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Lane Subassembly Issue

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02-05-2014 08:56 AM

I have created an assembly with three different pavement thicknesses and widths using the "Basic Lane" subassembly. However, I cannot apply superelevation to my corridor (there is no superelevation parameter for this subassembly)? I have tried using the "LaneInsideSuperLayerVaryingWidth" and "LaneOutsideSuperLayerVaryingWidth" subassemblies but not only will the lane widths not work but they also have no superelevation parameters. See attachment.

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Re: Lane Subassembly Issue

02-05-2014 10:24 AM in reply to: Rainman1

Choose one that supports superelevation such as LaneSuperelevationAOR.

 

It doesn't have the 3 pavement thicknesses your after but 2 lifts could be combined etc. to make it work.

 

Edit: Some of the Other "Super" lane sub.'s do provide 3 Pave parameters in them such as

LaneInsideSuperMultiLayer and LaneOutsideSuperMultiLayer.

Jay

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Re: Lane Subassembly Issue

02-06-2014 05:36 AM in reply to: Jay_B

That works. I don't know why I didn't try that???? Thanks.

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