Download TM-2231 AVEVA Marine (12.1) Pipe Router Rev 2.0 PDF

TitleTM-2231 AVEVA Marine (12.1) Pipe Router Rev 2.0
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The Create Routing Point form is displayed. The user can simply enter the coordinates on the Create
Routing Point form or use the options on the menu, which are similar to that of the AVEVA Marine
positioning control options.


 Positioning Control is covered in the AVEVA Marine Outfitting Foundations (TM-2201) Guide

For this example, the position of routing point will be specified relative to an existing component.
The user can only position routing points after positionable or locked components.



From the Create Routing Point form pull down menu, select Cursor >
Element, then pick Elbow 3 of the pipe /P1/B1, as shown in the
following illustration.














Router creates a routing point at the position of the elbow.













The user will now move the routing point so that it is 1000 mm Forward of the Elbow. From the Create
Routing Point form, select Move > Distance…. The Move Point form is displayed. Enter X (Forward) in the
Direction field. Enter 1000.0 mm in the Distance field. Click the Apply button to confirm the move, then click
the Dismiss button to cancel the form.

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 The user can lock the point at the specified
positions using the Lock buttons on the
Create Routing Point form, if required.


To ensure that pipe P2 travels parallel with pipe P1,
the direction will be define in which pipe /P2 arrives at
and leaves the routing point. In AVEVA Marine Design,
the arrive direction should point to the Head, and the
leave to the Tail.









From the Create Routing Point form,

Select the Arrive / Leave radio button. Enter -Y (Port) in the Arrive
direction field and Y (Stbd) in the Leave direction field.

Ensure that the After option pull down list is set to Head W-P

When the user clicks the OK button Router creates the routing point at
the position. This can be seen in the Branch Detail form.











Route Pipe P2 again using Router and the pipe will be routed through the routing point.
















By specifying a different arrive and leave direction, the user will cause a bend or elbow to be inserted at the
position of the routing point. If a change of direction is not required, select the Through Direction and specify
the required direction of the pipe at that point. If the user leaves the direction unset, Router will select the
best direction to minimise the number of bends or elbows used.

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