P&ID Final Quiz
This is the final Quiz to check your understanding of P&ID.
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P&ID is also known as Process Engineering Flow Scheme (PEFS).
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_________ shows an overview of a plant, unit, or process in the easiest form possible.
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P&ID is a Piping and Internal diagram.
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In which part of the drawing will you look for additional information that the designer wishes you to add to make the drawing more comprehensive?
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Identify the type of heat exchanger shown in the image.
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A single PFD can have multiple P&IDs.
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P&IDs are developed using already available ______.
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Design pressure and temperature are shown in the _______ Static Equipment Data table.
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P&ID is a _______ representation of the actual process plant using various symbols.
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Identify the symbol shown in the image.
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Pipe classes and pipeline numbers are shown on the Process Flow Diagram – PFD.
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The stream table is only shown on the PFD (Process Flow Diagram).
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Identify the symbol of the instrument shown here.
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The symbol shown here is for Spectacle Blind “Normally Open” in P&ID
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The symbol shown in the image is of 24″ ______.
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Isolation and shutoff valves are shown in the _______.
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The equipment detail block shown in the image is available in ______.
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What is not included in the P&ID?
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Image shown above is for __________.
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Symbole shown in this image is for ____?
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P&ID shows all the equipment, including installed spares, and associated piping including drain and vent line.
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What is not included in a P&ID?
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Identify the symbol shown here.
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The average score is 71%