Tips from Experts Video Training
Useful Video Training Tips from Experts
The Civil Experts produce a wide range of Tips video content.
Content that is of significant benefit is listed here.
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Create Superelevated Assemblies and Corridors
Korey Gaddy, of TPM Solutions, walks through of superelevation subassemblies details and lane mechanics for a driveway Corridor.
From the TPM Solutions YouTube Channel
Korey presents the essentials of the Civil 3D Corridor superelevation Assemby construction mechanics.
For reasons unknown, Korey does not walk through the calculation of the Superelevation on the Alignment or
the necessary Design Speed property assignment for the Alignment in the video.
Subdivision Grading with Corridors
Jim Coppinger of ZenTek Consultants explains how to inventively employ some Civil 3D techniques to employ Corridors and Gradings in Subdivision grading design.
From the ZenTek Consultants YouTube Channel.
If you understand and employ Feature Line based Gradings in Civil 3D, Jim's technique to employ Corridor geometry Feature Line output will be easy to understand.
The Frequencies employed in the Corridor Regions do have a direct effect on the detail in the Extracted Feature Line(s).
Yes. You may want the Datum of the Corridor cross section and a Feature Line specific to that for a grading surface.
Recognize that these days the Corridor and dynamic Extracted Feature Line can be from a Data Reference (DREF) Corridor source.
I tend to prefer a Multiple Baseline Corridors approach with grading Assemblies to accomplish more with the Corridor.
That is usually easier to manage in the long run considering all the potential complex design control in a Subdivision project in Civil 3D.
See the Site Grading with Corridors section.
Open the Corri Door to On-Site Grading
John Armendariz, CAD Coordinator at Kimley-Horn shares some method and practice about from moving from a Civil 3D Feature Line only workflow to a more Corridor centric workflow.
See the Autodesk University Class Session.
John's first step method is to learn to employ simple Corridors with a Set of various Assemblies to produce Breakline content for a Civil 3D design Surface.
The second step method is to then employ a Feature Line based Molded (or intermediate Surface) to drive the vertical control for a bunch of site details.
The basic details and usage of the supplied Assembly details are demoed effectively in the video.
The Molded Surface attach plan is briefly demoed in the last section of this session.