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Geurt
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Programmatically accessing pipe data in C3D 2013

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11-19-2012 08:47 PM

In C3D (2012 or 2013), the Pipe Properties Dialog reports "Hydraulic Properties" of a pipe section. Through .Net (C#), I can access part data such as Hydraulic gradient etc but I cannot seem to find any reference to three members I see on the mentioned dialog aka "Flow Rate", "Junction loss" and "Return period".

 

I have "fudged" a term "Flow Rate" into the pipe part parameter definition file (AeccPartParamCfg.xml) and can access that programmatically but I think this "Flow Rate" in the Pipe Properties Dialog" is part of the Auotcad database and I cannot seem to find a route to get hold of it.

 

Anyone out there that can shed more light on this issue?

 

Thanks

Geurt

Geurt Bloem Pr Eng
Autocad C3D
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Jeff_M
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Re: Programmatically accessing pipe data in C3D 2013

11-20-2012 01:14 PM in reply to: Geurt

Geurt,

You may get more help with C3D related inquiries HERE.

 

I know there are a number of things not yet exposed via the .NET API, these may be some of those. But asking about them in the proper forum may help to get them added to the API since a few of the developers check in over there.

 

Jeff_M, also a frequent Swamper
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Geurt
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Re: Programmatically accessing pipe data in C3D 2013

11-20-2012 07:57 PM in reply to: Geurt

Hmmmm, and here I thought this is the .Net programming discusion group:manlol:

 

Thanks Jeff, I'll post the same question at the link you gave.

 

Cheers

Geurt

Geurt Bloem Pr Eng
Autocad C3D

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