AutoCAD P&ID 2016: Develop your Innovations


AutoCAD P&ID 2016: Develop your Innovations, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

CADLearning for AutoCAD® P&ID 2016 teaches the use of AutoCAD P&ID 2016 as a tool for engineers in the power and process industry. You will gain all the necessary skills needed to complete a system design using the program. Lessons cover adding intelligent symbology to create process and instrumentation diagrams; annotating and validating a P&ID; project management tools to help speed up design; analysis tools for optimal system performance; and collaboration tools.

Master design and architecture with the help of Autodesk.

- Discover the different types of Autodesk applications
- Learn about the functions in each application and how to apply them
​- Sift out the different product to find which one suits your project
- Navigate the tools and features like a professional at the end of this course

This course is SkillsFuture Credit Eligible.


Course Objectives

1. Understand about Creating Process and Instrumentation Diagrams
2. Knows about Managing and Using Symbol Libraries
3. Able to apply Annotations and Documentation
4. Understand the P&ID Analysis and Validation
5. Knows how to Implement Preferences and Standards
6. Understand about Interoperability and Collaboration 


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Content

Course Resources

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Exercise File Download - Assessment

Getting Started

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Introducing AutoCAD P&ID

About AutoCAD P&ID - Overview

Launching AutoCAD P&ID

Starting and Running AutoCAD P&ID

Setting Up AutoCAD P&ID Workspaces

Learning how to navigate AutoCAD P&ID workspaces

Understanding the Application Menu

Learning how to use the AutoCAD P&ID Application Menu

Understanding the Ribbon Interface

Learning how to use the AutoCAD P&ID Ribbon, Drawing Tabs and Tool Palettes

Working with Projects

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Understanding Projects

About AutoCAD P&ID Projects - Overview

Creating a Project

Creating a new project in Project Manager

Opening a Project

Opening a project in Project Manager

Creating a P&ID Drawing in a Project

Adding a drawing to a Project

Opening a P&ID Drawing in a Project

Opening a drawing in a Project

Importing a Drawing Into a Project

Importing a drawing into a project

Editing the Project Structure

Editing the folder structure of a project

Creating a P&ID

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Understanding P&ID Symbology

About P&ID diagram symbols and content

Adding Equipment Symbology

Adding equipment symbols to a diagram

Connecting Equipment with Schematic Lines

Adding Schematic lines to connect equipment

Editing Schematic Line Properties

Editing schematic lines after placement

Grouping Schematic Lines

Creating schematic line groups

Adding Inline Accessories

Placing inline accessories on schematic lines

Adding Instrumentation Symbols and Lines

Adding instrumentation symbols and linework to a diagram

Adding Inline Control Valves

Adding control valves to a schematic line

Understanding Non-Engineering Connector Symbols

Adding offpage connectors to links in other drawings

Understanding Non-Engineering Miscellaneous Symbols

Adding miscellaneous symbols to a diagram

Modifying a P&ID

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Editing Schematic Lines

Modifying schematic lines after placement

Editing Schematic Line Types

Editing schematic line types in Project Setup

Modifying Equipment Symbology

Editing Engineering Symbols in Project Setup

Modifying Inline Accessories

Editing inline accessories after placement

Converting and Modifying Control Valves

Converting symbol valves to control valves and editing actuators

Enhancing Connection and Valve Symbology

Using dynamic block behavior to edit symbols

Annotating a P&ID

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Understanding Annotation Types and Rules

Understanding the differences between AutoCAD Annotation and P&ID Annotation

Adding Tags to Equipment

Adding data-based annotation symbols to diagram symbols

Adding Tags to Schematic Lines

Adding data based-annotation symbols to schematic lines

Adding Inline Accessory Tags

Adding data based-annotation symbols to inline accessories

Editing Symbol Tags

Editing Symbol Annotation Blocks and behavior

Adding General Notes and Dimensions

Adding AutoCAD Mtext and Dimensions

Validating a P&ID

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Understanding Project Validation

Understanding validation testing and tools

Controlling Validation Settings

Editing validation settings and controls

Validating Drawings

Using the Validate tools to check for P&ID and AutoCAD errors

Solving P&ID Errors

Solving P&ID component errors located by the Validation tools

Solving AutoCAD Errors

Solving AutoCAD object errors located by the Validation tools

Using the Drawing Checker Tool

Solving AutoCAD object errors located by the Drawing Checker tools

Managing a Project

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Reviewing the Project Manager

Reviewing Project Manager Features

Modifying General Project Settings

Editing general settings in Project Setup

Modifying Project Drawing Properties

Editing drawing settings in Project Setup

Editing Custom Project Properties

Editing drawing settings in Project Setup

Locating Lost Files in a Project

Editing drawing settings in Project Setup

Resaving All Project Drawings

Saving all Project Drawings

Sharing P&ID Drawings with Non-AutoCAD Users

Exporting P&ID Diagrams to Non AutoCAD users

Linking P&ID Drawings to Revit Projects

Linking P&ID drawings to drafting views in a Revit Project

Reviewing the Work History

Reviewing work history notes and status for drawings

Customizing Projects

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Understanding Customization Rules for AutoCAD P&ID

