While the profiles in DA 66 format are used for volume calculation between boundary lines, data type 54 is more suitable for volume determination according to Elling, since the 6-digit item designation is in columns 3 to 8 (column 9 may contain an additional alphanumeric index). The 6-digit position designation is supplemented by a descriptive text in a preceding line DA 53. With data type 54, it is permitted to store a point twice, in order to ensure the correct area calculation according to Elling. The data type 54 is often used in connection with the volume calculation according to Elling. Therefore there are zero profiles in data type 54, which are defined only by their station, but have no profile points.
A 55…Terrain profilesThe points to the left of the axis (distance negative) are first stored starting from the axis point, the distance being noted positive. Then the points to the right of the axis are stored.
DA 66…Datum pointsData type 66 is closely related to data type 54. It is required for volume determinations between boundary lines, which are specified as a 2-digit code number (KZ) in columns 8 to 9. The calculation position is defined in data type 68 by specifying the associated boundary lines (KZ top, bottom, left and right). The format DA 66 is used to store boundary lines in cross profiles. Each boundary line in the cross section has its own name. Boundary lines with the same name in different cross sections define a DTM.
Machine control transfers the desired points for automated profiling of the route.
Landxml…Transfers data for general machine control.Same points are connected lengthwise.
Format 001 (data type 001)…Passes a *.001 file for general machine control with:- station – y-coordinate (right value) – x-coordinate (high value) – z-coordinate (height) – elevation – rfd. Point number – if necessary. Distance of the point to the axisNote: When exporting, at the same time the file [Name of 001 file].001.C01 Generates. This can be used for the representation in the height plan.
– Y coordinate (right value) – X coordinate (high value) – Z coordinate (height)
The values must be separated by at least one space character each.
Create station table creates the stations of the cross sections and saves them in a file.
[Current project folder]\*.A58
Poly file editor passes variables with which cross-section components can be influenced from outside.
*.Ply *. Horizon list creates a list with the data of the selected horizon. Exports it in different formats.
V7_[current axis number]_planning.Lst
Constraint point diagnosis (gradient, heights of the ceiling book or a horizon) determines height deviations between an axis and a constraint point group.
*.Txt…Text file *.RTF…Data exchange between text processing programs – ASCII file *.CSV…Results in tabular form for table editors like Microsoft Excel *.Xls…In Excel format
Height difference of two gradients transfers the result of the comparison of two longitudinal sections of one or different axes.
Constraint points from horizon transfers height constraint points in VESTRA format VCP from any horizon.
*.Txt…Text file *.RTF…Data exchange between text processing programs ASCII file *.CSV…Results in tabular form for table editors like Microsoft Excel *.Xls…In Excel format
REB 21.003 transfers accounting data for mass calculation from cross sections according to Elling in the following formats:
*.13D…Contains all data types of the calculation procedure in one file. Figure 1. Section from *.13D file
Qreberr03_[Current Axis].LST…Error list QREB21003_[Current axis].LST…Accounting list with- Data of the curve band – Control values and constants – Position data – DA 53 – Coordinates of the profile points – DA 54 – Mass calculation – Station – Area – YS – Radius – Correction factor – Single mass – Total mass
– station – horizon number – area – YS – correction factor – single mass – total mass – radius – subject meaning – designation – REB – position
REB 21.013 transfers accounting data as mass calculations between boundary lines in the following formats:
*.6D…Contains all data types of the calculation procedure in one file. Figure 2.