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<p>SmartPlant InstrumentationTutorial</p> <p>Version 2009 SP4 (9.0.4) October/June 2012 DSPI2-PB-200010A-Updated</p> <p>CopyrightCopyright 1995-2012 Intergraph Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Including software, file formats, and audiovisual displays; may be used pursuant to applicable software license agreement; contains confidential and proprietary information of Intergraph and/or third parties which is protected by copyright law, trade secret law, and international treaty, and may not be provided or otherwise made available without proper authorization from Intergraph Corporation.</p> <p>U.S. Government Restricted Rights LegendUse, duplication, or disclosure by the government is subject to restrictions as set forth below. For civilian agencies: This was developed at private expense and is "restricted computer software" submitted with restricted rights in accordance with subparagraphs (a) through (d) of the Commercial Computer Software - Restricted Rights clause at 52.227-19 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations ("FAR") and its successors, and is unpublished and all rights are reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. For units of the Department of Defense ("DoD"): This is "commercial computer software" as defined at DFARS 252.227-7014 and the rights of the Government are as specified at DFARS 227.7202-3. Unpublished - rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. Intergraph Corporation P.O. Box 240000 Huntsville, AL 35813</p> <p>Terms of UseUse of this software product is subject to the End User License Agreement ("EULA") delivered with this software product unless the licensee has a valid signed license for this software product with Intergraph Corporation. If the licensee has a valid signed license for this software product with Intergraph Corporation, the valid signed license shall take precedence and govern the use of this software product. Subject to the terms contained within the applicable license agreement, Intergraph Corporation gives licensee permission to print a reasonable number of copies of the documentation as defined in the applicable license agreement and delivered with the software product for licensee's internal, non-commercial use. The documentation may not be printed for resale or redistribution.</p> <p>Warranties and LiabilitiesAll warranties given by Intergraph Corporation about equipment or software are set forth in the EULA provided with the software or applicable license for the software product signed by Intergraph Corporation, and nothing stated in, or implied by, this document or its contents shall be considered or deemed a modification or amendment of such warranties. Intergraph believes the information in this publication is accurate as of its publication date. The information and the software discussed in this document are subject to change without notice and are subject to applicable technical product descriptions. Intergraph Corporation is not responsible for any error that may appear in this document. The software discussed in this document is furnished under a license and may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of this license. No responsibility is assumed by Intergraph for the use or reliability of software on equipment that is not supplied by Intergraph or its affiliated companies. THE USER OF THE SOFTWARE IS EXPECTED TO MAKE THE FINAL EVALUATION AS TO THE USEFULNESS OF THE SOFTWARE IN HIS OWN ENVIRONMENT. Intergraph is not responsible for the accuracy of delivered data including, but not limited to, catalog, reference and symbol data. Users should verify for themselves that the data is accurate and suitable for their project work.</p> <p>TrademarksIntergraph, the Intergraph logo, PDS, SmartPlant, SmartMarine, FrameWorks, I-Convert, I-Export, I-Sketch, IntelliShip, INtools, ISOGEN, MARIAN, SmartSketch, SPOOLGEN, SupportManager, and SupportModeler are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intergraph Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. MicroStation is a registered trademark of Bentley Systems, Inc. Other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.</p> <p>ContentsIntroduction ..................................................................................................................................................9 Administration Tasks .............................................................................................................................10 System Administrator Activities ......................................................................................................10 Domain Administrator Activities ......................................................................................................10 General Tasks .......................................................................................................................................10 Instrument Engineering Tasks ..............................................................................................................10 Creating Instruments and Control Loops ........................................................................................10 Defining Process Data, Performing Calculations, Creating Specifications ..................................................................................................................................11 Performing Wiring Operations ........................................................................................................11 Generating Loop Drawings .............................................................................................................11 Generating Hook-Up Drawings .......................................................................................................12 Demo P&amp;ID ...........................................................................................................................................13 Wiring Block Diagram ............................................................................................................................14 Administration Tasks ................................................................................................................................15 System Administrator Activities .............................................................................................................15 Task 1 Initializing a Domain in the Database .............................................................................16 Task 2 Defining SmartPlant Instrumentation Users and the Domain Administrator ...................................................................................................................................18 Domain Administrator Activities ............................................................................................................21 Task 1 Log on as Domain Administrator ....................................................................................21 Task 2 Defining Domain Administrator Access Rights ..............................................................22 Task 3 Creating a Plant Hierarchy .............................................................................................24 Task 4 Defining Instrument Tag and Loop Naming Conventions ..............................................26 Task 5 Creating Custom Fields and Tables ...............................................................................28 