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Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012

Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012

Richard Graham, Louisa Holland

ISBN: 978-1-118-01681-7

Jul 2011

936 pages

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Description

A complete, detailed reference and tutorial for AutoCAD Civil 3D

Autodesk's Civil 3D is the industry-leading civil engineering software, and this authoritative Autodesk Official Training Guide has been completely revised and modernized to offer you a fresh perspective on this powerful engineering package. Packed with new examples, new datasets, and new tutorials, this book shows how elements of the dynamic engineering program work together and discusses the best methods for creating, editing, displaying, and labeling all of a civil engineering project's elements.

The book features in-depth, detailed coverage of surveying, points, alignments, surfaces, profiles, corridors, grading, LandXML and LDT Project Transfer, cross sections, pipe networks, visualization, sheets, and project management as well as Vault and data shortcuts. Practical tutorials, tips, tricks, real-world examples and easy-to-follow explanations detail all aspects of a civil engineering project. This Mastering book is recommended as a Certification Preparation study guide resource for the Civil 3D Associate and Professional exams.

  • Features in-depth, detailed coverage of AutoCAD Civil 3D, the enormously popular civil engineering software
  • Shows how elements of the dynamic engineering program work together and discusses the best methods for creating, editing, displaying, and labeling all of a civil engineering project's elements
  • Shares straightforward explanations, real-world examples, and practice tutorials on surveying, points, alignments, surfaces, profiles, corridors, grading, and much more

In addition to teaching you vital Civil 3D tips, tricks, and techniques, Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D will also help you prepare for the Civil 3D 2011 Certified Associate and Certified Professional exams.

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Introduction.

Chapter 1: The Basics of AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Chapter 2: Survey.

Chapter 3: Points.

Chapter 4: Surfaces.

Chapter 5: Parcels.

Chapter 6: Alignments.

Chapter 7: Profiles and Profile Views.

Chapter 8: Assemblies and Subassemblies.

Chapter 9: Basic Corridors.

Chapter 10: Advanced Corridors, Intersections, and Roundabouts.

Chapter 11: Superelevation.

Chapter 12: Cross Sections and Mass Haul.

Chapter 13: Pipe Networks and Part Builder.

Chapter 14: Storm and Sanitary Analysis.

Chapter 15: Grading.

Chapter 16: Plan Production.

Chapter 17: Interoperability.

Chapter 18: Quantity Takeoff.

Chapter 19: Styles.

Appendix A: The Bottom Line.

Appendix B: AutoCAD Civil 3D Certification.

Index.

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6229-30Text correction: misidentified Floating Curve option
The instructions in the Real World Scenario: Sometimes the Planner is Right should be corrected as follows:

In steps 6. and 8., the Free Curve Fillet (Between Two Entities, Through Point) option should read:
the More Floating Curves > Floating Curve (From entity end, through point) option


Steps following 8. should read as follows:

9. Open the Alignment Grid View tool on the Alignment Layout tools toolbar.
10. In the Alignment Grid View, click the first line constraint entry and select 'Constrained by next (floating)'. Notice that the tangency constraint warning disappears.
11. Use the Delete Sub-Entity tool to delete the small line. Your reverse curve is complete.
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