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

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Displays the properties of a turn feature that is part of a trench run. You can edit properties that are not automatically determined by the software. The property name appears on the left side of the grid, and the corresponding property value appears on the right side of the grid.

Category

Specifies the properties category that you want to view. Select Standard, Weight & CG, or Dimensions.

Standard

Parent System

Displays the trench run system to which the feature belongs. This property cannot be changed.

Name

Displays the name of the feature. The name is based on the Naming Rule selection. If you want to type a new name, select User Defined in the Naming Rule box.

Naming Rule

Specifies the naming rule that you want to use to automatically name the feature. To manually type your own name in the Name box, select User Defined.

Turn Invert Elevation

Displays the invert elevation along the miter line of the turn feature.

Trench Length

Displays the horizontal length of the trench feature.

Top Slope Length

Displays the length measured along the top slope; that is, along the line joining cardinal point 8.

Bottom Slope Length

Displays the length measured along the bottom slope; that is, along the line joining cardinal point 2.

Weight & CG

Dry Weight

Displays the total dry weight of the feature, not including liquid or routed systems that may run through the trench. This value is calculated by the software. The weight for the feature is volume ยด density. The volume is defined under the Volume category. The density is read from the catalog for the materials defined on the Cross-Section tab.

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

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.

Dimensions

1 - Outside Chamfer Y

2 - Outside Chamfer X

3 - Path Direction

4 - Projection Y

5 - Projection X

6 - Inside Chamfer Y

7 - Inside Chamfer X

8 - Included Angle

Projection X

Defines the inside length of the turn feature along the local x-axis of the trench path.

Projection Y

Defines the inside length of the turn feature along the local y-axis of the trench path.

Inside Chamfer

Specifies the presence of an inside chamfer. Select to create the chamfer. Clear if there is no chamfer.

Inside Chamfer X

Defines the local X-component of the length of the inside chamfer along the path of the turn.

Inside Chamfer Y

Defines the local Y-component of the length of the inside chamfer along the path of the turn.

Outside Chamfer

Specifies the presence of an outside chamfer. Select to create the chamfer. Clear if there is no chamfer.

Outside Chamfer X

Defines the local X-component of the length of the outside chamfer along the path of the turn.

Outside Chamfer Y

Defines the local Y-component of the length of the outside chamfer along the path of the turn.

Turn Included Angle

Defines the angle of the Turn Feature.

Minimum included Angle for chamfer inclusion

Displays the minimum included angle of the chamfer, as defined in the catalog.

Maximum included Angle for chamfer inclusion

Displays the maximum included angle of the chamfer, as defined in the catalog.