Assign Model Names and AUs

Use the ArcFM Properties Manager to assign model names. You may omit specific feature classes from Gas traces. To do this, assign the GASNONTRACEABLE model name to the Feature Class and the ArcFM Gas NonGas Trace Weight AU to the GasTraceWeight field of the feature class.

ControllableFitting and NonControllableFitting

Controllable Fitting and NonControllable Fitting features may participate in a Cathodic Protection trace. These feature classes are NOT required for the Cathodic Protection tracing to work (however, the DistributionMain feature class is required).

Model Names: CONTROLFITTING and/or NONCONTROLFITTING

Field Model Names:

One feature class can represent both control and noncontrol fitting types if your data model breaks this out at the subtype level. In this case, assign both model names to the feature class.

Field

Field Model Name

BondedIndicator

BONDEDINDICATOR

EmerIsolationSysStatus

EMERISOLATIONSYSSTATUS

GasPressureSystemStatus

GASPRESSURESYSTEMSTATUS

GasSystemStatus

GASSYSTEMSTATUS

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

InsulatedIndicator

INSULATEDINDICATOR

Material

MATERIAL

NormalPosition

NORMALPOSITION

CP Anode

Model Names: GASNONTRACEABLE

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

InserviceDate

INSERVICEDATE

Description

DESCRIPTION

CP Bond Junction

Model Names: GASNONTRACEABLE (assign if you want traces to stop at junctions)

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

CP Bond Wire

Model Names: GASNONTRACEABLE

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

CP Rectifier Cable

Model Names: GASNONTRACEABLE

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

CP Rectifier

Model Names: RECTIFIER

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

Amps

AMPS

Volts

VOLTS

InserviceDate

INSERVICEDATE

Description

DESCRIPTION

CP System

Model Names: CPSYSTEM

CP Test Point

Model Names: GASNONTRACEABLE, TESTPOINT

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

InserviceDate

INSERVICEDATE

Description

DESCRIPTION

Distribution Main

Model Names: DISTRIBUTIONMAIN, SPLITTARGET, PIPE, CPPIPE, GASNETWORKEDGE

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

BondedIndicator

BONDEDINDICATOR

CPSystemStatus

CPSYSTEMSTATUS

Diameter

PIPEDIAMETER

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

InsulatedIndicator

INSULATEDINDICATOR

Material

MATERIAL

OperatingPressure*

OPERATINGPRESSURE

PipeStausIndicator

PIPESTATUSINDICATOR

PipeType

PIPETYPE

* The Valve Isolation trace reads the operating pressure from one of two places. If neither of these places is configured properly or a value doesn't exist, the Valve Isolation trace will fail. The operating pressure may be stored in a field on the pipe feature. In this case the OPERATINGPRESSURE model name must be assigned to this field. Alternatively, you can store the operating pressure in an Operating Pressure table that is related to the pipe feature class (e.g., DistributionMain). In this case the OPERATINGPRESSURE model name must be assigned to the Operating Pressure table, and the table must be related directly to the pipe feature.

SNAPPING: The SqueezeOff feature class snaps to DistributionMain. Use the PipeType field to indicate whether the pipe is pinchable. The SqueezeOff feature class and PipeType field are used by the Squeeze Off trace (NOT Valve Isolation).

Gas Valve

Model Names: VALVE

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

BondedIndicator

BONDEDINDICATOR

CPSystemStatus

CPSYSTEMSTATUS

EmerIsolationSysStatus

EMERISOLATIONSYSSTATUS

GasPressureSystemStatus

GASPRESSURESYSTEMSTATUS

GasSystemStatus

GASSYSTEMSTATUS

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

InsulatedIndicator

INSULATEDINDICATOR

Material

MATERIAL

NormalPosition

*NORMALPOSITION

OperatingClassification

OPERATINGCLASSIFICATION

*Assign the NORMAL POSITION field model name to the field that the Gas System and Valve Isolation traces should look at to determine whether the valve is opened or closed. For example, you may wish these traces to look at the Present Position field instead of the Normal Position field.

Regulator Station

Model Names: REGULATOR

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

CPSystemStatus

CPSYSTEMSTATUS

EmerIsolationSysStatus

EMERISOLATIONSYSSTATUS

GasPressureSystemStatus

GASPRESSURESYSTEMSTATUS

GasSystemStatus

GASSYSTEMSTATUS

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

SOPIn

SOPIN

SOPOut

SOPOUT

Status

STATUS

Service

Model Names: SERVICE, PIPE, CPPIPE, GASNETWORKEDGE

Field Model Names:

Field

Field Model Name

BondedIndicator

BONDEDINDICATOR

CPSystemStatus

CPSYSTEMSTATUS

Diameter

PIPEDIAMETER

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

InsulatedIndicator

INSULATEDINDICATOR

Material

MATERIAL

MeasuredLength

MEASUREDLENGTH

OperatingPressure*

OPERATINGPRESSURE

* The Valve Isolation trace reads the operating pressure from one of two places. If neither of these places is configured properly or a value doesn't exist, the Valve Isolation trace will fail. The operating pressure may be stored in a field on the pipe feature. In this case the OPERATINGPRESSURE model name must be assigned to this field. Alternatively, you can store the operating pressure in an Operating Pressure table that is related to the pipe feature class (e.g., DistributionMain). In this case the OPERATINGPRESSURE model name must be assigned to the Operating Pressure table, and the table must be related directly to the pipe feature.

Squeeze Off

Model Names: SQUEEZEOFF

Field Model Names:

Field

Field Model Name

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

NormalPosition

NORMALPOSITION

(The NormalPosition field should be open by default.)

Town Border Station

Model Names: TBS

Field Model Names:

Field Name

Field Model Name

EmerIsolationSysStatus

EMERISOLATIONSYSSTATUS

GasTraceWeight

GASTRACEWEIGHT

GasPressureSystemStatus

GASPRESSURESYSTEMSTATUS

GasSystemStatus

GASSYSTEMSTATUS

SOPIn

SOPIN

SOPOut

SOPOUT

Status

STATUS

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