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Sample Project APS

Revision Sheet

Date Version Comments / Remarks


Nov 2015 2.1 First Release
June 2016 2.1.Fix 3 Mining added
July 2016 2.1.Fix 4 Terrain added
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Contents Page

AVEVA Everything3DTM 2.1


Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:1
Assumptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:1
Guide Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:2

Sample Model Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:1


Sample Model Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:3
Sample Model - Specific Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:11

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Introduction

1 Introduction

The AVEVA Everything 3D™ 2.1 sample project (APS) is intended to provide examples of
the various disciplines and functionality available within the product.
APS provides examples of how a designer would create the different discipline elements
within a plant.
APS is not intended as a template to provide detailed engineering solutions to specific
problems.

1.1 Assumptions
The Sample Project APS has been written for users familiar with design practices, who may
or may not have prior knowledge of the application.
It is assumed that:
• Users have a valid licence and the software has been installed.
• Users know how to launch the application.

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1.2 Guide Structure


The Sample Project APS is divided into the following sections:

Introduction Explains the Sample Project to the user.

Sample Model Structure Explains the structure and gives examples.

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2 Sample Model Structure

The Sample Model has discipline specific users that can be used to enter the model. Each
user has its own password and will have restricted access rights within the model according
to its discipline.
When the user enters AVEVA Everything3D™ 2.1 the Login screen is displayed.

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A table of these users and passwords is shown below.

User Name Access Description Password


SYSTEM Free System Administrator XXXXXX
CABLEMAN General Cabling and Cableway User CABLE
CATMAN General Catalogue User CATA
CIVILMAN General Civils User CIVIL
DRAWADMIN General Draughtsperson DRAFT
DESIGNADMIN General Design Engineer DESIGN
ELECENG General Electrical Engineer (TAGS) TAGS
ELECMAN General Electrical User ELEC
EQUIPMAN General Equipment User EQUIP
HVACENG General HVAC Engineer (TAGS) TAGS
HVACMAN General HVAC User HVAC
INSTENG General Instrument Engineer (TAGS) TAGS
MDS General Multi-Discipline Supports User MDS
MECHENG General Mechanical Engineer (TAGS) TAGS
MININGMAN General Miner User MINE
PIPEENG General Piping Engineer (TAGS) TAGS
PIPEPROCENG General Piping Process Engineer (TAGS) TAGS
PIPER General Piping User PIPE
PIPESTRESSENG General Piping Stress Engineer (TAGS) TAGS
PROCENG General Process Engineer PROC
ROOMMAN General Rooms and Layouts User ROOM
SDNF General OpenSteel Interface User SDNF
SPOOLERMAN General Spooling User SPOOL
STEELMAN General Structural User STEEL
SUPPORTMAN General Support User SUPPORT
TAGSADMIN General Engineering TAGS Administrator TAGS
TAGSP General User for Engineering (TAGS) Power TAGSP
STRUADMIN General Structures Administrator STRUADMIN

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There are six MDB's available for the user to use.

ALL A metric version of the sample model.

ALLIMP A copy of metric version of the sample model which has not been
semi-imperialised via the units db. Full imperialisation is pending.

ENGINEERING A variation of the /ALL mdb to enable Flexible Explorer for use with
AVEVA’s Engineering Product.

MINING This MDB contains only sample data pertinent to the Mining
application and also incorporates Terrain model data.

SCHEMATICS A variation of the /ALL mdb to enable Flexible Explorer for use with
AVEVA’s Schematics Product.

SDNF This provides examples for the SDNF interface.

Note: Some data elements and some drawings will only be seen if you are in the Mining
MDB.

2.1 Sample Model Areas


The Sample Model is divided into seven areas,:
Area 01.
Area 02.
Area 03.
Area 04.
Area 05.
Area 06.
Area 07.
The user can add each of the seven areas to the graphical views quickly without having to
search through the model hierarchy. A Group World (GPWL) for each area has been
provided containing all the area elements.

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Area 01

Area 01 has both 3D and 2D data available, with Diagrams complimenting the data set.
Area 01 is predominantly a process area, with Equipment, Piping, Structural, Supports, Civil
and Cabling disciplines used to complete a plant layout.
The Piping has been completed in accordance with the supplied P&ID's. Pipe support
examples are used across Area 01. Stairs, Ladders and Handrails (SLH) components are
present in the design.

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Area 02

Area 02 has more emphasis on buildings and includes HVAC and Civil aspects of design.
Area 02 also includes a workshop building which has a firewater piping system modelled.

