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Learn how to use AutoCAD Civil 3D for the collection and use of survey data. Civil 3D can download and process survey data directly from a data collector. Incorporating the information from this module into your survey process will help you enter data in a manner that is easily digested by Civil 3D.
Describing the final plan for the earthwork of a site is a crucial part of bringing a project together. This chapter examines feature lines and grading groups, which are the two primary tools of site design. These two functions work in tandem to provide the site designer with tools for completely modeling the land.
One of the trickiest and most controversial parts of a civil designer’s job is determining where water and wastewater will go in a site. Civil 3D offers a variety of tools for designing and analyzing the hydraulic and hydrology portions of your project. Learn a variety of skills relating to AutoCAD Civil 3D Pipe Networks and Storm and Sanitary Analysis.