Digitizing Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s), or Process Flow Diagrams (PFD's), or MEP Layouts and extracting information from them is now increasingly required operators in the Oil and Gas sector, Chemical Processing Industry, and many other industries such as water treatment. Many of the leading companies in the world have already started to upskill their workforce to learn how to deal with digitized drawings. There are many processes that require the extraction of all of the information from P&IDs, PFDs. Processes such as parts counts, QRAs and construction estimates and proposals, require the extraction of the number of valves and other connections, their sizes and their line IDs. This process is tedious, time consuming, very expensive and error prone. There are software packages now on the market that automate this drawing analysis process. Of these, DigiTwїn is the first and the most advanced. This course teaches its students to use DigiTwїn to extract information from P&IDs PFDs and MEP drawings. The course comes with a free 2-month license of DigiTwїn for students to use in the course and even run one or two projects after the completion of the course (valued at over 2000USD).
Students also receive the sample P&IDs and MEP layouts used in the examples in the course.
If you would like to quickly learn how to analyze P&IDs, PFDs or MEP drawings in large quantities, quickly then this course is for you. In it we go through how to use DigiTwїn the world's most advanced software that enables you to extract all of the information from P&IDs PFDs or MEP layouts. Students get a copy of DigiTwїn to use in the course and for one or 2 projects afterwards.
Here is your chance to upskill, prepare for the future now and make handling P&IDs PFDs and MEP layouts easy, fast and enjoyable rather than tedious stressful, expensive and error prone and leap ahead of the pack when it comes to handling and digitization of drawings.
The course outline is given below :
· Lecture 1: Introduction
· Lecture 2: Downloading and Setting Up the Software
· Lecture 3: Overview of the Software
· Lecture 4: Demonstration of a Drawing Analysis process ( Parts Count, Material Takeoff )
· Lecture 5: Defining Elements and Setting Up a P&ID Data Extractions Parts
· Lecture 6: Viewing Results from Drawing Analysis process ( Parts Count, Material Takeoff )
· Lecture 7: Setting Up Isolatable Sections across multiple Drawings
· Lecture 8:Viewing Results of Isolatable Sections from analysis across multiple drawings
· Lecture 9: Defining Flanges and Advanced Definition Features
· Lecture 10:Advanced Tolerances and Definition Rules ( 1 of 3) : Dealing with poor quality Drawings
· Lecture 11:Advanced Tolerances and Definition Rules (2 of 3) : Tightening Definitions
· Lecture 12:Advanced Tolerances and Definition Rules ( 3 of 3) : Loosening Tolerances