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TECHNICAL REPORT 7084
Published 1981-07-01

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION l MEXA’YHAPOAHA5? OPTAHH3AWfi l-IO CTAHAAPTM3AUWM l ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION

Coding and referencing systems for
Technical drawings -
building and civil engineering drawings and associated
documents

Systkmes de codification et de r&f&encement des dessins de b&iment et de ghie civil et documents associh

Dessins techniques -

Technical Report 7084 was drawn up and was approved by the Technical Committee ISO/TC 10, Technical drawings.

Whilst the Technical Committee accepts the need for an International Standard in this field, it recommends immediate publication in

the form of a Technical Report which is urgently needed as a basis and guidance for further discussions concerning its technical work.

The document will be revised in many countries after the necessary internal discussion. This Technical Report shall support these

discussions.
Page
Contents

.................................................................................. 2

1 Scope and field of application
. 2

2 Reference .......................................................................... ........................

3 Typesofdocuments ..........................................................................................

3.1 Generalconcepts.. ......................................................................................

........................................................................ 3
3.2 Documents for an individual project
......................................................................... 4
3.3 Relationships between documents

4 Drawings ....................................................................................................

....................................................................................... 5

4.1 Typesofdrawings
........................................................................... 6
4.2 Relationships between drawings
.................................................................. 6
4.3 Denomination and designation of drawings

4.4 Systemsofreference.. ...................................................................................

............................................. 9
5 Coding and numbering of documents and information within documents
....................................................................... 9
5.1 Coding and numbering of documents
...................................................... 9
5.2 Coding and numbering of information within documents.
.............................. 10

5.3 Coding and numbering in connection with general classification and coding systems

....................................................................... 10
5.4 Systems of reference (summing up)
~--~
iii
Ref. No. ISO/TR 70844981 (E)
UDC 744.4 : 69 : 025.4
Descriptors : technical drawings, buildings, documents, designation, numbering.
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@ International Organization for Standardization, 1981 0
Price based on 11 pages
Printed in Switzerland
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lSO/TR 7084-1981 (E)
Codi.ng and referencing systems for
Technical. draw.ings -
building and civil, engineering drawings and associated
documents
1 Scope and field of application

This Technical Report deals with systems of designations and references for different types of drawings and associated documents,

primarily those which are used in the manufacture of components and construction of projects. It concerns also, where applicable,

documents relating to earlier phases in the design process.
However recommended to apply this Technical Report whenever
All examples are related to
other fields of engineering.
Different types of documents and their relationships are also described.
Coding and referencing systems are developed taking into consideration :

- primary requirements for the basis of the manufacture and construction of separate projects;

their relation to general documents which are available for reference;
the re-use of documents, originally elaborated for a single project.
sizes. For small projects, required abbreviations and shortening may be
The systems are applicable to all types of projects of various
to the practical circumstances and needs.
made according

there are general classification and coding systems for different types of documentation. The desirability of compatability

NOT E - In many countries
with such systems is taken into account.
for designations of

Also, when using general classification and coding systems and different elements in the documentation of separate

projects, the fundamental principles in this Technical Report can be used.
2 Reference
IS0 1046, Architectural and building drawings - Vocabulary.
---------------------- Page: 2 ----------------------
ISO/TR 70844981 (E)
3 Types of documents
3.1 General concepts
The documents can be classified according to contents and function into :
- general documents;
- project documents;
company documents.

General documents include documents with and without relation to the design and construction.

General documents, not directly related to design and construction, include a general background and information.

General documents, related to design and construction, give information that otherwise has to be given in project documents. They

are adapted to be used, by references, directly in the design and construction process. They consist of standards, codes and other

local construction regulations, prototype drawings, general material and instructions for their execution price-lists for elements, com-

ponents, materials etc., information papers etc.

The project documents are directly made for individual projects. They consist of drawings, schedules, specifications, contracts,

minutes etc.

The company documents concern the general activities, which are not related to separate projects, of an enterprise. They concern

only one definite company and its administration. They consist of account schemes, work cards etc.

A simplified classification of documents into
documents related to an object and,
documents not related to an object,

distinguishes the documents, elaborated to be once for one single project from all the other docume nts, which are used in more

than one design and constru ction process.
32 . Documents for an individual project

The documents for the documentation of the form and construction of a project (the product) consist of :

drawings;
schedules (lists);
specifications (descriptions);
- design calculations;
models.

