In video below, Seiler Design Solutions will show you how to display your Civil 3D surface as a Watershed Analysis style. The method of setting up your style will be described, along with some of the other options involved.
Once the Watersheds have been displayed, you will be shown how they can be used in conjunction with the Flow Path tool and the creation of Catchment areas that can be exported to Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis for further use in drainage design.
In the video linked below, I will show you how to do a simple analysis of a proposed water main route crossing through several parcels in AutoCad Map 3D with features brought into a drawing through an FDO connection.
Submitted by Seiler Design Solutions on October 9, 2012
More appropriately stated, your designs can be blown away by Vasari!
Autodesk Vasari, once known as Project Vasari before it graduated Autodesk Labs, has often been mistaken as a reduced functionality version of Revit... or perhaps the birth of Revit LT. But tell me, can Revit do this?