AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Corridor Section Editor Not Displaying A Section
Mar 8, 2012
I've got a corridor where the section editor does not show a section that the corridor has created. My frequency is set to 25' with high/low points along curves. At station 22+75, in the model space the corridor shows a section being created (image #2). However, I cannot edit or even see that section in the section editor (image #1). The first screen shot shows the list of stations for the corridor in the editor while the second screenshot shows the model space at the problem station. This is in the middle of a region, so there shouldn't be any issues with other assemblies or regions.
In the section editor, Sta 22+74.91 is listed, skips 22+75, then lists 23+00. I am needing to manually adjust the cross slopes of my lanes. If I view the surface there is a weird dip because at station 22+75 the default slope of my lane is -2%. I cannot edit station 22+75, so I cannot adjust the cross slope of the lanes.
What is causing the section editor to not even recognize a section? How can I edit the cross slope at station 22+75 if the editor doesn't even display that section?
Infrastructure Design Suite Premium 2014
Civil 3D 2014 x64
Windows 7 64-bit
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.
I have added intermediate sample lines in my corridor. These sections appear in the section editor and I can make changes to the data. The changes show correctly in the section editor and section view, however, when I plot the cross sections some of these added stations do not show the overrides. They are showing the original assembly group parameters. How do I get all the cross sections to reflect the edited data from the section editor?
Using 2012, latest SP. I have a master drawing @ 1:500 with alignment, prof's, corr, etc. I have a second drawing @ 1:200 to be used for section views. I've data referenced the alignment, prof's, srf's, etc. I've created the section views in the section view dwg and xref'd the master dwg.
My problem is that the corridor model will not display in section views anywhere along a spiral in the 1:200 dwg. It displays fine everywhere else along the alignment. Just not spirals.
I have section views in the master drawing that will display the corridor just fine in section view at these same stations along the spirals.
When I open the Corridor Section Editor, the Ribbon changes to the Section Editor ribbon, but the section window doesn't come up. If I pan around, parts of the drawing disappear. If I close the editor and regen, everything comes back.
What could be the trick with corridor section editor in C3D 2014, applying overrides to a stations range won't work. After selecting or typing end station in the 'apply to a station range' prompt nothing happens, the overrides just will not be applied.
To apply overrides for an subassembly (curb depth etc) I must go through all the stations set by corridor frequency in the station range. This is not file specific, as it is the case with all my projects.
In my section editor my labels show up correctly and in all the locations I want. But then, in my cross section file, I look in my section views and they are completely different. When I try to label more points under the Code Set Styles, they won't even show up on my section views.
how label only the top of my road surface in section view? The road slopes -2% towards a ditch but my my code set labels both the top of road(-2%) and what I assume is the bottom of the road surface (2%) which I don't want to show.
Is it also possible to label my side slopes as 4:1 instead of 25%?
I created a base drawing for sections that references an alignment. I xrefed in the drawing where my corridor was created. When I create the section views, the corridor shows up perfectly.
I then created a blank sheet and xrefed in my section view base drawing.In this sheet drawing, only parts of the corridors are visible.I have a C&G on one assembly and a shoulder on another assembly that aren't visible. (see pics)The first pic is my section base drawing.
When creating a Corridor Section Points Report using the Toolspace>Toolbox>Reports Manager in Civil 3D 2012, the stations get listed but only a few contain point information (see attached).
I am trying to generate stake-out data for a proposed road. I was able to get this report to work successfully in one of the Civil 3D tutorials, so I assume that nothing is wrong with the utility. The problem may be related to my corridor.
I am doing public works type project. A simple road widening project. I created an alignment, surface, profile view and basic road assembly (from tool palettes) and corridor.
I created a corridor and referenced it to my "profile view", "alignment" and to "basic road" assembly. When I created section views, it shows only existing grade based on the surface and the basic road assembly is not showing on my sections. I can't figure out how to do it.
I have a single corridor "section" that extends from the 'tip' of my cul-de-sac back to the start of the alignment.I scoured the group before posting and didn't see anything quite the same.Would it have something to do with the corridor line being parallel to the alignment?
I am attempting to create section views from a corridor. I have about 80 sections total that I would really like to stack 3 high...then just across the page. Any step by step that make this process easy to understand?
Right now I get 10 high then across the page (using 'draft' option). I've tried to make a dwt at a 10 scale, (setting the viewport at 10 scale and viewport as a 'section' in the properties), but when I use that, the sections start overlapping (this is using the 'production' option).
Anyway, I'm trying to build a corridor that targets the existing surface with a linkslopetosurface sub. It works just like I want it to, but there are areas where I want to override the target and have it target an existing curb return alignment. Is there a better sub I should be using that will target one first and then a second if the first doesn't work right?
Also, with my corridor section editor, can I adjust the vertical scale to be exagerated? It's really tough to edit the 1:1 ver./hor. scale.
I am running a corridor in Civil 3D 2012 that has two baselines. Issues with multiple baselines in section views, but understand this problem was eliminated in 2012? In any case, this does not seem to by my issue. Attached you will find a section view through the two baselines (one is for a general overlay, the second for widening). The section view seems to display correctly at station 3+75, but 25' feet further down the road it does not display the corridor assemblies correctly (as can be seen by the lack of a ditch and shoulder overlay in the second image).
I have checked the code styles to make sure all links are included, as well as the comparing section view properties. All settings and styles appear to be the same, and the corridor seems to be built correctly. If I sample the Finished Grade corridor surface, it displays in section view as if the ditch were there (see third image).
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Edited a corridor section. Hit some button (not sure what) now I can't get back to my regular view. If I select the "Top" view, now all that shows up is one contour, and the top of one cross section, like it's only showing stuff that is at one elevation.
I would like to have my corridor section points report to have different labels for the points like Edge of Shoulder or EOP instead of labels like P2 and Hinge. Is the only way to do this to somehow change the codes in the stock subassemblies?
how to have exisitng cross slopes display on a bank of corridor cross sections...I see lots of posts on this but I am having trouble finding the answer. The link below from Add a section view grade label only adds "A" slope label.....I want all of them in all of my sections.