Civil 3D Bundle Bundles

Civil 3D Bundle
The Civil 3D training materials bundle includes all of the materials needed to improve your existing skills in the industry standardsoftware related to AutoCAD Civil 3D. The bundle includes courseware for Civil 3D Introduction, Civil 3D Advanced, AutoCAD Map, Navisworks and Raster Design.
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Civil 3D Level ICivil 3D Level IIAutoCAD MapNavisworksRaster Design
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The Civil 3D training materials bundle includes all of the materials needed to improve your existing skills in the industry standardsoftware related to AutoCAD Civil 3D. The bundle includes courseware for Civil 3D 2017 Introduction, Civil 3D 2017 Advanced, AutoCAD Map 2017, Navisworks 2017 and Raster Design 2017.

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Civil 3D Level I

Overview
Includes a 227-page online manual, 57 exercises and 21 instructional videos. This online training manual is recommended for drafters, designers, surveyors and engineers that are new to Civil 3D and those coming from Land Development Desktop. Learn the Civil 3D environment including style based objects, design constraints and defaults, and reactive dynamic design. Step-by-step exercises will demonstrate how to manipulate and understand the Civil 3D dynamic design objects for better control, faster design iterations, and a more accurate model. Learn to work effectively in Civil 3D across multiple drawings in a team project environment. Included in each chapter are project exercises and a “How Do I” section that contains frequently asked Civil 3D questions. Recommended prerequisites: AutoCAD Level I & II and familiarity with the surveying and civil engineering disciplines.

Topics
Project Management, Toolspace, Styles, Data Shortcuts, Points, Sites, Parcels, Terrain Modeling, Labeling, Surface Creation, Introduction to Alignment and Profile Design, Basic Corridor Modeling, Cross Sections, Fundamental Grading, and Simple Volume Calculations. Topics not covered in this manual include: AutoCAD Level I and II, Map 3D and Land Desktop.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Sharing Project Data
3. Points
4. Surfaces
5. COGO
6. Parcels
7. Alignments
8. Profiles
9. Corridors
10. Sections
11. Grading
12. Labels
13. Videos


Civil 3D Level II

Overview
Includes a 188-page online manual, 62 exercises and 21 instructional videos. This online training manual is recommended for drafters, designers, surveyors and engineers that have Civil 3D experience and/or have already taken the introduction course. Learn about advanced Civil 3D topics such as superelevation and pipe networks, and in depth functionality of alignments, profiles, corridors, and grading. Recommended prerequisites: AutoCAD Level I & II, and Civil 3D Level I. Familiarity with civil engineering discipline.

Topics
Project Management, understanding and manipulating styles, smart labeling, sites, advanced alignment creation, editing and labeling tools. Advanced Profile creation, labeling and editing tools, profile design, various profile views, superimposed profiles and sheet creation tools. Corridor assemblies and subassemblies, corridor creation, corridor surfaces, vertical and horizontal transitioning, intersection tools, volume computations, advanced section creation, labeling and editing. Grading tools including feature lines, daylighting, proposed surface creation, volume computation, and volume balancing techniques. Pipe design tools including calculations, drafting in plan and profile, and labeling. Also covered will be methods and theory of working effectively with and between Land Desktop and Civil Design.

Table of Contents

1. Alignments
2. Profiles
3. Plan Production Tools
4. Assemblies
5. Corridors
6. Intersection Tool
7. Section Materials & Volumes
8. Quantity Takeoff
9. Mass Haul Diagrams
10. Grading
11. Pipe Networks
12. Hydraflow Extensions
13. Videos


AutoCAD Map

Overview
Includes a 148-page online manual, 26 exercises. This course is recommended for anyone who uses external databases, GIS, or facilities management information in conjunction with maps. Course emphasizes tools for linking and querying data in a graphical environment. AutoCAD (drafting) functionality will not be included in this course; please see AutoCAD classes for topics not relating to geographic data analysis. Recommended prerequisites: AutoCAD AutoCAD Level 1 and 2.

