gINT Civil Tools Professional Plus Help

What's New in gINT Civil Tools Professional

Sample Dataset

New in gINT Civil Tools Pro and gINT Civil Tools Pro Plus is a sample dataset which contains:

  • The cylinders are smaller than in previous datasets and levels have new colors
  • Materials and depth has been revised
  • A new display style, "gINT: Coarse / Fine", displays the data based on coarse or fine material type
  • Now with n-value calculation
  • A new display style, "gINT: N-Value", displays the data with a color gradient based on n-value
Water Level:
  • Now with no identifier (not mandatory for depth-only data)
  • Only one type of water level (at drilling and after drilling is removed)
  • A definition of environmental data using the "numerical option", data is loaded on 4 levels based on the concentration (0-15, 15-30, 30-45, 45+)
  • A definition of environmental data using the proportional size with logarithmic, data is loaded on one level based on table name, and creates disks with size proportional to concentration using a log factor

Loading Data

Oriented Display for Fractures
  • Depth only data can be represented as cylinders with orientation

Environmental Readings/Logarithmic
  • Proportional elements can now be with a value using a log (log10) and not a linear factor
  • Allows for creating visible elements with difference in size but not huge ones

New Data Type

N-value Calculation
  • Typically not stored in a gINT project
  • Loaded on elements at import time
  • Definition and representation (for refusals) are the same as gINT
  • Optional for items with top and bottom depth (length)
  • 3 formulas: metric, imperial and AGS
N-value Calculation: Example
  • Left: Samples Loaded with annotation of the N-value
  • Right: a display style is applied to the view. Elements are colored with a gradient from yellow to brown based on n-value. Rock Core samples are not displayed
  • Refusal in red


Export to LandXML
  • Works with selected terrains (MicroStation terrain elements)
  • Exports to LandXML
Microsoft Excel Data Source
  • Can import Excel data in addition to gINT projects. This loads boreholes and depth data
  • Options for header lines

3D Modeling

Create Mesh
  • Creates meshes from top and bottom using depth-bottom item
  • Can work on individual data types (one layer at a time)
  • Can work on all data types at one time (all lithology layers)
  • Mesh is a volume element that allows for color fill-in, symbology, and volume calculations.
  • Necessary for fences and cross sections.
Create Cross Sections
  • Create cross sections from 3D line strings
  • Display boreholes and any depth items (lithology, water level, etc.)
  • Annotations
  • Cut from meshes and surfaces
  • Can be used in fence diagrams
Create Fence Diagrams
  • This tool takes a cross section model (which is a 2D model) and displays it in a 3D view
  • If the original line that was used to create the cross section is a multiline, then the cross section will be attached in reference as many times as there are segments in the line and clipped
Create Fence Diagrams: 3D View
Edit Terrain from Cross Section
  • When a terrain line is edited from a cross section model, it generates a breakline in the original terrain element
Update Terrain with Breakline


Option To Display Property Name
  • Functionality to display property name as labels