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Habib_Nespak
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Proposed and Existing Elevation on a single Point

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02-06-2014 02:24 AM

dears

i want to show a two elevation like ground level and proposed level at same point and want to find the difference of elevation.

please help me in this regards

Habib Ahmed

If all you are looking for is "want to find the difference of elevation", then all you need to do is create a "Tin Volume Surface".  A tin volume surface is the difference between two existing surfaces in Prospector. I.E., contour lines will represent the difference between surfaces at any given point.

 

Bill

 

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Joe-Bouza
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Re: Proposed and Existing Elevation on a single Point

02-06-2014 04:31 AM in reply to: Habib_Nespak
Use a reference component in your label style to pick up the second surface
Thank you

Joseph D. Bouza, P.E. (one of 'THOSE' People) Civil 3D 2012 & 2013
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wfberry
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Re: Proposed and Existing Elevation on a single Point

02-06-2014 05:10 AM in reply to: Habib_Nespak

If all you are looking for is "want to find the difference of elevation", then all you need to do is create a "Tin Volume Surface".  A tin volume surface is the difference between two existing surfaces in Prospector. I.E., contour lines will represent the difference between surfaces at any given point.

 

Bill

 

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