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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 P.0

A U T O D E S K@ R H O- E N G . C O M


MSc Transportation Engineering
Infra Structures and Highway Design Engineer
Autodesk Authorized AutoCAD Civil 3D Instructor

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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 P.1

AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010

Course Name:
Highway Design and Quantity Surveying using AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010

Course Description:
This course will review the basic parameters for highway design, and introduce AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 as a
tool to create a surveying plans, and how to lay out roadways and subdivision lots. The course will focus on the
creation of road profiles, corridors and cross sections, also the generation of quantities takeoff sheets for
earthworks and pavement layers.

Credit Hours:
18 hours distributed on three weeks

Civil Engineers and Civil Engineering Technicians as: Land Surveyors and Quantity Surveyors

• Highway Design Parameters Background
• AutoCAD basic knowledge
• Microsoft office basic knowledge, namely (MS Excels and MS word)

Each Trainee shall submit a full project as a show case of his proficiency of using AutoCAD Civil 3D.

• Each one success to handle the task will receive an Autodesk brand Certificate of completion

Earn a valuable certificate of completion that’s recognized in your profession and validate your product
knowledge as an Autodesk Certified User or Autodesk Certified Expert when you take a certification exam at a
participating ATC test delivery facility.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 P.2

Course Outline
Stage –I 6 Hours
• Road geometrical design overview
• Understanding user interface
• Importing surveying Data:
o Points
o 3D polylines (GIS, Countours, breaklines)
o Google earth
• Creating surfaces and contours
• Editing surfaces
• Creation of road alignment
• Design of horizontal curves
• Creating alignment superelevation
• Create alignment offsets and widening
Stage -II 12 Hours
• Working with profiles:
o Creation of road center line existing profile
o Creation of road centerline design profile
o Design of vertical curves
o Tabular output of profile elevations
• Working with Corridors
o Creating existing ground cross sections
o Definition of assembly
ƒ Basic assembly
ƒ Super elevation and transition assembly
ƒ Assembly with median
o Creating Coridors
o Creating design cross sections
• Compute materials:
o generating cut and fill quantities takeoff sheets
o generating materials quantities
• Selected Advanced Topic (elective topics)
o Working with intersections
o Drawings production
o Takeoff / pay items
o Importing land project
o Design to local codes
o Creating customized subassemblies
o Sharing assemblies (creating palettes and Catalog)
o Parcels & Grading objects
o Combined Cross Sedctions
o Tips & Tricks

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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 P.3

What is the new in AutoCAD Civil 3D comparing to LAND?

• Automatic Dynamic link between Plan–Profile–Cross Sections,
• Ease to modify plan and/or profile by just moving the vertices (PI’s),
• Easier drawing format and production,
• Connected to Google earth,
• Built-in Cross Sections templates,
• Everything in one drawing; No project folders,
• Intersection Design Tools,
• Extension of existing alignment and/or profile,
• Design check
• Labeling existing ground for cross sections at grade break
• Maintain pavement layers side slope (i.e. 3:1) while changing offset according to super
• Generating 3D rendering and transferred to 3D Max.
• Combined corridor ( combined cross sections)

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