PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

 

TID

The Technical Installation Document defines and specifies all the processes involved in the works tinvolved in the work to be carried out (equipment, systems, others) which, due to their entity, complexity or responsibility, require a detailed study prior to installation. It describes and details the successive stages of the assembly of the Systems/Equipment, exposing in a sequential way all the tasks to be carried out in each one of the phases.

This document provides information on:

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    The affected sites, information and work orders

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    Work sequence, specific tools

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    Installation details, control sheets

STEEL DRAWINGS

Reference document for the movements and transfers of each intermediate product. It is a living document, with an important number of changes. It defines:

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    The design and calculation of block manoeuvres

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    Transfer feasibility, movements and embarkation

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    Constructive detail and disposition of the manoeuvre elements

WORK ORDERS (WWOO)

Document generated by detail engineering, including all the necessary information and support for the execution of the works object of the contract in Production. It is a “filter” of the design, prior to manufacture and installation in production. The WWOO integrate and support the management of the work, allowing reports and monitoring of work centers. It consists of:

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    Components list

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    Operations list

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    Bill of Materials

CONSTRUCTIVE STRATEGY (CS)

CS Notebooks are a guide for the construction process that should serve as a reference for operational construction planning. Provides an integrated view of the intermediate product, identifiying significant elements and defining to do works for the intermediate product, when and where.

CS documents are mainly and generally composed of the following points:

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    General information about the block

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    General data and layout

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    Construction and pre-assembly process

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    Specific tabs of the block under study

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    Impact of manoeuvring elements during pre-arming

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    Previous ideas on works conditioned by unions

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    Criteria and general instructions for coordination of tasks

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