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Civil Cad 2010 Manual En

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Reference Manual for 
 ® 
CivilCAD 2010
 
New Edition August 2009 – Rev. 3.0 
All rights reserved to Sivan Design
www.sivandesign.com
 
Copyright 2009
© 
 
 
 Page 2 of 401www.sivandesign.com 
 
CivilCAD 2010 Reference manual
CHAPTER 1: GENERAL...................................................................................................................... 7
 
G
ENERAL
............................................................................................................................................. 8
 
D
RAWING ENVIRONMENT
-
WORKING WITH
A
UTO
CAD®
 
(A
UTODESK
)
OR
B
RICSCAD
®
 
(B
RICSCAD
) .. 9
 
S
CREEN
D
IVISION
.............................................................................................................................. 9
 
T
OOLBARS
......................................................................................................................................... 10
 
W
ORKING WITH PROJECTS
............................................................................................................... 13
 
P
ROJECTS
N
ONAME AND
P
ROTOTYPE
(
RECOVERING OF LOST INFORMATION
)
............................ 15
 
D
EALING WITH LAYERS
 ..................................................................................................................... 16
 
D
IFFERENCE BETWEEN
P
ICK
,
L
OCATE
,
S
ELECT AND
 
U
NUSED
........................................................ 18
 
I
NITIALIZING THE SYSTEM
............................................................................................................... 19
 
D
EFINING
R
OADS
W
ORK
M
ODES
.................................................................................................... 22
 
S
AVING THE PROJECT FOR MOVING FROM ONE COMPUTER TO ANOTHER
(Z
IP
)
........................... 23
 
U
SING
C
IVIL
CAD
 
2010
 
H
ELP
........................................................................................................ 25
 
CHAPTER 2: COORDINATES DATABASE ................................................................................... 26
 
C
OORDINATES DATABASE
................................................................................................................ 27
 
C
OORDINATES LIST
.......................................................................................................................... 28
 
C
OMMAND BUTTONS CONNECTED TO THE LIST
.............................................................................. 30
 
D
RAWING COMMANDS AFFECTING THE LIST
................................................................................... 37
 
W
ORKING WITH BLOCKS
.................................................................................................................. 43
 
CHAPTER 3 : WORKING WITH BLOCKS(CODE) ...................................................................... 45
 
W
ORKING WITH BLOCKS
(C
ODES
)
................................................................................................. 46
 
S
ETTING WORK MODE IN BLOCKS
................................................................................................... 46
 
W
ORKING WITH CODES
.................................................................................................................... 47
 
L
OADING A NEW BACKGROUND INTO A PROJECT WITH BLOCKS
................................................... 48
 
C
REATING CODES
............................................................................................................................. 49
 
C
OMMANDS FROM
 ‘T
OPOGRAPHY
C
ODES
’ 
WINDOW
...................................................................... 50
 
B
LOCK IN ROADS
.............................................................................................................................. 51
 
D
EFINING COLORS IN
‘T
EMPLATE
FILE
.............................................................................................. 51
 
CHAPTER 4: CREATING CONTOUR LINES ................................................................................ 53
 
C
REATING CONTOUR LINES
................................................................................................................. 54
 
S
TART USING
.................................................................................................................................... 54
 
B
ASIC ISSUES AND DEFINING THE RANGE OF CONTOUR LINES
..................................................... 54
 
C
OMMAND BUTTONS FROM THE CONTOURS WINDOW
:
.................................................................. 58
 
S
ETTING OPTIONS
............................................................................................................................ 58
 
C
ONTOUR LINES LAYERS
.................................................................................................................. 59
 
P
ROCESSING POINTS TO CREATE CONTOUR LINES
......................................................................... 60
 
B
REAKLINES
...................................................................................................................................... 62
 
CHAPTER 5: LINES CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................. 67
 
L
INES CONNECTIONS
........................................................................................................................ 68
 
D
EFINING MEASURING LINES
........................................................................................................... 68
 
C
HANGING THE LINES DEFINITION
.................................................................................................. 69
 
C
OMMANDS FROM
 ‘T
OPOGRAPHY
 /D
ESIGN LINES
’ 
WINDOW
......................................................... 70
 
F
ILTERING LINES FROM A
DWG
FILE
.............................................................................................. 72
 
CHAPTER 6: AREA CALCULATIONS ........................................................................................... 74
 
G
ENERAL
........................................................................................................................................... 75
 
D
EFINING PLANES
............................................................................................................................. 76
 
D
ISPLAY DEFINITIONS
...................................................................................................................... 78
 
