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Lecture    UT2345
Design Efficiency with Multi Planar Pulling Tension Engineering at Southern California Edison
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In this class, you learn how Southern California Edison (SCE) uses industry standards and the Multi Planar Pulling Tension (MPPT) utility to optimize workflows and the use of materials. We describe how SCE has encapsulated their engineering standards into the design tool to ensure consistency and constructability of designs and to improve knowledge transfer and adoption of standards by new and existing design staff. We then demonstrate how the engineering analysis in AutoCAD® Utility Design 2014 software can be configured to accommodate SCE's specific requirements. You will understand how to configure AutoCAD Utility Design with your own engineering analysis standards that have been used for decades. You will also learn to adjust and optimize your workflows and tools based on the lessons learned at SCE.

Key Learnings

  • Explain how SCE uses industry standards and the Multi Planar Pulling Tension utility to optimize workflows and materials
  • Describe how SCE has encapsulated their engineering standards into the design tool to ensure consistency and constructability
  • Configure AutoCAD Utility Design to your own engineering algorithms amd standards
  • Adjust and optimize your workflows and tools based on the lessons learned at SCE

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