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am a civil engineer (as well as the CAD guro at my company) and I have been
having issues with our surveyors not get enough shots in the field.
Specifically, when they shoot the top X and bottom X of ramp and driveway curb
transitions, they only shoot the TC elevation and not the adjacent flowline
and edge of gutter. This causes problems with crossing breaklines (especially
around curves) when we go to build the DTM. I understand that these elevations
can be found by interpolation but that requires a lot of post processing. I am
just curious what the industry standard is on this issue. Thanks,
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<mdriver1> schreef in berichtGood
point but I'm not confused and do understand there are more ways to look at it
but I do it the way I described. As mentioned my model and it matters to me
and it may not matter to the surveyors who Jeff speaks of but he obviously
thinks it matters or why complain? I think it's still lazy. Glad to see a
fellow surveyor make a comment though. Mark Driver
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