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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 Training Tutorial Course  

Our AutoCAD Civil 3D Training Course will help you to master this robust software, with over 15 hours of video based lessons. This building information modeling (BIM) solution for civil engineering, helps project teams deliver higher-quality transportation, land development, and environmental projects faster. Our training will help you learn to work more efficiently as you design ideas and analyze what-if scenarios to help optimize performance as your projects are built. Our  Civil 3D 2011 Training DVD, will cover topics such as model data to perform geospatial and storm water analysis, generate quantity takeoffs, and support automated machine guidance during construction. Civil 3D provides the BIM advantage and tools you need to deliver more innovative design solutions.

Our training DVD, will help you to become more productive as you create, edit and modify AutoCAD Civil 3D design objects in the 2011 application. Annotate designs, obtain information and use Civil 3D data in other applications.

Course Content Description of AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011
Getting Started With Civil 3D  
Course Overview  
Civil 3D: Overview  
The User Interface: Workspaces  
The User Interface: Overview  
The User Interface: Ribbon  
Toolspace: Overview  
Toolspace: Prospector  
Toolspace: Settings  
The Help System  
Managing Drawings  
Understanding Objects  
Settings: Drawing Settings  
Settings: Objects and Commands  
Object Styles  
Working with Styles: Switching and Deleting  
Copying Styles Between   
Label Styles: Basic Concepts  
Using Label Styles  
Label Sets and Modifying Labels  
Annotative Properties of Labels   
Getting Information about   

Drawing Templates  
Survey: Overview  
Survey Databases  
Creating a Figure Prefix Database  
Setting up Linework Code Sets  
Importing Point Files and Fieldbooks  
Editing Figures
Working with Points  
Points: Key Concepts  
Point Settings  
Creating Points in a Drawing  
Creating Description Key Sets  
Importing Points  
Displaying Imported Points  
Creating Point Groups  
Using Point Groups  
Working with Point Styles  
Editing Points  
Creating Point Tables  
Point Clouds: Overview  
Creating Point Clouds  
Displaying Point Clouds  
Working with Point Clouds  

Surfaces: Overview  
Working with Surfaces  
Adding Breaklines to Surfaces  
Adding Boundaries to Surfaces  
Editing Surfaces  
Surface Operations  
Pasting Surfaces  
Performing a Slope Analysis  
Working with Surface Styles  
Using Surface Utilities  
Labeling Surfaces: Contours  
Labeling Surfaces: Slope and Spot Elevations  
Surface Volumes   

Working with Alignments  
Alignments: Overview  
Understanding Sites  
Create Alignments from Objects  
Alignment Creation Tools  
Editing Alignments  
Creating Offset Alignments and Widenings  
Alignment Properties: Adjusting Stations  
Alignment Properties: Design Criteria  
Alignment Properties: Adding Superelevations  
Alignment Labels: General Concepts  
Alignment Labels: Adding Additional Labels  
Alignment Labels: Tags and Tables  
Adding Points to an Alignment   

Working with Profiles  
Profiles: Overview  
Working with Profile Views  
Creating Existing Ground Profiles  
Creating a Proposed Ground Profile  
Editing Profiles  
Using Profile Design Criteria  
Labeling Profiles  
Profile Tools  

Working with Assemblies and Subassemblies  
Assemblies: Overview  
Subassemblies: Overview  
Creating Assemblies  
Editing Assemblies  
Creating Subassemblies from Polylines  
Managing Assemblies and Subassemblies  
Corridors, Intersections and Roundabouts  
Corridors: Overview  
Adding a Baseline to a Corridor  
Adding a Region to a Corridor Baseline  
Intersections: Overview  
Creating an Intersection  
Finishing the Corridor  
Creating a Surface from a Corridor  
Viewing and Editing Corridor Sections  
Preparing to Create a Cul-de-Sac  
Finishing the Cul-de-Sac  
Creating a Roundabout
Sections, QTO and Mass Haul Diagrams  
Sections: Overview  
Creating Sample Lines  
Creating Section Views  
Producing Sheets of Section Views  
Creating Earthwork Quantity Reports   
Generating a Materials Quantity Report  
Mass Haul Diagrams: Overview  
Creating a Mass Haul Diagram  
Quantity Takeoff (QTO) and Pay  
Item Overview  
Assigning Pay Items and Generating a Report  
Plan Production  
Plan Production: Overview  
Creating View Frames  
Creating Plan Production Sheets   

Working with Parcels  
Parcels: Overview  
Parcel Styles  
Creating Parcels from Objects  
Creating Right-of-Way Parcels  
Parcel Creation Tools  
Editing Parcels  
Renumbering Parcels  
Labeling Parcel Areas  
Labeling Parcel Segments  
Creating Parcel Tables  
Creating Parcel Reports
Grading: Overview  
Feature Lines: Overview  
Creating Feature Lines from Objects  
Creating Feature Lines from Corridors  
Creating Feature Lines from Alignments  
Creating Feature Lines  
Editing Feature Lines  
Grading Creation Tools: Creating a Building Pad  
Grading Creation Tools: Creating a Detention Pond  
Calculating the Detention Volume of a Pond  
Grading a Parking Lot  
Creating a Final Finished Ground  
Pipe Networks: Overview  
Pipe Networks: Styles and Settings  
Creating Pipe and Structure Rules  
Creating a Parts List  
Creating a Pipe Network Using Objects  
Pipe Network Creation Tools  
Adding Pipes to a Network  
Editing a Pipe Network  
Splitting and Merging Pipe Networks  
Creating Pipe Network Profiles  
Modifying Pipe Profiles  
Labeling Pipe Networks  
Checking Pipe Interferences   

Hydra flow  
Hydra flow: Overview  
Using Hydraflow Express for Culverts  
Using Hydraflow Express for Channels  
Using Hydraflow Express for Inlets  
Using Hydraflow Express for Hydrology   
Using Hydraflow Hydrographs for Watershed Analysis  
Using Hydraflow Hydrographs for Detention Pond Design  
Using Hydraflow Storm Sewers: Overview  
Using Hydraflow Storm Sewers for Storm Sewer Analysis  
Exporting Pipe Networks to Hydraflow Storm Sewers  
Importing Pipe Networks from Hydraflow Storm Sewers  

Exchanging Data with Other Applications  
Importing Data from Land Desktop  
Working with LandXML Data  
Exporting Civil 3D Data to   AutoCAD   

Sharing Data within Civil 3D  
Sharing Data within Civil 3D: Overview  
Creating Data Shortcuts  
Using Data Shortcuts  
Labeling Through an Xref  
Using eTransmit   

Adding Rendering Materials to Corridors  
Adding Rendering Materials to Surfaces  
Adding Multiview Blocks  
Creating an Animation