The design of letters, minutes, contracts etc. are also influenced by the requirements of the projects and their execution.

are documented, which need to be shown graphically. Tables, etc. may, in certain
On the drawings indications cases, be included in
the drawing documentation.

In the schedules information is documented, which does not have to be shown graphically, but on the ot her hand needs so much

specified information that it is more rational to show separately, in tabular form rather than directly in the specif ica tions.

In the specifications the text information relevant to the project is documented in the form of compilations.

In the design calculations the information is documented as a basis for the technical conception and construction.

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ISO/TR 7084-1981 (E)
Models are concrete, three-dimensional, often simplified reproductions.

NOTE - The documents for the documentation of the products are the most comprehensive. The documents for the resource account (costs, etc.)

and the documentation for the planning, the execution and the follow-up can be considered as annex to these and are not considered further in this

Technical Report.
3.3 Relationships between documents

All documents for a project should be considered as a whole, irrespective of who makes them, when they are made or when they are

used.

Items of information on the drawings, in schedules, in specifications and in other documents are complementary.

An item of information should be shown only in one place or in as few places as possible in the series of documents for a project.

References are made from the other contexts, where the item of information can be appropriate to the place where it is indicated.

The information in schedules and specifications replaces the drawing documentation of standardized objects or manufactured pro-

ducts (catalogue products).

The relationships between different kinds of documents for a project are shown in figure 1.

The specifications include a synthesis of the information about the project, They coordinate all the project documents with the

general documents related to the design and construction and other documents.
General
documents
related to a
project
Specifications
Other
Schedules
documents
Figure 1
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ISO/TR 7084-1981 (E)
4 Drawings
4.1 Types.of drawings
The division of the drawings follows basically the division of the project.

Further divisions of the documentation are made having regard to its intended purposes.

The documentation on the drawings for the project and its parts shall make clear :

position, extent and mutual relationships;
form and construction;
assembly and joining.
Four main categories of drawings are distinguished :
- general arrangement drawings (location drawings);
assembly drawings;
component range drawings;
- detail drawings.
Diagrams form a further category of drawings.
rawings show the position of the elements included in the project,
The gene lral arrangem ent d their extent and their mutual rela-

tionships. The documen tation on series of plans, sections, views (elevations) and diagrams is made in a hierarchical evel classif ication

for :
the project as a whole in the final design;
ground, building and installations respectively in the final design;

- parts of the project, functional units, phases of the construction work, structure, material and production units, etc. for the

a whole;
project as

- parts of the project, which are shown separately, generally in a larger scale, because of the quantity of information to be

shown (partial general arrangement drawings).

The general arrangement drawings have three main purposes : location, reference and dimensioning.

Information as a basis for the execution of work can also be given.

The assembly drawings show named assemblies of the project, inserted in their context. The drawings can include plans, sections

and views.

The assembly drawings are primarily used when showing assemblies of composed elements (such as staircases, entrance sections

and other named, composed pa
...

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Technical drawings -- Coding and referencing systems for building and civil engineering

drawings and associated documents

Dessins techniques -- Systèmes de codification et de référencement des dessins de

bâtiment et de génie civil et documents associés
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: ISO/TR 7084:1981
ICS:
01.100.30 *UDGEHQLQDþUWL Construction drawings
SIST ISO/TR 7084:1995 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST ISO/TR 7084:1995
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SIST ISO/TR 7084:1995
TECHNICAL REPORT 7084
Published 1981-07-01

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION l MEXA’YHAPOAHA5? OPTAHH3AWfi l-IO CTAHAAPTM3AUWM l ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION

Coding and referencing systems for
Technical drawings -
building and civil engineering drawings and associated
documents

Systkmes de codification et de r&f&encement des dessins de b&iment et de ghie civil et documents associh

Dessins techniques -

Technical Report 7084 was drawn up and was approved by the Technical Committee ISO/TC 10, Technical drawings.

Whilst the Technical Committee accepts the need for an International Standard in this field, it recommends immediate publication in

the form of a Technical Report which is urgently needed as a basis and guidance for further discussions concerning its technical work.

