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Rehabilitation assembly

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08-05-2013 04:45 AM

Dear all,

 

I have a 2 lane rehabilitation project, the entire designed centerline is not concentric (due to some curve improvements the crown moves out of the existing crown) also for the rehabilitation of existing lane settlement and cracks i would like the proposed to follow the designed superelevation instead of following the existing slope . As shown in attached snaped image, my width of proposed roadway is constant whereas my existing overlay section and new construction zones width's are varying as per the horizantal geometrical design). Please suggest which would be the best rehab subassembly suitable for this. I tried to use overlaywidenwithsuper1 sub assembly, but somehow the cross sections didnot fit well enough.

 

Regards,

 

Jayanth

Jayanth M
India-Highway Design engineer
AutoCAD Civil 3d 2012
i5-2.7 Ghz, Windows 7 Professional
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