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rbprata
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Creating Points according to elevation

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01-03-2013 04:51 AM

Hello all,

 

I have a number of 3D polylines that where exported from SDF previously created. They have numerous vertices, each one with a given elevation.

 

Could someone help me by tellling me how can i create/highlight the higher and/or lower point in each 3D polyline??

 

A different solution would be automatically breaking these polylines in slope changing points (i.e. high or low points).

 

I understand that i can create points according to slope or elevation, but it has to be done manually, each poly at a time, and by tipping numeric values that i am sure that a powerfull software (as Civil 3D is) is able to calculate using the drawing information.

 

Thank you very much in advance by your help.

 

Rui

Perhaps you will find THIS useful.

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Jeff_M
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Re: Creating Points according to elevation

01-03-2013 05:56 AM in reply to: rbprata

Perhaps you will find THIS useful.

Jeff_M, also a frequent Swamper
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AllenJessup
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Re: Creating Points according to elevation

01-03-2013 06:23 AM in reply to: rbprata

You could create points on the polyline then sort the point list by elevation.

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rbprata
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Re: Creating Points according to elevation

01-04-2013 02:59 AM in reply to: Jeff_M

Dear Jeff,

 

indeed i found what you sent me very usefull...thank you very much

 

Best regards

 

Rui

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