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This book begins by introducing Civil 3D’s interface and exploring how to best leverage a dynamic environment. Following a workflow-based approach that mirrors how projects progress in the real world, the book then guides readers through using survey data, modeling terrain using surfaces, designing in 2D using alignments and then displaying and annotating the alignments, and designing in 3D using corridors. The book then shows readers how to design, annotate, and display design cross-sections, boundaries using parcels, pipe networks, and surfaces. The book also explains how to best design new terrain and go from design to construction. Finally, a Certification Appendix assists readers in preparing for Certified Associate exam.
Based on the very real-world task of designing a residential subdivision, the hands-on exercises in Civil 3D Essentials will get all users up to speed on the program’s core functionality so they can quickly become productive with the software. The full-color book also features dataset downloads so readers can jump in anywhere as well as compare their work to the pro’s.
1 Navigating the Civil 3D User Interface.
2 Leveraging a Dynamic Environment.
3 Establishing Existing Conditions Using Survey Data.
4 Modeling the Existing Terrain Using Surfaces.
5 Designing in 2D Using Alignments.
6 Displaying and Annotating Alignments.
7 Designing Vertically Using Profiles.
8 Displaying and Annotating Profiles.
9 Designing in 3D Using Corridors.
10 Creating Cross Sections of the Design.
11 Displaying and Annotating Cross Sections.
12 Designing and Analyzing Boundaries using Parcels.
13 Displaying and Annotating Parcels.
14 Designing and Analyzing Pipe Networks.
15 Displaying and Annotating Pipe Networks.
16 Designing New Terrain.
17 Analyzing, Displaying, and Annotating Surfaces.
18 From Design to Construction.
Posted March 21, 2012
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