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The steps below will guide you on converting nodes (like Junctions or Hydrants) to Isolation Valves.
1) Select the desired elements. Hold down the CTRL key to select multiple elements if needed, or use a selection set or query. 2) After selecting, right click > Create Selection Set. 3) Give a name when prompted. Note: the above steps and video below can also be found at:http://communities.bentley.com/products/hydraulics___hydrology/w/hydraulics_and_hydrology__wiki/how-to-create-a-selection-set.aspx
1) Select the elements per the above step2) Tools > Batch Morph3) If you are only morphing a subset of nodes, choose the "Selection" radio button. 4) Select the desired type of element and click OK.
Note: The above steps and video below can also be found at:http://communities.bentley.com/products/hydraulics___hydrology/w/hydraulics_and_hydrology__wiki/how-to-batch-morph-elements-from-one-type-to-another.aspx
1) Open up Skelebrator (Tools > Skelebrator Skeletonizer)2) Right click on Inline Isolating Valve Replacement and click on Add Inline Isolation Valve Replacement3) Put a check mark on TCVs, GPVs, or PBVs (depending on the element type you used in step B above)4) [Optional] You may add some condition under Conditions tab.5) [Optional] Click on preview button.6) Either click on Manual or Automatic button
Note: The above steps and video below can also be found at:http://communities.bentley.com/products/hydraulics___hydrology/w/hydraulics_and_hydrology__wiki/how-to-convert-tcv-gpv-or-pbv-to-isolation-value-using-skelebrator.aspx
How to convert TCV GPV or PBV to Isolation Value using Skelebrator