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Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015: Autodesk Official Press
Год: 2014
Автор: Cyndy Davenport, Ishka Voiculescu
Издательство: Wiley
ISBN: 978-1-118-86209-4
Язык: Английский
Формат: EPUB
Качество: Изначально компьютерное (eBook)
Количество страниц: 1128
Описание: The most complete resource for learning AutoCAD Civil 3D
Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D is the ultimate guide to the new standard in civil engineering software. With combined experience in both civil engineering and Autodesk Civil 3D, authors Cyndy Davenport and Ishka Voiculescu guide you through the ins and outs of the program, from the fundamentals to the little-known tricks that make a big difference. The book focuses on real-world applications in professional environments, and presents topics and ideas not found anywhere else. Lessons begin simply, with an overview of the software and interface, and then gradually progress to more complex topics.
AutoCAD Civil 3D is the standard software for civil engineering and design. From surveying and mapping, to design, to documentation and analysis, the program offers expanded capabilities and complementary workflows, allowing easy integration with InfraWorks, Revit Structure, and more. The ability to complete a project within a single suite means increased productivity and continuity, which translates into quicker turnaround, better-designed structures, and streamlined project management. The savvy civil engineering professional must be well versed in the program's full functionality as it expands throughout government agencies and private companies. This book features in-depth coverage of topics including:
Surveying, points, and alignments
Profiles, corridors, and grading
LandXML and LDT project transfer
Visualization, sheets, and project management
The book also features downloadable datasets that enable you to access the lessons most relevant to your needs, and includes an objectives map to help you prepare for the Civil 3D certification exam. For the civil engineering professional hoping to remain relevant in a changing industry, Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D is the ultimate resource.
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Оглавление
Introduction xxiii
Chapter 1 • The Basics 1
The Interface 1
Toolspace 7
Panorama 35
Contextual Ribbon Tab 36
Civil 3D Templates 37
Starting New Projects 38
Importing Styles 41
Command Settings 44
Creating Lines 46
COGO Line Commands 46
Direction-Based Line Commands 49
Re-creating a Deed Using Line Tools 54
Creating Curves 55
Standard Curves 56
Best Fit Entities 62
Attach Multiple Entities 64
Adding Line and Curve Labels 65
Using Transparent Commands 66
Standard Transparent Commands 67
Matching Transparent Commands 68
The Bottom Line 69
Chapter 2 • Survey 71
Setting Up the Databases 71
Survey Database Defaults 72
The Equipment Database 75
The Figure Prefi x Database 76
The Linework Code Set Database 78
Configuring Description Keys for Point Import 79
Creating a Description Key Set 82
Creating Description Keys 82
Activating a Description Key Set 86
Understanding the Survey Database 87
Working with Survey Networks 95
Other Methods of Manipulating Survey Data 103
Other Survey Features 106
The Astronomic Direction Calculator 106
The Geodetic Calculator 106
The Mapcheck Report 107
The Coordinate Geometry Editor 108
Using Inquiry Commands 112
The Bottom Line 115
Chapter 3 • Points 117
Anatomy of a Point 117
COGO Points vs Survey Points 118
Creating Basic Points 119
Point Settings 119
Importing Points from a Text File 123
Converting Points from Non-Civil 3D Sources 127
A Closer Look at the Create Points Toolbar 131
Basic Point Editing 139
Graphic Point Edits 139
