AutoCAD Civil 3D

AutoCAD Civil 3D The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Civil 3D, its features, and capabilities, from the basics through to the most advanced and complex topics.

This course covers Working with points, Alignments, Pipe Networks, and Pressure Networks. AutoCAD Civil 3D is an engineering software used by civil engineers and other professionals to plan, design, and manage civil engineering projects. Using AutoCAD Civil 3D, infrastructure professionals can better understand project performance, maintain more consistent data and processes, and respond faster to change.

User’s prerequisites

You don’t need any previous experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D to take this course.

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Course Outline

New for AutoCAD Civil 3D
New Features Overview

Working with Points
Working with Points
Editing Point
Exporting and Importing Points

Feature Lines and Grading
Feature Lines
Grading

Working with Surfaces
Working with Surfaces
Adding to Surfaces
Editing Surfaces
Exporting & Sharing Surfaces

Surface Volumes and Analysis
Exporting & Sharing Surfaces
Surface Labels and Tables

Alignments
Creating Alignments
Alignment Labeling

Working with Profiles
Working with Profiles
Editing Profiles
Profile Labels

Working with Assemblies and Subassemblies
Working with Assemblies and Subassemblies
Subassemblies

Working with Corridors
Creating Corridors
Corridor Attributes
Corridors Editing
Corridor Analysis

Parcels
Parcels

Sample Lines, Sections, and Quantity Takeoffs
Sample Lines
Section Views
Section View Edits & Analysis

Pipe Networks
Pipes and Structures
Part Catalog
Pipe Network
Pipe & Structure Labeling

Pressure Networks
Pressure Networks
Pressure Network Properties
Pressure Network Labeling

Working with Plan Production Tools and Data Shortcuts
Working with Plan Production Tools and Data Shortcuts
Data Shortcuts

About the Author

Mike Thomas spent the first 12-years of his career in the Autodesk channel working for an Autodesk reseller as an Application Specialist. During his travels, he delivered countless hours of training, support, demos, and implementations. He was very fortunate to be able to help solve many issues with Autodesk software. Mike has been using AutoCAD since r13, cut his solid modeling teeth on Mechanical Desktop, and has been using Inventor since before it was known as Inventor. Data Management has always been a big part of his professional life, for the most part with Autodesk Vault.

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