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The SELECTseries 2 release of SewerCAD V8i includes several new features and improvements:
- Support for Newer Platforms and Operating Systems- Conduit Control Structures- Improvements to Pump Curve Viewer- Color Coding on Subnetwork ID- Mid-pipe Results- More Flexible Date/Time Formatting- Improved Profile Creation- Formula-based User Data Extensions- Symbology Definitions- Scenario Comparison- Seed File Support- Create XML Reports from Flextables- New Selection Tool for User Notifications
SewerCAD V8i SELECTseries 2 (build 08.11.02.49) now supports the following:
SewerCAD V8i SELECTseries 2 (build 08.11.02.75) now supports the following:
Note that in order for SewerCAD to install as a 64-bit application and integrate with a 64-bit version of AutoCAD 2012, the 64-bit Microsoft Access Database Engine is required. For this reason, the workstation must have Office 64-bit installed (or no installation of Mircosoft Office at all).
In previous versions, the pump curve viewer (seen by right-clicking the pump and choosing "Pump Curve") was able to show only the pump characteristic curve, for one timestep at a time. In SELECTseries 2, you can now:
In V8i SELECTseries 2, it is now easier to color coding using the "Subnetwork ID" field.
In previous versions, results were reported at the ends of a conduit. For example "Depth In" and "Depth out". In V8i SELECTseries 2, results are now also reported at the middle of the pipe.
In previous versions, time was displayed as either date/time (such as 07/09/2010 7:45 PM) time from start in decimal (such as 7.75) or time from start in clock time (such as 07:45:00). In V8i SELECTseries 2, you can now customize the time format.
In the past, a user data extension always contained user-entered information. Now, you can create a User Data Extension whose value is calculated based on other existing fields. For example, you can create a field whose value is equal to the square root of the difference between one input field and another User Data Extension. The possibilities are endless.
You will now have a dropdown at the top of the Element Symbology manager, which allows you to configure which symbology should be applied. For example, you could have one symbology definition for steady state and another for EPS.
The Scenario Comparison tool (under the “Tools” menu) enables you to compare input values between any two scenarios to identify differences quickly.
The above example compares the "Existing Dry" and "Future Dry" scenarios in the Sample2 file. You can see the calculation options and the sanitary loads on manholes MH-07 and MH-13 are different between these scenarios.
Seed files allow you to save project settings and data as a template (the seed file has a .sgs extension). You can then reuse these settings/data while creating new projects using the data from the previously saved seed file.
XML reports can be generated from a flextable and allow you to apply your own XML style sheet to customize the look of the report.
Use the new “Select All Elements with Message ID...” button to select all elements that have the same message type as the selected notification.
In addition to viewing the location of these elements in the drawing pane (highlighted in red), you can also create a selection set or filter a flextable.
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