Total number of pages: 488
Total Hours: 16
The Autodesk® Infrastructure Design Suite is a combination of powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) software. This software streamlines the workflow on infrastructure projects with a 3D model while reducing conflicts and changes during construction, reduced rework, better project outcomes, and improved productivity. This course will take you through an optimized workflow for road and highway design projects using Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite. Students will use Autodesk InfraWorks, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Navisworks, Autodesk 360, AutoCADWS, and 3ds Max Design to complete a road design project from project planning all the way through visual communication and construction scheduling.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
- Establish existing conditions using Autodesk InfraWorks.
- Sketch multiple layouts of the proposed roadway using Autodesk InfraWorks.
- Identify the optimal corridor location and create proposals to communicate the option selected using Autodesk InfraWorks.
- Create Engineered Road Designs in Autodesk InfraWorks.
- Exchange Autodesk InfraWorks design information with AutoCAD® Civil 3D.
- Create typical cross-sections of the road using Assemblies in AutoCAD Civil 3D.
- Create a complex corridor model of the roadway in AutoCAD Civil 3D by utilizing Autodesk InfraWorks design data.
- Create and edit intersection designs.
- Calculate quantities by using cut/fill and material quantity calculators.
- Combine AutoCAD Civil 3D, Revit Structure, and other data sources in Navisworks.
- Perform clash detection in Navisworks.
- Create visual presentations to communicate design intent using storyboards, scenarios, and renderings using Autodesk InfraWorks and/or 3ds Max Design.
- Fundamental experience with AutoCAD® Civil 3D user interface, navigating the model, alignments, and profiles.
- Fundamental knowledge of Autodesk Navisworks Manage user interface and navidating the model.
- A sound understanding and knowledge of civil engineering terminology.