Piping Generic Data Female Sheet - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data

Intergraph Smart 3D Material Handling Reference Data

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory_custom
Reference Data
Version_S3D
11.x(2016)

The Piping Generic Data Female sheet in the AllCommon.xls workbook defines generic data for female piping ends.

Nominal Piping Diameter

Type the nominal piping diameter for the female end.

Nominal Diameter Units

Specify the units for the NPD column. For example, type mm or in.

Pressure Rating

Type the pressure rating code for the female end. Note that the pressure rating is used as the basis of the female end generic data, if the schedule is undefined. Typically, a female fitting will not be defined with both a pressure rating and a schedule value.

The Pressure Rating property defines the envelope of pressure to which the female end may be subjected. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the Pressure Rating sheet in the Codelist Number column.

End Preparation

Type the end preparation code for the female end. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the End Preparation sheet in the Codelist Number column.

End Standard

Type the end standard code for the female end. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the End Standard sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Schedule

Type the schedule (or thickness) for the female end. This value is required only for those female ends where the female end generic data is determined on the basis of the schedule and not the pressure rating.

The schedule is used as the basis of the female end generic data, if the pressure rating is undefined. Typically, a female fitting is not defined with both a pressure rating and a schedule value.

Socket Diameter

Type the socket, or thread, diameter of the female end.

Socket Depth

Type the socket depth for the female end.

This property also represents the "length through hub" dimension for the non-bolted end of slip-on flanges. Otherwise, the existence of a value for socket depth and socket offset will indicate a socket-welded end.

Socket Offset

Type the offset of the socket for the female end. The typical engineering practice is a 1/16" offset.

Thread Depth

Type the depth of the exposed threads for the female end. The existence of a value for thread depth indicates a threaded end.

Hub Outside Diameter

Type the hub outside diameter of the female end.

This data is optional because it is generally not represented as a standard. You can provide this data for those situations where a detailed representation of the female end is required.

Hub Thickness

Type the hub thickness of the female end.

This data is optional because it is generally not represented as a standard. You can provide this data for those situations in which a detailed representation of the female end is required.

Body Outside Diameter

Type the outside diameter of the body of the fitting at the female end. If you do not define a value here, the outside diameter must be available in the plain piping generic data for the same value of the end standard property.

You can still choose to define the body outside diameter with the piping commodity part data (or piping specialty part data or instrument part data) for certain fittings. This actual body outside diameter is required for rack piping to match the bottom pipe of the adjacent straight runs, not only for aesthetic purposes, but also to ensure that if the body portion of the component rests on steel, the correct centerline is maintained. Using inaccurate data, in some cases, will cause false interferences to be reported, and, in other cases, leave diameter mismatches with adjacent piping.

See Also

AllCommon Sheets and Disciplines
AllCommon Sheets