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How to place pipes, pumps and valves in LabVIEW 8.5?

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Hello,

 

I'm an Undergraduate student of Electrical Engineering and simulating the Lube Oil system for the gas turbine generator.

I need to know how I can place the pipes, pumps and valves in LabVIEW 8.5??

 

Also I need to know if a control symbol on front panel (e.g. a pipe) can be rotated/tilted or not??

 

Replies awaited.

 

Regards

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Pipes, pumps, etc. are part of the DSC module. They have all the controls of which you speak in 4 orientations.

PaulG.

LabVIEW versions 5.0 - 2020

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There is a Multi-Segment Pipe control in LabVIEW, but it isn't on the palette.  It's a boolean and the color indicates the state.

The attached VI contains one.

Note in addition to changing the size/shape with the grab-handles, you can right-click to add/remove segments.

 

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Here is a set of built-in decorations that aren't on the palette.

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Thanks for your support. 🙂

 

There's a little technical hitch. The decos file is built on LabVIEW 10 and, as I mentioned, I have 8.5.

Kindly repost it.

 

Regards

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8.0.

LabVIEW 8.5.1 - 2019 Pro Dev
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Thanks alot... 🙂

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I'm a b.tech student.I'm doing my project on labview.I want to place pipes ,valves and pumps in my front panel.I have a labview of 2012 version.kindly post necessary link compatible with labview 2012

 

 

with regards

 

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Did you try the ones linked above?  LabVIEW code is generally backwards compatible so the old versions should open fine in 2012.

LabVIEW 8.5.1 - 2019 Pro Dev
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