̭̪̖̯̼̭̣̭̦̔̀̌̐̌ ˃˄˃ˌʽPIMͲSUͲ3541ͲTCO
10 ʽ̨̨̨̨̪̬̼̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̌
ї ʥ̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̼̣̣̯̬̱̦̼̖̪̬̼̭̪̬̖̯̬̦̼̭̣̭̦̭̯̦̬̯̱̍̏̌̐̌̌̔̌ PIMͲDUͲ5153ͲTCO ?
ї ʿ̵̸̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̡̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̭̪̣̦̪̬̱̙̦̦̼̪̬̣̪̖̭̣̖̯̣̪̖̯̬̖̜̽̏̌̔̏̏̀̌̌̌̍̚
̶̶̸̨̡̡̨̨̡̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̦̭̯̬̱̪̪̬̖̖̦̦̭̪̖̯̬̦̬̖̜̪̣̺̣̔̌̏̔̀̏̌́̌̍̌̔̔́
̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̖̬̪̬̣̦̬̭̪̣̙̖̦̦̣̖̙̺̖̥̦̯̙̏̌̏̽̐̌́̌̔̌̐̌̌,̡̨̨̛̯̙̖̭̦̯̱̪̬̌̌́́̏
̸̵̨̨̛̛̬̦̖̦̐̌́̔̌?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʿ̸̵̵̵̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̱̙̦̦̼̖̪̬̼̪̖̭̪̭̯̣̯̭̭̱̪̬̥̬̦̖̦̦̪̬̣̖̦̔̏̌̏́̀́̌̐̌́̔̌̏̍̌̌̏́.
˄̸̵̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̼̬̦̖̦̱̭̯̦̣̯̭̯̥̬̥̐̌́̔̌̌̌̏̏̌̀́̌̍̌̚,̸̨̨̨̨̛̛̯̼̪̬̱̙̦̼̣̖̖̦̭̥̦̯̬̦̦̥̍̌̍̌̌̏̔̌̏̏̌̚
̶̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̪̣̙̖̦̭̖̣̣̖̖̦̭̦̯̱̪̬̪̭̣̖̖̬̹̖̦̬̯̪̥̦̯̙̱̯̬̱̪̬̦̜̭̭̯̖̥̼̽̀̍̐́́́̏̌̏́̌̍̌̍̏̔̚.
ʿ̸̸̵̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̣̖̦̦̥̦̯̙̯̬̱̪̬̦̜̭̭̯̖̥̼̱̪̬̼̬̦̖̦̣̙̦̼̼̯̭̦̯̼̌́̌̌̍̏̔̐̌́̔̌̔̍̽́.ʦ
̸̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̥̭̯̯̯̪̪̬̱̙̦̦̜̪̬̼̱̪̬̬̦̖̦̥̙̖̯̼̯̭̯̦̼̥̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̥̌̏̌̐̌́̔̌̍̽̏̌̏̏̚
̨̡̨̡̛̛̣̬̍̏,̴̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̯̪̬̦̼̥̹̯̯̥̣̭̯̪̬̦̼̥̜̥̌̐̌̌.ʦ̸̨̨̡̨̡̛̛̛̛̭̣̱̖̪̬̥̖̦̖̦̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̣̬̌́̏̌̍̏
̴̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̣̹̯̯̦̭̦̥̯̭̏̌̀́.ˁ̨̨̡̛̯̪̬̦̼̖̜̐̌,̡̡̨̛̪̬̣̌̌̏,̵̵̨̨̨̛̛̭̪̣̱̖̥̼̖̦̪̬̱̙̦̦̼̪̬̽̌̌̚,̨̣̙̦̼̔
̡̡̨̨̨̨̡̨̛̛̼̯̥̙̦̣̹̖̭̣̣̖̦̼̙̥̦̪̬̣̖̦̍̽̌̍̽̌̍̏̌̔̌̌̏,̸̵̨̛̛̛̛̛̯̖̥̭̥̼̥̖̭̪̖̙̖̦̖̖̬̦̌̍̏̌́̔̏̏̏̏̚.

11 ʽ̨̨̨̡̨̛̛̯̼̯̬̱̥̣̥̖̯̬̭̼̏̔̍̌̐̔̌̌̍<1,5̜̥̔̀̌
ї ʰ̨̨̛̭̪̣̣̭̽̏̌̽̚ ̛̣ ̴̶̨̛̦̪̣̦̼̌ ̣̔́ ̵̨̛̦̖̪̖̬̙̖̥̼̔̔̏̌ ̨̨̨̯̏̔̏ ̯̬̱̍ ̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̔̌ ̨̔ 2
̵̨̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̜̥̯̬̱̦̼̣̣̖̯̬̣̹̖̥̖̯̬̔̀̏̍̏̍̽̐̔̌̌?
ї ʥ̨̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̨̨̛̭̥̦̯̬̦̏̌ ̡̛̬̖̪̣̖̦̖ ̦̌ ̴̶̨̛̦̪̣̦̖̌ ̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌ ̭̯̦̬̯̱̌̔̌ PIMͲDUͲ5153ͲTCO
̖̯̣̔̌̽ GSW1, GSW101 ̛̛̣ A20 ̛̛̣ ̏ ̨̨̛̛̭̯̖̯̭̯̏̏ ̭ ̱̯̖̬̙̖̦̦̼̥̏̔ ̡̛̣̖̦̯̦̼̥̾̏̏̌
̨̭̯̦̬̯̥̌̔̌?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌: ʽ̨̯̼̏̔ ̨̨̥̣̌̐ ̛̥̖̯̬̔̌̌ ̨̪̖̬̙̖̦̼̔̏ ̨̨̱̭̯̣̭̯̦̥̱̌ ̛̬̬̱̹̖̦̌̀̚ ̛̭̣̖̭̯̖̏̔̏ ̡̛̛̬̭̯̬̖̭̦̌̏̌́
̨̪̔ ̛̦̪̬̙̖̦̖̥̌́, ̼̦̦̼̥̏̏̌̚ ̡̨̭̬̜̏̌, ̛ ̶̶̡̨̛̛̦̖̦̯̬̌ ̛̦̪̬̙̖̦̜̌́, ̨̨̨̭̖̦̦̍ ̏ ̵̥̖̭̯̌ ̡̛̛̪̬̬̏̌ ̬̭̯̬̱̏̌̍.
ʿ̛̬̬̦̼̖̏̌ ̬̭̯̬̱̏̌̍ ̨̛̛̭̖̦̖̦̔́ ̨̣̙̦̼̔ ̛̪̬̥̖̦̯̭́̽́ ̨̡̨̯̣̽ ̏ ̵̨̨̭̼̍ ̸̵̭̣̱̌́ ̛̪̬ ̸̨̛̛̛̬̦̖̦̐̌ ̨̪̬̭̯̬̦̭̯̌̏̌,
̨̪̣̖̙̯̔̌ ̛̱̯̖̬̙̖̦̏̔̀ ̛̖̱̺̥̏̔ ̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̥ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̐ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́ ̛ ̨̣̙̦̼̔ ̭̦̙̯̭̌̍̌̽́
̸̡̨̨̛̛̛̬̖̪̣̖̦̖̥̭̣̭̦̪̬̥̖̦̼̹̖̐̌̌̀̏.

12 ʦ̸̸̶̸̡̡̨̨̡̡̛̛̛̛̛̣̖̯̣̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̬̖̥̖̦̦̼̖̱̭̯̬̦̖̦̱̯̖̀̌̌̌̍̔̌̏̌́?
ʿ̛̬ ̛̛̱̣̖̦̔̌ ̨̛̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̏, ̵̨̨̛̭̪̣̦̦̼̽̏̌̚ ̣̔́ ̨̨̬̖̥̖̦̦̏̐ ̛̱̭̯̬̦̖̦̌́ ̸̡̛̱̯̖, ̛
̨̛̛̪̬̖̖̦̏̔ ̨̬̖̥̦̯̌ ̭ ̛̛̪̬̥̖̦̖̦̖̥ ̨̨̨̨̪̭̯̦̦́̐ ̛̬̖̹̖̦́ ̸̡̣̖̯̏̀̌ ̛̣ ̡̪̖̯̌ ̸̨̬̖̜̌̍
̶̨̡̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̔̌ ̨̦̥̖̬ ̛ ̯̱̔̌ ̵̨̨̛̭̦̜̔ ̸̨̬̖̜̌̍ ̡̛̌́̏̚ ̦̌ ̨̬̖̥̖̦̦̖̏ ̛̱̭̯̬̦̖̦̖̌ ̸̡̛̱̯̖
(̵̶̴̶̨̨̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̯̦̖̥̣̯̱̣̦̬̥̾̍̔̔́̌̌̌̌̚,̵̵̬̦̺̖̜̭̖̦̦̼̌́́̏̍̌̔̌̚CAPSTONE)?

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌: ʦ̬̖̥̖̦̦̼̖ ̛̱̭̯̬̦̖̦̌́ ̸̡̛̱̯̖ ̨̣̙̦̼̔ ̨̼̪̣̦̯̭̏́̽́ ̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌ ̶̡̛̛̛̦̭̯̬̱ ̨̪ ̨̬̖̥̖̦̦̥̱̏


̸̡̛̛̱̭̯̬̦̖̦̱̯̖̌̀POMͲLͲPROͲ0002(̶̨̡̛̛̛̱̱̺̜̦̥̖̬̬̖̍̔̔̌;EUͲFIXͲPLͲPIFEͲLEAKͲRpipe)

13 ˃̴̶̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̬̖̥̦̯̣̥̬̱̦̍́̔̌́̍̔̏̌́,̨̨̨̛̛̬̖̭̯̬̬̦̦̌̐̏̌̐̏̚ˀʧ˃ʰ?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ˁ̥.̸̶̸̶̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̬̜̪̬̖̭̭̪̱̥̖̦̯̌̍̔̌̔̌̏ˀʧ˃ʰ̨̛̦̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̦̖̌̌
ї ʥ̼̣ ̛̣ ̼̪̱̺̖̦̏ ̪̣̦̌ ̨̬̖̥̦̯̌ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́, ̏ ̡̨̨̨̯̬̥ ̡̱̦̼̌̌̚ ̨̨̪̹̼̖̌̐̏ ̶̡̛̛̛̦̭̯̬̱,
̶̸̨̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̪̬̖̱̬̼̯̪̬̭̯̦̔̌̏?

14 ˃̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̪̬̖̯̬̦̖̪̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̍́̏̌̍̽/̶̸̡̨̡̨̨̛̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̜̭̯̌?
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̏ ̵̡̬̥̌̌ ̨̡̪̬̖̯̌ ̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̍́ ̨̡̪̖̬̙̔̔̌ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̌ ̨̪
̨̨̨̛̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̍̽/̶̡̨̡̨̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̜ ̸̛̭̯̌, ̼̣̍̌ ̡̌́̏̌̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̵̛̦̱̯̬̖̦̦̏
̨̬̯̌̍ ̨̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̔̌̏̌ ̦̌ ̨̛̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̦̖̌ ̖̱̺̖̥̱̏̔ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̱ ̨̪ ̨̡̪̖̬̙̖̔̔ ̶̡̛̛̭̪̣̱̯̾̌̌
̨̌̏̔̌̚ʶ˃ʸ?
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˃̵̨̡̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̪̬̭̦̦̖̭̖̦̖̺̯̦̼̪̬̼̯̜̦̯̬̱̪̬̼̬̱̦̖̍́̌̌̌̌̌̍̏̔̍̔̏̌̚?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌: ˄̡̛̙̯̖̌ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ̛̦̦̖̭̖̦̌̀ ̵̛̺̯̦̼̌̚ ̨̡̛̪̬̼̯̜ ̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌ ̭̯̦̬̯̱̌̔̌ ˃ˌʽ COMͲSUͲ5191Ͳ
TCO
ї ʥ̛̣ ̛̣ ̨̨̛̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̺̜̏̏̀ ʸʰˁ˃ ˃ʫˈʻʰˋʫˁʶʰˈ ʪʤʻʻˏˈ ʻʤ ˁʰˁ˃ʫʺ˄ ʯʤˍʰ˃ʻˏˈ ʿʽʶˀˏ˃ʰʱ
̸̸̶̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̣̖̦̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̏̀̏̌̌̍̔̌?

16
˃̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̦̣̦̪̬̙̖̦̜̣̣̦̜̍́̌̌̌́̔́̚,̵̸̸̨̡̡̨̛̛̭̪̣̱̖̥̼̣̪̖̬̖̬̖̜̭̬̖̼̽̔́̌̐́̔̚?
ї ˃̬̖̱̖̯̭̍́ ̛̣ ̛̦̣̌̌̚ ̛̦̪̬̙̖̦̜̌́ CEASAR ̣̔́ ̵̨̦̼̏ ̛̛̣ ̴̶̵̨̨̛̛̛̥̬̦̦̼̔̏̌
̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏,̵̸̸̨̡̡̨̛̛̭̪̣̱̖̥̼̣̪̖̬̖̬̖̜̭̬̖̼̽̔́̌̐́̔̚?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ˁ̥.˃˄˃ˌʽ PIMͲDUͲ5155ͲTCO "ʤʻʤʸʰʯʺʫˈʤʻʰˋʫˁʶʽʧʽʻʤʿˀ˔ʮʫʻʰ˔ʰʧʰʥʶʽˁ˃ʰ˃ˀ˄ʥʽʿˀʽʦʽʪʤ"

17 ʥ̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̣̣̯̬̱̪̬̬̱̦̱̦̭̣̭̦̭̯̦̬̯̱̌́́̔́̍̏̔̏̍̔̏̌́̌̌̌̐̌̌̔̌̚̚NͲSTͲ2001
(IRMͲSUͲ1381ͲTCȌ̱̱̺̖̥̍̔)?
ї
ʥ̶̶̸̸̶̨̨̨̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̺̯̣̣̣̖̦̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̏̏̀̌́̌̍̌́̏̀̌̏̌̌̍̔̌̚?

18 ˃̨̡̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̯̖̪̣̭̪̱̯̦̍́?
ї
ʿ̛̬ ̵̨̨̨̛̛̦̖̥̭̯̍̔ ̏ ̨̡̛̯̖̪̣̭̪̱̯̦̖ ̼̣̍̌ ̛̣ ̡̌́̏̌̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̵̛̦̱̯̬̖̦̦̏ ̨̬̯̌̍
̨̛̼̭̣̦̖̱̺̖̥̱̦̙̖̦̖̬̱̪̏̌̌̏̔ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ)̛ˑ̸̴̨̡̨̨̨̡̛̛̦̣̖̼̪̬̖̯̬̦̪̪̬̖̯̱̏̌̌̌̏̌́̚?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌: ʰ̦̙̖̦̖̬̼ ̨̪ ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ) ̛ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̼Ͳ̡̡̛̛̣̖̯̬̾ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̐ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́ ̨̭̭̯̯̌̏́
̸̶̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̯̖̣̦̼̜̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̔̽̌̌̍̔̌
ї ʿ̛̬ ̵̨̨̨̛̛̦̖̥̭̯̍̔ ̏ ̨̨̪̬̜̌̏ ̡̬̱̹̖̍̌ ̛̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̛̖̯̣̔̌ ̵̸̡̨̨̛̥̖̦̖̭̌̐ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́
̸̡̣̖̦̼̏̀ ̏ ̡̪̖̯̌ ̸̨̬̖̜̌̍ ̶̨̡̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̔̌, ̨̭̭̯̣̖̦̦̼̜̌̏ ̨̬̱̪̪̜̐ ̨̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̐
̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́?

19 ʥ̸̨̨̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̪̬̖̬̖̦̥̦̥̣̦̬̭̖̯̦̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̣̥̯̖̬̣̌̏̌̌̽̌́̌̌́̌̌̔́̌̌̏?
ї ʥ̼̣̌ ̛̣ ̛̛̥̦̥̣̦̌̽̌́ ̸̬̭̖̯̦̌̌́ ̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̌̌ ̥̖̯̣̣̌̌ Ͳ40 0 ˁ ̸̡̣̖̦̏̀̌ ̏ ˃˄ ̦̌ ̨̨̦̖̏ ̛̛̣
̨̭̥̖̦̦̖ ̨̨̨̛̯̣̖̦̦̖̐̏̚ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌, ̡̨̯̖̌ ̡̡̌ ̸̡̛̪̱ ̨̡̯̬̱̍ ̨̨̡̛̯̖̪̣̥̖̦̦̍̌ ̛̛̣
̨̭̭̱̼̔,̨̨̛̛̬̯̺̖̪̣̖̦̖̥̌̍̌̀̔̔̌̏?
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̛̪̬ ̨̨̛̛̛̯̣̖̦̐̏̚ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́ ̨̨̛̛̭̪̣̣̭̽̏̌̽̚ ̛̣̭̯̼ ̛̚ ̨̨̛̱̣̖̬̭̯̜̐̔ ̛̭̯̣̌, ̼̣̍
̡̛̣̱̦̭̯̦̬̯̌̌̌̔̌̚ASTṂ̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̦̬̥̣̦̦̱̣̖̬̭̯̭̯̣̌̏̌̌́̐̔̌́̌̽̚SA516̡̛̥̬̌70?

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 1: ʻ̖̯ ̵̨̨̨̛̛̦̖̥̭̯̍̔ ̏ ̡̛̛̱̦̌̌̚ ̨̛̛̥̦̥̣̦̜̌̽ ̸̨̬̭̖̯̦̜̌ ̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̼̌ ̥̖̯̣̣̌̌ ̣̔́ ̯̬̱̍,
̡̨̣̪̦̌̌̏ ̛̛̣ ̴̨̛̛̯̦̐̏, ̵̡̦̦̼̌̌̌̚̚ ̨̨̭̣̭̦̐̌ ̡̣̭̭̱̌ ̯̬̱̼̍ ˃ˌʽ, ̡̯̌ ̡̡̌ ̭̖̏ ̶̨̛̛̛̪̚ ̨̛̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̏ ̵̨̨̪̯̔̔́ ̣̔́
̸̨̨̛̛̥̦̥̣̦̜̬̭̖̯̦̜̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̼̌̽̌̌
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 2: ʪ̣́ ̨̨̭̭̱̔̏, ̵̨̛̬̯̺̌̍̌̀ ̨̪̔ ̛̣̖̦̖̥̔̌̏, ̸̨̨̪̬̦̭̯̽ ̨̛̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̏ ̛̪̬ ̱̬̖̔̌ ̨̣̙̦̔̌ ̨̪̬̖̬̯̭̏́̽́
̛̪̬ ̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̖̌ Ͳ40 0 C ̛̛̣ ̛̪̬ ̸̨̬̭̖̯̦̜̌ ̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̖̌, ̏ ̨̛̛̛̭̥̭̯̌̏̚ ̨̯ ̨̨̯̐, ̡̡̌̌́ ̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̌̌ ̛̦̙̖.
ʪ̣́ ̨̡̨̛̦̥̣̖̦̌́̚ ̭ ̨̛̛̯̬̖̦̥̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ̨̛̛̥̦̥̣̦̜̌̽ ̸̨̨̛̪̬̦̭̯ ̛̪̬ ̱̬̖̔̌ ̭̥. ˃˄ ˃ˌʽ ̦̌ ̨̭̭̱̼̔, ̨̛̬̯̺̖̌̍̌̀ ̨̪̔
̛̣̖̦̖̥̔̌̏

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌ 3: ʺ̛̛̦̥̣̦̌̽̌́ ̸̬̭̖̯̦̌̌́ ̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̌̌ ̣̔́ ̸̵̡̛̛̦̖̥̖̯̣̣̖̭̌ ̨̣̖̥̖̦̯̾̏ (̯.̖. ̵̨̛̱̪̣̯̦̯̖̣̦̼̽


̶̡̨̣̖)̬̦̖̯̭̌̏́́Ͳ40 0 Č̸̨̛̛̣̬̭̖̯̦̜̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̖̌,̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̭̥̭̯̯̯̏̌̏̐̚,̡̡̛̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̦̙̖̌̌́̌̌.

20
ʥ̡̛̼̣̣̱̦̭̯̦̬̯̌̌̌̔̌̚NACEMR0175/ISO15156̸̵̡̡̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̖̦̖̥̖̯̣̣̖̭̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̌̌̌̏̚̚?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌1:NACE=ʻ̶̶̶̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̣̦̭̭̦̙̖̦̖̬̪̬̬̌̌̽̌́̌̌́̏̚

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌2:ʦ̸̵̨̨̨̡̡̛̛̛̥̙̦̦̣̖̌̌̚Ͳ̸̨̡̛̛̛̣̭̣̖̦̜̍̀,̨̡̛̛̬̯̯̖̭̦̙̖̦̖̬̱̍̌̽Ͳ̡̨̨̨̦̭̱̣̯̦̯̱̭̖̯̥̽̌̌̏̚

21 ʦ̸̸̶̵̡̡̨̨̡̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̣̖̯̣̦̦̼̜̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̬̯̼̪̪̬̖̬̦̯̖̣̦̼̥̣̪̦̥̀̌̔̌̌̌̍̔̌̌̍̔̌̽̌̌̌
̨̛̭̬̭̣̖̦̍̌̔̌̏́?
ї ˁ̨̨̯̖̯̭̯̱̯̏̏̀ ̛̣ ̵̨̛̪̬̖̬̦̯̖̣̦̼̖̔̌̽ ̡̣̪̦̼̌̌ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̥̍̏̌́ ˃˄ ˃ˌʽ FRSͲDUͲ5056ͲTCO,
FRSͲSUͲ5032ͲTCƠFRSͲSUͲ5033ͲTCO?
ї ʿ̛̬ ̡̖̌̌̚̚ ̨̨̨̦̏̐ ̛̛̣ ̨̨̭̥̖̦̦̐ ̵̨̨̨̛̪̬̖̬̦̯̖̣̦̔̌̽̐ ̡̣̪̦̌̌̌ ̨̭̬̭̍̌ ̛̣̖̦̔̌̏́ ̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̖̐
̵̸̡̛̛̯̖̦̖̭̜ ̨̪̭̪̬̯̌ ̨̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̔̌̏ ̦̌ ̨̛̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̦̖̌ ̸̡̛̦̣̦̱̌̌̽ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̪
̸̶̵̡̨̨̨̨̡̡̨̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̭̪̖̯̬̦̬̱̦̣̦̣̦̱̣̪̦̦̖̪̱̭̏̌̀̍̔̏̌́̌̌̽̌̌̐̌̔Ͳ̡̛̦̣̌̌̔?

22 ʥ̡̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̣̪̦̯̬̦̭̣̭̦̭̪̭̱̯̯̖̣̖̜̣̪̦̌̌̍̌̐̌̐̏̌̌̏̚,̵̡̨̛̱̯̖̬̙̖̦̦̼̥̪̦̖̜̏̔̌
"ˌ̨̖̬̦̏"?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʿ̨̨̬̦̖̖̭̥̔̍.̡̪̪̱̌"CVXApprovedManufacturersListforValves"(̨̡̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̭̪̭̯̯̖̣̖̜̣̪̦̐̏̌̌̏̚,
̵̡̨̛̱̯̖̬̙̖̦̦̼̥̪̦̖̜̏̔̌"ˌ̨̖̬̦̏")

23 ʽ̨̛̯̬̭̣̖̼̖̦̬̥̼̌̏˃˄̡̨̛̛̥̪̦̌
ї ʥ̡̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̱̦̼̖̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̪̬̥̖̦̥̼̖̯̬̭̣̖̼̖̦̬̥̼̌̌̏̌́̏̌̌̌̌̏̚̚,̡̡̡̛̯̖̌̌ASME,
ANSI,ASTM,API,ʧʽˁ˃̛̯.̔.?
ї
ʥ̡̡̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̱̦̼̖̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̪̬̥̖̦̥̼̖̌̌̏̌́̏̌̌̌̚̚˃˄˃ˌʽ̡̨̛̛̛̥̪̦̌"ˌ̨̖̬̦̏",̡̛̯̖̌
̡̡̌˃˄˃ˌʽ̨̦̭̭̱̼̌̔,̨̨̛̛̬̯̺̖̪̣̖̦̖̥̌̍̌̀̔̔̌̏,̸̡̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̱̯̬̱̯̖̪̣̥̖̦̦̯̍̍̏.̔.?

24 ˁ̵̸̨̨̨̡̨̡̨̡̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̱̺̖̭̯̱̖̯̣̖̬̯̦̭̯̦̦̖̦̣̖̯̬̥̖̭̜̬̬̏̏́̽̏̏́̾̚̚?
ї ʻ̛̪̬̥̖̬̌, ̛̪̬ ̥̖̦̖̌̚ ̛̭̭̯̖̥̼ ̛̚ ̨̨̛̱̣̖̬̭̯̜̐̔ ̛̭̯̣̌ ̦̌ ̛̭̭̯̖̥̱ ̛̚ ̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̌̏̀ ̛̭̯̣̌
̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̖̯̏ ̛̣ ̨̨̖̬̯̦̭̯̏́̽ ̨̡̨̛̛̦̦̖̦̏̏́̚ ̸̡̨̛̣̦̖̭̜̐̌̽̏̌ ̸̡̛̖̜́, ̡̨̨̯̬̌́ ̨̥̙̖̯
̡̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̼̯̱̭̬̖̦̖̬̬̏̏̌̽̚̚?
ї ˁ̛̼̣̭̏́̏̌̽̚ ̛̣ ̭ ̡̨̨̦̭̱̣̯̦̯̥̽̌ ̨̪ ̵̸̡̨̛̥̖̦̖̭̜̌ ̶̨̨̛̖̣̭̯̦̭̯ ̣̔́ ̨̛̪̬̖̖̣̖̦̔́
̨̨̛̖̬̯̦̭̯̏́ ̵̸̡̨̡̨̛̛̣̖̯̬̥̖̭̜̾ ̡̨̨̛̛̬̬̚, ̛̛̣ ̨̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̨̪̬̖̬̖̦̏ ̡̨̨̨̬̱̭̯̏̔̏ ̡̨̛̛̥̪̦̌
"ˌ̨̖̬̦̏"̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̪̬̦̬̬̍̌̏̌̀̚̚?
ї ˃̴̶̡̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̬̖̱̯̭̣̥̪̣̖̯̼̥̖̙̣̦̖̱̪̣̯̦̖̦̍̀́̌̏̐́?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ˁ̥.̡̡̡̨̡̨̨̛̭̭̼̣̱̼̹̖̦̪̪̱̥̪̣̖̯̱̪̣̯̦̖̦̜̏̌̌̏Pikotek

25 ˁ̶̵̸̨̨̡̡̨̡̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̣̯̖̱̺̦̭̯̬̱̥̖̦̖̭̬̱̦̯̬̖̦̥̪̏̏̌́́̌̐̍̔̏̌́̍̏̌́˃ʥ̛̪̬
̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌?
ї ʿ̛̬ ̨̨̛̛̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̏̏ ̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̥̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ˃ʥ ̛̪̬ ̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌, ̨̨̭̦̦̏́̌̐̚ ̭
̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̥̏ ̸̨̨̨̪̖̬̦̣̦̏̌̌̽̐ ̨̛̭̯̬̯̖̣̭̯̽̏̌ ̨̔ ̨̨̛̬̦̍̌̏̌́̚ ̨̨̨̭̥̖̭̯̦̏̐ ̛̛̪̬̖̪̬̯̔́́,
̛̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̭̱̙̖̦̼̍̔ ̛̣̯̖̬̦̯̼̌̽̌̏ ̭ ̨̛̯̖̣̥̔̌ ̶̡̛̛̭̪̣̱̯̾̌̌ ̛ ˃ʥ ̣̔́ ̨̨̯̬̍̌ ̨̛̦̣̖̖̌̍
̵̨̨̨̛̪̺̖̬̦̯̔̔́̐̏̌̌̌?
ї ˄̡̦̼̌̌̚ ̛̣ ̦̌ ̸̨̡̨̛̛̥̖̯̬̖̭̥̚ ̸̖̬̯̖̙̖ ̡̭̪̖̯̼̌, ̡̨̨̯̬̼̖ ̦̖ ̨̨̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̯̏̏̀
̨̨̛̯̬̖̦̥̪̍̏̌́˃ʥ̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌?
ї ʥ̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̼̣̣̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̭̦̦̖̣̭̣̱̖̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̔̌̏̍̏̌̔́̌̏̏̏́?

ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ)
ʿ̸̸̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̖̬̦̼̜̣̭̯̪̖̭̪̖̖̦̖̭̯̏̍̀̌̏̌/̸̡̨̨̡̡̦̯̬̣̖̭̯̪̖̯̀̌̏̌̌̌
̶̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̦̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̬̯̪̥̦̯̙̱̔̌̌̏̌̍̌ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ)ˀ̖̔.0(1Ͳ̌̏̐Ͳ
2013)
YES ˀ̶̸̶̨̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̖̭̯̬̦̦̼̜̦̥̖̬̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̐̌̌̌̍̔̌:
"?" ʻ̨̡̛̦̖̪̬̖̯̌̏̌̌̚:
N/A ˀ̶̡̛̖̔̌́:
X ʪ̯̌̌:

1 ʸ̵̸̵̵̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̯̼̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̦̬̱̦̖̔̌̌̍̔̏̌
˃̵̸̵̵̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̯̭̣̣̭̯̼̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̣̦̬̱̦̍̀́̔̌̔́̏̐̍̔̏̌́ʶʰʿͲ̸̡̨̛̯̔̌̏,̡̨̛̣̪̦̌̌̏
̯.̔?
ʸ̵̸̵̵̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̯̼̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̣̙̦̼̼̯̪̣̦̖̦̼̯̪̬̣̖̦̼̔̌̔̍̽̌̌̏̏̚ˉ˄ʰ.
˄ ̵̭̖̏ ̵̨̦̼̏ ̵̛̛̥̖̬̯̖̣̦̼̽̚ ̨̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̏ ̨̣̙̦̔̌ ̼̯̍̽ ̨̪̬̖̬̖̦̏̌ ̶̛̛̬̖̭̯̬̐̌́, ̨̨̪̣̺̏́̀̌́̚
̨̨̛̭̪̣̯̽̏̌̽̚ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌ ̏ ˀʶ, ̨̛̣̍ ̨̣̙̖̦̔ ̼̯̍̽ ̨̬̬̯̦̌̌̍̌̚ ̪̣̦̌ ̵̨̨̛̪̬̙̖̦̔́ ̶̛̛̯̯̖̭̯̌̌
̶̛̛̛̛̛̣̬̖̭̯̬̐̌.
ʦ̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̖̦̼̖̥̖̬̯̖̣̦̼̖̪̬̬̼̣̙̦̼̼̯̼̬̦̼̭̪̭̯̯̖̣̖̜̏̽̍̔̍̽̏̍̌̌̐̏̚̚̚,
̵̱̯̖̬̙̖̦̦̼̏̔˃ˌʽ.

