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AGi32 - Application - Roadway Calculations
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Introduction

There are two techniques used to perform roadway specific calculations in AGi32: the Roadway Optimizer and the Calculation Points – Roadway command1. The calculation methodology employed is similar, but usage patterns for each function may be completely different. Roadway Optimizer can predict pole spacing for a variety of typical roadway configurations with a few clicks and produce instant presentation quality output. The Calculation Points – Roadway command on the other hand is used to place roadway calculation grids in AGi3G’s Model Mode to be integrated with CAD backgrounds and possibly luminaire locations covering a project boundary of larger scope.

AGi32’s roadway capabilities are easily elevated to a level beyond the expectations of published standards. A discussion of the use of reflective surfaces (objects) expands analysis techniques to consider shadow casting and reflecting environments and opens the world of visualization to roadway lighting professionals.

Finally, a brief description of the new research oriented Roadway Standard Configuration Tool is included. The configuration tool allows the assumptions inherent in a roadway standard to be adjusted and customized in order that our industry may develop a deeper understanding of the calculations being employed and their correlation to roadway design practice.

AGi32 supports all popular international standards: North American IES-RP-8-2000, British BSEN 13201-3.2003, European CIE-140-2000, Australian AS1158.2-2005 and New Zealand NZ1158.2-2005.

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  Roadway Optimizer
Calculation Points - Roadway command
Roadway Calculations in 3-dimensional Environments
Roadway Standard Configuration Tool
Migration tips for users moving from 2.1 to 2.2
Migration tips for users moving from 2.0 to 2.1
 Roadway Calculations in AGi32

1Roadway specific calculations refers to the calculation of pavement luminance and related quantities
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