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Civil 3D Intermediate: CorridorsMay 20 @ 8:30 am - May 22 @ 12:30 pm HST
Students will learn:
- Creating Corridors from featurelines
- Widenings for corridor width and elevation targets
- Using multiregional baselines and combining multiple corridors
- Using corridor utilities
- Modeling and troubleshooting cul-de-sacs
- Creating and troubleshooting intersections
- Understanding Assembly Offsets
- Corner cleanup for corridors
- Getting corridors to hatch plan sheets automatically
- Creating and troubleshooting roundabouts, drainage and center design
- Sections & QTO (section workflow, sample vs frequency lines, creating sample lines, creating section views, calculating and reporting volumes, adding section view final touches, using mass haul diagrams)
- Superelevation (preparing your superelevation, understanding critical stations, designing criteria files, alignments, super assemblies, applying superelevations to the design, transition station overlap, superelevation views/graph/profiles, using a superelevation view to edit data)
- Rail (calculating cants for rail, preparing cants, creating rail assembly, applying cant to the alignment, cant superelevation views/graph/profiles, using a view to edit data)
Prerequisites: Required knowledge of alignments, profiles, and surfaces
Course times: This class meets from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., May 20th through May 22nd.
Questions? If you have questions about this class, please contact Jill Kinoshita at firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 695-4339.