Panorama and Prospector Point Edits 140
Point Groups: Don’t Skip This Section! 141
Changing Point Elevations 147
Point Tables 148
User-Defined Properties 149
The Bottom Line 153
Chapter 4 • Surfaces 155
Understanding Surface Basics 155
Creating Surfaces 157
Creating a Surface with Point Groups 159
Adding Breaklines 160
Adding Boundaries 164
Additional Surface Creation Methods 172
Surface from LandXML Files 172
Surface from DEM Files 175
Surface from GIS Data 179
Surfaces from Polylines 182
Refining and Editing Surfaces 186
Surface Properties 186
Manual Surface Edits 192
Surface Analysis 201
Elevation Banding 201
Slopes and Slope Arrows 206
Visibility Checker 208
Comparing Surfaces 209
TIN Volume Surface 210
Labeling the Surface 214
Contour Labeling 214
Additional Surface Label Types 217
Point Cloud Surfaces 220
Importing a Point Cloud 220
Working with Point Clouds 223
Creating a Point Cloud Surface 224
The Bottom Line 226
Chapter 5 • Parcels 227
Introduction to Sites 227
Think outside of the Lot 227
Creating a New Site 232
Creating a Boundary Parcel 234
Using Parcel Creation Tools 236
Creating a Right-of-Way Parcel 240
Adding a Cul-de-Sac Parcel 242
Creating Subdivision Lot Parcels Using Precise Sizing Tools 245
Attached Parcel Segments 245
Parcel Sizing Settings 246
Parcel Sizing Tools 248
Editing Parcels by Deleting Parcel Segments 258
Best Practices for Parcel Creation 260
Forming Parcels from Segments 260
Parcels Reacting to Site Objects 261
Constructing Parcel Segments with the Appropriate Vertices 266
Labeling Parcel Areas 268
Labeling Parcel Segments 272
Labeling Multiple-Parcel Segments 272
Labeling Spanning Segments 275
Adding Curve Tags to Prepare for Table Creation 276
Creating a Table for Parcel Segments 278
The Bottom Line 280
Chapter 6 • Alignments 281
Alignment Concepts 281
Alignments and Sites 281
Alignment Entities 282
Creating an Alignment 283
Creating from a Line, Arc, or Polyline 284
Creating by Layout 291
Best Fit Alignments 296
Reverse and Compound Curve Creation 302
Creating with Design Constraints and Check Sets 304
Editing Alignment Geometry 308
Grip Editing 309
Tabular Design310
Component-Level Editing 311
Understanding Alignment Constraints 313
Changing Alignment Components 317
Alignments as Objects 318
Alignment Properties 318
The Right Station 322
Assigning Design Speeds 325
Labeling Alignments 327
Alignment Tables 331
The Bottom Line 335
Chapter 7 • Profiles and Profile Views 337
The Elevation Element 337
Surface Sampling 338
Layout Profiles 347
The Best Fit Profile 360
Creating a Profile from a File 361
Editing Profiles 362
Grip-Editing Profiles 362
Editing Profiles Using Profile Layout Parameters 363
Editing Profiles Using Profile Grid View 365
Component-Level Editing 367
Other Profile Edits 368
Profile Views 372
Creating Profile Views during Sampling 372
Creating Profile Views Manually 372
Splitting Views 373
Editing Profile Views 383
Profile View Properties 383
Profile View Labeling Styles 396
Profile Labels 398
Applying Labels 398
Using Profile Label Sets 401
Profile Utilities 402
Superimposing Profiles 402
Projecting Objects in Profile View 403
Creating a Quick Profile 406
The Bottom Line 407
Chapter 8 • Assemblies and Subassemblies 409
Subassemblies 409
The Tool Palettes 409
The Corridor Modeling Catalogs 411
Adding Subassemblies to a Tool Palette 411
Building Assemblies 412
Creating a Typical Road Assembly 413
Subassembly Components 422
Jumping into Help 423
Commonly Used Subassemblies 425
Editing an Assembly 428
Creating Assemblies for Non-road Uses 432
Specialized Subassemblies 437
Using Generic Links 438
Daylighting with Generic Links 441
Working with Daylight Subassemblies 442
Advanced Assemblies 448
Offset Assemblies 448
Marked Points Used with Partner Subassemblies 449
