Autodesk Plant Design 2012 Curriculum

The Autodesk Plant Design 2012 curriculum provides an introductory overview of process piping design. It covers various topics including: piping concepts and terminology, pipe and fitting specifications, piping symbol representation, valves and instrumentation, and process piping equipment. Students will create flow diagrams and 3D design models from piping specifications according to industry standards. The 3D design models will be subsequently used to generate a variety of standard pipe drawings including plans and elevations, isometrics, and spool drawings.

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Instructor Resources

Instructor resources support the student workbooks with presentation teaching tools.

Plant Curriculum Instructions

Instructor Guides
Curriculum text, video, and lectures for instructors

Student Guides
Curriculum text and video for students

Data Set

Autodesk Software Highlighted in this Curriculum

  • AutoCAD P&ID 2012
  • AutoCAD Plant 3D 2012

Author Bio

This curriculum was developed by Joel Harris, a piping technology specialist for Anvil Corporation in Bellingham, Washiton and manages plant design software installation for piping designers, engineers and corporate clients. Joel is also a process plant instructor at Bellingham Technical College.

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