OpenRoads Designer - GeotechnicalCreated: November 10, 2020
DISCLAIMER: The following OpenRoads Designer (ORD) videos is for informational use only. The videos do not follow the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) workspace and should only be viewed as an instructional guide to help the user. Users will need to have a Bentley® account in order to view videos.
This course was previously called "QuickStart Using gINT Civil Tools". gINT Civil tools (Update 2) allows gINT users to load gINT data in 2D models (mapping workflow for drilling plan creation and preliminary studies) as well as in 3D for subsurface interpretation and BIM workflows. In this course you will learn to connect to a gINT project file and display various aspects of the borehole data.
Learn to properly select a Workspace and create a blank drawing file for your boreholes.
A review of the ribbon interface and search capabilities to quickly locate tools.
Backstage Settings 00:45
The backstage options are used to set various aspects of how the software operates.
In this exercise you will learn to connect to a gINT project file and define how those fields and properties are mapped to the borehole graphic elements.
Learn to define how boreholes appear graphically in the 2D view and import boreholes from a gINT project file. You will also learn to review borehole properties and scale the display of the borehole cells.
Learn to Display Borehole Labels.
Learn to add include additional properties from the gINT project file on the borehole cells. You will also learn to add a rule to display the borehole cell different when a property matches a specified value.
Learn how to Display Boreholes differently based on a property.
Reconnect the Database 01:01
Learn to Reconnect a Disconnected Database.
Attaching Aerial Imagery 01:41
Aerial imagery can provide a useful backdrop to show where the borehole data is located. In this exercise you will learn to attach an aerial image.
Attaching Terrain Model 00:49
Learn how to Attach a Terrain Model.
Add a new borehole location to a drilling plan with the elevation of the borehole calculated from a terrain model.
Open a 3D Model 01:00
Create a blank model where 3D borehole graphics will be created.
Learn to Display Borehole Points in 3D, Add Link to PDF Log to each Borehole, and Add Annotation to see Borehole Names.
Add a new table definition that connects to the Lithology table in the gINT project file. Then display the boreholes that include the Lithology data.
Learn how to Adjust Appearance of Lithology Cylinders and Add Annotation for lithography layers.
Learn to navigate to and review the borehole properties from the borehole graphics.
In this exercise you will explore how levels are created when data is imported into gINT Civil Tools. Data imported in to gINT Civil Tools is created on a level specific to the Identifier. Having a unique level for each identifier creates a simple workflow for reviewing and evaluating data.
Use Level Manager to Change Display Properties.
Adding Sample Table 02:34
In this exercise you will change the Data Connection and Mapping query to import the Sample table from the gINT project file.
Learn to specify which properties such as sample number, recover length are mapped from the Sample table.
Adding Water Level Data 02:50
Learn to import data at a discrete depth such as a Water Level table from the gINT project.
Learn to create terrain models from the ATD and AD water level measurements imported from the gINT project file.
Learn to display a terrain model in a different color and to show contours.
Learn to create mesh surfaces at the top and bottom of a Lithology layer.
Create a Cross Section 01:56
In this video, you will learn how to Create a Cross Section through Lithology layers.
Create a Fence Diagram 01:15
Learn how to Create a Fence Diagram.
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