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Area 03
Area 03 is similar to Area01 but contains a number of pipes utilising a layout specification,
which are ideal for initially laying out a plant.
It represents a plant in an earlier phase of design and includes, for example, equipment,
piping, structures and cable tray in a more preliminary layout stage.

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Area 04
Reserved for Laser Sample Data.

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Area 05
Area 05 is a primary crushing area. It contains mining process equipment and is connected
via a conveyor system to the stockpile area.

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Area 06
Area 06 is a secondary crushing area containing mining secondary process equipment and
is connected via a conveyor from the stockpile area.

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Area 07
Area 07 is a stockpile area providing storage and supply to the secondary crushing area. It
is connected by belt conveyor to the secondary crushing building.
The plant layout in all areas was achieved using conveyor and standard mining equipment
functions within the Mining module. The Equipment and Structural modules were also used
to complete the model.

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2.2 Sample Model - Specific Examples


The following examples show Pipe Spools in Areas 01 and 03, Stairs, Ladders and
Handrails in Area 01, HVAC in Area 02, Cable Trays in Areas 01 and 02, Structures in
Areas 01 and 02, Cabling and Draw, Mining in Areas 05, 06 and 07

Pipe Spools
The following examples show pipes in Areas 01 and 03 that have been split into Pipe
Spools.

Area 01 - Pipe 200-B-4

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Area 03 Pipe 50-B-321

Area 03 Pipe 50-B-322

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Stairs, Ladders and Handrails


The following example shows SLH in Area 01.

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HVAC
The following example shows HVAC in Area 02.

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Cable Trays
The following example shows Cable Trays in Areas 01 and 02.

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Structures
The following example shows Structures in Area 01 and 02.

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Cabling
The following example shows Cabling.

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Mining
The following examples show conveyors, equipment, chutes and hoppers in areas Area 05
and Area 07. Items associated with the primary crusher, secondary crusher, chutes and
hoppers are considered along with sample drawings.

Area 05 - Standard Equipment and Conveyor


A02-AREA05-PRIMARY-CRUSHER.
A02-AREA05-DISCHARGE-CHUTE.
MINING-TRUCK.

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AREA05-CV_0001

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Area 07 - Standard Equipment and Conveyor


AREA07-RECLAIM-HOPPER-01
AREA07-TRANSFER-CHUTE-01

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AREA07-CV_0001
AREA07-CV_0002

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Terrain
The Mining data found in Areas 05, 06 and 07 lies upon Terrain model data (TerrainA/
DEF01/MOD01). The Terrain data is complete with defined Contours (Major and Minor) and
is split by a cell structure associated to a Reference Grid (TERRAIN-GRID). The Terrain
model is formed from (and referenced to) the supplied Terrain Definition (TerrainA/DEF01)
and Terrain Surface (TerrainA) found below the Terrain World TERRAIN-WORLD01.

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Grids
The model has a number of grids showing dimensions, grid annotations and elevations.
Example are shown below:

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Catalogue
The AVEVA Catalogue Project (ACP) is the sample AVEVA Catalogue and Specifications
project data to support the AVEVA Everything3DTM Plant product.

Note: All data in this project is provided as sample data and should be verified for product
use.

This catalogue contains data for all engineering disciplines used in the AVEVA Sample
Project.

A Structural and an Idlers Catalogue has been included in ACP for AVEVA Everything3DTM
2.1.

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Draw
Draw contains a number of sample drawings across the engineering disciplines. These can
be found in discipline specific directories in the Draw hierarchy.
The drawings include a variety of drawing types from Plot Plans and General Arrangements
through to detail drawings.
The drawings are accessed by clicking Open on the Home tab. That will open a browser to
access the drawings.

The Sample project has examples of the following drawings:


• General Arrangements for Areas 01, 02, 03, 05, 06 & 07.
• Piping Arrangements for Area 01.
• Pipe Sketches for Area 01.
• Pipe Support drawings for Area 02.
• Cable drawings and Isometrics for Area 01.
• Equipment Layout and detail drawings for Areas 01 and 03.
• HVAC detail drawings for Area 02.
• Structural Arrangement drawing for Area 01.
• Block Diagrams for general layout.
• Layout Primary Crushing.
• Layout Secondary Crushing.
• Layout Stockpile area.
• Equipment Area 05 Conveyors.
• Equipment Area 07 Conveyors.
Examples of some of the drawings can be seen below.

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