Please see the following AutoPIPE help section: Help > Contents> Search Tab> enter "Save Defaults" (include the quotes), press List Topics button, double click on the selected topic from the list provided to see more information.
Yes there is a limit.
On the Input grid's, point tab, Global X, Y, & Z values are limited to input 8-9 place values regardless of the value that can actually be entered (max =15 place value). As a general rule of thumb, suggest trying to restrict this field to about 8-9 values (example 1234.6789, or 123456.89).
Another option, change the unit of measurement used for coordinate in the respective Unit input file (*.UNT) specified on Tools> Model Options> General> Unit Input. Instead of using Feet use yards, mile, furlong, etc..
As of Nov. 2019 using AutoPIPE 12.02.00.14, node point names are limited to 4 characters (A123 or 4321). With the one exception, when using Alphanumeric numbering elbows have an extra letter associated that is not counted. A123 N (Near) - A123 F (Far). If renumbering and the format exceeds 4 digits then the program will stop. Restart the program, select a different renumbering scheme or split the model into 2 models
For more information on numbering, search AutoPIPE help:
"Alphanumeric Combinations for Caesar Nodes 10000 and later"
As of Nov. 2019 using AutoPIPE 12.02.00.14, maximum number of node points in a model is 10,000. Total number of nodes includes all Pipe +Frame + all Soil nodes.
See bottom of Extended Data sub report for total number of node points in the current open model:
"Number of points in the system (Pipe + Frame + Soil): 998 + 0 + 8973 = 9971"
Do not exceed this threshold or the program may stop.
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