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jjensen [TIN Surface]
engineer-civil:landscapearchitect [2019/02/25 15:16] (current)
jjensen [Landscape Contractors]
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     * Not sure how this will work with XCLIP, use IMAGECLIP instead     * Not sure how this will work with XCLIP, use IMAGECLIP instead
     * Problem - MAPIINSERT doesn'​t reproject image, use Map Data Connect -> Add Raster Image instead     * Problem - MAPIINSERT doesn'​t reproject image, use Map Data Connect -> Add Raster Image instead
-      * Problem with Map Data Connect - unable to adjust transparency of image+      * Problem with Map Data Connect - unable to adjust transparency of image, see below workaround [[Aerial Photos - Data Connect]]
   * Translate/​Project from Grid to Ground   * Translate/​Project from Grid to Ground
     * MAPCSASSIGN or Drawing Utilities -> Drawing Settings     * MAPCSASSIGN or Drawing Utilities -> Drawing Settings
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     * New boundary     * New boundary
     * Rectangular (select corners of x-bndy)     * Rectangular (select corners of x-bndy)
 +
 +=== Aerial Photos - Data Connect ===
 +  * MAPWSPACE on
 +  * Data -> Connect to Data -> Add Raster Image or Surface Connection
 +  * Problem - when data connect to raster images, unable to change transparency of the entire image. Workaround see AutoCAD Map 3D 2019 -[[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​MAP/​2019/​ENU/?​guid=GUID-1B98CD2E-C4A3-4027-9983-823AB133A549|To Make an Image Transparent]]
  
 === old stuff === === old stuff ===
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     * LTSCALE 50     * LTSCALE 50
     * PSLTSCALE 0 and REGEN (do this in paperspace viewport)     * PSLTSCALE 0 and REGEN (do this in paperspace viewport)
 +  * How to mask the contour lines only
 +    * Select the contour label line
 +    * Properties -> Masking -> Contour Line Only (default is From Label Style)
 +    * Autodesk Civil 3D 2019 Help - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​CIV3D/​2019/​ENU/?​guid=GUID-EFEE811E-2ACC-47A5-8860-BD0F3A1A20C6|About Contour Labels]]
 +    * <​html><​iframe width="​560"​ height="​315"​ src="​https://​www.youtube.com/​embed/​OR77V1lJV2U"​ frameborder="​0"​ allow="​accelerometer;​ autoplay; encrypted-media;​ gyroscope; picture-in-picture"​ allowfullscreen></​iframe></​html>​
 ==== TIN Surface ==== ==== TIN Surface ====
   * Background   * Background
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 ==== Ground Coordinate System Setup ==== ==== Ground Coordinate System Setup ====
-  * Ask Tom Ruby at JUB (trr@jub.com) ​for the projection parameters +  * Modified Ground NAD83 Idaho State Planes, Central Zone, US Foot 
-    * MAPCSLIBRARYEXPORT - creates an xml file of the custom ground projection +  * Code: **ID83-CF-Mod-Ground** 
-    * MAPCSLIBRARYIMPORT - import that xml file +    * Projection: Transverse Mercator 
-    * MAPCSASSIGN - another way to assign the drawing coordinate system +    * Central meridian: -114 
-  ​* **DRAWINGSETTINGS** +    * Projection Origin latitude: 41.6666666666667 
-    * select ID83-CF-Grid2Ground custom projection +    * False Origin 
-      ​* ADESETCRDSYS to view the Coordinate System Library +      * False easting: 1740751.93333 
-      * MAPCSLIBRARY +      * False northing: 100000 
-        * Status User Defined +      * Scale reduction: 1.00015173626428 
-        * Edit - to change projection parameters+    * xml saved under sharepoint journey JeffJensen\dwg\coordinatesystems\ID83-CF-MOD-GROUND_CS.xml 
 +    * modified ground projection created by Tom Ruby at JUB (trr@jub.com) 
