This class takes a focused look at a couple of workflows in AutoCAD Civil 3D software that use corridors to model surfaces with complex slope geometries. We present several examples from actual grading projects. One example demonstrates the creation of a slope that uses target alignments and profiles to control the placement and grade of a mid-slope bench and drainage channel. The second example shows how to use default and custom subassemblies to model variable height retaining walls.
- Explore subassemblies and their behavior with a grading perspective
- Explain how to develop assemblies to attain specific design objectives
- Build smarter corridor models by using conditional subassemblies
- Benefit from creating custom subassemblies to solve grading problems