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  • Practice WorkbookThis workbook is designed for use in Live instructor-led training and for OnDemand selfstudy. The explanations and demonstrations are provided by the instructor in the classroom, or in the OnDemand eLectures of this course available on the Bentley LEARN Server (learn.bentley.com).

    This practice workbook is formatted for on-screen viewing using a PDF reader. It is also available as a PDF document in the dataset for this course.

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    Templates - Defining End ConditionsThis hands-on training teaches how

    This workbook contains exercises to...

    Create from scratch a simple multiple slope side slope solution.

    Modify a Multi-Slope Cut and Fill Solution to include a Cut Ditch adjacent to the hinge.

    Build a Constant Width/Varying Slope Clear Zone

    Build a Wall End Condition

    Create a Solution that ties into the terrain at the Right of Way Line.

    This hands-on training teaches how to create and make major modifications to template side slopes (end conditions). This training focuses on the side slopes connecting the template hinge to the tie down point. You will learn how to create end conditions with multiple cut and fill slope solutions, cut slopes with a ditch adjacent to the hinge, walls, and forced right-of-way solutions.

    TRNC01365-1/0002

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    Getting Started

    This course is appropriate for any of the Bentley civil software applications powered by OpenRoads Technology including...

    Power GEOPAK or GEOPAK

    Power InRoads or InRoads

    Bentley MX ROAD

    PowerCivil for {country}

    Dataset Units

    Both Imperial and Metric versions of the dataset are available. Throughout this practice workbook Imperial values are specified first and the metric values second. The metric values are enclosed in square brackets. For example: 12 [3.4m]

    Prerequisites

    This class assumes that you have a working understanding of templates, including Testing End Conditions. These topics are covered in the Templates - Using and Editing class.

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    Build a Multi-slope End Condition

    In this section, we will .

    Launch the software in the Bentley-Civil Workspace and open the class template library.

    Build a Multi-slope End Condition targeting the Active Terrain.

    1. Launch InRoads, GEOPAK, or MX (or their respective Power versions).

    2. Open the Templates.dgn file in the appropriate workspace:

    User: examples

    Project: Bentley-Civil-Imperial [Bentley-Civil-Metric]

    Interface: Bentley-Civil

    The Bentley-Civil workspace is delivered with the software as a fully configured environment ready for immediately use in a production environment. All Bentley Civil training uses this workspace. To use this workspace, the User and Project Settings in the MicroStation File Open dialog must be selected as described above.

    Note: the datafiles can be installed anywhere. This book assume the files are in C:\Bentley Training\End Conditions\.

    3. Open the Create Template dialog by clicking Tasks > Civil Tools > Corridor Modeling > Corridor Creation > Create Template

    The Create Template dialog opens the Template Library designated by the CIVIL_ROADWAY_TEMPLATE_LIBRARY environmental variable:

    1. In the Create Template dialog File menu, select Open

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    2. Browse to and select the project template library in the class data folder: Defining Side Slopes.itl [Defining Side Slopes - Metric.itl].

    Note: Unless the CIVIL_ROADWAY_TEMPLATE_LIBRARY workspace variable is changed, you will have to open the project template library manually every time you open the software.

    The templates we create are not just about geometry. Corridor Modeling gives the components and points a longitudinal dimension; they become the permanent model which has a very long shelf life and gets passed to many people. The components and 3D linestrings need to have valid Information Modeling value. In this class we will build Templates with 1) good geometry and 2) good Information Modeling.

    Create a Multiple-Slope Solution targeting the Active Terrain

    1. Right-click on the template library object, click New > Template.

    2. In the new template name, type Cut and Fill.

    Create the Cut_1:2 End Condition Component.

    1. Right-click in the Current Template window or click the Add menu and select Add New Component > End Condition.

    2. In the Current Component frame:

    a. Type Cut_1:2 for Name.

    b. Set the Feature to Grade_Cut.

    c. Set the Priority to 5.

    d. Set the Target Type to Terrain Model.

    e. Set the Terrain Model to .