Task 6 Organizing Users into Groups and Granting Access Rights ..........................................30 Task 7 Setting Report Management Options .............................................................................35 Task 8 Performing Miscellaneous Activities ..............................................................................36 Getting Started with SmartPlant Instrumentation ..................................................................................39 Task 1 Logging on to SmartPlant Instrumentation ...........................................................................39 Task 2 Defining Default SmartPlant Instrumentation Properties ......................................................40 Define Units of Measure and Accuracy ..........................................................................................40 Set SmartPlant Instrumentation Preferences .................................................................................41 Creating Instruments and Control Loops ...............................................................................................43 Task 1 Defining Instrument Type Profiles ........................................................................................43 Define Instrument Types.................................................................................................................43 Define Reference Wiring for a Field Device ...................................................................................44 Define the FT (D/P Type Flow Transmitter) Instrument Type Profile .............................................49 Define the FY and TY (I/P Transducer) Instrument Type Profiles ..................................................52 Define the FV and LV (CONTROL VALVE) Instrument Type Profiles ...........................................56 Define Additional Instrument Type Profiles ....................................................................................57 Task 2 Using Supporting Tables to Add Values to Select Lists .......................................................58 Create a P&amp;ID Drawing Document Number ...................................................................................58</p> <p>SmartPlant Instrumentation Tutorial</p> <p>3</p> <p>IntroductionCreate Lines (Piping) ......................................................................................................................59 Enter Instrument Status Data .........................................................................................................61 Enter I/O Type Data ........................................................................................................................61 Enter Location Data ........................................................................................................................62 Enter Manufacturer Data ................................................................................................................62 Enter Model Data ............................................................................................................................62 Enter Values in the Custom Tables ................................................................................................63 Task 3 Creating Loops with Tags Using the Domain Explorer .........................................................63 Define a Loop and Add Tag Numbers ............................................................................................64 Add a Tag Number to an Existing Loop ..........................................................................................70 Assign Custom Table and Custom Field Values to a Tag Number ................................................71 Task 4 Creating a Loop with Its Tag Using the Instrument Index Module .......................................72 Create a Loop with a Single Instrument Tag ..................................................................................72 Task 5 Duplicating a Loop with Its Tag Numbers .............................................................................75 Duplicate a Loop .............................................................................................................................76 Task 6 Creating Loops and Tag Numbers in Batch Mode ...............................................................78 Create Typical Loop FL-1 ...............................................................................................................79 Create Typical Loop T-10 ...............................................................................................................79 Create Plant Loops in Batch Mode .................................................................................................80 Task 7 Creating Additional Loops and Viewing Instrument Index Data ...........................................81 Create Additional Plant Loops and Instruments .............................................................................81 Search for a Specific Loop and View Loop Tag Properties ............................................................81 View Plant Loops, Instruments, and Associated Items ..................................................................83 Viewing and Modifying Data for Multiple Records .................................................................................85 Task 1 Viewing and Editing Instrument Properties from a Browser View ........................................85 View and Edit Data for a Single Tag Number in the Instrument Index Standard Browser ...........................................................................................................................85 Edit the Browser View Window Records Multi-Row Editing ........................................................86 Task 2 Customizing a Browser View ................................................................................................86 Customize the Browser View ..........................................................................................................86 Task 3 Copying and Pasting Values in the Browser View Window ..................................................90 Copy a Specific Value to Several Fields .........................................................................................90 Copy Values to Multiple Fields .......................................................................................................90 Task 4 Sorting and Filtering Data for the Browser View ..................................................................91 Create a Customized Sorting Sequence ........................................................................................92 Create a Customized Filter .............................................................................................................92 Open the Sorted and Filtered Browser ...........................................................................................93 Defining Process Data ...............................................................................................................................95 Task 1 Defining Process Data for Lines ...........................................................................................95 Create a Line .........................................................................................................................</p>

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