The document will be revised in many countries after the necessary internal discussion. This Technical Report shall support these

discussions.
Page
Contents

.................................................................................. 2

1 Scope and field of application
. 2

2 Reference .......................................................................... ........................

3 Typesofdocuments ..........................................................................................

3.1 Generalconcepts.. ......................................................................................

........................................................................ 3
3.2 Documents for an individual project
......................................................................... 4
3.3 Relationships between documents

4 Drawings ....................................................................................................

....................................................................................... 5

4.1 Typesofdrawings
........................................................................... 6
4.2 Relationships between drawings
.................................................................. 6
4.3 Denomination and designation of drawings

4.4 Systemsofreference.. ...................................................................................

............................................. 9
5 Coding and numbering of documents and information within documents
....................................................................... 9
5.1 Coding and numbering of documents
...................................................... 9
5.2 Coding and numbering of information within documents.
.............................. 10

5.3 Coding and numbering in connection with general classification and coding systems

....................................................................... 10
5.4 Systems of reference (summing up)
~--~
iii
Ref. No. ISO/TR 70844981 (E)
UDC 744.4 : 69 : 025.4
Descriptors : technical drawings, buildings, documents, designation, numbering.
ii3
@ International Organization for Standardization, 1981 0
Price based on 11 pages
Printed in Switzerland
---------------------- Page: 3 ----------------------
SIST ISO/TR 7084:1995
lSO/TR 7084-1981 (E)
Codi.ng and referencing systems for
Technical. draw.ings -
building and civil, engineering drawings and associated
documents
1 Scope and field of application

This Technical Report deals with systems of designations and references for different types of drawings and associated documents,

primarily those which are used in the manufacture of components and construction of projects. It concerns also, where applicable,

documents relating to earlier phases in the design process.
However recommended to apply this Technical Report whenever
All examples are related to
other fields of engineering.
Different types of documents and their relationships are also described.
Coding and referencing systems are developed taking into consideration :

- primary requirements for the basis of the manufacture and construction of separate projects;

their relation to general documents which are available for reference;
the re-use of documents, originally elaborated for a single project.
sizes. For small projects, required abbreviations and shortening may be
The systems are applicable to all types of projects of various
to the practical circumstances and needs.
made according

there are general classification and coding systems for different types of documentation. The desirability of compatability

NOT E - In many countries
with such systems is taken into account.
for designations of

Also, when using general classification and coding systems and different elements in the documentation of separate

projects, the fundamental principles in this Technical Report can be used.
2 Reference
IS0 1046, Architectural and building drawings - Vocabulary.
---------------------- Page: 4 ----------------------
SIST ISO/TR 7084:1995
ISO/TR 70844981 (E)
3 Types of documents
3.1 General concepts
The documents can be classified according to contents and function into :
- general documents;
- project documents;
company documents.

General documents include documents with and without relation to the design and construction.

General documents, not directly related to design and construction, include a general background and information.

General documents, related to design and construction, give information that otherwise has to be given in project documents. They

are adapted to be used, by references, directly in the design and construction process. They consist of standards, codes and other

local construction regulations, prototype drawings, general material and instructions for their execution price-lists for elements, com-

ponents, materials etc., information papers etc.

The project documents are directly made for individual projects. They consist of drawings, schedules, specifications, contracts,

minutes etc.

The company documents concern the general activities, which are not related to separate projects, of an enterprise. They concern

only one definite company and its administration. They consist of account schemes, work cards etc.

A simplified classification of documents into
documents related to an object and,
documents not related to an object,

distinguishes the documents, elaborated to be once for one single project from all the other docume nts, which are used in more

than one design and constru ction process.
32 . Documents for an individual project

The documents for the documentation of the form and construction of a project (the product) consist of :

drawings;
schedules (lists);
specifications (descriptions);
- design calculations;
models.

The design of letters, minutes, contracts etc. are also influenced by the requirements of the projects and their execution.

are documented, which need to be shown graphically. Tables, etc. may, in certain
On the drawings indications cases, be included in
the drawing documentation.

In the schedules information is documented, which does not have to be shown graphically, but on the ot her hand needs so much

specified information that it is more rational to show separately, in tabular form rather than directly in the specif ica tions.

