Door Equipment Parts - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data

Intergraph Smart 3D Equipment and Furnishings Reference Data

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
aSubProduct
Equipment and Furnishings
PPMCategory_custom
Reference Data
Version_SThreeD_Custom
12.1 (2019)

The Microsoft Excel workbook DoorsEquipment.xls contains defines reference data for the following door equipment parts:

  • Roll-Up Door

  • Overhead door

  • Sliding Door

  • Swinging Door (Simple and Double)

  • Loading Dock Door

  • Residential Door

  • Residential Window

  • Louvered Door

The software delivers this workbook to the [Product Folder]\CatalogData\Bulkload\Datafiles folder.

You can use the worksheets to define additional doors that you want to add to the catalog and hence to your model. When creating your doors, there are custom attributes and required attributes. You can add your custom attributes using the Custom Interfaces Sheet sheet (described in the Smart 3D Reference Data Guide).

Name

Type a name for the door. The name must be unique across the entire catalog.

Part Description

Type a description for the door equipment part.

ProcessEqTypes(2)

Type the coded process equipment type for the part. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the Equipment Types sheet in the Codelist Number column. For example, 2940 is the equipment type code for a sliding door.

Symbol Definition

Type the definition of the Visual Basic symbol used to create the door. If you do not type a value here, the symbol definition defined at the top of the sheet under Definition is used.

Definition

Type the definition of the Visual Basic class you are creating for the custom assembly definition for the door.

Symbol Icon

Type the graphic to use when displaying a preview of the window equipment part in the Catalog task. If you do not type a value here, the symbol icon defined at the top of the sheet under Definition is used.

Door Type

Specify the type of door. Valid values are defined in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the Door Type sheet in the Codelist column.

Opening Ratio

Specify the opening rate of the door. Valid values are 1 (Open) and 0 (Closed).

Kinematics

Specify the overall motion of the door. Valid values are defined in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the Doors Windows Kinematics sheet in the Codelist column.

Push

Specify the sense of the door panel opening. Valid values are 1 (Push) and -1 (Pull).

Height

Type the door height in millimeters.

Width

Type the door width in millimeters.

Casement Top Width

Specify the width of the top casement in millimeters.

Casement Top Thickness

Specify the depth of the top casement in millimeters.

Casement Top Edge

Specify the top edge of the casement in millimeters.

Casement Bottom Width

Specify the width of the bottom casement in millimeters.

Casement Bottom Thickness

Specify the thickness of the bottom casement in millimeters.

Casement Bottom Edge

Specify the bottom edge of the casement in millimeters.

Casement Left Width

Specify the width of the right casement in millimeters.

Casement Left Thickness

Specify the thickness of the left casement in millimeters.

Casement Left Edge

Specify the left edge of the casement in millimeters.

Casement Right Width

Specify the width of the right casement in millimeters.

Casement Right Thickness

Specify the depth of the left door frame in millimeters.

Casement Right Edge

Specify the right edge of the casement in millimeters.

Panel Thickness

Type the thickness of the door panel in millimeters.

X Position

Type the X position of the door related to the equipment coordinate system.

Y Position

Type the Y position of the door related to the equipment coordinate system.

Z Position

Type the Z position of the door related to the equipment coordinate system.

Dry Weight

Type the empty weight of the door. Be sure to specify the units when typing this value.

Water Weight

Type the water weight of the door. Be sure to specify the units when typing this value.

Dry COG X

Type the x-axis location of the dry center-of-gravity.

Dry COG Y

Type the y-axis location of the dry center-of-gravity.

Dry COG Z

Type the z-axis location of the dry center-of-gravity.

Water COG X

Type the x-axis location of the wet center-of-gravity.

Water COG Y

Type the y-axis location of the wet center-of-gravity.

Water COG Z

Type the z-axis location of the wet center-of-gravity.