Autodesk Civil 3D is advanced BIM-supported software that lets you create high-quality civil designs. Civil 3D gives you a whole range of functionalities to document concepts. Additionally, Civil 3D offers powerful features in terms of the visualization and analysis of civil engineering designs.
Design and document your civil engineering projects with Civil 3D
BIM can also be used in civil engineering projects thanks to Autodesk Civil 3D. The software supports you in the design and documentation of water, sewage, transport, and new construction projects. Civil 3D provides you with a wide range of tools to perform various assignments.
You can benefit from all kinds of tools to create your civil engineering designs. Design passages, plots, pipeline networks, and roundabouts based on gravity. You can also use point clouds and functions for geotechnical modeling.
You will have various visualization and analysis functions. This gives you the chance of performing a geospatial analysis, a visual analysis, a model analysis, and a gravity network analysis. You can also manage superfluous rain and sewage water with the help of tools.
Autodesk Civil 3D offers you the opportunity to facilitate your concept and documentation process. You can define your property sets, prepare production plans with notes and automate data and information changes.
Finally, you work together more efficiently with Civil 3D. Cache terrain areas to share your designs or create data shortcuts for passages. Autodesk Civil 3D can also be seamlessly integrated with various Autodesk programs such as Navisworks, Revit, and 3ds Max.
This latest version of Autodesk Civil 3D has been updated with new tools and improvements. Civil 3D has a better interface with clearer icons. You will also enjoy a relaxed interface thanks to the new dark blue theme from Autodesk. The Storm Sanitary and Gravity Network analysis functions have also been updated and improved. You can now also use Dynamo for Civil 3D.
New Civil 3D release: what’s new in the Civil 3D release?
Improved Pressure Networks: new Pressure Networks upgrades. These include changing pipe direction, pipe run creation based on other objects, making connections to existing pipes, easy curve creation, and more.
Improved connected alignment: the connected alignment tool has been improved to make it easier to design complex geometry for slopes and junctions.
Improved ArcGIS workflows: data imported from ArcGIS can now be refreshed from ArcGIS, each raster’s resolution can be configured separately and the number of available resolutions has been increased from 19 to 23 levels.
Improved user experience: your user experience is adjusted according to your role.
Connect tools for context modeling and concepting with detailed design, analysis, and optimization for better decision-making. Better coordinate horizontal and vertical design projects. Support multi-discipline processes with a cloud-based common data environment.
|System requirements for Civil 3D|
|Operating System||64-bit Microsoft® Windows® 10. See Autodesk’s Product Support Lifecycle for support information.|
|Processor||Minimum: 2.5–2.9 GHz processor
Recommended: 3+ GHz processor
|Memory||Basic: 8 GB
Recommended: 16 GB
|Display Resolution||Conventional Displays: 1920 x 1080 with True Color
High Resolution & 4K Displays: Resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 supported on Windows 10 (with capable display card)
|Display Card||Basic: 1 GB GPU with 29 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 12 compliant
Recommended: 4 GB GPU with 106 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 12 compliant
|Disk Space||16 GB|
|Network||See Autodesk Network License Manager for Windows|
|Pointing Device||MS-Mouse compliant|
|.NET Framework||.NET Framework Version 4.8 or later|