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9 9  Figure 1, The Transport Planning module
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11 +== Example ==
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13 +The example here is a simple building (figure 2) and in this example, we will see how the walls can be planned for transport.
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15 +[[image:1550502049853-438.png||height="984" width="1514"]]
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17 +Figure 2, Stack planning and the Model view from the Project Manager, especially take note of the Auto transport and selected fields
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19 +The walls have been planned in a specific erection order, therefore, we will add them to the transport in the reversed erection sequence. When the transport arrives at the construction site, the walls can be picked up by the crane and directly onto the site.
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21 +Clicking the Auto Transport icon while selecting the elements that are to be planned for transport, the Auto Transport window appears, see figure 3
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23 +[[image:1550502358212-846.png||height="653" width="546"]]
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25 +Figure 3, The Auto Transport window
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27 +After pressing the start, the wall elements are planned onto two transport trailers. In this case, the trailer template name is Walls. Opening the specific project in the Project Manager model viewer will also visualize the trailers in the model, please see figure 4.
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29 +[[image:1550502782100-619.png||height="960" width="1508"]]
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31 +Figure 4, Transport Planning - Two trailers loaded, corresponding transport colors showing in both the transport module and the model viewer
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