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Mastering AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2012 by Louisa Holland, Richard Graham

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Intersections: The Next Step Up

Ask yourself the following question: “Did I understand why we did what we did to build the cul-de-sac in the previous section?” If the answer is “Not really,” you may want to review a few topics before proceeding. If the answer is, “Yeah, mostly,” then you are ready to move to the next level of corridor complexity: intersections.

The steps that follow apply to all intersections, regardless of whether it is a T-shaped intersection, a four-way intersection, perfectly perpendicular, or skewed at an angle.

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Corridor modeling is an iterative process. The more advanced your model, the more iterations it may take to get ...

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