My advice for successful reading of single line diagrams, schematic, P&ID, logic, and wiring


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Reading and Interpreting Drawings Engineering tasks require good skill in reading and interpreting the information on the drawings. Engineering drawings are the cornerstone of the industry for imparting detailed and accurate information about how to build, troubleshoot, maintain and operate a system. The basic requirements are needed to understand how to read these graphics: rules, basic codes, and industry conventions. My advice for successful reading of single line, schematic, P&ID, logic, and wiring diagrams, however, a prerequisite for learning how to read graphics is knowing how to read non-graphic areas for printing. Vendors have different information and formats for drawing, so all graphics will contain information different from the one covered here, but these drawings are usually the same. This article provides tips on the different types of drawing that help you quickly understand the main principles of these graphics These graphics cover single-line, schematic, wiring, logic, and P&ID graphics that are found in the industry. Before going into more detail about these drawings, topics not related to drawing are usually overlooked in explaining the basics of reading drawing, and it is necessary to master how to navigate drawing sheets, how to define a specific element, and how to browse different corrected drawing. Versions etc. These basic steps are explained briefly to create a basis by which to process these drawings, then the mentioned types of drawing are introduced and some advice is provided to help interpret these drawings This article does not explain these drawings, instead one should have some kind of basic understanding of drawings. Line and schematic diagrams Steps in reading electrical diagrams and diagrams Logic diagrams Excellent membership required This article / technical guide requires premium membership. Get access to all premium HV / MV / LV technical articles, electrical engineering guides, and papers. Check the benefits of each plan and choose the membership plan that works best for you or your organization. You can choose the Plus, Pro, or Enterprise membership plan on a yearly basis. Special Offer – Get 15% off PRO Premium Plan, use discount code: Log in to EEP content related to Sponsored Links


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