Elevation Delta to Corridor Command

D_ComputeElevDiffToCorridor_600ppi   Elevation Delta to Corridor

Command Licensing and Default Menu Location

  • The Elevation Delta to Corridor command is part of the RPS Modeling Toolbox
  • The command is located on the Modeling macros menu ribbon
  • The command is located in the Reports menu group

Command Description

Creates a profile in the alignment profile view for a corridor that shows the delta elevation between a selected 3D line and the selected corridor material surface layer e.g. Finished Grade. Used as a check between survey data and a selected corridor model or to determine the variance of cross slope along an alignment based on survey information.

*** ## Command Interface Description

The Elevation Delta to Corridor command dialog looks as follows

Select the line that you wish to compare to the corridor model (material layer of a corridor model). Each line selected will generate a separate difference profile. The profiles

Select the Corridor model to which you want to compare the selected lines.

Material Layer:
Select the Material Layer for the selected corridor to which you want to compare the lines.

Vertical Offset:
Input a Vertical Offset to the Corridor Model / Material Layer elevation if you wish to compute e.g. to a subgrade adjusted elevation in the absence of material layers in the corridor model itself

When you tap Compute, the “Delta Profile” between the selected lines and the corridor model will be computed and assigned to the corridor alignment as an additional Profile. The command closes on completion.

Closes the command without further execution.

Video Demonstration

The following video shows how to utilize the Elevation Delta to Corridor command

Use Case Videos

The following videos show the use of the Elevation Difference to Corridor command in a work process context

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