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DESIGN PRACTICE

CABLE ROUTE DIGGING DRAWINGS EXECUTION CRITERIA

Document type DG 06277.DOC.GEN.PRG

Rev. 1 September 1997

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Computerized issue General Revision

STIE STIE

STIE STIE

STIN STIN

SEP. 97 SEP. 93

REV.

DESCRIPTION

PREP.D CHK.D APPR.D DATE

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FORWARD Rev. 0 Rev. 1 Sheet 15 September 1993 Sheet 15 September 1997 Computerized issue

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INDEX

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.1 6.2 6.2.1 6.2.2. 7. 7.1. 7.2. 7.3.

SCOPE APPLICABILITY RESPONSIBILITY REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ISSUE SCOPES, PROJECT PHASES AND REVISIONS CONTENT Application Description and execution criteria Graphic part Table part GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION General description Formats Symbols

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1.

SCOPE This document aims at defining the contents, the compilation methods, the production sequence and the issue responsibilities of the "General Planimetries for Cable Routes Diggings" (DGV) of a plant . This procedure consists of a description of the drawings general content, with a reference to the standard symbols to be used, and an indication of the tables and/or notes belonging to them. The production criteria and the sequence are independent from its being handmade or made with the help of computer-based tools, CAD or PCs. The planimetries of this standard represent the main input for the definition of the diggings following the definition of the electrical and instrument cables routes, and they represent a logical and immediate consequence of the "cable route layout planimetries" (and indirectly of the electrical equipment arrangement planimetries, and the primary instrument connection planimetries) as well as of the "Maingrounding network planimetries".

2.

APPLICABILITY This standard can be applied to the industrial processes used by AGIP, for the plant design of both liquid and gas hydrocarbon treatment Onshore.

3.

RESPONSIBILITIES The engineering units in charge of the preparation, the control and the issue of the planimetries belonging to this standard are the "ELECTRICAL" and the "INSTRUMENT" ones, either in the case of this document being produced by AGIP, or in the case of it being produced through external Contractors. The general planimetries for the cables routes diggings are documents involving only the two mentioned disciplines; therefore they do not require any control by the civil, mechanical and safety disciplines. The unit in charge of the issuing and updating of this standard is the Standardization one.

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4.

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS Ref. 1 05496.DOC.GEN.SPC INDICE CODICI NUMERAZIONE DISEGNI DI COMMESSA Ref. 2 04120.DOC.GEN.PRG ITEM NUMBERING AND CODING SYSTEM Ref. 3 05428.DOC.GEN.PRG FORMATS, DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATION EXECUTION CODE Ref. 4 06247.DOC.GEN.PRG PLAN DRAWING GENERAL EXECUTION CRITERIA Ref. 5 06248.DOC.GEN.PRG PLOT PLAN EXECUTION CRITERIA Ref. 6 06246.DOC.ELE.PRG Ref. 7 05242.VAR.ELE.SPC ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT EXECUTION CRITERIA ARRANGEMENT DRAWING

MONTAGGIO DEGLI I MPIANTI ELETTRICI

Ref. 8 06279.DOC.GEN.PRG CRITERI DI ESECUZIONE DELL'ELABORATO "PLANIMETRIA DI PERCORSO VIE CAVI"

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5.

ISSUE SCOPE, PROJECT PHASES AND REVISIONS The general planimetrie drawings for the cable routes diggings (DGV) will be produced at the same time as the cable route network planimetries of a plant, with the same issue scopes, but less frequently than the mentioned planimetries, since they are mainly used during the starting phase of a plant construction. The project phase and the issue scopes should be written on the planimetries label; along with each project phase, identified by means of one of the drawing identification characters, the issue scope must be written using two alphabet letters, placed in the suitable foreseen place within the label. The project phase any issue scope combinations usually foreseen for a project DGV planimetry production are the following ones:

PROJECT PHASE F (feasibility) B (basic)

ISSUE SCOPE Comments Comments Bid request Approval Comments Approval Order Construction/Erection Comments Approval

CODE PR PR RO AP PR AP RA CO PR AP

D (detail)

C (construction)

The general cable route diggings planimetries cannot be published with an issue scope for "Start up" and "As built" The revisions of these planimetries should be done in agreement with the criteria which are valid for every project drawings and should be written on the label, as stated in the Ref. 3 document.

