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Bentley.Civil.Extension.For.InRoads.XM.v8.09.02 Bentley.InRoads.Suite.XM.Edition.v8.09.02.16 Bentley.PowerMap.XM.v08.09.04.32 Bentley speedikon Project Editor v08.09.00.31 Bentley speedikon Project Explorer v08.09.00.31 Bentley.Hammer.XM.v08.09.400.34 Bentley.WaterCAD.XM.v08.09.400.34 Bentley.WaterGEMS.XM.v08.09.400.34 Bentley.PlantWise.XM.v8.09.04.00 Bentley RAM Advanse v09.00.00.04 Bentley.PowerMap.XM.v08.09.04.32 Bentley.speedikon.Architectural.v08.09.00.31.for.MicroStation.XM Bentley.speedikon.Industrial.v08.09.00.31.for.MicroStation.XM Bentley.Staadpro 2007.2 Bentley.AutoPipe.XM.v09.00.00.08 Bentley Microstation XM v8.09.03.57 Bentley.Building.Mechanical.Systems.XM.v08.09.04.45 Bentley.Cadastre.v08.09.04.41.for.Microstation.XM Bentley.Ifill.v08.09.04.02.For.Microstation.XM Bentley.Microstation.Structural.XM.v8.09.04.39 Bentley.Microstation.Triforma.XM.v08.09.04.63 Bentley.Generative.Components.v08.09.04.76.for.Triforma.XM Bentley.PowerSurvey.v08.09.04.38.for.Powerdraft.XM Bentley.Civil.Extension.for.GEOPAK.v08.08.02.81 Bentley.Microstation.Geopak.Civil.Engineering.Suite.XM.v08.09.04.37 Bentley.Microstation.GEOPAK.Suite.v8.08.02.81 Bentley.PowerCivil.v08.09.04.37.for.Powerdraft.XM Bentley.PowerSurvey.v08.09.04.37.for.Powerdraft.XM Bentley.Map.XM.v08.09.04.45 Bentley.Microstation.GEOPAK.Site.XM.v08.09.04.37 Bentley.Microstation.GEOPAK.Survey.XM.Edition.v08.09.04.37 Bentley Alchemy Royal Render v5.7 Bentley.Microstation.Architecture.XM.v08.09.04.30 Bentley.Microstation.Descartes.MX.v8.09.03.63 Bentley.Microstation.Prerequisite.Pack.v8.09.04.01 Bentley.Microstation.Triforma.XM.v08.09.04.51 Bentley.Microstation.XM.v8.09.04.51 Bentley.PowerDraft.XM.v08.09.04.51 Bentley.Redline.XM.v08.09.04.51 Bentley.speedikon.Architectural.v07.06.00.07 Bentley.speedikon.Industrial.v07.06.00.07 Bentley Building Mechanical Systems XM v08.09.03.45 Bentley Civil Extension For InRoads XM v8.09.01.42 Bentley Geopak Civil Extension v08.08.02.40 Bentley InRoads Suite XM Edition.v8.09.01.42 Bentley.Microstation.Prerequisite.Pack.v8.09.04.01 Bentley.Microstation.XM.v8.09.04.44 Bentley Geopak Civil Extension v08 08 02 40 Bentley IRAS-B.XM.v08.09.03.55

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Four Dimension Technologies CADPower 21.00

Description

CADPower is one of the Four Dimension Technologies software. The software in front of you is an add-on for AutoCAD and BricsCAD software. This software helps you to use CAD suite software more easily. CADPower is a very comprehensive set of tools for CAD software that is also very popular.

With the toolkit in CADPower, you can add more power to CAD software. This will make the efficiency of your operations with better power and speed. On the other hand, the tools in this set will dramatically increase your speed of action and you will be able to get things done in the shortest possible time.

By installing this software, an option called CADPower is added to the toolbar or CAD software Task Bar. With this option you will be able to access various tools Draw, Attributes, Blocks and.. This will allow you to use the tools in this collection.

Features of CADPower plugin:

Easy and convenient software installation

Automatically add the CADPower option to your CAD software

Increase the speed and efficiency of your work

Significantly reduce your errors

Benefit from advanced Polyline Tools

Use Conversion Tools

Use Export Tools

Use Draw Tools

Use Build Tools

Use Annotation Tools

Use Block Tools

Use Text Tools

Use Extended Entity Data Tools

System requirements

Operating Systems

Windows 10

Windows 8/8.1

Windows 7 SP1 or later

Windows Vista

Installation

Read the Readme.txt file in the Crack folder

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Four Dimension Technologies CADPower 21.00
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  • Nutritional Risk Screening 2002, Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire, Malnutrition ScreeningTool, and Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool Are Good Predictors of Nutrition Risk in an Emergency Service.

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    Rabito, Estela Iraci; Marcadenti, Aline; da Silva Fink, Jaqueline; Figueira, Luciane; Silva, Flávia Moraes

    2017-08-01

    There is an international consensus that nutritionscreening be performed at the hospital; however, there is no "best tool" for screening of malnutrition risk in hospitalized patients. To evaluate (1) the accuracy of the MUST (Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool), MST (Malnutrition ScreeningTool), and SNAQ (Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire) in comparison with the NRS-2002 (Nutritional Risk Screening 2002) to identify patients at risk of malnutrition and (2) the ability of these nutritionscreeningtools to predict morbidity and mortality. A specific questionnaire was administered to complete the 4 screeningtools. Outcomes measures included length of hospital stay, transfer to the intensive care unit, presence of infection, and incidence of death. A total of 752 patients were included. The nutrition risk was 29.3%, 37.1%, 33.6%, and 31.3% according to the NRS-2002, MUST, MST, and SNAQ, respectively. All screeningtools showed satisfactory performance to identify patients at nutrition risk (area under the receiver operating characteristic curve between 0.765-0.808). Patients at nutrition risk showed higher risk of very long length of hospital stay as compared with those not at nutrition risk, independent of the tool applied (relative risk, 1.35-1.78). Increased risk of mortality (2.34 times) was detected by the MUST. The MUST, MST, and SNAQ share similar accuracy to the NRS-2002 in identifying risk of malnutrition, and all instruments were positively associated with very long hospital stay. In clinical practice, the 4 tools could be applied, and the choice for one of them should be made per the particularities of the service.

  • Nutritionscreeningtools: an analysis of the evidence.

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    Skipper, Annalynn; Ferguson, Maree; Thompson, Kyle; Castellanos, Victoria H; Porcari, Judy

    2012-05-01

    In response to questions about tools for nutritionscreening, an evidence analysis project was developed to identify the most valid and reliable nutritionscreeningtools for use in acute care and hospital-based ambulatory care settings. An oversight group defined nutritionscreening and literature search criteria. A trained analyst conducted structured searches of the literature for studies of nutritionscreeningtools according to predetermined criteria. Eleven nutritionscreeningtools designed to detect undernutrition in patients in acute care and hospital-based ambulatory care were identified. Trained analysts evaluated articles for quality using criteria specified by the American Dietetic Association's Evidence Analysis Library. Members of the oversight group assigned quality grades to the tools based on the quality of the supporting evidence, including reliability and validity data. One tool, the NRS-2002, received a grade I, and 4 tools-the Simple Two-Part Tool, the Mini-Nutritional Assessment-Short Form (MNA-SF), the Malnutrition ScreeningTool (MST), and Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST)-received a grade II. The MST was the only tool shown to be both valid and reliable for identifying undernutrition in the settings studied. Thus, validated nutritionscreeningtools that are simple and easy to use are available for application in acute care and hospital-based ambulatory care settings.

  • Simple NutritionScreeningTool for Pediatric Inpatients.

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    White, Melinda; Lawson, Karen; Ramsey, Rebecca; Dennis, Nicole; Hutchinson, Zoe; Soh, Xin Ying; Matsuyama, Misa; Doolan, Annabel; Todd, Alwyn; Elliott, Aoife; Bell, Kristie; Littlewood, Robyn

    2016-03-01

    Pediatric nutrition risk screeningtools are not routinely implemented throughout many hospitals, despite prevalence studies demonstrating malnutrition is common in hospitalized children. Existing tools lack the simplicity of those used to assess nutrition risk in the adult population. This study reports the accuracy of a new, quick, and simple pediatric nutritionscreeningtool (PNST) designed to be used for pediatric inpatients. The pediatric Subjective Global Nutrition Assessment (SGNA) and anthropometric measures were used to develop and assess the validity of 4 simple nutritionscreening questions comprising the PNST. Participants were pediatric inpatients in 2 tertiary pediatric hospitals and 1 regional hospital. Two affirmative answers to the PNST questions were found to maximize the specificity and sensitivity to the pediatric SGNA and body mass index (BMI) z scores for malnutrition in 295 patients. The PNST identified 37.6% of patients as being at nutrition risk, whereas the pediatric SGNA identified 34.2%. The sensitivity and specificity of the PNST compared with the pediatric SGNA were 77.8% and 82.1%, respectively. The sensitivity of the PNST at detecting patients with a BMI z score of less than -2 was 89.3%, and the specificity was 66.2%. Both the PNST and pediatric SGNA were relatively poor at detecting patients who were stunted or overweight, with the sensitivity and specificity being less than 69%. The PNST provides a sensitive, valid, and simpler alternative to existing pediatric nutritionscreeningtools such as ScreeningTool for the Assessment of Malnutrition in Pediatrics (STAMP), ScreeningTool Risk on Nutritional status and Growth (STRONGkids), and Paediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score (PYMS) to ensure the early detection of hospitalized children at nutrition risk. © 2014 American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.

  • [Validation of a nutritionalscreeningtool for hospitalized pediatric patients].

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    Lama More, R A; Moráis López, A; Herrero Álvarez, M; Caraballo Chicano, S; Galera Martínez, R; López Ruzafa, E; Rodríguez Martínez, G; de la Mano Hernández, A; Rivero de la Rosa, M C

    2012-01-01

    Malnutrition among hospitalized patients has clinical implications, and interest has arisen to find screeningtools able to identify subjects under risk. At present, there is no consensus about the most suitable nutritionscreeningtool for pediatric patients. To validate STAMP (ScreeningTool for the Assessment of Malnutrition in Pediatrics) pediatric screeningtool in Spain. Descriptive cross-sectional study of patients admitted to a 3rd level children's hospital with both medical and surgical specialities. During the first 24 hours of admission, STAMP screeningtool was applied. For its validation, results were compared with those obtained from a nutritional assessment performed by specialist staff, which included clinical, anthropometric and body composition data. A sample of 250 children was studied. Nutritional assessment identified 64 patients (25.6%) under risk, 40 of whom were malnourished (16%). STAMP classified 48.4% of the patients as being under nutritional risk. This tool showed 75% sensitivity and 60.8% specificity when identifying patients under risk according to nutritional assessment. It showed 90% sensitivity and 59.5% specificity when identifying malnourished patients. Malnutrition was less frequent than that reported in other European countries, although diagnosis technique was different. STAMP is a simple and useful tool for nutritionalscreening, avoiding the need to assess all patients on admission in order to identify those under nutritional risk.

  • Nutritionscreeningtools: does one size fit all? A systematic review of screeningtools for the hospital setting.

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    van Bokhorst-de van der Schueren, Marian A E; Guaitoli, Patrícia Realino; Jansma, Elise P; de Vet, Henrica C W

    2014-02-01

    Numerous nutritionscreeningtools for the hospital setting have been developed. The aim of this systematic review is to study construct or criterion validity and predictive validity of nutritionscreeningtools for the general hospital setting. A systematic review of English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch articles identified via MEDLINE, Cinahl and EMBASE (from inception to the 2nd of February 2012). Additional studies were identified by checking reference lists of identified manuscripts. Search terms included key words for malnutrition, screening or assessment instruments, and terms for hospital setting and adults. Data were extracted independently by 2 authors. Only studies expressing the (construct, criterion or predictive) validity of a tool were included. 83 studies (32 screeningtools) were identified: 42 studies on construct or criterion validity versus a reference method and 51 studies on predictive validity on outcome (i.e. length of stay, mortality or complications). None of the tools performed consistently well to establish the patients' nutritional status. For the elderly, MNA performed fair to good, for the adults MUST performed fair to good. SGA, NRS-2002 and MUST performed well in predicting outcome in approximately half of the studies reviewed in adults, but not in older patients. Not one single screening or assessment tool is capable of adequate nutritionscreening as well as predicting poor nutrition related outcome. Development of new tools seems redundant and will most probably not lead to new insights. New studies comparing different tools within one patient population are required. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Nutritionalscreeningtools for hospitalized children: methodological considerations.

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    Joosten, Koen F M; Hulst, Jessie M

    2014-02-01

    Children who are admitted to the hospital are at a risk of developing undernutrition, especially children with an underlying disease. High percentages of both acute and chronic undernutrition have been reported in various Western countries for many years. Several nutritionalscreeningtools have been developed for hospitalized children in the last years. This review gives an overview of the nutritionalscreeningtools that are currently available with a focus on their aims, clinical use and validity. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Dietary screeningtool identifies nutritional risk in older adults123

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    Miller, Paige E; Mitchell, Diane C; Hartman, Terryl J; Lawrence, Frank R; Sempos, Christopher T; Smiciklas-Wright, Helen

    2009-01-01

    Background: No rapid methods exist for screening overall dietary intakes in older adults. Objective: The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate a scoring system for a diet screeningtool to identify nutritional risk in community-dwelling older adults. Design: This cross-sectional study in older adults (n = 204) who reside in rural areas examined nutrition status by using an in-person interview, biochemical measures, and four 24-h recalls that included the use of dietary supplements. Results: The dietary screeningtool was able to characterize 3 levels of nutritional risk: at risk, possible risk, and not at risk. Individuals classified as at nutritional risk had significantly lower indicators of diet quality (Healthy Eating Index and Mean Adequacy Ratio) and intakes of protein, most micronutrients, dietary fiber, fruit, and vegetables. The at-risk group had higher intakes of fats and oils and refined grains. The at-risk group also had the lowest serum vitamin B-12, folate, β-cryptoxanthin, lutein, and zeaxanthin concentrations. The not-at-nutritional-risk group had significantly higher lycopene and β-carotene and lower homocysteine and methylmalonic acid concentrations. Conclusion: The dietary screeningtool is a simple and practical tool that can help to detect nutritional risk in older adults. PMID:19458013

  • Validation of a NutritionScreeningTool for Pediatric Patients with Cystic Fibrosis.

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    Souza Dos Santos Simon, Miriam Isabel; Forte, Gabriele Carra; da Silva Pereira, Juliane; da Fonseca Andrade Procianoy, Elenara; Drehmer, Michele

    2016-05-01

    In cystic fibrosis (CF), nutrition diagnosis is of critical relevance because the early identification of nutrition-related compromise enables early, adequate intervention and, consequently, influences patient prognosis. Up to now, there has not been a validated nutritionscreeningtool that takes into consideration clinical variables. To validate a specific nutritional risk screeningtool for patients with CF based on clinical variables, anthropometric parameters, and dietary intake. Cross-sectional study. The nutritionscreeningtool was compared with a risk screeningtool proposed by McDonald and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation criteria. Patients aged 6 to 18 years, with a diagnosis of CF confirmed by two determinations of elevated chloride level in sweat (sweat test) and/or by identification of two CF-associated genetic mutations who were receiving follow-up care through the outpatient clinic of a Cystic Fibrosis Treatment Center. Earlier identification of nutritional risk in CF patients aged 6 to 18 years when a new screeningtool was applied. Agreement among the tested methods was assessed by means of the kappa coefficient for categorical variables. Sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy values were calculated. The significance level was set at 5% (P

  • Accuracy of NutritionalScreeningTools in Assessing the Risk of Undernutrition in Hospitalized Children.

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    Huysentruyt, Koen; Devreker, Thierry; Dejonckheere, Joachim; De Schepper, Jean; Vandenplas, Yvan; Cools, Filip

    2015-08-01

    The aim of the present study was to evaluate the predictive accuracy of screeningtools for assessing nutritional risk in hospitalized children in developed countries. The study involved a systematic review of literature (MEDLINE, EMBASE, and Cochrane Central databases up to January 17, 2014) of studies on the diagnostic performance of pediatric nutritionalscreeningtools. Methodological quality was assessed using a modified QUADAS tool. Sensitivity and specificity were calculated for each screeningtool per validation method. A meta-analysis was performed to estimate the risk ratio of different screening result categories of being truly at nutritional risk. A total of 11 studies were included on ≥1 of the following screeningtools: Pediatric Nutritional Risk Score, ScreeningTool for the Assessment of Malnutrition in Paediatrics, Paediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score, and ScreeningTool for Risk on Nutritional Status and Growth. Because of variation in reference standards, a direct comparison of the predictive accuracy of the screeningtools was not possible. A meta-analysis was performed on 1629 children from 7 different studies. The risk ratio of being truly at nutritional risk was 0.349 (95% confidence interval [CI] 0.16-0.78) for children in the low versus moderate screening category and 0.292 (95% CI 0.19-0.44) in the moderate versus high screening category. There is insufficient evidence to choose 1 nutritionalscreeningtool over another based on their predictive accuracy. The estimated risk of being at "true nutritional risk" increases with each category of screening test result. Each screening category should be linked to a specific course of action, although further research is needed.

  • Mini-Nutritional Assessment, Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool, and Nutrition Risk ScreeningTool for the Nutritional Evaluation of Older Nursing Home Residents.

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    Donini, Lorenzo M; Poggiogalle, Eleonora; Molfino, Alessio; Rosano, Aldo; Lenzi, Andrea; Rossi Fanelli, Filippo; Muscaritoli, Maurizio

    2016-10-01

    Malnutrition plays a major role in clinical and functional impairment in older adults. The use of validated, user-friendly and rapid screeningtools for malnutrition in the elderly may improve the diagnosis and, possibly, the prognosis. The aim of this study was to assess the agreement between Mini-Nutritional Assessment (MNA), considered as a reference tool, MNA short form (MNA-SF), Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST), and Nutrition Risk Screening (NRS-2002) in elderly institutionalized participants. Participants were enrolled among nursing home residents and underwent a multidimensional evaluation. Predictive value and survival analysis were performed to compare the nutritional classifications obtained from the different tools. A total of 246 participants (164 women, age: 82.3 ± 9 years, and 82 men, age: 76.5 ± 11 years) were enrolled. Based on MNA, 22.6% of females and 17% of males were classified as malnourished; 56.7% of women and 61% of men were at risk of malnutrition. Agreement between MNA and MUST or NRS-2002 was classified as "fair" (k = 0.270 and 0.291, respectively; P < .001), whereas the agreement between MNA and MNA-SF was classified as "moderate" (k = 0.588; P < .001). Because of the high percentage of false negative participants, MUST and NRS-2002 presented a low overall predictive value compared with MNA and MNA-SF. Clinical parameters were significantly different in false negative participants with MUST or NRS-2002 from true negative and true positive individuals using the reference tool. For all screeningtools, there was a significant association between malnutrition and mortality. MNA showed the best predictive value for survival among well-nourished participants. Functional, psychological, and cognitive parameters, not considered in MUST and NRS-2002 tools, are probably more important risk factors for malnutrition than acute illness in geriatric long-term care inpatient settings and may account for the low predictive

  • Nutritional Risk in Emergency-2017: A New Simplified Proposal for a NutritionScreeningTool.

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    Marcadenti, Aline; Mendes, Larissa Loures; Rabito, Estela Iraci; Fink, Jaqueline da Silva; Silva, Flávia Moraes

    2018-03-13

    There are many nutritionscreeningtools currently being applied in hospitals to identify risk of malnutrition. However, multivariate statistical models are not usually employed to take into account the importance of each variable included in the instrument's development. To develop and evaluate the concurrent and predictive validities of a new screeningtool of nutrition risk. A prospective cohort study was developed, in which 4 nutritionscreeningtools were applied to all patients. Length of stay in hospital and mortality were considered to test the predictive validity, and the concurrent validity was tested by comparing the Nuritional Risk in Emergency (NRE)-2017 to the other tools. A total of 748 patients were included. The final NRE-2017 score was composed of 6 questions (advanced age, metabolic stress of the disease, decreased appetite, changing of food consistency, unintentional weight loss, and muscle mass loss) with answers yes or no. The prevalence of nutrition risk was 50.7% and 38.8% considering the cutoff points 1.0 and 1.5, respectively. The NRE-2017 showed a satisfactory power to indentify risk of malnutrition (area under the curve >0.790 for all analyses). According to the NRE-2017, patients at risk of malnutrition have twice as high relative risk of a very long hospital stay. The hazard ratio for mortality was 2.78 (1.03-7.49) when the cutoff adopted by the NRE-2017 was 1.5 points. NRE-2017 is a new, easy-to-apply nutritionscreeningtool which uses 6 bi-categoric features to detect the risk of malnutrition, and it presented a good concurrent and predictive validity. © 2018 American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.

  • Comparison of two nutritionalscreeningtools to detect nutritional risk in hematologic inpatients.

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    Fiol-Martínez, Lucía; Calleja-Fernández, Alicia; Pintor de la Maza, Begoña; Vidal-Casariego, Alfonso; Villar-Taibo, Rocío; Urioste-Fondo, Ana; Cuervo, Marta; Cano-Rodríguez, Isidoro; Ballesteros-Pomar, María D

    2017-02-01

    The aim of the study was to compare two nutritionalscreeningtools in oncohematologic inpatients. A cross-sectional study was performed in a hematology ward from August to December 2015. Within the first 24 h of admission, the following nutritionalscreenings were performed: Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST), Malnutrition ScreeningTool (MST), and Subjective Global Assessment (SGA). Patients who stayed in the hematologic ward were reevaluated with the three screeningtools 1 and 2 wk after admission. The SGA was used as the gold standard in the detection of malnutrition. Sixty-three patients were included in the study. Of these, 61.9% were men, ages 64 y (SD = 17.9 y) with 90.5% having a diagnosis of cancer. The prevalence of patients with nutritional risk at admission was 17.5% with SGA, 16.7% at week 1, and 31.6% at week 2. According to MST, the prevalence was 41.3% at admission, 13.9% at week 1, and 15.8% at week 2. According to MUST, the prevalence was 36.5%, 25%, and 36.8%, respectively. The results of diagnostic tests on admission were an area under the curve receiver operating characteristic of 0.691 for MST and 0.830 for MUST at admission; at week 1, 0.717 for MST and 0.850 for MUST; and at week 2 of assessment, 0.506 for MST and 0.840 for MUST. MUST might be a better screeningtool than MST for detecting the risk for malnutrition in oncohematological inpatients. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Evaluation of Malnutrition Risk after Liver Transplantation Using the NutritionalScreeningTools

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    Lim, Hee-Sook; Kim, Hyung-Chul; Park, Yoon-Hyung

    2015-01-01

    Malnutrition is a common problem in patients with end-stage liver disease requiring liver transplantation. The aim of this study was to evaluate nutritional status by using nutritionalscreeningtools [Nutritional Risk Screening (NRS) 2002, Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST) and Subjective Global Assessment (SGA)] in patients before and after liver transplantation. We analyzed medical record, blood test, nutrient intake and malnutrition rate just before transplantation and at discharge, and at 3, 6, 12 months after transplantation respectively. Initially 33 patients enrolled as study subjects and finally 28 patients completed the study. Nutrients intake such as energy, fiber, calcium, potassium, vitamin C, and folate were insufficient at 12 months after transplantation. The rates of malnutrition before transplantation were very high, reported at 81.8% for the NRS 2002, 87.9% for the MUST, and 84.8% for the SGA. By 12 months after operation, malnutrition rates reported at NRS, MUST and SGA had decreased to 6.1%, 10.7%, and 10.7%, respectively. Sensitivity was 87.1% for the NRS 2002, 82.0% for the MUST, and 92.0% for the SGA. Of these screeningtools the SGA was the highest sensitive tool that predict the risk of mortality in malnutrition patients who received transplantation. Further studies on nutritional status of patients and proper tools for nutrition intervention are needed to provide adequate nutritional care for patients. PMID:26566519

  • Evaluation of Malnutrition Risk after Liver Transplantation Using the NutritionalScreeningTools.

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    Lim, Hee-Sook; Kim, Hyung-Chul; Park, Yoon-Hyung; Kim, Soon-Kyung

    2015-10-01

    Malnutrition is a common problem in patients with end-stage liver disease requiring liver transplantation. The aim of this study was to evaluate nutritional status by using nutritionalscreeningtools [Nutritional Risk Screening (NRS) 2002, Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST) and Subjective Global Assessment (SGA)] in patients before and after liver transplantation. We analyzed medical record, blood test, nutrient intake and malnutrition rate just before transplantation and at discharge, and at 3, 6, 12 months after transplantation respectively. Initially 33 patients enrolled as study subjects and finally 28 patients completed the study. Nutrients intake such as energy, fiber, calcium, potassium, vitamin C, and folate were insufficient at 12 months after transplantation. The rates of malnutrition before transplantation were very high, reported at 81.8% for the NRS 2002, 87.9% for the MUST, and 84.8% for the SGA. By 12 months after operation, malnutrition rates reported at NRS, MUST and SGA had decreased to 6.1%, 10.7%, and 10.7%, respectively. Sensitivity was 87.1% for the NRS 2002, 82.0% for the MUST, and 92.0% for the SGA. Of these screeningtools the SGA was the highest sensitive tool that predict the risk of mortality in malnutrition patients who received transplantation. Further studies on nutritional status of patients and proper tools for nutrition intervention are needed to provide adequate nutritional care for patients.

  • Evaluation of the efficacy of six nutritionalscreeningtools to predict malnutrition in the elderly.

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    Poulia, Kalliopi-Anna; Yannakoulia, Mary; Karageorgou, Dimitra; Gamaletsou, Maria; Panagiotakos, Demosthenes B; Sipsas, Nikolaos V; Zampelas, Antonis

    2012-06-01

    Malnutrition in the elderly is a multifactorial problem, more prevalent in hospitals and care homes. The absence of a gold standard in evaluating nutritional risk led us to evaluate the efficacy of six nutritionalscreeningtools used in the elderly. Two hundred forty eight elderly patients (129 men, 119 female women, aged 75.2 ± 8.5 years) were examined. Nutritionalscreening was performed on admission using the following tools: Nutritional Risk Index (NRI), Geriatric Nutritional Risk Index (GNRI), Subjective Global Assessment (SGA), Mini Nutritional Assessment - Screening Form (MNA-SF), Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST) and Nutritional Risk Screening 2002 (NRS 2002). A combined index for malnutrition was also calculated. Nutritional risk and/or malnutrition varied greatly, ranging from 47.2 to 97.6%, depending on the nutritionalscreeningtool used. MUST was the most valid screeningtool (validity coefficient = 0.766, CI 95%: 0.690-0.841), while SGA was in better agreement with the combined index (κ = 0.707, p = 0.000). NRS 2002 although was the highest in sensitivity (99.4%), it was the lowest in specificity (6.1%) and positive predictive value (68.2%). MUST seem to be the most valid in the evaluation of the risk for malnutrition in the elderly upon admission to the hospital. NRS 2002 was found to overestimate nutritional risk in the elderly. Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Novel simple and practical nutritionalscreeningtool for cancer inpatients: a pilot study.

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    Zekri, Jamal; Morganti, Julie; Rizvi, Azhar; Sadiq, Bakr Bin; Kerr, Ian; Aslam, Mohamed

    2014-05-01

    There is lack of consensus on how nutritionalscreening and intervention should be provided to cancer patients. Nutritionalscreening and support of cancer patients are not well established in the Middle East. We report our systematic and practical experience led by a qualified specialist dietician in a cancer inpatient setting, using a novel nutritionalscreeningtool. Ninety-seven consecutive inpatients underwent nutritionalscreening and categorised into three nutritional risk groups based on oral intake, gastrointestinal symptoms, body mass index (BMI) and weight loss. Nutritional support was introduced accordingly. Statistical tests used included ANOVA, Bonferroni post hoc, chi-square and log rank tests. Median age was 48 (19-87)years. Patients were categorised into three nutritional risk groups: 55 % low, 37 % intermediate and 8 % high. Nutritional intervention was introduced for 36 % of these patients. Individually, weight, BMI, oral intake, serum albumin on admission and weight loss significantly affected nutritional risk and nutritional intervention (all significant P values). Eighty-seven, 60 and 55 % of patients admitted for chemotherapy, febrile neutropenia and other reasons, respectively, did not require specific nutritional intervention. There was a statistically significant relationship between nutritional risk and nutritional intervention (P=0.005). Significantly more patients were alive at 3 months in low (91 %) than intermediate (75 %) than high (37 %)-risk groups. About a third of cancer inpatients require nutritional intervention. The adopted nutritional risk assessment tool is simple and practical. The validity of this tool is supported by its significant relation with known individual nutritional risk factors. This should be confirmed in larger prospective study and comparing this new tool with other established ones.

