Introduction to Autodesk Civil 3D software. Students will create and manage drawings; edit & create styles and settings; create, import, analyze, manipulate points; import and edit electronic data collection files; create point groups; create description keys; draw lines and curves; label points, lines and curves; subdivide land; create, edit and analyze terrain models; generate volumes between terrain models; create horizontal alignments; create existing and design profiles; create and use assemblies for corridor design.
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Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Create and manage Civil 3D drawings and projects.
Create and manage Civil 3D object styles and object label styles.
Import and export point files.
Create, manage, edit and label points.
Create description keys to extract and label point attribute data.
Recognize similar point attributes points and create point groups.
Create, modify and analyze surfaces.
Create volume surfaces.
Determine the volume between two surfaces.
Subdivide parcels using a variety of methods.
Create horizontal and vertical alignments.
Create road design assemblies (templates).
Create corridors and corridor surface models.
Effective as of Fall 2011
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