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PVI & Station Equations

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05-19-2007 11:29 AM
How LDT works with station equations and PVI's?

I have a station equation...26+497 become 26+500.
Then LDD add 3 meters to each PVI after 26+500 (my PVI 26+750 is now at station 26+753 in the edit vertical alignments...Is that correct ???
*Don Reichle
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Re: PVI & Station Equations

05-19-2007 01:50 PM in reply to: Fallu
Station Equations along with Profiles can cause me to pull out what little
follicles I have left on my cranium.

The Profile and Cross Sections work much better (at least in my mind), if
you leave the StaEqua out of them. And I've only assumed that you're headed
towards the use of Cross Sections Floydian.

So I would advise you to create one more Horizontal Alignment to use along
with the Profile and Cross Section either before or after the StaEqua. In
this way I'm sure you realize that you'll need to make everyone else aware
of this situation at your firm also.

And by discussing this with the others, they may have their own ideas on how
to handle this situation also.

I do realize that none of the rest of the folks at your firm may be in on
Saturday to ask, so you might need to call it a day, unless you have other
Alignments to work on?

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How LDT works with station equations and PVI's?

I have a station equation...26+497 become 26+500.
Then LDD add 3 meters to each PVI after 26+500 (my PVI 26+750 is now at
station 26+753 in the edit vertical alignments...Is that correct ???
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