 
 Page 3 of 401www.sivandesign.com 
 
CivilCAD 2010 Reference manual
S
UMMARIZING TABLE
....................................................................................................................... 79
 
CHAPTER 7: COMPUTATIONS OF EARTHWORKS VOLUMES USING PLANES .............. 80
 
V
OLUMES COMPUTATIONS USING PLANES
...................................................................................... 81
 
D
EFINING TOPOGRAPHY STATUS
..................................................................................................... 81
 
D
EFINING DESIGNED PLANES
.......................................................................................................... 83
 
M
ORE OPTIONS FROM THE
 ‘D
ESIGNED PLANES
'
WINDOW
............................................................. 85
 
D
EFINING SLOPES
............................................................................................................................. 86
 
C
HANGING PLANE CHARACTERISTICS
.............................................................................................. 87
 
S
UMMARIZING TABLE
....................................................................................................................... 90
 
E
LABORATION
:
DESIGNED ELEVATION OF PLANES
......................................................................... 91
 
CHAPTER 8: COMPUTATION OF EARTHWORKS VOLUMES USING THE MODEL-TO-MODEL SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................ 93
 
C
OMPUTATION OF EARTHWORKS VOLUMES USING THE MODEL
-
TO
-
MODEL SYSTEM
................... 94
 
P
REPARING A MODEL OF THE EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY
................................................................... 94
 
I
NPUT OF DESIGNED TOPOGRAPHY DATA
 /
OR
A
S
M
ADE
............................................................... 96
 
D
EFINING ZONES EXCLUDED FROM THE EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION
......................................... 97
 
D
EFINING ZONES THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THE EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION
............................. 98
 
P
REPARING A MODEL OF THE DESIGNED TOPOGRAPHY
.................................................................. 98
 
V
OLUMES TABLE
 
'G
ENERAL
E
ARTHWORKS
'
WINDOW
................................................................. 99
 
CHAPTER 9: EARTHWORKS - ADDITIONAL ISSUES ............................................................ 104
 
E
ARTHWORKS
-
ADDITIONAL ISSUES
............................................................................................ 105
 
E
ARTHWORKS COMPUTATIONS USING THE TRIANGLES SYSTEM
........................................................ 105
 
E
ARTHWORKS LEVELING GRID
....................................................................................................... 108
 
E
ARTHWORKS CONTOUR LINES
(
INCLUDING THE
 “0” 
LINE
)
....................................................... 113
 
CHAPTER 10: QUICK SECTIONS AND THE 3D MODEL ........................................................ 115
 
Q
UICK SECTIONS
............................................................................................................................ 116
 
T
HREE
-
DIMENSIONAL MODEL
......................................................................................................... 118
 
CHAPTER 11: DISTOMAT DATA COMPUTATIONS ............................................................... 121
 
A
CTIVATING THE
D
ISTOMAT WINDOW
............................................................................................. 122
 
S
TATIONS SHIFTING
.......................................................................................................................... 124
 
T
RAVERSE ADJUSTMENT
................................................................................................................... 125
 
O
PTIONS WINDOW REVIEW
............................................................................................................... 126
 
I
NPUT ANGLE FORMAT
...................................................................................................................... 128
 
O
PTIONS FROM THE
D
ISTOMAT
D
ATA WINDOW
................................................................................ 129
 
A
PPENDIX
1
 
 
L
EAST
S
QUARE
T
RAVERSE ADJUSTMENT
................................................................... 133
 
CHAPTER 12: COORDINATES GEOMETRY ............................................................................. 137
 
C
OORDINATES GEOMETRY
.............................................................................................................. 138
 
C
OORDINATES GEOMETRY DEFINITIONS
....................................................................................... 138
 
W
ORKING UNITS
-
 
(
FOR ANGLES
)
................................................................................................. 139
 
G
ENERAL REMARKS
......................................................................................................................... 139
 
A
REA COMPUTATIONS
..................................................................................................................... 140
 
A
RC BY CENTER AND POINT ON ARC
.............................................................................................. 140
 
A
RC BY TWO POINTS AND A RADIUS
............................................................................................. 141
 
A
RC BY THREE POINTS
.................................................................................................................... 142
 
A
RC BY THREE OUTSIDE POINTS
.................................................................................................... 143
 
A
RC SEGMENT
................................................................................................................................. 143
 
C
ONTINUOUS DISTANCE
................................................................................................................. 144
 
T
RANSFORMATION OF COORDINATES SYSTEM
.............................................................................. 144
 
D
ISTANCE AND ANGLE OF A GROUP OF POINTS
............................................................................ 145
 

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