2 ˄̨̨̨̨̛̛̭̣̦̖̹̦̖̜̭̬̖̼̣̬̱̦̏́̏̔̔́̍̔̏̌́
ʶ̨̨̨̨̛̬̬̦̦̚Ͳ̴̡̨̛̯̦̯̥̭̖̬̌̏̌́̌̌Ͳ̸̡̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̣̖̯̬̖̭̖̣̖̯̬̦̦̖̬̱̦̖̣̙̦̼̯̾̾̍̔̏̌̔̍̽
̡̣̭̭̌̌"GX"̨̨̭̣̭̦̭̯̦̬̯̱̐̌̌̔̌ISAS71.04

o o
ʽ̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̱̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̯̬̖̦̥̪̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̖̦̱̯̬̪̥̖̺̖̦̯̍̔̏̌̏̏̍̏̌́̌̏́0 C̨̔+40 C

o o
ʽ̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̬̱̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̯̬̖̦̥̪̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̖̦̖̪̥̖̺̖̦̜̯̍̔̏̌̏̏̍̏̌́̌̏Ͳ36 C̨̔+44 C
3 ʶ̨̨̨̨̛̬̪̱̭̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́
ʦ̛̦̱̯̬ ̨̛̪̥̖̺̖̦́ Ͳ ʺ̛̛̦̥̣̦̼̜̌̽ ̨̱̬̖̦̏̽ ̛̺̯̼̌̚ ̨̯ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̦̦̖̦̏́ ̵̨̨̨̛̪̭̯̬̦̦ ̭̬̖̔ IP
41
ʻ̬̱̙̦̌́́ ̨̡̱̭̯̦̌̏̌ Ͳ ʺ̛̛̦̥̣̦̼̜̌̽ ̨̱̬̖̦̏̽ ̛̺̯̼̌̚ ̨̯ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̦̦̖̦̏́ ̵̨̨̨̛̪̭̯̬̦̦ ̭̬̖̔ IP
55
ʶ̨̖̣̦̼̖̼̌̍̽̏̏̔
ˁ̸̡̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̯̦̬̯̦̼̜̖̣̦̼̜̣̙̖̦̼̯̭̥̖̯̬̖̭̜̬̖̜̭̖̬̌̔̌̌̍̽̏̏̔̔̍̽̽̍̚M20x1,5̥̥̏
̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̯̖̯̭̯̭̯̬̖̦̥̏̏̍̏̌́ʺʽˁ,̨̨̡̨̛̛̖̭̣̭̣̭̦̬̥̖̬̱̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̹̜̐̌̌̌̍́̍́̍̽̚
̬̥̖̬̬̖̼̌̽̍̚̚.ʰ̨̨̛̛̖̜̯̖̭̪̣̦̬̖̼̍̐̌̽̏̌́̽̍̚̚̚NPT.ʫ̸̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̣̦̣̥̖̖̯̭̬̱̦̖̏̌́̍̔̏̌
̨̡̨̨̯̣̭̬̖̜̽̽̍̚NPT,̛̱̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̴̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̯̭̪̣̦̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̺̜̭̖̬̯̬̦̦̼̜̽̏̌̏̏̀̏̌̚
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʫ̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̣̬̱̦̖̦̯̭̦̖̪̣̦̬̱̖̥̯̖̭̯̬̦̭̭̯̖̥̼̍̔̏̌̌̔́̏̌̐̏̌́̚
̸̵̵̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̬̖̦̖̬̦̪̙̬̯̱̹̖̦̣̬̱̥̺̦̼̭̯̬̱̜̦̼̱̭̯̦̔̐̌́̔̐̏̔̌̏,̨̨̨̨̨̯̦̣̙̦̔
̨̛̛̛̛̥̖̯̥̦̥̣̦̼̜̱̬̖̦̺̯̼̽̌̽̏̽̌̚IP56

4 ˁ̴̵̡̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̖̬̯̯̬̱̦̣̪̭̦̼̦̌̍̔̏̌́̔́̌̚
ˁ̴̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̖̬̯̬̦̣̬̱̦̖̣̦̼̏̌̍̔̏̌̔́̚,̡̨̨̨̨̨̯̬̜̱̖̯̱̭̯̦̣̖̦̏̍̔̌̏?
ʻ̨̨̨̨̛̛̖̭̪̣̱̜̯̖̬̱̦̖̽̍̔̏̌̚EExn
ʿ̵̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̥̙̦̭̯̖̜̯̖̭̪̣̦̬̖̬̦̼̖̣̦̼̱̪̣̯̦̯̖̣̖̜̭̪̣̦̖̦̖̥̏̍̐̌̽̏̌́̍̌̽̌̍̽̌̚̚̚̚
̡̨̨̥̪̱̦̥̌̔.

5 ˔̸̡̨̨̛̛̛̬̣̼̦̖̦̍̌́̚
˄̛̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̨̡̛̯̭̖̬̣̼̏́,̶̶̡̡̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̦̭̯̬̱̪̭̪̣̱̯̬̱̦̥̖̯̭̦̌̾̌̌̍̔̏̌́̀́̌̚
̵̡̨̡̨̡̛̛̬̱̭̭̥̦̣̜̭̥̼̌̐́̌̚.
ʰ̸̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̥̖̯̭̣̪̬̖̱̪̬̖̯̖̣̦̼̖̦̣̪̖̬̭̦̣̪̭̦̭̯̪̬̦̣̱̀́̔̔̽̌̔́̌̌̍̌̌̚
̵̸̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̱̦̱̣̣̖̖̭̯̦̣̖̯̬̪̯̦̍̔̏̌́̔̏̍̏̾̌́?

6 ʯ̸̡̛̪̭̦̼̖̭̯̣̪̱̭̌̌̌̔́̌̌̚/̡̨̪̱̭Ͳ̶̡̡̛̛̛̛̦̣̭̪̣̱̯̌̌̔̾̌̌
˄̛̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̸̨̡̡̨̛̛̯̪̭̦̼̖̭̯̣̪̱̭̪̱̭̌̌̌̔́̌̌̚̚Ͳ̡̡̛̛̦̣̼̣̦̼̌̌̔̍̌̌̌̚̚.
˄̛̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̵̶̵̵̸̨̨̡̡̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̯̭̪̭̬̖̥̖̦̦̦̼̭̪̣̱̯̦̦̼̪̭̦̼̭̯̖̜̦̼̣̔̏̌̾̌̌̌̌̌̌̔̏̌̐̔̌̍̚
̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̬̱̪̪̱̪̬̖̭̭̪̼̹̖̦̦̖̙̦̭̯̦̖̥̦̬̱̦̔̌̏̏̐̌̏́̌̔̌̐̍̔̏̌́̚(SERIP).

7 ʿ̸̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̖̯̬̦̖̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̭̯̏̌̍̽̌/̶̡̨̡̛̦̭̯̬̱̜
ʫ̛̭̣ ̏ ̵̡̬̥̌̌ ̨̡̪̬̖̯̌ ̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̍́ ̨̡̪̖̬̙̔̔̌ ̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̏ ̨̪
̨̨̨̛̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̍̽/̶̡̨̡̨̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̜ ̸̛̭̯̌ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̐ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́, ̼̣̍̌ ̛̣
̡̌́̏̌̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̵̛̦̱̯̬̖̦̦̏ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̨̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̔̌̏̌ ̦̌ ̨̛̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̦̖̌ ̖̱̺̖̥̱̏̔ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̱
̶̨̨̡̡̨̛̛̪̪̖̬̙̖̭̪̣̱̯̔̔̾̌̌̌̏̔̌̚ʶ˃ʸ?

8 ʺ̨̡̦̯̙̖̣̖̜̌̌̍
ʿ̛̬ ̨̥̦̯̙̖̌ ̵̨̦̼̏ ̡̖̣̖̜̌̍ ̨̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̨̪̬̖̖̦̏̔ ̨̖̬̦̖̏ ̛̬̖̣̖̦̖̌̔̚ ̥̖̙̱̔ ̡̛̖̣̥̌̍́ ̡̨̨̛̦̐̚
̨̡̨̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̪̬̙̖̦̼̭̦̪̬̙̖̦̭̬̖̪̭̦̼̥̖̣̥̌́́̏̐̌́́̍̌̌̍́̚?
ʿ̵̵̵̨̨̨̨̡̡̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̬̥̦̯̙̖̦̼̥̦̙̣̦̼̖̣̖̜̬̭̪̬̖̖̣̯̖̣̦̼̬̱̖̯̖̭̌̏̐̽̌̍̌̔̽̍̍̔̽,̸̨̯
̸̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̖̭̪̖̖̦̭̯̯̦̼̜̬̖̖̬̥̺̦̭̯̣̱̱̺̖̭̪̣̦̍̔̌̏̔́̍̔̐̽̏̌́̚̚,̡̡̨̛̪̬̣̌̌̏,
̨̛̛̛̭̭̯̣̺̜̥̦̥̱̥̌̏́̀25%.

9 ˃̶̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̖̪̣̭̪̱̯̦̣́́̚
˃̨̡̡̨̨̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̯̖̪̣̭̪̱̯̦̬̪̱̭̍́̏ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ)̵̨̨̡̛̛̣̥̪̱̣̭̦̼̯̬̱̍̽̍?
ʫ̵̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̭̣̦̖̥̪̱̣̭̦̼̯̬̱̼̼̖̯̭̣̙̦̭̯̌̍̏̌̽̍̏̏̌̚̚,̨̨̡̪̬̖̱̭̥̯̬̖̦̪̬̱̔̌̔̏̌/̨̡̪̬̥̼̏̌
̛̛̣̦̜?

10 ʯ̛̖̥̣̖̦̖̌̚/̶̨̨̛̛̛̱̬̦̦̖̪̯̖̦̣̌̏̏̌̌̏
ʥ̸̸̡̛̛̛̼̣̣̣̖̦̼̖̯̣̦̼̖̖̬̯̖̙̏̀̔̌̽,̶̸̨̨̨̨̡̨̛̭̭̯̣̖̦̦̼̖̭̪̖̣̦̣̦̦̪̖̯̬̖̜̌̏̌̽̔́̔̌̐̌̌̌̍
̶̨̡̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̔̌,̴̶̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̣̪̬̦̦̬̥̭̯̦̬̯̔̍̌́̌́̌̔̌̏̚˃ˌʽ̶̸̡̨̨̨̛̛̭̖̣̖̯̪̭̦̽̀̐̌́
̨̡̛̛̯̬̖̦̜̖̥̣̖̦̍̏̌̌̀̚̚/̶̨̨̛̛̛̱̬̦̦̪̯̖̦̣̌̏̏̌̀̌̏?

11 ˃̨̨̛̬̖̦̪̍̏̌́˃ʥ̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌
ʿ̛̬ ̨̨̛̛̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̏̏ ̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̥̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ˃ʥ ̛̪̬ ̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌, ̭̦̦̼̥̏́̌̚ ̭
̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̥̏ ̸̨̨̨̪̖̬̦̣̦̏̌̌̽̐ ̨̥̦̯̙̌̌ ̨̔ ̨̨̛̬̦̍̌̏̌́̚ ̨̨̨̭̥̖̭̯̦̏̐ ̛̛̪̬̖̪̬̯̔́́, ̛̼̣̍ ̛̣
̨̭̱̙̖̦̼̍̔ ̛̣̯̖̬̦̯̼̌̽̌̏ ̭ ̨̛̯̖̣̥̔̌ ̶̡̛̛̭̪̣̱̯̾̌̌ ̛ ˃ʥ ̣̔́ ̨̨̯̬̍̌ ̨̛̦̣̖̖̌̍ ̵̨̨̨̪̺̖̔̔́̐
̛̬̦̯̏̌̌̌?
ʽ̸̯̥̖̖̦̼ ̛̣ ̦̌ ̸̵̡̨̨̨̨̥̪̦̦̼̏ ̸̵̖̬̯̖̙̌ ̡̭̪̖̯̼̌, ̖̐̔ ̦̖ ̨̭̣̖̦̼̍̀̔ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ˃ʥ ̛̪̬
̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌?
ʿ̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̣̭̦̦̖̣̭̣̱̖̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̔̌̏̍̏̌̔́̌̏̏̏́?

12 ʪ̨̡̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̪̦̣̬̪̬̬̌̌̌̍̏̌̍̏̚
ʿ̵̨̨̛̯̔̔ ̛̣ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌ ʶʰʿ ̣̔́ ̛̛̪̬̥̖̦̖̦́ ̛̪̬ ̵̨̦̬̥̣̦̼̌̽ ̵̨̛̱̭̣̏́ ̛ ̨̭̖̍
̵̸̶̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̯̖̦̣̖̭̪̬̖̭̭̐̐̌?ʪ̛̣̖̦̖̌̏,̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̌̌,̵̨̬̭̌̔,̛̛̬̦̖̦̖̯̌̐́̚̚.̔.
ʧ̸̨̡̡̨̨̛̛̛̖̯̪̬̯̖̭̭̱̺̖̭̯̥̔̾̌̏,̸̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̦̼̯̣̙̦̼̼̯̯̖̥̙̖̔̌̌̔̌̌̔̍̽̚,̸̨̛̯̣̔́
̸̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̯̭̯̦̱̪̬̣̖̦̪̬̔̌̏̌̏̌̌̏́«̵̵̶̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̪̦̼̱̭̣̭̪̣̱̯̔̍̏́̾̌̌»(̨̥̦̯̙̭̌
̨̛̭̥̖̺̖̦̖̥̏).
ʦ̼̬̦̍̌ ̛̣ ̨̛̪̦̔̌̌̚ ̨̨̛̪̬̬̍̏ ̡̯̌, ̸̨̯ ̨̦̬̥̣̦̼̖̌̽ ̨̛̱̭̣̏́ ̶̡̛̛̭̪̣̱̯̾̌̌ ̨̭̭̯̣̯̌̏́̀ ̨̡̨̨̣
60%Ͳ70%̨̨̨̨̛̯̦̦̪̦̔̌̐̔̌̌̌̚?

13 ˀ̨̡̡̛̛̛̛̖̱̣̬̱̺̖̯̭̖̺̖̣̪̦̼̐̀̌̀̌̌
ˀ̸̛̭̭̯̦̌̌ ̛̣ ̨̛̪̬̏̔ ̡̣̪̦̌̌̌ ̦̌ ̴̴̶̡̨̛̛̖̦̯̾ ̨̨̛̖̪̭̦̭̯̍̌̚, ̬̦̼̜̌̏ 1,25 ̵ ̡̛̥̭̥̣̦̼̜̌̌̽
̡̛̛̛̛̪̖̬̖̪̣̖̦̪̬̬̼̯̌̔̔̌̏́̌̚?
ʥ̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̪̬̖̬̖̦̏ ̛ ̨̨̬̖̦̔̍ ̨̬̱̪̪̜̐ ̸̨̛̖̭̪̖̖̦̍́ ̶̨̨̛̖̣̭̯̦̭̯ ̛̥̯̖̬̣̌̌ ̨̨̛̛̯̣̖̦̐̏́̚
̡̨̣̪̦̌̌̏,̶̵̵̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̪̖̣̦̭̪̬̖̯̬̦̦̼̣̭̪̣̱̖̥̼̌̽̏̌̍̽̏̚˃ˌʽ̪̖̬̼̖̏̏?

14 ˃̴̡̛̛̛̛̛̬̱̯̦̍̐
˃̵̸̨̨̡̛̛̖̦̣̖̭̖̐ ̨̛̛̭̖̦̖̦̔́ Ͳ ʿ̛̬ ̨̛̛̯̭̱̯̭̯̏ ̨̣̖̖̍ ̵̡̛̙̖̭̯ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̜̍̏̌, ̡̡̌ ̛̦̪̬̥̖̬̌, ̣̔́
̛̛̪̬̥̖̦̖̦́ ̦̌ ʯˁʧ, ̨̛̛̭̖̦̯̖̣̦̼̖̔̽ ̡̛̯̬̱̍ ̨̣̙̦̼̔ ̼̯̍̽ ̛̚ ̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̌̏̀ ̛̭̯̣̌ A269 ̡̛̥̬̌
316L ̭ ̦̬̱̙̦̼̥̌ ̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̔̌ 12 ̥̥ ̛ ̨̨̛̯̣̺̦̜ ̨̡̭̯̖̦ 1,5 ̥̥. ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌: ̨̪̬̖̺̖̦̌̚
̨̨̛̛̭̪̣̦̖̽̏̌̚ ̡̨̱̪̣̖̭̦̜̔ ̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̌̏̀ ̛̭̯̣̌, Monel ̛ Inconel X750 ̣̔́ ̡̨̛̭̣̜ ̭̬̖̼̔ ̏
˃ˌʽ.
ˁ̨̛̛̖̦̖̦̔́ ̵̨̱̏̔̌̚ ʶʰʿ Ͳ ˀ̥̖̬̌̚ ̨̣̙̖̦̔ ̼̯̍̽ 1/4 ̜̥̔̀̌ ̨̛̣̍ 1/2 ̜̥̔̀̌ NPT, ̛̖̭̣ ̦̖
̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̹̜̬̥̖̬̭̣̭̦̬̖̥̖̦̭̬̯̼̦̬̱̦̍́̍̽̌̐̌̏̌̍̌̏̌́̍̔̏̌́̚.

ʽ̴̛̛̛̛̙̥̦̼̖̯̦̍̐Ͳʦ̴̴̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̖̯̦̣̙̦̼̼̯̜̦̼̥̙̥̦̼̥̯̦̥̐̔̍̽̔̏̍̐̌Swagelok
̸̵̵̶̨̨̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̪̬̭̪̣̦̥̖̯̬̖̭̙̥̦̼̦̭̖̦̖̦̜̭̬̖̜̽̏̌̍̏̔̽̍̚̚NPT.

15 ʰ̨̨̡̛̥̖̬̖̦̖̪̯̌̚
ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̪̬̖̱̭̥̯̬̖̦̼̔ ̸̨̨̭̯̯̦̼̖̔̌ ̪̬̥̼̖́ ̸̡̛̱̭̯̌ ̨̔ ̛ ̨̪̭̣̖ ̥̖̭̯̌ ̨̥̦̯̙̌̌ ̡̨̡̨̨̦̬̖̯̦̐
̵̨̨̬̭̥̖̬̌̔̌?
ʥ̸̶̸̵̨̨̡̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̭̖̣̦̪̖̯̖̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̪̬̥̖̦̖̦̖̥̭̯̪̬̭̱̯̭̯̔̌̏̌̌̍̔̌̌̍̔̏́
̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̪̬̥̦̯̙̖̪̬̖̭̯̯̖̣̬̱̪̪̼̥̖̯̬̣̌̔̌̏́̐̐̚˃ˌʽ̨̨̛̛̣̭̖̯̖̣̭̯̦̔́̏̔̽̏̏̌́
̵̵̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̪̬̣̦̭̯̱̭̯̦̬̖̦̼̥̖̬̯̖̣̦̼̣̖̥̖̦̯̌̏̽̌̏̏̽̾̏̚̚(̵̨̨̛̬̭̥̖̬̼̪̖̬̖̪̣̖̦̌̔̌̔̌̔̌̏́
̨̡̨̛̛̭̥̖̬̯̖̣̦̜̬̖̜̜̽̚(̦̦̬̼̌̀̍̌),̡̛̯̬̱̍ʿ̨̛̛̯̯.̔.)?

˄̸̨̛̯̼̣̭̏̌̽ ̛̣ ̛̛̦̖̌̍̏̌̚ ̛̛̣ ̨̛̭̬̖̦̖̌̚ ̸̨̨̛̪̖̬̦̏̐ ̨̨̛̛̥̖̬̯̖̣̦̽̐̚ ̣̖̥̖̦̯̾̌ ̛̛̣


̨̡̛̛̥̪̱̣̭̦̜̯̬̱̽̍?

16 ʰ̨̛̥̖̬̖̦̖̱̬̦̏́̚

ʿ̛̬ ̨̨̛̛̛̭̪̣̦̽̏̌̚ ̸̡̨̛̯̔̌̏ ̴̴̶̨̨̛̛̖̬̖̦̣̦̔̌̽̐ ̛̣̖̦̔̌̏́ ̣̔́ ̛̛̥̖̬̖̦́̚ ̨̱̬̦̏́ ̨̛̦


̸̶̨̨̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̣̙̦̼̼̯̭̦̙̖̦̼̱̪̣̯̦̯̖̣̦̼̥̥̖̥̬̦̥̪̬̥̼̦̼̥̣̥̔̍̽̌̍̽̍̌̌̏̽̌.

ʿ̛̬ ̨̥̦̯̙̖̌ ̵̡̛̪̣̣̬̦̼̌́ ̴̛̬̥̔̌̌̐ ̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̱̖̥̣̘̦̏̔ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬Ͳ̵̡̛̥̖̦̌ ̨ ̵̨̨̨̛̛̦̖̥̭̯̍̔


̵̴̶̸̸̵̶̡̨̡̨̨̨̡̨̛̛̣̖̖̣̦̦̼̹̪̣̖̣̣̦̖̭̱̘̯̥̪̬̥̼̦̼̣̖̌̌̌̍̔̔́̌̏̏̚̚?

17 ʰ̛̥̖̬̖̦̖̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̼̌̚
ʥ̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̪̬̖̖̦̏̔ ̸̬̭̖̯̌ ̦̌ ̸̨̨̪̬̦̭̯̽/̨̨̡̨̛̬̭̯̜̭̯̏̍̽ ̨̡̯̖̬̥̬̥̦̌̌̌, ̛ ̨̛̪̱̭̯̥̔ ̛̣ ̬̖̱̣̯̯̽̌̚
̵̸̶̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̣̪̬̥̖̯̬̯̖̦̣̖̭̪̬̖̭̭̔́̌̌̏̐̐̌?
ˁ̴̶̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̯̖̯̭̯̱̯̣̬̥̖̬̦̥̦̣̣̦̪̯̬̱̱̯̬̱̼̏̏̀̌̌̌̌̌̍̍̚/̨̭̭̱̔̌?
˃̥̌,̛̖̐̔c̸̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̪̣̱̯̭̬̖̭̯̦̼̖̯̣̯̖̬̥̪̬̼̽̀́̏̔̌̍̌̚̚,̵̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̦̖̥̱̭̯̦̯̯̍̔̌̏̽̔̌
̸̛̛̣̪̖̬̖̭̦̣̔́̔̌̐̌̌4Ͳ20̥ʤ.

18 ˃̵̸̡̨̨̛̛̛̖̦̖̭̖̭̣̱̙̦̖̍̏̌/̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̌́
ʿ̵̸̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̼̣̭̪̥̯̖̣̦̼̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̣̪̬̖̖̦̯̖̦̖̭̭̣̱̙̦̔̌̏̏̐̌̽̏̌̔́̏̔́̐̍̏̌́
̨̨̛̛̛̭̪̼̯̦̜̪̬̬̌̍̏?ˑ̸̨̨̡̯̥̙̖̯̣̯̏̀̌̽:
ʿ̴̨̨̣̯̬̥̼̭̯̱̪̌̔̌/̶̛̣̖̭̯̦̼
ʪ̸̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̦̭̯̖̭̖̭̖̦̖̦̌̐̔́
ʥ̜̪̭̼̌̌/̵̨̨̨̦̼̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̍̔̏̌

19 ʤ̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̯̥̯̬̦̦̼̖̭̭̯̖̥̼̖̪̭̦̭̯̏̌̏̌̍̌̚̚
˃̴̶̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̱̦̦̣̦̼̜̦̣̭̭̯̖̥̖̪̭̦̭̯̍́̌̽̌̌̍̌̚̚(ˇʤˁʽʥ),̛̛̖̭̣̔̌,̨̛̯̼̣̣̍̌
̶̡̨̡̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̦̭̯̬̱̭̪̬̖̯̬̦̦̭̦̖́̏̌̌̌̏ˇʤˁʽʥ?

ʥ̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̼̣̣̼̪̣̦̖̦̬̖̣̖̦̖̭̦̣̏̌̔̐̌̏̚,̵̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̭̪̣̱̖̥̼̣̖̣̭̦̽̏̐̐̏̌́̚?ˀ̸̛̣̦̼̖̌̚
̵̨̨̛̦̼̖̥̱̣̏̔̔,̸̨̨̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̣̦̼̖̥̦̙̣̦̼̖̖̣̬̭̪̬̖̖̣̯̖̣̦̼̖̬̌̐̽̌̍̌̔̽̍̚?
ʥ̶̸̡̨̡̨̡̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̱̣̖̦̼̦̭̯̬̱̖̦̼̖̯̯̔̌̔̌̌̚̚?

ˑʸʫʶ˃ˀʰˋʫˁʶʤ˔ˋʤˁ˃ː
ʿ̸̸̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̖̬̦̼̜̣̭̯̪̖̭̪̖̖̦̖̭̯̏̍̀̌̏̌/̸̡̨̨̡̡̦̯̬̣̖̭̯̪̖̯̀̌̏̌̌̌
̶̵̨̡̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̦̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̣̖̯̬̥̦̯̙̦̼̬̯̔̌̌̏̾̌̌̍ˀ̖̔.0(1Ͳ̌̏̐Ͳ
2013)
YES ˀ̶̸̶̨̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̖̭̯̬̦̦̼̜̦̥̖̬̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̐̌̌̌̌̍̔̌:
"?" ʻ̨̡̛̦̖̪̬̖̯̌̏̌̌̚:
N/A ˀ̶̡̛̖̔̌́:
X ʪ̯̌̌:

1 ʸ̵̸̵̵̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̯̼̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̦̬̱̦̖̔̌̌̍̔̏̌
˃̵̸̵̵̡̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̯̭̣̣̭̯̼̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̣̦̣̖̯̬̬̱̦̍̀́̔̌̔́̏̐̾̍̔̏̌́Ͳ̡̨̛̛̣̖̯̬̯̖̣̾̔̏̐̌,
̴̨̨̛̯̬̦̭̬̥̯̬̼̯̌̌.̔?
ʸ̵̸̵̵̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̯̼̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̣̙̦̼̼̯̪̣̦̖̦̼̯̪̬̣̖̦̼̔̌̔̍̽̌̌̏̏̚ˉ˄ʰ.

2 ˄̨̨̨̨̛̛̭̣̦̖̹̦̖̜̭̬̖̼̣̬̱̦̏́̏̔̔́̍̔̏̌́
ʶ̨̨̨̨̛̬̬̦̦̚Ͳ̴̡̨̛̯̦̯̥̭̖̬̌̏̌́̌̌Ͳˑ̸̡̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̣̖̯̬̖̭̖̣̖̯̬̦̦̖̬̱̦̖̣̙̦̼̯̾̍̔̏̌̔̍̽
̡̣̭̭̌̌"GX"̨̨̨̨̛̛̭̯̖̯̭̯̭̭̯̦̬̯̥̏̏̏̌̔̌ISAS71.04

o o
ʽ̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̱̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̯̬̖̦̥̪̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̖̦̱̯̬̪̥̖̺̖̦̯̍̔̏̌̏̏̍̏̌́̌̏́0 C̨̔+40 C

o o
ʽ̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̬̱̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̯̬̖̦̥̪̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̖̦̖̪̥̖̺̖̦̜̯̍̔̏̌̏̏̍̏̌́̌̏Ͳ36 C̨̔+44 C

3 ʶ̨̨̨̨̛̬̪̱̭̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́
ʦ̨̛̛̦̱̯̬̪̥̖̺̖̦́Ͳʺ̵̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̥̣̦̼̜̱̬̖̦̺̯̼̯̪̬̦̦̖̦̪̭̯̬̦̦̭̬̖̌̽̏̽̌̏́̔̚IP41

ʻ̬̱̙̦̌́́ ̨̡̱̭̯̦̌̏̌ Ͳ ʺ̛̛̦̥̣̦̼̜̌̽ ̨̱̬̖̦̏̽ ̛̺̯̼̌̚ ̨̯ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̦̦̖̦̏́ ̵̨̨̨̛̪̭̯̬̦̦ ̭̬̖̔ IP


55
ʶ̨̖̣̦̼̖̼̌̍̽̏̏̔
ˁ̸̡̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̯̦̬̯̦̼̜̖̣̦̼̜̣̙̖̦̼̯̭̥̖̯̬̖̭̜̬̖̜̭̖̬̌̔̌̌̍̽̏̏̔̔̍̽̽̍̚M20x1,5̥̥̏
̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̭̯̖̯̭̯̭̯̬̖̦̥̏̏̍̏̌́ʺʽˁ,̨̨̡̨̛̛̖̭̣̭̣̭̦̬̥̖̬̱̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̹̜̐̌̌̌̍́̍́̍̽̚
̬̥̖̬̬̖̼̌̽̍̚̚.ʰ̨̨̛̛̖̜̯̖̭̪̣̦̬̖̼̍̐̌̽̏̌́̽̍̚̚̚NPT.ʫ̸̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̣̦̣̥̖̖̯̭̬̱̦̖̏̌́̍̔̏̌
̨̡̨̨̯̣̭̬̖̜̽̽̍̚NPT,̛̱̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̴̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̯̭̪̣̦̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̺̜̭̖̬̯̬̦̦̼̜̽̏̌̏̏̀̏̌̚
̵̨̡̛̪̖̬̖̦̔.
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʫ̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̭̣̬̱̦̖̦̯̭̦̖̪̣̦̬̱̖̥̯̖̭̯̬̦̭̭̯̖̥̼̍̔̏̌̌̔́̏̌̐̏̌́̚
̸̵̵̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̬̖̦̖̬̦̪̙̬̯̱̹̖̦̣̬̱̥̺̦̼̭̯̬̱̜̦̼̱̭̯̦̔̐̌́̔̐̏̔̌̏,̨̨̨̨̨̯̦̣̙̦̔
̨̛̛̛̛̥̖̯̥̦̥̣̦̼̜̱̬̖̦̺̯̼̽̌̽̏̽̌̚IP56

4 ˁ̴̵̡̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̖̬̯̯̬̱̦̣̪̭̦̼̦̌̍̔̏̌́̔́̌̚
ˁ̴̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̖̬̯̬̦̣̬̱̦̖̣̦̼̏̌̍̔̏̌̔́̚,̡̨̨̨̨̨̯̬̜̱̖̯̱̭̯̦̣̖̦̏̍̔̌̏?
ʻ̨̨̨̨̛̛̖̭̪̣̱̜̯̖̬̱̦̖̽̍̔̏̌̚EExn
ʿ̵̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̥̙̦̭̯̖̜̯̖̭̪̣̦̬̖̬̦̼̖̣̦̼̱̪̣̯̦̯̖̣̖̜̭̪̣̦̖̦̖̥̏̍̐̌̽̏̌́̍̌̽̌̍̽̌̚̚̚̚
̡̨̨̥̪̱̦̥̌̔.
5 ˔̸̡̨̨̛̛̛̬̣̼̦̖̦̍̌́̚
˄̛̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̨̡̛̯̭̖̬̣̼̏́,̶̶̡̡̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̦̭̯̬̱̪̭̪̣̱̯̬̱̦̥̖̯̭̦̌̾̌̌̍̔̏̌́̀́̌̚
̵̡̨̡̨̡̛̛̬̱̭̭̥̦̣̜̭̥̼̌̐́̌̚.
ʰ̸̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̥̖̯̭̣̪̬̖̱̪̬̖̯̖̣̦̼̖̦̣̪̖̬̭̦̣̪̭̦̭̯̪̬̦̣̱̀́̔̔̽̌̔́̌̌̍̌̌̚
̵̸̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̱̦̱̣̣̖̖̭̯̦̣̖̯̬̪̯̦̍̔̏̌́̔̏̍̏̾̌́?

