I have a corridor but I am trying to add the proposed culverts in there.
I tried the Subsurface utility but it does not have any nodes/conduit templates for box culverts, so that did not work.
Then I tried to just draw in the culvert and assign profiles/elevations to it but that does not seem very intuitive.
I read something about using a template but was not sure how to go about that.
Should I make a corridor for every culvert with its own culvert template?
I think that would work but I am worried that would take a lot of computer resources.
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Thank you for your reply.
As of right now, the purpose of the culverts would solely be to have them displayed in the model.
Later on we will have to place them so we can get more accurate lengths of culverts given their elevation and tie-ing in to the proposed terrain.
As of right now, I have:
1) created a template for a box culvert
2) drew an alignment based on a 2D design file and added a profile to it
3) Tried to get the headwalls drawn in, with the end conditions of the corridor tieing it to that.
Is this a semi-correct workflow?
It seems that using Nodes and conduits with SUE would be more convenient but there is no option for box culverts or multiple culverts grouped together.
I have issues with making the end conditions transition, which has never worked for me but that is another issue altogether.
Can anyone share video tutorial and work around for the above...
Did you happen to show culvert on the roadway?
I have exact same question now, did you find the answer to it?