Advance 99 % practical Training:
Ability to use PDMS 11.6, 12.0, PDMS 12.1, Everything 3D (E3D)
Optional PDMS knowledge: PDMS Administration, PDMS Cats & Specs administrator
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PDMS Design Course syllabus
1.1. PDMS History:
What was before PDMS
Inventor of PDMS
Requirement of PDMS in Piping Industry.
1.2. Role & Responsibility of PDMS users in EPC :
Working level hierarchy
Role & Responsibility of PDMS Administrator
Role & Responsibility of PDMS Engineer.
Role & Responsibility of PDMS Designer.
1.3. Introduction to PDMS design, PDMS Login, PDMS Modules
1.3.1 Deals with the general settings, display settings, members, view settings and command window.
1.3.2. P & ID: Interpretation of drawing into 3D model as per P & ID and clients need
1.4. Introduction to PDMS Equipment modules – Different types of equipment
(b) Real life project case study of Equipment (Practical) – Using computer application for modelling
1.4.1 Introduction to creation of Equipment, primitives & Standard Equipment and cut-out Primitives.
1.4.2. How to Create Nozzle, Nozzle Placement, type of Nozzles, Nozzle Orientation, Nozzle Speciation Selection and Nozzle class selection.
1.4.3. Equipment co-ordination, Position of equipment and create & Modification of list. Creation of Standard Equipment in the library file, modifying the Property of the standard Equipment, Equipment Specification and Electrical Equipment.
Creation Working Plane, Creating deferent shape use with Extrusion primitives And Revolution Primitives, Creating Mitre Bends.
(c) Usage of the Model Editor Tool, How to use the Model Editor tool and model editor settings
1.5. Equipment assignment
2. Piping modelling
(a) 2.1. Piping modelling, Piping Modification, Consistency check, Clash check, Line report extraction.
2.2 How to create pipe, branch, and piping components using connect method, Deals with the pipe creation using explicit method, modification of pipe & branch and model editor commands
2.3 Orientation of component, branch connection, creating pipe assemblies, splitting pipe and isometric drawings.
2.4 Positioning of branch and piping components, maintaining bottom of pipe, and pipework toolbar.
(b) Real life project case study of piping (Practical) – Using computer application for modelling
2.5. Piping systems assignment
(a) 3. Structural Modelling
3. Beam and column, panel and plate, platform, handrail, ladder, stair case, wall and floor
3.1 How to set profile for section, create a section using sting method and regular structure.
3.2 How to create tower using regular structure, description about upper & lower s.o.p, bracing configuration and joint creation
3.3 Modification of sctn elements, creation of fittings and positioning of sctns
3.4 SCTN connection, orientation of structure, general settings and grid creation.
3.5 Creation of panel, negative extrusion, splitting of panel, positioning of panel and panel fitings and connections
3.6 Creation of wall & floor, modification of wall & floor, creation of fittings, position & orientation of wall and floor and connecting wall
3.7 Creation of platform & handrail, modification of platform & handrail and deletion of platform and handrail.
3.8 Creation & modification of stair flight, stair tower, ladder and circular platform @90°, 270°, 110°.
(b) Real life project case study of structural systems (Practical) – Using computer application for modelling
3.9. Structural systems assignment
(a) 4. HANGER and SUPPORT/HVAC Electrical cable tray
4.1 Creation of hangers and supports, modification of hanger configuration, positioning of support and general utilities.
4.2. HVAC and ELECTRICAL, Creation of hvac components, modification of hvac, positioning of duct and general utilities.
4.3. Creation and modification of cable tray components, positioning of trays and general utilities. Creation and modification of cableway, branch elements, routepoint, route node, route attachment points and material.
(b) Real life project case study of HANGER and SUPPORT/HVAC Electrical cable tray systems (Practical) – Using computer application for modelling
4.5. HANGER and SUPPORT/HVAC Electrical cable tray systems assignment
(a) 5. Isometric module-Drawing/Draft module- DRAWINGS/REPORTS
5.1isometric production, Creation of spool drawing, weld, spool break and isometric drawing of pipe, convert to DXF,DWG & DGN. Extraction of isodraft for shop or field fabrication, Extraction of Isometrics for stress analysis from isodraft,
5.2 Report generation (MTO) using template, creation of template modification of report and filter report.
5.3. Creation of department, sheet, user defined view, limits defined view, modification of sheet and view, creation of predefined frame.
5.4 Creation of 2d draft, shapes, symbols, text and modification of dynamic primitives and general utilities, Creation and modification of linear/angular dimension and labelling and Tagging. Creation of section flat, section perpendicular, stepped, hatching rules, converting to dwgformat and auto drawing production
5.5. Clash checking, clipping options utilities and colour settings
(b) Real life project case study of Isometric module-Drawing/Draft module- DRAWINGS/REPORTS systems (Practical) – Using computer application for modelling
5.6. Isometric module-Drawing/Draft module- DRAWINGS/REPORTS assignment
(a). Additional PDMS tools and tasks for PDMS designers 6.1. PDMS model to CAESAR II for Static and Dynamic Analysis as per client's deliverable requirements. Transform Piping from CAESAR II after Static and Dynamic back to PDMS as per deliverable requirements.
6.2. Transform Piping layouts, Equipment layouts from PDMS Draft to AutoCAD as per client's deliverable requirements
6.2. Transfer of 3D model from the graphic window of the design module to Draft module for Plot layout, general arrangement layout, proper accurate dimensioning and labelling in different views depending on the properties of the model or primitives
6.4. Exporting report to excel spread sheet
6.5. Introduction to command syntax, PML1 and PML2, dot Net frame work.
6.6. Saving PDMS work, exporting and importing finished job for others.
(b) Real life project case study for module 6 (Practical) – Using computer application for modelling
6.6. Module 6 Assignment
Module 7 – Typical real lifeProject to test participants’ knowledge and understanding of the training
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