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The Art—and Science—of Transitions in Civil 3D
Instructional Demo    CES224421
George Nicloy
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Description

Civil 3D software provides many mechanisms for controlling the design of a corridor. A challenge in how to transition designs over large areas can be solved in several ways, depending on the need and environment of the project. This session will look at options, from those that are easy to innovative, to those that get your design to go right where you need it.

Key Learnings

  • Understand the parameters in the corridor that affect targeting issues
  • Learn how to use the Offset Alignment/Profile for targeting
  • Learn how to use superelevation to control slope over large distances
  • Learn how to create and use the "parameter to slope" method to gain better control over transitions

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 George Nicloy
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