In the specifications the text information relevant to the project is documented in the form of compilations.

In the design calculations the information is documented as a basis for the technical conception and construction.

---------------------- Page: 5 ----------------------
SIST ISO/TR 7084:1995
ISO/TR 7084-1981 (E)
Models are concrete, three-dimensional, often simplified reproductions.

NOTE - The documents for the documentation of the products are the most comprehensive. The documents for the resource account (costs, etc.)

and the documentation for the planning, the execution and the follow-up can be considered as annex to these and are not considered further in this

Technical Report.
3.3 Relationships between documents

All documents for a project should be considered as a whole, irrespective of who makes them, when they are made or when they are

used.

Items of information on the drawings, in schedules, in specifications and in other documents are complementary.

An item of information should be shown only in one place or in as few places as possible in the series of documents for a project.

References are made from the other contexts, where the item of information can be appropriate to the place where it is indicated.

The information in schedules and specifications replaces the drawing documentation of standardized objects or manufactured pro-

ducts (catalogue products).

The relationships between different kinds of documents for a project are shown in figure 1.

The specifications include a synthesis of the information about the project, They coordinate all the project documents with the

general documents related to the design and construction and other documents.
General
documents
related to a
project
Specifications
Other
Schedules
documents
Figure 1
---------------------- Page: 6 ----------------------
SIST ISO/TR 7084:1995
ISO/TR 7084-1981 (E)
4 Drawings
4.1 Types.of drawings
The division of the drawings follows basically the division of the project.

Further divisions of the documentation are made having regard to its intended purposes.

The documentation on the drawings for the project and its parts shall make clear :

position, extent and mutual relationships;
form and construction;
assembly and joining.
Four main categories of drawings are distinguished :
- general arrangement drawings (location drawings);
assembly drawings;
component range drawings;
- detail drawings.
Diagrams form a further category of drawings.
rawings show the position of the elements included in the project,
The gene lral arrangem ent d their extent and their mutual rela-

tionships. The documen tation on series of plans, sections, views (elevations) and diagrams is made in a hierarchical evel classif ication

for :
the project as a whole in the final design;
ground, building and installations respectively in the final design;

- parts of the project, functional units, phases of the construction work, structure, material and production units, etc. for the

a whole;
project as

- parts of the project, which are shown separately, generally in a larger scale, because of the quantity of information to be

shown (partial general arrangement drawings).
The general arrangement drawings hav
...

RAPPORT TECHNIQUE 7084
Publié 1981-07-01

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION *MEEAk”APOAHAR OPïAHH3AUHR Il0 CTAHAAPTH3AUHH .ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION

Dessins techniques - Systèmes de codification et de
référencement des dessins de bâtiment et de génie civil et
documents associés

Technical drawings - Coding and referencing systems for- building and civil engineering drawings and associated documents

Le Rapport technique 7084 a été établi et approuvé par le comité technique ISO/TC 10, Dessins techniques.

Tout en admettant qu‘il existe un besoin de pouvoir disposer d’une Norme internationale sur ce sujet, le comité technique recom-

mande la publication immédiate du présent document sous la forme d‘un Rapport technique.

Ce dernier doit servir de base et fournir l’idée directrice pour de futures discussions relatives à ses travaux, sa mise en application est

urgente. Le document sera révisé dans de nombreux pays après la discussion interne qui s’impose.

Som maire Page
1 Objet et domaine d’application ..............................

2 Références ......................................... ................................. 2

3 Types de documents ........................................... ........... 3
(. 3.1 Concepts généraux ............ ..............................

3.2 Documents concernant un projet séparé. .................................... ..................... 3

3.3 Liens entre les documents ....................................... ................... 4

...................................
................................
4.1 Types de dessins ...................................... ............ 5

4.2 Liens entre les dessins ..................... .....................................

4.3 Appellation et désignation des dessins ........................................ ............ 6

4.4 Systèmes de référence, .................................... ........................... 8

5 Codification et numérotation des documents et des informations qu’ils contiennent .................................

5.1 Codification et numérotation des documents . .................................................

5.2 Codification et numérotation de l’information contenue dans les documents .....

5.3 Codification et numérotation en liaison avec les systèmes généraux de classification et de codification ........

5.4 Systèmes de référence (résumé) ............. ........................................ 10

Réf. no : ISO/TR 7084-1981 (FI
CDU 744.4 : 69 : 025.4
Descripteurs : dessin industriel, bâtiment, document, désignation, numérotation.
oc 0 Organisation internationale de normalisation, 1981
8 imprimé en Suisse Prix basé sur 11 pages
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ISO/TR 7084-1981 (FI
Dessins techniques - Systèmes de codification et de
référencement .des dessins de bâtiment et de génie civil et
documents associés
1 Objet et domaine d’application

