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Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016 : Autodesk Official Press

By: Davenport, Cyndy.
Contributor(s): Voiculescu, Ishka.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource (1336 p.).ISBN: 9781119059738.Subject(s): AutoCAD Civil 3D | Civil engineering -- Computer programs | Surveying -- Computer programs | Three-dimensional display systemsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016 : Autodesk Official PressDDC classification: 620.00420285536 LOC classification: TA345.5.A98 -- .D384 2015ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Title Page -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- 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 Lines -- Creating Curves -- Using Transparent Commands -- The Bottom Line -- Chapter 2: Survey -- Setting Up the Databases -- Configuring Description Keys for Point Import -- Understanding the Survey Database -- Other Survey Features
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 Basics -- Creating Surfaces -- Additional Surface Creation Methods -- Refining and Editing Surfaces -- 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 Line -- Chapter 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 -- Understanding Targets -- Editing Sections -- Creating a Corridor Surface -- Performing a Volume Calculation -- Building Nonroad Corridors -- The 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 -- Calculating Cants for Rail -- Superelevation and Cant Views -- The Bottom Line -- Chapter 12: Cross Sections and Mass Haul -- Section Workflow -- Creating Section Views -- Calculating and Reporting Volumes -- Adding Section View Final Touches -- Using Mass Haul Diagrams -- The Bottom Line -- Chapter 13: Pipe Networks -- Setting Up a Pipe Network -- Creating a Waste Water Network -- Editing a Pipe Network
Creating an Alignment from Network Parts
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Title Page -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- 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 Lines -- Creating Curves -- Using Transparent Commands -- The Bottom Line -- Chapter 2: Survey -- Setting Up the Databases -- Configuring Description Keys for Point Import -- Understanding the Survey Database -- Other Survey Features

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 Basics -- Creating Surfaces -- Additional Surface Creation Methods -- Refining and Editing Surfaces -- 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 Line -- Chapter 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 -- Understanding Targets -- Editing Sections -- Creating a Corridor Surface -- Performing a Volume Calculation -- Building Nonroad Corridors -- The 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 -- Calculating Cants for Rail -- Superelevation and Cant Views -- The Bottom Line -- Chapter 12: Cross Sections and Mass Haul -- Section Workflow -- Creating Section Views -- Calculating and Reporting Volumes -- Adding Section View Final Touches -- Using Mass Haul Diagrams -- The Bottom Line -- Chapter 13: Pipe Networks -- Setting Up a Pipe Network -- Creating a Waste Water Network -- Editing a Pipe Network

Creating an Alignment from Network Parts

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<p> Cyndy Davenport has been working in the land development industry for 28 years. A veteran of design technology management, implementation, training, and support, she has earned numerous certifications in various Autodesk products over the years. Cyndy has spoken several times at Autodesk University and blogs occasionally at c3dcougar.typepad.com. Ishka Voiculescu is an engineer with the City of Austin Public Works. He has extensive experience using Autodesk Suite products for planning, design, and visualization. Ishka belongs to various engineering groups, is active both in the social networks and community forums, and blogs at civildigest.com.</p>

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