Join Josh Modglin for an in-depth discussion in this video Create drainage network, part of InfraWorks 2018 Essential Training.
- [Narrator] Now that we've created our culvert design…it's time to take a look at the road itself…and consider the network or the drainage design…for the roadway.…Notice that I'm in proposal drain network start.…We're going to add a new proposal…and this new proposal will be…drain network underscore end.…And we've done all of the work so far for drainage…under the design review and engineer drainage flyout.…
So we open that up and if we go to design drainage…you'll notice that we have a drainage network.…And the tool here for drainage network…is very similar to culverts.…It's a point-to-point type click.…We pick and you're placing a structure…and in between the two picks you place pipes.…Very similar also to Civil 3D as you create a pipe network.…You even have a parts editor here…to customize your parts for creating a drainage network…and since we're creating a network along a roadway…we're going to take advantage of a different tool…that's outside of our drainage flyout.…
And we're just going to select the road itself…
- What is InfraWorks?
- Model Builder and Model Explorer
- Navigation tools
- Creating roads, buildings, land areas, and city furniture
- Using query tools
- Terrain and feature themes
- Working with styles
- Adding decorations
- Designing roads, bridges, and drainage
- Creating a storyboard
Skill Level Beginner
AutoCAD Civil 3D: Designing Residential Projectswith Eric Chappell3h 11m Intermediate
1. What is InfraWorks?
History and purpose2m 23s
2. InfraWorks Interface
3. Build, Manage, and Analyze
5. Working with Styles
6. Design Roads
7. Design Bridges
8. Design Drainage
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