D&T dipping plane allows one to create a 3D square plane of determined orientation, dip and width, at pre-determined coordinates. The output is a 3D polygon.
This tool is especially useful for the 3D modeling of geological features such as faults, joints, lithologic contacts, bedding or schistosity planes. It is also practical for creating geological cross-sections. It may also be useful when modeling urban environments, such as ramps, roofs or walls.
- Dip direction (0-360°): azimuth of the direction of the dip with respect to the North
- Dip (0-89°): steepest angle of the plane relative to a horizontal plane
- Width [m] or [ft]: the width of the plane
- X, Y, Z [m] or [ft]: coordinates of the center of the plane
- Output polygon feature class: location of the polygon feature class
Esri’s ArcGIS Desktop 10.3 “Basic”(=ArcView) + “3D Analyst” extension
The trial version is a free, limited version intended to provide an overview of the functionality of the tool. The azimuth, dip and width values are fixed.
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