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Machine Control Modeling Using ORD

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  • 2,200 US dollars
  • Chicago

Service Description

This advanced level course expands the knowledge of Corridor Modeler tools. Students attending this course will learn how to create and use templates to design roadway corridors, up to a high degree of complexity. This course walks users through creating and connecting multiple corridors into a terrain which can be used for construction grading. Civil Cells will be discussed and shown how to incorporate into the design. Total Estimated Course Time: -32 Hours (5 Days) Course Topics: -Templates -Components -Parent Child Relationships -Display Rules -End Conditions -Equations -Parametric Constraints -Leveraging Adjacent Corridors -Point Name Overrides -Component Name Overrides -Corridor Clipping -Structure Modeling -Multiple Corridor Interaction -Civil Cells Course Type: -Classroom Learning (Hands-On) Course Prerequisites: Students attending this course should have the following: -Equivalent knowledge of the topics covered in the OpenRoads Fundamentals course -Experience designing roadways and producing design plans -Experience with MicroStation Course Instructor: Brad Hodor

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