 +    ​* {{engineer-civil:​landscapearchitect:​projections-idaho-jub-grid2ground.png|Figure 1-0 Idaho State Planes - COJ Modified Ground Coordinate System}} 
 + 
 +=== How to assign Ground Coordinate System in Civil 3D === 
 +  * **EDITDRAWINGSETTINGS** 
 +    * Categories: USA, Idaho 
 +    * Available coordinate systems: Modified Ground NAD83 Idaho State Planes, Central Zone, US Foot 
 +    * Selected coordinate system code: ID83-CF-Mod-Ground 
 + 
 +=== Civil 3D Projections === 
 +  ​* MAPCSLIBRARYEXPORT - creates an xml file of the custom ground projection 
 +  * MAPCSLIBRARYIMPORT - import that xml file 
 +  * MAPCSASSIGN - another way to assign the drawing coordinate system 
 +  * ADESETCRDSYS to view the Coordinate System Library 
 +    * MAPCSLIBRARY 
 +      * Status User Defined 
 +      * Edit - to change projection parameters
  
 === Ground to Grid Conversion === === Ground to Grid Conversion ===
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     * Status: User defined, Category: Auto-Registered (City of Jerome)     * Status: User defined, Category: Auto-Registered (City of Jerome)
     * {{engineer-civil:​landscapearchitect:​projections-idaho-jub-ground.png|Figure 1-0 Idaho State Planes - JUB Grid to Ground Conversion}}     * {{engineer-civil:​landscapearchitect:​projections-idaho-jub-ground.png|Figure 1-0 Idaho State Planes - JUB Grid to Ground Conversion}}
-    * ID830CF-Grid2Ground ​(works with shapefiles, problem with geotiff images+    * ID83-CF-Modified Ground ​(old name ID83-CF-Grid2Ground - works with shapefiles) 
-    * {{engineer-civil:​landscapearchitect:​projections-idaho-jub-grid2ground.png|Figure 1-0 Idaho State Planes - COJ Grid to Ground Conversion}}+      * {{engineer-civil:​landscapearchitect:​projections-idaho-jub-grid2ground.png|Figure 1-0 Idaho State Planes - COJ Grid to Ground Conversion}}
   * ArcMap - New Projected Coordinate System   * ArcMap - New Projected Coordinate System
     * Define this ground coordinate system in ArcMap in a new data frame, then export the data. For some reason, Map 3D isn't projecting the data.     * Define this ground coordinate system in ArcMap in a new data frame, then export the data. For some reason, Map 3D isn't projecting the data.
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     * Point style:     * Point style:
     * Point label style: ​     * Point label style: ​
 +===== Civil 3D - Pipes =====
 +  * Create a 2D PLINE of the horizontal location of the proposed water main, save as
 +    * 6-Civil\18014-water-prop.dwg
 +  * New drawing -> Save As 6-Civil\18014-pipes.dwg
 +  * OPEN 6-Civil\18014-pipes.dwg
 +    * move everything to layer 0
 +    * remove C-WATR-PIPE layer
 +    * PEDIT join to make one continuous poly line
 +    * save
 +  * Drawing Settings -> Units and Zone tab
 +    * Categories: USA, Idaho
 +    * Available coordinate systems: Modified Ground NAD83 Idaho State Planes, Central Zone, US Foot
 +    * Selected coordinate system code: ID83-CF-Mod-Ground
 +  * LAYER
 +    * new or current layer named C-WATR-PIPE
 +  * XREF
 +    * 6-Civil\18014-pipes.dwg
 +  * Data Shortcuts -> Alignments -> 18014-align-AveE -> Create Reference
 +    * Alignment label set: Major and Minor only
 +  * Data Shortcuts -> Surfaces -> EG -> Create Reference
 +    * Style: Contours 1' and 5' (Background)
 +  * Data Shortcuts -> Surfaces -> FG -> Create Reference
 +    * Profile style: Design Profile
 +    * Profile label set: _No Labels
 +  * Data Shortcuts -> Alignments -> 18014-align-AveE -> Profiles -> EG
 +    * Profile style: Existing Ground Profile
 +    * Profile label set: _No Labels
 +  * Create Profile View
 +    * General
 +      * Profile view style: Profile View
 +    * Station Range
 +      * Automatic
 +    * Profile View Height
 +      * Automatic
 +    * Profile Display Options