Overall guidelines for customization, and best practices

Understanding P&ID Class Definitions

Understanding how AutoCAD P&ID defines data properties, classes, and class families

Using the ProjSymbolStyle Drawing and Symbol Libraries

Using the provided master drawing and symbol libraries in a project

Using the Block Editor in AutoCAD P&ID

Editing the assemblies for symbols in a project

Modifying and Adding End Connections

Editing nozzles and connection symbols

Editing Schematic Line Settings

Editing the line properties and visibility settings for a schematic line

Editing Drawing Line Settings

Editing the schematic line behavior in a drawing

Adding a Symbol from an Existing Block

Converting an existing symbol to a P&ID symbol in a project

Editing a Symbol and Symbol Block

Editing default symbols and their blocks

Understanding P&ID Project Data

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Managing P&ID Symbol Data and Hierarchy

About How P&ID Symbol Data and Hierarchy is defined in a Project

Linking to the Project Database

Linking to the Project Database

Modifying Defined Reports

Modifying Defined Reports for the Data Manager

Creating New Reports

Creating New Reports for the Data Manager

Using the Data Manager

Overview of the Data Manager tool

Adding Data to P&ID Items in Data Manager

Adding data to symbols, linework from the Data Manager tool

Filtering P&ID Data

Applying a filter to a view in Data Manager

Using Data Manager to Locate Items

Using the Zoom To and Show Selected tools in Data Manager

Reviewing Project-Wide and Drawing-Specific Data

Reviewing the project and drawing default data settings in Project Setup and Data Manager

Leveraging Data Editing Tips

Tips for making changes to multiple items in the Data Manager tool

Exporting Data to Excel

Exporting data from a project to an Excel file

Importing Data from Excel

Importing data from an Excel spreadsheet into a Project

Printing a Report from Data Manager

Printing predefined reports from Data Manager

Adding Property Data

Adding properties to a project for use in the Data Manager

Adding String and Numeric Properties

Adding character and number based properties to a project

Adding Boolean Properties

Adding yes/no and true/false statements as a property

Using Selection Lists

Adding a selection list of abbreviations and descriptions for properties

Using Symbol Lists

Adding a symbol list to Data Manager to swap symbols in a diagram

Understanding Acquisitions

Review data acquisition rules in AutoCAD P&ID

Adding an Acquisition Rule

Adding properties that acquire data from connected objects

Setting Read-Only and Visibility Rules

Defining what properties users can see and edit

Customizing Tags and Annotation

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Understanding P&ID Tag and Annotation Customization

Understanding differences between tags and annotations

Adding an Annotation Symbol

Adding an Annotation to a diagram

Editing an Annotation Block

Editing a class or class family annotation block

Formatting Tag Data

Formatting Tag Data for Assign Tag dialog

Editing Properties in Annotations

Editing the attribute and its assign properties in an annotation block

Using Expression Tags in Annotations

Using free-form expressions in an Annotation for open user input

Defining Annotations for Inline Objects

Defining Valve and other inline annotation blocks

Customizing Non-Engineering Symbols

Editing non-engineering blocks and symbols

Adding and Editing Actuator Symbols

Defining and editing actuator symbols for control valves

Editing Instrumentation Symbols

Editing instrumentation block symbols

Using the Parameter Manager in Block Editor

Apply the Block Editor Parameter Manager tool in a P&ID property environment

Editing Off-Page Connectors

Editing off-page connector blocks for a project

Understanding Line Segments and Groups

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Introducing Line Segments and Groups

Learning how Line Segments and Groups Control Data

Customizing Pipe Line Segments

Creating Custom Pipe Line Segment Class Families

Customizing Signal Line Segments

Creating Custom Signal Line Segment Class Families

Customizing Pipe Line Groups

Creating Pipe Line Group Data Properties

Customizing Signal Line Groups

Creating Signal Line Group Data Properties

Customizing Project Templates

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Introducing P&ID Templates

Introducing Templates for Defining Drawings and Managing Projects

Editing the Template Title Block

Editing the Template Title Block and Fields

Editing Template Layer Standards

Editing Standard Layers for Project Use

Editing Template Annotation Styles

Editing Text, Multileader and Dimension Styles for Project Use

Editing the ProjSymbolStyle Drawing

Editing the master symbol and content drawing for projects

Publishing and Printing P&IDs

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Understanding the Publishing Options

Learning how to set publishing options

Using the Publish Command

Using the Publish command on single and multiple drawings

Printing Individual Drawings

Printing individual drawings

Using the Report Creator

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Understanding the Report Creator

Learning how the Report Creator helps the user define custom database reports

Running Reports from the Report Creator

Using Report Creator to Print and Export a Report

Creating a New Report

Using Report Creator to create a new Report

Using the Report Wizard to Edit Layouts

Using Report Creator to create a new Report

Understanding the Report Designer

Using Report Designer in Report Creator to edit existing reports

Using the Report Designer to Edit a Field

Using Report Designer in Report Creator to edit fields in reports

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