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Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 : Autodesk Official Press

By: Holland, Louisa.
Contributor(s): Davenport, Cyndy | Chappell, Eric.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resource (1508 p.).ISBN: 9781118791271.Subject(s): AutoCAD civil 3D | Surveying -- Computer programs | Three-dimensional display systemsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 : Autodesk Official PressDDC classification: 624.0285536 LOC classification: TA345.5.A98 .H384 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book; What You Will Learn; What You Need; The Mastering Series; What Is Covered in This Book; How to Contact the Authors; Chapter 1: The Basics; The Interface; Civil 3D Templates; Creating Basic Lines and Curves; Creating Curves; Using Transparent Commands; The Bottom Line; Chapter 2: Survey; Setting Up the Databases; Description Keys: Field to Civil 3D; Using Inquiry Commands; The Bottom Line; Chapter 3: Points; Anatomy of a Point; Creating Basic Points; Basic Point Editing; Point Tables; User-Defined Properties; The Bottom Line; Chapter 4: Surfaces
Understanding Surface BasicsCreating Surfaces; Refining and Editing Surfaces; Surface Additions; Surface Analysis; Comparing Surfaces; Labeling the Surface; Point Cloud Surfaces; The Bottom Line; Chapter 5: Parcels; Introduction to Sites; Creating a Boundary Parcel; Creating Subdivision Lot Parcels Using Precise Sizing Tools; Editing Parcels by Deleting Parcel Segments; Best Practices for Parcel Creation; Labeling Parcel Areas; Labeling Parcel Segments; The Bottom Line; Chapter 6: Alignments; Alignment Concepts; Creating an Alignment; Editing Alignment Geometry; Alignments As Objects
The Bottom LineChapter 7: Profiles and Profile Views; The Elevation Element; Editing Profiles; Profile Views; Editing Profile Views; Profile Labels; Profile Utilities; The Bottom Line; Chapter 8: Assemblies and Subassemblies; Subassemblies; Building Assemblies; Specialized Subassemblies; Advanced Assemblies; Organizing Your Assemblies; The Bottom Line; Chapter 9: Basic Corridors; Understanding Corridors; Recognizing Corridor Components; Working with Corridor Feature Lines; Understanding Targets; Editing Sections; Creating a Corridor Surface; Performing a Volume Calculation
Building Non-Road CorridorsThe Bottom Line; Chapter 10: Advanced Corridors, Intersections, and Roundabouts; Using Multiregion Baselines; Modeling a Cul-de-Sac; Moving Up to Intersections; Using an Assembly Offset; Understanding Corridor Utilities; Using a Feature Line as a Width and Elevation Target; Tackling Roundabouts: The Mount Everest of Corridors; The Bottom Line; Chapter 11: Superelevation; Preparing for Superelevation; Applying Superelevation to the Design; Oh Yes, You Cant; Superelevation and Cant Views; The Bottom Line; Chapter 12: Cross Sections and Mass Haul; Section Workflow
Creating Section ViewsIt's a Material World; Section View Final Touches; Mass Haul; The Bottom Line; Chapter 13: Pipe Networks; Pipe Network Setup; Creating a Sanitary Sewer Network; Editing a Pipe Network; Creating an Alignment from Network Parts; Drawing Parts in Profile View; Adding Pipe Network Labels; Creating an Interference Check; Creating Pipe Tables; Under Pressure; Part Builder; Part Builder Orientation; The Bottom Line; Chapter 14: Grading; Working with Grading Feature Lines; Grading Objects; The Bottom Line; Chapter 15: Plan Production; Preparing for Plan Sets
Using View Frames and Match Lines
Summary: The complete, detailed reference and tutorial for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 AutoCAD Civil 3D is the industry-leading civil engineering software, and this authoritative Autodesk Official Press book has been completely updated to offer you the latest tips, tricks, and techniques of this dynamic engineering program. Packed with new, real-world examples and practical tutorials, this book takes advantage of the authors' extensive experience and Civil 3D expertise, which allows them to share best practices and methods for creating, editing, displaying, labeling and presenting real-world civi
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Cover; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book; What You Will Learn; What You Need; The Mastering Series; What Is Covered in This Book; How to Contact the Authors; Chapter 1: The Basics; The Interface; Civil 3D Templates; Creating Basic Lines and Curves; Creating Curves; Using Transparent Commands; The Bottom Line; Chapter 2: Survey; Setting Up the Databases; Description Keys: Field to Civil 3D; Using Inquiry Commands; The Bottom Line; Chapter 3: Points; Anatomy of a Point; Creating Basic Points; Basic Point Editing; Point Tables; User-Defined Properties; The Bottom Line; Chapter 4: Surfaces

