I know I can use the outsideLane super and apply the calculation the to attain SE in my model. If I wanted to have a shoulder roll over opposing SE , that is if Full super of the lanes is 4% I'd like the shoulder to transition to -4%. How do I construct the assembly to do this? Do I have to manually profile the transition to target, or will a sub read the se calc for the shoulder and develop automatically?
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That was answered during an AU class this morning, but you missed it. :-)
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I'm not sure what you are trying to do now. Do you have a typical section?
Pardon the caveman drafting. When I get to super I wanted to break the shoulder the opposite way. I didn't know how to set it up. I used an outside lane super segment that gets is cross slope fro m the inside that get it from the super calc. For the region where I needed to rollover, I added a layout profile to target and got what I want, for now. I feel like I worked too hard and there must be a more elegant way to do it.
I feel like I worked too hard and there must be a more elegant way to do it.
Use the Superelevation View, it's fast.
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