I'm using the DaylightBasin Subassembly along with the "Place Lined Material" option & it works everywhere except
along the flat 0% (very bottom portion of the ditch).
Does anyone have any workarounds for this or ideas on how to fix it?
Please see attached captions.
Thanks in advance,
2012 C3D SP2.1
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From the help file.
Like other daylight subassemblies, this subassembly optionally lets you add a lined material. You can specify three ranges of slopes. Material type 1 is applied if the slope of the links is up to the specified slope value. From slope 1 to slope 2, the second type of material applied. Similarly, if the slopes of links fall within slope 2 and slope 3 values, then material 3 is applied. If the link slopes are flatter than slope limit 3, then no material is applied.
Change the limit for material 3 to Horizontal and see if that works for you.
Thanks for the reply & suggestion. I changed the Slope Limit for material 3 to horizontal & rebuilt corridor & same result.
Attached an updated caption with the "parameters" box in SE open.
I appreciate the help.
2012 C3D SP2.1
It looks like there is a programming error in the DaylightBasin sub. I tried it also with the same result as yours, then I tried it with DaylightGeneral which has the same capabilities for adding a lined material. That sub works exactly as expected.
I tried replacing DaylightBasin with DaylightBasin2 and discovered that it has a 4th material - not documented in the Help file. This fourth lining material apparently works for horizontal slopes.
I tried your recommendation of using the 4th material option in the DaylightBasin2 subbassembly & it works like a champ.
Attached is the resulting assembly showing the Place Lined Material in ditch bottom.
Hopefully AutoDesk can update this in a future SP or future release of the software.
Thanks for all of your help with this issue as I really appreciate it!
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