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Rainman1
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Lane Subassembly Issue

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02-05-2014 08:56 AM

I have created an assembly with three different pavement thicknesses and widths using the "Basic Lane" subassembly. However, I cannot apply superelevation to my corridor (there is no superelevation parameter for this subassembly)? I have tried using the "LaneInsideSuperLayerVaryingWidth" and "LaneOutsideSuperLayerVaryingWidth" subassemblies but not only will the lane widths not work but they also have no superelevation parameters. See attachment.

Choose one that supports superelevation such as LaneSuperelevationAOR.

 

It doesn't have the 3 pavement thicknesses your after but 2 lifts could be combined etc. to make it work.

 

Edit: Some of the Other "Super" lane sub.'s do provide 3 Pave parameters in them such as

LaneInsideSuperMultiLayer and LaneOutsideSuperMultiLayer.

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Jay_B
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Re: Lane Subassembly Issue

02-05-2014 10:24 AM in reply to: Rainman1

Choose one that supports superelevation such as LaneSuperelevationAOR.

 

It doesn't have the 3 pavement thicknesses your after but 2 lifts could be combined etc. to make it work.

 

Edit: Some of the Other "Super" lane sub.'s do provide 3 Pave parameters in them such as

LaneInsideSuperMultiLayer and LaneOutsideSuperMultiLayer.

Jay

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Rainman1
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Re: Lane Subassembly Issue

02-06-2014 05:36 AM in reply to: Jay_B

That works. I don't know why I didn't try that???? Thanks.

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