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Crossings editor

Crossings editor used to enter the crossings occurring in the profile. Crossings should be introduced after entering data in the Data table in the main window. The precision of the numbers placed in the window can be set in Configuration > Data Table > Decimal places. The user can filter the amount of crossings presented by selecting the nodes between which they are situated.

Editor columns description:
  • Medium - name of the cable/pipe causing a collision (eg water, gas, phone, etc.).
  • Diamter - diameter of pipe causing a collision given in millimeters. If the pipe has e.g. sleeve protecting tube or insulation diameter column needs to be filled as follows: "crossing_diameter/protecting_tube_diameter", where: crossing_diameter - diameter of the collision, protecting_tube_diameter - diameter casing pipe of a collision. Protecting pipe is also taken when generating the drawing.
  • Pipe bottom ord. - bottom ordinate of pipe causing a collision given in m AOD
  • Desripiton - Description of the collision, which will be shown in the drawing. The description can be used variables. Thanks to them, most of all collisions may have the same desription. User has access to the following variables:
    • @m - medium name
    • @d - crossing diameter
    • @o - sleeve protecting tube diameter
    • @r - crossing pipe bottom ordinate
    • @h - crossing distance from the proposed pipeline
    • @z - crossing pipe bottom depth
    • @t - ground level at the collision place
    • @p - ordinate the proposed pipeline in the collision (axis, bottom or top depending on the state Invert level on the Data tab)
    • @pd - ordinate the bottom proposed pipeline in the collision
    • @po - ordinate the axis proposed pipeline in the collision
    A sample entry in the first collision in the screenshot above "@m fi @d mm @r" while creating a drawing will be replaced by text "woda fi 40 mm 211.80" and as such placed on it.
  • Node - node name (from Data table), which will be given the distance to collision. When you edit this value you must select a node from a list of existing ones. Crossing is assigned to the selected node, ie, the user can freely change its position in the table each time without the need to update the position of the collision.
  • Distance - distance from node from Node column to axis crossing pipe. This value can be negative if it refers to an existing node for the collision.
  • H - projected pipeline outline distance from the outline pipe/cable causing a collision, expressed in meters.
    This value can not be modified by the user. It is continuously updated by the program. Values preceded by "+" means that a collision is over, the proposed line, while the sign "-" - under it. Marked in red are designed collisions passing through the pipeline, then column value is "0". If, however, one tube line (projected or conflicting) "shall" in the pipe casing of the second (or an aspect only shielded pipes), the text cells turn red, and the value in it is different from zero.
  • Depth - collision depth expressed in meters above sea-level. If user knows collision depth and does not know the ordinate may in this column, enter the value. Then the column Pipe bottom ord. will be updated automatically. Entering data in this column is only necessary when there has been supplemented by a column Pipe bottom ord..
Columns: Medium and Description have the ability to quickly supplement names defined by the user in a window Configuration > Most-used values. (more »).