Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 3, 2008 - Computers - 504 pages
Learn the basics of AutoCAD Civil 3D easily and efficiently from the straightforward explanations and realistic exercises in Introducing AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009.  In this helpful introductory guide, you will find an overview of key concepts and in-depth, detailed coverage of special topics like lines and arcs, points, surveying, parcels, surfaces, alignments, profiles, corridors, grading, sections, pipes, and project management.  If you are a civil engineer or civil engineering student, you will understand how to apply AutoCAD Civil 3D to real-world, professional situations after reading this book.

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Contents

Chapter 1 Welcome to the Civil 3D Environment
1
Chapter 2 General Tools
23
Chapter 3 Lines and Curves
39
Chapter 4 Survey
51
Chapter 5 Points
65
Chapter 6 Parcels
79
Chapter 7 Surfaces
95
Chapter 8 Alignments
117
Chapter 10 Assemblies and Corridors
163
Chapter 11 Sections
175
Chapter 12 Grading
191
Chapter 13 Pipes
211
Chapter 14 Projects
227
Appendix More Exercises for Exploring AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009
243
Index
299
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Chapter 9 Profiles and Profile Views
137

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About the author (2008)

James Wedding is an award-winning registered Professional Engineer and Vice President at Engineered Efficiency and an Autodesk Authorized Author. James has worked extensively with the Autodesk development team to help shape Civil 3D and is one of the most respected instructors and consultants in the civil engineering community. James is also a highly rated Autodesk University speaker and presents on Autodesk's weekly Civil 3D webcasts.

Dana Probert is an Engineer in Training who has worked on civil projects ranging from large planned residential communities to small subdivisions, commercial site design, stormwater management, road design, sanitary sewer networks, stream restoration projects, and municipal GIS. She teaches Civil 3D classes and, along with James, maintains the highly popular Civil 3D blog (www.civil3d.com).

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