Prerequisites: Familiarity with Windows based computer operating system, an understanding of civil engineering terminology, & experience with Autodesk AutoCAD-based products are all assets for this course. Students should have a good working skill level with a minimum of 80 hours of work experience with the AutoCAD Civil 3D software & a basic understanding of corridor models & intersection design.
Expectations: Using the interactive, dynamic functionality of AutoCAD Civil 3D features, civil engineers are enabled to design complex corridor geometry including medians, variable width road geometry, road rehabilitation, as well as how to deal with unique site conditions.
Understanding the purpose of corridor models & how they are applied in the AutoCAD Civil 3D software.
Utilizing conditional subassemblies
Creating guardrail & retaining walls
Working with median subassemblies & offset assemblies
Working with rehabilitation subassemblies
Creating feature line grading from corridors
Modeling corridors with offset alignments & profiles