Liburnian bypass

Liburnian bypass

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Description

The theme of the project is a new bypass Liburnijska Riviera near the town of Opatija in Croatia . This project covers the second phase of construction at a length of 3.5 km .

Comments

muy buenas tomas

about 4 years ago

Thanks, guys. When i looking some of the pics (from the IW); I see the lots of improvements in engineering power in IW, compared old to recent version.

over 4 years ago

Outstanding! I like that you used challenging topography.

over 4 years ago

Hi Erin, nice use case.
Hi Dennis,
Really nice project, like it.
Public access without need to login is available now for InfraWorks 360 web viewer in case you need to communicate the designs per link or on your webpage.
Markus

over 4 years ago

Great work and images!

over 5 years ago

Amazing, amazing.....

over 5 years ago

Very nice work, Denis!

over 5 years ago

Postovani,
Hvala Vam na odgovoru. Sta reci, hobi je sjajan! Sad sam video u komentarima da su Vam vec postavili pitanje u vezi horizontalne signalizacije tako da se izvinjavam zbog duplog posla. Svejedno, hvala jos jednom! Puno pozdrava, Davor

over 5 years ago

Davore, hvala lijepo.
Nije baš u Hrvatskoj neki trend da se rade vizualizacije, ja to više iz hobija, a i pomaże objektivno u nekim situacijama. Vrlo rijetko uspijemo i naplatiti neku vizualizaciju, pretežito kod izrade studija za utjecaj na okoliš. Što se signalizacije tiče, nacrtana je kao 2D entitet ( plines, lines, blokovi) u Civilu, zapravo Autocadu. Potom su formirane "featurelines" u Civilu, i projicirane na projektiranu plohu. Slijedi export u Civilview, te se u 3D studiju doda visina, recimo centimetar ili dva, primjeni bijeli materijal i to je to. Puno pozdrava, Denis

over 5 years ago

Sjajan posao! Nadam se da ce se ovaj trend prosiriti i na Srbiju. Kazite mi samo, molim Vas, u kom programu se uradili horizontalnu signalizaciju, CAD, neki plug-in poput CGS Extension Road ili tome slicno? S postovanjem Davor Agovic

over 5 years ago

Yes, I tend to use 3 programs to do this as well. Thought there was an easier, quicker option. Maybe in the new Infraworks release for 2016.

over 5 years ago

Thanks, Oriole;
This project I start to visualize in 3DS Max, with help of the Civil View. Picture 1 and 3 are created in 3DS Max, so paintlines and arrows are Civil 3D featurelines , after brin him in 3DS I apply the extrude (1 cm) modifier in the 3DS Max. Other pics are from IW. I usually import some lineworks like barriers, and create a specific style in IW. If I need arrows, I create them first in 3DS Max, then import in IW like 3D objects.

over 5 years ago

Great work! Do you have a tip on how to import paintlines and arrows?

over 5 years ago

Thanks, Eric;
This project is created and finish in Civil 3D, then I make some visualization with Civil View (pic. O2_815, example). For the practice only, I try to make a "quick" visualization in IW. So I transfer EG via IMX, and most of the alignments with profiles to create a "design roads". Only a small part of the FG surface I move to IW (object in the picture with gas stations and parkings). Into my opinion, experiment is succes, because I spend very little amout of time in infraworks to make this model, only few of hours. Result is not exactlly the same (especially in the intersections), but it's a really quick, and for the presentation puposes quite OK. Regards, Denis

over 5 years ago

Fantastic work. Was everything here modeled in InfraWorks or did you use other software as well?

almost 6 years ago
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Denis Simenic
Osijek, Croatia

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