  • Evaluation of nutritionalscreeningtools for patients scheduled for cardiac surgery.

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    Lomivorotov, Vladimir V; Efremov, Sergey M; Boboshko, Vladimir A; Nikolaev, Dmitry A; Vedernikov, Pavel E; Lomivorotov, Vladimir N; Karaskov, Alexander M

    2013-02-01

    The aim of this study was to assess the prognostic value of different nutritionalscreeningtools in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass with regard to an adverse clinical course. This prospective cohort study analyzed 894 adult patients who underwent cardiopulmonary bypass. Patients were screened using four nutritionalscreeningtools: Nutritional Risk Screening 2002 (NRS-2002), the Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST), the Mini-Nutritional Assessment (MNA), and the Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire (SNAQ). Nutritional status was assessed using the Subjective Global Assessment. In-hospital mortality, postoperative complications, length of stay in the intensive care unit, and length of hospitalization were analyzed. The sensitivities of the SNAQ, MUST, and NRS-2002 to detect the malnutrition confirmed by the Subjective Global Assessment were 91.5%, 97.9%, and 38.3%, respectively, and the MNA showed a sensitivity of 81.8% for the elderly. Malnutrition detected by the SNAQ, MUST, and NRS-2002 was associated with postoperative complications (odds ratios [ORs] 1.75, 1.98, and 1.82, respectively) and a stay in the intensive care unit longer than 2 d (ORs 1.46, 1.56, and 2.8). Malnutrition as detected by the SNAQ and MUST was also associated with prolonged hospitalization (ORs 1.49 and 1.59). According to multivariate logistic regression analysis, postoperative complications were independently predicted by the European System for Cardiac Operative Risk Evaluation (OR 1.1, P < 0.0001), cardiopulmonary bypass time (OR 1.01, P < 0.0001), and malnutrition identified by the MUST (OR 1.2, P = 0.01). The MUST independently predicts postoperative complications. The SNAQ and MUST have comparable accuracy in detecting malnutrition. Whether preoperative nutritional therapy would improve the outcome in malnourished patients needs to be studied. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Evaluation of nutritionalscreeningtools among patients scheduled for heart valve surgery.

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    Lomivorotov, Vladimir V; Efremov, Sergey M; Boboshko, Vladimir A; Nikolaev, Dmitry A; Vedernikov, Pavel E; Shilova, Anna N; Lomivorotov, Vladimir N; Karaskov, Alexander M

    2013-03-01

    The study aim was to detect the most sensitive nutritionalscreeningtool and to assess its prognostic value with regards to an adverse clinical course in patients with heart valve disease undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB). This prospective cohort study included 441 adult patients who were screened using four nutritionalscreeningtools: Nutritional Risk Screening 2002 (NRS-2002); Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST); Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA); and Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire (SNAQ). Nutritional assessment was performed using a Subjective Global Assessment (SGA). In-hospital mortality, postoperative complications, and duration of hospital stay were each analyzed. With regards to the detection of malnutrition, the sensitivities of MUST, SNAQ, MNA and NRS-2002 were 100%, 92%, 84.6% and 43.6%, respectively. Malnutrition identified by MUST and MNA were associated with postoperative complications (OR 1.63, p = 0.033 and OR 1.6, p = 0.035) and prolonged hospitalization (OR 1.57, p = 0.048 and OR 1.7, p = 0.02). According to multivariate logistic regression analysis, along with well-known age and duration of CPB, malnutrition identified by MUST and MNA was associated with a risk of development of complications (OR 1.6, p = 0.049 and OR 1.6, p = 0.04, respectively). The sensitivities of SNAQ, MUST, NRS-2002 and MNA with regards to postoperative complications were 26.8%, 28.8%, 10%, and 31.6%, respectively. The MUST tool is preferable with regards to the detection of malnutrition. Both, MUST and MNA independently predicted postoperative complications. SNAQ and NRS-2002 proved insensitive with regards to the postoperative course among patients with heart valve disease who were scheduled for cardiothoracic surgery.

  • Evaluation of the nutritionscreeningtool for childhood cancer (SCAN).

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    Murphy, Alexia J; White, Melinda; Viani, Karina; Mosby, Terezie T

    2016-02-01

    Malnutrition is a serious concern for children with cancer and nutritionscreening may offer a simple alternative to nutrition assessment for identifying children with cancer who are at risk of malnutrition. The present paper aimed to evaluate the nutritionscreeningtool for childhood cancer (SCAN). SCAN was developed after an extensive review of currently available tools and published screening recommendation, consideration of pediatric oncology nutrition guidelines, piloting questions, and consulting with members of International Pediatric Oncology Nutrition Group. In Study 1, the accuracy and validity of SCAN against pediatric subjective global nutrition assessment (pediatric SGNA) was determined. In Study 2, subjects were classified as 'at risk of malnutrition' and 'not at risk of malnutrition' according to SCAN and measures of height, weight, body mass index (BMI) and body composition were compared between the groups. The validation of SCAN against pediatric SGNA showed SCAN had 'excellent' accuracy (0.90, 95% CI 0.78-1.00; p < 0.001), 100% sensitivity, 39% specificity, 56% positive predictive value and 100% negative predictive value. When subjects in Study 2 were classified into 'at risk of malnutrition' and 'not at risk of malnutrition' according to SCAN, the 'at risk of malnutrition' group had significantly lower values for weight Z score (p = 0.001), BMI Z score (p = 0.001) and fat mass index (FMI) (p = 0.04), than the 'not at risk of malnutrition' group. This study shows that SCAN is a simple, quick and valid tool which can be used to identify children with cancer who are at risk of malnutrition. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Is the presence of a validated malnutrition screeningtool associated with better nutritional care in hospitalized patients?

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    Eglseer, Doris; Halfens, Ruud J G; Lohrmann, Christa

    2017-05-01

    The aims of this study were to evaluate the association between the use of clinical guidelines and the use of validated screeningtools, evaluate the nutritionalscreening policy in hospitals, and examine the association between the use of validated screeningtools and the prevalence of malnutrition and nutritional interventions in hospitalized patients. This was a cross-sectional, multicenter study. Data were collected using a standardized questionnaire on three levels: institution (presence of a guideline for malnutrition), department (use of a validated screeningtool), and patient (e.g., malnutrition prevalence). In all, 53 hospitals with 5255 patients participated. About 45% of the hospitals indicated that they have guidelines for malnutrition. Of the departments surveyed, 38.6% used validated screeningtools as part of a standard procedure. The nutritional status of 74.5% of the patients was screened during admission, mostly on the basis of clinical observation and patient weight. A validated screeningtool was used for 21.2% of the patients. Significant differences between wards with and without validated screeningtools were found with regard to malnutrition prevalence (P = 0.002) and the following interventions: referral to a dietitian (P < 0.001), provision of energy-enriched snacks (P = 0.038), adjustment of consistency (food/drinks; P = 0.004), monitoring of the nutritional intake (P = 0.001), and adjustment of the meal ambiance (P < 0.001). Nutritionalscreening with validated tools in hospitalized patients remains poor. Generally, the nutritional status of patients is screened with unreliable parameters such as clinical observation and body mass index. The results of the present study suggest that the use of validated malnutrition screeningtools is associated with better nutritional care and lower malnutrition prevalence rates in hospitalized patients. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • Nutritional Risk Screening 2002, Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire, Malnutrition ScreeningTool, and Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool Are Good Predictors of Nutrition Risk in an Emergency Service.

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    Rabito, Estela Iraci; Marcadenti, Aline; da Silva Fink, Jaqueline; Figueira, Luciane; Silva, Flávia Moraes

    2017-08-01

    There is an international consensus that nutritionscreening be performed at the hospital; however, there is no "best tool" for screening of malnutrition risk in hospitalized patients. To evaluate (1) the accuracy of the MUST (Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool), MST (Malnutrition ScreeningTool), and SNAQ (Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire) in comparison with the NRS-2002 (Nutritional Risk Screening 2002) to identify patients at risk of malnutrition and (2) the ability of these nutritionscreeningtools to predict morbidity and mortality. A specific questionnaire was administered to complete the 4 screeningtools. Outcomes measures included length of hospital stay, transfer to the intensive care unit, presence of infection, and incidence of death. A total of 752 patients were included. The nutrition risk was 29.3%, 37.1%, 33.6%, and 31.3% according to the NRS-2002, MUST, MST, and SNAQ, respectively. All screeningtools showed satisfactory performance to identify patients at nutrition risk (area under the receiver operating characteristic curve between 0.765-0.808). Patients at nutrition risk showed higher risk of very long length of hospital stay as compared with those not at nutrition risk, independent of the tool applied (relative risk, 1.35-1.78). Increased risk of mortality (2.34 times) was detected by the MUST. The MUST, MST, and SNAQ share similar accuracy to the NRS-2002 in identifying risk of malnutrition, and all instruments were positively associated with very long hospital stay. In clinical practice, the 4 tools could be applied, and the choice for one of them should be made per the particularities of the service.

  • Nutritionscreeningtools: an analysis of the evidence.

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    Skipper, Annalynn; Ferguson, Maree; Thompson, Kyle; Castellanos, Victoria H; Porcari, Judy

    2012-05-01

    In response to questions about tools for nutritionscreening, an evidence analysis project was developed to identify the most valid and reliable nutritionscreeningtools for use in acute care and hospital-based ambulatory care settings. An oversight group defined nutritionscreening and literature search criteria. A trained analyst conducted structured searches of the literature for studies of nutritionscreeningtools according to predetermined criteria. Eleven nutritionscreeningtools designed to detect undernutrition in patients in acute care and hospital-based ambulatory care were identified. Trained analysts evaluated articles for quality using criteria specified by the American Dietetic Association's Evidence Analysis Library. Members of the oversight group assigned quality grades to the tools based on the quality of the supporting evidence, including reliability and validity data. One tool, the NRS-2002, received a grade I, and 4 tools-the Simple Two-Part Tool, the Mini-Nutritional Assessment-Short Form (MNA-SF), the Malnutrition ScreeningTool (MST), and Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST)-received a grade II. The MST was the only tool shown to be both valid and reliable for identifying undernutrition in the settings studied. Thus, validated nutritionscreeningtools that are simple and easy to use are available for application in acute care and hospital-based ambulatory care settings.

  • Simple NutritionScreeningTool for Pediatric Inpatients.

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    White, Melinda; Lawson, Karen; Ramsey, Rebecca; Dennis, Nicole; Hutchinson, Zoe; Soh, Xin Ying; Matsuyama, Misa; Doolan, Annabel; Todd, Alwyn; Elliott, Aoife; Bell, Kristie; Littlewood, Robyn

    2016-03-01

    Pediatric nutrition risk screeningtools are not routinely implemented throughout many hospitals, despite prevalence studies demonstrating malnutrition is common in hospitalized children. Existing tools lack the simplicity of those used to assess nutrition risk in the adult population. This study reports the accuracy of a new, quick, and simple pediatric nutritionscreeningtool (PNST) designed to be used for pediatric inpatients. The pediatric Subjective Global Nutrition Assessment (SGNA) and anthropometric measures were used to develop and assess the validity of 4 simple nutritionscreening questions comprising the PNST. Participants were pediatric inpatients in 2 tertiary pediatric hospitals and 1 regional hospital. Two affirmative answers to the PNST questions were found to maximize the specificity and sensitivity to the pediatric SGNA and body mass index (BMI) z scores for malnutrition in 295 patients. The PNST identified 37.6% of patients as being at nutrition risk, whereas the pediatric SGNA identified 34.2%. The sensitivity and specificity of the PNST compared with the pediatric SGNA were 77.8% and 82.1%, respectively. The sensitivity of the PNST at detecting patients with a BMI z score of less than -2 was 89.3%, and the specificity was 66.2%. Both the PNST and pediatric SGNA were relatively poor at detecting patients who were stunted or overweight, with the sensitivity and specificity being less than 69%. The PNST provides a sensitive, valid, and simpler alternative to existing pediatric nutritionscreeningtools such as ScreeningTool for the Assessment of Malnutrition in Pediatrics (STAMP), ScreeningTool Risk on Nutritional status and Growth (STRONGkids), and Paediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score (PYMS) to ensure the early detection of hospitalized children at nutrition risk. © 2014 American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.

  • [Validation of a nutritionalscreeningtool for hospitalized pediatric patients].

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    Lama More, R A; Moráis López, A; Herrero Álvarez, M; Caraballo Chicano, S; Galera Martínez, R; López Ruzafa, E; Rodríguez Martínez, G; de la Mano Hernández, A; Rivero de la Rosa, M C

    2012-01-01

    Malnutrition among hospitalized patients has clinical implications, and interest has arisen to find screeningtools able to identify subjects under risk. At present, there is no consensus about the most suitable nutritionscreeningtool for pediatric patients. To validate STAMP (ScreeningTool for the Assessment of Malnutrition in Pediatrics) pediatric screeningtool in Spain. Descriptive cross-sectional study of patients admitted to a 3rd level children's hospital with both medical and surgical specialities. During the first 24 hours of admission, STAMP screeningtool was applied. For its validation, results were compared with those obtained from a nutritional assessment performed by specialist staff, which included clinical, anthropometric and body composition data. A sample of 250 children was studied. Nutritional assessment identified 64 patients (25.6%) under risk, 40 of whom were malnourished (16%). STAMP classified 48.4% of the patients as being under nutritional risk. This tool showed 75% sensitivity and 60.8% specificity when identifying patients under risk according to nutritional assessment. It showed 90% sensitivity and 59.5% specificity when identifying malnourished patients. Malnutrition was less frequent than that reported in other European countries, although diagnosis technique was different. STAMP is a simple and useful tool for nutritionalscreening, avoiding the need to assess all patients on admission in order to identify those under nutritional risk.

  • Nutritionscreeningtools: does one size fit all? A systematic review of screeningtools for the hospital setting.

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    van Bokhorst-de van der Schueren, Marian A E; Guaitoli, Patrícia Realino; Jansma, Elise P; de Vet, Henrica C W

    2014-02-01

    Numerous nutritionscreeningtools for the hospital setting have been developed. The aim of this systematic review is to study construct or criterion validity and predictive validity of nutritionscreeningtools for the general hospital setting. A systematic review of English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch articles identified via MEDLINE, Cinahl and EMBASE (from inception to the 2nd of February 2012). Additional studies were identified by checking reference lists of identified manuscripts. Search terms included key words for malnutrition, screening or assessment instruments, and terms for hospital setting and adults. Data were extracted independently by 2 authors. Only studies expressing the (construct, criterion or predictive) validity of a tool were included. 83 studies (32 screeningtools) were identified: 42 studies on construct or criterion validity versus a reference method and 51 studies on predictive validity on outcome (i.e. length of stay, mortality or complications). None of the tools performed consistently well to establish the patients' nutritional status. For the elderly, MNA performed fair to good, for the adults MUST performed fair to good. SGA, NRS-2002 and MUST performed well in predicting outcome in approximately half of the studies reviewed in adults, but not in older patients. Not one single screening or assessment tool is capable of adequate nutritionscreening as well as predicting poor nutrition related outcome. Development of new tools seems redundant and will most probably not lead to new insights. New studies comparing different tools within one patient population are required. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Nutritionalscreeningtools for hospitalized children: methodological considerations.

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    Joosten, Koen F M; Hulst, Jessie M

    2014-02-01

    Children who are admitted to the hospital are at a risk of developing undernutrition, especially children with an underlying disease. High percentages of both acute and chronic undernutrition have been reported in various Western countries for many years. Several nutritionalscreeningtools have been developed for hospitalized children in the last years. This review gives an overview of the nutritionalscreeningtools that are currently available with a focus on their aims, clinical use and validity. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Dietary screeningtool identifies nutritional risk in older adults123

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    Miller, Paige E; Mitchell, Diane C; Hartman, Terryl J; Lawrence, Frank R; Sempos, Christopher T; Smiciklas-Wright, Helen

    2009-01-01

    Background: No rapid methods exist for screening overall dietary intakes in older adults. Objective: The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate a scoring system for a diet screeningtool to identify nutritional risk in community-dwelling older adults. Design: This cross-sectional study in older adults (n = 204) who reside in rural areas examined nutrition status by using an in-person interview, biochemical measures, and four 24-h recalls that included the use of dietary supplements. Results: The dietary screeningtool was able to characterize 3 levels of nutritional risk: at risk, possible risk, and not at risk. Individuals classified as at nutritional risk had significantly lower indicators of diet quality (Healthy Eating Index and Mean Adequacy Ratio) and intakes of protein, most micronutrients, dietary fiber, fruit, and vegetables. The at-risk group had higher intakes of fats and oils and refined grains. The at-risk group also had the lowest serum vitamin B-12, folate, β-cryptoxanthin, lutein, and zeaxanthin concentrations. The not-at-nutritional-risk group had significantly higher lycopene and β-carotene and lower homocysteine and methylmalonic acid concentrations. Conclusion: The dietary screeningtool is a simple and practical tool that can help to detect nutritional risk in older adults. PMID:19458013

  • Validation of a NutritionScreeningTool for Pediatric Patients with Cystic Fibrosis.

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    Souza Dos Santos Simon, Miriam Isabel; Forte, Gabriele Carra; da Silva Pereira, Juliane; da Fonseca Andrade Procianoy, Elenara; Drehmer, Michele

    2016-05-01

    In cystic fibrosis (CF), nutrition diagnosis is of critical relevance because the early identification of nutrition-related compromise enables early, adequate intervention and, consequently, influences patient prognosis. Up to now, there has not been a validated nutritionscreeningtool that takes into consideration clinical variables. To validate a specific nutritional risk screeningtool for patients with CF based on clinical variables, anthropometric parameters, and dietary intake. Cross-sectional study. The nutritionscreeningtool was compared with a risk screeningtool proposed by McDonald and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation criteria. Patients aged 6 to 18 years, with a diagnosis of CF confirmed by two determinations of elevated chloride level in sweat (sweat test) and/or by identification of two CF-associated genetic mutations who were receiving follow-up care through the outpatient clinic of a Cystic Fibrosis Treatment Center. Earlier identification of nutritional risk in CF patients aged 6 to 18 years when a new screeningtool was applied. Agreement among the tested methods was assessed by means of the kappa coefficient for categorical variables. Sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy values were calculated. The significance level was set at 5% (P

  • Accuracy of NutritionalScreeningTools in Assessing the Risk of Undernutrition in Hospitalized Children.

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    Huysentruyt, Koen; Devreker, Thierry; Dejonckheere, Joachim; De Schepper, Jean; Vandenplas, Yvan; Cools, Filip

    2015-08-01

    The aim of the present study was to evaluate the predictive accuracy of screeningtools for assessing nutritional risk in hospitalized children in developed countries. The study involved a systematic review of literature (MEDLINE, EMBASE, and Cochrane Central databases up to January 17, 2014) of studies on the diagnostic performance of pediatric nutritionalscreeningtools. Methodological quality was assessed using a modified QUADAS tool. Sensitivity and specificity were calculated for each screeningtool per validation method. A meta-analysis was performed to estimate the risk ratio of different screening result categories of being truly at nutritional risk. A total of 11 studies were included on ≥1 of the following screeningtools: Pediatric Nutritional Risk Score, ScreeningTool for the Assessment of Malnutrition in Paediatrics, Paediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score, and ScreeningTool for Risk on Nutritional Status and Growth. Because of variation in reference standards, a direct comparison of the predictive accuracy of the screeningtools was not possible. A meta-analysis was performed on 1629 children from 7 different studies. The risk ratio of being truly at nutritional risk was 0.349 (95% confidence interval [CI] 0.16-0.78) for children in the low versus moderate screening category and 0.292 (95% CI 0.19-0.44) in the moderate versus high screening category. There is insufficient evidence to choose 1 nutritionalscreeningtool over another based on their predictive accuracy. The estimated risk of being at "true nutritional risk" increases with each category of screening test result. Each screening category should be linked to a specific course of action, although further research is needed.

  • Mini-Nutritional Assessment, Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool, and Nutrition Risk ScreeningTool for the Nutritional Evaluation of Older Nursing Home Residents.

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    Donini, Lorenzo M; Poggiogalle, Eleonora; Molfino, Alessio; Rosano, Aldo; Lenzi, Andrea; Rossi Fanelli, Filippo; Muscaritoli, Maurizio

    2016-10-01

    Malnutrition plays a major role in clinical and functional impairment in older adults. The use of validated, user-friendly and rapid screeningtools for malnutrition in the elderly may improve the diagnosis and, possibly, the prognosis. The aim of this study was to assess the agreement between Mini-Nutritional Assessment (MNA), considered as a reference tool, MNA short form (MNA-SF), Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST), and Nutrition Risk Screening (NRS-2002) in elderly institutionalized participants. Participants were enrolled among nursing home residents and underwent a multidimensional evaluation. Predictive value and survival analysis were performed to compare the nutritional classifications obtained from the different tools. A total of 246 participants (164 women, age: 82.3 ± 9 years, and 82 men, age: 76.5 ± 11 years) were enrolled. Based on MNA, 22.6% of females and 17% of males were classified as malnourished; 56.7% of women and 61% of men were at risk of malnutrition. Agreement between MNA and MUST or NRS-2002 was classified as "fair" (k = 0.270 and 0.291, respectively; P < .001), whereas the agreement between MNA and MNA-SF was classified as "moderate" (k = 0.588; P < .001). Because of the high percentage of false negative participants, MUST and NRS-2002 presented a low overall predictive value compared with MNA and MNA-SF. Clinical parameters were significantly different in false negative participants with MUST or NRS-2002 from true negative and true positive individuals using the reference tool. For all screeningtools, there was a significant association between malnutrition and mortality. MNA showed the best predictive value for survival among well-nourished participants. Functional, psychological, and cognitive parameters, not considered in MUST and NRS-2002 tools, are probably more important risk factors for malnutrition than acute illness in geriatric long-term care inpatient settings and may account for the low predictive

  • Nutritional Risk in Emergency-2017: A New Simplified Proposal for a NutritionScreeningTool.

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    Marcadenti, Aline; Mendes, Larissa Loures; Rabito, Estela Iraci; Fink, Jaqueline da Silva; Silva, Flávia Moraes

    2018-03-13

    There are many nutritionscreeningtools currently being applied in hospitals to identify risk of malnutrition. However, multivariate statistical models are not usually employed to take into account the importance of each variable included in the instrument's development. To develop and evaluate the concurrent and predictive validities of a new screeningtool of nutrition risk. A prospective cohort study was developed, in which 4 nutritionscreeningtools were applied to all patients. Length of stay in hospital and mortality were considered to test the predictive validity, and the concurrent validity was tested by comparing the Nuritional Risk in Emergency (NRE)-2017 to the other tools. A total of 748 patients were included. The final NRE-2017 score was composed of 6 questions (advanced age, metabolic stress of the disease, decreased appetite, changing of food consistency, unintentional weight loss, and muscle mass loss) with answers yes or no. The prevalence of nutrition risk was 50.7% and 38.8% considering the cutoff points 1.0 and 1.5, respectively. The NRE-2017 showed a satisfactory power to indentify risk of malnutrition (area under the curve >0.790 for all analyses). According to the NRE-2017, patients at risk of malnutrition have twice as high relative risk of a very long hospital stay. The hazard ratio for mortality was 2.78 (1.03-7.49) when the cutoff adopted by the NRE-2017 was 1.5 points. NRE-2017 is a new, easy-to-apply nutritionscreeningtool which uses 6 bi-categoric features to detect the risk of malnutrition, and it presented a good concurrent and predictive validity. © 2018 American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.

  • Comparison of two nutritionalscreeningtools to detect nutritional risk in hematologic inpatients.

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    Fiol-Martínez, Lucía; Calleja-Fernández, Alicia; Pintor de la Maza, Begoña; Vidal-Casariego, Alfonso; Villar-Taibo, Rocío; Urioste-Fondo, Ana; Cuervo, Marta; Cano-Rodríguez, Isidoro; Ballesteros-Pomar, María D

    2017-02-01

    The aim of the study was to compare two nutritionalscreeningtools in oncohematologic inpatients. A cross-sectional study was performed in a hematology ward from August to December 2015. Within the first 24 h of admission, the following nutritionalscreenings were performed: Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST), Malnutrition ScreeningTool (MST), and Subjective Global Assessment (SGA). Patients who stayed in the hematologic ward were reevaluated with the three screeningtools 1 and 2 wk after admission. The SGA was used as the gold standard in the detection of malnutrition. Sixty-three patients were included in the study. Of these, 61.9% were men, ages 64 y (SD = 17.9 y) with 90.5% having a diagnosis of cancer. The prevalence of patients with nutritional risk at admission was 17.5% with SGA, 16.7% at week 1, and 31.6% at week 2. According to MST, the prevalence was 41.3% at admission, 13.9% at week 1, and 15.8% at week 2. According to MUST, the prevalence was 36.5%, 25%, and 36.8%, respectively. The results of diagnostic tests on admission were an area under the curve receiver operating characteristic of 0.691 for MST and 0.830 for MUST at admission; at week 1, 0.717 for MST and 0.850 for MUST; and at week 2 of assessment, 0.506 for MST and 0.840 for MUST. MUST might be a better screeningtool than MST for detecting the risk for malnutrition in oncohematological inpatients. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Evaluation of Malnutrition Risk after Liver Transplantation Using the NutritionalScreeningTools

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    Lim, Hee-Sook; Kim, Hyung-Chul; Park, Yoon-Hyung

    2015-01-01

    Malnutrition is a common problem in patients with end-stage liver disease requiring liver transplantation. The aim of this study was to evaluate nutritional status by using nutritionalscreeningtools [Nutritional Risk Screening (NRS) 2002, Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST) and Subjective Global Assessment (SGA)] in patients before and after liver transplantation. We analyzed medical record, blood test, nutrient intake and malnutrition rate just before transplantation and at discharge, and at 3, 6, 12 months after transplantation respectively. Initially 33 patients enrolled as study subjects and finally 28 patients completed the study. Nutrients intake such as energy, fiber, calcium, potassium, vitamin C, and folate were insufficient at 12 months after transplantation. The rates of malnutrition before transplantation were very high, reported at 81.8% for the NRS 2002, 87.9% for the MUST, and 84.8% for the SGA. By 12 months after operation, malnutrition rates reported at NRS, MUST and SGA had decreased to 6.1%, 10.7%, and 10.7%, respectively. Sensitivity was 87.1% for the NRS 2002, 82.0% for the MUST, and 92.0% for the SGA. Of these screeningtools the SGA was the highest sensitive tool that predict the risk of mortality in malnutrition patients who received transplantation. Further studies on nutritional status of patients and proper tools for nutrition intervention are needed to provide adequate nutritional care for patients. PMID:26566519

  • Evaluation of Malnutrition Risk after Liver Transplantation Using the NutritionalScreeningTools.

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    Lim, Hee-Sook; Kim, Hyung-Chul; Park, Yoon-Hyung; Kim, Soon-Kyung

    2015-10-01

    Malnutrition is a common problem in patients with end-stage liver disease requiring liver transplantation. The aim of this study was to evaluate nutritional status by using nutritionalscreeningtools [Nutritional Risk Screening (NRS) 2002, Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST) and Subjective Global Assessment (SGA)] in patients before and after liver transplantation. We analyzed medical record, blood test, nutrient intake and malnutrition rate just before transplantation and at discharge, and at 3, 6, 12 months after transplantation respectively. Initially 33 patients enrolled as study subjects and finally 28 patients completed the study. Nutrients intake such as energy, fiber, calcium, potassium, vitamin C, and folate were insufficient at 12 months after transplantation. The rates of malnutrition before transplantation were very high, reported at 81.8% for the NRS 2002, 87.9% for the MUST, and 84.8% for the SGA. By 12 months after operation, malnutrition rates reported at NRS, MUST and SGA had decreased to 6.1%, 10.7%, and 10.7%, respectively. Sensitivity was 87.1% for the NRS 2002, 82.0% for the MUST, and 92.0% for the SGA. Of these screeningtools the SGA was the highest sensitive tool that predict the risk of mortality in malnutrition patients who received transplantation. Further studies on nutritional status of patients and proper tools for nutrition intervention are needed to provide adequate nutritional care for patients.

  • Evaluation of the efficacy of six nutritionalscreeningtools to predict malnutrition in the elderly.

