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Let Your Data Flow Between the Plant Specs, AutoCAD P&ID (Spec Driven), and AutoCAD Plant 3D
Instructional Demo    PM124431
Nabil Nougha
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New possibilities for data flow are the result of the Spec Driven P&ID feature introduced in AutoCAD Plant 3D 2017.1 software. Existing spec sheets can be used to facilitate the preparation of piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID). The interface between AutoCAD P&ID software and AutoCAD Plant 3D offers the possibility to connect the P&ID data with the 3D to let the data flow into it, or to run consistency checks between the P&ID and the 3D data. This lecture will show the configuration possibilities and present conceivable workflows, which should lead to an optimization of the project process that also prevents redundant data input.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to set up Spec Driven P&ID projects
  • Learn how to set up the AutoCAD P&ID to AutoCAD Plant 3D mapping
  • Learn how to configure and use the validation
  • Learn how to check the P&ID drawing against a spec sheet

Speakers

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Nabil is a Piping Engineer working as Designated Support Specialist at Autodesk WWFO since 2011. He is actively supporting piping interoperability features in Autodesk products portfolio such as AutoCAD MEP, Revit MEP, AutoCAD Plant 3D, Inventor Routed Systems and BIM 360 family. Previously 11 years background in various projects as consultant for EPC in Oil & Gas, Water, Chemical and R&D for food industries, from the process to design implementation including superintendent roles.
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Martin is Mechanical Engineer and working as a Premium Support Specialist at Autodesk since April 2015.He is supporting Plant 3D / P&ID, Autocad, Navisworks and Bim products.He has 8 years in total experience in Process, Power Plant and Pharmaceutical Projects.He worked with various CAD tools mainly in process engineering.
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