Electrical Manhole Butterfly Diagram

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08-17-2020 01:04 PM
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Hi,

I work for the local government and we are evaluating on how we will keep our data going forward.  I had watched this video: Introduction to the ArcGIS Utility Network for All Industries https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPDMVg1JNXU&t=2057s 

34:17 min mark it showed a robust butterfly diagram.  Does anyone have an idea on how I can achieve this?

Thanks!

Hussein Nasser

Remi Myers

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Hi Danny;

Those duct bank features were elements of the structure boundary layer in a utility network.  Containment associations were used to show the spatial features and nonspatial objects that were represented in each wall of the bank.   Please feel free to reach out to me @ Remi Myers‌ if you have more questions.

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Hi Danny;

Those duct bank features were elements of the structure boundary layer in a utility network.  Containment associations were used to show the spatial features and nonspatial objects that were represented in each wall of the bank.   Please feel free to reach out to me @ Remi Myers‌ if you have more questions.

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Hi Remi Myers‌!

Would you be able to share the dataset in a geodatabase so I can see how the connectivity work in that workflow?

 

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I cant share that dataset, but I will modify the electric foundation model, zip it up and send it along.

Remi

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That would be great to get access to the resource as well. I assume it will upload to arcgis.com along with the rest of the project files, etc. as before. Thanks again Remi

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Hi Anthony, 

I don't have access to that site.  My original intent was to provide a simple file geodatabase of a configured electric model (based off the solutions site), but instead, I will work with the doc team tomorrow to write a blog about how that demo was configured and how you can build that configuration in any network model.    

Please feel free to reach out with any other questions.

Thanks,

Remi