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CONTENT This chapter presents the content, the execution criteria, the reference symbols and the different detail levels, related to the issue phase of the document of this standard. Keep in mind that the general planimetry for cable route diggings is required for Onshore plants only, and is completely lacking for the Offshore ones.

6.1

Application The general planimetry for the cable route diggings will present detailed information on the plant layout in order to allow: the definition of the digging and filling up required by the construction of the cable routes and by the layout of underground cables (grounding network and cathodic protection included). the definition and layout of: support blocks of cable routes done by means of suspended cable trays; conduit blocks used for the underground road crossings; underground channels not belonging to buildings or covered slabs. the layout of the civil works which are useful for the underground portion of the grounding network.

6.2

Description and execution criteria The diggings general planimetries for the cable routes (DGV) represent the planimetrie layout of all the grounds, belonging to an Onshore plant, involved by the plant cable routes, with the presence of civil works and structures, and with a particular reference to their topographic position. The DGV planimetries should essentially present the information allowing to determine the deepness and the wideness of the diggings required by the cable routes, or by the single underground cable, and which permit a design of the cable tray supporting blocks and of the blocks with the conduits required by the road crossings; of course the information will be more exhaustive when getting nearer to the final drawing issues. The cable route digging planimetries always present the same content, independently from the plant complexity and from the scope they are produced for. The layout of the diggings required by the cable routes is done by overimposing the diggings and blocks graphic representation to every single drawing paper or computer copy of the plot plan. When the plant is so big to require an execution of the plot plan by using a very high reduction scale (i.e. 1:333.3 or more), it could be a good idea to use the mechanical equipment arrangement planimetries for the production of the mentioned drawings. The diggings planimetries for the cable routes are generally composed by a graphic part, giving a planimetrie view of the cable trays and the cable routes within the plant, and by another non planimetrie graphic part, illustrating the adopted graphic symbols and, eventually, some typical sections of the cable routes.

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The DGV drawings are identified with the same criteria applied to the plot plans or to the equipment arrangement drawings; in the case the plant needs to be subdivided among several sheets, these should present the same drawing identification and a progressive sheet number starting from 1. Of course a suitable scale to reduce the number of sheets should be used, allowing at the same time a good reading of the whole plant in the drawing. 6.2.1 Graphic part The cable route digging planimetries should present all the diggings required by the layout of the cable routes within the plant, according to a scale, independently from their physical size and from being the cables held by them power, instrument, telecommunication, grounding ones, or any other kind. The cable route digging planimetries logically follow the production of the cable route network drawings (see Ref. 8), they recall their contents and reproduce them according to a more suitable scale for the design of the civil works part. The basic content of these planimetries is the same as the one required by the plot plans (or, for very large plants, by the equipment arrangement planimetries). All the information related to the diggings required by the cable routes are reported on these. The criteria and requirements for the routing of the underground cables (directly or inside channels), or for the cable routing on cable trays and unfilled ducts or channels, are defined and imposed by the Ref. 7 specification. The different types of cable route or of single cable route having an impact on the civil works, require in particular, to identify the following information: 1) In the case of a cable route implemented by means of cable trays placed on the ground, supported by vertical supports linked to the blocks, the axis connecting the different blocks should be represented with a thick fine, for the drawings of a reducing scale of 1:333.3 or bigger; while for the inferior scales a double fine, filled by a suitable hatching, is used. Next to this graphic representation, the cable way tract composition should be written, along with the distance between the vertical supports required by the electro-instrumental designer. In the drawing notes it is important to point out the kind of cable tray used in the plant, in order to permit the calculation of the cable route supporting block interaxis. It is also a good policy to refer to the "Typical" to be applied for the mentioned cable trays. In function of the i nter-axis placed between foundation blocks and in function of each cable tray size and type, it is possible to calculate the maximum weight acting on every block. Ex.: 3x600+1x400 (3 cable trays 600 mm wide and I of 400 mm).

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2)

In the case of a cable route implemented by means of blocks with underground conduits, commonly used for the crossing of roads, the block wideness should be represented with two parallel lines, in scale; the lower level of the digging (deepness) should be written along with its wideness, the 4" conduit layer number, and the conduit number for each layer. Es.: 2x10 (2 layers of 10 conduits).

