Course Duration : 40 Hours
Civil 3D 2014: The Complete is designed to give you a solid understanding of Civil 3D 2014 features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced components. Every course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical Let Me Try examples.
It provides a thorough introduction to AutoCAD Civil 3D, the industry-leading engineering software used to design roads, highways, subdivisions, drainage and sewer systems, and more.
Course Progression: All lectures within this course are initially locked. This means you will not be able to access the material until you read and accept the Terms and Conditions. To unlock the lectures you must first pass the progress test from the previous lecture with a mark of 70% or more. You will have 5 attempts at each progress test. At the mid-point of the course, you will complete a Mid-Course Survey.
Your feedback is valuable to us, so that we can continuously improve our courses and your e-Training experience. Once you have completed the final progress test, a Post Course Survey will be unlocked. Completing this survey is compulsory, and once submitted an instructor will contact you, and you will be presented with a Certificate of Completion.
Requirements for Successful Completion: Competency is based on the following learning objectives: a) Viewing of all course lectures. b) Successful completion of all progress tests. c) 70% pass mark on every progress test. d) You have 5 attempts to achieve the pass mark per progress test. e) Completion and submission of the Mid-Course Survey and Post Course Survey.
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Lecture 1: Navigating the Civil 3D User Interface
Lecture 2: Leveraging a Dynamic Environment
Lecture 3: Establishing Existing Conditions Using Survey Data
Lecture 4: Modeling the Existing Terrain Using Surfaces
Lecture 5: Designing in 2D Using Alignments
Lecture 6: Displaying and Annotating Alignments
Lecture 7: Designing Vertically Using Profiles
Lecture 8: Displaying and Annotating Profiles
Lecture 9: Designing in 3D Using Corridors
Lecture 10: Creating Cross Sections of the Design
Lecture 11: Displaying and Annotating Sections
Lecture 12: Designing and Analyzing Boundaries Using Parcels
Lecture 13: Displaying and Annotating Parcels
Lecture 14: Designing Gravity Pipe Networks
Lecture 15: Designing Pressure Pipe Networks
Lecture 16: Displaying and Annotating Pipe Networks
Lecture 17: Designing New Terrain
Lecture 18: Analyzing, Displaying, and Annotating Surfaces
Lecture 19: From Design to Construction
User Requirements: You don’t need any previous experience with Civil 3D to take this course; however, it does assume a reasonable level of experience with the Windows operating system on your part. While not absolutely necessary, some experience with other CAD software is helpful.
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