Occurrence Tab - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Electrical

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory_custom
Help
SPFVersion_custom
2019 (10.0)
Version_S3D
12.1(2019)

Displays instance-specific information about the object. For more information about occurrences defined in the reference data, see the Electrical Reference Data Guide available from the Help > Printable Guides command in the software.

Category

Select the properties that you want to view for the object. Object properties are divided into two categories: Standard, Weight and CG, and Fabrication and Construction.

Insert Next Cable

Resets the property values to default values except System, Name Rule and Signal Type. This command is available only after you successfully insert a cable by clicking Apply.

Standard

Displays all the occurrence properties for the part as defined in the reference data. If the table is blank, the object for which you are viewing properties does not have any occurrence properties defined for it in the reference data. Not all standard category properties defined here are available on every part type. For more information about occurrences defined in the reference data, see the Electrical Reference Data Guide.

System

Select the system to which you want the object to belong. The last system that you selected is the default. Select More to display all systems. You can create a new cable in the Systems and Specifications task.

Name

Displays the occurrence name of the object.

Name Rule

Displays how the object was named. If set to Default Name Rule, the software names the object using the default naming rule. If set to User Defined, then you need to specify the object name manually.

Modeled Length

Specifies the length of the object as it is modeled.

Reporting Requirement

Select the reporting requirements for the object. You can specify that the object is reported or not reported. An example of an object that you might not want reported is a spacer for a valve. You have to order the valve, but the spacer comes with the valve and does not need to be ordered separately.

Reporting Type

Select the reporting type. The options that are available here depend on what you select for the Reporting Requirement.

Parallel Cables

Specifies the number of parallel cables the conduit\cableway will contain.

Operating Voltage

Specifies the operating voltage of the cable.

Signal Type

Specifies the type of application of the cable, such as Communication, Control, Data, Fire Alarm, Lighting, Multi-Conductor Power, Power, and Signal. The default option is Undefined.

Part Number

Specifies the part number for the cable.

Cable Type

Displays the name of cable type corresponding to the selected part number, as defined in the reference data.

Cable Diameter

Displays the diameter of the cable corresponding to the selected part number, as defined in the reference data.

Originating Device

Specifies the device type from which the cable originates. You can browse to select equipment, piping components, piping custom specialties and instruments as the originating devices.

Receptacle (Equipment 1)

Specifies the receptacle equipment type. This property is available depending on the originating device.

Terminal (Equipment 1)

Specifies the terminal equipment type. This property is available depending on the originating device.

Connector (Equipment 1)

Specifies the type of connector. This property is available depending on the originating device.

Backshell (Equipment 1)

Specifies the type of backshell. This property is available depending on the originating device.

Terminating Device

Specifies the device type at which the cable terminates. You can browse to select equipment, piping components, piping custom specialties and instruments as the terminating devices.

Receptacle (Equipment 2)

Specifies the receptacle equipment type. This property is available depending on the terminating device.

Terminal (Equipment 2)

Specifies the terminal equipment type. This property is available depending on the terminating device.

Connector (Equipment 2)

Specifies the type of connector. This property is available depending on the terminating device.

Backshell (Equipment 2)

Specifies the type of backshell. This property is available depending on the terminating device.

Modeled Length

Specifies the length of the object as routed.

Cableway Length

Specifies the length of the cable in the cableway\conduit.

Tail Length At Origin

Specifies the tail length of the cable at the origin.

Tail Length At Destination

Specifies the tail length of the cable at the destination.

Estimated Total length

Displays the estimated length of the cable. This value is equal to the sum of Cableway Length, Tail Length at Origin, and Tail Length at Destination. The default value is 0.

Cut Cable Length

Displays the total cable length. This value is equal to the sum of Spare Cable Length at Origin, Spare Cable Length at Destination, and Estimated Total Length. The default value is 0.

Spare Cable Length at Origin

Specifies the length of the cable spared at the originating device. The default value is 0.

Spare Cable Length at Destination

Specifies the length of the cable spared at the terminating device. The default value is 0.

  • After migrating the models, the old Spare Cable length is assigned to Spare Cable Length at Origin. If the old Spare Cable value is empty, then this property is set to its default value.

  • When you delete the routed cable, the Spare Cable Length at Origin and Spare Cable Length at Destination values for that cable are retained.

  • You need to configure and update the reports after the migration.

Conduit Specification

Displays the specification of the conduit.

Reporting Requirement

Select the reporting requirements for the object. You can specify that the object is reported or not reported.

Reporting Type

Specifies the reporting type. The options that are available here depend on what you select for the Reporting Requirement.

The glyph indicates that the reporting type for the part is determined by the specification. After you modify the reporting type, the glyph is no longer visible.

The glyph is not visible for cableway and duct bank parts.

Sequence ID

Specifies the object sequence ID.

Route Status

Specifies the route status. The default value is Undefined. The list is defined by the CableRouteStatus codelist.

Correlation Basis

Displays if the cable is required to be correlated to a P&ID cable. Select Correlate object if the cable has a correlating cable in a P&ID. Select No correlation is required if the cable does not have a correlating cable in a P&ID.

Correlation Status

Displays whether the cable has been correlated to a cable in a P&ID.

Correlation Approval Status

Displays if the component is approved with discrepancies in the three-dimensional data compared with design basis data. Select Topology mismatch approved if the topology mismatch of components can be ignored. Select Data and Topology mismatches approved if the data and topology mismatches of components can be ignored. Select None if you do not want to approve a mismatch.

Weight and CG

Displays the center-of-gravity and the weight of the selected object. The software includes the insulation weight in the calculated weight. If you key-in the weight yourself, you must include the insulation weight in the weight value that you type. The center-of-gravity locations are displayed in global system coordinates along the X-, Y-, and Z-axes.

Dry Weight

Displays the dry weight of the object.

Wet Weight

Displays the wet weight of the object.

Dry CG X

Displays the X-axis location of the dry center-of- gravity.

Dry CG Y

Displays the Y-axis location of the dry center-of- gravity.

Dry CG Z

Displays the Z-axis location of the dry center-of- gravity.

Wet CG X

Displays the X-axis location of the wet center-of- gravity.

Wet CG Y

Displays the Y-axis location of the wet center-of- gravity.

Wet CG Z

Displays the Z-axis location of the wet center-of- gravity.

Fabrication and Construction

Fabrication Requirement

Specifies the fabrication requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Fabrication Type select list in Catalog.

Fabrication Type

Specifies the type of fabrication for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Fabrication Type select list in Catalog.

The glyph indicates that the fabrication type for the part is determined by the specification. The glyph is not visible after you modify the fabrication type.

Construction Requirement

Specifies the construction requirement for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Construction Requirement select list in Catalog.

Construction Type

Specifies the type of construction for the object. To change the options on the list, edit the Construction Type select list in Catalog.

See Also

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