6 ʯ̸̡̛̪̭̦̼̖̭̯̣̪̱̭̌̌̌̔́̌̌̚/̡̨̪̱̭Ͳ̶̡̡̛̛̛̛̦̣̭̪̣̱̯̌̌̔̾̌̌
˄̛̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̸̨̡̡̨̛̛̯̪̭̦̼̖̭̯̣̪̱̭̪̱̭̌̌̌̔́̌̌̚̚Ͳ̡̡̛̛̦̣̼̣̦̼̌̌̔̍̌̌̌̚̚.
˄̛̖̯̖̭̍̔̽,̸̵̶̵̵̸̨̨̡̡̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̯̭̪̭̬̖̥̖̦̦̦̼̭̪̣̱̯̦̦̼̪̭̦̼̭̯̖̜̦̼̣̔̏̌̾̌̌̌̌̌̌̔̏̌̐̔̌̍̚
̶̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̬̱̪̪̱̪̬̖̭̭̪̼̹̖̦̦̖̙̦̭̯̦̖̥̦̬̱̦̔̌̏̏̐̌̏́̌̔̌̐̍̔̏̌́̚(SERIP).

7 ʿ̸̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̖̯̬̦̖̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̭̯̏̌̍̽̌/̶̡̨̡̛̦̭̯̬̱̜
ʫ̛̭̣ ̏ ̵̡̬̥̌̌ ̨̡̪̬̖̯̌ ̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̍́ ̨̡̪̖̬̙̔̔̌ ̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̏ ̨̪
̨̨̨̛̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̍̽/̶̡̨̡̨̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̜ ̸̛̭̯̌ ̬̱̪̪̼̐ ̨̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̐ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́, ̼̣̍̌ ̛̣
̡̌́̏̌̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̵̛̦̱̯̬̖̦̦̏ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̨̪̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̔̌̏̌ ̦̌ ̨̛̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̦̖̌ ̖̱̺̖̥̱̏̔ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̱
̶̨̨̡̡̨̛̛̪̪̖̬̙̖̭̪̣̱̯̔̔̾̌̌̌̏̔̌̚ʶ˃ʸ?

8 ʶ̨̛̖̣̦̖̬̖̣̖̦̖̌̍̽̌̔̚
ʿ̛̬ ̨̥̦̯̙̖̌ ̵̨̦̼̏ ̡̖̣̖̜̌̍ ̨̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̨̪̬̖̖̦̏̔ ̨̖̬̦̖̏ ̛̬̖̣̖̦̖̌̔̚ ̥̖̙̱̔ ̡̛̖̣̥̌̍́ ̡̨̨̛̦̐̚
̨̡̨̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̪̬̙̖̦̼̭̦̪̬̙̖̦̭̬̖̪̭̦̼̥̖̣̥̌́́̏̐̌́́̍̌̌̍́̚?

9 ˃̨̡̛̖̪̣̭̪̱̯̦
ʪ̵̸̨̨̨̡̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̣̺̯̼̯̥̖̬̦̯̖̦̣̖̭̣̖̯̬̬̖́̌̌̌́̐̐̾̍̐̏̌̚̚̚,̨̨̛̛̛̪̖̯̭̣̪̯̦̖̯̔̌́̌
̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̺̖̭̯̦̏̏̀̐̌?
ʥ̸̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̼̪̣̦̖̦̬̭̘̯̯̖̪̣̭̪̱̯̦̭̯̖̯̭̯̭̦̖̹̦̥̱̭̣̥̏̌̌̏̏̏̏̏́,̨̛̛̪̭̦̦̼̥̌̏
̪.5.2̭̯̦̬̯̌̔̌̌AͲSTͲ2008?
ʿ̴̶̨̡̡̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̦̥̣̭̣̦̥̦̖̣̭̭̖̣̌̌̽̏̏̌̌̌́̌̍́˃2̡̣̖̣̔́̌̍́20XTV,̡̨̨̯̬̼̜̱̖̯̍̔
̨̨̨̨̱̭̯̦̣̖̦̪̭̦̜̦̖̌̏̏̌̚?

10 ʿ̸̸̨̡̡̡̨̡̛̛̛̣̖̦̖̣̖̯̬̖̭̜̦̬̱̔̀̾̌̐̚
ˁ̸̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̣̬̱̦̖̪̦̪̬̙̖̦̭̯̯̖̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̥̭̯̦̥̪̯̦̏̏̍̔̏̌̌́̀̌̏̀̌̌́
̵̨̡̦̻̖̯̌̍̌˃ˌʽ?
˄̨̛̯̖̬̙̖̦̣̏̔ˀʿˑʻ̨̡̦̦̱̦̬̱̱̌̏̀̌̐̚?(̭̥.̨̛̛̪̭̦̖̦̖̦̙̖́)
ʽ̴̨̛̦̦̼̖̭̭̯̖̥̼̔̌̚220ʦ̨̨̨̡̪̖̬̖̥̖̦̦̯̐̌Ͳ̡̦̬̱̌̐̌̚1,5̡ʦʤ̛̼̹̖̏
˃̵̴̛̬̖̦̼̖̭̭̯̖̥̼̌̚380ʦ̨̨̨̡̪̖̬̖̥̖̦̦̯̐̌Ͳ̡̦̬̱̌̐̌̚3̡ʦʤ̛̼̹̖̏
ˁ̛̭̯̖̥̼660ʦ̨̨̨̡̪̖̬̖̥̖̦̦̯̐̌Ͳ̡̦̬̱̌̐̌̚7,5̡ʦʤ̛̼̹̖̏
ˁ̛̭̯̖̥̼10̡ʦ̨̨̨̡̪̖̬̖̥̖̦̦̯̐̌Ͳ̡̛̭̖̦̬̱̏̌̐̚
ˁ̛̭̯̖̥̼ʰʥʿ̨̨̨̡̪̖̬̖̥̖̦̦̯̐̌Ͳ̡̛̭̖̦̬̱̏̌̐̚
ˁ̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̭̯̖̥̼̪̭̯̦̦̯́̐̌Ͳ̡̛̭̖̦̬̱̏̌̐̚

11 ˀ̡̨̨̨̛̬̖̹̖̦̖̦̯̬̣̦̌̽̚Ͳ̵̨̨̨̦̬̦̼̬̦̌̔̐̌̏̚
ʥ̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̪̬̹̖̦̼̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̺̖̬̬̖̹̖̦̦̯̬̣̦̌̏̏̀̌́̏̽̚̚Ͳ̵̵̵̨̨̨̦̬̦̼̬̦̣̦̼̌̔̐̌̌̔́̏̚
̸̵̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̱̭̯̦̦̖̭̖̦̦̯̖̣̦̼̥̖̦̖̦̜̭̭̯̖̥̼̌̏̏́̌̽̏̚̚,̡̛̛̛̛̭̪̣̱̯̬̱̖̥̼̖̪̬̦̪̬̙̖̦̾̌̌́
̭̼̹̖̏1̡ʦ?

12 ʺ̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̺̦̭̯̣̖̯̬̬̭̪̬̖̖̣̯̖̣̦̜̭̭̯̖̥̼̽̾̌̔̽
ʿ̨̡̨̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̱̭̯̦̖̦̣̖̯̬̬̭̪̬̖̖̣̯̖̣̦̬̱̦̱̖̯̖̭̌̏̏̐̾̌̔̽̐̍̔̏̌́̍̔̽,̸̸̨̨̨̯̭̯̯̦̼̜̔̌
̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̭̦̼̜̬̖̖̬̥̺̦̭̯̭̯̣̖̦̣̱̱̺̖̭̪̣̦̏̍̔̏̌̏̔́̍̔̐̽̏̌́̚̚,̡̡̨̛̪̬̣̌̌̏,
̨̛̛̛̭̭̯̣̺̜̥̦̥̱̥̌̏́̀33%.

13 ʯ̛̖̥̣̖̦̖̌̚/̶̨̨̛̛̛̱̬̦̦̖̪̯̖̦̣̌̏̏̌̌̏
ʥ̸̸̡̛̛̛̼̣̣̣̖̦̼̖̯̣̦̼̖̖̬̯̖̙̏̀̔̌̽,̶̸̨̨̨̨̡̨̛̭̭̯̣̖̦̦̼̖̭̪̖̣̦̣̦̦̪̖̯̬̖̜̌̏̌̽̔́̔̌̐̌̌̌̍
̶̨̡̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̔̌,̴̶̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̣̪̬̦̦̬̥̭̯̦̬̯̔̍̌́̌́̌̔̌̏̚˃ˌʽ̶̸̡̨̨̨̛̛̭̖̣̖̯̪̭̦̽̀̐̌́
̨̡̛̛̯̬̖̦̜̖̥̣̖̦̍̏̌̌̀̚̚/̶̨̨̛̛̛̱̬̦̦̪̯̖̦̣̌̏̏̌̀̌̏?

14 ʽ̸̶̨̛̛̛̛̖̭̪̖̖̦̖̣̍́̚
ʿ̸̸̶̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̭̥̯̬̖̦̣̥̙̦̭̯̯̣̖̦̭̯̦̪̯̦̭̖̣̪̬̖̖̦̔̌̏̽̀́̌̌́̽̀̏̔́̚
̵̸̶̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̯̖̦̖̭̭̣̱̙̦̭̥̙̦̭̯̣̬̯̦̖̭̦̦̬̦̦̐̍̏̌́̏̽̀̍̏̌̏̌̐̚
̸̡̡̨̛̛̛̛̣̖̦̼̖̹̦̥̏̀́̏̏̏̌́̌̏̚/̡̨̬̣̼́̏?

15 ˃̨̨̛̬̖̦̪̍̏̌́˃ʥ̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌
ʿ̛̬ ̨̨̛̛̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̏̏ ̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̥̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ˃ʥ ̛̪̬ ̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌, ̨̭̦̦̥̏́̌̚ ̭
̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̥̏ ̸̨̨̨̪̖̬̦̣̦̏̌̌̽̐ ̨̥̦̯̙̌̌ ̨̔ ̨̨̛̬̦̍̌̏̌́̚ ̨̨̨̭̥̖̭̯̦̏̐ ̛̛̪̬̖̪̬̯̔́́, ̛̼̣̍ ̛̣
̨̭̱̙̖̦̼̍̔ ̛̣̯̖̬̦̯̼̌̽̌̏ ̭ ̨̛̯̖̣̥̔̌ ̶̡̛̛̭̪̣̱̯̾̌̌ ̛ ˃ʥ ̣̔́ ̨̨̯̬̍̌ ̨̛̦̣̖̖̌̍ ̵̨̨̨̪̺̖̔̔́̐
̛̬̦̯̏̌̌̌?
ʽ̸̯̥̖̖̦̼ ̛̣ ̦̌ ̸̵̡̨̨̨̨̥̪̦̦̼̏ ̸̵̖̬̯̖̙̌ ̡̭̪̖̯̼̌, ̖̐̔ ̦̖ ̨̭̣̖̦̼̍̀̔ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ˃ʥ ̛̪̬
̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌?
ʿ̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̣̭̦̦̖̣̭̣̱̖̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̔̌̏̍̏̌̔́̌̏̏̏́?

ʽʥˍʫˁ˃ˀʽʰ˃ʫʸːʻʤ˔ˋʤˁ˃ː/ʶʽʻˁ˃ˀ˄ʶˉʰʰ
ʿ̸̸̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̖̬̦̼̜̣̭̯̪̖̭̪̖̖̦̖̭̯̏̍̀̌̏̌/̸̡̨̨̡̡̦̯̬̣̖̭̯̪̖̯̀̌̏̌̌̌
̶̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̦̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̔̌̌̏̍̽
̸̛̭̯̌/̶̵̡̨̡̨̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̼̬̯̌̍ˀ̖̔.0(1Ͳ̌̏̐Ͳ2013)
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N/A ˀ̶̸̶̨̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̖̭̯̬̦̦̼̜̦̥̖̬̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̐̌̌̌̌̍̔̌:
X ʻ̨̡̛̦̖̪̬̖̯̌̏̌̌̚:
ʻ̶̨̡̛̛̥̖̬̬̖̔̌:
ʪ̶̡̛̛̯̬̖̌̌̔̌:

1 ˃̛̬̖̱̯̭̣̍̀́˃˄̶̨̡̛̦̪̬̖̱̬̱̭̬̌̔̏̌?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ˃˄ ̦̌ ̶̨̪̬̖̱̬̱̔ ̡̛̭̬̏̌ ̡̱̦̼̌̌̚ ̏ ̨̛̛̛̪̭̦̌ ̨̻̖̥̍̌ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̡̪̖̯̌̌ ̸̨̬̖̜̌̍
̶̨̡̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̔̌?
ї ʥ̡̨̛̛̼̣̣̪̌́˃˄̶̸̸̶̨̡̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̦̪̬̖̱̬̱̭̬̣̖̦̪̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̔̏̌̏̀̌̏̌̌̍̔̌?

2 ˃̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̍́ʻʶ(̡̨̨̛̦̖̬̬̱̹̺̜̦̯̬̣̌̌̀̽̚)?
ї ʥ̼̣ ̛̣ ̡̱̦̌̌̚ ̛̏̔ ̛ % ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̏́ ʻʶ (̯.̖. ʶʶʪ/ʺʿʪ 5% ̵̭̬̦̼̏̌ ̨̹̏̏, ˀʰ 100% ̵̭̬̦̼̏̌
̨̹̏̏,̨̨̛̱̣̦̼̜̭̥̯̬̏̌̽̚100%̵̨̭̬̦̼̹̏̌̏̏)?

3 ˃̸̸̶̸̨̨̨̡̨̡̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̱̖̯̭̣̦̣̪̬̦̭̯̭̬̭̖̯̥̪̬̥̖̯̬̦̭̯̬̱̣̪̖̯̬̖̜̍́̌̌̌̌̌̌̏̔́̌̌̌̍̚
̶̨̡̛̛̱̥̖̦̯̔̌?
ї ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̪̬̖̖̣̖̦̼̔ ̭̖̏ ̡̛̦̬̱̌̐̚ ̦̌ ̶̡̨̡̛̦̭̯̬̱̀ (̨̭̭̯̖̦̦̼̜̍̏ ̖̭̏ ̨̣̖̥̖̦̯̾̏
̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱,̶̡̨̡̛̭̪̣̱̯̦̦̦̬̱̾̌̌̌́̌̐̌̚,̨̡̛̛̖̯̬̼̖̦̬̱̯̏̏̌̐̚.̔.)?
ї ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ̸̬̭̖̯̼̌ ̨̪̬̥̖̯̬̌̌̏ ̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱ ̨̪̦̼̔̌ ̦̌ ̨̛̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̦̖̌ ̖̱̺̖̥̱̏̔ ̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̱
̸̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̭̯̍̽̌/̶̡̨̡̨̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̼̥̬̯̥̌̍̌?

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌1:ˁ̥.˃˄˃ˌʽ"ʶ̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̯̖̬̪̬̖̯̬̦̭̯̬̯̖̣̭̯̖̏̌́̏̽̏"CIVͲDUͲ5240ͲTCO
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌2:ʪ̵̵̸̶̵̨̨̨̨̡̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̣̼̪̣̦̖̦̦̖̥̼̬̭̖̯̦̭̯̬̱̜̣̦̼̭̬̱̙̖̦̜̭̙̯̖̭̭́̏́̍̔̌̏̐̌̏̏́̽
̡̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̖̭̯̯̖̣̥̥̪̦̔̌̏́̌ETC̴̶̨̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̣̭̖̬̯̬̦̦̜̥̪̦̏̌̌.

4 ʿ̵̸̴̶̶̨̨̡̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̭̯̣̪̖̬̖̦̬̱̯̦̜̣̥̬̦̦̜̦̭̯̬̱̔̔̌̌̌̐̏̔̏̌̚
̨̡̛̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̥̻̖̯̥̏̀̍̌?
ї ʥ̼̣̌ ̛̣ ̨̼̪̣̦̖̦̏̌ ̨̨̪̯̬̦̏̌́ ̨̡̪̬̖̬̏̌ ̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̖̜̏̀ ̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱ ̦̌ ̸̛̛̦̣̖̌ ̵̨̦̼̏
̨̛̛̱̭̣̜̦̬̱̙̖̦̏̌̐́?
ї ʦ ̸̭̣̱̖̌ ̸̛̪̖̬̖̔̌ ̨̡̦̬̱̌̐̚ ̨̯ ̵̨̦̼̏ ̛̛̣ ̴̶̵̨̨̛̛̛̥̬̦̦̼̔̏̌ ̶̡̨̡̛̦̭̯̬̱̜ ̨̡̨̭̥̱̌̏̔̚
̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌̀ (̡̨̨̣̦̦̼, ̨̭̭̱̼̔, ̴̡̖̣̦̼̖̌̽ ̯̬̱̼̍ ̛ ̯.̔.) ̼̣̍ ̛̣ ̨̪̬̖̖̦̏̔
̵̸̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̪̣̦̯̖̣̦̼̜̥̖̦̖̭̜̦̣̔̽̌̌̌̚?

5 ʿ̵̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̭̯̣̦̣̙̖̦̖̦̭̯̬̖̦̦̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̖̪̖̥̦̼̖̣̦̣̬̱̖̔̌̏̐́̌̏̀̔̔̐̚
̨̨̛̪̖̥̦̼̖̭̯̬̖̦̔́̚(̛̦̪̬̥̖̬̌,̴̱̦̥̖̦̯̼̔̌)?
ї ʥ̛̼̣ ̛̣ ̸̛̱̖̦̼̚ ̡̨̨̦̯̬̣̦̼̖̽ ̸̛̖̬̯̖̙ ̴̨̱̦̥̖̦̯̔̌̏ ̣̔́ ̨̛̪̬̖̖̣̖̦̔́ ̵̨̨̥̙̦̼̏̚
̨̛̦̣̙̖̦̜̌?
ї ʥ̨̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̨̪̬̖̖̦̏̔ ̨̨̛̭̣̖̦̖̍̔̏̌ ̨̡̛̪̣̺̌̔ ̣̔́ ̨̛̪̬̖̖̣̖̦̔́ ̵̨̨̥̙̦̼̏̚ ̸̵̨̦̖̯̥̖̖̦̦̼
̵̨̛̛̪̖̥̦̼̣̦̜̔̚/̡̖̣̖̜̌̍?

6 ʥ̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̭̱̙̖̦̼̣̯̖̬̦̯̦̼̖̬̖̹̖̦̖̙̦̖̍̔̌̽̌̏́̏̍̌̚
̵̨̨̛̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̼̍̽/̶̵̡̨̡̨̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̼̬̯̌̍(̯.e.̵̸̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̭̯̬̯̖̣̭̯̦̼̭̯̬̖̦̜̦̱̭̯̖̽̏̏̌̌
̵̨̡̨̛̭̱̺̖̭̯̱̺̻̖̯̏̀̍̏)?
ї ʥ̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̭̱̙̖̦̍̔ ̛̣̯̖̬̦̯̦̼̜̌̽̌̏ ̛̬̦̯̏̌̌ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́ ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ) ̛ ̸̡̡̨̛̣̖̯̬̖̭̜̾
̸̛̭̯̌, ̛̖̭̣ ̡̌́̏̌̚ ̦̌ ̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̏ ̵̛̦̱̯̬̖̦̦̏ ̨̬̯̌̍ ̨̛̪̭̯̱̪̣̌ ̨̯ ̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̏ ̨̪ ʶʰʿ(̛ʤ)
̨̛̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̏Ͳ̡̡̨̛̣̖̯̬̾̏?
ї ʥ̼̣ ̛̣ ̨̭̱̙̖̦̍̔ ̛̣̯̖̬̦̯̦̼̜̌̽̌̏ ̛̬̦̯̏̌̌ ̵̸̡̨̛̥̖̦̖̭̜̌ ̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱, ̛̖̭̣ ̡̌́̏̌̚ ̦̌
̵̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̦̱̯̬̖̦̦̬̯̪̭̯̱̪̣̯̦̙̖̦̖̬̏̏̌̍̌̏Ͳ̵̡̨̛̥̖̦̌̏?

7 ʥ̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̭̖̣̦̼̭̭̼̣̦̭̯̖̯̭̯̱̺̖̦̬̥̼̔̌̌̏̏̀˃˄˃ˌʽ?
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̸̨̬̖̖̌̍ ̛̦̖̌̔̌̚ ̸̡̣̖̯̏̀̌ ̖̥̣̦̼̖́̚ ̨̬̯̼̌̍, ̭̥. ˃˄ ˃ˌʽ CIVͲSUͲ581ͲTCO "ʿ̨̨̨̡̯̔̐̏̌
̨̡̨̛̛̪̣̺̖̥̣̦̼̖̬̯̼̌̔́̌̍̚"̛ʰ˃ʥͲ105
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̸̨̬̖̖̌̍ ̛̦̖̌̔̌̚ ̸̡̣̖̯̏̀̌ ̨̥̦̯̙̌ ̶̨̡̨̡̛̥̖̯̣̣̦̭̯̬̱̜̌, ̭̥. ˃˄ ˃ˌʽ CIVͲSUͲ398ͲTCO
"ʰ̶̸̵̨̨̡̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̯̣̖̦̖̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̜̪̬̭̯̣̐̏̏̔̏̌̚"
ї ʫ̛̭̣ ̸̨̬̖̖̌̍ ̛̦̖̌̔̌̚ ̸̡̣̖̯̏̀̌ ̨̬̯̼̌̍ ̨̪ ̨̥̦̯̙̱̌ ̨̨̙̖̣̖̖̯̦̍̌̚, ̭̥. ˃˄ ˃ˌʽ CIVͲSUͲ850Ͳ
TCO"ʻ̨̨̨̛̛̛̖̬̥̬̦̦̼̜̬̥̬̦̦̼̜̖̯̦̌̏̌̌̏̌̍"
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʦ̸̡̡̨̨̨̛̛̛̣̯̖̭̭̼̣̦̭̱̬̭̯̖̦̦̼̖̥̖̙̱̦̬̦̼̖̦̬̥̼̀̌̐̔̌̏̔̌̔,̨̛̛̖̭̣̬̭̭̥̯̬̖̥̼̖̬̯̼̦̖̌̌̏̌̌̍
̸̡̨̡̣̖̦̼̦̦̼̖̱̥̖̦̯̼̏̀̏̔̌̔

8 ʥ̵̡̨̨̛̣̣̬̱̪̻̖̥̦̼̯̣̖̜̌̔́̐̔̌̚
ї
ʥ̸̸̸̶̨̨̨̡̨̡̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̬̭̖̯̖̪̭̦̜̬̖̜̦̬̱̪̬̣̙̖̦̪̖̯̱̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̍̌̌̍̌̐̌̌̍̔̌̚̚?
ї ʥ̼̣̌ ̛̣ ̸̛̪̬̣̖̖̦̏̌ ̶̨̛̛̛̭̪̖̣̬̦̦̌̏̌̌́̚ ̡̨̛̥̪̦̌́ ̨̏ ̬̖̥̏́ ̴̶̡̛̛̛̛̭̖̬̯̌ ̡̛̣̍̌ ̛
̴̸̸̨̡̡̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̪̬̖̖̣̖̦̯̖̭̜̖̪̭̦̜̬̖̜̦̬̱̔́̌̍̌̌̍̌̐̚̚?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:ʿ̴̶̨̨̨̡̨̡̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̪̬̭̥̭̖̬̯̣̭̙̯̖̭̭̥̪̦̖̜̏̌̌̍̌̏́̽̌"ˁ̖̬̏˃̵̖"

9
ʥ̡̛̼̣̣̱̦̭̯̦̬̯̌̌̌̔̌̚NACEMR0175/ISO15156̸̵̡̡̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̖̦̖̥̖̯̣̣̖̭̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̌̌̌̏̚̚?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌1:NACE=ʻ̶̶̶̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̦̣̦̭̭̦̙̖̦̖̬̪̬̬̌̌̽̌́̌̌́̏̚

ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌2:ʦ̸̵̨̨̨̡̡̛̛̛̥̙̦̦̣̖̌̌̚Ͳ̸̨̡̛̛̛̣̭̣̖̦̜̍̀,̨̡̨̨̛̛̪̬̦̭̱̣̯̬̱̜̯̖̭̭̦̙̖̦̖̬̥̽̽Ͳ̡̨̨̦̭̱̣̯̦̯̥̽̌

10 ʽ̨̛̯̬̭̣̖̼̖̦̬̥̼̌̏˃˄̡̨̛̛̥̪̦̌
ї ʥ̡̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̱̦̼̖̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̪̬̥̖̦̥̼̖̯̬̭̣̖̼̖̦̬̥̼̌̌̏̌́̏̌̌̌̌̏̚̚,̡̡̡̛̯̖̌̌ASME,
ANSI,ASTM,API,ʧʽˁ˃̛̯.̔.?
ї ʥ̡̡̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̱̦̼̖̦̥̯̖̬̣̪̬̥̖̦̥̼̖̌̌̏̌́̏̌̌̌̚̚˃˄˃ˌʽ̡̨̛̛̛̥̪̦̌"ˌ̨̖̬̦̏"?

11 ˁ̸̵̶̨̨̡̨̡̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̯̖̯̭̯̱̖̯̣̯̖̱̺̜̬̭̖̯̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̼̦̭̯̬̱̜̯̬̖̦̥̪̏̏̌̽̍̏̌́˃ʥ̛̪̬
̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌?
ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̨̛̪̬̯̖̯̖̏"ʻ/ʿ"̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̪̣̦̖̦̖̭̯̣̦̜̭̯̦̦̬̖̣̦̖̯̬̖̱̖̯̭̌̌̽̌̔̌̐̌̔̌̍́̚̚
ї ʿ̛̬ ̨̨̛̛̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̏̏ ̶̡̨̡̛̛̦̭̯̬̱ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̥̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ˃ʥ ̛̪̬ ̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌, ̨̭̦̦̥̏́̌̚ ̭
̨̛̼̪̣̦̖̦̖̥̏ ̨̛̭̯̬̯̖̣̭̯̽̏̌ ̨̔ ̨̨̛̬̦̍̌̏̌́̚ ̨̨̨̭̥̖̭̯̦̏̐ ̛̛̪̬̖̪̬̯̔́́, ̛̼̣̍ ̛̣
̨̭̱̙̖̦̼̍̔ ̛̣̯̖̬̦̯̼̌̽̌̏ ̭ ̨̛̯̖̣̥̔̌ ̶̡̛̛̭̪̣̱̯̾̌̌ ̛ ˃ʥ ̣̔́ ̨̨̯̬̍̌ ̨̛̦̣̖̖̌̍
̵̨̨̨̛̪̺̖̬̦̯̔̔́̐̏̌̌̌?
ї ʽ̸̯̥̖̖̦̼ ̛̣ ̦̌ ̵̨̛̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̼̽ ̸̵̖̬̯̖̙̌ ̡̭̪̖̯̼̌, ̖̐̔ ̦̖ ̨̭̣̖̦̼̍̀̔ ̨̛̯̬̖̦̍̏̌́ ̨̪ ˃ʥ
̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̪̬̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌?
ї ʿ̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̬̖̭̯̣̖̦̣̭̦̦̖̣̭̣̱̖̦̖̭̯̖̯̭̯̔̌̏̍̏̌̔́̌̏̏̏́?

12
ʥ̵̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̼̣̣̪̬̣̖̥̼̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̯̖̦̣̦̭̯̭̱̙̖̦̼̭̪̬̖̭̯̯̖̣̥̬̱̪̪̼̍̽̐̍̔̔̌̏́̐
ʶˀˁʿ̸̨̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̖̱̺̥̦̙̖̦̖̬̥̪̺̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̜̭̯̏̔̍̽̌/̶̡̨̡̨̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̼̥̬̯̥̌̍̌?
Appendix 2
P & ID CHECK LIST.

CHECKING SHALL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:

Is P.& I.D. drawn to the grid.


Are line numbers and service identification shown.
Have standard symbols been used to complete the drawing.
Has the title block been fully filled in.
Are all line numbers shown with size, duty and specification.
Is out of specification material clearly indicated.
Is there a flow arrow at each change of direction.
Are continuations shown with a drawing reference and a line number.
Have standard information boxes for equipment been placed at the top of the drawing
directly above that to which it relates and relevant data reflected.
Has vessel trim material class and rating been identified.
Have insulation limits been shown.
Are all vessel nozzles, size, rating, tag number and elevation, shown.
Have control valve and by-pass sizes been identified.
Are lines that require a slope clearly indicated.
If tie-in numbers are required, are they shown correctly, and in a position agreed with
operations.
Is the demarcation between new lines and equipment and existing lines and equipment
clearly shown.
Has the re-use of existing valves, instruments, piping etc. been identified.
Has the extent of the demolition requirements been determined.
Have existing P.& I.D.’s been corrected to show the latest information.
Have all special items been identified.
Are all operating vents and drains shown and sized.
For start-up, are temporary strainers shown, and noted as such.
Have trapping requirements been indicated.
Are flushing connections, sample points and hose stations shown.
Has the type and extent of any heat tracing been shown.
Are all material and specification breaks clearly identified.
Have lines that are not to be pocketed been identified as such.
Have all instruments been allocated tag numbers.
Does the drawing indicate what the failure position of the control valves are.
Have the minimum straight runs for metering requirements been shown.
Do the relief valves show sizes, ratings and set points.
Do the rupture discs show sizes, ratings and set points.
Are the different types of valves ie, gate, globe, diaphragm etc, clearly indicated.
If gravity flow is required has it been identified on the drawing.
Have the limits of skid and packaged units been determined.
Have all nozzles that require blinding been identified.
Have the correct abbreviations been used throughout the drawing.
Have all holds been correctly identified.