Understanding Surface BasicsCreating Surfaces; Refining and Editing Surfaces; Surface Additions; Surface Analysis; Comparing Surfaces; Labeling the Surface; Point Cloud Surfaces; The Bottom Line; Chapter 5: Parcels; Introduction to Sites; Creating a Boundary Parcel; Creating Subdivision Lot Parcels Using Precise Sizing Tools; Editing Parcels by Deleting Parcel Segments; Best Practices for Parcel Creation; Labeling Parcel Areas; Labeling Parcel Segments; The Bottom Line; Chapter 6: Alignments; Alignment Concepts; Creating an Alignment; Editing Alignment Geometry; Alignments As Objects

The Bottom LineChapter 7: Profiles and Profile Views; The Elevation Element; Editing Profiles; Profile Views; Editing Profile Views; Profile Labels; Profile Utilities; The Bottom Line; Chapter 8: Assemblies and Subassemblies; Subassemblies; Building Assemblies; Specialized Subassemblies; Advanced Assemblies; Organizing Your Assemblies; The Bottom Line; Chapter 9: Basic Corridors; Understanding Corridors; Recognizing Corridor Components; Working with Corridor Feature Lines; Understanding Targets; Editing Sections; Creating a Corridor Surface; Performing a Volume Calculation

Building Non-Road CorridorsThe Bottom Line; Chapter 10: Advanced Corridors, Intersections, and Roundabouts; Using Multiregion Baselines; Modeling a Cul-de-Sac; Moving Up to Intersections; Using an Assembly Offset; Understanding Corridor Utilities; Using a Feature Line as a Width and Elevation Target; Tackling Roundabouts: The Mount Everest of Corridors; The Bottom Line; Chapter 11: Superelevation; Preparing for Superelevation; Applying Superelevation to the Design; Oh Yes, You Cant; Superelevation and Cant Views; The Bottom Line; Chapter 12: Cross Sections and Mass Haul; Section Workflow

Creating Section ViewsIt's a Material World; Section View Final Touches; Mass Haul; The Bottom Line; Chapter 13: Pipe Networks; Pipe Network Setup; Creating a Sanitary Sewer Network; Editing a Pipe Network; Creating an Alignment from Network Parts; Drawing Parts in Profile View; Adding Pipe Network Labels; Creating an Interference Check; Creating Pipe Tables; Under Pressure; Part Builder; Part Builder Orientation; The Bottom Line; Chapter 14: Grading; Working with Grading Feature Lines; Grading Objects; The Bottom Line; Chapter 15: Plan Production; Preparing for Plan Sets

Using View Frames and Match Lines

The complete, detailed reference and tutorial for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 AutoCAD Civil 3D is the industry-leading civil engineering software, and this authoritative Autodesk Official Press book has been completely updated to offer you the latest tips, tricks, and techniques of this dynamic engineering program. Packed with new, real-world examples and practical tutorials, this book takes advantage of the authors' extensive experience and Civil 3D expertise, which allows them to share best practices and methods for creating, editing, displaying, labeling and presenting real-world civi

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<p> Louisa Holland is a civil engineer who has been training Civil 3D users since 2006. She has worked extensively with the WisDOT, Caltrans, and various consultants on Civil 3D implementations. Louisa is an Autodesk Approved Instructor (AAI), an AutoCAD Civil 3D Certified Professional, and a regular speaker at Autodesk University (AU), AUGI, and other industry events. Cyndy Davenport has 27 years of experience in the land development industry and multiple Civil 3D certifications. She speaks regularly at AU and blogs at c3dcougar.typepad.com. Eric Chappell, EIT, is a Civil 3D consultant and award-winning trainer with more than 20 years of experience in the civil engineering field. He is the author of Civil 3D 2014 Essentials, a developer of Autodesk certification materials, a highly rated AU speaker, and an Autodesk Certified Instructor. He blogs at ericchappell.blogspot.com.</p>

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