Organizing Your Assemblies 451
Storing a Customized Subassembly on a Tool Palette 451
Storing a Completed Assembly on a Tool Palette 452
The Bottom Line 453
Chapter 9 • Basic Corridors 455
Understanding Corridors 455
Recognizing Corridor Components 457
Baseline 457
Region 457
Assembly 457
Frequency 457
Target 458
Corridor Feature Lines 458
Rebuilding Your Corridor 466
Tweaking Corridors 467
Working with Corridor Feature Lines 470
Understanding Targets 477
Using Target Alignments and Profi les 477
Editing Sections 483
Creating a Corridor Surface 487
The Corridor Surface 487
Corridor Surface Creation Fundamentals 488
Adding a Surface Boundary 491
Performing a Volume Calculation 498
Building Non-Road Corridors 499
The Bottom Line 503
Chapter 10 • Advanced Corridors, Intersections, and Roundabouts 505
Using Multiregion Baselines 505
Modeling a Cul-de-Sac 508
Using Multiple Baselines 509
Establishing EOP Design Profiles 510
Putting the Pieces Together 512
Troubleshooting Your Cul-de-Sac 515
Moving Up to Intersections 518
Using the Intersection Wizard 520
Creating Intersections Manually 531
Troubleshooting Your Intersection 538
Finishing Off Your Corridor 540
Using an Assembly Offset 543
Understanding Corridor Utilities 551
Using Corridor Utilities in Practice 552
Using a Feature Line as a Width and Elevation Target 554
Tackling Roundabouts: the Mount Everest of Corridors 560
Drainage First 561
Roundabout Alignments 561
Center Design 569
Profiles for All 570
Tie It All Together 572
Finishing Touches 572
The Bottom Line 576
Chapter 11 • Superelevation 577
Preparing for Superelevation 577
Critical Stations 577
Design Criteria Files 579
Ready Your Alignment 583
Super Assemblies 583
Applying Superelevation to the Design 589
Start with the Alignment 589
Transition Station Overlap 591
Calculating Cants for Rail 596
Preparing for Cants 596
Creating a Rail Assembly 597
Applying Cant to the Alignment 599
Superelevation and Cant Views 600
Using a Superelevation View to Edit Data 602
The Bottom Line 604
Chapter 12 • Cross Sections and Mass Haul 605
Section Workflow 605
Comparing Sample Lines and Frequency Lines 605
Creating Sample Lines 606
Editing the Swath Width of a Sample Line Group 610
Creating Section Views 613
Creating a Single-Section View 614
Creating Multiple Section Views 618
Section Views and Annotation Scale 621
Calculating and Reporting Volumes 625
Computing Materials 625
Creating a Volume Table in the Drawing 627
Adding Soil Factors to a Materials List 628
Generating a Volume Report 630
Adding Section View Final Touches 631
Adding Data with Sample More Sources 631
Adding Cross-Section Labels 632
Using Mass Haul Diagrams 635
Taking a Closer Look at the Mass Haul Diagram 635
Create a Mass Haul Diagram 636
Editing a Mass Haul Diagram 638
The Bottom Line 639
Chapter 13 • Pipe Networks 641
Setting Up a Pipe Network 641
Understanding Parts List—Waste Water Systems 642
Planning a Typical Pipe Network 643
Using Part Rules 645
Putting Your Parts List Together 652
Creating a Waste Water Network 656
Establishing Pipe Network Parameters 657
Using the Network Layout Creation Tools 658
Creating a Storm Drainage Pipe Network from a Feature Line 667
Editing a Pipe Network 669
Changing Flow Direction 670
Editing Your Network in Plan View 671
Using the Pipe Network Vista Effectively 673
Editing Using the Pipe Networks Contextual Tab 674
Editing with the Network Layout Tools Toolbar 679
Creating an Alignment from Network Parts 682
Drawing Parts in Profile View 684
Editing Pipe Networks in Profile View Using Grips 685
Removing a Part from Profi le View 687
Showing Pipes That Cross the Profile View 688
Adding Pipe Network Labels 690
Creating a Labeled Pipe Network Profile with Crossings 691
Using Pipe and Structure Labels 694