Le présent Rapport technique traite des systèmes de désignation et de référence des différents types de dessins et de leurs documents

is&, pawchfabriGation des composants et a l’élaboration de projets. II s’appli-
d’accompagnement,

que également, lorsq aux documents relatifs à des phases antérieures dans le processus de la conception.

Tous les exemples se référent aux projets de construction. Néanmoins, quand cela est possible, il est recommandé d’appliquer ce

Rapport technique dans d‘autres domaines de génie civil.

Le présent Rapport technique décrit les différents types de documents et leurs liaisons entre eux.

Les systèmes de codification et de référence sont établis en prenant en considération :

les spécifications de base des fabrications et constructions de projets séparés;
leur lien avec les documents généraux pouvant servir de référence;
la réutilisation de documents, initialement élaborés pour un projet unique.

Les systèmes s’appliquent à tous les types de projets de dimensions différentes. Des abréviations et des coupures peuvent être faites

pour les petits projets suivant les circonstances matérielles et les besoins.

NOTE - De nombreux pays utilisent des systèmes généraux de classification et de codification pour différentes sortes de documents. Le présent

Rapport technique tient compte du fait que la compatibilité avec de tels systèmes est souhaitable.

De plus, lorsque sont utilisés des systèmes généraux de classification et de codification pour les désignations des dessins et des divers éléments de

documentation de projets séparés, les principes fondamentaux du présent Rapport technique peuvent être utilisés.

2 Référence
IS0 1046, Dessins de bâtiment et d‘architecture - Vocabulaire.
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ISO/TR 7084-1981 (F)
3 Types de documents
3.1 Concepts généraux
Les documents peuvent être classés suivant leur contenu et leur fonction en :
- documents de base;
- documents de projet;
- documents d'accompagnement.

Les documents de base comportent les documents qui ont ou n'ont pas de lien avec la conception et la construction.

Les documents de base qui n'ont pas de lien direct avec la conception et la construction contiennent les connaissances et les informa-

tions d'ordre général.

Les documents de base, liés à la conception et à la construction, donnent des informations qui, sans cela, doivent être fournies dans

les documents de projet. Ils sont adaptés pour être utilisés directement, par référence, dans le processus de conception et de cons-

truction. Ils sont constitués de normes, codes et autres réglements de construction locaux, dessins préliminaires et instructions d'exé-

cution, barême des prix des éléments, composants, matériaux, etc., fiches d'information, etc.

Les documents de projet servent directement aux projets individualisés. Ils comprennent les dessins, programmes, spécifications,

contrats, minutes, etc.

Les documents d'accompagnement concernent les activités générales d'une entreprise qui ne sont pas liées aux projets séparés.

Ils ne concernent qu'une entreprise déterminée et son administration. Ils consistent en plan comptable, cartes professionnelles, etc.

Une classification simplifiée des documents en
documents relatifs à un objet et,
b) documents non liés à un objet,

distingue les documents élaborés pour être utilisés une seule fois pour un projet unique, des autres documents qui sont utilisés dans

plusieurs processus de conception et de construction.
3.2 Documents concernant un projet séparé

Les documents constituant la documentation relative à la forme et à la construction d'un projet sont les suivants :

- dessins;
- nomenclatures;
- spécifications (descriptions);
- calculs de conception;
- maquettes.

La conception des lettres, minutes, contrats, etc., est également influencée par les spécifications relatives aux projets et à leur

exécution.

Sur les dessins sont portées les indications qui doivent apparaître sous une forme graphique. Les tableaux, etc., peuvent dans

certains cas être inclus dans le format du dessin.

Dans les nomenclatures sont notées les informations qui ne nécessitent pas une représentation graphique mais qui cependant

doivent être si détaillées qu'il est plus rationnel de les donner séparément, sous la forme d'un tableau, plutôt que directement dans les

spécifications.