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    Poulia, Kalliopi-Anna; Yannakoulia, Mary; Karageorgou, Dimitra; Gamaletsou, Maria; Panagiotakos, Demosthenes B; Sipsas, Nikolaos V; Zampelas, Antonis

    2012-06-01

    Malnutrition in the elderly is a multifactorial problem, more prevalent in hospitals and care homes. The absence of a gold standard in evaluating nutritional risk led us to evaluate the efficacy of six nutritionalscreeningtools used in the elderly. Two hundred forty eight elderly patients (129 men, 119 female women, aged 75.2 ± 8.5 years) were examined. Nutritionalscreening was performed on admission using the following tools: Nutritional Risk Index (NRI), Geriatric Nutritional Risk Index (GNRI), Subjective Global Assessment (SGA), Mini Nutritional Assessment - Screening Form (MNA-SF), Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST) and Nutritional Risk Screening 2002 (NRS 2002). A combined index for malnutrition was also calculated. Nutritional risk and/or malnutrition varied greatly, ranging from 47.2 to 97.6%, depending on the nutritionalscreeningtool used. MUST was the most valid screeningtool (validity coefficient = 0.766, CI 95%: 0.690-0.841), while SGA was in better agreement with the combined index (κ = 0.707, p = 0.000). NRS 2002 although was the highest in sensitivity (99.4%), it was the lowest in specificity (6.1%) and positive predictive value (68.2%). MUST seem to be the most valid in the evaluation of the risk for malnutrition in the elderly upon admission to the hospital. NRS 2002 was found to overestimate nutritional risk in the elderly. Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Novel simple and practical nutritionalscreeningtool for cancer inpatients: a pilot study.

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    Zekri, Jamal; Morganti, Julie; Rizvi, Azhar; Sadiq, Bakr Bin; Kerr, Ian; Aslam, Mohamed

    2014-05-01

    There is lack of consensus on how nutritionalscreening and intervention should be provided to cancer patients. Nutritionalscreening and support of cancer patients are not well established in the Middle East. We report our systematic and practical experience led by a qualified specialist dietician in a cancer inpatient setting, using a novel nutritionalscreeningtool. Ninety-seven consecutive inpatients underwent nutritionalscreening and categorised into three nutritional risk groups based on oral intake, gastrointestinal symptoms, body mass index (BMI) and weight loss. Nutritional support was introduced accordingly. Statistical tests used included ANOVA, Bonferroni post hoc, chi-square and log rank tests. Median age was 48 (19-87)years. Patients were categorised into three nutritional risk groups: 55 % low, 37 % intermediate and 8 % high. Nutritional intervention was introduced for 36 % of these patients. Individually, weight, BMI, oral intake, serum albumin on admission and weight loss significantly affected nutritional risk and nutritional intervention (all significant P values). Eighty-seven, 60 and 55 % of patients admitted for chemotherapy, febrile neutropenia and other reasons, respectively, did not require specific nutritional intervention. There was a statistically significant relationship between nutritional risk and nutritional intervention (P=0.005). Significantly more patients were alive at 3 months in low (91 %) than intermediate (75 %) than high (37 %)-risk groups. About a third of cancer inpatients require nutritional intervention. The adopted nutritional risk assessment tool is simple and practical. The validity of this tool is supported by its significant relation with known individual nutritional risk factors. This should be confirmed in larger prospective study and comparing this new tool with other established ones.

  • Evaluation of nutritionalscreeningtools for patients scheduled for cardiac surgery.

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    Lomivorotov, Vladimir V; Efremov, Sergey M; Boboshko, Vladimir A; Nikolaev, Dmitry A; Vedernikov, Pavel E; Lomivorotov, Vladimir N; Karaskov, Alexander M

    2013-02-01

    The aim of this study was to assess the prognostic value of different nutritionalscreeningtools in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass with regard to an adverse clinical course. This prospective cohort study analyzed 894 adult patients who underwent cardiopulmonary bypass. Patients were screened using four nutritionalscreeningtools: Nutritional Risk Screening 2002 (NRS-2002), the Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST), the Mini-Nutritional Assessment (MNA), and the Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire (SNAQ). Nutritional status was assessed using the Subjective Global Assessment. In-hospital mortality, postoperative complications, length of stay in the intensive care unit, and length of hospitalization were analyzed. The sensitivities of the SNAQ, MUST, and NRS-2002 to detect the malnutrition confirmed by the Subjective Global Assessment were 91.5%, 97.9%, and 38.3%, respectively, and the MNA showed a sensitivity of 81.8% for the elderly. Malnutrition detected by the SNAQ, MUST, and NRS-2002 was associated with postoperative complications (odds ratios [ORs] 1.75, 1.98, and 1.82, respectively) and a stay in the intensive care unit longer than 2 d (ORs 1.46, 1.56, and 2.8). Malnutrition as detected by the SNAQ and MUST was also associated with prolonged hospitalization (ORs 1.49 and 1.59). According to multivariate logistic regression analysis, postoperative complications were independently predicted by the European System for Cardiac Operative Risk Evaluation (OR 1.1, P < 0.0001), cardiopulmonary bypass time (OR 1.01, P < 0.0001), and malnutrition identified by the MUST (OR 1.2, P = 0.01). The MUST independently predicts postoperative complications. The SNAQ and MUST have comparable accuracy in detecting malnutrition. Whether preoperative nutritional therapy would improve the outcome in malnourished patients needs to be studied. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Evaluation of nutritionalscreeningtools among patients scheduled for heart valve surgery.

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    Lomivorotov, Vladimir V; Efremov, Sergey M; Boboshko, Vladimir A; Nikolaev, Dmitry A; Vedernikov, Pavel E; Shilova, Anna N; Lomivorotov, Vladimir N; Karaskov, Alexander M

    2013-03-01

    The study aim was to detect the most sensitive nutritionalscreeningtool and to assess its prognostic value with regards to an adverse clinical course in patients with heart valve disease undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB). This prospective cohort study included 441 adult patients who were screened using four nutritionalscreeningtools: Nutritional Risk Screening 2002 (NRS-2002); Malnutrition Universal ScreeningTool (MUST); Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA); and Short Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire (SNAQ). Nutritional assessment was performed using a Subjective Global Assessment (SGA). In-hospital mortality, postoperative complications, and duration of hospital stay were each analyzed. With regards to the detection of malnutrition, the sensitivities of MUST, SNAQ, MNA and NRS-2002 were 100%, 92%, 84.6% and 43.6%, respectively. Malnutrition identified by MUST and MNA were associated with postoperative complications (OR 1.63, p = 0.033 and OR 1.6, p = 0.035) and prolonged hospitalization (OR 1.57, p = 0.048 and OR 1.7, p = 0.02). According to multivariate logistic regression analysis, along with well-known age and duration of CPB, malnutrition identified by MUST and MNA was associated with a risk of development of complications (OR 1.6, p = 0.049 and OR 1.6, p = 0.04, respectively). The sensitivities of SNAQ, MUST, NRS-2002 and MNA with regards to postoperative complications were 26.8%, 28.8%, 10%, and 31.6%, respectively. The MUST tool is preferable with regards to the detection of malnutrition. Both, MUST and MNA independently predicted postoperative complications. SNAQ and NRS-2002 proved insensitive with regards to the postoperative course among patients with heart valve disease who were scheduled for cardiothoracic surgery.

  • Evaluation of the nutritionscreeningtool for childhood cancer (SCAN).

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    Murphy, Alexia J; White, Melinda; Viani, Karina; Mosby, Terezie T

    2016-02-01

    Malnutrition is a serious concern for children with cancer and nutritionscreening may offer a simple alternative to nutrition assessment for identifying children with cancer who are at risk of malnutrition. The present paper aimed to evaluate the nutritionscreeningtool for childhood cancer (SCAN). SCAN was developed after an extensive review of currently available tools and published screening recommendation, consideration of pediatric oncology nutrition guidelines, piloting questions, and consulting with members of International Pediatric Oncology Nutrition Group. In Study 1, the accuracy and validity of SCAN against pediatric subjective global nutrition assessment (pediatric SGNA) was determined. In Study 2, subjects were classified as 'at risk of malnutrition' and 'not at risk of malnutrition' according to SCAN and measures of height, weight, body mass index (BMI) and body composition were compared between the groups. The validation of SCAN against pediatric SGNA showed SCAN had 'excellent' accuracy (0.90, 95% CI 0.78-1.00; p < 0.001), 100% sensitivity, 39% specificity, 56% positive predictive value and 100% negative predictive value. When subjects in Study 2 were classified into 'at risk of malnutrition' and 'not at risk of malnutrition' according to SCAN, the 'at risk of malnutrition' group had significantly lower values for weight Z score (p = 0.001), BMI Z score (p = 0.001) and fat mass index (FMI) (p = 0.04), than the 'not at risk of malnutrition' group. This study shows that SCAN is a simple, quick and valid tool which can be used to identify children with cancer who are at risk of malnutrition. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

  • Is the presence of a validated malnutrition screeningtool associated with better nutritional care in hospitalized patients?

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    Eglseer, Doris; Halfens, Ruud J G; Lohrmann, Christa

    2017-05-01

    The aims of this study were to evaluate the association between the use of clinical guidelines and the use of validated screeningtools, evaluate the nutritionalscreening policy in hospitals, and examine the association between the use of validated screeningtools and the prevalence of malnutrition and nutritional interventions in hospitalized patients. This was a cross-sectional, multicenter study. Data were collected using a standardized questionnaire on three levels: institution (presence of a guideline for malnutrition), department (use of a validated screeningtool), and patient (e.g., malnutrition prevalence). In all, 53 hospitals with 5255 patients participated. About 45% of the hospitals indicated that they have guidelines for malnutrition. Of the departments surveyed, 38.6% used validated screeningtools as part of a standard procedure. The nutritional status of 74.5% of the patients was screened during admission, mostly on the basis of clinical observation and patient weight. A validated screeningtool was used for 21.2% of the patients. Significant differences between wards with and without validated screeningtools were found with regard to malnutrition prevalence (P = 0.002) and the following interventions: referral to a dietitian (P < 0.001), provision of energy-enriched snacks (P = 0.038), adjustment of consistency (food/drinks; P = 0.004), monitoring of the nutritional intake (P = 0.001), and adjustment of the meal ambiance (P < 0.001). Nutritionalscreening with validated tools in hospitalized patients remains poor. Generally, the nutritional status of patients is screened with unreliable parameters such as clinical observation and body mass index. The results of the present study suggest that the use of validated malnutrition screeningtools is associated with better nutritional care and lower malnutrition prevalence rates in hospitalized patients. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Источник: https://www.science.gov/topicpages/n/nutritional+screening+tool

    Autodesk Vault Pro Server / Client 2020 x64

    Autodesk Vault is a tool for managing data in CAD software. The program integrates with other inverter engineering software , AutoCAD Mechanical, AutoCAD Electrical, Revit , Civil 3D , and helps the design team monitor progress and manage different versions of the project in team environments. This program allows team members to reuse redesigned designs and avoid reworking and reinventing the wheel from scratch. Users can program data such as CAD DWG and DWF files Aynvntvr Parts designed in AutoCAD and save their search. Even program users are able to save and search for non-CAD files such as Word documents , Excel sheets and other file types.

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    AVEVA Review 12.2.0.11 x64

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    Table of Content
    Chapter 1: General ................................................................................................... 8
    GENERAL .......................................................................................................... 9
    DRAWING ENVIRONMENT - WORKING WITH AUTOCAD® (AUTODESK), ZWCAD ®
    (ZWSOFT) ..................................................................................................... 10
    SCREEN DIVISION ............................................................................................ 11
    TOOLBARS ...................................................................................................... 12
    WORKING WITH PROJECTS................................................................................ 13
    PROJECTS NONAME AND PROTOTYPE (RECOVERING OF LOST INFORMATION) ...... 14
    DEALING WITH LAYERS ..................................................................................... 15
    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PICK, LOCATE, SELECT AND UNUSED ............................. 18
    INITIALIZING THE SYSTEM .................................................................................. 19
    DEFINING ROADS W ORK MODES....................................................................... 22
    SAVING THE PROJECT FOR MOVING FROM ONE COMPUTER TO ANOTHER (ZIP) ...... 23
    USING CIVILCAD 10 HELP................................................................................ 25
    Chapter 2: Coordinates database ......................................................................... 26
    COORDINATES DATABASE ................................................................................. 27
    COORDINATES LIST .......................................................................................... 28
    COMMAND BUTTONS CONNECTED TO THE LIST ................................................... 33
    DRAWING COMMANDS AFFECTING THE LIST ........................................................ 40
    WORKING WITH BLOCKS ................................................................................... 43
    Chapter 3 : Working with blocks(code) ................................................................ 45
    WORKING WITH BLOCKS (CODES) ..................................................................... 46
    SETTING WORK MODE IN BLOCKS ...................................................................... 46
    WORKING WITH CODES ..................................................................................... 48
    LOADING A NEW BACKGROUND INTO A PROJECT WITH BLOCKS ............................ 49
    CREATING CODES ............................................................................................ 50
    COMMANDS FROM ‘TOPOGRAPHY CODES’ WINDOW ............................................ 51
    BLOCK IN ROADS .............................................................................................. 52
    DEFINING COLORS IN ‘TEMPLATE’ FILE ............................................................... 53
    Chapter 4: Creating contour lines......................................................................... 54
    CREATING CONTOUR LINES ............................................................................... 55
    START USING ................................................................................................... 55
    BASIC ISSUES AND DEFINING THE RANGE OF CONTOUR LINES .............................. 55
    COMMAND BUTTONS FROM THE CONTOURS WINDOW:......................................... 59
    SETTING OPTIONS ............................................................................................ 60
    CONTOUR LINES LAYERS .................................................................................. 60
    PROCESSING POINTS TO CREATE CONTOUR LINES.............................................. 62
    BREAKLINES .................................................................................................... 63
    Chapter 5: Lines connections ............................................................................... 68
    LINES CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................ 69
    DEFINING MEASURING LINES ............................................................................. 69
    CHANGING THE LINES DEFINITION ...................................................................... 70
    ADD OR REDUCE DH TO BREAK LINES ................................................................ 71
    COMMANDS FROM ‘TOPOGRAPHY/DESIGN LINES’ WINDOW ................................. 72
    FILTERING LINES FROM A DWG FILE .................................................................. 74
    Chapter 6: Area calculations ................................................................................. 76

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    GENERAL ........................................................................................................ 77
    DEFINING PLANES ............................................................................................ 78
    DISPLAY DEFINITIONS ....................................................................................... 80
    SUMMARIZING TABLE ........................................................................................ 81
    CREATING A SURVEY PLAN ............................................................................... 82
    Chapter 7: Computations of earthworks volumes using planes ........................ 91
    VOLUMES COMPUTATIONS USING PLANES .......................................................... 92
    DEFINING TOPOGRAPHY STATUS ....................................................................... 92
    DEFINING DESIGNED PLANES ............................................................................ 94
    MORE OPTIONS FROM THE ‘DESIGNED PLANES' WINDOW .................................... 96
    DEFINING SLOPES ............................................................................................ 98
    CHANGING PLANE CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................ 99
    DESIGN PLANES WITH CORNER RADIUS ............................................................ 102
    CALCULATE PLANE’S HEIGHTS ACCORDING TO 3 POINTS (WITH HEIGHTS) ........... 102
    SUMMARIZING TABLE ...................................................................................... 103
    ELABORATION: DESIGNED ELEVATION OF PLANES ............................................. 105
    Chapter 8: Computation of earthworks volumes using the model-to-model
    system .................................................................................................................. 106
    COMPUTATION OF EARTHWORKS VOLUMES USING THE MODEL-TO-MODEL SYSTEM
    ..................................................................................................................... 107
    PREPARING A MODEL OF THE EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY....................................... 108
    INPUT OF DESIGNED TOPOGRAPHY DATA/ OR AS MADE..................................... 110
    DEFINING ZONES EXCLUDED FROM THE EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION ................ 110
    DEFINING ZONES THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THE EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION ....... 111
    PREPARING A MODEL OF THE DESIGNED TOPOGRAPHY ..................................... 113
    VOLUMES TABLE – 'GENERAL EARTHWORKS' WINDOW...................................... 113
    Chapter 9: Earthworks - additional issues ......................................................... 118
    EARTHWORKS - ADDITIONAL ISSUES ................................................................ 119
    EARTHWORKS COMPUTATIONS USING THE TRIANGLES SYSTEM ......................... 119
    EARTHWORKS LEVELING GRID......................................................................... 122
    EARTHWORKS CONTOUR LINES (INCLUDING THE “0” LINE) ................................. 126
    Chapter 10: Quick sections and the 3D model................................................... 128
    QUICK SECTIONS ........................................................................................... 129
    THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODEL .......................................................................... 131
    Chapter 11: Distomat data computations ........................................................... 134
    ACTIVATING THE DISTOMAT WINDOW ............................................................... 135
    STATIONS SHIFTING ....................................................................................... 137
    TRAVERSE ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................ 138
    OPTIONS WINDOW REVIEW ............................................................................. 140
    INPUT ANGLE FORMAT .................................................................................... 142
    OPTIONS FROM THE DISTOMAT DATA WINDOW ................................................. 142
    APPENDIX 1 – LEAST SQUARE TRAVERSE ADJUSTMENT ................................... 147
    Chapter 12: Coordinates geometry..................................................................... 151
    COORDINATES GEOMETRY .............................................................................. 152
    COORDINATES GEOMETRY DEFINITIONS ........................................................... 152
    WORKING UNITS - (FOR ANGLES) ..................................................................... 153
    GENERAL REMARKS ....................................................................................... 153

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    AREA COMPUTATIONS .................................................................................... 154
    ARC BY CENTER AND POINT ON ARC ................................................................ 154
    ARC BY TWO POINTS AND A RADIUS ................................................................. 155
    ARC BY THREE POINTS ................................................................................... 156
    ARC BY THREE OUTSIDE POINTS ...................................................................... 157
    ARC SEGMENT ............................................................................................... 158
    CONTINUOUS DISTANCE ................................................................................. 158
    TRANSFORMATION OF COORDINATES SYSTEM .................................................. 159
    DISTANCE AND ANGLE OF A GROUP OF POINTS ................................................. 159
    DISTANCE AND AZIMUTH ................................................................................. 160
    INTERSECTION BY TWO DISTANCES ................................................................. 161
    INTERSECTION BY TWO ANGLES AND A DISTANCE ............................................. 161
    INTERSECTION BY THREE ANGLES ................................................................... 162
    INTERSECTION BY ARC AND A STRAIGHT LINE ................................................... 163
    INTERSECTION POINT BETWEEN TWO LINES...................................................... 163
    LOCATING POINTS ON A LINE ........................................................................... 164
    LOCATING A POINT BY AZIMUTH AND DISTANCE ................................................. 165
    LOCATING A POINT BY DISTANCE AND ANGLE .................................................... 166
    OFFSET FROM A POINT TO A LINE .................................................................... 167
    PARALLEL LINES ............................................................................................ 168
    TANGENTS .................................................................................................... 168
    Chapter 13: Earthworks on roads ....................................................................... 170
    EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION ON ROADS ......................................................... 171
    CREATING MASS HAUL DIAGRAM USING EXCEL ................................................. 176
    IMPORTING EXCEL DATA ................................................................................. 176
    Chapter 14: Roads design ................................................................................... 178
    ROADS DESIGN .............................................................................................. 179
    PREPARING THE BACKGROUND (EXISTING BACKGROUND) ................................. 179
    ORGANIZING THE PROJECT ROADS LIST........................................................... 183
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 184
    VERTICAL ALIGNMENT .................................................................................... 197
    ROADS INTERSECTIONS ON VERTICAL ALIGNMENT ........................................... 207
    ALTERNATIVE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................... 208
    CROSS SECTIONS .......................................................................................... 209
    SUPER ELEVATIONS ....................................................................................... 231
    SIDE DITCHES AND ADDITIONAL COVER FUNCTIONS .......................................... 235
    BERMS DESIGN .............................................................................................. 242
    WORKING WITH TYPICAL SECTIONS ................................................................. 244
    ADVANCED TOPICS ON CROSS SECTIONS ......................................................... 245
    GEOMETRIC COMPUTATIONS ALONG THE CENTER LINE ..................................... 255
    CHANGING THE HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ........................................................ 258
    CHANGING THE ROAD'S ALIGNMENT AFTER A FULL DESIGN ................................ 261
    AUTOMATIC JUNCTIONS DESIGN ...................................................................... 263
    FIELD OF VIEW PLANNING ............................................................................... 266
    BRIDGES DESIGN ........................................................................................... 267
    TUNNELS DESIGN .......................................................................................... 268
    DESIGN LOTS BETWEEN ROADS ....................................................................... 269
    CULVERTS DESIGN ........................................................................................ 270
    Chapter 15: Retaining walls ................................................................................ 274
    DESIGNING RETAINING WALLS ......................................................................... 275

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    DESIGNING RETAINING WALLS ATTACHED TO ROAD (FORMAT 1) ........................ 275
    CREATING THE WALLS LIST ............................................................................. 275
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 276
    VERTICAL ALIGNMENT .................................................................................... 277
    WALL DIMENSIONS (CROSS SECTION).............................................................. 279
    DESIGNING FREE STANDING RETAINING WALLS (FORMAT 2) .............................. 281
    CREATING THE WALLS LIST ............................................................................. 281
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 281
    VERTICAL ALIGNMENT .................................................................................... 283
    WALL DIMENSIONS (CROSS SECTION).............................................................. 285
    REPORT GENERATION .................................................................................... 286
    Chapter 16: Extract and urban design ................................................................ 287
    EXTRACT AND URBAN DESIGN ......................................................................... 288
    PREPARING THE WORK BACKGROUND ............................................................. 288
    DEFINING THE PROJECT CENTERLINES............................................................. 293
    CREATING THE CROSS SECTIONS USING EXTRACT ........................................... 294
    SAVING AND READING TYPICAL CROSS SECTIONS FROM A ‘.TML’ FILE................. 299
    FUNCTIONS FROM THE EXTRACT WINDOW ....................................................... 299
    Chapter 17: Ditch Design..................................................................................... 302
    DITCH DESIGN ............................................................................................... 303
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT OF THE DITCH .......................................................... 303
    DEFINING THE INVERT LEVEL OF THE DITCH BOTTOM IN THE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT.
    ..................................................................................................................... 308
    DITCH CROSS SECTION DESIGN ....................................................................... 313
    ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS FROM THE CROSS SECTIONS WINDOW ......................... 320
    EARTHWORKS COMPUTATIONS IN DITCHES ...................................................... 323
    THE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT SHOWING THE TOP OF THE DITCH BANKS .................. 325
    COORDINATES ALONG THE CENTERLINE .......................................................... 327
    Chapter 18: Reservoir Design ............................................................................. 331
    RESERVOIR DESIGN ....................................................................................... 332
    ALIGNMENT OF PERIPHERAL EMBANKMENT ...................................................... 332
    DEFINING THE CROSS SECTION OF THE PERIPHERAL EMBANKMENT ................... 336
    CREATING THE RESERVOIR MODEL .................................................................. 341
    BALANCING EARTHWORKS .............................................................................. 343
    RESERVOIR CAPACITY .................................................................................... 344
    DISPLAY 'DEAD CAPACITY' OF RESERVOIRS IN CAPACITY REPORT .................... 346
    CHANGING THE PERIPHERAL EMBANKMENT ALIGNMENT .................................... 347
    SLOPE OF THE RESERVOIR BOTTOM ................................................................ 348
    DRAWING ‘SCRAPER PLAN' AND SECTIONS ALONG THE RESERVOIR.................... 351
    DAMS ............................................................................................................ 352
    Chapter 19: Designing gas pipelines .................................................................. 354
    DESIGNING OF GAS PIPELINES......................................................................... 355
    PROJECT INITIALIZING .................................................................................... 355
    DESIGNING PIPELINES' LAYOUT ....................................................................... 355
    DEFINING THE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................... 356
    DESIGNING THE VERTICAL IP .......................................................................... 358
    CREATING DXF AND SHEET DIVIDING FROM THE LONGITUDINAL SECTION ........... 363
    DESIGNING THE DITCH FOR LAYING THE PIPELINE ............................................. 364
    ELABORATION OF THE CROSS SECTION'S WINDOW............................................ 370

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    Chapter 20: Drainage and Sewage Pipeline Design .......................................... 374
    DRAINAGE AND SEWAGE PIPELINE DESIGN ...................................................... 375
    INITIALIZING THE PROJECT .............................................................................. 375
    OPTIONS FROM THE ‘PIPELINE’S LIST’ WINDOW ................................................ 376
    PREPARING THE TOPOGRAPHY AND/OR DESIGNED SETTINGS ............................ 376
    DESIGNING THE PIPELINES’ LAYOUT................................................................. 377
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS IN THE LAYOUT WINDOW ................................................. 379
    MARKING CROSSINGS OF THE PIPELINE WITH OTHER UTILITIES .......................... 381
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE CROSSINGS WINDOW ..................................... 383
    DESIGNING SECTIONS .................................................................................... 383
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE SECTIONS' WINDOW........................................ 386
    OPTIONS FROM THE RIGHT WINDOW ................................................................ 389
    PRODUCING REPORTS .................................................................................... 390
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE REPORTS WINDOW ......................................... 392
    Chapter 21: Water pipeline design...................................................................... 393
    WATER PIPELINE DESIGN ................................................................................ 394
    INITIALIZING THE PROJECT .............................................................................. 394
    OPTIONS FROM THE ‘PIPELINE’S LIST’ WINDOW ................................................ 395
    PREPARING THE TOPOGRAPHY AND/OR DESIGNED SETTINGS ............................ 395
    DESIGNING THE PIPELINES’ LAYOUT................................................................. 396
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS IN THE LAYOUT WINDOW ................................................. 398
    MARKING CROSSINGS OF THE PIPELINE WITH OTHER UTILITIES .......................... 399
    DESIGNING SECTIONS .................................................................................... 401
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE SECTION WINDOW .......................................... 404
    PRODUCING REPORTS ................................................................................... 406
    Chapter 22: Cables lines design ......................................................................... 408
    CABLES LINES DESIGN .................................................................................... 409
    INITIALIZING THE PROJECT .............................................................................. 409
    PREPARING THE TOPOGRAPHY AND/OR DESIGNED SETTINGS ............................ 410
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 411
    DEFINING THE MAINTENANCE BOXES ALONG THE LINE....................................... 413
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS ..................................................................................... 414
    DEFINING THE MAINTENANCE BOXES SIZE ........................................................ 415
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE LAYOUT W INDOW .......................................... 415
    MARKING CROSSINGS OF THE CABLE LINE WITH OTHER UTILITIES ...................... 416
    DESIGNING SECTIONS .................................................................................... 418
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS IN THE SECTIONS W INDOW ............................................ 419
    PRODUCING REPORTS ................................................................................... 422
    Chapter 23: General Issues ................................................................................. 423
    GENERAL ISSUES ........................................................................................... 424
    OPTIONS FROM CONFIGURATION WINDOW ....................................................... 424
    CREATING A COORDINATES FRAME .................................................................. 428
    DIVISION INTO SHEETS ................................................................................... 429
    DETERMINING PROJECT PARAMETERS ............................................................. 430
    COMPUTATIONS OF POLES OFFSETS................................................................ 431
    Chapter 24: Handling *.DWG files ....................................................................... 434
    HANDLING .DWG FILES .................................................................................. 435
    IMPORTING A *.DWG FILE ............................................................................... 435

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    EXTRACTING POINTS FROM A .DWG FILE ......................................................... 436
    USING A FILTER TO EXTRACT POINTS AND LINES FROM A .DWG FILE.................. 438
    SETTING THE NAMES OF THE FILTERED POINTS ................................................ 439
    SETTING THE ELEVATION OF THE FILTERED POINTS .......................................... 440
    DOWNSIZING THE NUMBER OF FILTERED POINTS .............................................. 440

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    Chapter 1: General

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    General

    Important notice: This Manual is written in the masculine gender, but is


    directed to both sexes equally.

    This following chapter generally discusses the capabilities of the program,


    starting with the distribution and organization of the data on your screen,
    the grouping of general activities and so forth. This chapter which serves
    as the opening chapter offers basic understanding in the preliminary
    operation of the software.

    The issues discussed in this chapter are:

    Drawing environment - working with AutoCAD ® (Autodesk) or


    ZWCAD ® (ZWSOFT).
    Screen division.
    Toolbars.
    Working with projects.
    Noname and Prototype projects (recovering of lost information).
    Dealing with layers.
    Differences between Pick, Locate, Select and Unused.
    Initializing the system.
    Saving the project for moving from one computer to another
    (Zip).
    Using CivilCAD 10 Help.

