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Using the '''Interpolate Cross Sections''' command in the ''River Tools'' menu, any number of additional cross sections can be created between two selected cross  sections.  This allows for more detail to the hydraulic model.  The  interpolated cross sections are derived from the geometries of the selected  cross sections.  The stationing of the new cross sections are established by  evenly distributing the length between the selected cross sections.
 
Using the '''Interpolate Cross Sections''' command in the ''River Tools'' menu, any number of additional cross sections can be created between two selected cross  sections.  This allows for more detail to the hydraulic model.  The  interpolated cross sections are derived from the geometries of the selected  cross sections.  The stationing of the new cross sections are established by  evenly distributing the length between the selected cross sections.

Latest revision as of 14:07, 12 June 2019

Using the Interpolate Cross Sections command in the River Tools menu, any number of additional cross sections can be created between two selected cross sections. This allows for more detail to the hydraulic model. The interpolated cross sections are derived from the geometries of the selected cross sections. The stationing of the new cross sections are established by evenly distributing the length between the selected cross sections.

New feature arcs are created for the interpolated cross sections.

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