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A process flow diagram (PFD) is a diagram commonly used in chemical and process engineering to indicate the general flow of plant processes and equipment.

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  1. 1. What is P&ID Basic Engineering document Indicating -Process Requirement -Equipment in the Plant -Piping and Piping Component - Instrument and Logic   Relations
  2. 2. What should be indicated on P&ID? Process requirement - PFD : all line and flow, every item - not on PFD : relieving system, pump minimum flow, compressor anti surge flow, isolation system - item for maintenance, operation, pre-commissioning, commissioning, start-up
  3. 3. What should be indicated on P&ID? Equipment - all equipment with exact number and components : all nozzles, manholes, internals - type of connection to piping - equipment item number, service name, major specification
  4. 4. What should be indicated on P&ID? Piping - all lines for normal operation, startup, shutdown, emergency, special operation, and maintenance - all piping components (valves etc.) and notes on them (CSO, CSC, TSO) - line information : line no., size, fluid symbol, piping service class, insulation - configuration requirement : No Pockets, Free Draining
  5. 5. What should be indicated on P&ID? Instrumentation - instrumentation for controlling, monitoring, emergency shutdown, sequence control, interlock, automatic start/stop - field instrument - control and shutdown valves with their type, size, failure status - pressure relief valves with their set pressure and size - kind of signal : pneumatic, electric, hydraulic, capillary tubing, softlink
  6. 6. What should be indicated on P&ID? Other - battery limit between client and contractor - area battery limit - change of responsibility between Piping and Instrument, Contractor and Vendor - extent of packaged equipment supply - breaks of line information : line number, piping service class, insulation
  7. 7. What information can you get? For Equipment Outline/Internals For Piping Line No./Size/Material/Insulation/Line Configuration/Piping Component Type For Instrument Tag No./Function/Control Method
  8. 8. P&ID is used for Detail Engineering of each disciplines Piping layout/Material Purchase Instrument Logic/DCS Plan, etc Planning of Construction/Commissioning/Plant Operation/Maintenance
  9. 9. P&ID IFA How to Develop/Finalize Process Verification Proj.Spec Discipline Comments P&ID IFH P&ID IFC P&ID As Built Company Comments HAZOP SIL Study, etc. Detail Design Feedback Vendor Data Input Field Change Feedback
  10. 10. P&ID Symbols
  11. 11. P&ID Practices
  12. 12. Control valve loop 1 FC 4” 300# PC 005 PY 005 PV 005 I/P H L PT 005 4”
  13. 13. LT/FT Cascade Control FC 4” 300# FV 102 4” 6”-PL-10042-AA11-N FT 102 FE 102 300# LT 105 DISP SP LI 105 H L FC 102 6”-PL-10042-AA11-N
  14. 14. Split range control(1) 1 H L PT 001 I/P 8”-PG-10043-AA11-N FC/TSO 4” 300# PY 001D PV 001B I/P 6”-PG-10042-BA21-N FC 4” 300# PY 001C PV 001A a 2xa 2x(a-50) 0 100 PIC OUTPUT 100 0 A B CVOPENING 6” 6”-PG-10043-BA21-N 6” 4” PY 001A PY 001B P PC 001
  15. 15. Split range control(2) 1 2”-PG-10102-AA11-N I/P 3”-PG-10101-AA11-N 1-1/2” PY 001D PY 001A a 2x(50-a) 2x(a-50) 0 100 PIC OUTPUT 100 0 A B CVOPENING I/P FC 1” PY 001C PV 001A PC 001 AH AL PT 001 FC PV 001B 2” 3” 1-1/2” 2” PY 001B
  16. 16. Place equipment and its components Connect main piping Complete control valve loop Place other instrument and connect signals Indicate safety devices incl. alarm Place piping components (Valve/Fitting) as required Check detail and add items required incl. vent/drain connection