AutoCAD Civil 3D is AutoCAD-based CAD software for planning, designing and managing infrastructure, development and civil engineering projects such as: B.
Streets, paths and places
Sewerage and pipelines
Site analysis and design (eg for construction area development, landscaping, open space design, drainage, canals, basins, dams, dikes, ramparts, water body development, harbor construction, landfill construction * and others)
Property distribution and parcelling
Typical users are construction and surveying engineers, urban and landscape planners, technicians and technical draftsmen.
It is characterized by its graphical 3D approach. Objects that contain elevation information can be displayed in 3D, making it easier for users to review the design. The creation of cross sections does not happen via text input and programming, but graphically in the modular principle.
AutoCAD Civil 3D's Dynamic Design Model ensures that changes in one place and at any stage in the project are automatically tracked throughout the project, making projects faster and more accurate. Project participants work with intelligent data links or Autodesk Vault based on the same data model, benefiting from consistent and up-to-date project data.
In contrast to the basic product AutoCAD, CAD basic elements are not designed, but intelligent objects for infrastructure planning, such as: Digital terrain model (DTM), excavation pits, road axes, longitudinal sections, cross sections, 3D profile bodies, channel postures and shafts, etc., that interact with the other objects. The advantage for users is the faster planning and planning change.
AutoCAD Civil 3D includes the full functionality of AutoCAD and AutoCAD Map 3D, Autodesk's geographic information system solution. As an open system, Civil 3D supports industry standards DWG, DXF, DWF, DGN, and REB, OKSTRA, ISYBAU, and LandXML.
AutoCAD Civil 3D is used as a training software in a variety of colleges and colleges. Students and students can download and use AutoCAD Civil 3D freely accessible.
There is no function for landfill construction to copy DGMs in a given layer thickness parallel to the slope. For different inclinations, simply lifting the DTM is not sufficient (often required in landfill construction).