The life cycle of pump P-101

latest update: 2018-05-21 

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Introduction

In this topic we follow the life cycle of pump P-101 as it appears on our P&ID. In that period three different physical pumps were installed at Function Place P-101.

That part of the life cycle is chopped up in 21 chapters, with a graph, a narrative, and code.

Plant Lifecycle Model

The plant lifecycle model below shows instance information about pump P-101, with its design basis P14 and with its physical implementations, on its journey through its life cycle.

Where the style of the model below is based on the fact that objects have temporal parts and are specialized or classified, the modeling style in the rest of this document is template-centric.

 

 


 

Contents and timeline

Chapter 0 - 2010-07-01T00:00:00Z - Some buildings have been registered (these are referred to below)

Chapter 1 - 2010-10-24T09:43:00Z - Process Design tags A14, P14 and S12 are being declared and related in an Activity model

Chapter 2 - 2010-12-07T23:00:00Z - Process data for pump function P14 on the PFD (P101 on the P&ID) became available

Chapter 3 - 2011-02-14T13:00:00Z - Tag numbers P-101 and CO_P-101 have been registered

Chapter 4 - 2011-03-07T15:00:00Z - Process Data for technical design of (CO_)P-101 became available and has been specified in an API 610 Pump Data Sheet revision 0

Chapter 5 - 2011-04-13T14:55:00Z - An RFQ (Request For Quotation) has been issued for (CO_)P-101

Chapter 6A -  2011-04-15T10:34:00Z  - The H875 Product Class is configured and Options #1 and #3 are being selected

Chapter 6B - 2011-05-10T11:45:00Z - A bid was received, a bid comparison was made, and Model H875 of the XYZ Corp. selected and purchased

Chapter 7 - 2011-12-15T17:05:00Z - A pump of model H875 plus an identical spare pump, were manufactured by the XYZ Corp. and inspected by the ABC Ltd

Chapter 8 - 2012-02-07T16:36:00Z - They were transported and registered in the Asset Management System under Asset Numbers A5830302 and A5830303 and stored in Warehouse I

Chapter 9 - 2012-02-19T11:29:00Z - Some time later A/N A5830302 was installed in the Function Place P101, commissioned and put in operation

Chapter 10 - 2012-02-19T11:29:00Z - Stream data

Chapter 11 - 2012-05-28T04:34:00Z - Months later a small technical problem occurred and could be solved by some in-line maintenance, the pump could stay installed

Chapter 12 - 2013-06-17T14:27:00Z - One year later the pump the problem re-occured more severely, and the pump was actually malfunctioning and had to be replaced; the specification was still unchanged (rev. 0)

Chapter 13 - 2013-09-22T10:20:00Z - Transportation of pump with A/N A5830302 to Maintenance Shop

Chapter 14 - 2013-09-23T15:39:00Z - The spare pump with Asset Number A5830303 was taken from Warehouse I and installed, commissioned and put in operation

Chapter 15 - 2015-10-16T16:11:00Z - Two years later, after some problems with this pump as well, an evaluation was made and it was concluded that the requirements were in fact more demanding than listed in rev. 0

Chapter 16 - 2015-11-03T17:18:00Z - So the pump specification was revised to revision 1

Chapter 17 - 2016-01-13T09:25:00Z - A bid was received, a bid comparison was made, and Model PQ347 of the PQR Corp. selected

Chapter 18 - 2016-01-13T14:00:00Z - Declaring the manufactured pump

Chapter 19 - 2016-01-13T14:36:00Z - The new pump was registered in the Asset Management System under Asset Number A5830357 and uncrated in Warehouse II

Chapter 20 - 2016-01-14T13:45:00Z - The spare pump is stopped, decommissioned and uninstalled

Chapter 21 - 2016-01-14T19:45:00Z - The new pump was installed, commissioned, and put in operation