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    Drawing environment - working with AutoCAD®
    (Autodesk), ZWCAD ® (ZWSOFT)

    CivilCAD 10 can work with one of the two followings drawing


    environments:
    AutoCAD (Autodesk) – versions of AutoCAD starting from AutoCAD
    2018 to AutoCAD 2020.
    ZWCAD – ZWCAD 2019 and above

    CivilCAD 10 uses one of the two drawing environments as their main


    drawing tool. The same package of CivilCAD 10 can be configured to link
    to either AutoCAD or ZWCAD. Each new version of CivilCAD 10 supports
    former versions of AutoCAD starting at AutoCAD 2018 and up. ZWCAD is
    a good DWG (AutoCAD's native file formats) environment for users that
    does not own AutoCAD. As a unique solution we deliver a complete
    package for roads design, surveying, mapping, underground
    infrastructures design, land development and more, working with DWG
    environment even when you do not have AutoCAD.

    To choose your drawing environment working method, follow these steps:


    Start CivilCAD 10.
    From the main menu choose : ‘File  Open Project’
    Choose the ‘Prototype’ Project

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Protorype.prj\

    After the project has been opened, choose File  Configuration. A


    window will open.
    Choose the first tab (“General settings”) from the top of the window.
    Next to the caption “Auto launch”, choose the desired working method.
    Choose ‘OK’.
    Go to: File  Exit, and choose ‘Yes’ to save the changes.

    From this point on, your software will work as been configured.
    Note: All references to AutoCAD in this manual relates to ZWCAD as well.

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    Screen Division

    When starting, CivilCAD 10 window is divided into 2 parts:


    The drawing window
    The coordinates editing window.

    When choosing an option from the main menu, CivilCAD 10 displays a


    third panel.

    The drawing window


    The drawing window, situated at the top side of your screen, is the main
    window that takes up most of the work area .This window displays the
    program drawing and the preset project. It is important to mention that this
    window is not designed for free-hand drawing (CivilCAD 10 is not a
    substitute for a drawing program, but is a helpful tool for activities that
    cannot be performed using a standard drawing program). CivilCAD 10
    shows data graphically using functions that allow the drawing scan, adding
    data and so on (there are many functions that are actually drawing
    functions, but they exist only within the standard functions, like adding
    points from the drawing, adding lines and so on (these functions will be
    discussed in the other chapters). When working with other CAD programs,
    this window will be replaced with the drawing window of the program that
    AutoCAD or ZWCAD is working with.

    The coordinates editing window


    The coordinates editing window holds the list of points of the existing
    ground level (measurement coordinates) and /or the points of design
    ground level (measurements coordinates after measurement, design points
    and so on). This window can be hidden at any stage of work, to enable a
    bigger working area (by clicking the “X” button at the top right of the
    window).The many functions of this window will be detailed in chapter 2 –
    “Coordinates Database”.

    Work tables
    Work table is the window at the right side of the screen. On this window will
    appear different screens that display the program’s capabilities like
    calculation and drawing of contour heights, 3D drawings, geometrical
    computation and more.

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    Toolbars
    The standard toolbar
    The toolbar is located below the program’s main menu and above the
    drawing environment. It can be moved to any position and can be locked in
    different areas of the screen (can’t be locked inside the drawing
    environment application). Every action on the toolbar can be executed also
    from the main menu. The toolbar enables these actions:

    New – Open a new project.

    Open – Open an existing project.

    Rotate Points – Rotate points by single line or by line at layer.

    To rotate points by single line, click on ‘Rotate Points’ button and select
    ‘Rotate by single line’ option. In Command line type ‘S’ + Enter to select
    specific points for rotation or ‘A’ + Enter to rotate all points and click
    Enter.
    In command line, type the desired angle for rotation and click Enter.
    Click on ‘Refresh button’. Points on drawing will be rotated according to
    the line and angle definition.

    To rotate points by line at layer, click on ‘Rotate Points’ button and


    select ‘Rotate by line at layer’ option. ‘Rotate points’ blocks’ window will
    open:

    Select the desired layer and angle from the list.


    To select a layer from drawing, click on ‘Select’ button, select the layer
    from the drawing and click Enter. The selected layer will be marked in
    layers list.
    Click OK to save definitions.

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    Click on ‘Refresh button’. Points on drawing will be rotated according to
    the layer and angle definition.

    Pick height – Sampling ground level. After pressing this button, select
    desired point on the drawing and left click on the mouse, the program
    will display the ground levels at the screen’s bottom next to: “Height_D”
    and “Height_T” (D for design and T for Topography).

    Layers control – Opens the layers control window.

    Add To Zip – Pressing this button will 'Volume size Auto detect' – Add
    the entire project files into one zip file.

    Extract From Zip – Pressing this button will Extract from zip – Opens a
    CivilCAD project directly from a zip file.

    Configuration – Displays the project’s main configurations window.

    Extract – Quick extract operation.

    Tutorials – Viewing flash tutorials movies for learning CivilCAD 10.

    Help – Displays the help window (will be displayed at the language


    according to the language settings at the main configuration window).

    Refresh - Refreshing the drawings layers (Coordinates layers will be


    updated according to the last changes in the coordinate’s lists).

    Refresh All - Refreshing the coordinates, lines and plans layers.

    Working with projects

    Every new job you start, whether for extensive topography mapping
    purposes, or for the purpose of basic geometric computations, will be
    organized under a certain project. The first thing that needs to be done in
    the program in order to start working (unless you open an existing project)
    is to open a new project (see details on project ‘Noname’).

    To open a project, go to: ‘File -> New Project’


    A “File dialog box” will open (in this case it will have the title: New project).

    To open an existing project, go to: ‘FileOpen Project’ or double click on


    the *.prj icon.

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    Recommended work procedure

    As aforesaid, to open a new project, you must go to ‘File -> New project’,
    type the name of the desired project in the ‘File name’ line, and click on the
    ‘Enter’ button from your key-board, or the ‘open’ button. The new project
    will open in the name of the library that appears in the title, which is the
    project library. For each project, the program will open a large number of
    files with the same name as the project, but with a different ending. This
    state, of opening many files, might sometimes cause inconvenience at
    work. It is recommended, therefore to open a sub library for each project.
    To do so all you need to do is use the 'Create a new library' button, name
    the library, enter the library you made (double click on the library drawing
    that appears in the window), type the desired library name in the “File
    name”. The project will open in the library that was created and all the
    project files will be created in it.

    Projects Noname and Prototype (recovering of


    lost information)

    CivilCAD 10 has two unique permanent projects that are installed in the
    main library of the program (usually it will be in the \CivilCAD 10 library
    unless determined otherwise during the installation).

    Prototype project

    Prototype project, as it is named, serves as a prototype for all the projects


    that are opened by the program. As a rule, the Prototype will not affect the
    previous projects that already exist in the system, and any change to it will
    come to terms only in the new projects.

    In project ‘Prototype’ it is possible to set permanent definitions that will be


    used during the entire work procedure. Examples of such definitions are
    changing the company title in the printed reports, determining the work
    scale etc.

    To change a definition you must perform the following steps:


    Open a new ‘Prototype’ project.
    Change the requested definition.
    Leave the project while saving the changes.

    From this stage on, the changes will be saved, and each new project that
    is opened will automatically “inherit” these characteristics.

    No-name project and the recovering of destroyed information

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    No-name project is the first project that comes up with the program once it
    is activated. This project is not meant for use, and you must open a new
    project in order to start working. Project ‘No-name’ can be used regularly
    with the program, but will be deleted immediately when the program is
    closed or when you go to a new project. Nonetheless, if you had started
    working on project ‘No-name’ you can go to ‘Save as’ and save the work
    you had done under a new name.

    Project ‘No-name’ has an important role in restoring information. There


    might be cases were an illegal exit was made from the program, without
    the saving of data (voltage drop, problems in starting Windows, etc.).
    CivilCAD 10 creates during the time it is activated, backups for
    transactions that were made, and saves them in hidden files. In case an
    illegal exit was made from the program (such as ‘File -> Exit’), CivilCAD 10
    will recognize this, and when re-activated (first time after the program had
    crashed), will try to restore the last project it had worked on. The
    restoration made (whether part or full), will be copied automatically into
    project ‘No-name’ and presented at the end of the restoration process. At
    this stage you must immediately save the project under a new name using
    ‘File -> Save as’.

    Note: CivilCAD 10 might have restored data, but the data does not appear
    in the drawing. In this case you can “force” the program to refresh the
    drawing in the following manner:

    Bring the cursor to the points editing line.


    Click ‘Enter’.
    Click on the 'Refresh' button from the main Toolbar above the
    drawing.
    Activate ‘Zoom Extents’.

    Dealing with layers

    In CivilCAD 10, drawings are divided by layers. The “perception” of layers


    is common with many CAD tools that divide the drawing by layers, giving
    each part of the drawing a different layer, making it easy to control the
    display and color of a particular layer.

    For example: if you wish to create a design on existing contour lines, you
    might, for the sake of convenience, move the contour lines to serve as a
    working background by painting them a brighter color. CivilCAD 10 creates
    fixed layers. This means that during the activation of the program, specific
    layers will be created according to the type of activity performed (this fact
    has a number of exceptions like the code layers for which specific names
    can be determined).

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    Layers control window activity

    Use the ‘Layers control’ window to control the layers display. To


    activate this screen, click on the ‘layers’ button from the main toolbar
    above the drawing area. The layers window will open from the right. This
    window shows the list of all existing layers in the specific project.

    At the bottom area of this window are located all the possible layer
    options*: freezing a layer, changing the color of a layer, erasing a layer,
    creating a new layer, and creating a DXF file of the layer/ specific layers.

    *Note: When working in an AutoCAD or ZWCAD environment, the only


    option that will appear is erasing a layer. All other options of freezing layers
    and changing colors will be done by the AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Layer control’
    (CivilCAD 10 will create the new layers simultaneously both in its ‘Layer
    control’ and in the AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Layer control’. The layers will be
    identical except for a slight change of their names, for example:
    Topography contours 0 in CivilCAD 10 and Tcontours0 in
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD).
    In order to define styles to DWT layers in Layers Control:
    From CivilCAD 10 main toolbar, click on ‘Layers Control’ button .
    ‘Layers Control’ window will open.
    On the right side of the screen, click on ‘Layers Settings’ button .
    Define a style for each DWT layer, by choosing it from the styles list.
    Click on button to save the styles definitions.
    Click on button to load the styles definitions in a new project.

    Freezing a layer

    It is possible to make an entire layer disappear from the drawing. This layer
    will not be erased, but temporarily hidden. To freeze a layer(s) mark them
    from the ‘Layers list’. You can mark one layer or a number of layers
    together*. After marking the desired layers, check ‘v’ next to the word
    ‘Freeze’. You will notice the immediate disappearance of the proposed
    layers.
    Marking numerous layers together can be done in one of the following
    ways:
    Dragging the cursor while pressing the mouse button onto the desired
    layers.
    Marking the first layer in the group. To mark click with your mouse on the
    last layer in the group, Hold the ‘Shift’ button from your key-board click and
    mark the last desired layer.
    Mark a layer, hold the ‘Ctrl’ button from your key-board and mark the
    remaining layers.

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    Changing the layer color

    Changing the color of a layer/s is done by clicking on the colored square


    right of the word ‘Color’. This will open the color selection window. Mark
    the desired color and click ‘OK’ to confirm. The color of the layer/s will
    change accordingly.

    Erasing a layer

    Mark the layers you wish to delete and click on the ‘Erase’ button. You will
    get a message confirming the erasing of the layers. After confirming the
    layers will be erased from the drawing. Please notice that you cannot
    ‘undo’ this command. The restoration of a deleted layer will be done by
    repeating the desired command in the program (for example: if you deleted
    the points layer and you would like to present them again, you will have to
    make a certain change in the points list and click the 'Refresh' button .
    The change does not have to be significant - it is enough that for example
    you insert an extra space in one of the lines, or even click ‘Enter’ when
    you’re working on a particular line – it is enough to make the change that
    when clicking will restore these layers).

    Creating a DXF layer file

    Exporting a DXF file of the drawing can be done in two ways:


    Exporting the entire drawing using the main ‘DXF’ button from the drawing
    window/ and/or using the DXF button from the layers window. To create a
    DXF file of a specific layer/s, first mark these layers and click the ‘DXF’
    button. A file dialog box will appear and you will be asked to enter the
    required DXF file name. Type in the name and click ‘Enter’. The program
    will create a ‘DXF’ file that includes only the marked layers.

    In the right bottom side of your screen appears the ‘View’ window. This
    window is the control center command of the drawing display. These are
    its available options:

    * Note: When working with AutoCAD/ZWCAD most of the commands in


    this window overlap the – ‘Zoom’, ‘Pan’, etc. commands in
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD.

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    Difference between Pick, Locate, Select and
    Unused

    In many program screens appears a box that includes these four options:
    ‘Pick’, ‘Locate’, ‘Select’, and ‘Unused’ (the box can include all four options
    or a combine parts of them. The option ‘Select’ appears only in the
    AutoCAD or ZWCAD version).

    This box has similar usage in all screens: at each time it relates to the
    screen which he is in. When the screen that includes this box opens, its
    primary value will always be ‘Unused’. This value signifies that this option
    is useless and lacks influence at this point.

    The three additional values are:


    Pick – Choosing a point “freely”, which means that wherever you position
    your cursor, is where the point is chosen.
    We will demonstrate the use of this command on the ‘Topography ->
    planes:
    Go to ‘Topography -> planes. A window will open from the right that
    includes this box.
    Mark the work ‘pick’ and go to the drawing area.
    Click with your mouse on a certain area in the drawing and – you will
    notice that the coordinate for the selected point was added to the
    bottom coordinates list and also a point was added to list of points that
    define the area from the right.

    Note: Clicking on the right mouse button will immediately cancel all present
    activity and return to boxes position to ‘Unused’.

    Locate – Joining (locating) a point that is already in the bottom coordinates


    supply. When you are using ‘Locate’, the *mouse cursor changes to a
    square. In order to join a certain point, bring this point into the square (it
    does not matter where as long as it is in the square) and click your mouse.
    The point will be “located” according to the desired command. Please
    notice that the reference in ‘Locate’ is always to the specific point itself, so
    there cannot be a situation where ‘Locate’ will be joined, for example, with
    the text lettering.

    * In AutoCAD or ZWCAD version an ‘ObjectSnap’ to point will come


    instead of the square.

    Tip: A common mistake is to try and trap points by crossing points between
    the topography coordinate list and the designed coordinate list. For
    example, there is a project with points in the topography coordinates list
    and more points in the designed coordinates list and you see both lists in

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    the drawing. Say you have activated the ‘Topography planes’ command.
    This command relates only to the existing status, as the ‘Locate’ command
    for this activity will locate only points from the ‘Topography coordinates’ list.
    If you try to join a point appearing in ‘Designed coordinates’, using this
    command even if you stick to the cursor rules, this point will not be
    trapped.

    Select – Choosing an existing line from the drawing (possible only in


    AutoCAD or ZWCAD version). Assuming you have drawn a certain point
    that is supposed to serve as a breakline, a line for defining contour line
    borders or any other usage, and you would like to choose it to serve the
    purpose for which it was designed. In this case, you must choose the
    ‘Select’ option, go to the drawing area, choose the desired line and click
    ‘Enter’. Now you can use the chosen line for its designed purpose.

    Initializing the system


    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to determine the definitions for the work
    form in each new project that you begin. To determine or change
    permanent definitions, open the designated project: ‘Prototype’.

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Protorype.prj\

    Change the definitions and save the project.

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    Defining the Work Language

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to work both in Hebrew and English. The


    project language will determine the language in which the different
    program reports will be presented, as well as the sections drawings. To
    determine the work language, follow these steps:
    Go to ‘File-> Open project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.
    Go ‘File -> Configuration’
    Change the language to the desired language from ‘Language’
    Click ‘OK’
    Leave the program by : ‘File -> Exit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.
    Defining the auto save

    CivilCAD 10 can save your project automatically. In order to define the


    auto save, follow these steps:
    Go to ‘File-> Open project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.
    Go to ‘File Configuration’
    In 'General' tab, check mark the Auto Save cell and define the
    cyclicality (in minutes).
    Click ‘OK’
    Leave the program by : ‘FileExit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.

    Defining the Company Title for Printed Reports

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to print out many reports including


    coordinates lists, distomat data calculations, Earthworks calculations, axis
    data calculations etc. It is possible to determine a title for the program that
    will serve these reports when they are printed.

    Go to ‘General Caption’ from the main tool bar to open the title setting
    window. From this window you can define the title (like company name),
    details of the report producer, and add any free wording you want to
    appear on the report. To finish click ‘OK’. From now on the data you
    entered will appear in each report printed in the current project (and only in
    it),.

    You will probably also be interested in entering a fixed title that will serve
    all the projects you are working on (so it will not be necessary to enter it for
    each project separately). To do so follow these steps:

    Go to ‘FileOpen project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.

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    Go to ‘GeneralCaption’
    Change the company title to the desired title.
    Click ‘OK’
    Leave the program by : ‘FileExit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.

    From now on, each new project will automatically “inherit” the title inserted
    (you can change this title at any time in a specific project in the same way
    mentioned above).

    Choosing a CAD Software for the Graphic Environment

    CivilCAD 10 can work with Tibam softwares as:


    AutoCAD 2018-2020 and ZWCAD. In order to choose the program that will
    serve as graphic environment of your work in CivilCAD 10, follow the steps
    below:

    Activate: ‘FileOpen Project


    Choose project ‘Prototype.prj’, and click ‘O.K’
    Activate: ‘FileConfiguration
    Choose from ‘Auto launch’ the desired program
    Click ‘O.K’
    Exit the program: ‘FileExit’
    Confirm the changes you have made

    From now on each time you activate CivilCAD 10, the program will be
    activated in the graphics environment of your choice.

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    Defining Roads Work Modes

    First we will follow these steps to go to Roads setting mode:


    Activate ‘File  Open project
    Choose project ‘Prototype.prj’, and click ‘O.K’.
    Open: ‘Roads  Cross sections’

    Defining the Station and Numbering of Cross Sections


    Click on button from the right window (Define sections).
    The cross sections definition window will open.
    Start at station – the station of the first section. The default is ‘0’. At
    most times, we will want the station for the first section in the designed
    segment of the center line, to be ‘0’.
    End at station – the station for the last section. The default is
    according to the length of the center line as it was computed by the
    program (this length appears immediately when the cross section
    window opens – ‘Roads length’).
    Distance between sections – the distance between the cross
    sections. The default is 20 meters.
    Name of first section – the name of the first section (number). The
    program will number the remaining sections in an ascending order.
    By stations/By Ips – this box proposes a choice between defining a
    road/center line, with its cross sections arranged in ascending order,
    and the definition of a center line with predetermined sections by the
    IPs of the horizontal alignment. Moving to ‘By Ips’ status, will remove
    the other fields from your screen.
    Presentation of section names:
    Format 1: the names of the sections presented before they are entered
    in the section’s table.
    Format 2: the names of the sections presented by permanent initial
    distance + station for example: 0+20.

    Definition and Presentation of Section’s Width

    Activate button from the right window to open the ‘Define sections
    width’ window.
    Define the width of section for the project. We are referring to the width
    of the ground that the program will sample for the existing status out of
    the topography. We will define a station from the center line to the left
    and a station from the center line to the right - that when combined will
    define the width of the ground strip. The left end of the section we will
    defined in the ‘Left’ field (default of – 20 meters), and its right end in the
    ‘Right’ field (default – 20 meters).
    Transfer from Elevation to dH. Using CivilCAD 10 you can define
    cross sections of absolute heights, or sections of relative heights.

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    Move from Earthworks to Design. This option defines the graphic
    presentation form of the section. The program has two options for
    defining the section: a section for presenting Earthworks, and a section
    for presenting designed sections. The difference in presentation will be
    shown both by the sections’ form in the drawing window, by printing via
    the program, and by creating sections file on an AutoCAD/ZWCAD
    sheet. We will discuss the main differences between the two forms in
    Chapter 15 – ‘Roads Design’.

    After choosing the definitions, exit the sections window by clicking ‘Cancel.
    Exit the program by ‘File -> Exit’ and saving the data.

    More options in roads work mode


    From the main menu, activate Roads->Horizontal alignment.
    From the right window, press - Options buttons.
    The program will display the general options window with the layout
    options, to understand these options, look in Roads-design chapter.

    Defining Distomat data work mode

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to predetermine the work mode for the


    distomats data. In order to determine the program options, follow the steps
    below:

    Go to ‘File-> Open project’


    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.
    Go ‘Geometry -> Distomats data’
    Click on the options button .
    Choose the type of angle Degrees/Grads
    Choose the measuring format – meters/centimeters
    Click ‘OK’
    Exit the program : ‘File -> Exit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.

    Saving the project for moving from one computer


    to another (Zip)

    When CivilCAD 10 saves a project, it creates a number of files with the


    same name (project name), but with a different ending. When you want to
    transfer a project from one computer to another, or to a project send via e-
    mail, the best way is to zip the project into a single zip file. Once the project
    is zipped, you can open it straight from CivilCAD 10.

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    Creating a Zipped project In One Zip File

    Open the project you wish to zip – ‘File ->Open’


    Activate ‘File ->Add to zip

    The program will automatically save the zipped project in the project
    library’s original file.

    The program will automatically save the zipped project in the project’s
    original library. Open the library in which the project is in.

    Opening a Zipped Project from CivilCAD 10

    To open a zipped project from a Zip File containing the entire project -
    perform the following:

    Activate ‘File ->Extract from zip’


    Choose the zip file you wish to open
    If the project can be zipped into a few zip files, choose the latest file

    The program will open the project automatically and arrange its files in the
    directory where the zip file is located.

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    Using CivilCAD 10 Help

    In the CivilCAD 10, there is an option to launch a Help window. In order to


    launch this window, click on the main menu Help -> Help, or, from the main
    toolbar, press . The Help window will be opened in the language
    designated at the setting window of the software.
    In order to change the window's language setting, execute the following
    actions:

    Enter: File ->Configuration.


    Change to desired language on caption "Language".
    Click "OK".
    Re-activate the window by: Help->Help.

    Viewing of the demonstration clips (new)


    Demonstration clips that show the operating steps can be viewed. In order
    to view these clips, click (on the main toolbar) or click from the main
    menu Help-> Tutorials and the window containing the list of clips will be
    opened.

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    Chapter 2: Coordinates
    database

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    Coordinates database

    This chapter discusses the input of coordinates, lists their editing,


    processing, and presentation in a drawing.

    At the bottom of the window, there is another window composed of an


    Editor and a group of buttons that affect this editor. This window is called
    the “Points Editing Window”, and is used for the functions mentioned
    above, i.e. importing and editing the points. Please note: the window title
    (white with a blue background) is Topography Coordinates, meaning that
    the list at hand is a list of coordinates that represent the point of existing
    ground level.

    Closing the coordinates editor window enable a larger work-space for the
    drawing environment, to do so, click the small ‘x’ button at the top right of
    the editor window. To open the editor window again, activate from the main
    menu: Topography/Design->Coordinates.

    We will emphasize that it is possible to deal with two different lists:


    List of Topography Coordinates, ground level – refer to the current list.
    List of Designed Coordinates, ground level - an additional list used for
    the design and input of topography coordinates after the project was
    done, and more.

    * The separation between the two lists (layers) and their function will be
    discussed later on; we would only like to point out now that functions
    performed on the Topography Coordinates lists can also be done on the
    Designed Coordinates list.

    The Topography Coordinates window can be divided according to the


    following:
    The list of coordinates
    Command buttons related to the list
    Functions that can be done on the drawing, which would affect the list.

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    Coordinates list

    The list of coordinates is a scroll down list , that can contain an unlimited
    number of points (the program does not limit the number of points it can
    receive. However, if you are working on a computer that is low on memory
    and/or processing abilities, it is possible that the software will work very
    slowly or even ‘get stuck’ if the lists are too long). The list itself presents
    the points, and above it there is a point editing line (the line below the
    Topography Coordinates), used for adjusting and adding points. The
    following is a short exercise that will help demonstrate this topic:

    Example project
    When starting a new project, every new job requires you to open and
    attribute it to a specific project. Project Noname that is loaded when the
    program is activated is not meant to be used as a work project.

    Go to: File  New Project. A New Project dialogue box will appear.
    Type in the project name: we will type in a project called ‘Coortest’.
    Click Enter when you finish.
    Notice that blue title at the top of the window now contains the project
    name (Coortest), along with its full path.

    Ceating the coordinates list manually

    Type in the following list of coordinates:

    bm300 200 100.32 75.67


    1 125.32 132.27
    2 131.23 80.76 60.31
    3 50 50.41 62.23
    /small grid
    4 50 50 61.55
    5 60 50 63.23
    6 100 50 63.23
    7 100 100 62.50
    8 50 100 62.27

    How should the list be typed? Bring the text cursor to the points editing
    line. In order to do that, bring the mouse to this line and click on it. You will
    notice a hook-shaped cursor appearing within the line. Type in the first
    point in the sequence, with a one space or more between each parameter;
    first type in the point name (bm300), space, (200) x, space, (100.32) y,

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    space, and height (75.67). When you have finished typing in the points
    parameters, press Enter. You will notice that the point was entered into the
    list of points and that the points editing line has positioned itself on a new
    line. Continue entering the remaining points in the same manner.

    * Comment: the following line is NOT a coordinate: /Small grid. Type in this
    line precisely as it appears. This line is listed here in order to demonstrate
    an option of inserting comments between the lists of coordinates, which
    may be useful for organizing and arranging the lists. A comment starts with
    a / sign, which tells the program that this line is a comment line and should
    not be treated as a coordinate. Continue to enter the remaining
    coordinates in the list.

    Loading coordinates from Excel file

    It is possible to load coordinates from Excel file. To do so follow the next


    steps:
    1. Create Excel file with the coordinates data according to the picture
    bellow (no need to type the yellow row).

    2. Go to 'FileSave As', select the option 'CSV' (Comma


    Delimited) (*.csv), under 'Save as type', define the file's name
    and click the 'Save' button.
    3. Open the *.csv file with Notepad (Windows Text Editor). The
    data in the file will be separated by comma.

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    4. Go to 'EditReplace'. 'Replace window will open.

    5. In 'Find what' cell, type comma (",").


    6. In 'Replace with' cell, type space (hit the space button in the
    keyboard).
    7. Click the 'Replace All' button. The data will now be separated
    by space.

    8. Go to 'FileSave As', select the option 'TXT' Text Documents


    (*.txt) under 'Save as type', define the file's name and click the
    'Save' button.

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    9. From CivilCAD main menu, go to: 'TopographyCoordinates'.
    10. Click the 'Load from text file' button. Select the option Text
    Files (*.txt) under 'File of type', select the desired file and click
    the 'Open' button.

    Coordinates structure

    A coordinate will be composed of four parameters:


    Point Name / Number x y Height
    Point Name / Number is necessary and can contain any alpha-numeric
    character, except for a space, so that:
    A1, 1, 10095, bm300, At30….

    Are correct names, whereas:


    A 1, bm 300
    are incorrect names.

    X – Necessary – means the geometric ‘X’ which can be any number. It is


    not necessary to enter zeros after the decimal as: 132.00 is similar to 132.

    Y – Necessary

    Height – Optional – a point with no height will serve as a regular point, but
    commands that are dependent on height, as Earthworks calculations or
    contour line drawings, will not take this point into consideration.

    Note: Another value which can be added to the fifth column is the code
    point, which will not be discussed in this chapter.

    Editing the coordinates list

    You can scroll the list up and down using the arrows right of the list. If you
    wish to change a point you
    can bring it to the points editing line by pointing to it with your mouse.
    When the point will appear in the top line, bring the text cursor to the line
    and change the point. You can also change and edit this list without using
    your mouse – bring the text cursor to the points editing line (again using
    your mouse). From this stage use the standard editing keys:

    One line up – an arrow pointing up


    One line down - an arrow pointing down
    One page up – Pg Up
    One page down – Pg Dn
    Ctrl-End – jump to the end of the list
    Ctrl-Home - jump to the beginning of the list

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    CivilCAD can mark and freeze exceptional coordinates (with exceptional
    distance or height) automatically.

    From CivilCAD main menu, go to ‘Design / TopographyCoordinates’.


    Click ‘Options’ button.
    Checkmark the ‘Auto freeze exceptional points’ option and click the
    ‘OK’ button.
    Click the ‘Refresh’ button. In case of existing exceptional points, a
    message window will appear. Click the ‘OK’ button.

    Points with exceptional distance or height will automatically freeze and will
    not be taken under consideration in the interpolation buildup (contours).