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After checking, the Piping and Instrumentation Diagram shall be issued in accordance
with the Project Document Distribution Schedule.

Master copies of the Piping and Instrument Diagram shall be retained until the project
has been commissioned and the requirements for “as built” record copies has been
determined by the project requirements.

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ɉɪɢɥɨɠɟɧɢɟ 2
ɄɈɇɌɊɈɅɖɇɕɃɉȿɊȿɑȿɇɖȼɈɉɊɈɋɈȼ ȾɅə ɋɏȿɆ ɌɊɍȻɈɉɊɈȼɈȾɈȼ
ɂɄɂɉɢȺ

ɉɈɆɂɆɈɉɊɈɑȿȽɈɉɊɈȼȿɊɄȺȾɈɅɀɇȺȼɄɅɘɑȺɌɖ ȼɋȿȻə
ɋɅȿȾɍɘɓȿȿ

ɋɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɚ ɥɢ ɋɌɢɄɂɉ ɧɚɨɫɧɨɜɟɤɨɨɪɞɢɧɚɬɧɨɣɫɟɬɤɢ"


ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵ ɥɢ ɧɨɦɟɪɚ ɥɢɧɢɣ ɢ ɩɟɪɟɤɚɱɢɜɚɟɦɚɹɫɪɟɞɚ"
ɂɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɵ ɥɢ ɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɧɵɟ ɝɪɚɮɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɨɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɢɹ ɩɪɢɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɢ
ɱɟɪɬɟɠɚ"
ȼɫɹɥɢɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɹɜɧɟɫɟɧɚɜɬɢɬɭɥɶɧɵɣɛɥɨɤ"
ȼɫɟɥɢɧɨɦɟɪɚɥɢɧɢɣɜɤɥɸɱɚɸɬɪɚɡɦɟɪɵ, ɪɚɛɨɱɢɟɯɚɪɚɤɬɟɪɢɫɬɢɤɢɢɌɍ?
ɑɟɬɤɨ ɥɢ ɨɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧ ɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥ, ɤɨɬɨɪɵɣ ɧɟɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɌɍ?
Ɉɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɨɥɢɤɚɠɞɨɟɢɡɦɟɧɟɧɢɟɧɚɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɩɨɬɨɤɚɫɪɟɞɵɩɪɢɩɨɦɨɳɢɫɬɪɟɥɤɢ-
ɭɤɚɡɚɬɟɥɹɧɚɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɩɨɬɨɤɚ"
ɋɧɚɛɠɟɧɥɢɱɟɪɬɟɠɫɫɵɥɤɚɦɢɧɚɞɪɭɝɢɟɱɟɪɬɟɠɢɢɧɨɦɟɪɚɥɢɧɢɣɩɪɢɧɚɥɢɱɢɢ
ɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ-ɩɪɨɞɨɥɠɟɧɢɣ"
Ɋɚɫɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɵ ɥɢ ɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɧɵɟ ɛɥɨɤɢ ɨɩɢɫɚɧɢɹ ɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɹɜɜɟɪɯɧɟɣɱɚɫɬɢɩɨɥɹ
ɱɟɪɬɟɠɚɧɟɩɨɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɟɧɧɨɧɚɞɬɟɦɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɟɦɤɤɨɬɨɪɨɦɭɨɧɢɨɬɧɨɫɹɬɫɹ, ɫ
ɭɤɚɡɚɧɢɟɦɧɚɞɥɟɠɚɳɟɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɣɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɢ"
ɍɤɚɡɚɧ ɥɢ ɤɥɚɫɫ ɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚ ɢɪɚɛɨɱɢɟɯɚɪɚɤɬɟɪɢɫɬɢɤɢ ɜɧɭɬɪɟɧɧɟɣɨɫɧɚɫɬɤɢ
ɫɨɫɭɞɚ?
Ɉɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɥɢ ɧɚ ɱɟɪɬɟɠɟ ɝɪɚɧɢɰɵ ɢɡɦɟɧɟɧɢɹɬɢɩɚɢɡɨɥɹɰɢɢ"
Ɉɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵ ɥɢ ɜɫɟ ɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɵɟ ɞɚɧɧɵɟɩɨɫɨɫɭɞɭɩɚɬɪɭɛɤɢ, ɪɚɡɦɟɪɵ, ɪɚɛɨɱɢɟ
ɯɚɪɚɤɬɟɪɢɫɬɢɤɢɢɞɟɧɬɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɨɧɧɵɣɧɨɦɟɪɢɜɵɫɨɬɧɵɟɨɬɦɟɬɤɢ"
ɍɤɚɡɚɧɵɥɢɪɚɡɦɟɪɵɪɟɝɭɥɢɪɭɸɳɢɯɤɥɚɩɚɧɨɜɢɛɚɣɩɚɫɧɵɯɥɢɧɢɣ"
ɑɟɬɤɨɥɢɨɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɥɢɧɢɢɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɟɭɤɥɨɧɚ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵ ɥɢ ɧɨɦɟɪɚ ɬɨɱɟɤ ɜɪɟɡɨɤ ɩɪɚɜɢɥɶɧɨ, ɟɫɥɢ ɢɯ ɭɤɚɡɚɧɢɟ ɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨ, ɢ
ɫɨɝɥɚɫɨɜɚɧɨ ɥɢ ɢɯ ɪɚɫɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɟɫɷɤɫɩɥɭɚɬɚɰɢɟɣ"
ɑɟɬɤɨ ɥɢ ɩɨɤɚɡɚɧɨ ɪɚɡɝɪɚɧɢɱɟɧɢɟ ɦɟɠɞɭ ɧɨɜɵɦɢ ɥɢɧɢɹɦɢ ɢ ɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɟɦɚ
ɬɚɤɠɟɫɬɚɪɵɦɢɥɢɧɢɹɦɢɢɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɟɦ"
Ɉɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɨ ɥɢ ɩɨɜɬɨɪɧɨɟ ɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɢɟ ɫɭɳɟɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯ ɤɥɚɩɚɧɨɜ
ɢɡɦɟɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɯɩɪɢɛɨɪɨɜɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɨɜɢɬɞ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɥɢɧɚɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɨɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬɩɨɞɟɦɨɧɬɚɠɭ?
ɈɛɧɨɜɥɟɧɵɥɢɫɭɳɟɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɋɌɢɄɂɉɢȺ ɫɭɤɚɡɚɧɢɟɦ ɫɚɦɵɯɩɨɫɥɟɞɧɢɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ"
Ɉɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɥɢɜɫɟɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɶɧɵɟɩɨɡɢɰɢɢ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵɥɢɪɚɡɦɟɪɵɜɫɟɯɞɟɣɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɜɨɡɞɭɲɧɢɤɨɜɢɞɪɟɧɚɠɟɣ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵɥɢɜɪɟɦɟɧɧɵɟɮɢɥɶɬɪɵɩɪɟɞɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɭɫɤɚ, ɫɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɟɣ
ɩɨɦɟɬɤɨɣ ɧɚɱɟɪɬɟɠɟ?
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵɥɢɜɫɟɭɥɚɜɥɢɜɚɸɳɢɟɭɫɬɪɨɣɫɬɜɚ?
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵɥɢɫɨɟɞɢɧɟɧɢɹɞɥɹɩɪɨɦɵɜɤɢɩɪɨɞɭɜɤɢɬɨɱɤɢɨɬɛɨɪɚɢɩɨɠɚɪɧɵɟ
ɪɭɤɚɜɚ?
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɥɢɬɢɩɢɝɪɚɧɢɰɵ ɨɛɨɝɪɟɜɚɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɨɜɬɟɩɥɨɫɩɭɬɧɢɤɚɦɢ"
ɑɟɬɤɨɥɢɨɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɜɫɟɬɨɱɤɢɢɡɦɟɧɟɧɢɹ ɬɢɩɨɜɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜɢɤɥɚɫɫɨɜɬɪɭɛ"
Ɉɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɥɢɞɨɥɠɧɵɦɨɛɪɚɡɨɦɥɢɧɢɢɧɚɤɨɬɨɪɵɯɧɟɞɨɩɭɫɤɚɟɬɫɹɧɚɥɢɱɢɟ
ɤɚɪɦɚɧɨɜ"

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ȼɫɟɦɥɢɭɤɚɡɚɧɧɵɦɢɡɦɟɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɦ ɩɪɢɛɨɪɚɦ ɩɪɢɫɜɨɟɧɵ ɢɞɟɧɬɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɨɧɧɵɟ
ɧɨɦɟɪɚ?
ɍɤɚɡɚɧɵɥɢɧɚɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɹɜɤɨɬɨɪɵɟɮɢɤɫɢɪɭɸɬɫɹɪɟɝɭɥɢɪɭɸɳɢɟ
ɤɥɚɩɚɧɵɩɪɢɚɜɚɪɢɣɧɨɦɨɬɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɢ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɚ ɥɢ ɦɢɧɢɦɚɥɶɧɚɹɞɥɢɧɚ ɩɪɹɦɨɝɨ ɭɱɚɫɬɤɚ ɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɚɞɥɹɭɫɬɚɧɨɜɤɢ
ɢɡɦɟɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɯɩɪɢɛɨɪɨɜ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵ ɥɢ ɪɚɡɦɟɪɵ, ɪɚɛɨɱɢɟ ɯɚɪɚɤɬɟɪɢɫɬɢɤɢ ɢ ɭɫɬɚɜɤɢɩɪɟɞɨɯɪɚɧɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɯ
ɤɥɚɩɚɧɨɜ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵ ɥɢ ɪɚɡɦɟɪɵ, ɪɚɛɨɱɢɟ ɯɚɪɚɤɬɟɪɢɫɬɢɤɢ ɢ ɭɫɬɚɜɤɢɪɚɡɪɵɜɧɵɯɞɢɫɤɨɜ/
ɦɟɦɛɪɚɧ"
ɑɟɬɤɨ ɥɢ ɨɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵ ɪɚɡɥɢɱɧɵɟ ɬɢɩɵɚɪɦɚɬɭɪɵɬɚɤɢɟɤɚɤɧɚɩɪɲɢɛɟɪɧɚɹ
ɡɚɞɜɢɠɤɚɜɟɧɬɢɥɶɦɟɦɛɪɚɧɧɚɹɚɪɦɚɬɭɪɚɢɬɞ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵ ɥɢ ɧɚ ɱɟɪɬɟɠɚɯɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɞɟɣɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɩɨɩɪɢɧɰɢɩɭɫɚɦɨɬɟɤɚɟɫɥɢ
ɬɚɤɨɜɵɟɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ"
ɉɨɤɚɡɚɧɵ ɥɢ ɝɪɚɧɢɰɵɛɥɨɤɨɜɢɤɨɦɩɥɟɤɬɧɵɯɭɫɬɚɧɨɜɨɤ"
ȼɫɟɥɢɩɚɬɪɭɛɤɢɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɟɭɫɬɚɧɨɜɤɢɡɚɝɥɭɲɤɢɩɨɤɚɡɚɧɵɧɚɱɟɪɬɟɠɟ"
ɉɪɚɜɢɥɶɧɵɟ ɥɢɫɨɤɪɚɳɟɧɢɹɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɵ ɧɚɱɟɪɬɟɠɟ"
ɉɪɚɜɢɥɶɧɨɥɢɨɛɨɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɜɫɟɡɚɞɟɪɠɤɢ"

ɉɨɫɥɟ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢ ɫɯɟɦɚ ɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɨɜ ɢ ɄɂɉɢȺ ɞɨɥɠɧɚ ɛɵɬɶ ɜɵɩɭɳɟɧɚ ɜ


ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɢ ɫ ɝɟɧɟɪɚɥɶɧɨɣɦɚɬɪɢɰɟɣ ɪɚɫɫɵɥɤɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɯɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ

Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟ ɤɨɩɢɢ ɫɯɟɦɵ ɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɨɜ ɢ ɄɂɉɢȺ ɞɨɥɠɧɵ ɯɪɚɧɢɬɶɫɹ ɞɨ ɬɟɯ


ɩɨɪ, ɩɨɤɚ ɧɟ ɛɭɞɟɬ ɡɚɩɭɳɟɧ ɩɪɨɟɤɬ, ɢ ɧɟ ɛɭɞɭɬ ɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɵ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɟ ɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹ
ɤ «ɢɫɩɨɥɧɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɦ» ɤɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɦ ɷɤɡɟɦɩɥɹɪɚɦ

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APPENDIX 3

PRIORITIZED CHECK LIST - MECHANICAL & PIPING


P&ID Review Isometric P&ID check Isometric design parameters check Isometrics material check Piping GA Line List Material Request (MR) / MTO Data sheets
Criticality basis Description
Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check
Low pressure / non hazardous utility (air, water) X X X X X X
Low pressure steam / condensate (Utility) X X X X X X
High pressure Steam & Condensate / High pressure
X X X X X X
Service and temperature utility
Hazardous Utilities (Acids etc) X X X X X X
Hydrocarbon Sweet X X X X X X
Hydrocarbon Sour X X X X X X
Carbon steel 150# Piping less than 24" X X
Carbon steel 150# Piping 24" and higher X X
Carbon steel 300# Piping less than 24" X X
Carbon steel 300# Piping 24" and higher X X
Carbon steel 600# and higher Piping all sizes X X
Materials Stainless steel 150# piping less than 12" X X
Stainless steel 150# piping 12" and higher X X
Stainless steel 300# piping less than 12" X X
Stainless steel 300# piping 12" and higher X X
Stainless steel 600# and higher Piping all size X X
High Alloy materials X X
Rotating machinery X X X X X

Pressure vessel, exchanger, tank etc (hydrocarbon) X X X X X


Equipments
Pressure vessel, exchanger, tank etc (non-
X X X X X
hydrocarbon)

PRIORITIZED CHECK LIST - CIVIL


Design Basis/Engineering Topographical/Geotechnical Site Grading/Site Utilities Plan Access and Egress Material Certificates/Data
Plot Plan/Site Plan Safety In Desings Compliance Material Request (MR) / MTO)
Criticality basis Description Calculations Survey Report /Layout and GA Plan Roads/Emergency Escapes sheets
Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check
Topographical Survey X X X X
Geotechnical Survey X X X X X
Site Works, (Temporary and Permenant) X X X X X X X
Excavation and Backfill X X X X x X x
Bored Pile/Driven Pile/Sheetpilling Installation X X X X X X X
Shallow Foundation Installation X X X X X X X
Service Flowlines Foundations/Anchor blocks installation X X X X X X X
Underground Drainage System and Services X X X X X X
Manholes/Catchbasins/Valve and Hydrant Pits X X X X X X X
Roads and Paving X X X X X X
Ponds and Basins X X X X X X X X
Lifting X X X X X X
Chain Link Fencing X X X X
Plain and Reinforced Concrete X X X
Reinforcement re-bar X X X
Holding -down Anchor bolts/Bolts, washers and nuts X X X X
Structural steel X X X X
Coatings X X X X
Materials
Sheetpilling X X X X
Grouts X X X X
Pond and Basin Geomembranes X X X X X
Scaffolding X X X X X
Waterproofing/Membranes/Sealings/etc. X X X X X
Vessels/Exchangers/Tanks X X X X X
Rotating Equipment/Pumps/Motors X X X X X
Equipments
Substations X X X X X
Lifting X X X X X
PRIORITIZED CHECK LIST - STRUCTURAL
Design Basis/Engineering Structural System Piping/HVAC/Equipment GA Material Cerificates/Data
Plot Plan/Site Plan Foundation Plan - GA &Layout Safety In Desings Compliance Material Request (MR) / MTO)
Criticality basis Description Calculations Components - GA & Layout and Layouts sheets
Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check
Buildings X x X X X X
Pipe Racks and Bridges X X X X X X X
Structures for Vessels/Exchangers/Tanks X X X X X X X

Structures for Rotating Equipment/Pumps/Motors X X X X X X X


Service
Stairs/Walkways/Service Platforms X X X X X X
Specialty Sacffolding X X X

Ladders, Handrails and other lightly stressed items X X X X X


Plain and Reinforced Concrete X X X X
Reinforcement re-bar X X X
Bolts, washers and nuts X X X X
Structural steel X X X
Gratings and fasteners X X X X
Materials
General Architectural fitout's X X X X
Fireproofing X X X
Coatings X X X
Grouts X X X
Scaffolding X X X
Vessels/Exchangers/Tanks X X X X X
Rotating Equipment/Pumps/Motors X X X X X
Equipments
Substations X X X X X
Lifting X X X X X

PRIORITIZED CHECK LIST - ELECTRICAL


Hazardous Area Earthing/Lighting Assembly Dwgs/Equipment
Key SLD/SLD Equipment List/Load List Job Pack Data Sheet/MTO/MR Switchgear
Criticality basis Description Drawings/Philosophy Prot/Lighting/HT/CP Design Layout/Cable Routing
Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check
High Voltage X X X X X X X
Low Voltage X X X X X X X
Service
UPS/Critical Supply X X X X X X X
No Voltage (Earthing, Lightning Prot, etc.) X X
Bulk Material Quantities X X X X
Materials
Bulk Material Descriptions X X X X X X
Substations X X X X X X
Switchgear X X X X X X
Equipments
Distribution Equipment (Trfs/NERs, etc.) X X X X X X
Other Tagged Equipment X X X X X X X X

PRIORITIZED CHECK LIST - INSTRUMENTATION


Instrument Index/IO Data Sheet/MTO/MR Hook-up/Equipment
P&ID/C&I/F&G Philosophy C&E Diagram Job Pack Cable Block Diagram Loop Drawings
Criticality basis Description List/Equipment List (NB: Check Certification) Layout/Cable Routing
Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check Quick check Detailed check
Sour Service X X X X X X X
Safe Service X X X X X X X
Service ESD X X X X X X X X
Control X X X X X X X X
Local Indication X X X X X
Bulk Material Quantities X X X
Materials
Bulk Material Descriptions X X X X
Instruments X X X X X
Equipments
Control Systems X X X X
ʿˀʰʸʽʮʫʻʰʫ3
ʿˀʽʦʫˀʽˋʻˏʱʸʰˁ˃ʿʽʿˀʰʽˀʰ˃ʫ˃ʤʺͲʺʫˈʤʻʰˋʫˁʶʽʫʽʥʽˀ˄ʪʽʦʤʻʰʫʰ˃ˀ˄ʥʽʿˀʽʦʽʪˏ
ʿ̸̵̸̵̨̡̨̡̛̛̛̬̖̬̥̖̯̬̖̭̬̭̖̯̦̼̏̌̌̚ ʿ̸̵̨̡̨̨̡̛̛̛̛̬̖̬̥̯̖̬̣̦̥̖̯̬̖̭̏̌̌̌̏̌̚
ʽ̨̨̛̭̦̦̖̱̬̦̏̌̏́ ʿ̨̡̬̖̬̏̌ˁ˃̛ʶʰʿ ʿ̸̵̨̡̨̡̛̛̛̬̖̬̥̖̯̬̖̭̏̌̚ˁ˃̛ʶʰʿ ʽ̨̨̨̨̨̺̖̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̍̏̔̌ ˁ̨̡̛̛̛̪̭̣̦̜ ʯ̡̛̛̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̌́̏̌̌̌/̶̴̶̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̭̪̖̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̌̏ ʸ̵̸̵̵̡̡̛̛̛̛̭̯̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̔̌
ʽ̛̛̪̭̦̖̌ ̨̪̬̥̖̯̬̌̌̏ ̸̵̖̬̯̖̙̌
̨̨̛̯̖̯̭̯̖̦̦̭̯̏̏
ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌
ˑ̨̡̨̨̛̛̦̖̬̬̖̭̱̬̭̦̣̖̦̐̐̔̌̏́̚/̨̨̦̖̪̭̦̼̜̦̖̬̬̖̭̱̬̭̌̾̐(̵̨̱̏̔̚,̨̏̔̌) X X X X X X
ʿ̬̌/̡̨̡̨̨̛̛̦̖̦̭̯̦̣̖̦̔̌̐̔̌̏́̚(̨̦̖̬̬̖̭̱̬̭̾̐) X X X X X X

ʿ̡̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̬̦̖̦̭̯̼̭̣̖̦̌̔̌̏̐̔̌̏́/̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̦̖̬̬̖̭̱̬̭̼̭̣̖̦̯̖̥̪̖̬̯̱̬̼̾̐̏̐̔̌̏́̌ X X X X X X
ˁ̬̖̔̌
ʽ̨̪̭̦̼̖̦̖̬̬̖̭̱̬̭̼̌̾̐(̡̨̛̛̭̣̯̼̯.̔.) X X X X X X
ʽ̨̨̨̖̭̭̖̬̖̦̦̼̖̱̣̖̬̼̍̐̏̔̔ X X X X X X
ʶ̨̨̨̛̭̣̼̖̱̣̖̬̼̐̏̔̔ X X X X X X
˃̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̱̣̖̬̭̯̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̐̔̌̌̌̚150̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̥̖̦̖̖̔̌24̨̜̥̔̀̏ X X
˃̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̱̣̖̬̭̯̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̐̔̌̌̌̚150̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̔̌24̨̨̛̜̥̣̖̖̔̀̏̍ X X
˃̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̱̣̖̬̭̯̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̐̔̌̌̌̚300̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̥̖̦̖̖̔̌24̨̜̥̔̀̏ X X
˃̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̱̣̖̬̭̯̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̐̔̌̌̌̚300̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̔̌24̨̨̛̜̥̣̖̖̔̀̏̍ X X
˃̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̱̣̖̬̭̯̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̐̔̌̌̌̚600̵̨̛̼̹̖̭̖̬̥̖̬̏̏̌̏̚ X X
ʺ̛̯̖̬̣̼̌̌ ˃̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̌̏̀̌̌̌̚150̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̔̌12̨̛̜̥̥̖̦̖̖̔̀̏ X X
˃̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̌̏̀̌̌̌̚150̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̔̌12̨̨̛̜̥̣̖̖̔̀̏̍ X X
˃̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̌̏̀̌̌̌̚300̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̥̖̦̖̖̔̌12̨̜̥̔̀̏ X X
˃̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̌̏̀̌̌̌̚300̨̛̥̖̯̬̥̔̌12̨̨̛̜̥̣̖̖̔̀̏̍ X X
˃̨̨̨̡̛̛̬̱̪̬̼̦̖̬̙̖̺̖̜̭̯̣̣̭̭̍̏̔̌̏̀̌̌̌̚600̵̨̛̼̹̖̭̖̬̥̖̬̏̏̌̏̚ X X
˃̨̛̖̬̭̪̣̦̼̖̥̯̖̬̣̼̏̔̌̏̌̌ X X
ʦ̨̨̨̨̛̛̬̺̺̖̖̭̥̹̦̦̖̬̱̦̖̌̌̀́̌̍̔̏̌ X X X X X
ˁ̨̭̱̼̔,̨̨̡̛̛̯̖̪̣̥̖̦̦̍,̛̬̖̖̬̱̬̼̯̏̌̚.̔.,̨̨̛̛̬̯̺̖̪̣̖̦̖̥̌̍̌̀̔̔̌̏(̨̨̨̱̣̖̬̼̐̏̔̔) X X X X X
ʽ̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌
ˁ̨̭̱̼̔,̨̨̡̛̛̯̖̪̣̥̖̦̦̍,̛̬̖̖̬̱̬̼̯̏̌̚.̔.,̨̨̛̛̬̯̺̖̪̣̖̦̖̥̌̍̌̀̔̔̌̏(̨̨̨̦̖̱̣̖̬̼̐̏̔̔) X X X X X

ʿˀʽʦʫˀʽˋʻˏʱʸʰˁ˃ʿʽʿˀʰʽˀʰ˃ʫ˃ʤʺͲʽʥˍʫˁ˃ˀʽʰ˃ʫʸːʻʤ˔ˋʤˁ˃ː
ʽ̸̴̸̨̨̨̡̨̛̯̖̯̪̬̖̱̣̯̯̥̯̪̬̖̭̜̽̌̌̐̌̚ ʿ̶̴̨̛̛̛̣̦̬̦̬̖̣̖̌̐̌̌̽̌̚/̪̣̦̌
ʰ̵̨̭̦̼̖̦̦̼̖̣̔̔̌̔́ ˁ̨̨̨̨̛̛̯̖̯̭̯̖̯̬̖̦̥̪̏̏̍̏̌́˃ʥ̛̪̬ ʿ̨̨̨̛̛̻̖̦̼̖̼̖̦̼̖̬̔̔̏̔̔̐̚̚/̛̬̜̦̼̖̌̏̌ ˁ̴̡̨̛̛̛̖̬̯̯̼̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̌̏/̡̛̛̣̭̯
ʽ̨̨̛̭̦̦̖̱̬̦̏̌̏́ ̡̛̭̻̖̥/̨̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦Ͳ̸̵̨̨̡̛̛̖̣̖̭̐̐ ʿ̸̡̣̦̱̭̯̌̌̌/̨̡̛̪̣̦̪̣̺̌̌̔ ̵̨̡̛̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̼̭̖̯̖̜̪̣̺̌̔/̪̣̦̌ ʯ̡̛̛̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̌́̏̌̌̌/̶̴̶̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̭̪̖̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̌̏
ʽ̛̛̪̭̦̖̌ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́/̸̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̼̖̬̭̖̯̼̌ ̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌ ̛̪̱̯ ̵̸̵̵̡̛̛̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̔̌
̨̨̛̯̖̯̭̯̖̦̦̭̯̏̏ ̡̛̛̼̭̦̜̌̚ ̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̭̯̬̜̺̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̌̍̐̏̌̚
ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌
˃̴̸̨̨̡̡̛̪̬̖̭̭̻̖̥̐̌̌́̌ X X X X
ʰ̨̦̙̖̦̖̬̦Ͳ̸̨̨̡̡̛̛̛̛̖̣̖̭̖̼̭̦̐̐̌́̚ X X X X X
ˀ̨̨̡̯̼̦̪̣̺̖̌̍̌̌̔(̨̨̛̬̖̥̖̦̦̼̖̪̭̯̦̦̼̖̏́) X X X X X X X
ʯ̨̨̡̛̖̥̣̦̼̖̬̯̼̬̯̦̭̼̪̬̱̦̯́̌̍̍̌̌́̌̌̐̌̚ X X X X x X x
˄̵̨̡̛̭̯̦̦̦̼̭̜̌̏̌̌̍̏̏̌/̵̨̡̛̱̭̯̦̦̼̭̜̌̏̌̌̍̏̏̌̚/̨̛̹̪̱̦̯̦̖̏̌ X X X X X X X
ʺ̴̨̡̨̨̨̛̦̯̙̱̦̥̖̦̯̥̖̣̣̙̖̦̌̔̌̌̐̌́̚ X X X X X X X
ˀ̨̯̼̌̍ ʺ̴̵̨̡̛̛̛̦̯̙̱̦̥̖̦̯̼̦̼̣̦̜̌̔̌̌̏̔/̵̨̡̨̨̥̦̯̙̦̖̬̦̼̣̯̌̌̍̏ X X X X X X X
ʿ̨̛̛̛̛̖̥̦̬̖̦̙̦̭̭̯̖̥̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̼̖̭̖̯̔̌́̔̌̌́̌̚ X X X X X X
ʸ̡̛̀/̨̨̡̛̛̛̣̦̖̼̖̯̭̯̜̦̏̏/̶̶̡̡̨̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̣̪̦̦̼̖̣̼̣̼̬̦̯̌̌̔̔̐̔̌̏ X X X X X X X
ʪ̴̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̭̣̯̬̦̖̐̌̌̽̏̌ X X X X X X
ʿ̡̨̛̛̛̬̱̼̦̪̯̖̣̔̌ X X X X X X X X
ʧ̨̨̨̬̱̪̻̖̥̦̼̖̬̯̼̔̌̍̚ X X X X X X
˄̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̡̛̛̛̭̯̬̜̭̯̬̙̖̦̪̬̣̦̜̭̖̯̏̐̌̔́̏̚ X X X X
ʻ̨̨̨̛̛̛̖̬̥̬̦̦̼̜̬̥̬̦̦̼̜̖̯̦̌̏̌̌̏̌̍ X X X
ʤ̨̡̬̥̯̱̬̦̼̜̪̬̱̯̌ X X X
ʿ̡̨̛̛̬̙̥̦̼̖̦̖̬̦̼̖̣̯̼̌̍/̨̣̯̼̍,̡̛̛̹̜̼̜̌̍̐̌ X X X X
ʶ̶̨̡̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̭̯̣̌́̌̽ X X X X
ʿ̨̡̛̬̼̯́ X X X X
ʺ̛̯̖̬̣̼̌̌
ˌ̨̛̪̱̦̯̼̖̭̏̏̌ X X X X
ˉ̨̖̥̖̦̯̦̼̜̬̭̯̬̌̏ X X X X
ʧ̨̨̡̨̛̛̖̥̖̥̬̦̣̪̬̱̦̪̯̖̣̖̜̍̌̌̔́̔̏̌ X X X X X
ˁ̨̛̯̬̯̖̣̦̼̖̣̖̭̽̌ X X X X X
ʧ̶̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̬̣̦̦̼̜̥̯̖̬̣̔́̌̌̚/̥̖̥̬̦̼̍̌/̡̛̛̖̬̥̖̯̐/̛̯.̔. X X X X X
ˁ̨̭̱̼̔/̨̨̡̛̛̯̖̪̣̥̖̦̦̍/̬̖̖̬̱̬̼̏̌̚ X X X X X
ʦ̨̨̨̛̬̺̺̖̖̭̬̱̦̖̌̌̀́̍̔̏̌/̨̦̭̭̼̌/̡̨̛̛̣̖̯̬̯̖̣̾̔̏̐̌ X X X X X
ʽ̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌
ʿ̶̨̛̛̭̯̦̔̌ X X X X X
ʧ̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̬̱̪̻̖̥̦̖̬̱̦̖̔̍̔̏̌̚ X X X X X
ʿˀʽʦʫˀʽˋʻˏʱʸʰˁ˃ʿʽʿˀʰʽˀʰ˃ʫ˃ʤʺͲʶʽʻˁ˃ˀ˄ʶˉʰʽʻʻˏʫˀʤʥʽ˃ˏ
ʰ̵̨̭̦̼̖̦̦̼̖̣̔̔̌̔́ ˑ̡̨̡̨̛̛̣̖̥̖̦̯̼̦̭̯̬̱̯̦̜̭̭̯̖̥̼̏Ͳ̨̺̖̖̍ ʽ̵̨̨̛̺̖̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̭̖̥̍̏̌ ˁ̨̨̨̨̛̛̯̖̯̭̯̖̯̬̖̦̥̪̏̏̍̏̌́˃ʥ̛̪̬ ˁ̴̡̨̛̛̛̖̬̯̯̼̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̌̏/̡̛̛̣̭̯
ʽ̨̨̛̭̦̦̖̱̬̦̏̌̏́ ʿ̸̡̣̦̱̭̯̌̌̌/̸̨̨̡̛̪̣̦̬̖̜̪̣̺̌̌̍̌̔ ʿ̴̣̦̱̦̥̖̦̯̌̔̌̌Ͳ̵̨̨̨̛̺̖̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̭̖̥̍̏̌ ʯ̡̛̛̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̌́̏̌̌̌/̶̴̶̡̨̛̛̛̛̛̭̪̖̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̌̏
ʽ̛̛̪̭̦̖̌ ̨̡̨̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌́/̸̛̦̙̖̦̖̬̦̼̖̬̭̖̯̼̌ ̵̨̨̛̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̭̖̥̏̌ ̨̨̨̨̯̬̱̪̬̍̏̔̏/ʽʦʶʦ/̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́ ̨̡̨̛̛̛̪̬̖̯̬̦̏̌ ̵̸̵̵̡̛̛̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̔̌
̨̨̛̯̖̯̭̯̖̦̦̭̯̏̏
ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌
ʯ̛̦̔̌́ X x X X X X
˃̡̨̛̬̱̦̼̖̭̯̼̥̭̯̼̍̾̌̌̔ X X X X X X X
ʶ̶̨̡̨̨̛̛̦̭̯̬̱̣̭̭̱̔́̔̏/̨̨̡̨̛̯̖̪̣̥̖̦̦̍̏/̨̬̖̖̬̱̬̏̌̏̚ X X X X X X X
ʶ̶̨̡̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̦̭̯̬̱̣̬̺̺̖̭̬̱̦̔́̏̌̌̀̐́̍̔̏̌́/̨̨̦̭̭̌̏/̡̨̛̣̖̯̬̯̖̣̖̜̾̔̏̐̌ X X X X X X X
ˑ̣̖̥̖̦̯
ʸ̸̛̛̖̭̯̦̦̼̖̥̬̹̌/̵̨̨̪̬̼̔/̸̨̨̡̛̛̬̖̪̣̺̌̍̌̔ X X X X X X
ˁ̶̨̛̛̪̖̣̦̼̖̭̯̬̯̖̣̦̼̖̣̖̭̌̽̽̌ X X X
ʸ̶̛̖̭̯̦̼,̛̛̛̪̖̬̣̬̱̖̣̖̥̖̦̯̼̌̔̐̾,̸̨̛̛̪̖̬̙̖̦̦̼̖̦̖̦̯̖̣̦̼̥̦̪̬̙̖̦̥̔̏̌̽̌́́̚ X X X X X
ʻ̨̨̨̛̛̛̖̬̥̬̦̦̼̜̬̥̬̦̦̼̜̖̯̦̌̏̌̌̏̌̍ X X X X
ʤ̨̡̬̥̯̱̬̦̼̜̪̬̱̯̌ X X X
ʥ̨̣̯̼,̡̛̛̹̜̼̜̌̍̐̌ X X X X
ʶ̶̨̡̨̛̦̭̯̬̱̦̦̭̯̣̌́̌̽ X X X
ˀ̡̡̛̛̖̹̖̯̬̖̪̖̙ X X X X
ʺ̛̯̖̬̣̼̌̌
ʽ̵̸̡̨̨̛̛̛̺̖̬̯̖̯̱̬̦̼̖̯̖̣̦̼̖̥̯̖̬̣̼̍̌̔̌̌ X X X X
ʽ̨̡̨̨̡̛̦̖̭̯̜̖̪̬̼̯̖̐ X X X
ʿ̨̡̛̬̼̯́ X X X
ˉ̨̖̥̖̦̯̦̼̜̬̭̯̬̌̏ X X X
ˁ̨̛̯̬̯̖̣̦̼̖̣̖̭̽̌ X X X
ˁ̨̭̱̼̔/̨̨̡̛̛̯̖̪̣̥̖̦̦̍/̬̖̖̬̱̬̼̏̌̚ X X X X X
ʦ̨̨̨̛̬̺̺̖̖̭̬̱̦̖̌̌̀́̍̔̏̌/̨̦̭̭̼̌/̡̨̛̛̣̖̯̬̯̖̣̾̔̏̐̌ X X X X X
ʽ̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌
ʿ̶̨̛̛̭̯̦̔̌ X X X X X
ʧ̨̨̨̨̨̨̛̬̱̪̻̖̥̦̖̬̱̦̖̔̍̔̏̌̚ X X X X X

