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SWEPT PATH ANALYSIS DESIGN
Our team can produce for planning purposes or other documentation a vehicle swept path design with our extended vehicle library database turning curves and live vehicle turning curves in video format to show how vehicle manoeuvring can be demonstrated such as turning around bents parking into parking lots and three-point turns. All using the latest software.
What is swept part analysis? Easy its a software program set within AutoCad which has a library of vehicles listed so choose from and adapt on os base maps or new developments to see if the manoeuvring of large vehicles such as refuge trucks and other can enter or exit into spaces or manoeuvring around tight bends seeing the actual turning radius of the vehicle's path. All kinds of designers may need to see the turning
restrictions of any particular vehicle, from a
small motorbike to large refuge trucks to
aeroplanes. New housing developments may
need to see if larger lorries can travel in new
residential developments or parking in tight
restricted spaces etc. The benefits of using this
software is to design and analyse the vehicles
routes to design the environment before
construction. From schools to delivery depots
we can show the vehicle's path from turning to
two vehicles passing each other. We are the
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swept part design for your project. Fast turn-
around time for all designs.
Designing your any vehicle path from turning to maneuvering from our extensive library
TYPES OF USES OF THIS SWEPT PATH ANALYSIS SOFTWARE
Parking spaces would be designed to accommodate for large standard cars.
Refuge and recycling vehicles would access the development on a regular basis.
Busses may need to be accommodated on primary local or connector roads.
RETAIL AND INDUSTRIAL
Facilities would need to be served by delivery vehicles, likely both rigid or articulated.
Vehicles would need access to specific loading points and would be expected to perform low speed reverse maneuvers.