General Arrangement (GA) Drawings
General Arrangement (GA) Drawings – Introduction
Procedure for General Arrangement (GA) Drawing
- Create a summary drawing of the panel and its components, including estimated placements and maybe a list of components.
- Set your drawing scales, then add a border and viewports.
- Add a panel to the model. Add any more plates to the panel. After all of the plates have been exploded, you will be sent to the General Arrangement layout.
- Install any devices and instruments, as well as accessories and terminal strips, on the plate(s).
Types of General Arrangement (GA) Drawing
- Concept design
- Preliminary design
- Detailed design
Reading of General Arrangement (GA) Drawing
Requirement of General Arrangement (GA) Drawing
- Process equipment assembly drawings (e.g. vessels, piping, valves, and instrumentation).
- Multiple perspectives in a single design, including the complete model or a portion of it
- Schematic sketches (foundation, floor, deck layout, and anchor bolt plans)
- Erection elevation drawings
- Model view information, including 3D views
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