ʿˀʽʦʫˀʽˋʻˏʱʸʰˁ˃ʿʽʿˀʰʽˀʰ˃ʫ˃ʤʺͲˑʸʫʶ˃ˀʰˋʫˁʶʤ˔ˋʤˁ˃ː
ʶ̶̨̡̛̦̭̯̬̱́
ˋ̛̖̬̯̖̙/̶̨̨̛̛̭̦̦̼̖̪̬̦̪̼̏ ʶ̸̨̨̛̣̖̼̖̦̣̦̖̜̦̼̖̀̏̔ ʸ̵̸̵̵̨̡̡̛̛̛̭̯̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̔̌/̶̴̶̡̛̛̛̭̪̖̌́ ˁ̸̸̨̨̛̬̦̼̖̖̬̯̖̙̍/̨̨̛̪̣̦̬̭̪̣̙̖̦̌̌́
ʽ̨̨̛̭̦̦̖̱̬̦̏̌̏́ ˁ̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̪̭̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́/̨̡̨̡̛̭̪̭̦̬̱̌̐̚ ʿ̸̶̡̨̨̡̛̛̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̌̍̔̌ ̛̖̥̣̖̦̌́̚̚/̨̛̛̥̣̦̖̺̯̼̌̚/̨̛̭̖̺̖̦̏́/̯̖̪ ˀ̨̨̨̛̭̪̬̖̖̣̯̖̣̦̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̌̔̽̏
ʽ̛̛̪̭̦̖̌ ̴̶̵̸̡̡̨̡̨̛̛̛̛̣̭̭̪̭̦̼̱̭̯̌̌̌̌̏ ̵̭̖̥̼/̵̨̨̛̦̣̦̖̜̦̼̖̭̖̥̼̔ ̨̛̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̏/̡̛̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̌́̏̌̌̌̌̚ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́/̨̡̡̛̯̬̭̭̬̖̣̌̏̌̌̍́
̨̨̛̯̖̯̭̯̖̦̦̭̯̏̏ ̨̡̛̣̭̪̱̯̦̌/̡̨̨̛̯̦̜̺̯̼̌̔̌̚
ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌
ʦ̨̡̨̛̼̭̖̦̪̬̙̖̦̖̌́ X X X X X X X
ʻ̡̨̛̛̖̦̪̬̙̖̦̖̌́̚ X X X X X X X
ʿ̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̦̖
ʰʥʿ/ʶ̸̡̨̡̨̛̛̛̬̯̖̭̖̣̖̯̬̭̦̙̖̦̖̾̌̍ X X X X X X X
ʽ̛̛̯̭̱̯̭̯̖̦̪̬̙̖̦̏̌́́(̛̖̥̣̖̦̖̌̚̚,̨̛̛̛̥̣̦̖̺̯̯̌̌̚.̔.) X X
ʶ̸̸̵̨̨̛̛̣̖̭̯̹̯̱̦̼̥̯̖̬̣̏̌̌̌̏ X X X X
ʺ̛̯̖̬̣̼̌̌
ʽ̸̵̨̛̛̛̪̭̦̹̯̱̦̼̥̯̖̬̣̌́̌̌̏ X X X X X X
ʿ̶̨̛̛̭̯̦̔̌ X X X X X X
ˀ̨̨̨̛̭̪̬̖̖̣̯̖̣̦̖̱̭̯̬̜̭̯̌̔̽̏ X X X X X X
ʽ̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌ ˀ̨̨̨̨̛̛̭̪̬̖̖̣̯̖̣̦̖̬̱̦̖̌̔̽̍̔̏̌(̴̨̨̯̬̦̭̬̥̯̬̼̌̌/̶̨̛̛̛̛̛̬̖̭̯̬̼̖̪̖̥̣̖̦̦̖̜̯̬̣̯̌́̌̚̚̚.
X X X X X X
̔.)
ʪ̴̶̨̨̨̨̡̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̬̱̖̬̱̦̖̭̖̦̯̦̦̼̥̦̥̖̬̥̐̍̔̏̌̔̌̌ X X X X X X X X

ʿˀʽʦʫˀʽˋʻˏʱʸʰˁ˃ʿʽʿˀʰʽˀʰ˃ʫ˃ʤʺͲʶʰʿ

ˁ˃̛ʶʰʿ/̨̛̛̛̪̬̬̼̱̪̬̣̖̦̍̌̏́ ʸ̵̸̵̵̨̡̡̛̛̛̭̯̯̖̦̖̭̦̦̼̔̌/̶̴̶̡̛̛̛̭̪̖̌́
ʿ̸̖̬̖̖̦̽ʶʰʿ/̵̨̨̙̱̬̦̣̌̏̔̏Ͳ ˁ̵̸̨̡̛̖̥̪̣̖̦̌̔̀́/̨̨̛̪̣̦̬̭̪̣̙̖̦̌̌́
ʽ̨̨̛̭̦̦̖̱̬̦̏̌̏́ ʶʰʿ/̶̨̨̛̛̛̭̦̦̼̖̪̬̦̪̼̭̭̯̖̥̼̏ ʿ̸̨̛̛̬̦̦Ͳ̛̭̣̖̭̯̖̦̦̬̥̥̔̏̌́̔̌̐̌̌ ʿ̸̶̡̨̨̡̛̛̖̯̬̖̜̱̥̖̦̯̌̌̍̔̌ ̨̛̥̯̖̬̣̌̌̏/̡̛̦̥̯̖̬̣̼̌́̏̌̌̌̌̚ ʶ̨̡̖̣̦̣̌̍̽̌́̍Ͳ̵̭̖̥̌ ʶ̸̨̛̦̯̱̬̦̼̖̖̬̯̖̙
ʽ̛̛̪̭̦̖̌ ̵̨̨̼̏̔̏/̨̡̨̨̨̛̛̭̪̭̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́ ̨̨̨̛̬̱̦̍̔̏̌́/̨̡̡̛̯̬̭̭̬̖̣̌̏̌̌̍́
̨̨̛̯̖̯̭̯̖̦̦̭̯̏̏ ̶̨̨̨̨̛̛̛̛̛̪̙̬̦̜̜̭̦̣̌̐̌̏̐̌̌̚̚ (ʿ̸̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̌:̴̨̡̡̛̛̪̬̖̬̭̖̬̯̯̏̌̌̌)

ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌ ʥ̨̡̼̭̯̬̪̬̖̬̌́̏̌ ʪ̨̡̖̯̣̦̪̬̖̬̌̽̌́̏̌
ˁ̛̖̬̦̭̯̭̬̖̌́̔̌ X X X X X X X
ʥ̨̖̪̭̦̭̬̖̌̌́̔̌̚ X X X X X X X
ʿ̛̛̬̥̖̦̖̦̖ ˁ̨̨̨̨̛̛̭̯̖̥̼̬̜̦̭̯̦̌̏̌̐̌̏̌(ˁʤʽ) X X X X X X X X
˄̛̪̬̣̖̦̖̌̏ X X X X X X X X
ʰ̶̡̨̛̛̦̪̥̖̭̯̱̔̌́ X X X X X
ʶ̸̸̵̨̨̛̛̣̖̭̯̹̯̱̦̼̥̯̖̬̣̏̌̌̌̏ X X X
ʺ̛̯̖̬̣̼̌̌
ʽ̸̵̨̛̛̛̪̭̦̹̯̱̦̼̥̯̖̬̣̌́̌̌̏ X X X X
ʶʰʿ X X X X X
ʽ̨̨̛̬̱̦̖̍̔̏̌
ˁ̛̛̭̯̖̥̼̱̪̬̣̖̦̌̏́ X X X X
Constructability VIP Workshop for Small Projects
Tool Instructions

,NOTE: For the purposes of the Small Projects System (SPS), the term “Small Projects” is used to define sub GO36 projectsԼ
which are less than $50 million U.S. CAPEX CVX share. Individual OPCO’s set expectations for planning and executing sub
GO36 projects. See your OPCO (BU) expectations
1. This document has the following sections:
¾ Instructions
¾ Constructability VIP Agenda Template
¾ Constructability VIP Documentation Worksheets
¾ Constructability Checklist Worksheets
2. All text in orange should be edited to reflect project specific information.
3. All text in blue provides information/instruction and can be deleted as desired.
4. This template is only a guide. Project teams should determine which Constructability VIP Workshop components are
applicable and add value to their particular project based on the cost and complexity of their project. In addition, BU
leadership may have certain expectations as to what deliverables should be produced as part of the Constructability VIP
Workshop process. The project may also be of sufficient size or complexity that the team may wish to use the standard
Constructability VIP Workshop format and tools (i.e. for Major Capital Projects, not the small projects version).
5. The facilitator should be someone who is familiar with the process intent and tools. The facilitator should preferably be from
outside the work team, especially for more complex projects or projects which will use IPA to assess FEL readiness. The BU
CSOC Champion or Small Projects System contact at site might be a resource in securing a facilitator. The facilitator should
call an experienced CPDEP practitioner (e.g. PRC or other) to discuss any areas where questions remain on the process or tool
application.
6. The project manager and facilitator (if different) should edit the agenda (including durations and time) and the meeting
documentation template to reflect the Constructability VIP Workshop components to be addressed. For workshops more than 3-
4 hours long, it may be less disruptive to daily responsibilities if the workshop is split into several hour chunks over a few days.

7. It is always helpful if attendees have a seen the work site, either in person or through pictures. If possible, arrange for the
attendees to visit the work site in advance of the session. If that is not possible, arrange for digital photographs to be taken in
advance and shown during the session.
8. Reference the Constructability Checklist worksheets for a list of thought provoking topics to consider during the workshop.
Alternatively, the team may choose to use only the Constructability Checklist worksheets during the workshop.

5-A4-Constructability Checklist- PH3 (E) rev- 1-Jul-2013.xlsx


ɉɪɢɦɟɧɟɧɢɟ ɦɟɬɨɞɨɜ ɩɨ ɩɨɜɵɲɟɧɢɸ ɷɮɮɟɤɬɢɜɧɨɫɬɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ
ɋɟɦɢɧɚɪ ɩɨ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɭ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ ɦɚɥɵɯ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ
ɂɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢ ɩɨ ɩɪɢɦɟɧɟɧɢɸ ɢɧɫɬɪɭɦɟɧɬɚ

ɉɊɂɆȿɑȺɇɂȿ: ȼ ɤɨɧɬɟɤɫɬɟ ɫɢɫɬɟɦɵ ɦɚɥɵɯ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ (ɋɆɉ) ɬɟɪɦɢɧ "ɦɚɥɵɟ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɵ" ɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɭɟɬɫɹ ɞɥɹ ɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɢɹ ɩɨɞɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ,
ɮɢɧɚɧɫɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɟ ɤɨɬɨɪɵɯ ɡɚɩɪɚɲɢɜɚɟɬɫɹ ɤɨɪɩɨɪɚɬɢɜɧɨɣ ɮɨɪɦɨɣ GO36, ɫɬɨɢɦɨɫɬɶɸ ɦɟɧɟɟ 50 ɦɥɧ ɞɨɥɥɚɪɨɜ ɋɒȺ ɤɚɩɢɬɚɥɶɧɵɯ ɡɚɬɪɚɬ ɞɨɥɢ
ɤɨɦɩɚɧɢɢ "ɒɟɜɪɨɧ". Ɉɬɞɟɥɶɧɵɟ ɤɨɦɩɚɧɢɢ-ɨɩɟɪɚɬɨɪɵ ɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɹɸɬ ɫɜɨɢ ɨɠɢɞɚɟɦɵɟ ɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵ ɩɨ ɩɥɚɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɸ ɢ ɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ
ɢɡ ɤɚɬɟɝɨɪɢɢ ɮɨɪɦ GO36. ɋɦ. ɨɠɢɞɚɟɦɵɟ ɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵ ɜɚɲɟɣ ɤɨɦɩɚɧɢɢ-ɨɩɟɪɚɬɨɪɚ (ɩɨɞɪɚɡɞɟɥɟɧɢɹ).
1. ɇɚɫɬɨɹɳɢɣ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬ ɫɨɫɬɨɢɬ ɢɡ ɫɥɟɞɭɸɳɢɯ ɪɚɡɞɟɥɨɜ:
¾ ɂɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢ
¾ ɋɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɧɚɹ ɮɨɪɦɚ ɩɨɜɟɫɬɤɢ ɞɧɹ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɩɨ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɭ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɜ ɪɚɦɤɚɯ ɩɪɨɰɟɫɫɚ ɩɪɢɦɟɧɟɧɢɹ
ɦɟɬɨɞɨɜ ɩɨ ɩɨɜɵɲɟɧɢɸ ɷɮɮɟɤɬɢɜɧɨɫɬɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ (Ɇɉɗɉ)
¾ Ɋɚɛɨɱɢɟ ɬɚɛɥɢɰɵ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ ɩɨ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɭ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ ɜ ɪɚɦɤɚɯ ɩɪɨɰɟɫɫɚ ɩɪɢɦɟɧɟɧɢɹ Ɇɉɗɉ
¾ Ɋɚɛɨɱɢɟ ɬɚɛɥɢɰɵ ɩɨ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɨɦɭ ɥɢɫɬɭ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɚ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ
2. ȼɟɫɶ ɬɟɤɫɬ, ɨɤɪɚɲɟɧɧɵɣ ɜ ɨɪɚɧɠɟɜɵɣ ɰɜɟɬ, ɫɥɟɞɭɟɬ ɨɬɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɬɶ ɜ ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɢ ɫ ɤɨɧɤɪɟɬɧɨɣ ɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɟɣ ɩɨ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ.
3. ȼɟɫɶ ɬɟɤɫɬ, ɨɤɪɚɲɟɧɧɵɣ ɜ ɫɢɧɢɣ ɰɜɟɬ, ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɹɟɬ ɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɸ (ɢɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢ), ɤɨɬɨɪɵɟ ɦɨɝɭɬ ɛɵɬɶ, ɩɪɢ ɠɟɥɚɧɢɢ, ɭɞɚɥɟɧɵ.
4. ɇɚɫɬɨɹɳɚɹ ɮɨɪɦɚ ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɹɟɬ ɫɨɛɨɣ ɥɢɲɶ ɪɭɤɨɜɨɞɫɬɜɨ. ɉɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɟ ɝɪɭɩɩɵ ɞɨɥɠɧɵ ɫɚɦɢ ɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɢɬɶ, ɜ ɡɚɜɢɫɢɦɨɫɬɢ ɨɬ ɫɬɨɢɦɨɫɬɢ ɢ
ɫɥɨɠɧɨɫɬɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ, ɤɚɤɢɟ ɤɨɦɩɨɧɟɧɬɵ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɩɨ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɭ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ ɩɨɞɯɨɞɹɬ ɞɥɹ ɢɯ ɤɨɧɤɪɟɬɧɵɯ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ ɢ
ɩɨɜɵɲɚɸɬ ɢɯ ɰɟɧɧɨɫɬɶ. Ʉɪɨɦɟ ɬɨɝɨ, ɜɨɡɦɨɠɧɨ, ɱɬɨ ɭ ɪɭɤɨɜɨɞɫɬɜɚ ɩɨɞɪɚɡɞɟɥɟɧɢɹ ɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ ɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɟ ɨɠɢɞɚɧɢɹ ɨɬɧɨɫɢɬɟɥɶɧɨ ɬɨɝɨ,
ɤɚɤɢɟ ɢɬɨɝɨɜɵɟ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɵ ɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨ ɫɨɫɬɚɜɢɬɶ ɜ ɩɪɨɰɟɫɫɟ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɚ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ. ɉɪɨɟɤɬɧɚɹ ɝɪɭɩɩɚ ɦɨɠɟɬ
ɬɚɤɠɟ, ɜ ɡɚɜɢɫɢɦɨɫɬɢ ɨɬ ɨɛɴɟɦɚ ɢ ɫɥɨɠɧɨɫɬɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ, ɜɵɛɪɚɬɶ ɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɧɭɸ ɮɨɪɦɭ ɢ ɢɧɫɬɪɭɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ ɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɹ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɩɨ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɭ
ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ, ɤɨɬɨɪɵɟ ɩɨɞɯɨɞɹɬ ɷɬɨɦɭ ɤɨɧɤɪɟɬɧɨɦɭ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ (ɬ.ɟ. ɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɬɶ ɜɟɪɫɢɸ, ɩɪɟɞɥɚɝɚɟɦɭɸ ɞɥɹ ɤɪɭɩɧɵɯ
ɤɚɩɢɬɚɥɶɧɵɯ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ, ɚ ɧɟ ɮɨɪɦɭ, ɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɭɟɦɭɸ ɞɥɹ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɚ ɦɚɥɵɯ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɜ).

5. ȼɟɞɭɳɢɣ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɞɨɥɠɟɧ ɛɵɬɶ ɡɧɚɤɨɦ ɫ ɡɚɞɚɱɟɣ ɢ ɢɧɫɬɪɭɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɟɦ ɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɹ ɩɨɞɨɛɧɵɯ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɨɜ. Ⱦɥɹ ɜɟɞɟɧɢɹ ɬɚɤɨɝɨ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɩɨ
ɛɨɥɟɟ ɫɥɨɠɧɵɦ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɦ ɢɥɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɦ, ɞɥɹ ɨɰɟɧɤɢ ɢɧɞɟɤɫɚ ɷɫɤɢɡɧɨɝɨ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ ɤɨɬɨɪɵɯ ɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɚ ɛɭɞɟɬ ɩɨɦɨɳɶ ɤɨɦɩɚɧɢɢ IPA,
ɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣ ɝɪɭɩɩɟ ɫɥɟɞɭɟɬ ɩɪɢɝɥɚɲɚɬɶ ɜɟɞɭɳɟɝɨ, ɧɟ ɜɯɨɞɹɳɟɝɨ ɜ ɟɟ ɫɨɫɬɚɜ. ȼ ɷɬɨɣ ɪɨɥɢ ɦɨɠɟɬ ɜɵɫɬɭɩɚɬɶ ɷɤɫɩɟɪɬ ɩɨ ɈȼɍɄ ɞɚɧɧɨɝɨ
ɩɨɞɪɚɡɞɟɥɟɧɢɹ ɢɥɢ ɥɢɰɨ, ɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɭɸɳɟɟɫɹ ɩɨ ɦɚɥɵɦ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɦ, ɤɨɬɨɪɨɟ ɧɚɯɨɞɢɬɫɹ ɧɚ ɦɟɫɬɟ ɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹ ɪɚɛɨɬ. Ⱦɥɹ ɨɛɫɭɠɞɟɧɢɹ
ɥɸɛɵɯ ɚɫɩɟɤɬɨɜ ɩɪɨɰɟɫɫɚ ɢɥɢ ɫɪɟɞɫɬɜ ɟɝɨ ɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹ, ɜ ɨɬɧɨɲɟɧɢɢ ɤɨɬɨɪɵɯ ɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ ɧɟɹɫɧɨɫɬɢ, ɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭ ɫɥɟɞɭɟɬ ɨɛɪɚɳɚɬɶɫɹ ɤ
ɨɩɵɬɧɨɦɭ ɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɫɬɭ ɩɨ ɜɨɩɪɨɫɚɦ CPDEP (ɧɚɩɪɢɦɟɪ, ɢɡ ɤɨɦɩɚɧɢɢ PRC ɢɥɢ ɤɚɤɨɣ-ɥɢɛɨ ɞɪɭɝɨɣ ɤɨɦɩɚɧɢɢ).

6. Ɇɟɧɟɞɠɟɪɭ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɢɥɢ ɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭ (ɟɫɥɢ ɷɬɨ ɞɪɭɝɨɟ ɥɢɰɨ) ɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨ ɨɬɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɬɶ ɩɨɜɟɫɬɤɭ ɞɧɹ (ɜɤɥɸɱɚɹ ɜɪɟɦɟɧɧɵɟ ɪɚɦɤɢ ɢ
ɩɪɨɞɨɥɠɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɫɬɶ ɜɫɟɝɨ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ) ɢ ɮɨɪɦɭ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ ɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹ ɬɚɤɢɦ ɨɛɪɚɡɨɦ, ɱɬɨɛɵ ɨɧɢ ɨɬɪɚɠɚɥɢ ɬɟ ɤɨɦɩɨɧɟɧɬɵ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ
ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ, ɤɨɬɨɪɵɟ ɛɭɞɭɬ ɩɪɨɚɧɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɜ ɯɨɞɟ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ. Ⱦɥɹ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɨɜ ɩɪɨɞɨɥɠɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɫɬɶɸ ɛɨɥɟɟ 3-4 ɱɚɫɨɜ, ɜɨɡɦɨɠɧɨ,
ɛɭɞɟɬ ɛɨɥɟɟ ɪɚɰɢɨɧɚɥɶɧɵɦ, ɟɫɥɢ ɜɫɟ ɜɪɟɦɹ ɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹ ɪɚɡɞɟɥɢɬɶ ɧɚ ɧɟɫɤɨɥɶɤɨ ɞɧɟɣ, ɞɥɹ ɬɨɝɨ ɱɬɨɛɵ ɦɟɧɶɲɟ ɨɬɪɵɜɚɬɶɫɹ ɨɬ ɩɨɜɫɟɞɧɟɜɧɵɯ
ɨɛɹɡɚɧɧɨɫɬɟɣ.
7. ɉɨɥɟɡɧɵɦ ɜɫɟɝɞɚ ɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹ ɡɧɚɤɨɦɫɬɜɨ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɨɜ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɫ ɦɟɫɬɨɦ ɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɹ ɪɚɛɨɬ, ɥɢɛɨ ɱɟɪɟɡ ɧɟɩɨɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɟɧɧɵɣ ɨɫɦɨɬɪ ɪɚɛɨɱɟɣ
ɩɥɨɳɚɞɤɢ, ɥɢɛɨ ɩɨ ɮɨɬɨɝɪɚɮɢɹɦ. ɉɨ ɜɨɡɦɨɠɧɨɫɬɢ, ɞɨ ɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɹ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɭɣɬɟ ɞɥɹ ɟɝɨ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɨɜ ɩɨɫɟɳɟɧɢɟ ɦɟɫɬɚ
ɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹ ɪɚɛɨɬ. ȿɫɥɢ ɷɬɨ ɫɞɟɥɚɬɶ ɧɟɜɨɡɦɨɠɧɨ, ɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɶɬɟ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɩɪɟɞɜɚɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɨ ɫɧɹɬɵɟ ɮɨɬɨɝɪɚɮɢɢ ɦɟɫɬɚ
ɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɹ ɪɚɛɨɬ.
8. ɉɪɢ ɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɢ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɭɣɬɟ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟ ɥɢɫɬɵ ɩɨ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɭ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ, ɩɪɟɞɥɚɝɚɸɳɢɟ ɬɟɦɵ ɞɥɹ
ɪɚɡɦɵɲɥɟɧɢɹ ɢ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɚ. Ⱦɥɹ ɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɹ ɫɟɦɢɧɚɪɚ ɪɚɛɨɱɚɹ ɝɪɭɩɩɚ, ɜ ɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɟ ɚɥɶɬɟɪɧɚɬɢɜɵ, ɦɨɠɟɬ ɨɝɪɚɧɢɱɢɬɶɫɹ ɬɨɥɶɤɨ ɨɬɜɟɬɚɦɢ ɧɚ
ɜɨɩɪɨɫɵ, ɩɪɟɞɥɨɠɟɧɧɵɦɢ ɜ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɯ ɥɢɫɬɚɯ ɩɨ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɭ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ.
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MECHANICAL

Project Title
Project Number Phase
Location Date
Chief Mechanical Engineer Lead Mechanical Engineer

ADM I NI ST R AT IO N AU DIT – C H EC K L I ST

1. Project Induction – key discipline personnel inducted


a. Project drivers available to team Yes No
b. Project protocols established Yes No
c. Lines of communication established Yes No
Brief Comment :
a.
b

c.
2. Discipline Personnel Inductions
a. Team members clear on scope Yes No
b. Team members clear on project drivers Yes No
c. Team members clear on project organization and structure
Yes No
d. Team members clear on confidentiality requirements
Yes No
e. Regular meetings held Yes No
f. Team members familiar with Contractors Standards/software
Yes No
g. Team members aware of any project-specific requirements
Yes No
Brief Comment :
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.
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f.

g.
3. Review of Project Documents
a. Project Design Basis (BoD) Yes No
b. Specifications & Standards Yes No
c. Relevant Input Data available Yes No
d. Project Execution Plan (PEP) - relevant discipline information incorporated
Yes No
e. WBS Yes No
f. Deliverable List Available and Approved by Customer
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.

f.
4. Team members assigned deliverables
Yes No
Brief Comments:

5. Project schedule available


Yes No
Brief Comment:

6. Team members clear on goals


Yes No
Brief Comment:

7. Project progress and productivity curves available to Discipline Lead


Yes No
Brief Comment:

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8. Appropriate Document Templates available to team members


Yes No
Brief Comment:

9. Relevant team members have received adequate training in project Document/Data Management,
progress reporting, materials managemrnt system (e.g. In-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart
Plant Materials)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

10. Relevant team members have received adequate training in customer or project-specific systems
(e.g. SAP, SharePoint Website)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

11. Discipline Filing system (Hard copy) - Master Files


1. Specifications
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
2. Technical Reports
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
3. Calculations
x Look for use of unapproved software or spreadsheets and check that the software/spreadsheet
has been verified per the Software Verification Procedure (MEP-0004)
a. List of calculations in file Yes No
b. Calculation Procedure followed Yes No
c. Level of Checking defined by Lead
Yes No
Brief Comments:
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a.

b.

c.
4. Electronic Filing system
a. As per project filing structure Yes No
b. File listing available Yes No
c. Current data files clearly available Yes No
d. Superseded files labelled Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.

d.
5. Drawing Master File
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.
6. Drawing History File
a. Check Prints included Yes No
b. Stamped superseded Yes No
c. Comments incorporated Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
7. Review of Disaster Recovery
a. Data files on network Yes No
b. Data files on local drives Yes No
c. Back-up system in place Yes No
d. Overwrite safeguards in place Yes No

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Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.