Dans les spécifications le texte informatif sur le projet prend la forme de compilations.

Dans les calculs de conception, l'information sert de base à la conception technique et à la construction.

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ISO/TR ISO/TR 7084-1981 7084-1981 (FI (FI

Les Les maquettes maquettes sont sont concrètes, concrètes, tridimensionnelles, tridimensionnelles, souvent souvent des des représentations représentations simplifiées. simplifiées.

NOTE NOTE - - Les Les documents documents relatifs relatifs aux aux produits produits sont sont les les plus plus compréhensifs. compréhensifs. Les Les documents documents de de comptabilité Comptabilité (coûts, (coûts, etc.) etc.) et et de de planification, planification, l'exécution l'exécution

et et le le suivi, suivi, peuvent peuvent être être considérés considérés comme comme des des annexes annexes à à ces ces documents documents Ils Ils ne ne sont sont pas pas pris pris en en considération considération dans dans ce ce Rapport Rapport technique. technique.

3.3 3.3 Liens Liens entre entre les les documents documents

Tous Tous les les documents documents d'un d'un projet projet devraient devraient être être considérés considérés comme comme un un tout, tout, sans sans prendre prendre en en compte compte qui qui les les fait, fait, à à quel quel moment moment ils ils sont sont

faits faits ou ou à à quel quel moment moment ils ils sont sont utilisés. utilisés.

Les Les informations informations contenues contenues dans dans les les dessins, dessins, les les nomenclatures, nomenclatures, les les spécifications spécifications et et autres autres documents, documents, sont sont complémentaires. complémentaires.

Une Une information information devrait devrait apparaître apparaître en en un un seul seul endroit endroit ou ou dans dans le le plus plus petit petit nombre nombre d'endroits d'endroits possibles possibles de de la la série série de de documents documents con- con-

cernant cernant un un projet. projet. On On peut, peut, dans dans d'autres d'autres contextes, contextes, faire faire référence référence à à l'endroit l'endroit où où elle elle est est indiquée, indiquée, lorsque lorsque l'information l'information est est appro- appro-

priée. priée.

L'information L'information contenue contenue dans dans les les nomenclatures nomenclatures et et les les spécifications spécifications renvoie renvoie à à la la documentation documentation liée liée au au dessin dessin des des objets objets normalisés normalisés

ou ou des des produits produits manufacturés manufacturés (produits (produits sur sur catalogue). catalogue).

Les Les liens liens entre entre les les différentes différentes sortes sortes de de documents documents concernant concernant un un projet projet sont sont représentés représentés à à la la figure figure 1. 1.

Les Les spécifications spécifications forment forment une une synthèse synthèse des des informations informations sur sur le le projet. projet. Elles Elles coordonnent coordonnent tous tous les les documents documents liés liés au au projet projet et et les les

documents documents de de base base liés liés à à la la conception, conception, à à la la construction construction et et aux aux autres autres documents. documents.

Documents de
base liés au
Dessins 1 projet
I< 4
I Spécifications I I
Documents de projet
Figure 1
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ISO/TR 7084-1981 (FI
4 Dessins
4.1 Types de dessins
La division des dessins se base sur la division du projet.

Des divisions supplémentaires de la documentation peuvent être faites en fonction des besoins.

La documentation concernant les dessins d'un projet et de ses parties doit faire ressortir clairement :

- la position, l'étendue et les rapports récipraques;
- la forme et la construction;
- l'assemblage et le mode de jonction.
II faut distinguer quatre catégories principales de dessins :
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les dessins d'ensemble;
- les dessins d'assemblage;
les dessins de série de composants;
- les dessins de détail.
Les schémas forment une catégorie supplémentaire de dessins.

Les dessins d'ensemble indiquent la position des éléments inclus dans le projet, leur étendue et leurs liaisons entre eux. La docu-

mentation concernant les séries de plans, sections, vues (élévations) et schémas, est établie suivant une classification de niveau hié-

rarchique pour :
l'ensemble du projet dans sa conception finale;

le sol, le bâtiment et les installations, respectivement dans leur conception finale;

les parties du projet, les unités fonctionnelles, les phases de la construction, la structur

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