Course Highlights

AutoCAD Civil

AutoCAD Civil software is a civil engineering design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modeling workflows.

It is used for designing, drafting and documentation, analysis, defining workflows, surveying and mapping of civil projects.

Design: For corridor design, pressure pipe networks, gravity pipe networks, grading, parcel design, bridge modeling, geotechnical modeling, and rail track layout

Analysis: For advanced mapping and analysis functionality, storm water management using dynamic model, dynamic QTO and earthwork calculations, transforming civil design models with visualization.

Drafting & Documentation: For drafting standards, construction documentation, map production, and for reports and tables

Surveying & Mapping: For surface modeling, base map creation, and reality capture.

  • Making of Architechtural drawing in AUTOCAD
  • Learn how to work in layers
  • Drafting of Design Projects in AUTOCAD
  • Reading of Structural Drawings
  • How to import total station coordinates into AUTOCAD
  • Layer Management
  • Project development and managing
  • Creating and Updating Repeated Elements
  • Set up Joinery fine points / BOM, Layout Management.
  • Scale setting and maneuverings, importation and Export.

Course Details

  1. User Interface
    • UI Navigation / Interaction
  2. Creating Drawings
    • Coordinate Entry
    • Draw Tools and Settings
  3. Manipulating Object
    • Grips
    • Object Selection
    • Move Objects
  4. Drawing Organisation and Inquiry Commands
    • Layers
    • Object Properties
    • Linetypes
    • Inquiry
  5. Altering Objects
    • Modify Tools
  6. Working with Layouts
    • Layouts and Viewports
  7. Annotating the Drawing
    • Adding to a drawing
  8. Dimensioning
    • Adding dimensions to a Drawing
  9. Hatching Objects
    • Hatching Objects
    • Fills and Gradients
    • Edit Hatch Patterns and Fills
  10. Working with Reusable Content
    • Blocks
    • Design Center
    • Tool Palettes
  11. Creating Additional Drawing Objects
    • Shapes
  12. Plotting Your Drawing
    • Output
  13. 3D Functions
    • 3D Modeling Workspace
    • Using Primitives.
    • Obtaining 3D Objects from 2D Polylines.
    • Materials and Lighting.
    • Rendering (including cameras and basic animations)