    Drawing the points

    After you finished typing the coordinates list, you will probably want to
    present them in the window. Click the button from the main toolbar
    below the main menu to refresh drawing. This command instructs the
    program to screen the coordinates list, locate changes in the list (in this
    case the entire list is new), and to draw the up-to-date list. In the same
    manner, each time you make a change in the list, (add coord, change
    coord., of a certain point etc.) and wish to receive the change on the
    drawing, click on the key, and the drawing will be updated accordingly.

    Deleting overlapping area between two measurement

    CivilCAD 10 enables deleting the overlapping area between two


    measurements.
    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to ‘TopographyCoordinates’.
    In ‘General Settings’ Tab, mark ‘V’ in ‘Save Backup’ option.
    Click the 'Options' button and checkmark 'Subtract coordinates from
    overlap area’ option.
    Click the ‘OK’ button to save definitions.
    Load the first measurement file and then load the second
    measurement file.
    In the opened window, select one of the following options:
    Select the first option to leave both measurements without
    deleting anything from the overlapping area.

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    Select the second option to leave the first measurement data in
    the overlapping area.
    Select the third option to leave the second measurement data in
    the overlapping area.
    Click the ‘OK’ button to save definitions and execute the operation.

    Command buttons connected to the list

    In the points editing window (bottom window), you will find a group of
    buttons for activating the points list. We will go over all these commands.

    Reordering the coordinates


    Click on this button to space the coordinates list in the columns by:

    NAME X Y Z CODE

    As each column is straightened to the left.


    (Note: we mean the geometric X - east).

    Please notice: this command assumes that the coordinates list is legal. If
    you click this button, when the list is not legal, the lines that are not legal
    can change contrary to the expected. For example:

    0 BM30 153700.25 179600.32 323.35


    Since this line is not legal (there is an unnecessary 0 column on the left),
    the program will identify the 0 as the point name –bm300 as coordinate X
    (a mistake!) and so forth, to the point that 323.35 will be erased completely
    from the line since it is the last data and the program does not know where
    to put it.

    Note: The reordering is not supported by the ‘Undo’ command.

    Save as text file


    Clicking this button will cause the dialog text-box to appear – ‘save as text
    file’ (blue title), from which you will be asked to choose a library and type
    the file name. The program will open a new file by the name that was
    typed, and save the coordinates into it as a clean ‘ASCII’ file. The opened
    ASCII file will open will remain exactly as it is in the coordinates list (will
    include space lines or comments if any exist). It is possible to save the
    coordinates file in different formats. To do so you can use this option: In
    the ‘Save as text file’ dialog box appears the ‘Filter’ line with the writing ‘All

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    files (*.*)’. Click on the small arrow button on the left and choose your
    desired format (Reg, Med etc.). From here on, if you issue a command to
    save a text file, you will get a file with the ending you chose and in the
    desired format.

    Note – This command is supported when working with blocks, so it is


    possible to save only a part of the list.

    Load from text file


    Clicking this button will cause the ‘load from text file’ dialog box to appear.
    In this box you will be asked to pick the name of the file you wish to load.
    The file will be loaded and appear in the coordinates list. Please take
    notice that the current points list, if there is one, is not erased, and that the
    file data is added to the end of the list. This way it is possible to join a
    number of files and enlarge the measuring areas. If you still want this list to
    “run over” the existing list, you will need to first click on the ‘erase all
    coordinates’ button, and only then to load the new list.

    Print Coordinates list


    Activating this button will create the printer dialog box. Make sure the
    printer is connected and ready to print and click on “confirm” to print the list
    of points.

    Note: this command is supported by working with blocks, so it is possible


    to print only part of the list.

    Erase all – Erase coordinates list


    The erase command will erase all the coordinates in the list. This warning
    will appear before erasing: “All coordinates will be erased”. Click ‘OK’ to
    confirm.

    Note: This command is not supported by the ‘Undo’ command, and is not
    possible to restore.

    Erasing Point/s
    This button is for erasing a single point or a block of 3 points. Mark the
    point with your mouse (in the list) and click this button. The point will be
    erased from the list.
    Note: this command support working with blocks.

    Copy
    This command, in collaboration with the ‘Copy’ command, serves for
    copying coordinates. You can copy a single point or a block of points.
    See this example for the usage of this command:

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    Mark 3 points from the coordinates list using you mouse. (mark your first
    point, hold the mouse, click and drag the cursor on the two successive
    points to the point you have marked).
    Mark the points as a block – click with your mouse on the square left of the
    word ‘block’.
    Click on ‘Copy’
    Now the points have been copied to the computer’s memory (don’t expect
    a response – the points will be copied without a confirmation).
    See a continuation of this example in the ‘Paste’ command below.

    Paste
    This command, in collaboration with the ‘Copy’ command, is for copying
    coordinates. Assuming you are using this command to copy a certain
    segment from a particular block (or single line) to memory, you can copy it
    (and paste) anywhere you like inside the points list. Study this example
    that began with ‘Copy’:
    After marking and copying a block of 3 points to memory, browse until
    you reach the end of the points list.
    Bring the last line in the list to the points editing line (just mark it) and
    move with the text cursor to this line (point your mouse to the points
    editing line).
    Click ‘Enter’ to go one line down – since there are no more lines – a
    new line will be made.
    Click ‘Enter; again to create a space line (not necessary – is here only
    for the sake of this example).
    In the new line, write the next remark (again, this remark is not
    necessary): A copy sample/ and ‘Enter’.
    Click on the ‘Paste’ button – you will notice that the points copied to
    memory have been pasted from the line in which you are in. In order to
    form a distinction between these points to the points that already exist,
    a ‘*’ will be added before every point.
    We will comment here, without demonstrating, that it is possible to copy in
    the same fashion, a group of points from the existing topography
    coordinates list to the designed coordinates list.

    Find
    This command is for locating a point (s) in the list by name or elevation or
    code. Pushing this button will cause the ‘Find’ dialog box to appear:

    For locating a point by name:


    From the ‘Find what’ menu – move the search to ‘Name’
    Enter the name you want to locate and click ‘Enter’ or ‘OK’.
    Option for an advanced search:

    To search for a few names click for example: 1000, 1002, 2003. To
    search in a certain range click for example: 1000- 1004. There is also the
    option of doing a combined search: 40-10, 50, 60. There is no meaning to
    the order of typed parameters in the search box.

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    The point located, will be marked in blue and appear in the points editing
    line. Another click on ‘Enter’ will locate the next point in the list of the same
    name (if there is one) and so on. In order for the program to directly mark
    all the search results in the list, switch in ‘Search Mode’ from ‘StepByStep’
    to ‘All’ status.

    To locate a point by elevation:


    We have shown the uses of locating points by name. In the same way it is
    possible to locate points by their elevation:
    From the ‘Find what’ menu, move the search from ‘Name’ status to ‘
    Height’.
    Enter the elevation you wish to locate and click ‘Enter’ or ‘OK’.
    Option for advanced search:
    To search for elevations above a certain height change from ‘Search
    Mode’ to ‘At Least’.
    To search for elevations below a certain height change from ‘Search
    Mode’ to ‘At Most’.
    There is also the possibility of an advanced search for using the
    methods mentioned for search by name.

    To locate a point by code:


    From the ‘Find what’ menu, move the search to ‘Code’.
    Type the code you wish to locate and click ‘Enter’ or ‘OK’.

    Insert and empty line


    Clicking this button will add an empty line before the line you have marked.
    To activate mark the line in front of which you want to add a new line and
    click this button.

    Mark them all


    The ‘All’ button colors the entire points list including a space line and
    comments. This makes it easier to mark the entire list when working on the
    block of points.

    Displaying coordinates mode options


    The options window is for controlling the type and size of the points
    labeling. Click this button to open the ‘options dialog box'. CivilCAD 10 will
    display the general options window with the coordinate’s options at the
    bottom. We will go through these options:

    Standard mode – displaying the coordinates in text format:


    Names – Displaying the point’s names. If this option is checked, the
    name of the point will appear attached to the point.
    Elevations- The point's elevation.
    Codes –The point's code.
    Circles - Showing a circle around the point.
    Crosses – Showing a cross on the point.

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    Brackets - Showing brackets around the elevation point. You can
    choose between numerous brackets types or cancel this option by
    choosing ‘None’.
    Scale – Choosing the text font size. The text height will be according to
    the general scale settings (for more details please refer to "Chapter 24,
    Configurations window").
    Format – The format in which the points will be shown. There are two
    formats of presenting the points (beside ‘Blocks’).
    Format 1- the elevation of the point will appear on both sides of the
    point itself – meters left of the point and centimeters to its right.
    Format 2 – the elevation of the point will appear above it

    Blocks mode – displaying the coordinates as blocks entities:

    After choosing this option, all entities displaying the coordinate (height,
    name and symbol) will be displayed as one block. These blocks will be
    displayed according to the blocks library and the coordinates’ code
    numbers (to learn more about working with codes please refer to chapter
    3).

    Note: for using this option you must set the "drawing options" into "blocks
    mode" by following the next steps*:
    From the main menu activate: File->Configuration.
    Select the second tab (“Drawing environment”).
    Under “Drawing options” select the “blocks mode” option.
    Press OK to save the changes and close the configuration window.

    * Tip: to set the software to always work in blocks mode, set both the
    "drawing options" in the "configurations" window and the coordinate's
    settings in the "Options" window into "Block mode".

    To make a change and save it, click ‘OK’. Click on ‘Cancel’ to cancel any
    change. After closing the options window press to refresh the drawing
    according to the last settings.

    Sort
    This command is for sorting the points list by their number. When you click
    this button the warning “All coordinates will be sorted” will appear. Click to
    confirm. The list of points will be sorted in an ascending order. All points
    with an alphanumeric name will be transferred to the top of the list.
    Note: The reordering command is not supported by the ‘Undo’ command.

    Auto numbers -

    Changing the Point Name


    This option is for automatically changing the point’s names. Clicking this
    button will open a window with the options below:

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    Start column – positioning the first character in the list for the new
    point’s name
    End column – positioning the last character in the list for the new
    names (the program will not go past this position).
    Start counting from – the value for the counting beginning.
    After clicking ‘OK’, the program will present a window to confirm the
    change, and after the change has been made, it will change all the points’
    names from the list. In case some of the list is marked by ‘Block’, the
    changes will be made for this section only.

    Freezing a point(s)
    This command is for neutralizing a point in the computation. A frozen point
    will appear in the drawing, but will not be included in the drawing during the
    creating contour lines phase. This way you can freeze sewage cells, pits
    and more. To freeze a point, mark it from the list and click this button. The
    sign <Fr> will appear left of the point. Continue to mark the points you wish
    to freeze. Refresh the drawing when you are done – and the frozen point
    will appear in the drawing. When you go back to compute the contour lines
    you will be able to view the change caused by the freezing of points. In
    order to “unfreeze" a point, mark it and click again on the ‘Freeze’ button.
    *Note: it is also possible to freeze a measuring point by adding the code
    ‘Fr’ to the desired point.

    Locate a point in the drawing (Fix)


    Use this command to locate a point from the list on the drawing. Mark the
    point (in the list) you wish to locate and click this button.
    In AutoCAD or ZWCAD version: the desired point will be located and
    placed in the center of the drawing.

    Calculating the point elevation (+H)


    This command enables you to compute the elevation of the point
    interpolation by its coordinates. The elevation calculation will be done only
    if there are contour lines on the drawing.
    We will demonstrate the use of this option.

    For example: you have a project with contour lines, and you wish to locate
    the elevation of a point with known coordinates.
    Add the new point to the coordinates list.
    Mark with your mouse the point inside the list.
    Click this button.
    You will notice that for this point the elevation had been calculated. In case
    you made a design, you can calculate the point’s elevations from the
    designed topography by using this command on the list of designed points.
    This command supports working with blocks.

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    Adding elevation to point (Add Height)
    This command is for adding/reducing elevation from all the points or from a
    group of points marked as a block. To operate click this button. Enter the
    desired addition of elevation in the box that opens. To reduce elevations
    enter a negative number.
    Click ‘OK’ to activate or click ‘Cancel’ to cancel it.
    Note: to add/reduce elevation for some of the points only, mark them first,
    and then set them as a ‘Block’.

    Direct input of points from total station


    Click this button to open the communication window. Make certain you
    have the proper tool and that the communication data matches the data
    tuned inside the tool. Click ‘Receive’ to get the data from the tool or ‘Send’
    data to it.
    If you wish to send only half the points, you can do so by marking the
    desired ones, setting them as a ‘Block’ and clicking ‘Send’. A message will
    appear notifying that the ‘Block’ points were sent (not all the points).

    Changing coordinates
    This button will replace the coordinates ‘X’ with ‘Y’ in the points list. To
    view the influence of this command in the drawing, click . Activate
    ‘Zoom extents’ to move to the new drawing area.

    Update block’s rotation


    Click on this button will update coordinates angle (in coordinates list) of
    coordinates that has been rotated on drawing.

    saving changes in location of coordinates' name and height which


    are made graphically on drawing to CivilCAD 10 database.
    This option is available only in 'Standard Mode' and in 'Format 2'.
    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to ‘Design /
    TopographyCoordinates’.
    Click ‘Options’ button. 'Options' window will open.
    Checkmark the ‘Standard Mode’ option and select Format 2.
    Click the ‘OK’ button to save definitions.
    Notice that now, 'Save Coordinates Text According To Definitions'
    button in ‘Design / TopographyCoordinates’ menu is accessible.
    After changing the coordinates' name or height location on drawing,
    click the button for saving the changes to CivilCAD 10 database.

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    The database will be displayed in ‘Design / TopographyCoordinates’ list
    with the new coordinates of the point's name and height.

    Drawing commands affecting the list


    In the coordinates list window at the bottom of the screen the following list
    appears on the right:

    Unused, Pick, Locate, Erase, Move

    This list enables you to operate on the drawing as these commands will
    directly influence the coordinates list. In this section of this chapter we will
    discuss these commands.

    Unused

    The state in which none of the commands are active. This is a default
    situation of the list.

    Pick

    Adding a point from the drawing.

    To activate click on ‘Pick’ from the list to mark it in blue. From the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD line of commands appears the writing : ‘Pick point
    <XXX>/(Esc)nd>. The number in brackets is the number that will be given
    the point you choose. To change this number click the desired number and
    ‘Enter’. Move with the mouse cursor to the drawing area, stand on a point
    you wish to add and click on the mouse button – you will see that the point
    that had been added to the coordinates list. Another click on the mouse will
    create an additional point, and so on. To finish click ‘Esc’.

    Point elevations: as before said , each click will add a point to the list. In a
    project where contour lines were computed (‘TopographyContours’), the
    program will perform interpolation to the elevation of the new point and add
    it automatically into the list of coordinates.
    You will notice that the point that was added, automatically received a
    name/number. You can control the points names that are added (other
    than of manually changing the name of the point after it was added), the
    following way:

    Go to ‘File -> Configuration’ from the main menu (the command ruler at
    the head of the drawing).
    From the window that opens select “coordinates format” tab and select
    from the 2 options under “New points counter”:

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    The automatic numbering – to operate check ‘v’ next to ‘Auto
    names’. This option instructs the computer to automatically give a
    name that does not appear in the list. These names will open with
    the letter ‘T’ for ‘Topography coordinates’ and with the letter ‘D’ for
    ‘Designed points.’
    Ascending numbering– It is possible to instruct the computer to
    number the added points in an ascending order, starting from a
    defined number. To the right of ‘Start counting from’ appears a text
    line. Enter in this text line the point number from which the
    numbering will begin.

    You will notice that the ‘v’ marking left of ‘Auto names’ has
    disappeared. From this point on, every new point you add will be
    numbered in an ascending order of the number you typed.
    Nevertheless the program will *not prevent duality in the point’s
    names.
    Note: When working with AutoCAD/ZWCAD, this function is similar
    to entering a point number directly in the AutoCAD/ZWCAD line.

    After choosing click ‘OK’.

    Note: *It is possible to give an identical name to two different point. In such
    a case the points will be presented at their proper place on the drawing,
    and you will be able to calculate contour lines for them. Problems with
    names duality will occur only when these points are included in the
    designed plane, breaklines, center lines, etc. In such cases you should
    avoid giving different points identical names.

    Locate

    Locating a point/group of points from the list in the drawing.

    To activate click on ‘Locate’ from the list of commands. In the


    AutoCAD/ZWCAD command line you will see this writing:

    PolygonIn/PolygonOut/<Single>/(Esc)nd:

    (Esc)nd – Click on Esc to finish the command.


    Single – default. Locating a single point. In AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Object
    Point to Snap’ will be automatically operated. If a certain point is
    chosen, it will be located from the bottom list and be painted blue.
    PolygonIn – Locating points inside a closed shape. Click ‘I’ and ‘Enter’
    to activate this command. Mark a polygon around the desired points
    and click ‘C’ and ‘Enter’ to close it. All the points inside the Polygon will
    be located and colored in blue.
    PolygonOut – Locating points outside a closed shape. Click on ‘O’ and
    ‘Enter’ to activate this command. Draw a polygon around the desired

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    shape. Click ‘C’ and 'Enter' to end. All the points outside the polygon
    will be located and colored blue.

    Freeze

    Freezing a point/s from the list in the drawing. The point that was frozen
    will appear on the screen but its elevation will not affect the contour lines
    drawing.

    To activate click on ‘Freeze’ from the list of commands. In the AutoCAD


    /ZWCAD command line you will see this writing:
    PolygonIn/polygonOut/<Single>/(Esc)nd:

    (Esc)nd – Click on Esc to finish the command.


    Single – default. Locating a single point. In AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Object
    Point to Snap’ will be automatically operated. If a certain point is
    chosen, it will be located from the bottom list and get frozen. After you
    have froze all the desired points, click to show the frozen points in
    the window.
    PolygonIn –Freezing points inside a closed shape. Click ‘I’ and ‘Enter’
    to activate this command. Mark a polygon around the desired points
    and click ‘C’ and ‘Enter’ to close it. All the points inside the Polygon will
    be located and frozen. Click to show the frozen points in the
    window.
    PolygonOut – Freezing points outside a closed shape. Click on ‘O’ and
    ‘Enter’ to activate this command. Draw a polygon around the desired
    shape. Click ‘C’ to end. All the points outside the polygon will be frozen
    and colored blue. Click to show the frozen points in the window.

    Erase

    Erasing a point(s) from the list using the drawing. To activate click on
    ‘Erase’ from the list of commands.
    One of the best uses for the ‘Erase’ command is to limit the project area to
    a defined space, or to erase the deviating coordinates in your project.

    We will demonstrate this issue: say you have a new project into which you
    have imported a measurement coordinates file, and in this file are also the
    measurement stations and coordinates of the station’s orientation points. In
    many cases, these points are far from the measurement area and so after
    importing a file and refreshing it (R), you will get a group of points (the
    project area) and a small number of remote points that are of no use. You
    can use the option ‘Erase -> Win out’ or ‘Erase -> polygonIn’ (depending
    on the work configuration( to erase the remote points from your project.
    After erasing, click on to refresh the drawing.

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    Move

    Moving a point/s from the list.

    It is a common mistake to think that moving a point with AutoCAD/ZWCAD


    (the ordinary ‘Move’ command) will change the coordinates of the same
    point in the bottom list. However, it is possible to use the ‘Move’ option
    described here to physically move a point, while simultaneously changing
    its coordinates in the list.
    To activate click on ‘Move’ from the list of commands. In the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD command line this writing will appear:
    PolygonIn/polygonOut/<Single>/(Esc)nd:
    (Esc)nd – Click on Esc to finish the command.
    Single – default. Moving a single point. In AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Object
    Point to Snap’ will be automatically operated. After selecting a certain
    point, you will be asked to mark the first location that will serve as the
    reference point for movement, and then mark the place you want the
    points to move to. The coordinates of the selected point will change
    according to its new location and according to the yellow cross marking.
    When you finish moving all the desired points, click to refresh the
    drawing.
    PolygonIn – Moving points inside a closed shape. Click ‘I’ and ‘Enter’
    to activate this command. Mark a polygon around the desired points
    and click ‘C’ and ‘Enter’ to close it. All the points inside the Polygon will
    be located. Mark the first location that will serve as the reference point
    for movement, and then mark the place you want the points to move to.
    When you finish moving, click .
    PolygonOut – Moving points located outside a closed shape. Click on
    ‘O’ and ‘Enter’ to activate this command. Draw a polygon around the
    desired shape. Click ‘C’ and 'Enter' to end. All the points outside the
    polygon will be located. Mark the first location that will serve as the
    reference point for movement, and then mark the place you want the
    points to move to. When you finish moving, click .

    Working with blocks


    There are many commands such as ‘Copy’ ‘Freeze’ and more, that can be
    used for working with blocks. A block is actually a group of points on which
    certain commands that can be made. The following example will show how
    to use blocks.
    Follow these steps to print a section of the points list in your project:

    Color in blue the points you want to print.


    To do so mark the first point for printing in the list, move with the arrows
    right of the list to the last point of printing, hold the ‘shift’ key, and click
    and mark this point. All points between the two marked points will be
    colored in blue.

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    Now mark the points colored in blue as ‘Block’. By checking ‘v’ next to
    the word ‘Block’. From here on, all the points marked in the list are
    “trapped” by ‘Block’.
    Click on the ‘Print’ button (with the picture of a printer from the bottom
    group of buttons). You will get the message that only the ‘Block’ will be
    printed and not the entire list. Click ‘OK’ to continue the process and
    confirm the printing after the printer dialog box appears.

    We have shown that working with blocks enables you to define a group of
    points together, making it possible to activate them as a group. We will
    now discuss an additional command (very useful!) possible for activation
    on blocks. This command allows simultaneous erasing and adding of
    columns to a group of lines. Study this example:
    Say you have a list of coordinates that was imported to the bottom list, but
    in the left column farthest on the left appears the code ‘0’, implying that a
    line from the list will look like this:
    0 Bm2000 500.32 100.37 30.15

    This line is not legal, as the parameter zero is unnecessary. You can, of-
    course, move a line and erase this parameter, but it will take up much time.
    To do this with blocks:

    Mark the first point on your list.


    Move with the arrows to the last point on your list, hold the ‘Shift’ key
    and click (key-board), and mark the last point with your mouse.
    Capture the group of points as –‘Block’ (by checking ‘v’ next to the work
    ‘Block’).
    Bring the text cursor to the points editing line, so it will stand in front of
    the parameter zero that appears on the same line.
    Click on ‘Delete’ from your key-board – you will see that the entire
    column which has the cursor was erased from all relevant lines (the
    ‘Block’ lines).
    Clicking on the ‘v’ mark next to ‘Block’ will cancel the working with
    blocks.

    * In this example, it was possible to erase or add characters / spaces


    to columns in a group of points.

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    Chapter 3 : Working with
    blocks(code)

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    Working with blocks (Codes)
    One of the many options in working with CivilCAD 10 is presenting the
    project coordinates on a drawing in the form of pre-defined blocks.

    Subsequent to CivilCAD 10 installation, you will find the libraries containing


    the program’s blocks in library ‘Codes’ file.

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Codes\

    The main libraries that you will be working with are the ‘MainHeb’ which
    contains the blocks in Hebrew, and ‘Main’ that contains the same blocks in
    English.

    By entering the ‘CODES’ file from Windows, you will see that for each
    blocks library there are additional ‘DXF’ files and ‘DWT’ files of the same
    name, for example:
    The ‘MainHeb’ library has a ‘MainHeb.dwt’ file, and a ‘MainHeb.dxf’ file.
    These are files in which all the library blocks are defined (see “Working
    with Codes” section in this chapter).

    Chapter topics are as follows:

    Setting work mode in blocks.


    Working with codes.
    Loading a new background into a project with blocks.
    Commands from ‘Topography -> Codes’ window.
    Blocks in roads.
    Defining colors in ‘Template’ file.

    Setting work mode in blocks

    Open project ‘Prototype’ in order to switch to ‘blocks’ work mode.


    Open: ‘File->Open project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’
    Open: ‘File->Configuration’
    Select “Drawing environment’ tab.
    Check ‘V’ in the ‘BlocksMode’ box
    Click ‘OK’

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    Now go to the ‘Code definition’ window:

    Open: ‘Topography->Codes’
    Click on the yellow filing cabinet icon
    From the ‘OpenSet’ window that opens, choose the desired codes
    library and click ‘OK’. Now you can see that the library’s name
    appearing at the top section of the window under ‘Set’.

    After you have picked the blocks library with which you want to work, you
    will need to define the project default block. The program will also use this
    block for coordinates that were not defined by a code from the list.

    Choose the block number from the list in the top section of this window
    Click on ‘Update’
    The program will ask if you wish to convert to the block you have
    chosen. Click ‘Yes’. Now you can see the default block name
    appearing next to the ‘Update (Default)’ icon.
    Open the Topography coordinates list by activating: Topography-
    >Coordinates.
    Press the options button (above the coordinates list), at the bottom
    of the options window, mark the option: Blocks mode and press OK.

    Exit the program and save the changes:

    Click ‘OK’
    Exist the program ‘File-> Exit’
    Confirm the saving of data

    From here on, every time you open a new project, you will work in blocks
    mode. When working on existing projects, the project will work in the mode
    defined for that project specifically.

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    Working with codes

    This exercise will explain how to work with codes.


    After determining the blocks mode, open a new project and perform the
    following:

    Click on ‘Load from text file’ from the coordinates list (yellow filing
    cabinet icon)
    Load the file: Sample7.tco

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Samples\Sample7
    Click on to refresh the drawing.

    Now you can see that the program has loaded the drawing coordinates
    onto the drawing in the form of a permanent block. By not entering the
    representing code for each line in the coordinates list, the program used
    the default block that was defined earlier.

    Now change the list:


    Choose a number of lines from the list and enter at their ends different
    code numbers. The typing will be done in the editing line after the height.
    For example: 1 1000 1000 100.37 23
    (this point will be represented by block code 23)

    These codes must exist in the block list of the existing library. In order to
    view the existing list of codes, open the ‘Topography –codes’ window and
    look at the top section.

    Following the typing click on the *’ReorderCoordinates’ button (the


    button with right and left arrows in the coordinates list). The spaces in the
    list will be arranged automatically.
    Click on again and the program will change the blocks according to the
    changes made in the list.
    In order to change the blocks size in the drawing, click on the ‘Options’
    button - from the coordinates list and in the window that opens bring
    ‘Scale’ to the desired size, and click ‘OK’.
    Press to change the blocks size in the drawing.

    *Unlike working without blocks, working with blocks requires aligning the
    points in the columns prior to clicking .

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    Loading a new background into a project with
    blocks

    Every time you open a new project with blocks, CivilCAD 10 loads a
    ‘Template’ file containing all the blocks belonging to the blocks library with
    which you want to work. Loading a new background for the project via
    ‘File->Open’ command from the AutoCAD/ZWCAD menu, will erase the
    blocks defined in the ‘Template’ file.

    This is the reason for using the AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Insert’ command for
    loading a project background. The background will be loaded as a block or
    a ‘dxf’. In case you have accidentally erased the blocks definition, follow
    these steps:

    From AutoCAD/ZWCAD menu go to: ‘File->Open’


    Choose from ‘File of types’: ‘Drawing template file(dwt)’
    Open the relevant ‘Template’ file from the ‘codes’ library, for example-
    ‘Main.dwt’
    Activate from the main toolbar below the main menu.
    In AutoCAD/ZWCAD activate zoom-extends.

    After the re-loading the template and reconstruction of layers it is possible


    to view the project.

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    Creating codes
    All codes must be created from “Prototype” project.

    1) Open prototype project and then, from CivilCAD 10 main Menu, go


    to ‘Topography–>Codes’.

    2) Click on ‘New Set’ button (at the upper right side of the window)
    to create a new library or click on ‘Open Set’ button in order to
    add codes to existing library.

    3) Click on ‘New block’ button (at the lower right side of the window)
    to create a new block.

    4) Enter the desired code name, and click on ‘Browse file name’
    button to load the block’s DWG.

    5) Click on ‘Set the changes to the block’ button to save the


    definitions.

    6) Repeat steps 3-5 for each code.

    7) After creating codes, open each code’s DWG in AutoCAD/ZWCAD


    and save it as DXF file in the earliest version possible in
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD.

    8) DXF and DWG file must have the same name and be located in the
    same library.

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    Commands from ‘Topography Codes’ window

    Creating, editing, and erasing a new blocks library (‘New Set’)

    New Set – opening a new blocks library


    Clicking this button will present a window with the names of the existing
    libraries. Enter the new library name next to the heading ‘New set’ and
    click ‘OK’. The location of the blocks library is in ‘CODES’, from inside the
    installation library.

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Codes\

    Erase Set – clicking this button and choosing a library from the list that
    opens completely erases the library from the list and from the codes file.

    Open Set – opening an existing blocks library


    Clicking this button will present the list of existing libraries in another
    window. After choosing the library click ‘OK’.

