AVEVA Hull Weld Planning uses the assemblies and production breakdown structure created in AVEVA Assembly Planning. So if the assembly structure is changed, the welds can be easily recalculated, helping you compare the full costs of alternative hull assembly strategies.
Using company welding rules and the orientation of the selected assembly, AVEVA Hull Weld Planning identifies each weld trace and whether it is uphand or downhand. It defines the joints in the assembly, the number of welds in each joint, the number of weld layers, the weld leg lengths and the total weld length.
Calculated welds can be edited to add or change properties such as weld position, size, process, test procedure and comments.
A customisable weld report can be created, listing all the joints and welds in an assembly, and all their properties.
Assembly and weld trace geometry information for robot welding systems can be extracted with the use of AVEVA Robot Interface 2.