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© 2011 Autodesk How to Manage Pipelines and Reduce Risk Using Autodesk® Topobase™ Stephane VIVIAND Technical manager
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© 2011 Autodesk Class Summary This class is designed for people managing pipe transportation (oil, gas …). This class will cover how to manage pipelines in a real 3D GIS and a linear referencing system (LRS). Based on this pipeline referential, we will see how to ensure that we respect security constraints regarding construction around the pipeline using 3D LRS technology. We will also cover pipeline maintenance to illustrate how we can collect data from a yearly inspection and compare it to the previous inspection to enable us to see the evolution of the pipeline and make the right decisions.
© 2011 Autodesk Learning Objectives At the end of this class, you will be able to: Understand 3D LRS system Model a GIS database for pipelines Foresee risks around the pipelines Maintain a pipeline infrastructure
© 2011 Autodesk Pipeline risks – application goal
© 2011 Autodesk Risks - examples Transporting oil or gas is dangerous: September 14, 2008 Transco Pipeline Accident in Appomattox Virginia
© 2011 Autodesk Risks - examples Pipeline break in a natural reserve in the south of France: Pipeline break Pipeline break Some information: 2 hours to close the valves 5 740 cubic meters of oil
© 2011 Autodesk Risks inventory Risks can be classified in three different categories) Human First lethal effects Significant lethal effects Irreversible lethal effects Environmental Material (buildings, roads, rails …) Significant lethal effects Lethal effects Irreversible Significant lethal effects Lethal effects Irreversible effects
© 2011 Autodesk Application goal Help to generate a risk study. Demonstrate that all necessary measures have been taken to avoid impact on people and environment Present the exhaustive analysis of all risks associated with the site (or pipe) Help make decisions
© 2011 Autodesk Application architecture
© 2011 Autodesk Topobase Client Includes Map 3D Topobase Administrator Topology Oracle Spatial MapGuide Enterprise WEB Browser DWF Plug-in / Ajax Topobase Web Includes MapGuide Enterprise WEB Browser Water WastewaterGasLand DWF Plug-in / Ajax ElectricSurvey Water WastewaterGasLand ElectricSurvey Jobs (long transactions) Workflows/ Business Rules ERP CRM Legacy GIS Pipelines Data Models User Management/ Oracle Security Geomap GiS Server 3D Dynamic Segmentation Geomap GiS Pipelines Application Server Relational DatabaseApplication ServerClients Global architecture
© 2011 Autodesk What is LRS ?
© 2011 Autodesk Dynamic segmentation in 3D
© 2011 Autodesk Dynamic segmentation in 3D The only way to manage pipelines and referenced objects, is to use 3D LRS. It allows to calculate the real M address of each object (tube) and obtain his linear address on the 2D map we are displaying. First point (address 0): FOS-SUR-MER Address 1, Terrain altitude 1, Pipe Altitude 1 Address 2, Terrain altitude 2, Pipe Altitude 2
© 2011 Autodesk Dynamic segmentation in 3D Section 20Section 19Section 18 P1 : aerial view (2D) P1 : profile (Z) Accessories (ACC) : 100, 101, 102 et 103 Tube 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7
© 2011 Autodesk Dynamic segmentation – illustration Display of the reference (address) and locate on an address Video How is referenced an object Video
© 2011 Autodesk The referential
© 2011 Autodesk Bulding the referential Referential is based on the axis and the tubes (elementary element) Acquire data to have the axis information in 3D Get terrain information (DTM) Tubes (information coming from the construction)
© 2011 Autodesk Calibrate the referential Calibrate based on inspection results using a wizard Calibrate using known points Draw tubes in the map to validate
© 2011 Autodesk Tubes and joints Integrate tubes information Video Calibrate information Video
© 2011 Autodesk Implementing an application – the necessary data
© 2011 Autodesk Necessary data Land information Parcels and information about owners Orthophotography Addresses Natural risks Road traffic Urban area Buildings (all : building receiving people and capacity and houses …) All information about the pipe which is available Inspection information (inside the pipe itself) this will help evaluating the risk around the pipeline
© 2011 Autodesk Necessary data – Building receiving public Capacity max of the building Number of employees
© 2011 Autodesk Necessary data – Building receiving public Position relative to the pipeline Projected length (2D and 3D) on the pipeline
© 2011 Autodesk Necessary data – Building receiving public Video
© 2011 Autodesk Analyzing the information
© 2011 Autodesk Analyzing referential information Tube tooltip including security information
© 2011 Autodesk Analyzing referential information Viewing profile information in a specific point Video
© 2011 Autodesk Is my pipeline safe ? Launch calculation to determine area of danger and theme the map (based on European rules)
© 2011 Autodesk One of the rules to determine risk around the pipeline S1S2 S8 S4S5 S6 S7 S3 Tube N°2 Tube N°1 Tube N°3Tube N°4 l Building receiving public Tube N°5 Tube N°6 Tube N°7 Not safe Safe Circles in yellow the lethal effects distance
© 2011 Autodesk Simulate impact of an accident on population Video
© 2011 Autodesk Other applications
© 2011 Autodesk Document management Associate photos and visualize in the application
© 2011 Autodesk Document management Associate construction documents like profiles
© 2011 Autodesk Visualize any document
© 2011 Autodesk Aerial inspection Localize and follow information collected from an aircraft inspection around the pipeline Video
© 2011 Autodesk Q & A
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