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by HakanSeven12
Wed Jun 05, 2019 7:27 pm
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
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Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

I don't think there's any other standard for bearing references in surveying, so far as I can tell. Why Civil3D defaults to that, I've no idea. But it presents a problem that I should be able to accommodate. I did little search for this. Civil 3d using ccw from East as default. İt's under drawing u...
by HakanSeven12
Wed Jun 05, 2019 9:08 am
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: FreeCAD - Spatial Manager workbench
Replies: 6
Views: 2151

Re: FreeCAD - Spatial Manager workbench

İt's interesting. I wanna know the status of WB.
by HakanSeven12
Tue Jun 04, 2019 9:05 pm
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
Replies: 1188
Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

See, that's what I thought, which is why I'm so confused... If your bearing is CCW from east, then everything ought to be rotated 90 degrees to the left... or something like that. Normally in Turkey, bearing is cw from North but when I look inside the xml it's seems ccw from East. I checked it from...
by HakanSeven12
Tue Jun 04, 2019 4:07 pm
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
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Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

Joel_graff wrote:
Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:54 pm
I assume Civil3D allows you to define bearing however you like?
I don't know. I never used bearing when I create an alignment. But I used your WB before to import alignmets. I don't have any issue about bearing and alignment placed where it should be.
by HakanSeven12
Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:25 pm
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
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Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

Ok. That's a convention I've never encountered before in surveying. I've always understood bearings as being measured CW from north. The other issue is that it violates the LandXML specification, which states direction values must be expressed from north (though the docs don't dictate a direction.....
by HakanSeven12
Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:43 pm
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
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Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

Are bearings measured clockwise from north, or counterclockwise from east in your files? Edit: I'm missing something. Don't know what, but here's an excerpt from one of your older XML files: <Line dir="115.12693390259" length="6.99986873936"> <Start>4275691.862443792634 508713.954892563634</Start> ...
by HakanSeven12
Tue Jun 04, 2019 8:45 am
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
Replies: 1188
Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

Joel_graff wrote:
Tue Jun 04, 2019 8:08 am
In the meantime, I still want to take a shot at getting some basic spline support in place, too. Do you have an XML with a spline?
Do you wanna say spiral? %90 of my alignments have spirals :) I'm not in my office but I added some alignments. If you need more I have lots of them.
by HakanSeven12
Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:57 am
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
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Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

So I've been working on the horizontal alignment design tool. It's coming along nicely, though it's been no small amount of work. To this point, I have added the ability to select and drag curves by picking the tangent points of intersection (PI's). The tool lets you select one PI or all pi's from ...
by HakanSeven12
Mon Jun 03, 2019 12:57 am
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
Replies: 1188
Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

That means in each alignments subgroup, you'd have the horizontal alignment object (which provides the model you use to build your section lines and other things), a vertical profile object (which I haven't really created yet), a composite (3D) alignment, and other objects related to the 3D model (...
by HakanSeven12
Sun Jun 02, 2019 10:56 pm
Forum: Open discussion
Topic: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)
Replies: 1188
Views: 88821

Re: Civil engineering feature implementation (Transportation Engineering)

Hi Joel. Can you create groups for every horizontal alignment under Alignments group? Like this

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|--> Alignments
      |--> Yanyol 202
            |-->Yanyol 202 Horiz
      |-->Yanyol 1
            |-->Yanyol 1 Horiz
And I can put my guide lines, sections and other alignment related stuff in it.

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