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Rainman1
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Subassembly Superelevation Issue

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02-03-2014 08:48 AM

I have an assembly that includes 3 subassemblies (LaneOutsideSuperWithWidening, ShoulderExtendAll and DaylightMaxOffset). Please see attachment (the section is in superelevation). When I am in superelevation the LaneOutsideSuperWithWidening subassembly is working properly as shown. However, the ShoulderExtendAll subassembly is not changing to match the superelevation of the LaneOutsideSuperWithWidening subassembly. I've tried changing the parameters but cannot get it working. Any ideas what the problem might be?

It's possible that your alignment superelevation has been calculated without the shoulders, so they always use the default slopes.

 

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Check the superelevation table for the alignment, and make sure that you have values for the outside shoulders.

 

Steve
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LisaPohlmeyer
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Re: Subassembly Superelevation Issue

02-03-2014 03:22 PM in reply to: Rainman1
This is what our sub-assy is set to and it follows the supers.
Lisa Pohlmeyer

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Re: Subassembly Superelevation Issue

02-03-2014 07:41 PM in reply to: Rainman1

It's possible that your alignment superelevation has been calculated without the shoulders, so they always use the default slopes.

 

Clipboard01.png

 

Check the superelevation table for the alignment, and make sure that you have values for the outside shoulders.

 

Steve
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