AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Cannot Get Daylight Link To Show

Apr 8, 2013

I have a corridor with conditional assembly for all 200 sections. One conditions which stretches 200 feet I can not get the daylight link to show in the sections.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Daylight Slope Doesn't Show Up In Cross Sections

Nov 29, 2012

I have a fairly simple corridor, however, I had to modify the alignment, rebuild the corridor and resample cross-sections.  Now my right daylight slope won't show up.  It shows up in the section viewer, but not the cross-section.  I had this problem once before and fixed it, but now I can't remember how I did...I have all targets, sections sampled match corridor sampling etc.

Civil 3D 2012 SP1

Windows 7

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Apr 26, 2012

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What I am trying to accomplish seems simple enough:

I have a utility easement in a drainage ditch that is 30' wide with a sewer line designed down the center, we need a very simple 10' access road on the uphill side of sewer line with 4:1 Cut/Fill slopes on either side when possible, however when the 4:1 won't catch within the easement I need it to daylight within.

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Civil 3D 2012
Windows 7 Service Pack 1
Intel Core i7-2600 CPU
16GB RAM

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Nov 6, 2012

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The Road prism is a tylical shape that has a u-shaped ditch on one side.  The daylight line from the outside edge of the ditch follows a series of comlicated benches at set elevations and then terminates at OG with no trouble but I'm trying to get an additional bench to be generated before OG (see attached + yellow lines). 

how to add this extera bench?

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Apr 18, 2012

I'm modeling a simple corridor (12' lane 2%, 6' shoulder 6%, 4:1 to match EG).  I used the "LinkSlopeToSurface" subassembly for the 4:1 to match the EG.   Unfortunately our EG isn't always wide enough for the 4:1 slope to match it somewhere.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Transition Between Daylight Regions

Sep 12, 2013

I am working on a project where some of the corridors require different daylight slopes. I need to transition between a region with 2:1 slope to a 10:1 slope. My local civ3d support said something about using grading tools to achive that.

What I understood was that my assemblies should not have any daylight sub-assembly and that i should grade the corridor and than add a transition zone between the different gradings. Did I understand correctly?

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Aug 21, 2013

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file can be .txt or .csv

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Nov 7, 2012

I need to daylight to an offset, to create a clear zone/fall zone, but it must have a maximum slope of 6:1. If no daylight is found at the offset and maximum slope, then grade at the maximum slope to the offset then daylight to the target suface at a steeper slope.

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Dec 24, 2013

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I got this problem during creation of corridor surface boundaries. I would like to create a corridor datum surface using the daylight feature lines, automatically from the corridor surfaces-boundaries dialog box, but the daylight does not appear in the list.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Grading Object / Daylight Lines

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Where are the setting for the display for grading lines such as features, daylight lines, etc in the standard grading pallet?

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Aug 21, 2013

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Feb 20, 2013

I have been asked to put a feature (a diversion berm) at the daylight line of a roadway where cut conditions exist off the proposed shoulder.  Because of the length of the project, it would be useful if this could be done automatically as part of the corridor, rather than creating a feature line from the daylight line and grading it separately. 

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Jan 7, 2014

What is the best method of forcing a fill daylight using an assembly?  Though I've played with several links, I'm not managing to get the results I desire.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Daylight Assembly - Fill / Cut Condition

Apr 8, 2012

I like to create a daylight assembly with following criterias

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2. If the surface is not met within 19 m from centreline, then till 19 m 2.5% slope and 33% slope afterwards till it hit the surface.

Civil3D 2012

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Daylight General - Which Priority To Standing Water

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Jul 24, 2013

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Aug 21, 2013

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How can I go about determining the potential outfall locations?

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Feb 4, 2013

I have a corridor design and the corridor daylights very close to the pavement.  I need to have rock from the EOP out beyond the daylight point to a 30' offset from the alignment.  I need it to follow the EG and show a depth of 2' throughout.

I had to draw the rock shapes manually.  But I'd like to figure out how to do it using the corridor if possible.

Please see the attached image.  Everything beyond the daylight point was traced on top of the EG and then offset 2' to get the bottom.

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I'm building up my assembly and I want to add a daylight sub-assembly in order to grade my proposed surface to the existing surface. Typically I would have a 1:3 slope up or down. I have choosen the DaylightGeneral for this and although there is quite a few parameters to play with, I'm only interested in the up/down slope but when I put anything sleeper than 1:4 it doesn't work, I get this red line and circle.

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Jun 20, 2012

I've created a corridor with a Cul-de-sac. The problem is that the daylight lines targeted to the existing ground intersect at turn segments: 

which results in defects of corridor surface:

I wonder if there's a way to overcome this.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Takeoff Surface Area Of Daylight Slopes

Feb 28, 2012

What approaches are available in civil 3D to takeoff the surface area of daylight slopes?Which do you recommend for given scenarios?

I tried compute materials but the volume report for cut and fill area is zero - so either I missed something or the compute materials for surface area does not work yet. Then, I tried the QTO manager and linked the corridor codes slope_link and daylight_fill to payitems. Slope_link has a QTO of 1,458,099M2 and daylight_fill has 913.39M2; I have more confidence in the daylight_fill takeoff.

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Sep 20, 2013

My corridor Feature Lines for Daylight Jump across in different areas (see attached PDF)

when I look at it in 3d it looks ok but the plan view the jumped lines show up.

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Jul 13, 2012

I'm having a random issue with the daylight ties lopes not tieing to the EG surface at all stations in the Corridor Section Editor. Some stations daylight fine. In plan view the daylight lines vary left & right as expected but don't display at all in Section Editor.
 
Some background info:2012 Civil 3D SP1 / 64 bit / WIN7Simple corridor used1 alignmentSame fg profileSame drefd EG surface (set all targets for daylight LT/RT)Only one assembly applied to entire corridor Attached are 2 captions of the issue I'm having which each have a cut & fill occurrence as well as a caption of the entire align. & corridor. I did try deleting corridor & recreating and even recreated a simpler assembly and still have the daylight issue in same areas of corridor.

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Jun 22, 2013

I have problem with corridor surface boundary , in curve boundary line is jumping on daylight fill , but i have created surface on wearing layer ,also when i am adding boundary there is only 3 types of adding , corridor extends , polygon and interactively , photo attached.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Test The Height Of Fill Slope Relative To Daylight Catch Point?

Sep 23, 2013

This seems like something that should be really easy but for the life of me I can't figure it out. I even started looking at using the Subassembly composer to create a custom SA but that seems like a ton of work so something that would seem to be a common problem.

I need to provide a v-ditch with 2:1 side slopes at the toe of a 2:1 fill slope. The flow line of the ditch should be 2 ft below the daylight point of the roadway pavement section.  

My problem is that the conditional subassembly seems to evaluate the height of fill directly beneath the attachment point of the conditional SA (pavement section daylight point in my case – “Daylight_Sub” Point code).  Instead I need it to evaluate the difference in elevation between the catch point of a 2:1 daylight fill slope and the conditional SA attachment point (Daylight_sub). If that difference is less than 2 feet, I need to provide the ditch, otherwise I can just use the daylight slope for the ditch foreslope and the existing surface for the backslope.

how to do this? Maybeits as easy as using a predefined daylight subassembly that I'm overlooking?

Here’s my current assembly attempt: 

And the resulting behavior. It is solving the 2nd fill condition when I would like it to solve the 1st fill condition:

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