Creating an Interference Check 694
Creating Pipe Tables 697
Exploring the Table Creation Dialog 698
The Table Panel Tools 701
Setting and Using a Pressure Pipes Network 702
Pressure Network Parts List 702
Creating a Pressure Network 707
Using Design Checks 717
Understanding Part Builder 719
Part Builder Orientation 721
Understanding the Organization of Part Builder 721
Exploring Part Families 723
Adding a Part Size Using Part Builder 724
Sharing a Custom Part 728
Adding an Arch Pipe to Your Part Catalog 728
The Bottom Line 729
Chapter 14 • Grading 731
Working with Grading Feature Lines 731
Accessing Grading Feature Line Tools 731
Creating Grading Feature Lines 733
Editing Feature Line Information 738
Labeling Feature Lines 763
Grading Objects 765
Creating Gradings 765
Using Gradings for Interim Surfaces 772
Finishing Touches 774
The Bottom Line 779
Chapter 15 • Plan Production 781
Preparing for Plan Sets 781
Prerequisite Components 781
Using View Frames and Match Lines 782
The Create View Frames Wizard 783
Creating View Frames 791
Editing View Frames and Match Lines 794
Creating Plan and Profi le Sheets 797
The Create Sheets Wizard 797
Managing Sheets 804
Creating Section Sheets 809
Creating Multiple Section Views 809
Creating Section Sheets 814
Drawing Templates 815
The Bottom Line 818
Chapter 16 • Advanced Workflows 821
Data Shortcuts 821
Getting Started 823
Setting a Working Folder and Data Shortcut Folder 823
Creating Data Shortcuts 826
Creating a Data Reference 828
Updating References 835
Sharing Data with a Non-Civil 3D World 844
Delivering DWG Formats 844
Using LandXML 846
The Bottom Line 849
Chapter 17 • Quantity Takeoff 851
Employing Pay Item Files 851
Pay Item Favorites 852
Searching for Pay Items 855
Keeping Tabs on the Model 859
AutoCAD Objects as Pay Items 860
Pricing Your Corridor 862
Pipes and Structures as Pay Items 867
Highlighting Pay Items 873
Inventorying Your Pay Items 875
The Bottom Line 878
Chapter 18 • Label Styles 879
Label Styles 879
General Labels 879
Frequently Seen Tabs 880
General Note Labels 895
Point Label Styles 898
Line and Curve Labels 902
Single Segment Labels 902
Spanning Segment Labels 903
Curve Labels 905
Pipe and Structure Labels 907
Pipe Labels 907
Structure Labels 909
Profi le and Alignment Labels 913
Label Sets 913
Alignment Labels 915
Advanced Style Types 931
Table Styles 932
Code Set Styles 934
The Bottom Line 944
Chapter 19 • Object Styles 947
Getting Started with Object Styles 947
Frequently Seen Tabs 950
General Settings 952
Point and Marker Object Styles 954
Creating Linear Object Styles 958
Alignment Styles 960
Parcel Styles 962
Feature Line Styles 963
Creating Surface Styles 963
Contour Styles 964
Triangles and Points Surface Styles 968
Analysis Styles 71
Creating Pipe and Structure Styles 975
Pipe Styles 975
Structure Styles 983
Creating Profile View Styles 987
Profile View Bands 994
Creating Section View Styles 998
Group Plot Styles 999
The Bottom Line 1004
Appendix A •The Bottom Line 1005
Chapter 1: The Basics 1005
Chapter 2: Survey 1007
Chapter 3: Points 1010
Chapter 4: Surfaces 1013
Chapter 5: Parcels 1016
Chapter 6: Alignments 1019
Chapter 7: Profiles and Profile Views 1023
Chapter 8: Assemblies and Subassemblies 1026
Chapter 9: Basic Corridors 1027
Chapter 10: Advanced Corridors, Intersections, and Roundabouts 1030
Chapter 11: Superelevation 1032
Chapter 12: Cross Sections and Mass Haul 1034
Chapter 13: Pipe Networks 1036
Chapter 14: Grading 1039
Chapter 15: Plan Production 1041
Chapter 16: Advanced Workflows 1045
Chapter 17: Quantity Takeoff 1046
Chapter 18: Label Styles 1048
Chapter 19: Object Styles 1051
Appendix B • Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 Certification 1055
Index 1059
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