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AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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Quanitity Takeoff Criteria

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05-18-2012 08:15 PM

Hi There,

 

When I calculated cut & fill volume using quantity takeoff criteria I got cut volume : 214.13 and fill volume 966.13

 

But when i calculated surface volume of eg and corridor by volume method (by comparing) I got cut volume cut 973 and fill 214. It is almost other way around

 

I have attached the cad drawing and screen shot of quantity criteria and volume comparsion.

 

But If i select  eg -  Below , datum corri surf - Above for CUT

eg -  Above , datum corri surf - Below for CUT , I am getting the answer closer to volume comparsion method. But it does not make sense.

 

 

Please help How should I do

 

I really appreciate your help

 

John

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Re: Quanitity Takeoff Criteria

05-19-2012 04:54 AM in reply to: John_v1

No attachment here on my end.

 

Bill

 

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Re: Quanitity Takeoff Criteria

05-19-2012 05:11 AM in reply to: John_v1

Hi There,

 

When I calculated cut & fill volume using quantity takeoff criteria I got cut volume : 214.13 and fill volume 966.13

 

But when i calculated surface volume of eg and corridor by volume method (by comparing) I got cut volume cut 973 and fill 214. It is almost other way around

 

I have attached the cad drawing and screen shot of quantity criteria and volume comparsion.

 

But If i select  eg -  Below , datum corri surf - Above for FILL

eg -  Above , datum corri surf - Below for CUT , I am getting the answer closer to volume comparsion method. But it does not make sense.

 

 

Please help How should I do

 

I really appreciate your help

 

John

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