3)

The single cables, directly placed underground, layed according to the Ref. 7 specification laying criteria, require an indication of the deepness they are placed at; the wideness of the digging, in such a case, should be no less than 300 mm. They are represented with a continuos thick fine. The cable route made of a single digging for the running of several cables , should be identified by a thick fine, located on the digging axis for the drawings with a reduction scale of 1:333.3 or bigger; while in other cases a double fine, in scale, of average thickness is used, blackened in the middle, next to which an indication of the wideness and of the foreseen number of cable layers is placed. The digging deepness should be written too. It could be useful to distinguish between the part required by the electrical cables (telecommunications included) and the part required by the instrument cables, specifying the two widenesses and having them followed by an E" and an "S" respectively. Ex.: L=1200E+500S (digging 1700 mm wide, 500 of which are require by the instrument cables)

4)

5)

The ground ducts or channels require both the deepness and the wideness. They are represented with a continuos fine, with a perpendicular hatching in the case of drawings in a reduction scale of 1:333.3 or bigger; in other cases a double continuous fine is used, less thick and with a perpendicular hatching in the middle. Ex.: 700 (a700 mm wide duct).

6)

The isolated diggings (as, for example, the concrete pits for the pile shoes connections) require the indication of the two dimensions expressed in mm. (following the X and Y plant directions), as well as the deepness. They are represented with a blackened circle, if inferior in size than 1 meter and reproduced on drawings in a reducing scale of 1:333.3 or bigger. Otherwise the geometry ~s reproduced in scale. Es.: 700x700.

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7)

The crossings betwee n underground cables and between subterranean cables and underground process pipes, in which a lowering of power cables might be necessary and, consequently, need a deeper digging, require the indication of such deepness.

The cable routes donot require to be identified. The starting and ending point of all the cable route diggings should be quoted, along with the quoting of all the points marking a significant change in the cable route characteristics. The bottom deepness of every single digging should always be pointed out, separate from the other dimensions of the same. The digging deepness is independent from the ground level and, therefore, the bottom digging level can always be calculated as surface level minus the digging deepness. Figure 1 represent the graphic symbol to be used to represent levels and deepness. Conversely, figure 2 represents an example of cable route digging planimetry. Coordinates, deepness and levels should be expressed in mm . A greater exactness than 50 mm is not required. It can be possible to avoid reporting the mechanical or electrical equipment, placed in the area represented by the drawings and which have no influence on the presence and the realization of blocks and diggings, on the cable route digging planimetry. As to the general part of the digging planimetry for cable routes, what is given in the following paragraph should appear in the drawing. The drawing shows the routes and the squares, the maintenance areas, the stairs, the buildings, the walls, the grids, the pipe racks having an impact on digging definition. The foundation of equipment or structure which could influence the digging should be evidenced. The rises of the ground outside the buildings, as well as the height of the internal slabs of buildings or platforms, should always be pointed out. The rise can be expressed in mm., with a reference to the sea level, or it can be expressed according to local values, taking care of writing the geographic reference on the bench mark. In the case the designed plant portion represents an addition to an already existing plant, or in the case some areas or equipment to be implemented in the future appear in a newly designed plant, all these should be marked with a suitable graphic representation, showing the different implementing periods. We recall and summarize here all information already described in detail in the Ref. 4 document, which should a]ways appear in the drawing of this standard: the geographic and the conventional north, the plant key map, the main reference point (bench mark)

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the local reference points, with an indication of the local coordinates. the "columns network"; the indication of a group of three coordinates the limits of the plant surface; the representation of all the works extraneous to the plant (i. e. power lines, sewages, canals, etc.),

Take care of positioning the plant with the conventional north upward oriented and, in any case, to keep constantly the chosen layout, for all the planimetries of all the plant areas. The marking, by means of a small cloud, of all the DGV parts which have been changed since the previous revision, is always required. The revision number bringing the change about should always appear, inserted in a suitable small triangle, inside the cloud. 6.2.2 Table part The portion of the drawing placed above the label should present the following information, written according to the same upward sequence: the key map, the drawing general notes, the interpreting key of the used symbols, the eventual typical digging sections, the list of the planimetrie drawing related to the present one (i. e. the plot plan, the cable route network planimetry, etc.).