    Set block as default – choosing a default block


    After selecting a block from the list of blocks in this window, click this
    button to set the chosen block as a default block. This block will be
    presented to the coordinate without a code in the coordinates list.

    Preview – a preview of a block


    Clicking this button will load the block itself to the graphic environment and
    present it on the screen. Since this action will erase the existing diagram, it
    should be followed by a click on . Please notice that this command will
    only restore the layers connected to CivilCAD 10 software.

    Browse file name - choosing one block file from the blocks library
    In order to choose a new block and add it to the library, open this window
    and choose the block you would like to define for the existing library. By
    clicking on one of the blocks from the list that opens, the name of the
    chosen block will automatically appear in the typing line.

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    New Block – choosing a new block
    Clicking this button defines a new block. In order to choose a block from
    the list, open the window with the list of blocks (the three-point button) .
    After choosing the block from the list, the name of the file will appear next
    to the heading:
    ‘File-name’. Enter the block’s name under ‘Blocks name’. Type the name
    of the layer in which the block will be entered next to the heading ‘Layer’.
    Use the same layer for all the blocks in the same library. Enter the chosen
    code name for the new layer next to the heading ‘Code’. To use this block
    - enter this code in the coordinates list. After defining all the data to the
    new block, click ‘OK’ to enter the block in the list of codes in the top
    section of this window.

    Erase Block – erasing a block from the library


    This button erases the block from the list of blocks, but does not erase its
    file from its library, so that in the future it can be returned to the list.

    Block in roads

    In blocks mode, when working on a project with roads, CivilCAD 10 creates


    the layers representing the IPs data by using blocks in the form of signs,
    making it very easy to edit the drawing the software had created.

    In order to define the working mode in roads with blocks perform the
    following steps:
    From the main menu, activate Roads->Horizontal alignment.
    From the window at the right side of the screen press on the options
    button -
    CivilCAD 10 will display the options window, at the top of that window
    (under “Horizontal alignment”) notice the option IP’S Data in blocks
    mode, below that option mark the option: Show all data.
    Press OK.

    In order to illustrate this, create a project with blocks and define a road.
    When the software creates the road layout, try to move one of the Ips signs
    from AutoCAD/ZWCAD. You will see that the entire sign is made up of one
    block that you can enlarge or turn according to need.

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    Defining colors in ‘Template’ file

    Another advantage to working on a project with blocks in CivilCAD 10, is


    the possibility to predefine colors for the layers the software creates. For
    example, you can determine the colors in the contour line the software will
    create.

    From AutoCAD/ZWCAD menu go to: ‘File->Open’.


    Choose from ‘File of types’: ‘Drawing template file(dwt)’.
    Open the relevant ‘Template’ file from the ‘codes’ library, for example-
    ‘Main.dwt’.
    Open the AutoCAD/ZWCAD list of layers.
    Change the colors in the ‘Tcontours’ as you desire.
    Save the file.
    Operate CivilCAD 10 software.
    Open a new project with blocks (in this case with MainHeb library).
    Load the coordinates file into the ‘Topography coordinates’.
    Run contour lines - ‘Topography -> contours’.

    Now you can see that the layers the software has created in order to show
    the contour lines, are presented in the colors you have defined earlier in
    the ‘Template’ file. Using this system you can predetermine the color for
    each layer the program creates.

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    Chapter 4: Creating
    contour lines

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    Creating contour lines

    In this chapter we will explain how to create contour lines. We will show
    how to create contour lines, starting with the most basic option. Preceding,
    we will discuss additional options, and finally advanced issues like defining
    breaklines.

    Start using.
    Basic issues and defining the range of contour lines.
    Command buttons from the contours window.
    Setting options.
    Contour lines layers.
    Processing points to create contour lines.
    Breaklines.

    Start using

    To create contour lines, go to: ‘Topography -> Contours'.


    )Topography appears in the main menu at the head of the drawing window.

    To the right of the drawing, in the desk-top window, a contour lines window
    will appear with the blue heading: Topography Contours).

    Press Apply button in this window, to operate the contour lines


    computation. Contours data such as: Intervals, contour layers, and so
    forth, will be automatically chosen by the software according to the default
    settings.

    Basic issues and defining the range of contour


    lines

    Before we continue the discussion, in order to allow immediate application


    of the issues which we will discuss next, open a new project and enter the
    following list of points:

    1 20.00 40.00 15.50


    2 10.00 30.00 14.52
    3 0.00 20.00 15.00
    4 34.14 25.86 15.50
    5 24.14 15.86 14.52
    6 14.14 5.86 15.00
    7 59.93 15.59 15.50
    8 54.12 2.19 14.52
    9 52.33 -14.78 15.00
    10 88.51 22.28 15.50
    11 97.44 5.76 14.52
    12 107.27 -5.41 15.00

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    13 109.95 42.76 15.50
    14 124.33 26.03 14.52
    15 138.97 12.70 15.00

    After entering the list, press the ‘Reorder button’ to align the list and
    press to display the points on the drawing.

    1. Defining the intervals between the contour lines: In the ‘Contour


    Lines’ window you will find the ‘intervals’ field. To define the
    intervals between the contour lines, type the desired interval in the
    text-box to the right of ‘intervals’. To confirm, click Apply.
    (note: If the word ‘default’ appears in the text-box, erase it and enter
    the desired interval).

    2. Defining the interval calculation range: When opening the


    Counter Lines Window, you will notice a large frame that appears in
    the window with the word ‘Extents’. This word indicates that at the
    contour lines will be calculated now (after operating this command
    by clicking the Apply button) in all of the drawing area, and
    furthermore, the shape of the contour lines will be arched at all
    times. For example:

    In this drawing area the contour lines will be calculated also in the confined
    area between the following points 1>-13>-10>-7>-4>-1, and not as we
    might have preferred, without this area. To calculate the contour lines
    without this area, you must define it in the following manner :

    Choose ‘Locate’ from the list of options in the right window.


    Go to the drawing area and choose the selected area by defining the its
    bordering points: 9 >--- 6 >--- 3 >-- 2 >---1 .
    When you are finished, click on ‘S’ and ‘Enter’ in the command line).
    After defining the range of the contour lines, click OK to create them.

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    There are more methods for defining the range of the contour lines.
    Let us observe two:

    Inserting the points names into the range of contour lines: At the
    head of the right window appears a line of text. Go to this line with your
    cursor and insert the points that border the contour lines. Between each
    point click ‘Enter’. You can also simultaneously insert together a range
    of points on the condition that they are arranged in an ascending order,
    for example : 100-110. Click ‘Enter’ when finished. Click Apply to
    receive the contour lines.

    Using Polyline In AutoCAD/ZWCAD, draw a polyline between the


    points that border the contour lines. After drawing your polyline, choose
    ‘select’ from the options list on the right. Go to the drawing, choose the
    polyline you marked and click ‘Enter’. You can see that in the points list
    from the right window appears a <Noname< list. Press Apply to receive
    the contour lines.

    Note: You can do the polyline drawing in any layer you want. For
    your convenience, you can enlarge the AutoCAD/ZWCAD window
    to maximum by closing the panels (from the right and below the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD window) by pressing the small ‘x’ button at the
    top of each panel. To restore the coordinates’ panel (panel below
    the AutoCAD/ZWCAD) activate Topography->Coordinates.

    Show Triangles: Present the Interpolation triangles in the drawing:


    checking this option means that for all contour lines calculations, the
    triangles which served as interpolation for the creation of the contour
    lines will be drawn. In order to compute the contour lines the program
    does triangulation (interpolation of triangles), so that the area being
    computed is “covered” with triangles. The program will choose the
    triangles itself, so that each point will be connected (as much as
    possible) to the two points closest to it, without the overlapping of
    triangles, or there will not be an area that is not covered in triangles.

    Fix borders: Automatic border repair: As mentioned, the computation


    of contour lines will be done throughout the project (in all its areas),
    unless an exact border was defined. You can instruct the computer to
    automatically repair the border computation. Check this option and click
    ‘OK’ to compute contour lines again. The program will try to minimize
    the computation borders, so that the triangles with an exceptionally long
    side will be removed automatically. This way we can avoid connection
    between distant points, ones that we do not need to connect.
    Note: This option is based on the mathematical computation in
    which the program defines for each and every project what its
    “longest side” is, according to the density of the project and the
    average distance between the points. This computation is not

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    always the ideal solution, in which case we will turn to the other
    tools explained in this chapter.

    Show borders: displaying the contours’ border, if a border was defined


    by the user CivilCAD 10 will display that border otherwise; it will
    calculate the border for the whole contours area and display it.

    Create triangles only: the contours will not be shown on the drawing,
    but the program will build the triangulation model in the computer’s
    memory, therefore CivilCAD 10 will be able to do any calculation in the
    project even if the contours are invisible.

    Smooth: Smoothing the contour lines – The program creates, by


    default, exact contour lines according to the triangles that were formed.
    You can order the program to “smooth” these contours. To do so check
    ‘V’ in this field and click OK.
    Note: After “smoothing”, the contours you receive will be less
    accurate.
    Smoothing level – You can choose the level of smoothness
    for the contour lines by selecting it from the ComboBox (near
    the "Smooth" label). There are 10 possible levels. By
    choosing a lower level the result will be less smooth but more
    accurate and vice versa. Please notice that the process in
    lower levels will be much slower.

    Max Interpolation Length – Defining the maximum length for


    interpolation: CivilCAD 10 creates, by default, triangular interpolation
    between all existing points. You can define maximum distance for the
    performance of this interpolation. Choose, for example, a value of 60
    meter (the work units for a field are in meters), and click OK. The
    program will perform interpolation only between the points that the
    distance between them is not over 60 meters. This way you can
    remove unwanted triangles, since they have a side that overpasses this
    distance.

    In order to use any one of the options mentioned above, check ‘v’ next to
    the option and press Apply. The program will compute the contours
    according to the definition that have been set, and draw them. If such
    contour lines already exist from previous definitions, the program will erase
    them and show only the new contours.

    Pick height - Eelevation labeling in a specific place: in some cases


    the elevation labeling chosen by the program is not satisfying or just not
    good. In such cases it is possible to add elevation labeling in the
    following way:

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    Mark ‘Pick’ and move to the drawing area. Create a line between
    any two points (click your mouse button, hold and move to the new
    location), so that it will cut across a number of contour lines. After
    the line was drawn, elevations will be automatically drawn at the
    cross sections of the contours. You can also avoid labeling
    unwanted elevation layers by doing the following: enter the layers
    and freeze the ones for which you don’t want to draw elevations. Go
    back to the Contours Window and choose ‘pick height’ again in
    order to draw the intersection line. Now the elevations will be
    labeled only for the layers that are not frozen. When the labeling is
    finished, return to the frozen layers to “view” mode. The layers will
    return to the drawing, without the elevation labeling.

    Command buttons from the contours window:

    We will discuss the functions of the buttons that appear in the Contours
    Window:

    Emphasizes Contours instantly: Click this button to draw a yellow line


    around the Contour Lines area (zone). To erase the line click .

    Erases the points list that define the contours range (field of area):
    click this icon to erase the points list that border the contours border . You
    will be returned to the state of computing the entire area.

    Erases a point from the list of points that define the contour. Mark the
    point you want to delete from the list and click this icon. Click on to
    confirm the change as final.

    Set : After each change you make in the contours computation borders,
    click this icon to validate your choice.

    Open Options Window : Open the contours Status Index. See details
    on
    ‘Options’ from the chapter ‘Settings’.

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    Setting options
    Activate the options Window by clicking the options icon ( ). These are
    the options available on the window (the contours options will appear at the
    upper-left corner of the window):

    Auto elevations – When this option is checked, the program will


    automatically assign the numbering of the contour lines according to
    the plan. Removing this option and running the contours computation
    once again will result in the drawing contours without their elevation
    computation label. Since the contour lines are divided into layers
    according to intervals, it is easy to define for which layers the elevation
    will be written and for which not. This will be discussed in the course of
    this chapter.

    Brackets – This option will cause square brackets to appear around


    the elevation labeling of the contours. This way you can differentiate
    between existing and designed contours.

    Format ‘##’- this option sign will make the elevation labeling in format
    ##. For example – whether the elevation label 3.25 was written in a
    marked or unmarked format, it will always be written as 3.25. On the
    other hand, if the labeling is 3.20, the labeling can be viewed in two
    different ways:
    Without the option the elevation will be – 3.2
    With the option it will be – 3.20

    Scale – Choosing the text font size. The text height will be according to
    the general scale settings (for more details please refer to "Chapter 24,
    Configurations window").

    Note: During the printing process, the labeling will be printed as it is viewed
    in the window. The font size 100 is compatible for printing on the scale of
    approximately 1:100.

    Contour lines layers

    The contour lines are divided into layers according to the intervals between
    them. For example - all contour lines with intervals of 1 meter will be
    grouped together into one layer (100, 101, 102 etc.). You can control the
    contour layers. The division into layers is dependant on the intervals
    between the contours that were determined during the computation. In the
    Options Window appears the label: ‘Layers’. This is a Layer contours scale
    (graph):

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    Each number represents a different layer. You can browse between layers
    by marking the layer you want using your mouse. The other details that
    appear in the frame, represent the characteristics of the highlighted layer.
    We will now discuss these characteristics:

    Intervals –Intervals in contour lines. As aforesaid, we divide the


    contours to layers according to the intervals between them. In the
    ‘Intervals’ Window you can characterize each layer by determining
    which contours will enter it. If, for example you enter 0.5, all contours
    with intervals of 0.5 will enter this layer. A zero interval will notify the
    program to include the lines for which no layers were defined, in the 0.5
    layer group.

    If, for example, the segmentation into layers is so:

    Layer Interval (M)


    0 10
    1 5
    2 1
    3 0.25
    4 0

    And you ask for contour lines every 0.1 meters, all contours that do not
    belong to any layers (100.1, 100.2 etc.), will be passed over to layer four.

    Unused – This option will neutralize the marked layer, so that it won’t
    be formed at all. If, for example, you want all the contour lines to enter
    one layer, mark in layer 0, zero intervals, while marking all other layers
    as ‘unused’.

    Auto Elevation – Automatic Elevation labeling. If the main ‘Auto


    Elevation’ option is checked, then all elevation labeling will be done
    automatically. This labeling is affected by the ‘Auto Elevation’ option.
    For a layer that doesn’t need automatic elevation labeling, uncheck the
    marking next to the layer. If, for example, you do not want Auto
    Elevation labeling for layer 0.25, highlight this layer in the list (say it was
    defined as layer 3), and cancel the ‘Auto Elevation’ next to it.

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    Processing points to create contour lines

    The creation of contour lines is dependant, aforesaid, on the measurement


    points of the project. There might be points in your project that you will not
    want to include in the creation of contour lines. There are a number of
    ways of dealing with such points:

    Points without elevation – CivilCAD 10 defines points with no


    elevation. Unlike other CAD tools, CivilCAD 10 separates between
    points at elevation 0 and points of no elevation. CivilCAD 10 will
    recognize points with no elevation, and will automatically exclude them
    from the creation of contour lines.

    Freezing points – You can freeze the points that have elevation, yet
    you do not want to include in the creation of contour lines. Freezing the
    points can be done in two ways:
    a. From the list (see details in chapter
    “Coordinates database - icons that affect the list
    and are connected to it”).
    b. From the drawing (see chapter “Coordinate
    database - drawing commands affecting the
    list”).

    Let us review the process of freezing a point:

    Click on the word ‘freeze’ from the list of functions in the bottom
    window.
    Move your cursor to the drawing area and capture one of the points you
    wish to freeze. You will notice that the point had been located in the
    bottom list and that the word ,’<Fr>’ has been added beside it.
    Click on and you will be able to view the “freezing” in the drawing.
    Open the contour lines drawing window and perform line computation.

    You will be able to notice the change done to the contour lines according to
    the point you have frozen. If you add the interpolation triangles drawing to
    the contour line computation, you will see that the triangles have been re-
    arranged in order to overlook the frozen coordinate.

    Canceling coordinates in the drawing – There may be points in the


    list that you will not want to see in the drawing. Unlike the frozen points,
    these points will not appear in the drawing and will not be included in
    the contour lines computation. In order to remove a point from the
    drawing, you must perform the following steps :
    Mark the designed point from the bottom list of points.
    Stand on the points editing line, before the desired point and add
    the “/” mark at the beginning.

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    Click on and the point will be erased from the drawing.

    Freezing a point by its code – Even if you don’t want to change the
    point or its original name in the drawing, you might still not want it to
    affect its contour. In this case you can freeze the point by giving it a
    code. The point code will appear in the fifth column of the point (after
    the elevation). Remember that the point that you want to code must
    have some kind of elevation (it can even be zero). The code added to
    the frozen point will be “FR”.

    Please see the sample below:


    Our point is: 15 175346.32 176728.76 153.14

    Add the “FR” code in the following manner –


    15 175346.32 176728.76 153.14 FR.
    Click on the ‘Reorder points’ button (the button with the two blue arrows
    from the bottom, to make the code appear in the proper column).
    Click on to update the drawing.
    To view the change, go back and compute more contour lines.

    Breaklines

    Naming and defining the problem: A breakline is actually a geometric


    definition of a line that will not allow two points that appear on one side of
    the line and the other, to form a triangle, during the contour triangle
    interpolation of the contour lines stage.

    This example of a surveyed road will clear things up:

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    From this diagram you can immediately tell that the contour lines received
    are not correct. If you look at the triangle interpolation (see next diagram)
    that was made for this road, you can tell that it is also not correct. Take for
    example points 6, 7, 5, and 15. The interpolation that was received for
    these points is for triangles: 6,7,15 and 5,15,7. Point 7 is an elevated point,
    and you will not necessarily want point 15 to connect to it.
    We would like this interpolation to be made: 5,15,6 and 5, 7, 6.

    Defining the Lines – An example: we will now use breaklines to


    solve the problem. To continue the discussion and run this example,
    open a new project and type in the following list :

    1 1334.69 1722.34 147.45


    2 1336.84 1720.00 147.91
    3 1336.45 1719.62 151.64
    4 1344.39 1719.59 148.74
    5 1355.17 1716.48 150.10
    6 1363.76 1712.62 151.15
    7 1356.89 1713.75 151.38
    8 1356.38 1713.68 153.82
    9 1333.23 1728.75 146.83
    10 1333.64 1730.88 146.95
    11 1333.71 1730.88 149.94
    12 1352.31 1723.60 149.63
    13 1352.80 1724.98 149.75
    14 1354.37 1725.29 152.66
    15 1364.38 1719.02 151.10
    16 1365.50 1720.42 151.13
    17 1366.42 1720.61 153.09

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    After you open a new project – open the Breaklines Window and go to –
    Topography->Lines. The Breaklines Window will appear from the right.
    This window is divided into two sections (for more details see Chapter 5 –
    ‘Lines Connections’)

    The bottom which contains the breaklines list and enables


    changes in the list, such as deleting an entire line, saving files as
    .dis type files and more.
    The top which shows the highlighted line (the same line that is
    highlighted in the lines List) and enables to make changes such as
    adding and deleting points from it.

    Defining Breaklines

    Defining breaklines using ‘Locate’ to choose the points - when this


    window is opened, a new line by the name of 1 will open automatically.
    Click on ‘Locate’ from the options list in the upper window to go to the
    drawing area, and mark a line between coordinates 5 and 6 (mark the line
    by catching first point 5, and then 6). When you finish, click on ‘S’ from the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD command line).

    This definition of breakline will compel the program to perform the correct
    interpolation that will solve the problem (to repeat the interpolation you will
    have to run the contour lines once again). Continue to define more lines :
    Click on button from the bottom of the breaklines window. A new line
    will open (line number 2). Define this line between points 15,12,9 (click
    again on ‘Locate’ and mark the points according to order.

    Defining breaklines by typing in point names – open a new line and


    define it Between points 1,4,5. After opening a new line, move with your
    mouse to the text line at the top of the window and point to it. Type the
    number ‘1’ and click ‘Enter’. Continue to type the coordinates 4 and 5.
    When you finish, click ‘Set’.
    We have finished defining the breaklines. Go to ‘Topography -> Contours’
    and choose the intervals 0.5, and click ‘Apply. The new breaklines will be
    calculated and you will receive the following diagram:

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    You can complete the diagram by defining a specific range for the
    breaklines (as was explained in the section “Basic issues and the defining
    of breaklines range”.

    Defining breaklines using Polyline.


    In addition to the two previous options, you can also define a breakline by
    choosing 3D Polyline from AutoCAD/ZWCAD (the breaklines have to be
    3D Polylines, because Polylines in two dimensions cannot serve as such).
    To use this option, follow these steps:

    Draw a 3D polylines in AutoCAD/ZWCAD that will be used as


    breaklines. (you can use Object Snap for Node and connect between
    the points CivilCAD 10 had created).
    Enter the ‘Topography Lines’ window and choose ‘select’ from the
    window on the right.
    Move to the AutoCAD/ZWCAD drawing area and choose the line you
    want. Click ‘Enter’. The line will be recorded in the right window.
    Open a new line ( button) and choose the next line.

    Continue and choose all your selected lines.

    Expanding the creation of breaklines:

    Creating breaklines for points which were not measured (do not exist in the
    file). Occasionally you will need to draw breaklines for points that have not
    been measured (e.g. building borders etc.). In this case you will need to
    manually add the points to the file in order to connect them. To do so
    please follow the steps below:

    Run the contour lines in the project as usual.

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    Use ‘pick’ from the bottom window and choose the points you want to
    add (for a review of this action see the section – “Coordinates Database
    - Drawing commands affecting the list”). Since you are working on a
    three-dimensional background of contour lines, the chosen coordinates
    will automatically get the altitude of the existing model.
    Click on to refresh.
    Go to Topography -> Contours and connect the breaklines between the
    coordinates that were formed.
    Creating groups of breaking lines from an AutoCAD/ZWCAD layer –
    see chapter “Dealing with DWG files – extracting coordinates and lines
    from a DWG file”.

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    Chapter 5: Lines
    connections

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    Lines connections

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to define measuring lines – lines usually


    defined as breaklines. This chapter will explain how to define these lines
    using several different methods. While we will be referring in this chapter to
    ‘Existing status’ breaklines, all activations described are relevant to ‘Design
    status’ measuring lines.

    The topics in this chapter are:

    Defining measuring lines.


    Changing the lines definition.
    Commands from ‘Topography/Design lines’ window.
    Filtering lines from a DWG file.

    Defining measuring lines

    CivilCAD 10 software has a few different ways to define measuring lines.


    Using this example will show how to define the measuring lines in a project
    including all possible options (while this sample refers to the creation of
    measuring lines for ‘Existing’ status, it is also relevant to ‘Designed’
    status measuring lines).

    1. From menu activate ‘Topography -> Lines’


    2. In the ‘Lines list’ (under the heading ‘Lines list’) you will find the list
    of lines with one line and no points. Define this line using one of the
    following methods:

    ‘Locate’ – Click on ‘Locate’, go to the drawing window and click on


    points that are already defined in the project and are on the drawing.
    After clicking on each point, the program will add the name of the
    point to the points list (at the top of the ‘Topography lines’ window).
    These points represent the current line (marked in blue) from the
    ‘Lines list’.
    ‘Select’ – Defining a line by choosing a drawn line from the drawing.
    After clicking on ‘Select’, choose a Polyline from the drawing (it is
    preferable that this line is defined a 3D Polyline), and click ‘Enter’.
    The program will create new points starting with ‘DIS’ and add them
    to the coordinates list. In section ‘Filtering Lines from DWG Files’
    in this chapter, we will show how to filter a number of lines from a
    number of layers in a single command.
    Typing point names – It is also possible to enter the point names
    manually (if they exist in the coordinates list), by clicking on ‘Name’
    and entering the name. After entering all the names and clicking
    ‘Enter’, the program will draw the line on the drawing according to
    the points. If there are sequential points (of consequent names), for

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    example: 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, it is possible to enter 1000 and
    1003 and click ‘Enter’. The program will enter all the points
    sequentially in the ‘Lines list’ and create the line.

    Defining Radiuses – It is possible to define a radius for every line


    using two optional systems:
    1. Defining a radius by entering its value between two points
    and typing the radius value under ‘2Points+R’, in the second
    points line of the two points.

    2. For defining a radius by three points on a line, enter ‘V’ in


    the cell located on the middle points line under ‘3Points’, by
    double-clicking on this field.

    To define additional click on and repeat sections 2 to4.

    After completing the line definition, ‘refresh’ the drawing by clicking and
    the new points and lines will be added to the drawing. The contour lines
    will be updated by activating ‘Topography->Contours’ and clicking on the
    Apply button.

    Changing the lines definition

    It is possible to determine the presentation of each line in the lines list, and
    the effect it will have on the contour lines. In order to determine these
    settings, mark the desired line or lines from the lines list, and click on the
    Options button - , the options window will appear:

    We will explain the options in this window:

    ‘Type’ - The presentation of the line on the drawing


    ‘Continues’ – a sequential line (default)
    ‘Fence’ – a fence sign
    ‘Left/Right cliff’ – a cliff sign. The direction of the cliff “edges” will
    be determined by choosing ‘Left/or Right’.

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    ‘Left/Right slope’ – a slope sign. The direction of the cliff “edges”
    will be determined by choosing ‘Left/or Right’.
    ‘Distances’ – the marking of the intermediate distances between
    and along the line segments. The lettering size will be determined
    according to ‘Width’.

    ‘Layer’ - The layer in which the lines are formed. As default the
    program will create all the lines in one layer. Choosing a different line
    for a certain line, will create it in the chosen layer.

    ‘Width’ – The line width. The width of the line is the parameter for the
    determination of its size. The size will affect the line according to its
    type:

    ‘Fence’ – will be drawn wider, ‘Distances’ – larger lettering for


    distances and so on.

    ‘Closed’ – Open/Closed line: checking this box will turn the breakline
    into a close line. The contour lines will not be calculated for this line and
    a 3D model will not be built. This makes it possible to determine
    structures and other closed forms for which we do not want to draw
    contour lines, or want to add to the volumes calculations. (For more
    details see Chapter 4 “Creating Contour Lines – Defining Areas Not for
    Computation”).

    ‘Breakline’ – Throughout the entire chapter we have shown the usage


    of the ‘Lines’ option for the creation of breaklines only. This
    withstanding, we have also shown many options from this window for a
    quick and easy drawing of lines that are not necessarily breaklines. In
    order to continue using the ‘Topography lines’ window for drawing
    lines that are not breaklines, use the same options as shown, by un-
    checking the ‘V’ mark in the field ‘Breakline’. The line will remain in the
    drawing but will not affect the creation of contour lines.

    Add or reduce dH to break Lines

    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to ‘TopographyLines' or


    'DesignLines'.
    Mark the desired break lines from the lines list and click the 'Add dH to
    selected lines' button'.
    In the opened window, enter dH (in meters). Positive value will add dH
    and negative value will reduce dH.
    Click the 'OK' button.
    Click the 'Refresh' button to update the drawing.

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    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to 'TopographyContours' or
    'DesignContours' and rebuild the surface 3D model (contours).

    Commands from ‘Topography/Design lines’


    window

    In the following section we will review all the options from the ‘Breaklines’
    window.

    1. Top Window:

    - Erasing a point from the list of points that define the line. Mark the
    point that should be erased and click this button. After the change click
    ‘Set’.

    - Setting the current line: until the ‘set’ button is activated, the new
    line definitions will not take place (adding/ dropping points, line type etc.).

    - Determining the height for current line according to existing


    status: clicking this button will adjust the line heights for each point
    according to the previous contour lines of the existing status the program
    has created. The program will also change the heights in the coordinates
    list at the relevant points.

    - Determining the existing contour line by the existing status:


    clicking this button will adjust the line heights to each point according to the
    previous existing status contours the program has created. The program
    will also change the heights in the coordinates list with the relevant points.

    - Determination of settings for current line. See detailing in section


    ‘Changing the Lines Definitions’ section from this chapter.

    - Filtering lines from the drawing. See detailing in ‘Filtering Lines’


    section in this chapter.

    ‘Find’ – Locating a point from the list in the drawing (option ‘Find’ from the
    box ‘Locate’ ‘Select’ etc.). This option exists only for users of AutoCAD or
    ZWCAD. Choose ‘Find’ from the list on the right and move to the drawing
    area. Choose the line you wish to locate and click ‘Enter’. The program will
    locate the chosen line from the list and mark it in the ‘Lines List’.

    ‘Select’ – Defining a line by selecting a drawn line from the drawing.

    ‘Locate’ – Defining a line by locating defined points on the drawing.

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    2. Bottom Window:

    - Opening a new work line.

