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top of drainage manhole

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08-12-2014 07:01 PM

I'm just wondering how can i coincide the top of my drainage manhole to the top of my sidewalk?assuming my alignment of my network drainage aligns with the sidewalk.

Assign the Proposed surface to the Pipe Network in "Pipe Network Properties".
Assuming you have both created.
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Re: top of drainage manhole

08-12-2014 07:24 PM in reply to: deguzmanreynaldo75
Assign the Proposed surface to the Pipe Network in "Pipe Network Properties".
Assuming you have both created.
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Re: top of drainage manhole

08-12-2014 08:36 PM in reply to: Jay_B

how do i modify it globally? i already plotted my drainage structures with different surface.

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Re: top of drainage manhole

08-13-2014 05:23 AM in reply to: deguzmanreynaldo75

All structures can be changed globally within the Network Layout Tools, Pipe Network Vistas (Panorama).

 

First be sure "Automatic Surface Adjustment is set to True for all structures by selecting a structure > rt. click >

select similar > Automatic surface adjustment > True.

 

See this video by Brian Hailey to see to how the reference surface can be globally changed.

 

 

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Re: top of drainage manhole

08-13-2014 04:08 PM in reply to: Jay_B

Thanks a lot Jay_B.

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