List of STEP (ISO 10303) Parts - Application Protocol

Application Protocol

The 'APs' utilize the lower-level information of integrated resources in well defined combinations and configurations to represent a particular data model of an engineering or technical application.

  • Part 201 - Explicit draughting. Simple 2D drawing geometry related to a product. No association, no assembly hierarchy. Practically a subset of AP202 and 214.
  • Part 202 - Associative draughting. 2D/3D drawing with association, but no product structure. Practically a subset of AP214.
  • Part 203: Configuration controlled 3D designs of mechanical parts and assemblies. Mainly used for 3D design and product structure. A subset of AP214 but most widely used.
  • Part 204 - Mechanical design using boundary representation
  • Part 207 - Sheet metal die planning and design
  • Part 209 - Composite and metallic structural analysis and related design
  • Part 210 - Electronic assembly, interconnect and packaging design. The most complex and sophisticated STEP AP.
  • Part 212 - Electrotechnical design and installation. Designed as a complement for AP214, but not fully harmonized with it.
  • Part 214 - Core data for automotive mechanical design processes
  • Part 215 - Ship arrangement
  • Part 216 - Ship moulded forms
  • Part 218 - Ship structures
  • Part 219 - Dimensional inspection information exchange
  • Part 221 - Functional data and their schematic representation for process plant
  • Part 223 - Exchange of design and manufacturing product information for cast parts, currently on CD level
  • Part 224 - Mechanical product definition for process plans using machining features
  • Part 225 - Building elements using explicit shape representation
  • Part 227 - Plant spatial configuration
  • Part 232 - Technical data packaging core information and exchange
  • Part 233 - Systems engineering
  • Part 235 - Materials information for the design and verification of products
  • Part 236 - Furniture catalog and interior design
  • Part 237 - Fluid dynamics
  • Part 238 - STEP-NC Application interpreted model for computerized numerical controllers
  • Part 239 - Product life cycle support
  • Part 240 - Process plans for machined products

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