 +    * Pipe/​Pressure Network
 +    * Data Bands
 +      * Profile1: EG
 +      * Profile2: FG
 +    * Profile Hatch Options
 +    * Create Profile View button
 +  * Convert PLINE of water line into Pipe Network (can also use a Feature Line for a Pipe)
 +    * Home tab -> Create Design panel -> Pipe Network -> Create Pressure Network from Object
 +      * can select from XRef
 +      * direction of pipe flow
 +      * Create Pressure Pipe Network from Object dialog box
 +        * Network name: PROP-PN-WTR-MAIN
 +        * Description:​ Proposed Pressure Network Water Main
 +        * Surface name: EG
 +        * Alignment name: 18014-EastAveE
 +        * Depth of cover: 3.5' (doesn'​t understand inches 42")
 +        * Erase existing entity
 +  * Select Pressure Network
 +    * on context menu
 +    * Draw Parts in Profile -> select Profile View Grid
 +  * Create Data Shortcut
 +    * right click on Data Shortcuts -> Create Data Shortcuts from the Prospector toolspace
 +      * check on PROP-PN-WTR-MAIN-(1)
 +  * Open 6-Civil\18014-civil.dwg
 +    * Create Reference
 +  * Add the pipe network to an existing profile
 +    * select the plan view of the Pipe, then right click - Select Similar
 +    * Ribbon -> Draw Parts in Profile
 +    * select the Profile View Grid
 +
 +
 +
 +==== Pipes - Background on Pressure Network ====
 +  * Pipes
 +  * Fittings (T'​s ​ and crosses)
 +    * has its own label style, example **6-IN ELBOW 90°**
 +  * Appurtenances (valves & hydrants)
 +  * Parts List - components used to build a pressure network, used to automate styling & labeling of pipes, fittings, & appurtenances
 +===== Civil 3D - Corridors =====
 +  * New drawing -> Save As 18014-corridor.dwg
 +  * Assign Coordinate System
 +  * Data Shortcuts
 +    * set working folder S:​\Projects\18014-EastAveE\6-Civil\
 +    * Associate Project to Current Drawing...
 +    * Create Alignment References - alignment labels: Major and Minor only, Alignment Style: Existing
 +      * 18014-align-Adams
 +      * 18014-align-AveE
 +      * 18014-align-Buchanan
 +      * 18014-align-Lincoln
 +    * Create Surface Reference
 +      * EG
 +  * 
 +
 ===== Civil 3D - Plan and Profile ===== ===== Civil 3D - Plan and Profile =====
   * Step 1 - civil.dwg   * Step 1 - civil.dwg
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     * pass each section of the Landscape Architect Registration Examination (LARE) examination     * pass each section of the Landscape Architect Registration Examination (LARE) examination
   * [[http://​uidaho.smartcatalogiq.com/​en/​2017-2018/​University-of-Idaho-General-Catalog/​Departments-of-Instruction/​Art-and-Architecture/​Landscape-Architecture-B-S-L-A|University of Idaho - Landscape Architecture requirements]]   * [[http://​uidaho.smartcatalogiq.com/​en/​2017-2018/​University-of-Idaho-General-Catalog/​Departments-of-Instruction/​Art-and-Architecture/​Landscape-Architecture-B-S-L-A|University of Idaho - Landscape Architecture requirements]]
 +
 +==== Landscape Contractors ====
 +
 +=== Idaho ===
 +  * Chance Munns, 208-351-6290,​ cmunns@csi.edu
 +  * Tony McKammon, Bloom Horticulture
 +  * Hanks Custom Lawn Care - 208-316-4100,​ [[http://​www.hankscustomlawncare.com/​|www.hankscustomlawncare.com]]
 +  * Kimberly Nurseries - Landscape and Irrigation, 208-733-2717,​ [[http://​www.kimberlynurseries.com|www.kimberlynurseries.com]]
 +  * Idaho Scapes Inc, 208-734-3497
 +  * Webb Landscape, Inc, 208-733-1485,​ [[http://​www.webland.com|www.webbland.com]]
 +  * Rustic Ridge Landscape & Irrigation, 208-404-0105,​ [[https://​rusticridgelandscapes.com/​|www.rusticridgelandscapes.com]]
  
 ==== Landscape Architect Firms ==== ==== Landscape Architect Firms ====
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