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Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010

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ISBN-10: 0470481528

ISBN-13: 9780470481523

Edition: 2009

Authors: James Wedding, Rick Graham

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The expert authors developed this practical reference to help readers learn Civil 3D basics easily and efficiently. Their straightforward explanations and realistic exercises focus squarely on accomplishing vital tasks. The authors' extensive real-world experience and Civil 3D expertise allows them to focus on how the software is used in real-world professional environments.Introducing Civil 3D begins with an overview of key concepts and the software's interface. It then discusses styles and tools so readers understand the basics of building. The book then features in-depth, detailed coverage of lines and arcs, points, surveying, parcels, surfaces, alignments, profiles, corridors, grading,…    
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Book details

List price: $59.99
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/3/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Welcome to the Civil 3D Environment
The Civil 3D Interface
General Tools
Interrogating the Model
Reporting on the Model
Tool Palettes and Catalogs
Lines and Curves
Drawing Deeds with Lines and Curves
Creating Property Lines Using the Line Creation Tools
Creating Property Curves Using the Curve Creation Tools
Creating Property Lines Using Transparent Commands
Creating a Property Line by Best Fit
Labeling Property Lines and Curves
Making a Segment Table
Establishing Survey Settings
Importing Survey Data via the Wizard
Refining Survey Data
Working with Ground Points
Setting Points for Stakeout
Converting a Boundary to a Parcel
Creating Internal Boundary Segments
Creating Lots at the End of a Cul-de-Sac
Creating Evenly Sized Subdivision Lots
Renumbering Parcels
Labeling Parcel Segments
Analyzing Parcels with an Area Table
Working Through the Plan
Surface Building Blocks
Refining and Editing Surface Data
Displaying and Labelling Surfaces
Analyzing Surfaces
Creating Alignments
Editing Alignments
Labeling Alignments
Profiles and Profile Views
Creating and Editing Profiles
Displaying and Labeling Profiles and Profile Views
Superimposing Profiles
Assemblies and Corridors
Importing a Standard Assembly
Customizing Lane Width in a Standard Assembly
Building a Road Corridor from an Alignment, a Profile, and an Assembly
Viewing Corridor Sections
Building a Finished Ground Surface from a Corridor
Observing the Dynamic Reaction of the Corridor Model
Sampling Section Data along an Alignment
Creating a Section View
Labeling Pipe Crossings in a Section View
Creating Multiple Section Views
Analyzing Construction Materials by Section
Working with Feature Lines
Working with Grading Groups
Working with Composite Surfaces
Creating a Sanitary Sewer Pipe Network
Drawing a Sanitary Sewer Network in Profile View
Creating an Alignment from Storm Drainage Network Parts
Labeling a Pipe Network in Profile View
Showing Pipe Crossings in Profile View
Creating a Dynamic Pipe Table
Editing a Pipe Network
What Are Data Shortcuts?
Publishing Data Shortcut Files
Using Data Shortcuts
Appendix More Exercises for Exploring AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010