    - Erasing a line or a group of lines. Clicking this button will open a


    window with the following options:
    ‘Only selected lines’ – erasing the marked lines from the lines list.
    ‘All lines’ – erasing all lines from the list
    ‘Lines above height factor’ – erasing all lines that include heights
    above the given height, at ‘Height factor’.
    ‘Lines below height factor’ – erasing all lines that include heights
    below the given height at ‘Height factor’.

    - Importing DIS files. This option is for importing DIS files used to
    define breaklines. Clicking the button will open the files dialog box. Choose
    the file you wish to import. The file will be entered into the project in the
    form of a breakline. The breakline points will be attached upon need to the
    coordinates list (bottom window ‘Topography Coordinates’) and the lines
    definition (line points) will be added to the breaklines list.

    The imported dis file is divided to several colums by: x y h line


    name/point number. In different files there can be a different arrangement
    of columns. By default, the program reads the columns according to a
    certain order. It is possible to control the ‘reading’ by arranging the
    columns according to the file structure (for more details see Chapter 24 –
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    - Exporting DIS files. Following the definition of breaklines, it is


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    In order to load these files which were created by CivilCAD 10:

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    defined lines. This option is for emphasizing the lines for recognition
    purposes. Mark the line you wish to identify from the list (see ‘Lines list’),
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    CivilCAD10 English Rev1 PDF

    New Edition April 2019 – Rev. 1.0

    All rights reserved to Sivan Design D.S. Ltd.

    Copyright 2019 ©
    Table of Content
    Chapter 1: General ................................................................................................... 8
    GENERAL .......................................................................................................... 9
    DRAWING ENVIRONMENT - WORKING WITH AUTOCAD® (AUTODESK), ZWCAD ®
    (ZWSOFT) ..................................................................................................... 10
    SCREEN DIVISION ............................................................................................ 11
    TOOLBARS ...................................................................................................... 12
    WORKING WITH PROJECTS................................................................................ 13
    PROJECTS NONAME AND PROTOTYPE (RECOVERING OF LOST INFORMATION) ...... 14
    DEALING WITH LAYERS ..................................................................................... 15
    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PICK, LOCATE, SELECT AND UNUSED ............................. 18
    INITIALIZING THE SYSTEM .................................................................................. 19
    DEFINING ROADS W ORK MODES....................................................................... 22
    SAVING THE PROJECT FOR MOVING FROM ONE COMPUTER TO ANOTHER (ZIP) ...... 23
    USING CIVILCAD 10 HELP................................................................................ 25
    Chapter 2: Coordinates database ......................................................................... 26
    COORDINATES DATABASE ................................................................................. 27
    COORDINATES LIST .......................................................................................... 28
    COMMAND BUTTONS CONNECTED TO THE LIST ................................................... 33
    DRAWING COMMANDS AFFECTING THE LIST ........................................................ 40
    WORKING WITH BLOCKS ................................................................................... 43
    Chapter 3 : Working with blocks(code) ................................................................ 45
    WORKING WITH BLOCKS (CODES) ..................................................................... 46
    SETTING WORK MODE IN BLOCKS ...................................................................... 46
    WORKING WITH CODES ..................................................................................... 48
    LOADING A NEW BACKGROUND INTO A PROJECT WITH BLOCKS ............................ 49
    CREATING CODES ............................................................................................ 50
    COMMANDS FROM ‘TOPOGRAPHY CODES’ WINDOW ............................................ 51
    BLOCK IN ROADS .............................................................................................. 52
    DEFINING COLORS IN ‘TEMPLATE’ FILE ............................................................... 53
    Chapter 4: Creating contour lines......................................................................... 54
    CREATING CONTOUR LINES ............................................................................... 55
    START USING ................................................................................................... 55
    BASIC ISSUES AND DEFINING THE RANGE OF CONTOUR LINES .............................. 55
    COMMAND BUTTONS FROM THE CONTOURS WINDOW:......................................... 59
    SETTING OPTIONS ............................................................................................ 60
    CONTOUR LINES LAYERS .................................................................................. 60
    PROCESSING POINTS TO CREATE CONTOUR LINES.............................................. 62
    BREAKLINES .................................................................................................... 63
    Chapter 5: Lines connections ............................................................................... 68
    LINES CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................ 69
    DEFINING MEASURING LINES ............................................................................. 69
    CHANGING THE LINES DEFINITION ...................................................................... 70
    ADD OR REDUCE DH TO BREAK LINES ................................................................ 71
    COMMANDS FROM ‘TOPOGRAPHY/DESIGN LINES’ WINDOW ................................. 72
    FILTERING LINES FROM A DWG FILE .................................................................. 74
    Chapter 6: Area calculations ................................................................................. 76

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    GENERAL ........................................................................................................ 77
    DEFINING PLANES ............................................................................................ 78
    DISPLAY DEFINITIONS ....................................................................................... 80
    SUMMARIZING TABLE ........................................................................................ 81
    CREATING A SURVEY PLAN ............................................................................... 82
    Chapter 7: Computations of earthworks volumes using planes ........................ 91
    VOLUMES COMPUTATIONS USING PLANES .......................................................... 92
    DEFINING TOPOGRAPHY STATUS ....................................................................... 92
    DEFINING DESIGNED PLANES ............................................................................ 94
    MORE OPTIONS FROM THE ‘DESIGNED PLANES' WINDOW .................................... 96
    DEFINING SLOPES ............................................................................................ 98
    CHANGING PLANE CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................ 99
    DESIGN PLANES WITH CORNER RADIUS ............................................................ 102
    CALCULATE PLANE’S HEIGHTS ACCORDING TO 3 POINTS (WITH HEIGHTS) ........... 102
    SUMMARIZING TABLE ...................................................................................... 103
    ELABORATION: DESIGNED ELEVATION OF PLANES ............................................. 105
    Chapter 8: Computation of earthworks volumes using the model-to-model
    system .................................................................................................................. 106
    COMPUTATION OF EARTHWORKS VOLUMES USING THE MODEL-TO-MODEL SYSTEM
    ..................................................................................................................... 107
    PREPARING A MODEL OF THE EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY....................................... 108
    INPUT OF DESIGNED TOPOGRAPHY DATA/ OR AS MADE..................................... 110
    DEFINING ZONES EXCLUDED FROM THE EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION ................ 110
    DEFINING ZONES THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THE EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION ....... 111
    PREPARING A MODEL OF THE DESIGNED TOPOGRAPHY ..................................... 113
    VOLUMES TABLE – 'GENERAL EARTHWORKS' WINDOW...................................... 113
    Chapter 9: Earthworks - additional issues ......................................................... 118
    EARTHWORKS - ADDITIONAL ISSUES ................................................................ 119
    EARTHWORKS COMPUTATIONS USING THE TRIANGLES SYSTEM ......................... 119
    EARTHWORKS LEVELING GRID......................................................................... 122
    EARTHWORKS CONTOUR LINES (INCLUDING THE “0” LINE) ................................. 126
    Chapter 10: Quick sections and the 3D model................................................... 128
    QUICK SECTIONS ........................................................................................... 129
    THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODEL .......................................................................... 131
    Chapter 11: Distomat data computations ........................................................... 134
    ACTIVATING THE DISTOMAT WINDOW ............................................................... 135
    STATIONS SHIFTING ....................................................................................... 137
    TRAVERSE ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................ 138
    OPTIONS WINDOW REVIEW ............................................................................. 140
    INPUT ANGLE FORMAT .................................................................................... 142
    OPTIONS FROM THE DISTOMAT DATA WINDOW ................................................. 142
    APPENDIX 1 – LEAST SQUARE TRAVERSE ADJUSTMENT ................................... 147
    Chapter 12: Coordinates geometry..................................................................... 151
    COORDINATES GEOMETRY .............................................................................. 152
    COORDINATES GEOMETRY DEFINITIONS ........................................................... 152
    WORKING UNITS - (FOR ANGLES) ..................................................................... 153
    GENERAL REMARKS ....................................................................................... 153

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    AREA COMPUTATIONS .................................................................................... 154
    ARC BY CENTER AND POINT ON ARC ................................................................ 154
    ARC BY TWO POINTS AND A RADIUS ................................................................. 155
    ARC BY THREE POINTS ................................................................................... 156
    ARC BY THREE OUTSIDE POINTS ...................................................................... 157
    ARC SEGMENT ............................................................................................... 158
    CONTINUOUS DISTANCE ................................................................................. 158
    TRANSFORMATION OF COORDINATES SYSTEM .................................................. 159
    DISTANCE AND ANGLE OF A GROUP OF POINTS ................................................. 159
    DISTANCE AND AZIMUTH ................................................................................. 160
    INTERSECTION BY TWO DISTANCES ................................................................. 161
    INTERSECTION BY TWO ANGLES AND A DISTANCE ............................................. 161
    INTERSECTION BY THREE ANGLES ................................................................... 162
    INTERSECTION BY ARC AND A STRAIGHT LINE ................................................... 163
    INTERSECTION POINT BETWEEN TWO LINES...................................................... 163
    LOCATING POINTS ON A LINE ........................................................................... 164
    LOCATING A POINT BY AZIMUTH AND DISTANCE ................................................. 165
    LOCATING A POINT BY DISTANCE AND ANGLE .................................................... 166
    OFFSET FROM A POINT TO A LINE .................................................................... 167
    PARALLEL LINES ............................................................................................ 168
    TANGENTS .................................................................................................... 168
    Chapter 13: Earthworks on roads ....................................................................... 170
    EARTHWORKS COMPUTATION ON ROADS ......................................................... 171
    CREATING MASS HAUL DIAGRAM USING EXCEL ................................................. 176
    IMPORTING EXCEL DATA ................................................................................. 176
    Chapter 14: Roads design ................................................................................... 178
    ROADS DESIGN .............................................................................................. 179
    PREPARING THE BACKGROUND (EXISTING BACKGROUND) ................................. 179
    ORGANIZING THE PROJECT ROADS LIST........................................................... 183
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 184
    VERTICAL ALIGNMENT .................................................................................... 197
    ROADS INTERSECTIONS ON VERTICAL ALIGNMENT ........................................... 207
    ALTERNATIVE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................... 208
    CROSS SECTIONS .......................................................................................... 209
    SUPER ELEVATIONS ....................................................................................... 231
    SIDE DITCHES AND ADDITIONAL COVER FUNCTIONS .......................................... 235
    BERMS DESIGN .............................................................................................. 242
    WORKING WITH TYPICAL SECTIONS ................................................................. 244
    ADVANCED TOPICS ON CROSS SECTIONS ......................................................... 245
    GEOMETRIC COMPUTATIONS ALONG THE CENTER LINE ..................................... 255
    CHANGING THE HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ........................................................ 258
    CHANGING THE ROAD'S ALIGNMENT AFTER A FULL DESIGN ................................ 261
    AUTOMATIC JUNCTIONS DESIGN ...................................................................... 263
    FIELD OF VIEW PLANNING ............................................................................... 266
    BRIDGES DESIGN ........................................................................................... 267
    TUNNELS DESIGN .......................................................................................... 268
    DESIGN LOTS BETWEEN ROADS ....................................................................... 269
    CULVERTS DESIGN ........................................................................................ 270
    Chapter 15: Retaining walls ................................................................................ 274
    DESIGNING RETAINING WALLS ......................................................................... 275

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    DESIGNING RETAINING WALLS ATTACHED TO ROAD (FORMAT 1) ........................ 275
    CREATING THE WALLS LIST ............................................................................. 275
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 276
    VERTICAL ALIGNMENT .................................................................................... 277
    WALL DIMENSIONS (CROSS SECTION).............................................................. 279
    DESIGNING FREE STANDING RETAINING WALLS (FORMAT 2) .............................. 281
    CREATING THE WALLS LIST ............................................................................. 281
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 281
    VERTICAL ALIGNMENT .................................................................................... 283
    WALL DIMENSIONS (CROSS SECTION).............................................................. 285
    REPORT GENERATION .................................................................................... 286
    Chapter 16: Extract and urban design ................................................................ 287
    EXTRACT AND URBAN DESIGN ......................................................................... 288
    PREPARING THE WORK BACKGROUND ............................................................. 288
    DEFINING THE PROJECT CENTERLINES............................................................. 293
    CREATING THE CROSS SECTIONS USING EXTRACT ........................................... 294
    SAVING AND READING TYPICAL CROSS SECTIONS FROM A ‘.TML’ FILE................. 299
    FUNCTIONS FROM THE EXTRACT WINDOW ....................................................... 299
    Chapter 17: Ditch Design..................................................................................... 302
    DITCH DESIGN ............................................................................................... 303
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT OF THE DITCH .......................................................... 303
    DEFINING THE INVERT LEVEL OF THE DITCH BOTTOM IN THE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT.
    ..................................................................................................................... 308
    DITCH CROSS SECTION DESIGN ....................................................................... 313
    ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS FROM THE CROSS SECTIONS WINDOW ......................... 320
    EARTHWORKS COMPUTATIONS IN DITCHES ...................................................... 323
    THE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT SHOWING THE TOP OF THE DITCH BANKS .................. 325
    COORDINATES ALONG THE CENTERLINE .......................................................... 327
    Chapter 18: Reservoir Design ............................................................................. 331
    RESERVOIR DESIGN ....................................................................................... 332
    ALIGNMENT OF PERIPHERAL EMBANKMENT ...................................................... 332
    DEFINING THE CROSS SECTION OF THE PERIPHERAL EMBANKMENT ................... 336
    CREATING THE RESERVOIR MODEL .................................................................. 341
    BALANCING EARTHWORKS .............................................................................. 343
    RESERVOIR CAPACITY .................................................................................... 344
    DISPLAY 'DEAD CAPACITY' OF RESERVOIRS IN CAPACITY REPORT .................... 346
    CHANGING THE PERIPHERAL EMBANKMENT ALIGNMENT .................................... 347
    SLOPE OF THE RESERVOIR BOTTOM ................................................................ 348
    DRAWING ‘SCRAPER PLAN' AND SECTIONS ALONG THE RESERVOIR.................... 351
    DAMS ............................................................................................................ 352
    Chapter 19: Designing gas pipelines .................................................................. 354
    DESIGNING OF GAS PIPELINES......................................................................... 355
    PROJECT INITIALIZING .................................................................................... 355
    DESIGNING PIPELINES' LAYOUT ....................................................................... 355
    DEFINING THE VERTICAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................... 356
    DESIGNING THE VERTICAL IP .......................................................................... 358
    CREATING DXF AND SHEET DIVIDING FROM THE LONGITUDINAL SECTION ........... 363
    DESIGNING THE DITCH FOR LAYING THE PIPELINE ............................................. 364
    ELABORATION OF THE CROSS SECTION'S WINDOW............................................ 370

    Page 5 of 440
    Chapter 20: Drainage and Sewage Pipeline Design .......................................... 374
    DRAINAGE AND SEWAGE PIPELINE DESIGN ...................................................... 375
    INITIALIZING THE PROJECT .............................................................................. 375
    OPTIONS FROM THE ‘PIPELINE’S LIST’ WINDOW ................................................ 376
    PREPARING THE TOPOGRAPHY AND/OR DESIGNED SETTINGS ............................ 376
    DESIGNING THE PIPELINES’ LAYOUT................................................................. 377
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS IN THE LAYOUT WINDOW ................................................. 379
    MARKING CROSSINGS OF THE PIPELINE WITH OTHER UTILITIES .......................... 381
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE CROSSINGS WINDOW ..................................... 383
    DESIGNING SECTIONS .................................................................................... 383
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE SECTIONS' WINDOW........................................ 386
    OPTIONS FROM THE RIGHT WINDOW ................................................................ 389
    PRODUCING REPORTS .................................................................................... 390
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE REPORTS WINDOW ......................................... 392
    Chapter 21: Water pipeline design...................................................................... 393
    WATER PIPELINE DESIGN ................................................................................ 394
    INITIALIZING THE PROJECT .............................................................................. 394
    OPTIONS FROM THE ‘PIPELINE’S LIST’ WINDOW ................................................ 395
    PREPARING THE TOPOGRAPHY AND/OR DESIGNED SETTINGS ............................ 395
    DESIGNING THE PIPELINES’ LAYOUT................................................................. 396
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS IN THE LAYOUT WINDOW ................................................. 398
    MARKING CROSSINGS OF THE PIPELINE WITH OTHER UTILITIES .......................... 399
    DESIGNING SECTIONS .................................................................................... 401
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE SECTION WINDOW .......................................... 404
    PRODUCING REPORTS ................................................................................... 406
    Chapter 22: Cables lines design ......................................................................... 408
    CABLES LINES DESIGN .................................................................................... 409
    INITIALIZING THE PROJECT .............................................................................. 409
    PREPARING THE TOPOGRAPHY AND/OR DESIGNED SETTINGS ............................ 410
    HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................... 411
    DEFINING THE MAINTENANCE BOXES ALONG THE LINE....................................... 413
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS ..................................................................................... 414
    DEFINING THE MAINTENANCE BOXES SIZE ........................................................ 415
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FROM THE LAYOUT W INDOW .......................................... 415
    MARKING CROSSINGS OF THE CABLE LINE WITH OTHER UTILITIES ...................... 416
    DESIGNING SECTIONS .................................................................................... 418
    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS IN THE SECTIONS W INDOW ............................................ 419
    PRODUCING REPORTS ................................................................................... 422
    Chapter 23: General Issues ................................................................................. 423
    GENERAL ISSUES ........................................................................................... 424
    OPTIONS FROM CONFIGURATION WINDOW ....................................................... 424
    CREATING A COORDINATES FRAME .................................................................. 428
    DIVISION INTO SHEETS ................................................................................... 429
    DETERMINING PROJECT PARAMETERS ............................................................. 430
    COMPUTATIONS OF POLES OFFSETS................................................................ 431
    Chapter 24: Handling *.DWG files ....................................................................... 434
    HANDLING .DWG FILES .................................................................................. 435
    IMPORTING A *.DWG FILE ............................................................................... 435

    Page 6 of 440
    EXTRACTING POINTS FROM A .DWG FILE ......................................................... 436
    USING A FILTER TO EXTRACT POINTS AND LINES FROM A .DWG FILE.................. 438
    SETTING THE NAMES OF THE FILTERED POINTS ................................................ 439
    SETTING THE ELEVATION OF THE FILTERED POINTS .......................................... 440
    DOWNSIZING THE NUMBER OF FILTERED POINTS .............................................. 440

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    Chapter 1: General

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    General

    Important notice: This Manual is written in the masculine gender, but is


    directed to both sexes equally.

    This following chapter generally discusses the capabilities of the program,


    starting with the distribution and organization of the data on your screen,
    the grouping of general activities and so forth. This chapter which serves
    as the opening chapter offers basic understanding in the preliminary
    operation of the software.

    The issues discussed in this chapter are:

    Drawing environment - working with AutoCAD ® (Autodesk) or


    ZWCAD ® (ZWSOFT).
    Screen division.
    Toolbars.
    Working with projects.
    Noname and Prototype projects (recovering of lost information).
    Dealing with layers.
    Differences between Pick, Locate, Select and Unused.
    Initializing the system.
    Saving the project for moving from one computer to another
    (Zip).
    Using CivilCAD 10 Help.

    Page 9 of 440
    Drawing environment - working with AutoCAD®
    (Autodesk), ZWCAD ® (ZWSOFT)

    CivilCAD 10 can work with one of the two followings drawing


    environments:
    AutoCAD (Autodesk) – versions of AutoCAD starting from AutoCAD
    2018 to AutoCAD 2020.
    ZWCAD – ZWCAD 2019 and above

    CivilCAD 10 uses one of the two drawing environments as their main


    drawing tool. The same package of CivilCAD 10 can be configured to link
    to either AutoCAD or ZWCAD. Each new version of CivilCAD 10 supports
    former versions of AutoCAD starting at AutoCAD 2018 and up. ZWCAD is
    a good DWG (AutoCAD's native file formats) environment for users that
    does not own AutoCAD. As a unique solution we deliver a complete
    package for roads design, surveying, mapping, underground
    infrastructures design, land development and more, working with DWG
    environment even when you do not have AutoCAD.

    To choose your drawing environment working method, follow these steps:


    Start CivilCAD 10.
    From the main menu choose : ‘File  Open Project’
    Choose the ‘Prototype’ Project

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Protorype.prj\

    After the project has been opened, choose File  Configuration. A


    window will open.
    Choose the first tab (“General settings”) from the top of the window.
    Next to the caption “Auto launch”, choose the desired working method.
    Choose ‘OK’.
    Go to: File  Exit, and choose ‘Yes’ to save the changes.

    From this point on, your software will work as been configured.
    Note: All references to AutoCAD in this manual relates to ZWCAD as well.

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    Screen Division

    When starting, CivilCAD 10 window is divided into 2 parts:


    The drawing window
    The coordinates editing window.

    When choosing an option from the main menu, CivilCAD 10 displays a


    third panel.

    The drawing window


    The drawing window, situated at the top side of your screen, is the main
    window that takes up most of the work area .This window displays the
    program drawing and the preset project. It is important to mention that this
    window is not designed for free-hand drawing (CivilCAD 10 is not a
    substitute for a drawing program, but is a helpful tool for activities that
    cannot be performed using a standard drawing program). CivilCAD 10
    shows data graphically using functions that allow the drawing scan, adding
    data and so on (there are many functions that are actually drawing
    functions, but they exist only within the standard functions, like adding
    points from the drawing, adding lines and so on (these functions will be
    discussed in the other chapters). When working with other CAD programs,
    this window will be replaced with the drawing window of the program that
    AutoCAD or ZWCAD is working with.

    The coordinates editing window


    The coordinates editing window holds the list of points of the existing
    ground level (measurement coordinates) and /or the points of design
    ground level (measurements coordinates after measurement, design points
    and so on). This window can be hidden at any stage of work, to enable a
    bigger working area (by clicking the “X” button at the top right of the
    window).The many functions of this window will be detailed in chapter 2 –
    “Coordinates Database”.

    Work tables
    Work table is the window at the right side of the screen. On this window will
    appear different screens that display the program’s capabilities like
    calculation and drawing of contour heights, 3D drawings, geometrical
    computation and more.

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    Toolbars
    The standard toolbar
    The toolbar is located below the program’s main menu and above the
    drawing environment. It can be moved to any position and can be locked in
    different areas of the screen (can’t be locked inside the drawing
    environment application). Every action on the toolbar can be executed also
    from the main menu. The toolbar enables these actions:

    New – Open a new project.

    Open – Open an existing project.

    Rotate Points – Rotate points by single line or by line at layer.

    To rotate points by single line, click on ‘Rotate Points’ button and select
    ‘Rotate by single line’ option. In Command line type ‘S’ + Enter to select
    specific points for rotation or ‘A’ + Enter to rotate all points and click
    Enter.
    In command line, type the desired angle for rotation and click Enter.
    Click on ‘Refresh button’. Points on drawing will be rotated according to
    the line and angle definition.

    To rotate points by line at layer, click on ‘Rotate Points’ button and


    select ‘Rotate by line at layer’ option. ‘Rotate points’ blocks’ window will
    open:

    Select the desired layer and angle from the list.


    To select a layer from drawing, click on ‘Select’ button, select the layer
    from the drawing and click Enter. The selected layer will be marked in
    layers list.
    Click OK to save definitions.

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    Click on ‘Refresh button’. Points on drawing will be rotated according to
    the layer and angle definition.

    Pick height – Sampling ground level. After pressing this button, select
    desired point on the drawing and left click on the mouse, the program
    will display the ground levels at the screen’s bottom next to: “Height_D”
    and “Height_T” (D for design and T for Topography).

    Layers control – Opens the layers control window.

    Add To Zip – Pressing this button will 'Volume size Auto detect' – Add
    the entire project files into one zip file.

    Extract From Zip – Pressing this button will Extract from zip – Opens a
    CivilCAD project directly from a zip file.

    Configuration – Displays the project’s main configurations window.

    Extract – Quick extract operation.

    Tutorials – Viewing flash tutorials movies for learning CivilCAD 10.

    Help – Displays the help window (will be displayed at the language


    according to the language settings at the main configuration window).

    Refresh - Refreshing the drawings layers (Coordinates layers will be


    updated according to the last changes in the coordinate’s lists).

    Refresh All - Refreshing the coordinates, lines and plans layers.

    Working with projects

    Every new job you start, whether for extensive topography mapping
    purposes, or for the purpose of basic geometric computations, will be
    organized under a certain project. The first thing that needs to be done in
    the program in order to start working (unless you open an existing project)
    is to open a new project (see details on project ‘Noname’).

    To open a project, go to: ‘File -> New Project’


    A “File dialog box” will open (in this case it will have the title: New project).

    To open an existing project, go to: ‘FileOpen Project’ or double click on


    the *.prj icon.

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    Recommended work procedure

    As aforesaid, to open a new project, you must go to ‘File -> New project’,
    type the name of the desired project in the ‘File name’ line, and click on the
    ‘Enter’ button from your key-board, or the ‘open’ button. The new project
    will open in the name of the library that appears in the title, which is the
    project library. For each project, the program will open a large number of
    files with the same name as the project, but with a different ending. This
    state, of opening many files, might sometimes cause inconvenience at
    work. It is recommended, therefore to open a sub library for each project.
    To do so all you need to do is use the 'Create a new library' button, name
    the library, enter the library you made (double click on the library drawing
    that appears in the window), type the desired library name in the “File
    name”. The project will open in the library that was created and all the
    project files will be created in it.

    Projects Noname and Prototype (recovering of


    lost information)

    CivilCAD 10 has two unique permanent projects that are installed in the
    main library of the program (usually it will be in the \CivilCAD 10 library
    unless determined otherwise during the installation).

    Prototype project

    Prototype project, as it is named, serves as a prototype for all the projects


    that are opened by the program. As a rule, the Prototype will not affect the
    previous projects that already exist in the system, and any change to it will
    come to terms only in the new projects.

    In project ‘Prototype’ it is possible to set permanent definitions that will be


    used during the entire work procedure. Examples of such definitions are
    changing the company title in the printed reports, determining the work
    scale etc.

    To change a definition you must perform the following steps:


    Open a new ‘Prototype’ project.
    Change the requested definition.
    Leave the project while saving the changes.

    From this stage on, the changes will be saved, and each new project that
    is opened will automatically “inherit” these characteristics.

    No-name project and the recovering of destroyed information

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    No-name project is the first project that comes up with the program once it
    is activated. This project is not meant for use, and you must open a new
    project in order to start working. Project ‘No-name’ can be used regularly
    with the program, but will be deleted immediately when the program is
    closed or when you go to a new project. Nonetheless, if you had started
    working on project ‘No-name’ you can go to ‘Save as’ and save the work
    you had done under a new name.

    Project ‘No-name’ has an important role in restoring information. There


    might be cases were an illegal exit was made from the program, without
    the saving of data (voltage drop, problems in starting Windows, etc.).
    CivilCAD 10 creates during the time it is activated, backups for
    transactions that were made, and saves them in hidden files. In case an
    illegal exit was made from the program (such as ‘File -> Exit’), CivilCAD 10
    will recognize this, and when re-activated (first time after the program had
    crashed), will try to restore the last project it had worked on. The
    restoration made (whether part or full), will be copied automatically into
    project ‘No-name’ and presented at the end of the restoration process. At
    this stage you must immediately save the project under a new name using
    ‘File -> Save as’.

    Note: CivilCAD 10 might have restored data, but the data does not appear
    in the drawing. In this case you can “force” the program to refresh the
    drawing in the following manner:

    Bring the cursor to the points editing line.


    Click ‘Enter’.
    Click on the 'Refresh' button from the main Toolbar above the
    drawing.
    Activate ‘Zoom Extents’.

    Dealing with layers

    In CivilCAD 10, drawings are divided by layers. The “perception” of layers


    is common with many CAD tools that divide the drawing by layers, giving
    each part of the drawing a different layer, making it easy to control the
    display and color of a particular layer.

    For example: if you wish to create a design on existing contour lines, you
    might, for the sake of convenience, move the contour lines to serve as a
    working background by painting them a brighter color. CivilCAD 10 creates
    fixed layers. This means that during the activation of the program, specific
    layers will be created according to the type of activity performed (this fact
    has a number of exceptions like the code layers for which specific names
    can be determined).

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    Layers control window activity

    Use the ‘Layers control’ window to control the layers display. To


    activate this screen, click on the ‘layers’ button from the main toolbar
    above the drawing area. The layers window will open from the right. This
    window shows the list of all existing layers in the specific project.

    At the bottom area of this window are located all the possible layer
    options*: freezing a layer, changing the color of a layer, erasing a layer,
    creating a new layer, and creating a DXF file of the layer/ specific layers.

