Project Window 9.3
This page is for SysCAD 9.3 Build 136 or earlier. For latest version of SysCAD, please see Project Window
Command Path: View - Project
The project structure is outlined in the Project Window.
The Project Window consists of five tab pages:
|Files||This is used to list all associated files for the current project.|
|Models||This is used to list all existing unit models in the current project.|
|Environment||This is used to list the Location of project files|
|Conversions||This is used to list all the engineering units available to the user.|
|RefTags||This is used to list all the variables referenced by the PID controllers or Pgm files.|
If you click on the X button on the top right hand corner of the dialog box, then this starts the Close Project command, NOT the close dialog box. However, if you do not want to close the project, you can click on the cancel button when you are asked if you want to save the project.
Click on the Files Tab will open up the list of files generated or used by SysCAD for the opened project. The files in this window are grouped together for easy reference. A typical example is as follows:
The environment page of the Project Window shows a list of names used for folder/file paths.
The conversion units' list displays all the Conversion types and units that are available in SysCAD. This list also displays the SI units used in SysCAD.
The conversion table is stored as ..\SysCAD93\Basefiles\Default.93.db3 - table cnvs .
To add/modify the existing engineering units (excluding SI units), refer to Conversions_Table for instructions.
The Conversions window shown here is using SysCAD 9.3. This window will be slightly different in earlier builds of SysCAD.
Please see Conversions for more information on this topic.
The RefTag list is for user information only, it builds and displays a list of all the reference tags used in the projects. These include any read/write (GET/SET) tags used by models (eg, PID controller, PGM files - General controller).
Please NOTE that the list is built during the first iteration of a project solve or project run. Therefore, if the project has not yet been solved, the list will not appear. To display the list, after the project solve/run has been started, press on the refresh button on the following dialog box.
In the this example, we can read that P428.Ti is an input variable for the Autoclave2_Steam controller (measured value). The controller output then manipulates the Steam_1.QmReqd (the steam 1 mass flowrate required) variable.
NOTE: Referenced tags are also indicated by displayed coloured triangles on the relevant access window or Trend window, as described in Controlled and Referenced Variables.