The key map should be present and it should be hatched in a position equivalent to the one being detailed by the related planimetry, if the scale adopted for the planimetry doesn't allow the whole plant to be reproduced on a single sheet. We need report on each drawing the list of the graphic symbols used, or that can be used, for the single planimetry. Figure I represents the list of the symbols to use. In the plot plans, from which the present planimetry derives a number of information, a table indicating the areas and the most important equipment belonging to a plant is presented. If the presence of such a table doesn't hinder the reading of all information related to the cable tray diggings, it could well be kept in this drawing too.

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7. 7.1

GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION General description For an easy reading of the cable route digging planimetries, the drawing should be reproduced, for most parts, on drawing paper with very thin lines, if handmade, or plotted with a thin fine (0.2 mm) if obtained by means of computer-based tools . That is all the graphic parts related to roads, squares, building shapes, walls, columns, stairs, cable trays, gardens, gravines, hydraulic works on the ground, underground works, structural works, grids, levels, columns networks, internal hatchings, area limits, and symbols of general type thought as necessary for the drawing interpreting should be reproduced with a very thin fine. An already existing plant "future" parts, or those of "new design", should be pointed out with a thin hatching (if handmade), or with a set of dots (if CAD produced) entirely covering the interested area. The continuous or hatched thick lines identifying the digging route, in the drawing of a reducing scale of 1:333.3 or bigger, should be drawn with a very thick fine (1.2 mm.); only the perpendicular hatching of the ducts should have the reduced thickness of 0.4 mm.. Conversely, if the drawings use a reduction scale less than 1:333.3, the diggings almost always require a double fine 0.6 mm. thick, with internal 0.4 mm. thick hatching. These drawings, which are used either for the diggings definition and for the concrete castings, or for the definition of civil works suitable for the cable support or holding, need to be devoided of all information not helping a good interpreting of the drawings themselves. The scale to be used for the production of the cable route digging planimetry should, if possible, be the same used to produce the plot plan, from which the rest of the drawing is derived, including the equipment but leaving the related levels out; or it should be the same as the one used for the equipment arrangement planimetry, in the case of very large plants. Therefore the scales will vary from a minimum of 1:50 to a maximum of 1:1000, with intermediate values of: 1:75, 1 :100, 1:200, 1:333.3, 1:500. Different values will exceptionally be used if required by a need of clearness of the work.

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7.2.

Formats The drawings are generally done in Al format or, only if absolutely necessary, in AO format. The information appearing on the format should respect the general criteria of space occupation imposed by the Ref. 3 document and, besides, the drawing should be numbered following the rules of the Ref. 1 document. It follows that the eventual table presenting the list of the areas and the main equipment, should be placed up above the label, in an intermediate position between the related drawings list and the notes.

7.3.

Symbols The planimetries require the use of some typical standard symbols, whose aspect is presented by figure 1 in this document. The other graphic symbols, related to the drawing general part and foreseen by the company standards, should be reported on the drawing according to the same criteria cited by the Re. 4 and 5 documents.

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FIGURE 1

Graphic representations required by the Cable Route Digging Planimetry LEGENDA SIMBOLI

DISEGNI IN SCALE DISEGNI IN SCALE 1:333.3 1:500 1:1000 1:50 1:75 1:100 1:200

DESCRIZIONE
PERCORSO CAVI ELETTRICI DIRETTAMENTE INTERRATI PERCORSO CAVI Dl STRUMENTAZIONE DIRETTAMENTE INTERRATI SCAVO PER SOLA CORDA Dl TERRA O CAVO ISOLATO MASSELLO PER ATTRAVERSAMENTO STRADALE PASSERELLA PORTACAVI VARIAZIONE IN ELEVAZIONE Dl UNA PASSERELLA PORTACAVI TUBO CONDUIT 1 - 11/2 - 2 - 3 - 4 SEZIONI PERCORSO SCAVI CANALETTA O CUNICOLO SCAVI ISOLATI

Metri cubi di scavo stimati : _____________


(esclusi masselli delle passerelle)

ESEMPI Dl ASSEGNAZIONE DIMENSIONI

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FIGURE 2 - Example of a Cable Route Digging Planimetry

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