Touchstone 4.0 Database Documentation
tElevation Table
Description

Stores the possible measurement ranges used to define the elevation of the exposure in relation to the mean sea level.

Properties
Creation Date2/16/2011 6:00 PM
File GroupPRIMARY
Text File Group
System Object
Published for Replication
Rows34
Data Space Used8.00 KB
Index Space Used8.00 KB
Columns
 Column NameDescriptionDatatypeLengthAllow NullsDefaultFormula
Primary Key ElevationCode

Code that represents the elevation above the mean sea level.

  • 1 =  1 Foot
  • 2 = 1 - 2 Feet
  • 3 = 2 - 3 Feet
  • 4 = 3 - 4 Feet
  • 5 = 4 - 5 Feet
  • 6 = 5 - 6 Feet
  • 7 = 6 - 7 Feet
  • 8 = 7 - 8 Feet
  • 9 = 8 - 9 Feet
  • 10 = 9 - 10 Feet
  • 11 = 10 - 12 Feet
  • 12 = 12 - 16 Feet
  • 13 = 16 - 18 Feet
  • 14 = 18 - 20 Feet
  • 15 = 20 - 25 Feet
  • 16 = 25 - 30 Feet
  • 17 = 30- 35 Feet
  • 18 = 35 - 40 Feet
  • 19 = 40 - 45 Feet
  • 20 = 45 - 50 Feet
  • 21 = 50 - 75 Feet
  • 22 = 75 - 100 Feet
  • 23 = 100 - 150 Feet
  • 24 = 150 - 200 Feet
  • 25 = 200 - 250 Feet
  • 26 = 250 - 300 Feet
  • 27 = 300 - 350 Feet
  • 28 = 350 - 400 Feet
  • 29 = 400 - 450 Feet
  • 30 = 450 - 500 Feet
  • 31 = 500 - 750 Feet
  • 32 = 750 - 1000 Feet
  • 33 =  > 1000 Feet
SmallInt2   
 Elevation

Elevation values.

Corresponds to the code in ElevationCode.

VarChar40  
 MinValue

Minimum value in the elevation range.

Corresponds to the first number in the ElevationCode range. 

Integer4  
 MaxValue

Maximum value in the elevation range.

Corresponds to the second number in the ElevationCode range. 

Integer4  
 Description

Description of the elevation range.

VarChar1024  
See Also

Related Objects

AIRReference Database

 

 


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