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How do you show P&ID in Revit? Do you still draw them in 2D, or do you just show them in 3D like an ISO view? What does everyone do?

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Watched a demo by Autodesk a couple of years ago, was P&ID I think drawing pipes etc in 3d just nominated length and directions etc did elbows, valves etc all in 3D. For me looked good as I am Civil Engineering most time

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On 4/26/2022 at 7:43 PM, BIGAL said:

Watched a demo by Autodesk a couple of years ago, was P&ID I think drawing pipes etc in 3d just nominated length and directions etc did elbows, valves etc all in 3D. For me looked good as I am Civil Engineering most time

That would not be considered a P&ID.  That would be a piping isometric.  

 

"P&IDs are a schematic illustration of the functional relationship of piping, instrumentation and system equipment components used in the field of instrumentation and control or automation. They are typically created by engineers who are designing a manufacturing process for a physical plant."

 

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Here is an example of a P&ID.

 

BTW... The first drawing to be created when considering a new process is the Process Flow Diagram.  This is then fleshed out via the creation of the Process Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (PP&ID or P&ID).  With the advent of 3D piping programs such as PLANTworx, AutoPLANT and AutoCAD Plant we can now create a 3D drawing of the process piping and equipment and from that drawing we can extract both a P&ID as well as an isometric piping schematic.

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An example of a Process Flow Diagram.

 

PFD Example.PNG

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