T ECH NI C AL R E V I EW – CH E CK LI ST

This technical review is aimed at verifying that key technical decisions are sound and that the quality and
integrity of the design is being addressed in a consistent and comprehensive manner. It also aims to identify
areas lacking in detail or missing from the scope that should be included. It does not intend to be a detailed
technical check of the design.
Before undertaking the technical review the reviewer is to obtain an understanding of the key project drivers (e.g.
quality, schedule, cost, copy of previous) and implementation strategy (e.g. constructor produces MTOs), as this
will influence the extent of information within the deliverables and the deliverables list for the project in general
1. Review Design Criteria
Functional requirements, applicable codes/standards/regulations etc.
Brief Comments:

2. Review of Deliverables – In the following Order


a. BoD Yes No
b. Design Criteria Yes No
b. Design Criteria & PFD (if applicable) Yes No
c. Studies Yes No
d. Calculations Yes No
(Line size/pipe wall, hydraulic, Pipe Stress, Relief valve sizing etc.)
e. Equipment Specifications and Data Sheets Yes No
(Pumps, Compressors, Heat Exchangers, Vessels, Tanks, Relief Valves, Piping
and Valves, Piping and tie-in lists etc.)
f. Scope of Work Yes No
g. Material or Service Requisitions Yes No
h. Technical Bid Evaluation Yes No
i. Supplier Data Review Yes No
j. Static Equipment Yes No
k. Rotating Equipment Yes No
l. Mechanical Equipment Packages Yes No
m. Material Handling Equipment Yes No

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n. HVAC Yes No
o. Constructability Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
g.

h.

i.
j.

k.

l.

m.

n.

o.
3. Calculations
a. In correct format Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data, verified Yes No
c. Assumptions verified Yes No
d. Methodology verified Yes No
e. Results/Conclusions verified Yes No
f. Interaction with Other Disciplines vedified Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.

d.

e.

f.

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4. Specifications
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Are relevant customer specifications available? Yes No
c. Source and Status of Input Data Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
5. Review of Software Studies
Backup hand calculation in place Yes No
Brief Comments

6. Review of Reports
a. Design report lists relevant calculations Yes No
b. Purpose of report stated Yes No
c. Basis and assumptions stated Yes No
d. Conclusions stated Yes No
e. Relationship of precedent / dependent reports documented
Yes No
f. Other (Explain) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d.

e.

f.

7. Review of Drawings
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data Good? Yes No
c. Interactions with Other Disciplines Yes No
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d. Level of Detail Required Yes No


e. Drawing Quality Good? Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

PIPING

Project Title
Project Number Phase
Location Date
Chief Piping Engineer Lead Piping Engineer

ADM I NI ST R AT IO N AU DIT – C H EC K L I ST

12. Project Induction – key discipline personnel inducted


a. Project drivers available to team Yes No
b. Project protocols established Yes No
c. Lines of communication established Yes No
Brief Comment:
a.

b.

c.
13. Discipline Personnel Inductions
a. Team members clear on scope Yes No
b. Team members clear on project drivers Yes No
c. Team members clear on project organization and structure
Yes No
d. Team members clear on confidentiality requirements
Yes No
e. Regular meetings held Yes No
f. Team members familiar with Contractors Standards/Software
Yes No
g. Team members aware of any project-specific requirements
Yes No
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Brief Comment:
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.

f.

g.
14. Review of Project Documents
a. Project Design Basis (BoD) Yes No
b. Specifications Yes No
c. Relevant Input Data available Yes No
d. Project Execution Plan (PEP) - relevant discipline information incorporated
Yes No
e. 2D / 3D Execution Plan & Set-up Yes No
f. WBS Yes No
g. Deliverable List Available and Approved by Customer
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.

f.

g.
15. Deliverables Format
a. Format Finalized Yes No
b. Hand Over to Customer Requirements Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.
16. Team members assigned deliverables
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Yes No
Brief Comments:

17. Project schedule available


Yes No
Brief Comment:

18. Team members clear on goals


Yes No
Brief Comment:

19. Project progress and productivity curves available to Discipline Lead


Yes No
Brief Comment:

20. Appropriate Document Templates available to team members


Yes No
Brief Comment:

21. Relevant team members have received adequate training in project Document/Data Management,
progress reporting, materials management system (e.g. In-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart
Plant Materials)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

22. Relevant team members have received adequate training in customer or project-specific systems
(e.g. SAP, SharePoint Website)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

23. Job Notes


a. Standard Details Yes No
b. Project Specific Job Book / Notes Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
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b.
24. Discipline Filing system (Hard copy) - General
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
25. Technical Reports
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
26. Calculations
x Look for use of unapproved software or spreadsheets and check that the software/spreadsheet
has been verified per the Software Verification Procedure (MEP-0004)
a. List of calculations in file Yes No
b. Calculation Procedure followed Yes No
c. Level of Checking defined by Lead
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.

c.
27. Electronic Filing system
a. As per project filing structure Yes No
b. File listing available Yes No
c. Current data files clearly available Yes No
d. Superseded files labeled Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.

c.

d.
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28. Drawing Master File


a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
c. Standard Checking colors used (refer to EPP-0035) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

29. Drawing History File


a. Check Prints included Yes No
b. Stamped superseded Yes No
c. Comments incorporated Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.
30. Review of Disaster Recovery
a. Data files on network Yes No
b. Data files on local drives Yes No
c. Back-up system in place Yes No
d. Overwrite safeguards in place Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d.
31. 3D Model Set Up Review
a. Review 3D Execution Plan Yes No
b. Review RDB Setup Yes No
c. Review Model Partition (WBS) Yes No
d. Review 3D Model Review Procedure / Plan Yes No
Brief Comments:

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a.

b.

c.

d.
32. Material Engineering
a. Scope Yes No
b. Line Classes / WT Calculations Yes No
c. SP Items List Yes No
d. Valve Data Sheets Yes No
e. Technical Bid Evaluations Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.

c.

d.

e.
33. Stress Analysis
a. Scope Yes No
b. Stress Criteria Yes No
c. Manual Calculations Yes No
d. Stress Critical Line List Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.

d.
34. Review of Material Control Plan / Procedures
a. Scope Yes No
b. Material Catalogue Yes No
c. Take-off Philosophies Yes No
d. Input Requirements to Procedure Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
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ELECTRICAL

Project Title

Project Number Phase


Location Date
Chief Electrical Engineer Lead Electrical Engineer

ADM I NI ST R AT IO N AU DIT – C H EC K L I ST

35. Project Induction – key discipline personnel inducted


a. Project drivers available to team Yes No
b. Project protocols established Yes No
c. Lines of communication established Yes No
Brief Comment:
a.

b.

c.
36. Discipline Personnel Inductions
a. Team members clear on scope Yes No
b. Team members clear on project drivers Yes No
c. Team members clear on project organization and structure
Yes No
d. Team members clear on confidentiality requirements
Yes No
e. Regular meetings held Yes No
f. Team members familiar with Contractors Standards/Software
Yes No
g. Team members aware of any project-specific requirements
Yes No
Brief Comment:
a.

b.

c.
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d.

e.

f.

g.
37. Review of Project Documents
a. Project Design Basis (BoD) Yes No
b. Specifications Yes No
c. Relevant Input Data available Yes No
d. Project Execution Plan (PEP) - relevant discipline information incorporated
Yes No
e. WBS Yes No
f. Deliverable List Available and Approved by Customer
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.

d.

e.
f.
38. Team members assigned deliverables
Yes No
Brief Comments:

39. Project schedule available


Yes No
Brief Comment:

40. Team members clear on goals


Yes No
Brief Comment:

41. Project progress and productivity curves available to Discipline Lead


Yes No
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Brief Comment:

42. Appropriate Document Templates available to team members


Yes No
Brief Comment:

43. Relevant team members have received adequate training in project Document/Data Management,
progress reporting, materials management system (e.g. In-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart
Plant Materials)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

44. Relevant team members have received adequate training in customer or project-specific systems
(e.g. SAP, SharePoint Website)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

45. Discipline Filing system (Hard copy) - Master Files


8. Specifications
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
9. Technical Reports
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
10. Calculations
x Look for use of unapproved software or spreadsheets and check that the software/spreadsheet
has been verified per the Software Verification Procedure
a. List of calculations in file Yes No
b. Calculation Procedure followed Yes No

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c. Level of Checking defined by Lead


Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
11. Electronic Filing system
a. As per project filing structure Yes No
b. File listing available Yes No
c. Current data files clearly available Yes No
d. Superseded files labeled Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d.
12. Drawing Master File
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
13. Drawing History File
a. Check Prints included Yes No
b. Stamped superseded Yes No
c. Comments incorporated Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.
14. Review of Disaster Recovery
a. Data files on network Yes No
b. Data files on local drives Yes No
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c. Back-up system in place Yes No


d. Overwrite safeguards in place Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d. Are there overwrite safeguards in place?

T ECH NI C AL R E V I EW – CH E CK LI ST

This technical review is aimed at verifying that key technical decisions are sound and that the quality and
integrity of the design is being addressed in a consistent and comprehensive manner. It also aims to identify
areas lacking in detail or missing from the scope that should be included. It does not intend to be a detailed
technical check of the design.
Before undertaking the technical review the reviewer is to obtain an understanding of the key project drivers (e.g.
quality, schedule, cost, copy of previous) and implementation strategy (e.g. constructor produces MTOs), as this
will influence the extent of information within the deliverables and the deliverables list for the project in general
8. Review Electrical Design Criteria
Brief Comments:

9. Review of Electrical Deliverables – In the following Order


a. BoD Yes No
b. Design Criteria Yes No
c. Load Studies Yes No
d. Calculations Yes No
e. Specifications Yes No
f. SLD and Data Sheets Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.

f.
10. Calculations
a. In correct format Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data, verified Yes No
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c. Assumptions verified Yes No


d. Methodology verified Yes No
e. Results/Conclusions verified Yes No
f. Interaction with Other Disciplines verified Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.
f.
11. Specifications
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Are relevant customer specifications available? Yes No
c. Source and Status of Input Data Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
12. Review of Electrical Drawings
Check drawings against Studies and Calculations on Key Single Line Diagrams
a. Current ratings correct Yes No
b. Voltage selections correct Yes No
c. Prospective short circuit levels correct Yes No
d. Other verified correct, identify Yes No
e. Check protection against criteria and specifications
Yes No
f. Check Linkages for Hazardous areas – Philosophy Yes No
g. Design Report Yes No
h. Schedule Yes No
i. Drawings Yes No
(Site Plan, SLD’s, Elementary Diagrams, Schedules for panel boards, fixtures, conduit/cable etc.)
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Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.

f.

g.
h.

i.
13. Review of Software Studies
Backup hand calculation in place Yes No
Brief Comments

14. Review of Reports


a. Design report lists relevant calculations Yes No
b. Purpose of report stated Yes No
c. Basis and assumptions stated Yes No
d. Conclusions stated Yes No
e. Relationship of precedent / dependent reports documented
Yes No
f. Other (Explain) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
15. Review of Drawings
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data Good? Yes No
c. Interactions with Other Disciplines Yes No
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d. Level of Detail Required Yes No


e. Drawing Quality Good? Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

INSTRUMENT

Project Title
Project Number Phase
Location Date
Chief Instrument Engineer Lead Instrument Engineer

ADM I NI ST R AT IO N AU DIT – C H EC K L I ST

46. Project Induction – key discipline personnel inducted


a. Project drivers available to team Yes No
b. Project protocols established Yes No
c. Lines of communication established Yes No
Brief Comment:
a.

b.
c.
47. Discipline Personnel Inductions
a. Team members clear on scope Yes No
b. Team members clear on project drivers Yes No
c. Team members clear on project organization and structure
Yes No
d. Team members clear on confidentiality requirements
Yes No
e. Regular meetings held Yes No
f. Team members familiar with Contractors Standards/Software
Yes No
g. Team members aware of any project-specific requirements
Yes No
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Brief Comment:
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.

f.

g.
48. Review of Project Documents
a. Project Design Basis (BoD) Yes No
b. Specifications Yes No
c. Relevant Input Data available Yes No
d. Project Execution Plan (PEP) - relevant discipline information incorporated
Yes No
e. WBS Yes No
f. Deliverable List Available and Approved by Customer
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.

c.

d.
e.

f.
49. Team members assigned deliverables
Yes No
Brief Comments:

50. Project schedule available


Yes No
Brief Comment:

51. Team members clear on goals

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Yes No
Brief Comment:

52. Project progress and productivity curves available to Discipline Lead


Yes No
Brief Comment:

53. Appropriate Document Templates available to team members


Yes No
Brief Comment:

54. Relevant team members have received adequate training in project Document/Data Management,
progress reporting, materials management system (e.g. In-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart
Plant Materials)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

55. Relevant team members have received adequate training in customer or project-specific systems
(e.g. SAP, SharePoint Website)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

56. Discipline Filing system (Hard copy) - Master Files


15. Specifications
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
16. Technical Reports
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
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17. Calculations
x Look for use of unapproved software or spreadsheets and check that the software/spreadsheet
has been verified per the Software Verification Procedure (MEP-0004)
a. List of calculations in file Yes No
b. Calculation Procedure followed Yes No
c. Level of Checking defined by Lead
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
18. Electronic Filing system
a. As per project filing structure Yes No
b. File listing available Yes No
c. Current data files clearly available Yes No
d. Superseded files labeled Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d.
19. Drawing Master File
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
20. Drawing History File
a. Check Prints included Yes No
b. Stamped superseded Yes No
c. Comments incorporated Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

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b.

c.
21. Review of Disaster Recovery
a. Data files on network Yes No
b. Data files on local drives Yes No
c. Back-up system in place Yes No
d. Overwrite safeguards in place Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d. Are there overwrite safeguards in place?

T ECH NI C AL R E V I EW – CH E CK LI ST

This technical review is aimed at verifying that key technical decisions are sound and that the quality and
integrity of the design is being addressed in a consistent and comprehensive manner. It also aims to identify
areas lacking in detail or missing from the scope that should be included. It does not intend to be a detailed
technical check of the design.
Before undertaking the technical review the reviewer is to obtain an understanding of the key project drivers (e.g.
quality, schedule, cost, copy of previous) and implementation strategy (e.g. constructor produces MTOs), as this
will influence the extent of information within the deliverables and the deliverables list for the project in general
16. Review Instrument Design Criteria
Brief Comments:

17. Review of Instrument Deliverables


a. Studies Yes No
b. Specifications Yes No
c. Data Sheets (Consider type selection) Yes No
d. SIL Review Report Yes No
e. Cause and Effects against philosophies and shutdown hierarchy
Yes No
f. Calculations (IS Entity, RO Thickness, Thermowell Wake frequency etc)
Yes No
g. DCS Point Database, DCS Hardware, software Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
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c.

d.

e.

f.
18. Calculations
a. In correct format Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data, verified Yes No
c. Assumptions verified Yes No
d. Methodology verified Yes No
e. Results/Conclusions verified Yes No
f. Interaction with Other Disciplines verified Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b..

c.

d.

e.

f.
19. Specifications
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Are relevant customer specifications available? Yes No
c. Source and Status of Input Data Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
20. Review of Key Instrument Drawings
a. System Architecture / Cable Block Diagrams Yes No
b. Control Strategy/logic Diagrams Yes No
b. Check drawings against BOD, Studies, Philosophies, common practice (control / safeguarding
systems segregation, IS / Non IS signal segregation, interfaces, redundancy, communications
medium) Yes No
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c. Review hook-ups against philosophies and specifications (Consider: Liquids / vapors /


functionality / materials / ratings / general suitability) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
21. General Review of Other Drawings / Schedules / MTOs
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data Good? Yes No
c. Interactions with Other Disciplines Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
e. Drawing Quality Good? Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d.

e.

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CIVIL/STRUCTURAL

Project Title
Project Number Phase
Location Date
Chief Civil/ Structural Lead Civil/ Structural
Engineer Engineer

ADM I NI ST R AT IO N AU DIT – C H EC K L I ST

57. Project Induction – key discipline personnel inducted


a. Project drivers available to team Yes No
b. Project protocols established Yes No
c. Lines of communication established Yes No
Brief Comment:
a.

b.

c.
58. Discipline Personnel Inductions
a. Team members clear on scope Yes No
b. Team members clear on project drivers Yes No
c. Team members clear on project organization and structure
Yes No
d. Team members clear on confidentiality requirements
Yes No
e. Regular meetings held Yes No
f. Team members familiar with Contractors Standards/Software
Yes No
g. Team members aware of any project-specific requirements
Yes No
h. Team Members aware of current revision of TCO
specs and Standard drawing Yes No
i. Team Members aware of the Constructability
Criteria Yes No
Brief Comment:

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a.

b.

c.

d.

e.
f.

g.
59. Review of Project Documents
a. Project Design Basis (BoD) Yes No
b. Specifications Yes No
c. Relevant Input Data available such as site survey
reports and drawings, As Built drawings of existing
facilities Yes No
d. Project Execution Plan (PEP) - relevant discipline information incorporated
Yes No
e. WBS Yes No
f. Deliverable List Available and Approved by Customer
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
e.

f.
60. Team members assigned deliverables
Yes No
Brief Comments:

61. Project schedule available


Yes No
Brief Comment:

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62. Team members clear on goals


Yes No
Brief Comment:

63. Project progress and productivity curves available to Discipline Lead


Yes No
Brief Comment:

64. Appropriate Document Templates available to team members


Yes No
Brief Comment:

65. Relevant team members have received adequate training in project Document/Data Management,
progress reporting, materials management system (e.g. In-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart
Plant Materials)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

66. Relevant team members have received adequate training in customer or project-specific systems
(e.g. SAP, SharePoint Website)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

67. Discipline Filing system (Hard copy) - Master Files


22. Specifications
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
c. Holds List Yes No

Brief Comments:
a.

b.
23. Technical Reports
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red Yes No
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Brief Comments:
a.

b.
24. Calculations
x Look for use of unapproved software or spreadsheets and check that the software/spreadsheet
has been verified per the Software Verification Procedure (MEP-0004)
a. List of calculations in file Yes No
b. Calculation Procedure followed Yes No
c. Level of Checking defined by Lead
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
25. Electronic Filing system
a. As per project filing structure Yes No
b. File listing available Yes No
c. Current data files clearly available Yes No
d. Superseded files labeled Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
26. Drawing Master File
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
27. Drawing History File
a. Check Prints included Yes No
b. Stamped superseded Yes No
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c. Comments incorporated Yes No


Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
28. Review of Disaster Recovery
a. Data files on network Yes No
b. Data files on local drives Yes No
c. Back-up system in place Yes No
d. Overwrite safeguards in place Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.

c.

d. Are there overwrite safeguards in place?

T ECH NI C AL R E V I EW – CH E CK LI ST

This technical review is aimed at verifying that key technical decisions are sound and that the quality and
integrity of the design is being addressed in a consistent and comprehensive manner. It also aims to identify
areas lacking in detail or missing from the scope that should be included. It does not intend to be a detailed
technical check of the design.
Before undertaking the technical review the reviewer is to obtain an understanding of the key project drivers (e.g.
quality, schedule, cost, copy of previous) and implementation strategy (e.g. constructor produces MTOs), as this
will influence the extent of information within the deliverables and the deliverables list for the project in general
22. Review Civil/Structural Design Criteria
Brief Comments:

23. Review of Civil and Structural Deliverables – In the following Order


a. BoD Yes No
b. Design Criteria Yes No
c. Studies Yes No
d. Calculations Yes No
e. Specifications Yes No
f. Drawings Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
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b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
24. Calculations (Foundations, Steel Structures, Computer analysis)
a. In correct format Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data, verified Yes No
c. Assumptions verified Yes No
d. Methodology verified Yes No
e. Results/Conclusions verified Yes No
f. Interaction with Other Disciplines verified Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.
f.
25. Specifications
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Are relevant customer specifications available? Yes No
c. Source and Status of Input Data Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
26. Review of “In-Service” Analysis (For structures in their final position)
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Assumptions/Approximations Yes No
c. Structure Geometry/Supports Yes No
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d. Basic Load Cases Yes No


e. Combined Load Cases Yes No
f. Design Checks Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.

27. Review of “Pre-Service” Analysis (Includes transportation, lifting, etc)


a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Assumptions/Approximations Yes No
c. Structure Geometry/Supports Yes No
d. Basic Load Cases Yes No
e. Combined Load Cases Yes No
f. Design Checks Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
28. Review of Specialist Analysis (e.g. Fatigue, Seismic, Blast)
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Methodically established and agreed with client Yes No
c. Assumptions/Approximations Yes No
d. Structure/Geometry/Supports Yes No
e. Loads Yes No
f. Results Yes No
Brief Comments:

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a.

b.

c.

d.

e.
f.
29. Review of Reports
a. Design report lists relevant calculations Yes No
b. Purpose of report stated Yes No
c. Basis and assumptions stated Yes No
d. Conclusions stated Yes No
e. Relationship of precedent / dependent reports documented
Yes No
f. Other (Explain) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
30. Review of Drawings
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data Good? Yes No
c. Interactions with Other Disciplines Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
e. Drawing Quality Good? Yes No
f. In accordance with Check Lists (generated by Yes No
Contractor’s Design Team, specifying the
engineering and drafting norms, specific for each
type of deliverable.
Brief Comments:
a.

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b.

c.

d.

e.

PROCESS

Project Title
Project Number Phase
Location Date
Chief Process Engineer Lead Process Engineer

ADM I NI ST R AT IO N AU DIT – C H EC K L I ST

68. Project Induction – key discipline personnel inducted


a. Project drivers available to team Yes No
b. Project protocols established Yes No
c. Lines of communication established Yes No
Brief Comment :
a.

c.
69. Discipline Personnel Inductions
a. Team members clear on scope Yes No
b. Team members clear on project drivers Yes No
c. Team members clear on project organization and structure
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Yes No
d. Team members clear on confidentiality requirements
Yes No
e. Regular meetings held Yes No
f. Team members familiar with Contractors Standards/Software
Yes No
g. Team members aware of any project-specific requirements
Yes No
Brief Comment :
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
g.
70. Review of Project Documents
a. Project Design Basis (BoD) Yes No
b. Specifications Yes No
c. Relevant Input Data available Yes No
d. Project Execution Plan (PEP) - relevant discipline information incorporated
Yes No
e. WBS Yes No
f. Deliverable List Available and Approved by Customer
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d.

e.

f.
71. Team members assigned deliverables
Yes No
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Brief Comments:

72. Project schedule available


Yes No
Brief Comment:

73. Team members clear on goals


Yes No
Brief Comment:

74. Project progress and productivity curves available to Discipline Lead


Yes No
Brief Comment:

75. Appropriate Document Templates available to team members


Yes No
Brief Comment:

76. Relevant team members have received adequate training in project Document/Data Management,
progress reporting, materials managemrnt system (e.g. In-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart
Plant Materials)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

77. Relevant team members have received adequate training in customer or project-specific systems
(e.g. SAP, SharePoint Website)
Yes No
Brief Comment:

78. Discipline Filing system (Hard copy) - Master Files


29. Specifications
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
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b.
30. Technical Reports
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
31. Calculations (Heat and Mass Balance, Hydraulic, Pressure Drop, Computer simulation )
x Look for use of unapproved software or spreadsheets and check that the software/spreadsheet
has been verified per the Software Verification Procedure (MEP-0004)
a. List of calculations in file Yes No
b. Calculation Procedure followed Yes No
c. Level of Checking defined by Lead
Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
32. Electronic Filing system
a. As per project filing structure Yes No
b. File listing available Yes No
c. Current data files clearly available Yes No
d. Superseded files labelled Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
33. Drawing Master File
a. Master Copies Stamped Yes No
b. Check Prints signed and dated (comments in red) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
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c.
34. Drawing History File
a. Check Prints included Yes No
b. Stamped superseded Yes No
c. Comments incorporated Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.
35. Review of Disaster Recovery
a. Data files on network Yes No
b. Data files on local drives Yes No
c. Back-up system in place Yes No
d. Overwrite safeguards in place Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.

d.

T ECH NI C AL R E V I EW – CH E CK LI ST

This technical review is aimed at verifying that key technical decisions are sound and that the quality and
integrity of the design is being addressed in a consistent and comprehensive manner. It also aims to identify
areas lacking in detail or missing from the scope that should be included. It does not intend to be a detailed
technical check of the design.
Before undertaking the technical review the reviewer is to obtain an understanding of the key project drivers (e.g.
quality, schedule, cost, copy of previous) and implementation strategy (e.g. constructor produces MTOs), as this
will influence the extent of information within the deliverables and the deliverables list for the project in general
31. Review Design Criteria
Brief Comments:

32. Review of Deliverables – In the following Order


a. BoD Yes No
b. Design Criteria Yes No
c. Studies Yes No
d. Calculations Yes No
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e. Specifications & Data Sheets Yes No


f. Scope of Work Yes No
g. Material or Service Requisitions Yes No
h. Technical Bid Evaluation Yes No
i. Supplier Data Review Yes No
j. Mechanical Equipment Packages Yes No
k. Material Handling Equipment Yes No
l. HVAC Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
g.

h.

i.
j.

k.

l.
m.

n.

o.
33. Calculations
a. In correct format Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data, verified Yes No
c. Assumptions verified Yes No
d. Methodology verified Yes No
e. Results/Conclusions verified Yes No
f. Interaction with Other Disciplines vedified Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.
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b.

c.

d.

e.

f.
34. Specifications
a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Are relevant customer specifications available? Yes No
c. Source and Status of Input Data Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.

d.
35. Review of Software Studies
Backup hand calculation in place Yes No
Brief Comments

36. Review of Reports


a. Design report lists relevant calculations Yes No
b. Purpose of report stated Yes No
c. Basis and assumptions stated Yes No
d. Conclusions stated Yes No
e. Relationship of precedent / dependent reports documented
Yes No
f. Other (Explain) Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.
c.

d.

e.
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f.

37. Review of Drawings


a. Complies with Design Criteria Yes No
b. Source and Status of Input Data Good? Yes No
c. Interactions with Other Disciplines Yes No
d. Level of Detail Required Yes No
e. Drawing Quality Good? Yes No
Brief Comments:
a.

b.

c.
d.

e.

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ɇɚɡɜɚɧɢɟ
ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
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Ɇɟɫɬɨɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɟ Ⱦɚɬɚ
ɋɬɚɪɲɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ-ɦɟɯɚɧɢɤ ȼɟɞɭɳɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ-
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1. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟ ɫ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ – ɨɫɧɨɜɧɨɣɲɬɚɬɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɛɵɥɨɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧ


ɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. Ɏɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɝɪɭɩɩɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɬɨɤɨɥɵɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɩɨɞɝɨɬɨɜɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɨɫɨɛɵɨɛɦɟɧɚɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɟɣɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b
c.
2. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬ ɨɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬ ɮɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢ ɝɪɭɩɩɵ ɱɟɬɤɨ ɡɧɚɸɬ ɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɨɧɧɭɸ ɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɭɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢ ɝɪɭɩɩɵ ɱɟɬɤɨ ɡɧɚɸɬ ɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɨɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɢɢɤɨɧɮɢɞɟɧɰɢɚɥɶɧɨɫɬɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɝɭɥɹɪɧɵɟɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹ ɩɪɨɜɨɞɢɥɢɫɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɡɧɚɤɨɦɵɫɨɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɚɦɢɩɪɨɝɪɚɦɦɧɵɦɨɛɟɫɩɟɱɟɧɢɟɦɩɨɞɪɹɞɱɢɤɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɨɫɜɟɞɨɦɥɟɧɵɨɛɨɫɨɛɵɯɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɯɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ :
a.

ɋɬɪ 1
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

b.

c.
d.
e.
f.

g.
3. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɭɫɥɨɜɢɹɢɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɇɚɥɢɱɢɟɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɉɥɚɧ ɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ (ɉȼɉ) – ɜɤɥɸɱɚɟɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɭɸɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɸɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɋɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɭɬɜɟɪɠɞɟɧɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
e.

f.
4. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɡɚɞɚɱɢɩɨɢɬɨɝɚɦɤɨɬɨɪɵɯɨɧɢɞɨɥɠɧɵɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɢɬɶɢɬɨɝɨɜɵɟ
ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

5. Ƚɪɚɮɢɤɪɚɛɨɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

6. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɰɟɥɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
ɋɬɪ 2
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

7. Ʉɪɢɜɵɟɩɪɨɝɪɟɫɫɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɢɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜ ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɭɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

8. ɉɪɢɦɟɧɢɦɵɟ ɲɚɛɥɨɧɵ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵ


Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

9. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢ ɝɪɭɩɩɵ ɩɪɨɲɥɢ ɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟ ɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟ ɩɨ ɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɸ


ɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɦɢ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɦɢ/ɞɚɧɧɵɦɢ, ɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɨɯɨɞɟɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
ɫɢɫɬɟɦɟɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚɦɢ(ɧɚɩɪ., In-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart Plant
Materials)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

10. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢ ɝɪɭɩɩɵ ɩɪɨɲɥɢ ɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟ ɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟ ɩɨɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɦ


ɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɦɡɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚɢɥɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ(ɧɚɩɪ., SAP, ɫɚɣɬSharePoint)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

11. ɋɢɫɬɟɦɚ ɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ ɩɨ ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ (ɬɜɟɪɞɵɟ ɤɨɩɢɢ) – ɤɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟ ɮɚɣɥɵ

1. Ɍɍ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
2. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɨɬɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ

ɋɬɪ 3
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ


ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
3. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
x ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚ ɧɚ ɩɪɟɞɦɟɬ ɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɢɹ ɧɟɫɚɧɤɰɢɨɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɨɝɨ ɉɈ ɢɥɢ ɬɚɛɥɢɰ ɢ
ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɉɈɬɚɛɥɢɰɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɟɜɟɪɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɉɈ (MEP-0004)
a. ɋɩɢɫɨɤ ɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜ ɜɧɚɥɢɱɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɚ ɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹ ɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜ ɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɪɨɜɟɧɶɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɜɟɞɭɳɢɦɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
4. ɗɥɟɤɬɪɨɧɧɚɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ
a. ɋɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɟɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɋɩɢɫɤɢɮɚɣɥɨɜɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɍɟɤɭɳɢɟɮɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵɨɬɦɟɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.
5. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
ɋɬɪ 4
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

c.
6. Ⱥɪɯɢɜɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɚɩɟɱɚɬɶ©Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɨª Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ʉɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢɭɱɬɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
7. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɚɜɚɪɢɣɧɨɝɨɜɨɫɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɢɹ
a. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɜɫɟɬɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɧɚɥɨɤɚɥɶɧɵɯɞɢɫɤɚɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɦɟɟɬɫɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɪɟɡɟɪɜɧɨɝɨɤɨɩɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.

