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Belajar Autocad Land Dekstop 2006

Belajar Autocad Land Dekstop 2006

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Autodesk® Land Desktop 2006 Tutorial Series

Computer Based Training Curriculum Overview

Topics covered on this CBT include:

Getting Started With Land Desktop

An overview of Land Desktop. The LDT workspace.

Prerequisites: The student must possess a working knowledge of AutoCAD 2006. AutoCAD and Land Desktop are not required for our tutorials but are highly recommended for practicing the skills we introduce. System Requirements: PC with 512MB RAM and 1 GB free Disk CD ROM Windows XP SP2 or Windows XP MCE 1024 x 768 Screen Internet Explorer 6
Surfaces Line work Labels

Creating a new drawing Setting up a drawing Customizing LDT Settings Working with Prototypes Setting Drawing Preferences Working with Points Overview of Points Working with Point Settings More Point Settings Using Description Keys Importing Points from an ASCII File Modifying the Display of Points Working with Point Groups Printing Point Groups Updating Point Groups Inserting Point Groups Listing Point Groups Overview of Autodesk Map Performing Queries Using Data Objects in Queries Drawing lines from point object to point object Loading and working with the AECC linetypes Labeling an enclosed area Setting up line label styles Using dynamic labels Labeling short line segments with tags Modify the dynamic labels Preparing your drawing to build surfaces Creating and building surfaces Analyzing your surface for errors Using surface breaklines to create accurate surfaces Using outer boundaries to help build surfaces Creating contours for the surface

Using Autodesk Map

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Contours Alignments Setting up contour styles to label the contours Setting up alignment label stationing Labeling the alignment and creating points along the stations Generating an alignment stakeout report Setting up and defining parcels Sizing lots using the slide bearing method Sizing lots using the radial method Solving a complex parcel layout Using the layer manager to create layer groups Using the layer manager to create layer snapshots Using dynamic blocks to lay out a parking lot Inserting details into a drawing Modifying details LandXML Introduction importing LandXML Importing LandXML Exporting LandXML Exporting 2 Style sheets css Landxml reporting tool Pasting two surfaces together Preparing for a hydrologic analysis Using visual aids and LDT tools to analyze a surface Changing hydrology settings Preparing pre and post subdrainage area with soil maps, RCN's and TC's Subdividing drainage areas Subdividing drainage areas Identifying flow paths Working with LDT's TR-55 tabular method for pre development Working with LDT's TR-55 tabular method for post development Working with LDT's TR-55 tabular method for post development Sizing a detention basin Creating a detention pond Creating a composite hydrograph Defining profile settings How to create a profile Setting a current profile and moving profiles Setting up a proposed profile Designing a proposed profile Adding vertical curves to a proposed profile Labeling and editing a proposed profile - using AASHTO regulations Concepts of creating finished ground roadway templates Using LDT tools to draw roadway templates Setting up material tables and point codes for templates Defining and editing a roadway template Creating existing ground cross sections Applying your template to existing ground cross sections Applying super elevation to your templates Creating a report of section area/volumes and how to import a mass haul graph

Parcels

Layers Blocks & Details

LandXML

Civil Design - Hydrology Surfaces Preparing Data

Preparing Data

TR-55

Detention Pond Civil Design - Highways Profiles

Sections

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Inserting the roadway templates into existing ground sections Finished Ground Surface Pipes Create and import template points to the drawing Changing settings before creating pipes Drawing and defining a pipe run Highlighting all pipe runs and identifying existing pipe runs in the drawing Labeling pipe runs for plan and profile views Understanding and defining a grading object Modifying, relocating and automatically updating your grading object Applying preset grading values to a footprint with elevations Creating a surface and contours from a grading object Combining curb grading objects on top of parking lot grading objects Creating a surface with multiple grading objects Applying a grade to a pond bottom Placing grading objects side by side Creating a surface out of multiple grading objects Generating volumes from two surfaces Creating a table of volume results Creating a grading object, modify, relocate, and balance its volumes Working with LDT's 3D polyline tools Working with LDT's 3D polyline tools to create a 3D model of a parking lot Working with LDT's 3D polyline tools to create a 3D model of a parking lot Creating a surface with 3D polylines Using daylighting tools for a parking lot perimeter Modifying and creating surfaces with 3D polylines Introduction to Autodesk Survey Preparing to Download a Field book File Importing a Field book File Using Crandall's Rule Using the Least Squares Method Import Adjusted Coordinates Processing a Second Loop - Individual Approach Processing a Third Loop - Importing Corrected Data Figures - Introduction Processing a 3rd Loop - Manual Input Processing Multiple Loops - Network Approach Trimble Link Data Import

Civil Design - Grading Grading Object

Multiple Grading Objects

Volumes

3D Polylines

3D Polylines - Surface

Survey

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