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11/20/2015

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QUAN NGUYEN

That's great news.

Could we use that subassembly (or modify for new one) that will vary the slope base on the corridor/centerline profile slope? The fact that when we model a daylight slope 2:1 with a steep profile the resultant slope of the daylight becomes significant steeper than 2:1 (the 2:1 slope is on the direction perpendicular to the centerline only). In some soil conditions Soils Engineers specifically recommend 2:1 max slope in all directions. In those cases, we have been manually changed the subassembly slope (i.e. 2.5:1 ~ 3:1)to meet the recommendations.

Jason Porter

Nice!Very, very nice!!

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