Ɍȿɏɇ ɂɑȿɋɄɂɃ ȺɇȺɅɂɁ – ɉ ɊɈȼ ȿ ɊɈ ɑɇ ɕ Ƀ Ʌɂɋ Ɍ

Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣ ɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣ ɚɧɚɥɢɡ ɩɪɟɞɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧ ɞɥɹ ɬɨɝɨɱɬɨɛɵɭɛɟɞɢɬɶɫɹɱɬɨɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɟɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟ


ɪɟɲɟɧɢɹɨɛɨɫɧɨɜɚɧɵɢɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɢɰɟɥɨɫɬɧɨɫɬɶɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɭɫɦɨɬɪɟɧɵ ɞɨɥɠɧɵɦɨɛɪɚɡɨɦɢɜ
ɩɨɥɧɨɣɦɟɪɟ. Ɍɚɤɠɟ ɟɝɨɰɟɥɶɸɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɢɟɨɛɥɚɫɬɟɣɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɢɥɢɧɟ
ɭɱɬɟɧɧɵɯɜɨɛɴɟɦɟɪɚɛɨɬɧɨɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɜɧɟɝɨ. Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣ ɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣ ɚɧɚɥɢɡ ɧɟ ɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹ
ɞɟɬɚɥɶɧɨɣ ɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɣ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɨɣ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ.
ɉɟɪɟɞɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɟɦɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɝɨɚɧɚɥɢɡɚɥɢɰɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɹɳɟɟɟɝɨɞɨɥɠɧɨɩɨɥɭɱɢɬɶɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɟ ɨ
ɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɯɮɚɤɬɨɪɚɯɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ (ɬɚɤɢɯɤɚɤ ɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɝɪɚɮɢɤɫɬɨɢɦɨɫɬɶɤɨɩɢɹɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɟɝɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ) ɢ
ɫɬɪɚɬɟɝɢɢɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ (ɧɚɩɪɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜɜɵɩɭɫɤɚɟɬɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɚɹɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɹ), ɬɤɷɬɨ
ɜɥɢɹɟɬɧɚɝɥɭɛɢɧɭɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɢ ɜɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɢɜɰɟɥɨɦɧɚɫɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɨ
ɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
1. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɟɜ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ
Ɏɭɧɤɰɢɨɧɚɥɶɧɵɟɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɩɪɢɦɟɧɢɦɵɟɤɨɞɟɤɫɵ/ɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɵ/ɧɨɪɦɚɬɢɜɧɨ-ɩɪɚɜɨɜɵɟɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɢ
ɬɞ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

ɋɬɪ 5
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

2. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ – ɜɫɥɟɞɭɸɳɟɦɩɨɪɹɞɤɟ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟ ɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɪɢɬɟɪɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɪɢɬɟɪɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹɢɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɟɫɤɚɹɫɯɟɦɚ (ɩɪɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɫɬɢ)
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
(Ɋɚɡɦɟɪ ɥɢɧɢɢ/ɫɬɟɧɤɢ ɬɪɭɛ, ɝɢɞɪɚɜɥɢɤɚ, ɧɚɝɪɭɡɤɚɧɚɬɪɭɛɵ, ɪɚɡɦɟɪɫɩɭɫɤɧɨɝɨɤɥɚɩɚɧɚ ɢ
ɬɞ)
e. Ɍɍɢɥɢɫɬɤɢɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
(ɧɚɫɨɫɵ, ɤɨɦɩɪɟɫɫɨɪɵ, ɬɟɩɥɨɨɛɦɟɧɧɢɤɢ, ɟɦɤɨɫɬɢ, ɪɟɡɟɪɜɭɚɪɵ, ɫɩɭɫɤɧɵɟɤɥɚɩɚɧɵ,
ɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɵɢɚɪɦɚɬɭɪɚ ɫɩɢɫɤɢɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɨɜɢɜɪɟɡɨɤɢɬɞ)
f. Ɉɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. Ɂɚɹɜɤɢɧɚɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɵɢɥɢɭɫɥɭɝɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
h. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɚɹɨɰɟɧɤɚɬɟɧɞɟɪɧɨɝɨɩɪɟɞɥɨɠɟɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
i. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɞɚɧɧɵɯɩɨɫɬɚɜɳɢɤɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
j. ɋɬɚɬɢɱɟɫɤɨɟɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
k. ȼɪɚɳɚɸɳɟɟɫɹɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
l. Ʉɨɦɩɥɟɤɬɵɦɟɯɚɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɝɨɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
m. Ƚɪɭɡɨɩɨɞɴɟɦɧɨɟɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
n. ɈȼɄȼ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
o. ɋɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɚɹɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

f.
g.
h.

i.
j.
k.
ɋɬɪ 6
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

l.

m.
n.
o.
3. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
a. ȼɩɪɚɜɢɥɶɧɨɦɮɨɪɦɚɬɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɇɟɬɨɞɢɤɚɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵɡɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɞɟɣɫɬɜɢɟɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɨ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
4. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɭɫɥɨɜɢɹ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɟɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɥɢɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɌɍɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚ? Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
5. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡ ɢɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɣɉɈ
ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɞɭɛɥɢɪɭɸɳɢɟɪɚɫɱɟɬɵɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɧɵɟɜɪɭɱɧɭɸ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ
ɋɬɪ 7
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

6. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɨɬɱɟɬɨɜ
a. Ɉɬɱɟɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɸɫɨɞɟɪɠɢɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɵɟ ɪɚɫɱɟɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɐɟɥɶɨɬɱɟɬɚɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɉɫɧɨɜɚɧɢɟɢɞɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɉɬɧɨɲɟɧɢɟ ɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɢɯ/ɜɡɚɢɦɨɫɜɹɡɚɧɧɵɯ ɨɬɱɟɬɨɜ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɥɶɧɨɨɮɨɪɦɥɟɧɨ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ⱦɪɭɝɨɟ (ɨɩɢɫɚɧɢɟ) Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.

e.
f.

7. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɞɟɣɫɬɜɢɟɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ʉɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɱɟɪɬɟɠɚ ɭɞɨɜɥɟɬɜɨɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɟ? Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

ɌɊɍȻɈɉɊɈȼɈȾɕ

ɇɚɡɜɚɧɢɟɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
ʋɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ Ɏɚɡɚ
Ɇɟɫɬɨɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɟ Ⱦɚɬɚ
ɋɬɪ 8
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

ɋɬɚɪɲɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɩɨ ȼɟɞɭɳɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɩɨ
ɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɚɦ ɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɚɦ

ȺȾɆɂɇ ɂɋɌɊȺ ɌɂȼɇɕɃȺ ɍȾɂɌ – ɉ ɊɈȼȿ Ɋ Ɉ ɑɇ ɕɃɅ ɂɋ Ɍ

12. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟ ɫ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ – ɨɫɧɨɜɧɨɣɲɬɚɬɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɛɵɥɨɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧ


ɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. Ɏɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɝɪɭɩɩɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɬɨɤɨɥɵɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɩɨɞɝɨɬɨɜɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɨɫɨɛɵɨɛɦɟɧɚɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɟɣɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b.
c.
13. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ

a. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɮɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚȾɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɨɧɧɭɸɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɭɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɨɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɢɢɤɨɧɮɢɞɟɧɰɢɚɥɶɧɨɫɬɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɝɭɥɹɪɧɵɟɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɨɞɢɥɢɫɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɡɧɚɤɨɦɵɫɨɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɚɦɢɉɈɩɨɞɪɹɞɱɢɤɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɨɫɜɟɞɨɦɥɟɧɵɨɛɨɫɨɛɵɯɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɯɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
ɋɬɪ 9
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

14. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɭɫɥɨɜɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɇɚɥɢɱɢɟɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɉɥɚɧɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɉȼɉ – ɜɤɥɸɱɚɟɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɭɸɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɸɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɉɥɚɧɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɢɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɜɞɜɭɯɦɟɪɧɨɦɬɪɟɯɦɟɪɧɨɦɮɨɪɦɚɬɚɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɋɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɭɬɜɟɪɠɞɟɧɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
15. Ɏɨɪɦɚɬɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ

a. Ɏɨɪɦɚɬɨɤɨɧɱɚɬɟɥɶɧɨɫɨɝɥɚɫɨɜɚɧ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɟɪɟɞɚɱɚɫɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɦ Ɂɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
16. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɡɚɞɚɱɢɩɨɢɬɨɝɚɦɤɨɬɨɪɵɯɨɧɢɞɨɥɠɧɵɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɢɬɶɢɬɨɝɨɜɵɟ
ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

17. Ƚɪɚɮɢɤɪɚɛɨɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
ɋɬɪ 10
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

18. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɰɟɥɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

19. Ʉɪɢɜɵɟɩɪɨɝɪɟɫɫɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɢɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜ ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɭɩɨ


ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

20. ɉɪɢɦɟɧɢɦɵɟɲɚɛɥɨɧɵɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

21. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɦɢ
ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɦɢɞɚɧɧɵɦɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɨɯɨɞɟɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɫɢɫɬɟɦɟ
ɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚɦɢ ɧɚɩɪIn-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart Plant Materials)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

22. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɦ
ɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɦɡɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚɢɥɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ ɧɚɩɪSAP, ɫɚɣɬSharePoint)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

23. Ɋɚɛɨɱɢɟɡɚɦɟɬɤɢ
a. Ɍɢɩɨɜɵɟɞɟɬɚɥɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɋɚɛɨɱɚɹɤɧɢɝɚɡɚɦɟɬɤɢɩɨɤɨɧɤɪɟɬɧɨɦɭɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
24. ɋɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ (ɬɜɟɪɞɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ) – Ɉɛɳɚɹɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɹ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
ɋɬɪ 11
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ


ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
25. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɨɬɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
26. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
x ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɧɚɩɪɟɞɦɟɬɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɢɹɧɟɫɚɧɤɰɢɨɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɨɝɨɉɈɢɥɢɬɚɛɥɢɰɢ
ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɉɈɬɚɛɥɢɰɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɟɜɟɪɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɉɈ MEP-0004)
a. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɜɧɚɥɢɱɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɪɨɜɟɧɶɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɜɟɞɭɳɢɦɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
27. ɗɥɟɤɬɪɨɧɧɚɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ
a. ɋɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɟɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɮɚɣɥɨɜɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɍɟɤɭɳɢɟɮɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵɨɬɦɟɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

d.

ɋɬɪ 12
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

28. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɵɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɧɵɟɰɜɟɬɚɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢ
(ɫɦ EPP-0035) Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

29. Ⱥɪɯɢɜɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɚɩɟɱɚɬɶ³Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɨ´ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ʉɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢɭɱɬɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
30. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɚɜɚɪɢɣɧɨɝɨɜɨɫɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɢɹ
a. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɜɫɟɬɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɧɚɥɨɤɚɥɶɧɵɯɞɢɫɤɚɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɦɟɟɬɫɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɪɟɡɟɪɜɧɨɝɨɤɨɩɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

d.
31. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɬɪɟɯɦɟɪɧɨɣɦɨɞɟɥɢ
a. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɥɚɧɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɜɬɪɟɯɦɟɪɧɨɦɮɨɪɦɚɬɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ

ɋɬɪ 13
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

b. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡ ɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɵɫɩɪɚɜɨɱɧɨɣɛɚɡɵɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ


c. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɦɨɞɟɥɢ (ɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɪɚɛɨɬ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɵɩɥɚɧɚɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɬɪɟɯɦɟɪɧɨɣɦɨɞɟɥɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
32. ɉɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɟ ɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜ
a. Ɉɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɥɚɫɫɵɥɢɧɢɣ / Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ ɬɨɥɳɢɧɵɫɬɟɧɨɤ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɢɫɨɤ ɩɨɡɢɰɢɣɫɩɟɰɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɨɜ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ʌɢɫɬɤɢɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɤɥɚɩɚɧɨɜ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɚɹɨɰɟɧɤɚɬɟɧɞɟɪɧɵɯɩɪɟɞɥɨɠɟɧɢɣ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.
e.
33. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɧɚɝɪɭɡɨɤ
a. Ɉɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɪɢɬɟɪɢɢɧɚɝɪɭɡɤɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ ɜɪɭɱɧɭɸ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɧɚɝɪɭɡɨɤɧɚɤɪɢɬɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɬɪɭɛɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
34. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɥɚɧɚɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɩɨɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚɦɢ
ɋɬɪ 14
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

a. Ɉɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɚɬɚɥɨɝɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɉɫɧɨɜɧɵɟɩɪɢɧɰɢɩɵɩɨɞɝɨɬɨɜɤɢɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɣɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɇɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

ɗɅȿɄɌɊɂɑȿɋɄɂȿɊȺȻɈɌɕ

ɇɚɡɜɚɧɢɟ
ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

ʋɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ Ɏɚɡɚ
Ɇɟɫɬɨɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɟ Ⱦɚɬɚ
ɋɬɚɪɲɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ- ȼɟɞɭɳɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ-
ɷɥɟɤɬɪɢɤ ɷɥɟɤɬɪɢɤ

ȺȾɆɂɇ ɂɋɌɊȺ ɌɂȼɇɕɃ Ⱥ ɍȾɂɌ – ɉ ɊɈȼȿ Ɋ Ɉ ɑɇ ɕɃɅ ɂɋ Ɍ

35. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ– ɨɫɧɨɜɧɨɣɲɬɚɬɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɛɵɥɨɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧ


ɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. Ɏɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɝɪɭɩɩɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɬɨɤɨɥɵɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɩɨɞɝɨɬɨɜɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɨɫɨɛɵɨɛɦɟɧɚɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɟɣɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b.
c.
36. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɮɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɨɧɧɭɸɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɭɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɨɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɢɢɤɨɧɮɢɞɟɧɰɢɚɥɶɧɨɫɬɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
ɋɬɪ 15
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

e. Ɋɟɝɭɥɹɪɧɵɟɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɨɞɢɥɢɫɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɡɧɚɤɨɦɵɫɨɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɚɦɢɉɈɩɨɞɪɹɞɱɢɤɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɨɫɜɟɞɨɦɥɟɧɵɨɛɨɫɨɛɵɯɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɯɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
e.

f.
g.
37. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɍɍ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɇɚɥɢɱɢɟɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɉɥɚɧɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɉȼɉ – ɜɤɥɸɱɚɟɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɭɸɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɸɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɋɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɭɬɜɟɪɠɞɟɧɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
38. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɡɚɞɚɱɢɩɨɢɬɨɝɚɦɤɨɬɨɪɵɯɨɧɢɞɨɥɠɧɵɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɢɬɶɢɬɨɝɨɜɵɟ
ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

ɋɬɪ 16
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

39. Ƚɪɚɮɢɤɪɚɛɨɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

40. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɰɟɥɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

41. Ʉɪɢɜɵɟɩɪɨɝɪɟɫɫɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɢɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜ ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɭɩɨ


ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

42. ɉɪɢɦɟɧɢɦɵɟɲɚɛɥɨɧɵɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

43. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɦɢ


ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɦɢɞɚɧɧɵɦɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɨɯɨɞɟɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɫɢɫɬɟɦɟ
ɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚɦɢ ɧɚɩɪIn-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart Plant Materials)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

44. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɦ


ɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɦɡɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚɢɥɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ ɧɚɩɪSAP, ɫɚɣɬSharePoint)
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

45. ɋɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ ɬɜɟɪɞɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ – ɤɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵ


8. Ɍɍ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ

ɋɬɪ 17
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
9. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɨɬɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
10. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
x ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɧɚɩɪɟɞɦɟɬɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɢɹɧɟɫɚɧɤɰɢɨɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɨɝɨɉɈɢɥɢɬɚɛɥɢɰɢ
ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɉɈɬɚɛɥɢɰɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɟɜɟɪɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɉɈ
a. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɜɧɚɥɢɱɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɪɨɜɟɧɶɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɜɟɞɭɳɢɦɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
11. ɗɥɟɤɬɪɨɧɧɚɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ
a. ɋɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɟɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɮɚɣɥɨɜɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɍɟɤɭɳɢɟɮɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵɨɬɦɟɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

d.
12. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
ɋɬɪ 18
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ


ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
13. Ⱥɪɯɢɜɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɚɩɟɱɚɬɶ³Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɨ´ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ʉɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢɭɱɬɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
14. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɚɜɚɪɢɣɧɨɝɨɜɨɫɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɢɹ
a. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɜɫɟɬɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɧɚɥɨɤɚɥɶɧɵɯɞɢɫɤɚɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɦɟɟɬɫɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɪɟɡɟɪɜɧɨɝɨɤɨɩɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹ ɥɢ ɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ?

Ɍȿɏɇ ɂɑȿɋɄɂɃȺɇȺɅɂɁ – ɉ ɊɈȼ ȿ ɊɈ ɑɇ ɕ Ƀ  Ʌɂɋ Ɍ

Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɟɞɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɞɥɹɬɨɝɨɱɬɨɛɵɭɛɟɞɢɬɶɫɹɱɬɨɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɟɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟ
ɪɟɲɟɧɢɹɨɛɨɫɧɨɜɚɧɵɢɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɢɰɟɥɨɫɬɧɨɫɬɶɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɭɫɦɨɬɪɟɧɵ ɞɨɥɠɧɵɦɨɛɪɚɡɨɦɢɜ
ɩɨɥɧɨɣɦɟɪɟ Ɍɚɤɠɟɟɝɨɰɟɥɶɸɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɢɟɨɛɥɚɫɬɟɣɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɢɥɢɧɟ
ɭɱɬɟɧɧɵɯɜɨɛɴɟɦɟɪɚɛɨɬɧɨɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɜɧɟɝɨ Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɧɟɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹ
ɞɟɬɚɥɶɧɨɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɣɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɨɣɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ
ɉɟɪɟɞɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɟɦɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɝɨɚɧɚɥɢɡɚɥɢɰɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɹɳɟɟɟɝɨɞɨɥɠɧɨɩɨɥɭɱɢɬɶɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɟɨ
ɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɯɮɚɤɬɨɪɚɯɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɬɚɤɢɯɤɚɤɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɝɪɚɮɢɤɫɬɨɢɦɨɫɬɶɤɨɩɢɹɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɟɝɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɢ
ɫɬɪɚɬɟɝɢɢɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ ɧɚɩɪɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜɜɵɩɭɫɤɚɟɬɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɚɹɝɪɭɩɩɚ ɬɤɨɧɢɜɥɢɹɸɬ
ɧɚɝɥɭɛɢɧɭɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɢɜɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɢɜɰɟɥɨɦɧɚɫɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ

ɋɬɪ 19
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

8. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡ ɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɟɜ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ ɷɥ. ɱɚɫɬɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ


Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

9. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡ ɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ ɩɨ ɷɥ. ɱɚɫɬɢ– ɜɫɥɟɞɭɸɳɟɦɩɨɪɹɞɤɟ


a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɪɢɬɟɪɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɧɚɝɪɭɡɨɤ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɍɍ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ɉɞɧɨɥɢɧɟɣɧɵɟɫɯɟɦɵɢɥɢɫɬɤɢɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
10. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
a. ȼɩɪɚɜɢɥɶɧɨɦɮɨɪɦɚɬɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɞɚɧɧɵɯɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɇɟɬɨɞɢɤɚɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵ/ɡɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɫɜɹɡɶɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

f.
ɋɬɪ 20
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

11. Ɍɍ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɟɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɥɢɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɌɍɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚ? Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
12. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɷɥɟɤɬɪɢɱɟɫɤɢɯɫɯɟɦ
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚ ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ ɢɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɹɦɢɪɚɫɱɟɬɚɦɫɨɝɥɚɫɧɨ ɨɞɧɨɥɢɧɟɣɧɵɦ
ɫɯɟɦɚɦ
a. Ɂɧɚɱɟɧɢɹɧɨɦɢɧɚɥɶɧɨɝɨɬɨɤɚɩɪɚɜɢɥɶɧɵɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ȼɵɛɨɪɧɚɩɪɹɠɟɧɢɹɩɪɚɜɢɥɶɧɵɣ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɉɠɢɞɚɟɦɵɟɭɪɨɜɧɢɤɨɪɨɬɤɨɝɨɡɚɦɵɤɚɧɢɹɜɟɪɧɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɉɪɨɱɢɟɩɚɪɚɦɟɬɪɵɜɟɪɧɵ, ɭɤɚɡɚɬɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚ ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɵ ɡɚɳɢɬɵ ɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɢɌɍ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚ ɤɥɚɫɫɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɨɩɚɫɧɵɯɭɱɚɫɬɤɨɜ – Ɉɫɧɨɜɧɵɟɩɪɢɧɰɢɩɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. Ɉɬɱɟɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɸ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
h. Ƚɪɚɮɢɤɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
i. ɑɟɪɬɟɠɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
(ɩɥɚɧ ɭɱɚɫɬɤɚ ɪɚɛɨɬ, ɨɞɧɨɥɢɧɟɣɧɵɟ ɫɯɟɦɵ, ɩɪɢɧɰɢɩɢɚɥɶɧɵɟ ɫɯɟɦɵ, ɠɭɪɧɚɥɵɩɚɧɟɥɟɣ,
ɤɪɟɩɥɟɧɢɣ, ɰɟɩɢ/ɤɚɛɟɥɢɢɬɞ)
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.

e.
f.
ɋɬɪ 21
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

g.

h.
i.
13. ȺɧɚɥɢɡɢɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɣɉɈ
ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɞɭɛɥɢɪɭɸɳɢɟɪɚɫɱɟɬɵɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɧɵɟɜɪɭɱɧɭɸ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ

14. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɨɬɱɟɬɨɜ
a. Ɉɬɱɟɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɸɫɨɞɟɪɠɢɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɵɟɪɚɫɱɟɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɐɟɥɶɨɬɱɟɬɚɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɉɫɧɨɜɚɧɢɟɢɞɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɉɬɧɨɲɟɧɢɟɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɢɯɜɡɚɢɦɨɫɜɹɡɚɧɧɵɯɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɥɶɧɨɨɮɨɪɦɥɟɧɨ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ⱦɪɭɝɨɟ ɨɩɢɫɚɧɢɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.

e.
f.
15. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɞɟɣɫɬɜɢɟɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ʉɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɱɟɪɬɟɠɚɭɞɨɜɥɟɬɜɨɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
ɋɬɪ 22
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ʉɂɉ

ɇɚɡɜɚɧɢɟɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
ʋɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ Ɏɚɡɚ
Ɇɟɫɬɨɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɟ Ⱦɚɬɚ
ɋɬɚɪɲɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɩɨɄɂɉ ȼɟɞɭɳɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɩɨɄɂɉ

ȺȾɆɂɇ ɂɋɌɊȺ ɌɂȼɇɕɃȺ ɍȾɂɌ – ɉ ɊɈȼȿ Ɋ Ɉ ɑɇ ɕɃɅ ɂɋ Ɍ

46. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ– ɨɫɧɨɜɧɨɣɲɬɚɬɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɛɵɥɨɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧ


ɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. Ɏɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɝɪɭɩɩɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɬɨɤɨɥɵɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɩɨɞɝɨɬɨɜɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɨɫɨɛɵɨɛɦɟɧɚɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɟɣɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.

b.
c.
47. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɮɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɨɧɧɭɸɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɭɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɨɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɢɢɤɨɧɮɢɞɟɧɰɢɚɥɶɧɨɫɬɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɝɭɥɹɪɧɵɟɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɨɞɢɥɢɫɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɡɧɚɤɨɦɵɫɨɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɚɦɢɉɈɩɨɞɪɹɞɱɢɤɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɨɫɜɟɞɨɦɥɟɧɵɨɛɨɫɨɛɵɯɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɯɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.

b.
c.
ɋɬɪ 23
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

d.

e.
f.
g.
48. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɍɍ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɇɚɥɢɱɢɟɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɉɥɚɧɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɉȼɉ – ɜɤɥɸɱɚɟɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɭɸɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɸɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɋɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɭɬɜɟɪɠɞɟɧɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.

e.
f.
49. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɡɚɞɚɱɢɩɨɢɬɨɝɚɦɤɨɬɨɪɵɯɨɧɢɞɨɥɠɧɵɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɢɬɶɢɬɨɝɨɜɵɟ
ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

50. Ƚɪɚɮɢɤɪɚɛɨɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

51. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɰɟɥɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

ɋɬɪ 24
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

52. Ʉɪɢɜɵɟɩɪɨɝɪɟɫɫɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɢɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜ ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɭɩɨ


ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

53. ɉɪɢɦɟɧɢɦɵɟɲɚɛɥɨɧɵɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

54. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɦɢ


ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɦɢɞɚɧɧɵɦɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɨɯɨɞɟɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɫɢɫɬɟɦɟ
ɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚɦɢ ɧɚɩɪIn-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart Plant Materials)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

55. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɦ


ɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɦɡɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚɢɥɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ ɧɚɩɪSAP, ɫɚɣɬ SharePoint)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

56. ɋɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ ɬɜɟɪɞɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ – ɤɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵ

15. Specifications
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
16. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɨɬɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
ɋɬɪ 25
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

b.
17. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
x ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɧɚɩɪɟɞɦɟɬɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɢɹɧɟɫɚɧɤɰɢɨɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɨɝɨɉɈɢɥɢɬɚɛɥɢɰɢ
ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɉɈɬɚɛɥɢɰɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɟɜɟɪɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɉɈ MEP-0004)
a. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɜɧɚɥɢɱɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɪɨɜɟɧɶɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɜɟɞɭɳɢɦɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
18. ɗɥɟɤɬɪɨɧɧɚɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ
a. ɋɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɟɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɮɚɣɥɨɜɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɍɟɤɭɳɢɟɮɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵɨɬɦɟɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
19. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
20. Ⱥɪɯɢɜɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɚɩɟɱɚɬɶ³Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɨ´ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
ɋɬɪ 26
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

c. Ʉɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢɭɱɬɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
21. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɚɜɚɪɢɣɧɨɝɨɜɨɫɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɢɹ
a. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɜɫɟɬɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɧɚɥɨɤɚɥɶɧɵɯɞɢɫɤɚɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɦɟɟɬɫɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɪɟɡɟɪɜɧɨɝɨɤɨɩɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɥɢɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ?

