Displays options for branches placed in the model.
Activates the properties dialog box for the selected branch. For more information, see Pipe Component Feature Properties Dialog Box.
Click to identify the origin of the move vector. If you do not define a starting point, the software assumes that the current location of the branch is the starting point.
Click to identify the termination point of the move vector.
Displays the short code associated with the selected branch. The Type list also contains the short codes associated with any other branches defined in the piping specification for the current nominal diameter. Selecting an entry from the Type list replaces the selected branch with one of a different type.
Displays the option of the selected branch. The Option list also contains any options defined in the piping specification for the short code selected in the Type box. Selecting another entry from the Option list updates the object accordingly.
Displays the name of the pipe run to which the branch is associated. You can select another pipe run if necessary.
<New Pipe Run> displays the New Pipe Run dialog box. Use this option to create a new pipe run.
<Select Graphically> allows you to select an existing run in a graphic view, the Workspace Explorer, or the P&ID View.
<Load More Runs> loads all the runs that belong to the parent pipeline system. This option is not available after you load all the runs, or if the parent pipeline system has less than 200 runs.
More displays the Select Pipe Run Dialog Box. Select More to select a pipe run that is associated with a different pipeline. For more information, see Select Pipe Run Dialog Box.
Specifies the angle of the branch.
Specifies the angle of the turn or branch feature located at the other end of the branch leg. If this box is blank, there is no turn or branch feature located at the end of the branch leg.
Orients the branch so that the selected port is located at the insertion point. If a lateral, tee, or other tee-type branch is located along the length of a pipe or between two components, only the in-line ports of the component are available when flipping. However, if the same component is located at the end of a pipe run, all component ports are available.
Select to rotate the branch about the pipe interactively. This option is available only when nothing has been connected to the branch port.
Type an angle at which you want the branch rotated about the pipe. This option is available only when nothing has been connected to the branch port.
Select the position of the branch centerline relative to the header centerline. Select Radial to place the branch such that its centerline intersects the header centerline. Select Non-Radial to place the branch such that its center line does not intersect the header centerline. If you select Non-Radial, you can specify the distance the branch centerline is offset from the header centerline up to being tangent to the outside diameter of the header.