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Vehicle turning radius templates

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Vehicle turning radius templates

Anyone know where I can find information on blocks/symbols that I can
download which are compatible with LT2000 that show turning radiuses for
different types of vehicles? If not downloadable info, then what about
sites that list standard requirements? I have know idea where to look.
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Anonymous
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Architectural Graphics Standards book has that information: so do a lot of
Civil publications as well. Most have CD-Rom options as well. If you do this
for a living, I would explore the Library in your office first and see if
you already have it.

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"TPreston" wrote in message
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> Anyone know where I can find information on blocks/symbols that I can
> download which are compatible with LT2000 that show turning radiuses for
> different types of vehicles? If not downloadable info, then what about
> sites that list standard requirements? I have know idea where to look.
>
>
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Anonymous
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Speaking as a highway engineer, 'standard' templates can be usefull but rarely suit the junction or whatever it may be that your designing. If you can afford the investment, and have the need, try buying some vehicle tracking software. Three spring to mind... AutoTURN (Obviously runs inside of the full product)... AutoTRACK (ditto the full product... or the scaled down version of AutoTRACK, WinTRACK. The company that make the 'track' versions are called Savoy, www.savoy.co.uk should fill you in with the necessary.
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Anonymous
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Take a look at the program PathPlanner from Simtra (http://www.simtra.com)

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> Anyone know where I can find information on blocks/symbols that I can
> download which are compatible with LT2000 that show turning radiuses for
> different types of vehicles? If not downloadable info, then what about
> sites that list standard requirements? I have know idea where to look.
>
>

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