General Tab (Cableway Turn Feature Properties Dialog Box) - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Electrical

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3D Design and Visualization
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Intergraph Smart 3D
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Help
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2019 (10.0)
Version_S3D
12.1(2019)

Displays and defines the general properties of the selected cableway turn feature.

Standard

Cableway

Specifies the name of the cableway to which the feature is assigned.

<Load More Runs> loads all the runs that belong to the parent system. This option is not available after you load all the runs, or if the parent system contains less than 200 runs.

More displays the Select Cableway dialog box. Use this option to select a cableway that is associated with a different electrical system. For more information, see Select Cableway Dialog Box.

Specification

Determines the specification assigned to the cableway.

Angle

Displays the measurement of the angle of the turn. You cannot edit the value.

Type

Allows you to select turn types, like Bend, Miter, or Chamfer, in addition to any other turn types that the run specification allows. If you change specifications to one with parts, the software overrides the type of turn that you have set and replaces it with the default turn type.

Throat Radius

Specifies the throat radius of the turn transition. The list displays the last ten radii that you entered.

Number of Miters

Specifies the number of miters for the turn. If you change the angle of the turn, the software resets the number of miters to the default number defined for the new angle in the reference data.

The Number of Miters box is cleared if the active specification contains parts.

Part

Displays the default part assigned to the turn type. You can override the default part and select a part manually.

Maintenance Volume

A maintenance volume is space reserved for installing and maintaining cables in a cable tray and can be defined at the cableway level and optionally overridden at the feature level. You can also define maintenance volumes for duct banks to reserve space for a mud mat below the duct bank. Use the Format > View command to turn on the Maintenance aspect so you can see the maintenance volumes in the model.

Maintenance Volume Properties Option

Select Use Run Properties to use the maintenance volume properties defined for the parent run. Select Default Feature Properties to define maintenance volume settings that are unique for this feature. This option is only available when editing the properties of a feature.

Maintenance Shape

Specifies the maintenance volume shape: Rectangle, Round, or Flat Oval.

Maintenance Diameter

Specifies the diameter of the maintenance volume. This option is only available when Maintenance Shape is set to Round.

Maintenance Width

Specifies the width of the maintenance volume. This option is only available when Maintenance Shape is set to Rectangle or Flat Oval.

Maintenance Depth

Specifies the depth of the maintenance volume. This option is only available when Maintenance Shape is set to Rectangle or Flat Oval.

Maintenance Justification

Specifies how the maintenance volume (gray box below) aligns with the feature (blue cross section below). There are ten options available: (1) Top Left, (2) Top Center, (3) Top Right, (4) Center Left, (5) Center Center, (6) Center Right, (7) Bottom Left, (8) Bottom Center, (9) Bottom Right, and User Defined.

Maintenance Width Offset

Specifies the width offset distance. This option is only available when Maintenance Justification is set to User Defined.

Maintenance Depth Offset

Specifies the depth offset distance. This option is only available when Maintenance Justification is set to User Defined.

Fill Information

Percent Fill

Displays or defines the percent cable fill in the cableway feature.