Ɍȿɏɇ ɂɑȿɋɄɂɃȺɇȺɅɂɁ – ɉ ɊɈȼ ȿ ɊɈ ɑɇ ɕ Ƀ  Ʌɂɋ Ɍ

Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɟɞɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɞɥɹɬɨɝɨɱɬɨɛɵɭɛɟɞɢɬɶɫɹɱɬɨɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɟɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟ
ɪɟɲɟɧɢɹɨɛɨɫɧɨɜɚɧɵɢɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɢɰɟɥɨɫɬɧɨɫɬɶɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɭɫɦɨɬɪɟɧɵ ɞɨɥɠɧɵɦɨɛɪɚɡɨɦɢɜ
ɩɨɥɧɨɣɦɟɪɟ Ɍɚɤɠɟɟɝɨɰɟɥɶɸɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɢɟɨɛɥɚɫɬɟɣɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯ ɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɢɥɢɧɟ
ɭɱɬɟɧɧɵɯɜɨɛɴɟɦɟɪɚɛɨɬɧɨɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɜɧɟɝɨ Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɧɟɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹ
ɞɟɬɚɥɶɧɨɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɣɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɨɣɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ
ɉɟɪɟɞɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɟɦɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɝɨɚɧɚɥɢɡɚɥɢɰɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɹɳɟɟɟɝɨɞɨɥɠɧɨɩɨɥɭɱɢɬɶɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɟɨ
ɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɯɮɚɤɬɨɪɚɯɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɬɚɤɢɯɤɚɤɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɝɪɚɮɢɤɫɬɨɢɦɨɫɬɶɤɨɩɢɹɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɟɝɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɢ
ɫɬɪɚɬɟɝɢɢɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ ɧɚɩɪɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜɜɵɩɭɫɤɚɟɬɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɚɹɝɪɭɩɩɚ ɬɤɨɧɢɜɥɢɹɸɬ
ɧɚɝɥɭɛɢɧɭɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɢɜɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɢɜɰɟɥɨɦɧɚɫɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
16. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɟɜɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ʉɂɉ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

17. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡ ɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɨɄɂɉ


a. ɂɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɍɍ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ʌɢɫɬɤɢɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɞɚɧɧɵɯ (ɫɭɱɟɬɨɦɜɵɛɨɪɚɬɢɩɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɉɬɱɟɬɨɛɚɧɚɥɢɡɟɭɪɨɜɧɹɩɨɥɧɨɬɵɛɟɡɨɩɚɫɧɨɫɬɢ
ɋɬɪ 27
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɟɩɪɢɱɢɧɧɨ-ɫɥɟɞɫɬɜɟɧɧɵɯɫɜɹɡɟɣɨɫɧɨɜɧɵɦɩɪɢɧɰɢɩɚɦɢɢɟɪɚɪɯɢɢ
ɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɵɨɫɬɚɧɨɜɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ (ɢɫɤɪɨɛɟɡɨɩɚɫɧɨɟɢɫɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɟ, ɬɨɥɳɢɧɚɨɝɪɚɧɢɱɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣɞɢɚɮɪɚɝɦɵ, ɪɚɫɱɟɬ
ɩɪɨɱɧɨɫɬɢɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢɬɟɪɦɨɤɚɪɦɚɧɨɜɢɬɞ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ȻɚɡɚɞɚɧɧɵɯȺɋɍ, ɚɩɩɚɪɚɬɧɨɟɨɛɟɫɩɟɱɟɧɢɟɉɈȺɋɍ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
18. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɏɨɪɦɚɬɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɣ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɇɟɬɨɞɢɤɚɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵɡɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɫɜɹɡɶɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b..
c.
d.
e.
f.
19. Ɍɍ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɥɢɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɌɍɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚ? Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
ɋɬɪ 28
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
20. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡ ɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɯ ɫɯɟɦ Ʉɂɉ
a. Ⱥɪɯɢɬɟɤɬɭɪɚɫɢɫɬɟɦɵ / ɤɚɛɟɥɶɧɵɟɛɥɨɤ-ɫɯɟɦɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɋɯɟɦɵɫɬɪɚɬɟɝɢɢɥɨɝɢɤɢɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣɫɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɢɫɯɨɞɧɵɦɞɚɧɧɵɦ ɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹɢɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɹɦ
ɨɫɧɨɜɧɵɦɩɪɢɧɰɢɩɚɦɨɛɳɟɩɪɢɧɹɬɨɣɩɪɚɤɬɢɤɟ (ɪɚɡɞɟɥɟɧɢɟɫɢɫɬɟɦ
ɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹ/ɛɟɡɨɩɚɫɧɨɫɬɢ, ɪɚɡɞɟɥɟɧɢɟɢɫɤɪɨɛɟɡɨɩɚɫɧɵɯɧɟɢɫɤɪɨɛɟɡɨɩɚɫɧɵɯɫɢɝɧɚɥɨɜ,
ɢɧɬɟɪɮɟɣɫɵ, ɪɟɡɟɪɜɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɟ, ɫɪɟɞɚɩɟɪɟɞɚɱɢɞɚɧɧɵɯ)
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɩɨɞɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɣ ɨɫɧɨɜɧɵɦɩɪɢɧɰɢɩɚɦɢɌɍ (Ɋɚɫɫɦɨɬɪɟɬɶ: ɠɢɞɤɨɫɬɢ /
ɩɚɪɵ / ɮɭɧɤɰɢɨɧɚɥɶɧɨɫɬɶ / ɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɵ / ɧɨɦɢɧɚɥɶɧɵɟɡɧɚɱɟɧɢɹ/ ɨɛɳɭɸɩɪɢɝɨɞɧɨɫɬɶ)
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
21. Ɉɛɳɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɱɢɯɫɯɟɦ / ɝɪɚɮɢɤɨɜ/ ɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɣɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɞɟɣɫɬɜɢɟɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ʉɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɱɟɪɬɟɠɚɭɞɨɜɥɟɬɜɨɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
e.

ɋɬɪ 29
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

ɈȻɓȿɋɌɊɈɂɌȿɅɖɇɕȿ/ɄɈɇɋɌɊɍɄɐɂɈɇɇɕȿɊȺȻɈɌɕ

ɇɚɡɜɚɧɢɟ
ɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
ʋɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ Ɏɚɡɚ
Ɇɟɫɬɨɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢ Ⱦɚɬɚ
ɟ
ɋɬɚɪɲɢɣ ɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ- ȼɟɞɭɳɢɣ ɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ-
ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶ ɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɬɨɪ
ɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɬɨɪ

ȺȾɆɂɇ ɂɋɌɊȺ ɌɂȼɇɕɃȺ ɍȾɂɌ – ɉ ɊɈȼȿ Ɋ Ɉ ɑɇ ɕɃɅ ɂɋ Ɍ

57. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ– ɨɫɧɨɜɧɨɣɲɬɚɬɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɛɵɥɨɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧ


ɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. Ɏɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɝɪɭɩɩɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɬɨɤɨɥɵɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɩɨɞɝɨɬɨɜɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɨɫɨɛɵɨɛɦɟɧɚɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɟɣɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b.
c.
58. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
ɋɬɪ 30
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

a. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɮɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚȾɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɨɧɧɭɸɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɭɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɨɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɢɢɤɨɧɮɢɞɟɧɰɢɚɥɶɧɨɫɬɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɝɭɥɹɪɧɵɟɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɨɞɢɥɢɫɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɡɧɚɤɨɦɵɫɨɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɚɦɢɉɈɩɨɞɪɹɞɱɢɤɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɨɫɜɟɞɨɦɥɟɧɵɨɛɨɫɨɛɵɯɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɯɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
h. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɡɧɚɸɬɞɟɣɫɬɜɭɸɳɭɸɪɟɞɚɤɰɢɸɌɍɢɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɨɜɌɒɈ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
i. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵ ɡɧɚɸɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɢɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɣɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝɢɱɧɨɫɬɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:
a.
b.
c.

d.
e.
f.

g.
59. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɍɍ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɇɚɥɢɱɢɟɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɬɚɤɢɯɤɚɤɨɬɱɟɬɵɢɫɯɟɦɵɬɨɩɨɝɪɚɮɢɱɟɫɤɢɯ
ɢɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɣɢɫɩɨɥɧɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɟɱɟɪɬɟɠɢɫɭɳɟɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɨɛɴɟɤɬɨɜ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɉɥɚɧɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɉȼɉ – ɜɤɥɸɱɚɟɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɭɸɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɸɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɋɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɭɬɜɟɪɠɞɟɧɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
ɋɬɪ 31
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

a.

b.
c.
d.
e.

f.
60. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɡɚɞɚɱɢɩɨɢɬɨɝɚɦɤɨɬɨɪɵɯɨɧɢɞɨɥɠɧɵɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɢɬɶɢɬɨɝɨɜɵɟ
ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

61. Ƚɪɚɮɢɤɪɚɛɨɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

62. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɰɟɥɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

63. Ʉɪɢɜɵɟɩɪɨɝɪɟɫɫɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɢɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜ ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɭɩɨ


ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

64. ɉɪɢɦɟɧɢɦɵɟɲɚɛɥɨɧɵɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

65. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟ ɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɦɢ


ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɦɢɞɚɧɧɵɦɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɨɯɨɞɟɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɫɢɫɬɟɦɟ
ɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚɦɢ ɧɚɩɪIn-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart Plant Materials)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

ɋɬɪ 32
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

66. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɦ
ɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɦɡɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚɢɥɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ ɧɚɩɪSAP, ɫɚɣɬSharePoint)

Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

67. ɋɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ ɬɜɟɪɞɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ – ɤɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵ

22. Ɍɍ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɜɨɩɪɨɫɨɜɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɭɬɨɱɧɟɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ

Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
23. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɨɬɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
24. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
x ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɧɚɩɪɟɞɦɟɬɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɢɹɧɟɫɚɧɤɰɢɨɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɨɝɨɉɈɢɥɢɬɚɛɥɢɰɢ
ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɉɈɬɚɛɥɢɰɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɟɜɟɪɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɉɈ MEP-0004)
a. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɜɧɚɥɢɱɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɪɨɜɟɧɶɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɜɟɞɭɳɢɦɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
ɋɬɪ 33
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

25. ɗɥɟɤɬɪɨɧɧɚɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ
a. ɋɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɟɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɮɚɣɥɨɜɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɍɟɤɭɳɢɟɮɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵɨɬɦɟɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
26. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
27. Ⱥɪɯɢɜɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɚɩɟɱɚɬɶ³Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɨ´ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ʉɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢɭɱɬɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
28. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɚɜɚɪɢɣɧɨɝɨɜɨɫɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɢɹ
a. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɜɫɟɬɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɧɚɥɨɤɚɥɶɧɵɯɞɢɫɤɚɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɦɟɟɬɫɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɪɟɡɟɪɜɧɨɝɨɤɨɩɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ

ɋɬɪ 34
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹ ɥɢ ɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ?

Ɍȿɏɇ ɂɑȿɋɄɂɃȺɇȺɅɂɁ – ɉ ɊɈȼ ȿ ɊɈ ɑɇ ɕ Ƀ  Ʌɂɋ Ɍ

Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɟɞɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɞɥɹɬɨɝɨɱɬɨɛɵɭɛɟɞɢɬɶɫɹɱɬɨɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɟɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟ
ɪɟɲɟɧɢɹɨɛɨɫɧɨɜɚɧɵɢɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɢɰɟɥɨɫɬɧɨɫɬɶɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɭɫɦɨɬɪɟɧɵ ɞɨɥɠɧɵɦɨɛɪɚɡɨɦɢɜ
ɩɨɥɧɨɣɦɟɪɟ Ɍɚɤɠɟɟɝɨɰɟɥɶɸɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɢɟɨɛɥɚɫɬɟɣɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɢɥɢɧɟ
ɭɱɬɟɧɧɵɯɜɨɛɴɟɦɟɪɚɛɨɬɧɨɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɜɧɟɝɨ Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɧɟɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹ
ɞɟɬɚɥɶɧɨɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɣɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɨɣɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ
ɉɟɪɟɞɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɟɦɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɝɨɚɧɚɥɢɡɚɥɢɰɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɹɳɟɟɟɝɨɞɨɥɠɧɨɩɨɥɭɱɢɬɶɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɟɨ
ɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɯɮɚɤɬɨɪɚɯɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɬɚɤɢɯɤɚɤɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɝɪɚɮɢɤɫɬɨɢɦɨɫɬɶɤɨɩɢɹɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɟɝɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɢ
ɫɬɪɚɬɟɝɢɢɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ ɧɚɩɪɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜɜɵɩɭɫɤɚɟɬɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɚɹɝɪɭɩɩɚ ɬɤɨɧɢɜɥɢɹɸɬ
ɧɚɝɥɭɛɢɧɭɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɢɜɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣ ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɢɜɰɟɥɨɦɧɚɫɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
22. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɟɜɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹɨɛɳɟɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɯɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɨɧɧɵɯɪɚɛɨɬ

Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

23. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɨɨɛɳɟɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɵɦɢɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɨɧɧɵɦɪɚɛɨɬɚɦ – ɜ
ɫɥɟɞɭɸɳɟɦɩɨɪɹɞɤɟ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɪɢɬɟɪɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɍɍ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɑɟɪɬɟɠɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟ ɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

d.
e.
f.
24. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ (ɮɭɧɞɚɦɟɧɬɵ, ɦɟɬɚɥɥɨɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢ, ɦɚɲɢɧɧɵɣɚɧɚɥɢɡ)

ɋɬɪ 35
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

a. Ɏɨɪɦɚɬɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɣ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɇɟɬɨɞɢɤɚɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵ/ɡɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɫɜɹɡɶɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
25. Ɍɍ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɥɢɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɌɍɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚ? Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

d.
26. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚ ɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜ ɚɧɚɥɢɡɚ©ɜɩɪɨɰɟɫɫɟɷɤɫɩɥɭɚɬɚɰɢɢª (ɞɥɹɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɣɜɢɯ
ɨɤɨɧɱɚɬɟɥɶɧɨɦɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɢ)
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹ/ɉɪɢɛɥɢɠɟɧɧɵɟɡɧɚɱɟɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɏɨɪɦɚɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɣɨɩɨɪɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɧɵɟɨɫɧɨɜɧɵɟɧɚɝɪɭɡɤɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɧɵɟɤɨɦɛɢɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɟɧɚɝɪɭɡɤɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

ɋɬɪ 36
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

a.

b.
c.
d.
e.

f.

27. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜɚɧɚɥɢɡɚ©ɜɩɪɨɰɟɫɫɟɷɤɫɩɥɭɚɬɚɰɢɢª(ɜɤɥɸɱɚɹɩɟɪɟɜɨɡɤɭ
ɝɪɭɡɨɩɨɞɴɟɦɧɵɟɪɚɛɨɬɵɢɬɞ)
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɉɪɢɛɥɢɠɟɧɧɵɟɡɧɚɱɟɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɏɨɪɦɚɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɣɨɩɨɪɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɧɵɟɨɫɧɨɜɧɵɟɧɚɝɪɭɡɤɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɧɵɟɤɨɦɛɢɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɟɧɚɝɪɭɡɤɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
e.

f.
28. ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɯɚɧɚɥɢɡɨɜ (ɧɚɩɪ ɚɧɚɥɢɡ ɭɫɬɚɥɨɫɬɧɵɯ
ɯɚɪɚɤɬɟɪɢɫɬɢɤ, ɫɟɣɫɦɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɚɧɚɥɢɡɩɨɫɥɟɞɫɬɜɢɣɜɡɪɵɜɚ)
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɉɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɹɢɫɨɝɥɚɫɨɜɚɧɢɟɫɡɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɨɦɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɵɫɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɭɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɧɨɣɦɟɬɨɞɢɤɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹ/ɉɪɢɛɥɢɠɟɧɧɵɟɡɧɚɱɟɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɏɨɪɦɚɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɣɨɩɨɪɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɇɚɝɪɭɡɤɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ɋɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
ɋɬɪ 37
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

c.

d.
e.
f.
29. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɨɬɱɟɬɨɜ
a. Ɉɬɱɟɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɸɫɨɞɟɪɠɢɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɵɟɪɚɫɱɟɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɐɟɥɶɨɬɱɟɬɚɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɉɫɧɨɜɚɧɢɟɢɞɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɉɬɧɨɲɟɧɢɟɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɢɯɜɡɚɢɦɨɫɜɹɡɚɧɧɵɯɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɥɶɧɨɨɮɨɪɦɥɟɧɨ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ⱦɪɭɝɨɟ ɨɩɢɫɚɧɢɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.

e.
f.
30. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɞɟɣɫɬɜɢɟɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ʉɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɱɟɪɬɟɠɚɭɞɨɜɥɟɬɜɨɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ȼɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɢɫɩɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɦɢɥɢɫɬɤɚɦɢ (ɪɚɡɪɚɛɨɬɚɧɧɵɦɢ ɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣɝɪɭɩɩɨɣ
ɩɨɞɪɹɞɱɢɤɚɫɭɤɚɡɚɧɢɟɦɧɨɪɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹɢɫɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɱɧɵɯɞɥɹ
ɤɚɠɞɨɝɨɬɢɩɚɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

ɋɬɪ 38
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

d.

e.

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ɇɚɡɜɚɧɢɟ
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ʋɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ Ɏɚɡɚ
Ɇɟɫɬɨɩɨɥɨɠɟɧɢɟ Ⱦɚɬɚ
ɋɬɚɪɲɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ- ȼɟɞɭɳɢɣɢɧɠɟɧɟɪ-
ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝ ɬɟɯɧɨɥɨɝ

ȺȾɆɂɇ ɂɋɌɊȺ ɌɂȼɇɕɃȺ ɍȾɂɌ – ɉ ɊɈȼȿ Ɋ Ɉ ɑɇ ɕɃɅ ɂɋ Ɍ

68. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ– ɨɫɧɨɜɧɨɣɲɬɚɬɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɛɵɥɨɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧ


ɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. Ɏɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɬɨɤɨɥɵɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɩɨɞɝɨɬɨɜɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɋɩɨɫɨɛɵɨɛɦɟɧɚɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɟɣɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ :
a.
b

c.
69. Ɉɡɧɚɤɨɦɥɟɧɢɟɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɜɩɨɞɚɧɧɨɣɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟɫɩɪɨɟɤɬɨɦ
a. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ

ɋɬɪ 39
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

b. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɮɚɤɬɨɪɵɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɨɪɝɚɧɢɡɚɰɢɨɧɧɭɸɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɭɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɨɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɢɢɤɨɧɮɢɞɟɧɰɢɚɥɶɧɨɫɬɢ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɝɭɥɹɪɧɵɟɫɨɜɟɳɚɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɨɞɢɥɢɫɶ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɡɧɚɤɨɦɵɫɨɫɬɚɧɞɚɪɬɚɦɢɉɈɩɨɞɪɹɞɱɢɤɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɨɫɜɟɞɨɦɥɟɧɵɨɛɨɫɨɛɵɯɬɪɟɛɨɜɚɧɢɹɯɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ :
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
70. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ
a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɍɍ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɇɚɥɢɱɢɟɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɯɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɉɥɚɧɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɉȼɉ – ɜɤɥɸɱɚɟɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɭɸɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɸɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. ɋɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɚɪɚɡɛɢɜɤɢɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɭɬɜɟɪɠɞɟɧɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.

ɋɬɪ 40
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

e.

f.
71. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɵɡɚɞɚɱɢɩɨɢɬɨɝɚɦɤɨɬɨɪɵɯɨɧɢɞɨɥɠɧɵɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɢɬɶɢɬɨɝɨɜɵɟ
ɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

72. Ƚɪɚɮɢɤɪɚɛɨɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

73. ɍɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɱɟɬɤɨɡɧɚɸɬɰɟɥɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

74. Ʉɪɢɜɵɟɩɪɨɝɪɟɫɫɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɚɢɪɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɨɜ ɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɜɟɞɭɳɟɦɭɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɭɩɨ


ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

75. ɉɪɢɦɟɧɢɦɵɟɲɚɛɥɨɧɵɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɵɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɚɦɝɪɭɩɩɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

76. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɩɨɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɸ
ɩɪɨɟɤɬɧɵɦɢɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɦɢɞɚɧɧɵɦɢɩɪɟɞɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɸɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɨɯɨɞɟɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ
ɫɢɫɬɟɦɟɭɩɪɚɜɥɟɧɢɹɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɚɦɢ(ɧɚɩɪIn-Control/Smart Plant Foundation/Smart Plant
Materials)
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

77. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɭɱɚɫɬɧɢɤɢɝɪɭɩɩɵɩɪɨɲɥɢɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɨɟɨɛɭɱɟɧɢɟɫɩɟɰɢɚɥɢɡɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɵɦ
ɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɦɡɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚɢɥɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ ɧɚɩɪSAP, ɫɚɣɬ SharePoint)
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɣɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɣ:

ɋɬɪ 41
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

78. ɋɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɟ ɬɜɟɪɞɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ – ɤɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵ

29. Ɍɍ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
30. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟɨɬɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
31. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ (ɬɟɩɥɨɜɨɣɢɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɶɧɵɣɛɚɥɚɧɫ, ɝɢɞɪɚɜɥɢɤɚ, ɩɟɪɟɩɚɞ ɞɚɜɥɟɧɢɹ
ɤɨɦɩɶɸɬɟɪɧɨɟɦɨɞɟɥɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɟ)

x ɉɪɨɜɟɪɤɚɧɚɩɪɟɞɦɟɬɢɫɩɨɥɶɡɨɜɚɧɢɹɧɟɫɚɧɤɰɢɨɧɢɪɨɜɚɧɧɨɝɨɉɈɢɥɢɬɚɛɥɢɰɢ
ɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɢɹɉɈɬɚɛɥɢɰɩɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɟɜɟɪɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɉɈ MEP-0004)
a. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɜɧɚɥɢɱɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɪɨɰɟɞɭɪɚɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɢɹɪɚɫɱɟɬɨɜɫɨɛɥɸɞɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɍɪɨɜɟɧɶɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɢɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɜɟɞɭɳɢɦɢɧɠɟɧɟɪɨɦ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
32. ɗɥɟɤɬɪɨɧɧɚɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜ
a. ɋɨɝɥɚɫɧɨɫɬɪɭɤɬɭɪɟɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɯɪɚɧɟɧɢɹɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɨɜɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɋɩɢɫɨɤɮɚɣɥɨɜɢɦɟɟɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɍɟɤɭɳɢɟɮɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɢɦɟɸɬɫɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɦɟɳɟɧɧɵɟɮɚɣɥɵɨɬɦɟɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
ɋɬɪ 42
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.
33. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ɉɪɢɝɢɧɚɥɵ ɫɩɟɱɚɬɹɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɩɨɞɩɢɫɚɧɵɢɞɚɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɵ ɫɡɚɦɟɱɚɧɢɹɦɢɜɵɞɟɥɟɧɧɵɦɢɤɪɚɫɧɵɦ
ɰɜɟɬɨɦ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
34. Ⱥɪɯɢɜɧɵɣɮɚɣɥɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. Ʉɨɧɬɪɨɥɶɧɵɟɤɨɩɢɢ ɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɉɨɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɚɩɟɱɚɬɶ³Ɂɚɦɟɧɟɧɨ´ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ʉɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢɭɱɬɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
35. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɫɢɫɬɟɦɵɚɜɚɪɢɣɧɨɝɨɜɨɫɫɬɚɧɨɜɥɟɧɢɹ
a. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɜɫɟɬɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ɏɚɣɥɵɞɚɧɧɵɯɧɚɥɨɤɚɥɶɧɵɯɞɢɫɤɚɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɦɟɟɬɫɹɫɢɫɬɟɦɚɪɟɡɟɪɜɧɨɝɨɤɨɩɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɫɪɟɞɫɬɜɚɡɚɳɢɬɵɨɬɫɥɭɱɚɣɧɨɝɨɫɬɢɪɚɧɢɹɞɚɧɧɵɯ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.

c.
d.

ɋɬɪ 43
ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

Ɍȿɏɇ ɂɑȿɋɄɂɃȺɇȺɅɂɁ  – ɉ ɊɈȼ ȿ ɊɈ ɑɇ ɕ Ƀ  Ʌɂɋ Ɍ

Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɩɪɟɞɧɚɡɧɚɱɟɧɞɥɹɬɨɝɨɱɬɨɛɵɭɛɟɞɢɬɶɫɹɱɬɨɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɟɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɟ
ɪɟɲɟɧɢɹɨɛɨɫɧɨɜɚɧɵɢɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɢɰɟɥɨɫɬɧɨɫɬɶɤɨɧɫɬɪɭɤɰɢɢɩɪɟɞɭɫɦɨɬɪɟɧɵ ɞɨɥɠɧɵɦɨɛɪɚɡɨɦɢɜ
ɩɨɥɧɨɣɦɟɪɟ Ɍɚɤɠɟɟɝɨɰɟɥɶɸɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹɨɩɪɟɞɟɥɟɧɢɟɨɛɥɚɫɬɟɣɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢɢɥɢɧɟ
ɭɱɬɟɧɧɵɯɜɨɛɴɟɦɟɪɚɛɨɬɧɨɬɪɟɛɭɸɳɢɯɜɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹ ɜɧɟɝɨ Ⱦɚɧɧɵɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɣɚɧɚɥɢɡɧɟɹɜɥɹɟɬɫɹ
ɞɟɬɚɥɶɧɨɣɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɣɩɪɨɜɟɪɤɨɣɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ
ɉɟɪɟɞɩɪɨɜɟɞɟɧɢɟɦɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɝɨɚɧɚɥɢɡɚɥɢɰɨɩɪɨɜɨɞɹɳɟɟɟɝɨɞɨɥɠɧɨɩɨɥɭɱɢɬɶɩɪɟɞɫɬɚɜɥɟɧɢɟɨ
ɤɥɸɱɟɜɵɯɮɚɤɬɨɪɚɯɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɬɚɤɢɯɤɚɤɤɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɝɪɚɮɢɤɫɬɨɢɦɨɫɬɶɤɨɩɢɹɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɟɝɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ ɢ
ɫɬɪɚɬɟɝɢɢɪɟɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ ɧɚɩɪɫɩɟɰɢɮɢɤɚɰɢɢɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɨɜɜɵɩɭɫɤɚɟɬɫɬɪɨɢɬɟɥɶɧɚɹɝɪɭɩɩɚ ɬɤɨɧɢɜɥɢɹɸɬ
ɧɚɝɥɭɛɢɧɭɢɧɮɨɪɦɚɰɢɢɜɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɢɜɰɟɥɨɦɧɚɫɩɢɫɨɤɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɭ
31. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɟɜɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:

32. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɢɬɨɝɨɜɨɣɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɰɢɢ– ɜɫɥɟɞɭɸɳɟɦɩɨɪɹɞɤɟ


a. ɂɫɯɨɞɧɵɟɞɚɧɧɵɟɞɥɹɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. Ʉɪɢɬɟɪɢɢɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɍɍɢɥɢɫɬɤɢɬɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɢɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ɉɛɴɟɦɪɚɛɨɬ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
g. Ɂɚɩɪɨɫɵɧɚɦɚɬɟɪɢɚɥɵɢɥɢɭɫɥɭɝɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
h. Ɍɟɯɧɢɱɟɫɤɚɹɨɰɟɧɤɚ ɬɟɧɞɟɪɧɨɝɨɩɪɟɞɥɨɠɟɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
i. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɞɚɧɧɵɯɩɨɫɬɚɜɳɢɤɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
j. Ʉɨɦɩɥɟɤɬɵɦɟɯɚɧɢɱɟɫɤɨɝɨɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
k. Ƚɪɭɡɨɩɨɞɴɟɦɧɨɟɨɛɨɪɭɞɨɜɚɧɢɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
l. ɈȼɄȼ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.

b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
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ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

i.

j.
k.
l.
m.

n.
o.
33. Ɋɚɫɱɟɬɵ
a. Ɏɨɪɦɚɬɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɣ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ ɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ⱦɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɇɟɬɨɞɢɤɚɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɋɟɡɭɥɶɬɚɬɵɡɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɞɟɣɫɬɜɢɟɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢɩɪɨɜɟɪɟɧɨ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.

d.
e.
f.
34. Ɍɍ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɥɢɫɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɸɳɢɟɌɍɁɚɤɚɡɱɢɤɚ? Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
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ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

35. ȺɧɚɥɢɡɢɫɫɥɟɞɨɜɚɧɢɣɉɈ
ɂɦɟɸɬɫɹɞɭɛɥɢɪɭɸɳɢɟɪɚɫɱɟɬɵɜɵɩɨɥɧɟɧɧɵɟɜɪɭɱɧɭɸ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ

36. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɨɬɱɟɬɨɜ
a. Ɉɬɱɟɬɩɨɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɸɫɨɞɟɪɠɢɬɧɟɨɛɯɨɞɢɦɵɟɪɚɫɱɟɬɵ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɐɟɥɶɨɬɱɟɬɚɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɚ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. Ɉɫɧɨɜɚɧɢɟɢɞɨɩɭɳɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɂɚɤɥɸɱɟɧɢɹɢɡɥɨɠɟɧɵ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ɉɬɧɨɲɟɧɢɟɩɪɟɞɵɞɭɳɢɯɜɡɚɢɦɨɫɜɹɡɚɧɧɵɯɨɬɱɟɬɨɜɞɨɤɭɦɟɧɬɚɥɶɧɨɨɮɨɪɦɥɟɧɨ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
f. Ⱦɪɭɝɨɟ ɨɩɢɫɚɧɢɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

f.

37. Ⱥɧɚɥɢɡɱɟɪɬɟɠɟɣ
a. ɋɨɨɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭɟɬɤɪɢɬɟɪɢɹɦɩɪɨɟɤɬɢɪɨɜɚɧɢɹ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
b. ɂɫɬɨɱɧɢɤɢɫɬɚɬɭɫɜɜɨɞɧɵɯɞɚɧɧɵɯɤɨɪɪɟɤɬɧɵɟ
Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
c. ȼɡɚɢɦɨɞɟɣɫɬɜɢɟɫɞɪɭɝɢɦɢɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
d. Ɍɪɟɛɭɟɦɵɣɭɪɨɜɟɧɶɞɟɬɚɥɢɡɚɰɢɢ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
e. Ʉɚɱɟɫɬɜɨɱɟɪɬɟɠɚɭɞɨɜɥɟɬɜɨɪɢɬɟɥɶɧɨɟ Ⱦɚ ɇɟɬ
Ʉɪɚɬɤɢɟɤɨɦɦɟɧɬɚɪɢɢ:
a.
b.
c.
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ɉɊɂɅɈɀȿɇɂȿ 5
ɉɪɨɜɟɪɨɱɧɵɟɥɢɫɬɤɢɩɨ
ɞɢɫɰɢɩɥɢɧɚɦɞɥɹɤɨɥɥɟɝɢɚɥɶɧɨɝɨ
ɚɭɞɢɬɚɩɪɨɟɤɬɚ

d.

e.

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