Civil 3D Level 2/4 – for Civil Works and Land Surveying
We have selected this course to offer it in English for its high pedagogical quality and user acceptance.
The version of the software used is in Spanish, but the whole explanation of the instructor is narrated in English.
This is the second of a set of 4 courses called “Autocad Civil3D for Surveying and Civil Works” that will allow you to learn how to handle this fabulous Autodesk software and apply it to different projects and construction sites. Become an expert in the software and you can generate earthworks, calculate materials and construction prices and create great designs of roads, bridges, sewerage among others.
This set of courses has been the product of hours of dedication, work and effort, compiling the most important data on the subject of Civil and Topographic Engineering, summarizing large amounts of theory and making them practical, so that you can learn in an easy and easy way. Fast with short but specific classes for each topic and practice with all the (real) data and examples we provide here.
If you want to start managing this software, participating in this course will save you weeks of work by investigating on your own what we have already investigated, doing the tests we have done, and making the mistakes we have already made.
Let us introduce you to this world of Autocad Civil3D, which is a powerful tool to reduce large amounts of time designing and calculating and facilitating your work in the professional field.
Who is it for?
This course is aimed at technicians, technologists and professionals with knowledge in Surveying, civil or related works, who want to start in the world of road design, linear works, earthworks and construction or those who want to strengthen their skills in the management of This powerful tool.
BASIC COURSE CONTENT (2/4)
1. ASSEMBLIES AND SUB-ASSEMBLIES
Definition of assemblies (structure).
Configuration of sub-assemblies (type objects: terrace, lane, sardinel, canal, gutter, bridge, intersection, etc.).
2. LINEAR WORK, SURFACES AND MATERIALS:
Definition and construction of the linear work.
Linear work surfaces and limits.
3. CROSS SECTIONS OF SURFACES
4. CUBICATION AND EARTH MOVEMENT:
Cubing and reports.