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Object-based 3D equipment modeling

Equipment is placed based on parametric input data

Equipment is placed based on parametric input data

Examples of standard equipment

Examples of standard equipment

User-defined equipment dialog

User-defined equipment dialog

AutoPLANT Equipment XM Edition provides the user with a powerful 3D application for fast layout and design of intelligent vessels, nozzles, and equipment drawings. The product is shipped complete with comprehensive pre- built equipment libraries. Complex custom components are easily modeled from intelligent equipment primitives.

AutoPLANT Plant Design solutions provide state-of-the-art 3D modeling capabilities previously unavailable in any AutoCAD-based plant design and modeling package, and this is particularly evident in AutoPLANT Equipment. The 3D engine for AutoPLANT is written exclusively with advanced ARX technology, allowing you to take advantage of new and advanced modeling methods available with AutoCAD ObjectARX technology.

Parametric Equipment

AutoPLANT Equipment lets you model using parametric information. Dialogs are presented with graphical representations of the equipment, along with data fields for each critical parameter, allowing you to draw equipment with a great deal of precision. As the design evolves dimensional changes can be reapplied to parameters and the 3d equipment is graphically updated automatically.

Standard Equipment Shapes

The AutoPLANT Equipment module includes a wide range of standard equipment shapes such as pumps, vessels, and exchangers. By selecting from the pull-down menus or toolbar, entities are quickly placed by defined points or relative to global reference points.

Custom Equipment

Custom equipment is easily built from intelligent primitives. Placing an equipment primitive defines the master or parent component, while attaching associative primitives defines the slave or child components. Constructing equipment assemblies this way is like attaching nozzles to equipment; if you modify the vessel’s dimensional parameters, the nozzles will move accordingly. Similarly, if you modify the parent primitive of an equipment assembly, the child primitives will be moved or sized accordingly.

User-defined Equipment

The Equipment/User-defined option displays a dialog for creating a special type of equipment component from one or more existing AutoCAD or AutoPLANT Equipment entities in a drawing. These entities can be anything from an AutoCAD primitive, such as a line or circle, to a complex component, such as a block or custom object. The Equipment/User-defined lets you bring legacy and other third-party equipment components into the AutoPLANT Equipment environment.

Intelligent Nozzles

AutoPLANT Equipment provides a variety of options for placing and orienting nozzles. First, nozzles are placed using parametric information from external database specifications. Once the nozzle is placed on the equipment, the intelligence becomes available to the AutoPLANT Piping application. With AutoPLANT Piping, the user connects a piping component to the nozzle, the size, spec, rating, facing, or line number is carried over to the connecting piping fitting.

number is carried over to the connecting piping fitting. Visit us on the Web for more

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Intelligent Nozzle

Intelligent Nozzle

AutoPLANT Model

AutoPLANT Model

SySTem RequiRemeNTS

Processor Intel Pentium 500 MHz or greater

Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 or later, Microsoft Windows XP Profes- sional SP1A or later

CAD Software

n

AutoCAD: 2004, 2005, 2006 (SP1), 2007

n

AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop:

2004

(plus SP1), 2005, 2006

(SP1a)

n

Architectural Desktop: 2004 (plus SP1), 2005, 2006 (SP1)

n

Building Systems: 2004, 2005,

2006

(SP2)

n

AutoCAD Mechanical 2004,

2005, 2006 (SP1a)

Memory

1.5 Gig (Typically more results in

better performance)

Free Disk Space

1.5 GB

results in better performance) Free Disk Space 1.5 GB A uTo plANT e quipmeNT A T

AuToplANT equipmeNT AT-A-GlANCe

Reporting

Spec-driven Pumps

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Pre-formatted report types include Equipment List and Nozzle Takeoff

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Standard pump parameters supplied in a Micro- soft Access database

n

Creation of custom reports that group and sort equipment and nozzles according to any data stored in the AutoPLANT Equipment database

n

Ability to enter unavailable size pump data into the spec once and re-use it whenever a similar pump is needed

Location Points

Equipment Editing

n

Definition of location points for locating various pieces of equipment

n

Automatic adjustment of attached objects when a parameter is changed

n

Automatic moving of location point and all as- sociated equipment

n

Automatic adjustment of attached items when diameters of primitives or pre-defined scripts are changed

Pre-defined Specialized Equipment

n

Pre-defined pieces of equipment commonly used in the oil and gas industry

n

Ability to specify equipment types

n

Inclusion of material handling equipment, such as conveyers and bucket elevators

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Specialized pumps for the water/waste-water industry, and RO reactors for pharmaceutical/bio- tech industries

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New project flexibility for XM Edition

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Create individual Models without a project

n

Build up a project from individual models

n

Restore individual models from tape backups.

n

Move models between projects.

n

Work on a project model while disconnected from the project.

Bentley Systems, Incorporated provides software for the lifecycle of the world’s infrastructure. The company’s comprehensive

portfolio for the building, plant, civil, and geospatial vertical markets spans architecture, engineering, construction (AEC) and

operations. With 2006 revenues exceeding $350 million, Bentley is the leading provider of AEC software to the Engineering

News-Record Design 500 and major owner-operators.

For more information, visit www.bentley.com or call 1-800-BENTLEY.

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© 2007 Bentley Systems, Incorporated. Bentley, the “B” Bentley logo, AutoPLANT, AutoPLANT Piping and AutoPLANT Equipment are either registered or unregistered trade- marks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. DAA037440-1/0001 04/07