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Plant Spatial Configuration Application Protocol. Version 1.0. Volume 2.


pdf icon Plant Spatial Configuration Application Protocol. Version 1.0. Volume 2. (9811 K)
Kline, S. W.; Palmer, M. E.; Burkett, W.; Craig, D.; Skeels, J. A.

NISTIR 5812; 292 p. December 1995.

Keywords:

application protocol; building technology; electrical system; HVAC system; instrumentation and control systems; piping system; process plant; spatial configuration; structural system

Abstract:

Part 227 of ISO 10303, "Plant Spatial Configuration", specifies an application protocol (AP) for the exchange of spatial confiruration information of process plants. This includes shape characteristics, spatial arrangement characteristics, and design and fabrication information for piping system components, and functional and stream information for piping and HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) systems. Also included are shape and spatial arrangement characteristics of other related plant systems that impact the design and layout of piping systems. This document specifies the scope and information requirements for AP 227 and provides the Application Activity Model (AAM), Application Reference Model (ARM), and Application Interpreted Model (AIM) for the AP. The document follows the format and clause numbering scheme prescribed for this type of International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard. The clauses and annexes contained in this document are those required by ISO for Committee Draft (CD) review and balloting.