OpenPlant Modeler Fundamentals Imperial Mar. 03-05, 2015: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM EST (24 hrs total) Marc Jaikaran
This multi-day course will teach the user how to place OpenPlant Modeler objects such as equipment, piping, raceway, and pipe supports, into a working model. It will also show how to check-in and check-out from the OpenPlant Model Server, and other workings and interactions of the OpenPlant Modeler software. It will also cover producing deliverables - orthographic drawings, piping isometric drawings, and reports.
OpenPlant PowerPID Fundamentals Mar. 03-05, 2015: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM EST (24 hrs total) Evans Logrie
OpenPlant PowerPID Fundamentals introduces the new user to the basic features of OpenPlant PowerPID. The student learns to create a detailed P&ID starting with a tour of PowerPIDs main taskbar pallet and task navigation controls. Using these tools, the student learns how to place and modify equipment and vessels while tagging components. Using the tools, the student creates an assembly of components and inserts a newly created assembly into the P&ID. During the second half of the course, the student uses their acquired knowledge to create a second P&ID. Using line connectors, the student will learn how to link the process lines of the two P&ID drawings. When complete the student learns how to generate reports using the utilities.