How can I design the same (one) project. with different design constraints for different lines.
In same project I have a flat terrain as well as hilly terrain.
For flat slope will be 1 in 200 & for hilly terrain it will be 1 in 50.
Thanks & Regards,
You can define local design constraints for the pipes located in flat or hilly terrain. The design constraints specified by accessing under the Analysis Tab > Analysis Tools > Design Constraints are the "global" design constraints and apply to all the pipes and nodes in the model. However, you have the option of specifying "local" design constraints which would apply to specific pipes or sets of pipes.
Here is where you can find this property under pipe properties;
Once you set this to "True" you can enter local design constraints for your pipe or pipes.
As a workflow you can create separate selection sets for pipes in hilly areas and pipes in flat areas and apply the "local" design constraints as per your requirement. You can also keep the global design constraints for one set and apply the local design constraints for one one selection set of pipes (i.e. either hilly or flat).
Hope this helps.
Bentley Technical Support
Thanks for the prompt reply.
From the procedure what i can understand that is i can edit one conduit at a time. please guide how can i select multiple conduit or a particular zone from the whole project. to specify local pipe constraints. In short is it possible to provide local design constraints to one of the complete zone.
I have shared the link to the article detailing the procedure for creating selection sets in the above response.
For reference; How to create a Selection Set
You can filter the Flextables on selection (of elements in the line of interest), then global edit the local constraint settings.
See more in this article from our Wiki: How do I design certain pipes to have different design constraints from those specified in the Default Design Constraints?
Jesse DringoliTechnical Support Manager, Haestad ProductsBentley Communities Site AdministratorBentley Systems, Inc.