Thursday, December 20, 2018

Civil 3D Fundamentals Course

Civil 3D software is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution for civil engineering design and documentation. AutoCAD Civil 3D helps civil engineering professionals working on transportation, land development, and water projects stay coordinated and more easily and efficiently explore design options, analyze project performance, and deliver consistent, higher quality documentation all within a familiar AutoCAD environment. Perform geospatial analysis and extend Civil 3D model data for storm water analysis and interactive.




DESCRIPTION

Civil 3D software is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution for civil engineering design and documentation. AutoCAD Civil 3D helps civil engineering professionals working on transportation, land development, and water projects stay coordinated and more easily and efficiently explore design options, analyze project performance, and deliver consistent, higher quality documentation all within a familiar AutoCAD environment. Perform geospatial analysis and extend Civil 3D model data for storm water analysis and interactive.



OBJECTIVES:

The students will be armed with the background and knowledge to apply AutoCAD Civil 3D. Students will learn how to create, edit and modify Civil 3D design objects, add annotation, obtain information, import/export and use Civil 3D data in other applications.


TRAINING STRUCTURE:
  •    Civil 3D Professional  9 class x 4 hours = 36 hours
Requirements
  •     Civil 3D installed on your computer.


Course Contents

Understanding the AutoCAD Civil 3D Environment
 The Prospector & Settings Tabs.
 The Ribbon and Application menu.
 Object and Label Styles.
 Modify Drawing Settings, Viewport Scaling, and Text Size.
 Using Templates and Parameters.
Introduction to Points
 Import and Export Format.
 Create Points.
 Points operations.
 Manage Points.
 Use Grips to Control Graphical Point Display.
 Create a Point Table.
Surfaces
 Types of Surface Creation.
 Modify the Surface Properties.
 Edit a Surface.
 Assign a Contour Style and Apply Surface Labels.
Alignments
 Create a Horizontal Alignment Using the Alignment Layout Tools.
 Alignment Offsets and Widening.
 Edit and Annotate Alignments.
Existing and Design Profiles
 Create a Profile Using an Existing Terrain Surface.
 Create a Design Profile Using Layout Tools.
 Edit Profile Geometry.
 Use Labels and Label Styles for Profiles and Profile Views.
Roadway Plan Production
 Working with the Plan Production Tools – Overview.
 Creating View Frames.
 Creating Plan Production Sheets.
Corridors
 Create an Assembly and Modify Assembly Properties.
 Create a Simple Corridor.
 Modify the Corridor Properties.
 Create a Corridor Surface.
Cross Sections
 Create and edit sample lines.
 Modify the sample line group properties and add additional section data.
 Create section views from sample lines.
 Edit section views Style.
 Create multiple section views.
Intersections
 Intersection Wizard.
 Dynamic Offset Alignments and Profiles.
 Dynamic Curb Return Alignments and Profiles.
 Add to an existing Corridor


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Our Team

  • Hussien HafezAerospace Engineer
  • Mina MagedAerospace Engineer
  • Mohamed AliAerospace Engineer
  • Abdellatif RashedElectrical Engineer
  • Mostafa HamodaAerospace Engineer
  • Moaz El SweifyAerospace Engineer