CFL Asphalt Paved Ditch, Concrete Curb and Gutter (609082000)

Adhoc Name: 609082000
Description: CFL Asphalt Paved Ditch, Concrete Curb and Gutter (Pay Item 60908-1000)

Typical Section showing variables

Typical Section showing variables

ADHOC DESCRIPTIONS

Paved Ditch Slope” - Slope in a Rise:Run format to draw the pavement widening portion of the paved ditch. Do not forget the colon between the numbers.

Curb & Gutter Total Width” - Type 2 Curb and Gutter total width across the bottom in master units.

Gutter Width” - Type 2 Curb and Gutter width of gutter pan in master units.

Curb Top Width” - Type 2 Curb and Gutter width of top of curb in master units.

Curb Inside Height” - Type 2 Curb and Gutter inside curb height in master units.

Curb Outside Height” - Type 2 Curb and Gutter outside curb height in master units.

Gutter Slope” - Type 2 Curb and Gutter slope in percent, of the gutter pan. Do not include the percent sign.

GutterThickness” - Type 2 Curb and Gutter thickness of gutter in master units.

Cut Bench Width” - Distance in master units drawn beyond back of curb before breaking to a cut slope when the top back of curb is below existing ground.

Cut Bench Slope” - Slope in a Rise:Run format to be used for the adhoc “Cut Bench Width”. Do not forget the colon between the numbers.

Backfill Slope” - Slope in a Rise:Run format to be used for the adhoc “Backfill Max Width”. Do not forget the colon between the numbers.

Backfill Max Width” - Maximum width allowed to try to tie to existing ground using the slope set by the adhoc “Backfill Slope”.

Embankment Bench Width” - Distance in master units drawn beyond back of curb before breaking to a fill slope when the top back of curb is above existing ground.

Embankment Bench Slope” - Slope in a Rise:Run format to be used for the adhoc “Embankment Bench Width”. Do not forget the colon between the numbers.

Embankment Fill Slope” - There are two options for the Embankment Fill Slope. The first option is to specify a slope in a Rise:Run format to be used to tie to the existing ground in a fill situation when the “Backfill Max Width” option does not work. Do not forget the colon between the numbers. The second option is to specify the letters ST to force the criteria to use the Slopes Table generated through the re-definable variables.

Example of Slope Specification... -1:2
Example of Slopes Table... ST

Fix Slope on Low Side” - Y or N to force a slope on the paved ditch while on the low side of super elevation.

Fix Slope on High Side” - Y or N to force a slope on the paved ditch while on the high side of super elevation.

Use Min Slope Low Side” - Y or N to check for a minimum slope while on the high side of super elevation.

Min Slope Low Side” - Slope in a Rise:Run format to draw the pavement widening portion of the paved ditch when utilizing the minimum slope. Do not forget the colon between the numbers.

Fixed Width Paved Ditch” - By default this value will be set to 0 and the location of the paved ditch in plan view will set the width of the paved ditch. If however, this adhoc is changed to a number greater than 0 then this adhoc will set the width of the paved ditch in effect overriding the plan view location of the element. This is useful in a curve widening situation, where the edge of pavement may not be accurately represented.

Force Bench Width” - Use Yes (Y) or No (N) to force the complete width of the Embankment Bench Width. If the top of the curb is above existing ground, setting this to yes will force the full width of the bench even if the bench crosses the existing ground line. If this is set to yes and the embankment bench does goes under ground, the ditch foreslope and ditch width will automatically be forced to a a zero distance. This will result in the ditch backslope connecting to the existing ground using the cut slopes table. If this is set to yes but the entire bench is still above ground, the setting will then have no effect and the tie to ground process will proceed as normal.

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