Pipe insulation / equipment obstruction in Aveva Marine Draft

Discussion in 'Software' started by kaptcatb, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. kaptcatb
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    kaptcatb Junior Member

    Hello all ,

    is there away to show pipe insulation / obrustion in Aveva Marine Draft or it's impossible ?
    I looked in Marine Draft tutorial / help / web , but don't find ( I say again if it's possible) how to do that . I'm using Aveva 12.1 SP3

    Thank you in advance
     
  2. Mikeemc
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    Mikeemc Junior Member

    Most pipes use color code , insulated , use a stripe or dash for insulation with the color code of designed pipe.
     
  3. kaptcatb
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    kaptcatb Junior Member

    Hello Mike ,

    can you explain more in detail how this can be done automaticaly in Marine Draft ? For example every systems has it's own color code and some of them ( heating , cooling , exhaust + etc. ) are insulated .
     
  4. Mikeemc
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    Mikeemc Junior Member

    I'm not that geeky , sorry, don't know the program , color pipe coding is international, email the program maker and see if theres a pach or use the electrical color code in a pinch, just make the pipe bold .
     

  5. pdmsvn
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    pdmsvn Junior Member


    Hope this Tutorial can help, anyway this post was in the past.
     
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