Piping using Creo Parametric 2.0

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/04/2014 - 17/04/2014
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Location
PD Solutions Singapore Office

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Piping using Creo Parametric 2.0


Overview

Course Code: TRN-3910
Course Length: 3 Days

In this course, you will learn how to manually create (non-specification driven) mechanical piping designs using Creo Parametric 2.0. This includes learning how to configure pipelines, how to route pipelines, and how to insert pipe fittings such as valves and reducers. You will also learn how to create specification driven industrial piping designs using Creo Parametric 2.0. This includes learning how to use schematic diagrams created with Creo Schematics to drive 3-D industrial piping designs created within Creo Parametric 2.0.

Finally, you learn how to document piping designs by creating drawings that include BOM
tables, pipe bend tables, and engineering information, as well as how to export ISOGEN
format files for creating pipeline, spool and systems isometric drawings.

At the end of each module, you will complete a set of review questions to reinforce critical topics from that module. At the end of the course, you will complete a course assessment in Pro/FICIENCY intended to evaluate your understanding of the course as a whole


Course Objectives

    •  Understand the manual piping design process
    • Understand the specification-driven piping design process
    • Create piping assembly structures
    • Configure and route pipelines
    • Move and modify pipelines
    • Create pipe solids and fabricate pipes
    • Configure and insert fittings
    • Create piping report information
    • Create piping drawings
    • Configure a piping specification database
    • Configure project specific data files
    • Create specification-driven pipelines
    • Create schematic driven pipelines

Prerequisites

  • Introduction to Creo Parametric 2.0 or equivalent experience

Audience

This course is intended for engineers who are involved in the 3-D routing of mechanical piping systems and industrial piping systems


Agenda

Day 1

Day 1
Module 1 Introduction to Piping
Module 2 Creating Piping Assembly Structures
Module 3 Configuring and Routing Pipelines
Module 4 Moving and Modifying Pipelines
Module 5 Configuring and Inserting Fittings

Day 2
Module 6 Creating Solid Pipeline Models
Module 7 Gathering Piping Information
Module 8 Creating Piping Drawings
Module 9 Specification Database Overview
Module 10 Setting Up Specification Databases: Piping
Module 11 Setting Up Specification Databases: Fittings

Day 3
Module 12 General Master Catalog Files
Module 13 Configuring Project-Specific Data Files
Module 14 Specification-Driven Routing and Inserting Fittings
Module 15 Using Creo Schematics Process and Instrumentation Diagrams Data
Module 16 Schematic Driven Pipeline Modeling
Module 17 Using ISOGEN PCF Data


Course Content

Module 1. Introduction to Piping
i. Understanding Piping Design Methods
ii. Manual Piping Development Process
iii. Specification-Driven Piping Development Process
iv. Understanding Piping Terminology
v. Understanding 2-D Schematic Piping Designs
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 2. Creating Piping Assembly Structures
i. Planning Piping Assembly Structures
ii. Piping Assembly Structure: Sub-Assembly
iii. Piping Assembly Structure: No Sub-Assembly
iv. Piping Assembly Structure: Sub-Assemblies at Top Level
v. Understanding Piping Large Assembly Management Tools
vi. Creating and Configuring Piping Skeletons
vii. Sharing Routing Geometry
viii. Assembling Piping Components Using Component Interfaces
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 3. Configuring and Routing Pipelines
i. Understanding Pipeline Routing
ii. Configuring Non-Specification-Driven Pipelines
iii. Routing Pipelines
iv. Routing Flexible Hoses
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 4. Moving and Modifying Pipelines
i. Adding Points and Moving Pipe Segments
ii. Modifying Pipeline Routing
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 5. Configuring and Inserting Fittings
i. Understanding Fittings
ii. Creating Fittings
iii. Inserting Fittings
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 6. Creating Solid Pipeline Models
i. Creating Solid Pipes
ii. Extracting Models
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 7. Gathering Piping Information
i. Using Piping Reporting Tools
Knowledge Check Questions
Module 8. Creating Piping Drawings
i. Creating Piping Drawings
ii. Displaying Piping Report Parameters
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 9. Specification Database Overview
i. Understanding the Piping Specification Database
ii. Master Catalog Directory and File Structure: Pipes
iii. Master Catalog Directory and File Structure: Fittings
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 10. Setting Up Specification Databases: Piping
i. Piping Master Catalog Directory File
ii. Pipe Design Master Catalog Files
iii. Pipe Manufacture Directory File
iv. Pipe Manufacture Master Catalog Files
v. Bend Machine Master Catalog Files
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 11. Setting Up Specification Databases: Fittings
i. Fitting Master Catalog Files
ii. Mapping Catalog Data to Fittings
iii. Understanding Fitting Libraries and Fitting Models
iv. Configuring Specification-Driven Fittings
v. Bolt Nut Master Catalog Files
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 12. General Master Catalog Files
i. Master Catalog Files: Piping Material File
ii. End Compatibility File
iii. Insulation Files
iv. Combined Size Code File
v. Units System File
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 13. Configuring Project-Specific Data Files
i. Configuring Auto-Selection Files
ii. Configuring Specification Directory Files
iii. Insulation Directory Files
iv. Fitting Category Map Files
v. Configuring Piping Config.pro Options
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 14. Specification-Driven Routing and Inserting Fittings
i. Specification-Driven Pipeline Routing
ii. Specification-Driven Fitting Insertion
iii. Design Rules
iv. Routing Continuous Fittings
v. Non-Break Fittings
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 15. Using Creo Schematics Process and Instrumentation Diagrams Data
i. Process and Instrumentation Diagrams Overview
ii. Creo Schematics Concepts and Terminology
iii. Investigating Process and Instrumentation Diagrams
iv. Exporting Design Information
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 16. Schematic Driven Pipeline Modeling
i. Designating Schematic Information
ii. Routing Pipelines Using Schematic Information
iii. Inserting Fittings Using Schematic Information
iv. Schematic Consistency Check Report
v. Updating Piping Designs from Creo Schematics
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 17. Using ISOGEN PCF Data
i. Creating ISOGEN PCF Data
Knowledge Check Questions

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