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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Best Practices


AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Best Practices

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Index AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Best Practices

Customer Information
Legal Notice
Templates, Styles, and Drawings
Optimizing Drawing Templates
Using the Correct Templates
Drawing Tips
Using Styles
Sample Styles
Style Comparison
Copying Styles
Delete Layers from Drawing or Template
Setting Default Styles for New Objects
Conceptual Visual Styles
Label Styles
Labeling External References
Adding Xref Labels
Xref Layer Control
Managing Large Data Sets
Defining Large Data Sets
Efficient Data Processing
Data Tiling
Optimizing System Values, Variables, and Commands
AutoCAD System Variables
Use Appropriate Data Resolution
Accessing More Windows RAM
Simplify Profile and Section View Styles
Section View Production
Maintaining Clean Drawings
Project Management
Data Storage: Vault or Not
Data Referencing
Vault References
Data Shortcuts
AutoCAD Xrefs
Drawing and Object Relationships
Level 1: Individual Design Objects
Level 2: Base, Linework, and Engineering Drawings
Level 3: Production Sheets
Digging It: Three-Level Project Structure
Sample Project Structure
User Access Controls
Project Folder Structure
Working Folder Location
Sharing and Transferring Files
Autodesk Vault Best Practices
Single or Multiple Sites
Creating Additional Vaults
Single Vault
Multiple Vaults
Project Folders
Working Folders
Working Folder Configurations
Autodesk Vault Project User Interfaces
Prospector Tab
Autodesk Vault Administration Tool
Microsoft Office
Surface Data
Working with Large Surfaces
Controlling Surface Data Resolution
Reducing the Displayed Surface Area
Working with Surface Points
Filtering Point Files
COGO Point Label Visibility
Working with LandXML Files
Working with DEM Files
Working with Contour Data
Minimizing Flat Areas
Site Characteristics
Multiple Sites
Corridor Design
Alignment Design Strategies
Baseline Location
Assembly Offsets
Drawing Management
Corridor Code Set Styles
Corridor Regions
Intersection Design
Overlapping Slope Projection Lines
Creating Parcels
How Parcels are Defined
Cleaning Up Drawing Errors
Creating an Enclosed Parcel
Right of Way (ROW) Creation
Parcel Topology and Sites
Parcel Interaction with Alignments
Parcel Interaction with Feature Lines
Automatic Parcel Creation
Semi-Automatic Parcel Creation
Editing Parcels
Adding a Boundary
Deleting Parcels
Offsetting Parcels
Updating ROW Parcels
Labeling Parcels
When to Add Labels
Parcel Area Selection Label
Quickly Editing with the Style Selection Dialog Box
Editing Parcel Line Segment Labels
Labeling Parcel External References (Xrefs)
Parcel Spanning Labels
Table Tag Renumbering
Creating Parcel Tables
Feature Line Grading
Site Interactions
Feature Lines
Lot Lines
Point Types and Elevation Control
Split Point Elevation Control
Feature Line Break/Trim/Extend
Feature Line Move
Feature Line Smoothing
Duplicate and Crossing Feature Lines
Feature Line Labels
Projection Grading
How Projection Grading Works
Boundary Representation
Case Study: Two Intersecting Gradings
Case Study: Three Intersecting Gradings
Preparing the Footprint
Grading to Targets
Grading Group Surfaces
Using Explode With Grading Objects
Using Feature Lines and Projection Grading Together
Pipe Networks
How the Parts Catalog Works
Parts Catalog Management Practices
Standardizing Pipes and Structures
Problematic Scenarios
Local Catalogs and a New Part
Local Catalogs and a Modified Part
Part Catalogs on Different Networks
Drawing Shared Between Two Companies
Creating User-Defined Optional Properties
Assign Optional Properties to a Part Size
Parts Lists
Backup Part Catalog
Parts List Rules
Pipe and Structure Rules
Renaming Part Size Name
Pipe Network Design
Networks in Profile and Section Views
Managing Pipe Data
Locating Pipe Network Parts
Pipe Networks that Traverse Multiple Surfaces
Renaming Pipe Network Parts
Network Labeling Strategies
Spanning Pipes
Labeling Pipe External References
Digging It: Display Flow Capacity with Manning Equation
Manning Equation
Writing the Flow Capacity Expression

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