    Place the Cut_1:2 Point

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    1. In the Dynamic Settings dialog,

    a. Ensure that the Apply Affixes box is clear.

    b. Select a Point Name of HINGE.

    The Point Style should automatically be set to Grade_Hinge.

    c. Select the Precision Input Mode of xy=

    d. Type 0,0 and click the Enter key.

    The Hinge point is placed and the component is drawn to the cursor, awaiting the next point.

    2. In the Dynamic Settings dialog,

    a. Set the Check for Intersection box.

    b. Set the Place Point at Intersection box.

    c. Set the End Condition is Infinite box.

    d. Clear the Do Not Construct box.

    e. Select a Point Name of Cut.

    The Point Style should automatically be set to Grade_CutLine.

    f. Edit the Point Name to Cut_1:2.

    This added information allow hovering over the resulting 3D linestring and seeing the slope.

    g. Select the Precision Input Mode of hs=

    h. Type 20,50% [5,50%] and click the Enter key.

    The Cut_1:2 point is placed and the component is drawn to the new cursor position, awaiting the next point.

    i. Fit and adjust the Current Template Window if necessary.

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    j. Right-click in the Current Template Window and select Finish.

    Test the Template

    1. Click the Test button.

    2. In the Available Targets list, click -Terrain Model.

    3. Click the Draw button.

    4. Move the cursor in the Current Template Window.

    5. Verify the template works when in Cut.

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    Create the Cut_1:4 End Condition Component.

    1. Right-click in the Current Template window or click the Add menu and select Add New Component > End Condition.

    2. In the Current Component frame:

    a. Type Cut_1:4 for Name.

    b. Set the Feature to Grade_Cut.

    c. Set the Priority to 2.

    d. Set the Target Type to Terrain Model.

    e. Set the Terrain Model to .

    Place the Cut_1:4 Point

    1. Click on the Hinge point.

    This merges the starting points of the two end condition components, forming an End Condition tree. Solutions are sought for each branch, starting with the branch with the highest Priority (having the lowest number). The component rubberbands indicating it is ready for the next point in the component.

    2. In the Dynamic Settings dialog,

    a. Set the Check for Intersection box.

    b. Set the Place Point at Intersection box.

    c. Clear the End Condition is Infinite box.

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    d. Clear the Do Not Construct box.

    e. Type a Point Name of Cut_1:4.

    f. Set the Point Style to Grade_Cutline.

    g. Select the Precision Input Mode of hs=

    h. Type 16,25% [4,25%] and click the Enter key.

    The Cut_1:4 point is placed and the component is drawn to the new cursor position, awaiting the next point.

    i. Right-click in the Current Template Window and select Finish.

    Test the Template

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    1. Click the Test button.

    2. In the Available Targets list, click -Terrain Model.

    3. Click the Draw button.

    4. Move the cursor in the Current Template Window.

    5. Verify the template solves for Cut properly: the 1:4 Slope only solves up to 16 ft [4 m] wide.

    Create the Fill_1:2 End Condition Component.

    1. Right-click in the Current Template window or click the Add menu and select Add New Component > End Condition.

    2. In the Current Component frame:

    j. Type Fill_1:2 for Name.

    k. Set the Feature to Grade_Fill.

    l. Set the Priority to 8.

    m.Set the Target Type to Terrain Model.

    n. Set the Terrain Model to .

    Place a Fill Shoulder Point

    Our 50% Fill Slope will be preceded by a flat shoulder to provide a crash recovery zone.

    1. Click on the Hinge point.

    This merges the starting points of the two end condition components, forming an End Condition tree.

    2. In the Dynamic Settings dialog,

    a. Clear the Check for Intersection box - we do not want to look for the surface until the next segment.

    The Place Point at Intersection box is disabled.

    b. Clear the End Condition is Infinite box.

    c. Clear the Do Not Construct box.

    d. Type a Point Name of FILL_Berm.

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