AutoCAD Civil 3D software is a design and documentation solution for civil engineering that supports Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows. By learning to use AutoCAD Civil 3D, you can improve project performance, maintain consistent data, follow standard processes, and respond faster to change with dynamic design functionality. The AutoCAD Civil 3D software permits the rapid development of alternatives through its model-based design tools. You will learn techniques enabling you to organize project data, work with points, create and analyze surfaces, model road corridors, perform grading and volume calculation tasks, and layout pipe networks.

Course Outline

Chapter 1: The AutoCAD Civil 3D Interface
1.1 Product Overview
1.2 AutoCAD Civil 3D Workspaces
Start Tab
1.3 AutoCAD Civil 3D User Interface
1.4 AutoCAD Civil 3D Toolspace
1.5 AutoCAD Civil 3D Panorama
1.6 AutoCAD Civil 3D Templates, Settings, and Styles

Chapter 2: Project Management
2.1 AutoCAD Civil 3D Projects
2.2 Sharing Data
2.3 Using Data Shortcuts for Project
2.4 Practice 2a Starting a Project
2.5 Practice 2b Manage File Sizes with Data Shortcuts
2.6 Practice 2c Share Projects with Team Members Outside
the Office Network

Chapter 3: Parcels
3.1 Lines and Curves
Practice 3a Beginning a Subdivision Project
3.2 Introduction to Parcels

Chapter 4: Survey
4.1 Survey Workflow Overview
4.2 Survey Figures
Practice 4a Creating Figure Prefixes
4.3 Points Overview
Practice 4b Point Marker Styles
4.4 Point Settings
4.5 Creating Points
Practice 4c Creating AutoCAD Civil 3D Points
4.6 Description Key Sets
Practice 4d Creating a Description Key Set
4.7 Importing Survey Data
Practice 4e Importing Survey Data
4.8 Point Groups
Practice 4f Creating Point Groups
4.9 Reviewing and Editing Points
Practice 4g Manipulating Points
4.10 Point Reports

Chapter 5: Surfaces
5.1 Surface Process
5.2 Surface Properties
5.3 Contour Data
5.4 Other Surface Data
Practice 5a Creating an Existing Ground Surface
5.5 Breaklines and Boundaries
Practice 5b Add Additional Data to an Existing Ground Surface
5.6 Surface Editing
5.7 Surface Analysis Tools
Practice 5c Surface Edits
5.8 Surface Labels
5.9 Surface Volume Calculations
5.10 Surface Analysis Display
Practice 5d Surface Labeling and Analysis
5.11 Point Cloud Surface Extraction
Practice 5e (Optional) Create a Point Cloud Surface

Chapter 6: Alignments
6.1 Roadway Design Overview
6.2 AutoCAD Civil 3D Sites
6.3 Introduction to Alignments
Practice 6a Creating Alignments from Objects
6.4 Alignments Layout Tools
Practice 6b Creating and Modifying Alignments
6.5 Alignment Properties
6.6 Labels and Tables
Practice 6c Alignment Properties and Labels

Chapter 7: Profiles
7.1 Profiles Overview
7.2 Create a Profile View Style
7.3 Create Profiles from Surface
7.4 Create Profile View Wizard
7.5 Finished Ground Profiles
7.6 Create and Edit Profiles

Chapter 8: Corridors
8.1 Assembly Overview
8.2 Modifying Assemblies
Practice 8a Creating Assemblies
Practice 8b Creating Assemblies Additional Practice
8.3 Creating a Corridor
8.4 Corridor Properties
8.5 Designing Intersections
8.6 Corridor Surfaces
8.7 Corridor Section Review and Edit
8.8 Corridor Visualization

Chapter 9: Grading
9.1 Grading Overview
9.2 Feature Lines
9.3 Grading Tools
9.4 Modifying AutoCAD Civil 3D Grading

Chapter 10: Pipe Networks
10.1 Pipes Overview
10.2 Pipes Configuration
Practice 10a Configuring Pipe Networks
10.3 Creating Networks from Objects
10.4 The Network Layout Toolbar
10.5 Network Editing
10.6 Annotating Pipe Networks
10.7 Pressure Pipe Networks

Chapter 11: Quantity Take Off/Sections
11.1 Sample Line Groups
11.2 Section Volume Calculations
11.3 Pay Items
11.4 Section Views

Chapter 12: Plan Production
12.1 Plan Production Tools

Course Duration: 40 Hrs

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