Topics
Data query, analysis and editing, modification of entities from several drawings during one work session, database linking, viewing of MS Access and Dbase files through the project workspace, topology creation and editing, topology analysis, thematic mapping, boundary trimming, data exchange with other mapping products.

Table of Contents

1. Overview
2. Workspaces
3. Project Task Pane
4. Work Sessions
5. Queries
6. Linking Spatial and Tabular Data
7. Dynamic Annotation
8. Feature Classification
9. Drawing Cleanup
10. Topologies - General Discussion
11. Node Topologies
12. Network Topologies
13. Polygon Topologies
14. Topology Administration and Queries
15. Thematic Mapping
16. Display Manager
17. Working with Feature Data Objects (FDO)
18. Map Book
19. Coordinate System Conversions
20. Import/Export Data
21. Raster Imaging Commands
22. Boundary Trim, Transform, and Rubber Sheet

Navisworks

Overview
Includes a 57-page online manual and four instructional videos. Autodesk Navisworks software for Building Information Modeling (BIM) can help architecture, engineering, and construction professionals improve control over project outcomes by enabling 3D models and multiformat data to be integrated and shared for review between all project stakeholders.
This online training manual will introduce the key components of the program. It covers the Navisworks interface, working with Navisworks file types, navigation tools, sectioning, selecting tools, modifying objects, measuring objects, the TimeLiner and Clash Detective. The TimeLiner comes with both Simulate and Manage, while the Clash Detective is only a part of Manage. Recommended prerequisites: None.

Topics
Introduction to Navisworks Freedom, Simulate & Manage, Interface, Important Options, File Types (NWD, NWC & NWF) and Managing Files, Navigation Tools, Sectioning, Selecting Objects, Modifying Objects, Measurement, Redlines and Comments, TimeLiner, Clash Detective (Manage). This manual will not cover the Scripter, Animator or Presenter.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Interface
3. Options
4. File Management
5. Navigation Tools
6. Selection
7. Object Manipulation and Measurement
8. Redlines and Comments
9. TimeLiner
10. Clash Detective
11. Videos


Raster Design

Overview
Includes a 29-page online manual and four instructional videos. This training manual focuses on the tools for overlaying, editing, and plotting raster images in combination with vector information from AutoCAD. Raster Design provides raster display, image enhancement, and plotting capabilities for satellite imagery, scanned aerial photographs, or color TIFF images within AutoCAD. Overlay photographic images behind maps, plan and profile sheets, and other construction documents for site feasibility studies, GIS, presentation drawings, and more. Raster Design also allows editing of raster images. “Heads-up” digitizing improves speed and accuracy. Scanned drawings may be converted completely to AutoCAD files or partially revised and plotted as hybrid raster/vector drawings. Learn editing tools to locate, draw, erase, and change raster as easily as vector.
Recommended prerequisites:
AutoCAD Level I and II.

Topics
Learn editing tools to locate, erase, and change raster as easily as vector. Rubbersheeting tools facilitate more exact georeferencing. Overlay photographic images behind maps, plan and profile sheets, and other construction documents for site feasibility studies, presentation drawings, GIS, and more. Use the Palette Manager to change the colors of the image like layers in an AutoCAD drawing. "Heads-up" digitizing improves speed and accuracy. Line following routines can be used for automated conversion of contour data. Text recognition routines convert raster text to AutoCAD text objects. Scanned drawings may be converted completely to AutoCAD vectors or partially revised and plotted as hybrid raster/vector drawings.

Table of Contents

1. About Raster and Vector
2. Raster Design File Management
3. Inserting and Managing Images
4. Manipulating the Image
5. Tracing Vector Entities Over Raster Imagers
6. Editing Raster Images
7. Saving Raster and Vector Files
8. Plotting
9. Automatic Line Following
10. Videos

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