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Carsten Beinecke

OG9735: Spec-Driven P&IDs and How You Link P&ID and 3D

(Duration 57:52)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover the advantages of a spec-driven P&ID
  • Learn how to create a BOM from your P&IDs
  • Learn how to bring P&ID data over to 3D
  • Discover inconsistencies between P&ID and 3D

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

With the app PlantSpecDriven, we will show how you can have a spec-driven P&ID and how you can use the P&ID data for 3D piping. We will show you how easy it is to get your pipe spec data into P&ID and how you can use it to create bills of materials from P&ID. Do you want flanges, gaskets, and/or collars with your P&ID? No problem—use the P&ID drawings as the basis for your 3D piping and have the P&ID symbols and 3D piping elements linked and constantly compared against each other for inconsistencies.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD managers, project managers, designers

Speakers

Speakers

Carsten Beinecke

Carsten Beinecke has worked in the plant industry for 25 years, starting as a drafter and becoming a supporter and developer for plant software. In 2008 Carsten started as a product manager to develop the PlantTools apps for AutoCAD P&ID software and AutoCAD Plant 3D software. As the author of books and training manuals for AutoCAD P&ID and AutoCAD Plant 3D, Carsten has helped numerous customers set up and customize these software systems. He has a very deep understanding of the database structure of AutoCAD P&ID and AutoCAD Plant 3D. He supports customers around the world.

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • OG9735
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • AutoCAD Plant 3D
  • AutoCAD P&ID

Industry

  • Oil & Gas

Topics

  • Plant Design