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Analysis and design of urban infrastructure with InfraWorks

Analysis and design of urban infrastructure with InfraWorks


Simpliv LLC

Summary

Price
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£10 inc VAT (was £50)
Offer ends 31 December 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
5 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

What you will learn
Create digital models of real locations
Design proposals for urban infrastructure
Add details to 3D models
Apply different object display styles
Generate material to present proposals
Perform various analyzes of terrain and other components
Create groups and share InfraWorks 360 models

Description

About this Course
What will you learn in this course?

This course covers the basic skills and concepts necessary to start using InfraWorks 360 to design and present proposals for urban infrastructure projects. The concepts include those related to InfraWorks 360, as well as those related to civil engineering and topography in general. It does not cover all the themes or all the features of InfraWorks 360, but it provides a solid foundation that you can use to perform basic tasks. These fundamentals can serve as a starting point to learn more advanced skills and work towards a deeper understanding of InfraWorks 360.

Who should take this course?

This course can be taken by anyone who needs or wants to start learning InfraWorks 360. It is designed to be used in a formal class environment, in your office or home learning on your own and in all intermediate places. It is appropriate for ages ranging from students of a career related to the construction area to people who are already retired in this area, and although it is intended for those who do not have any experience or skill with InfraWorks 360, it can also be useful as a great resource to update or complement the knowledge base of this program.

Here are some specific examples of people who would benefit from taking this course:

Any person involved in the planning or preliminary design stages of infrastructure or land development projects.
Students of architecture, civil engineering, geographic information systems or something related to the construction area that are looking for an educational track related to design.
Employees who have recently joined a company that uses InfraWorks 360
Employees working for companies that have recently implemented InfraWorks 360
Experienced InfraWorks users who are self-taught and who want to fill gaps in their knowledge base
Civil 3D users since both programs are compatible and complementary to each other.
What is covered in this course?

This course is organized to provide you with the necessary knowledge to master the basics of InfraWorks 360:

Section 1: Brief introduction explaining the scope, objectives, topics and ways of working in this course.
Section 2: Model creation demonstrates how to build a 3D model of existing terrain conditions within the project area area using the Model Builder or geospatial data that is accessed. You will learn about coordinate systems and about importing and configuring data from various sources.
Section 3: Creating designs demonstrates how to develop an InfraWorks model by adding elements and proposals. You will study the design of InfraWorks main features such as roads, roofs and buildings.
Section 4: Detailing models demonstrates how to add details and realism to InfraWorks models by including more elements. You will study points of interest, trees, water components, barriers, pipes and street furniture.
Section 5: Display styles demonstrates how to take advantage of styles to make InfraWorks model elements appear the way we want them to be displayed. Material styles, material groups, coverage styles, highway styles, facade styles and style rules will be studied.
Section 6: Presentation of models demonstrates the use of InfraWorks tools to present design ideas. The visualization part, configurations, screenshots, scene representation and construction of storyboards will be studied.
Section 7: Analysis demonstrates the use of InfraWorks tools to answer questions about your design. Measurement tools, visual analysis techniques, terrain analysis, feature analysis and light and shadow analysis will be studied.
Section 8: Collaboration demonstrates how to use InfraWorks 360 to configure a collaboration environment and how to publish information to share with other users. You will practice how to configure InfraWorks 360 groups, publish models and share scenarios.


Basic knowledge
In order to replicate the exercises, it is recommended to have InfraWorks 360 installed on your computer, but it is not mandatory

Curriculum

Model Creation
Design Creation
Detail models
Display styles
Presentation of models
Analysis
Collaboration

Who is this course for?

Civil Engineers
Architects

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