I am trying to create an expression in SAC and am having trouble getting it to work the way I want. The goal is to have the subassembly figure out what slope to use. If I do not have superelevation, I want it to use the grade for the in the input.output parameters. If I do have superelevation, I want it to use the super settings. So far I have this
This works if I am only creating a left side. However, I want it to decide which side super elevation settings by the input parameter side....Hope this makes sense..
I would do this inside of SAC instead of trying to do it in a single statement. You can add a flow chart to the flow chart if you don't want to see it. I would first test for left or right, then I would check for the super value, if that isn't found, then go to the input value. Then bring the branches together and take it from there.
Thanks Peter. I was trying to avoid my subassembly from having to make that decision simply because I have found that on some machines, SAC eats the memory and will not display the flowchart completely when it gets to large. I found a way to do what I was asking though. The formula is below.
Can you post some snapshots of this.
I am trying to apply super in SAC to no avail..
I have another question with SAC when you get a chance...
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