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Hello that's me again :)

 

After a fully integration of the tires in my model I managed to make some simulations on road thanks to the .rdf file (flat and polyline roads).

Now I would like to create more complicated roads.

 

I saw that we can create 3D roads with Open CRG and I would like to know how can we add this kind of road in the model ? I didn't find specific information about this in the User Guide.

 

Also what is the point of the Road Builder (Vehicle Tools ==> Road Tools) ? Is this where we have to import our CRG model ?

 

 

Thanks for the replies !

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Hi,

 

You can use Road tools. The tool will import the CRG as a meshed h3D graphic into MV.

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Yep it imports the CRG as Graphic but I can't use it for the simulation. In the RDF file (MF-Tire Model) I specify :

 

METHOD             = '3D'
ROAD_TYPE          = 'crg'

 

But I don't know how to tell to RDF where the CRG file is... It is not explained in their PDF.

 

Ok I found it...

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Hello,

 

I would like to display a road surface from the Altair library (Altair\2017\hwsolvers\motionsolve\usersub\roads) but I have faced the next problem during import the road data file in the Road Tools.

Picture is attached.

Could you please explain me what is the wrong?

 

Thank you in advance for your answer!

 

RoadDataFile.png

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