- Body Flange
- Plate Type
- Profile Type
Extra Part Reports
- Shape Plate
- Stud Bolts
Exchanger Elements Reports
- Girth Flange
- Tube Sheet
- Tube & Spacer
- Tie Rods
Reports that are produced as Summary Reports are in fact accumulated reports of pieces whose data are entered in the software and which bear the same conditions with regard to subject matter, dimensions, and quality.
Fig. 116 – (Summary Reports Menu)
Example: Suppose that you have prepared Grid report out of Fitting page. Its result would be as the figure below:
Fig. 117 – (Grid Report for Fitting)
As can be seen, the report comprises 23 Fittings including 15 rows together with the equipment’s names.
If we produce this very report out of Summary Reports menu, it includes 10 rows and the equipment’s names are not seen:
Fig. 118 – (Summary Report for Fitting)
This report, too, comprises 23 Fittings; however, it includes 10 rows and the equipment’s names are not seen. This report resembles the previous one regarding technical data; yet, similar items are accumulated on each other. Rows 2, 4, and 5 of Grid report totally resemble one another both technically and dimensionally, which belong to three different items and five of them have been required overall. These items, but, are accumulated on each other in Summary report and are inserted as 5 in row no. 2.
In reality, Grid report answers the following question:
“What do we want for each equipment in the intended project?”
Summary report, however, answers this question:
“How many items of a given type do we want for the intended project?”
Holding this viewpoint, we realize that some of the project data are neither relevant nor cumulative. For instance, data which are inserted on Design Data or Weight & Load page are not subject to accumulation, so they are not seen is Summary Report. This happens because even if these data are generated through Summary Report, the resulting report does not differ from the Grid report at all.
Fig. 119 – (Summary Report for Shell)
As mentioned earlier in the chapter on entering Shell data, we are to define the constituent plates of each Shell-like piece immediately after entering them. Various reports that can be generated out of these pieces were explained where needed. However, the report produced through Summary Report for Shell does not include constituent plates, and merely accumulates Shells’ dimensional data in case of resemblance.
Fig. 120 – (Summary Report for Head)
As mentioned earlier in the chapter on entering Head data, we are to define the constituent plates of each Head’s data immediately after entering them. Various reports that can be generated out of these pieces were explained where needed. However, the report produced through Summary Report for Head does not include constituent plates, and merely accumulates Head’s dimensional data in case of resemblance. Similar reports will be generated as well concerning other items which, according to definitions at the beginning of this chapter, are possible to accumulate. In order to identify better, these reports are distinguished as blue.