AutoCAD Civil 3D Training

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AutoCAD Civil 3D training imparts the skills to use AutoCAD® Civil 3D® civil engineering design software from Autodesk. Participants’ gains insight about how the software supports site designing for layouts, and pipe networking. AutoCAD Civil 3D course helps the civil engineers to better understand project components by acquiring knowledge of the creation and working of assemblies and corridors. The candidates achieve proficiency in using precision drafting tools for creating accurate technical drawings along with detailed format. The different ways of managing data are also covered as a by-product of the design.

Upon completing the training, the individuals will be able to do the following:

  • Navigate the user interface
  • Work with points, alignments, surfaces, sections, and assemblies
  • Create, edit, and label different profile views
  • Learn drawing techniques
  • Learn how to work with corridors
  • Create and calculate corridor quantities
  • Create Cul-de-Sacs and Knuckle Surface
  • Work with Data Shortcut and Reference objects
Target audience
  • Students
  • Designers
  • Engineers
  • Architects
Prerequisites

While there is no formal prerequisite for this training, however candidates with a strong interest in civil design and engineering are the ideal participants for this course.

Civil 3D Basics

  • Introduction to Civil 3D
  • Civil 3D User Interface
  • Civil 3D Objects
  • Civil 3D Styles
  • Civil 3D Settings

Data Shortcuts

  • Setting up a new Project
  • Setting up working folder
  • Creating new data shortcut project folder
  • Working with template to set up data shortcut folder
  • Setting new data shortcut project folder
  • Associating project to current drawing
  • Associating project to multiple drawing
  • Validating data shortcut

Working with Points

  • Introduction to Civil 3D points
  • Manual Point creation
  • Importing points from file
  • Editing and modifying points
  • Understanding Point groups

Working with Surface

  • Understanding Point style
  • Creating custom point styles
  • Understanding description keys
  • Exporting Points to file
  • Introduction to Civil 3D surface
  • Creating surface
  • Editing surface
  • Surface styles
  • Surface boundaries
  • Surface mask
  • Surface analysis
  • Surface labeling

Working with Alignments

  • An overview of alignments
  • Creating alignments by layout
  • Creating alignments from polylines and other entities
  • Creating offset alignment
  • Creating widening to an alignment
  • Creating best fit alignment
  • Creating alignment from existing alignment
  • Creating alignment from corridor
  • Editing alignments
  • Creating points along an alignment
  • Labeling an alignment
  • Creating alignment data table
  • Generating alignment reports

Working with Profiles

  • An overview of profiles/long section
  • Creating surface/ground profile
  • Understanding profile styles and profile views
  • Creating proposed roadway profiles
  • Editing proposed roadway profiles
  • Creating profile from file
  • Creating best fit profile
  • Creating superimposed profile
  • Creating profile from corridor
  • Understanding data band set
  • Creating custom Data Band Set

Working with Assemblies

  • An Overview of Civil 3D assembly
  • Understanding subassemblies
  • Creating Assemblies
  • Editing Assemblies
  • Creating Subassemblies
  • Managing Assemblies

Working with Corridors

  • An Overview of Civil 3D Corridors
  • Working with corridor parameters
  • Working with corridor targets
  • Working with corridor regions
  • Working with corridor styles
  • Working with corridor code set styles
  • Creating corridor surface
  • Working with Corridor labels

Working with Cross Sections

  • Introduction to sample lines
  • Creating sample lines
  • Sample line groups
  • Modifying individual sample line
  • Modifying sample line as group
  • Creating cross section
  • Working with Cross section styles
  • Working with cross section data band
  • Projecting object to cross section view
  • Modifying individual section
  • Modifying cross section as a group
  • Working with cross section labels and annotation
  • Attaching volume table to cross section views

Quantity Calculation

  • Creating quantity take off criteria
  • Computing pavement materials
  • Computing earth work
  • Computing cut/fill volume
  • Generating volume reports
  • Adding material table to the drawing

Design Reports

  • About the Reports Manager
  • To Specify Report Settings
  • To Generate a Report
  • To Generate Rehab Corridor Reports
  • To Save LandXML Report Files
  • To Edit Toolbox Content
  • Reports Command Reference

Junction Design

  • Junction design using junction design tool
  • Junction design using the connected alignment

Site Grading

  • Overview of site grading
  • Overview of feature line
  • Working with site grading wizard
  • Designing a building pad
  • Site grading using feature line

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