    *Note: When working in an AutoCAD or ZWCAD environment, the only


    option that will appear is erasing a layer. All other options of freezing layers
    and changing colors will be done by the AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Layer control’
    (CivilCAD 10 will create the new layers simultaneously both in its ‘Layer
    control’ and in the AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Layer control’. The layers will be
    identical except for a slight change of their names, for example:
    Topography contours 0 in CivilCAD 10 and Tcontours0 in
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD).
    In order to define styles to DWT layers in Layers Control:
    From CivilCAD 10 main toolbar, click on ‘Layers Control’ button .
    ‘Layers Control’ window will open.
    On the right side of the screen, click on ‘Layers Settings’ button .
    Define a style for each DWT layer, by choosing it from the styles list.
    Click on button to save the styles definitions.
    Click on button to load the styles definitions in a new project.

    Freezing a layer

    It is possible to make an entire layer disappear from the drawing. This layer
    will not be erased, but temporarily hidden. To freeze a layer(s) mark them
    from the ‘Layers list’. You can mark one layer or a number of layers
    together*. After marking the desired layers, check ‘v’ next to the word
    ‘Freeze’. You will notice the immediate disappearance of the proposed
    layers.
    Marking numerous layers together can be done in one of the following
    ways:
    Dragging the cursor while pressing the mouse button onto the desired
    layers.
    Marking the first layer in the group. To mark click with your mouse on the
    last layer in the group, Hold the ‘Shift’ button from your key-board click and
    mark the last desired layer.
    Mark a layer, hold the ‘Ctrl’ button from your key-board and mark the
    remaining layers.

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    Changing the layer color

    Changing the color of a layer/s is done by clicking on the colored square


    right of the word ‘Color’. This will open the color selection window. Mark
    the desired color and click ‘OK’ to confirm. The color of the layer/s will
    change accordingly.

    Erasing a layer

    Mark the layers you wish to delete and click on the ‘Erase’ button. You will
    get a message confirming the erasing of the layers. After confirming the
    layers will be erased from the drawing. Please notice that you cannot
    ‘undo’ this command. The restoration of a deleted layer will be done by
    repeating the desired command in the program (for example: if you deleted
    the points layer and you would like to present them again, you will have to
    make a certain change in the points list and click the 'Refresh' button .
    The change does not have to be significant - it is enough that for example
    you insert an extra space in one of the lines, or even click ‘Enter’ when
    you’re working on a particular line – it is enough to make the change that
    when clicking will restore these layers).

    Creating a DXF layer file

    Exporting a DXF file of the drawing can be done in two ways:


    Exporting the entire drawing using the main ‘DXF’ button from the drawing
    window/ and/or using the DXF button from the layers window. To create a
    DXF file of a specific layer/s, first mark these layers and click the ‘DXF’
    button. A file dialog box will appear and you will be asked to enter the
    required DXF file name. Type in the name and click ‘Enter’. The program
    will create a ‘DXF’ file that includes only the marked layers.

    In the right bottom side of your screen appears the ‘View’ window. This
    window is the control center command of the drawing display. These are
    its available options:

    * Note: When working with AutoCAD/ZWCAD most of the commands in


    this window overlap the – ‘Zoom’, ‘Pan’, etc. commands in
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD.

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    Difference between Pick, Locate, Select and
    Unused

    In many program screens appears a box that includes these four options:
    ‘Pick’, ‘Locate’, ‘Select’, and ‘Unused’ (the box can include all four options
    or a combine parts of them. The option ‘Select’ appears only in the
    AutoCAD or ZWCAD version).

    This box has similar usage in all screens: at each time it relates to the
    screen which he is in. When the screen that includes this box opens, its
    primary value will always be ‘Unused’. This value signifies that this option
    is useless and lacks influence at this point.

    The three additional values are:


    Pick – Choosing a point “freely”, which means that wherever you position
    your cursor, is where the point is chosen.
    We will demonstrate the use of this command on the ‘Topography ->
    planes:
    Go to ‘Topography -> planes. A window will open from the right that
    includes this box.
    Mark the work ‘pick’ and go to the drawing area.
    Click with your mouse on a certain area in the drawing and – you will
    notice that the coordinate for the selected point was added to the
    bottom coordinates list and also a point was added to list of points that
    define the area from the right.

    Note: Clicking on the right mouse button will immediately cancel all present
    activity and return to boxes position to ‘Unused’.

    Locate – Joining (locating) a point that is already in the bottom coordinates


    supply. When you are using ‘Locate’, the *mouse cursor changes to a
    square. In order to join a certain point, bring this point into the square (it
    does not matter where as long as it is in the square) and click your mouse.
    The point will be “located” according to the desired command. Please
    notice that the reference in ‘Locate’ is always to the specific point itself, so
    there cannot be a situation where ‘Locate’ will be joined, for example, with
    the text lettering.

    * In AutoCAD or ZWCAD version an ‘ObjectSnap’ to point will come


    instead of the square.

    Tip: A common mistake is to try and trap points by crossing points between
    the topography coordinate list and the designed coordinate list. For
    example, there is a project with points in the topography coordinates list
    and more points in the designed coordinates list and you see both lists in

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    the drawing. Say you have activated the ‘Topography planes’ command.
    This command relates only to the existing status, as the ‘Locate’ command
    for this activity will locate only points from the ‘Topography coordinates’ list.
    If you try to join a point appearing in ‘Designed coordinates’, using this
    command even if you stick to the cursor rules, this point will not be
    trapped.

    Select – Choosing an existing line from the drawing (possible only in


    AutoCAD or ZWCAD version). Assuming you have drawn a certain point
    that is supposed to serve as a breakline, a line for defining contour line
    borders or any other usage, and you would like to choose it to serve the
    purpose for which it was designed. In this case, you must choose the
    ‘Select’ option, go to the drawing area, choose the desired line and click
    ‘Enter’. Now you can use the chosen line for its designed purpose.

    Initializing the system


    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to determine the definitions for the work
    form in each new project that you begin. To determine or change
    permanent definitions, open the designated project: ‘Prototype’.

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Protorype.prj\

    Change the definitions and save the project.

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    Defining the Work Language

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to work both in Hebrew and English. The


    project language will determine the language in which the different
    program reports will be presented, as well as the sections drawings. To
    determine the work language, follow these steps:
    Go to ‘File-> Open project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.
    Go ‘File -> Configuration’
    Change the language to the desired language from ‘Language’
    Click ‘OK’
    Leave the program by : ‘File -> Exit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.
    Defining the auto save

    CivilCAD 10 can save your project automatically. In order to define the


    auto save, follow these steps:
    Go to ‘File-> Open project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.
    Go to ‘File Configuration’
    In 'General' tab, check mark the Auto Save cell and define the
    cyclicality (in minutes).
    Click ‘OK’
    Leave the program by : ‘FileExit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.

    Defining the Company Title for Printed Reports

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to print out many reports including


    coordinates lists, distomat data calculations, Earthworks calculations, axis
    data calculations etc. It is possible to determine a title for the program that
    will serve these reports when they are printed.

    Go to ‘General Caption’ from the main tool bar to open the title setting
    window. From this window you can define the title (like company name),
    details of the report producer, and add any free wording you want to
    appear on the report. To finish click ‘OK’. From now on the data you
    entered will appear in each report printed in the current project (and only in
    it),.

    You will probably also be interested in entering a fixed title that will serve
    all the projects you are working on (so it will not be necessary to enter it for
    each project separately). To do so follow these steps:

    Go to ‘FileOpen project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.

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    Go to ‘GeneralCaption’
    Change the company title to the desired title.
    Click ‘OK’
    Leave the program by : ‘FileExit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.

    From now on, each new project will automatically “inherit” the title inserted
    (you can change this title at any time in a specific project in the same way
    mentioned above).

    Choosing a CAD Software for the Graphic Environment

    CivilCAD 10 can work with Tibam softwares as:


    AutoCAD 2018-2020 and ZWCAD. In order to choose the program that will
    serve as graphic environment of your work in CivilCAD 10, follow the steps
    below:

    Activate: ‘FileOpen Project


    Choose project ‘Prototype.prj’, and click ‘O.K’
    Activate: ‘FileConfiguration
    Choose from ‘Auto launch’ the desired program
    Click ‘O.K’
    Exit the program: ‘FileExit’
    Confirm the changes you have made

    From now on each time you activate CivilCAD 10, the program will be
    activated in the graphics environment of your choice.

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    Defining Roads Work Modes

    First we will follow these steps to go to Roads setting mode:


    Activate ‘File  Open project
    Choose project ‘Prototype.prj’, and click ‘O.K’.
    Open: ‘Roads  Cross sections’

    Defining the Station and Numbering of Cross Sections


    Click on button from the right window (Define sections).
    The cross sections definition window will open.
    Start at station – the station of the first section. The default is ‘0’. At
    most times, we will want the station for the first section in the designed
    segment of the center line, to be ‘0’.
    End at station – the station for the last section. The default is
    according to the length of the center line as it was computed by the
    program (this length appears immediately when the cross section
    window opens – ‘Roads length’).
    Distance between sections – the distance between the cross
    sections. The default is 20 meters.
    Name of first section – the name of the first section (number). The
    program will number the remaining sections in an ascending order.
    By stations/By Ips – this box proposes a choice between defining a
    road/center line, with its cross sections arranged in ascending order,
    and the definition of a center line with predetermined sections by the
    IPs of the horizontal alignment. Moving to ‘By Ips’ status, will remove
    the other fields from your screen.
    Presentation of section names:
    Format 1: the names of the sections presented before they are entered
    in the section’s table.
    Format 2: the names of the sections presented by permanent initial
    distance + station for example: 0+20.

    Definition and Presentation of Section’s Width

    Activate button from the right window to open the ‘Define sections
    width’ window.
    Define the width of section for the project. We are referring to the width
    of the ground that the program will sample for the existing status out of
    the topography. We will define a station from the center line to the left
    and a station from the center line to the right - that when combined will
    define the width of the ground strip. The left end of the section we will
    defined in the ‘Left’ field (default of – 20 meters), and its right end in the
    ‘Right’ field (default – 20 meters).
    Transfer from Elevation to dH. Using CivilCAD 10 you can define
    cross sections of absolute heights, or sections of relative heights.

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    Move from Earthworks to Design. This option defines the graphic
    presentation form of the section. The program has two options for
    defining the section: a section for presenting Earthworks, and a section
    for presenting designed sections. The difference in presentation will be
    shown both by the sections’ form in the drawing window, by printing via
    the program, and by creating sections file on an AutoCAD/ZWCAD
    sheet. We will discuss the main differences between the two forms in
    Chapter 15 – ‘Roads Design’.

    After choosing the definitions, exit the sections window by clicking ‘Cancel.
    Exit the program by ‘File -> Exit’ and saving the data.

    More options in roads work mode


    From the main menu, activate Roads->Horizontal alignment.
    From the right window, press - Options buttons.
    The program will display the general options window with the layout
    options, to understand these options, look in Roads-design chapter.

    Defining Distomat data work mode

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to predetermine the work mode for the


    distomats data. In order to determine the program options, follow the steps
    below:

    Go to ‘File-> Open project’


    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’.
    Go ‘Geometry -> Distomats data’
    Click on the options button .
    Choose the type of angle Degrees/Grads
    Choose the measuring format – meters/centimeters
    Click ‘OK’
    Exit the program : ‘File -> Exit’
    Confirm the changes you have made.

    Saving the project for moving from one computer


    to another (Zip)

    When CivilCAD 10 saves a project, it creates a number of files with the


    same name (project name), but with a different ending. When you want to
    transfer a project from one computer to another, or to a project send via e-
    mail, the best way is to zip the project into a single zip file. Once the project
    is zipped, you can open it straight from CivilCAD 10.

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    Creating a Zipped project In One Zip File

    Open the project you wish to zip – ‘File ->Open’


    Activate ‘File ->Add to zip

    The program will automatically save the zipped project in the project
    library’s original file.

    The program will automatically save the zipped project in the project’s
    original library. Open the library in which the project is in.

    Opening a Zipped Project from CivilCAD 10

    To open a zipped project from a Zip File containing the entire project -
    perform the following:

    Activate ‘File ->Extract from zip’


    Choose the zip file you wish to open
    If the project can be zipped into a few zip files, choose the latest file

    The program will open the project automatically and arrange its files in the
    directory where the zip file is located.

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    Using CivilCAD 10 Help

    In the CivilCAD 10, there is an option to launch a Help window. In order to


    launch this window, click on the main menu Help -> Help, or, from the main
    toolbar, press . The Help window will be opened in the language
    designated at the setting window of the software.
    In order to change the window's language setting, execute the following
    actions:

    Enter: File ->Configuration.


    Change to desired language on caption "Language".
    Click "OK".
    Re-activate the window by: Help->Help.

    Viewing of the demonstration clips (new)


    Demonstration clips that show the operating steps can be viewed. In order
    to view these clips, click (on the main toolbar) or click from the main
    menu Help-> Tutorials and the window containing the list of clips will be
    opened.

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    Chapter 2: Coordinates
    database

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    Coordinates database

    This chapter discusses the input of coordinates, lists their editing,


    processing, and presentation in a drawing.

    At the bottom of the window, there is another window composed of an


    Editor and a group of buttons that affect this editor. This window is called
    the “Points Editing Window”, and is used for the functions mentioned
    above, i.e. importing and editing the points. Please note: the window title
    (white with a blue background) is Topography Coordinates, meaning that
    the list at hand is a list of coordinates that represent the point of existing
    ground level.

    Closing the coordinates editor window enable a larger work-space for the
    drawing environment, to do so, click the small ‘x’ button at the top right of
    the editor window. To open the editor window again, activate from the main
    menu: Topography/Design->Coordinates.

    We will emphasize that it is possible to deal with two different lists:


    List of Topography Coordinates, ground level – refer to the current list.
    List of Designed Coordinates, ground level - an additional list used for
    the design and input of topography coordinates after the project was
    done, and more.

    * The separation between the two lists (layers) and their function will be
    discussed later on; we would only like to point out now that functions
    performed on the Topography Coordinates lists can also be done on the
    Designed Coordinates list.

    The Topography Coordinates window can be divided according to the


    following:
    The list of coordinates
    Command buttons related to the list
    Functions that can be done on the drawing, which would affect the list.

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    Coordinates list

    The list of coordinates is a scroll down list , that can contain an unlimited
    number of points (the program does not limit the number of points it can
    receive. However, if you are working on a computer that is low on memory
    and/or processing abilities, it is possible that the software will work very
    slowly or even ‘get stuck’ if the lists are too long). The list itself presents
    the points, and above it there is a point editing line (the line below the
    Topography Coordinates), used for adjusting and adding points. The
    following is a short exercise that will help demonstrate this topic:

    Example project
    When starting a new project, every new job requires you to open and
    attribute it to a specific project. Project Noname that is loaded when the
    program is activated is not meant to be used as a work project.

    Go to: File  New Project. A New Project dialogue box will appear.
    Type in the project name: we will type in a project called ‘Coortest’.
    Click Enter when you finish.
    Notice that blue title at the top of the window now contains the project
    name (Coortest), along with its full path.

    Ceating the coordinates list manually

    Type in the following list of coordinates:

    bm300 200 100.32 75.67


    1 125.32 132.27
    2 131.23 80.76 60.31
    3 50 50.41 62.23
    /small grid
    4 50 50 61.55
    5 60 50 63.23
    6 100 50 63.23
    7 100 100 62.50
    8 50 100 62.27

    How should the list be typed? Bring the text cursor to the points editing
    line. In order to do that, bring the mouse to this line and click on it. You will
    notice a hook-shaped cursor appearing within the line. Type in the first
    point in the sequence, with a one space or more between each parameter;
    first type in the point name (bm300), space, (200) x, space, (100.32) y,

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    space, and height (75.67). When you have finished typing in the points
    parameters, press Enter. You will notice that the point was entered into the
    list of points and that the points editing line has positioned itself on a new
    line. Continue entering the remaining points in the same manner.

    * Comment: the following line is NOT a coordinate: /Small grid. Type in this
    line precisely as it appears. This line is listed here in order to demonstrate
    an option of inserting comments between the lists of coordinates, which
    may be useful for organizing and arranging the lists. A comment starts with
    a / sign, which tells the program that this line is a comment line and should
    not be treated as a coordinate. Continue to enter the remaining
    coordinates in the list.

    Loading coordinates from Excel file

    It is possible to load coordinates from Excel file. To do so follow the next


    steps:
    1. Create Excel file with the coordinates data according to the picture
    bellow (no need to type the yellow row).

    2. Go to 'FileSave As', select the option 'CSV' (Comma


    Delimited) (*.csv), under 'Save as type', define the file's name
    and click the 'Save' button.
    3. Open the *.csv file with Notepad (Windows Text Editor). The
    data in the file will be separated by comma.

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    4. Go to 'EditReplace'. 'Replace window will open.

    5. In 'Find what' cell, type comma (",").


    6. In 'Replace with' cell, type space (hit the space button in the
    keyboard).
    7. Click the 'Replace All' button. The data will now be separated
    by space.

    8. Go to 'FileSave As', select the option 'TXT' Text Documents


    (*.txt) under 'Save as type', define the file's name and click the
    'Save' button.

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    9. From CivilCAD main menu, go to: 'TopographyCoordinates'.
    10. Click the 'Load from text file' button. Select the option Text
    Files (*.txt) under 'File of type', select the desired file and click
    the 'Open' button.

    Coordinates structure

    A coordinate will be composed of four parameters:


    Point Name / Number x y Height
    Point Name / Number is necessary and can contain any alpha-numeric
    character, except for a space, so that:
    A1, 1, 10095, bm300, At30….

    Are correct names, whereas:


    A 1, bm 300
    are incorrect names.

    X – Necessary – means the geometric ‘X’ which can be any number. It is


    not necessary to enter zeros after the decimal as: 132.00 is similar to 132.

    Y – Necessary

    Height – Optional – a point with no height will serve as a regular point, but
    commands that are dependent on height, as Earthworks calculations or
    contour line drawings, will not take this point into consideration.

    Note: Another value which can be added to the fifth column is the code
    point, which will not be discussed in this chapter.

    Editing the coordinates list

    You can scroll the list up and down using the arrows right of the list. If you
    wish to change a point you
    can bring it to the points editing line by pointing to it with your mouse.
    When the point will appear in the top line, bring the text cursor to the line
    and change the point. You can also change and edit this list without using
    your mouse – bring the text cursor to the points editing line (again using
    your mouse). From this stage use the standard editing keys:

    One line up – an arrow pointing up


    One line down - an arrow pointing down
    One page up – Pg Up
    One page down – Pg Dn
    Ctrl-End – jump to the end of the list
    Ctrl-Home - jump to the beginning of the list

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    CivilCAD can mark and freeze exceptional coordinates (with exceptional
    distance or height) automatically.

    From CivilCAD main menu, go to ‘Design / TopographyCoordinates’.


    Click ‘Options’ button.
    Checkmark the ‘Auto freeze exceptional points’ option and click the
    ‘OK’ button.
    Click the ‘Refresh’ button. In case of existing exceptional points, a
    message window will appear. Click the ‘OK’ button.

    Points with exceptional distance or height will automatically freeze and will
    not be taken under consideration in the interpolation buildup (contours).

    Drawing the points

    After you finished typing the coordinates list, you will probably want to
    present them in the window. Click the button from the main toolbar
    below the main menu to refresh drawing. This command instructs the
    program to screen the coordinates list, locate changes in the list (in this
    case the entire list is new), and to draw the up-to-date list. In the same
    manner, each time you make a change in the list, (add coord, change
    coord., of a certain point etc.) and wish to receive the change on the
    drawing, click on the key, and the drawing will be updated accordingly.

    Deleting overlapping area between two measurement

    CivilCAD 10 enables deleting the overlapping area between two


    measurements.
    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to ‘TopographyCoordinates’.
    In ‘General Settings’ Tab, mark ‘V’ in ‘Save Backup’ option.
    Click the 'Options' button and checkmark 'Subtract coordinates from
    overlap area’ option.
    Click the ‘OK’ button to save definitions.
    Load the first measurement file and then load the second
    measurement file.
    In the opened window, select one of the following options:
    Select the first option to leave both measurements without
    deleting anything from the overlapping area.

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    Select the second option to leave the first measurement data in
    the overlapping area.
    Select the third option to leave the second measurement data in
    the overlapping area.
    Click the ‘OK’ button to save definitions and execute the operation.

    Command buttons connected to the list

    In the points editing window (bottom window), you will find a group of
    buttons for activating the points list. We will go over all these commands.

    Reordering the coordinates


    Click on this button to space the coordinates list in the columns by:

    NAME X Y Z CODE

    As each column is straightened to the left.


    (Note: we mean the geometric X - east).

    Please notice: this command assumes that the coordinates list is legal. If
    you click this button, when the list is not legal, the lines that are not legal
    can change contrary to the expected. For example:

    0 BM30 153700.25 179600.32 323.35


    Since this line is not legal (there is an unnecessary 0 column on the left),
    the program will identify the 0 as the point name –bm300 as coordinate X
    (a mistake!) and so forth, to the point that 323.35 will be erased completely
    from the line since it is the last data and the program does not know where
    to put it.

    Note: The reordering is not supported by the ‘Undo’ command.

    Save as text file


    Clicking this button will cause the dialog text-box to appear – ‘save as text
    file’ (blue title), from which you will be asked to choose a library and type
    the file name. The program will open a new file by the name that was
    typed, and save the coordinates into it as a clean ‘ASCII’ file. The opened
    ASCII file will open will remain exactly as it is in the coordinates list (will
    include space lines or comments if any exist). It is possible to save the
    coordinates file in different formats. To do so you can use this option: In
    the ‘Save as text file’ dialog box appears the ‘Filter’ line with the writing ‘All

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    files (*.*)’. Click on the small arrow button on the left and choose your
    desired format (Reg, Med etc.). From here on, if you issue a command to
    save a text file, you will get a file with the ending you chose and in the
    desired format.

    Note – This command is supported when working with blocks, so it is


    possible to save only a part of the list.

    Load from text file


    Clicking this button will cause the ‘load from text file’ dialog box to appear.
    In this box you will be asked to pick the name of the file you wish to load.
    The file will be loaded and appear in the coordinates list. Please take
    notice that the current points list, if there is one, is not erased, and that the
    file data is added to the end of the list. This way it is possible to join a
    number of files and enlarge the measuring areas. If you still want this list to
    “run over” the existing list, you will need to first click on the ‘erase all
    coordinates’ button, and only then to load the new list.

    Print Coordinates list


    Activating this button will create the printer dialog box. Make sure the
    printer is connected and ready to print and click on “confirm” to print the list
    of points.

    Note: this command is supported by working with blocks, so it is possible


    to print only part of the list.

    Erase all – Erase coordinates list


    The erase command will erase all the coordinates in the list. This warning
    will appear before erasing: “All coordinates will be erased”. Click ‘OK’ to
    confirm.

    Note: This command is not supported by the ‘Undo’ command, and is not
    possible to restore.

    Erasing Point/s
    This button is for erasing a single point or a block of 3 points. Mark the
    point with your mouse (in the list) and click this button. The point will be
    erased from the list.
    Note: this command support working with blocks.

    Copy
    This command, in collaboration with the ‘Copy’ command, serves for
    copying coordinates. You can copy a single point or a block of points.
    See this example for the usage of this command:

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    Mark 3 points from the coordinates list using you mouse. (mark your first
    point, hold the mouse, click and drag the cursor on the two successive
    points to the point you have marked).
    Mark the points as a block – click with your mouse on the square left of the
    word ‘block’.
    Click on ‘Copy’
    Now the points have been copied to the computer’s memory (don’t expect
    a response – the points will be copied without a confirmation).
    See a continuation of this example in the ‘Paste’ command below.

    Paste
    This command, in collaboration with the ‘Copy’ command, is for copying
    coordinates. Assuming you are using this command to copy a certain
    segment from a particular block (or single line) to memory, you can copy it
    (and paste) anywhere you like inside the points list. Study this example
    that began with ‘Copy’:
    After marking and copying a block of 3 points to memory, browse until
    you reach the end of the points list.
    Bring the last line in the list to the points editing line (just mark it) and
    move with the text cursor to this line (point your mouse to the points
    editing line).
    Click ‘Enter’ to go one line down – since there are no more lines – a
    new line will be made.
    Click ‘Enter; again to create a space line (not necessary – is here only
    for the sake of this example).
    In the new line, write the next remark (again, this remark is not
    necessary): A copy sample/ and ‘Enter’.
    Click on the ‘Paste’ button – you will notice that the points copied to
    memory have been pasted from the line in which you are in. In order to
    form a distinction between these points to the points that already exist,
    a ‘*’ will be added before every point.
    We will comment here, without demonstrating, that it is possible to copy in
    the same fashion, a group of points from the existing topography
    coordinates list to the designed coordinates list.

    Find
    This command is for locating a point (s) in the list by name or elevation or
    code. Pushing this button will cause the ‘Find’ dialog box to appear:

    For locating a point by name:


    From the ‘Find what’ menu – move the search to ‘Name’
    Enter the name you want to locate and click ‘Enter’ or ‘OK’.
    Option for an advanced search:

    To search for a few names click for example: 1000, 1002, 2003. To
    search in a certain range click for example: 1000- 1004. There is also the
    option of doing a combined search: 40-10, 50, 60. There is no meaning to
    the order of typed parameters in the search box.

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    The point located, will be marked in blue and appear in the points editing
    line. Another click on ‘Enter’ will locate the next point in the list of the same
    name (if there is one) and so on. In order for the program to directly mark
    all the search results in the list, switch in ‘Search Mode’ from ‘StepByStep’
    to ‘All’ status.

    To locate a point by elevation:


    We have shown the uses of locating points by name. In the same way it is
    possible to locate points by their elevation:
    From the ‘Find what’ menu, move the search from ‘Name’ status to ‘
    Height’.
    Enter the elevation you wish to locate and click ‘Enter’ or ‘OK’.
    Option for advanced search:
    To search for elevations above a certain height change from ‘Search
    Mode’ to ‘At Least’.
    To search for elevations below a certain height change from ‘Search
    Mode’ to ‘At Most’.
    There is also the possibility of an advanced search for using the
    methods mentioned for search by name.

    To locate a point by code:


    From the ‘Find what’ menu, move the search to ‘Code’.
    Type the code you wish to locate and click ‘Enter’ or ‘OK’.

    Insert and empty line


    Clicking this button will add an empty line before the line you have marked.
    To activate mark the line in front of which you want to add a new line and
    click this button.

    Mark them all


    The ‘All’ button colors the entire points list including a space line and
    comments. This makes it easier to mark the entire list when working on the
    block of points.

    Displaying coordinates mode options


    The options window is for controlling the type and size of the points
    labeling. Click this button to open the ‘options dialog box'. CivilCAD 10 will
    display the general options window with the coordinate’s options at the
    bottom. We will go through these options:

    Standard mode – displaying the coordinates in text format:


    Names – Displaying the point’s names. If this option is checked, the
    name of the point will appear attached to the point.
    Elevations- The point's elevation.
    Codes –The point's code.
    Circles - Showing a circle around the point.
    Crosses – Showing a cross on the point.

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    Brackets - Showing brackets around the elevation point. You can
    choose between numerous brackets types or cancel this option by
    choosing ‘None’.
    Scale – Choosing the text font size. The text height will be according to
    the general scale settings (for more details please refer to "Chapter 24,
    Configurations window").
    Format – The format in which the points will be shown. There are two
    formats of presenting the points (beside ‘Blocks’).
    Format 1- the elevation of the point will appear on both sides of the
    point itself – meters left of the point and centimeters to its right.
    Format 2 – the elevation of the point will appear above it

    Blocks mode – displaying the coordinates as blocks entities:

    After choosing this option, all entities displaying the coordinate (height,
    name and symbol) will be displayed as one block. These blocks will be
    displayed according to the blocks library and the coordinates’ code
    numbers (to learn more about working with codes please refer to chapter
    3).

    Note: for using this option you must set the "drawing options" into "blocks
    mode" by following the next steps*:
    From the main menu activate: File->Configuration.
    Select the second tab (“Drawing environment”).
    Under “Drawing options” select the “blocks mode” option.
    Press OK to save the changes and close the configuration window.

    * Tip: to set the software to always work in blocks mode, set both the
    "drawing options" in the "configurations" window and the coordinate's
    settings in the "Options" window into "Block mode".

    To make a change and save it, click ‘OK’. Click on ‘Cancel’ to cancel any
    change. After closing the options window press to refresh the drawing
    according to the last settings.

    Sort
    This command is for sorting the points list by their number. When you click
    this button the warning “All coordinates will be sorted” will appear. Click to
    confirm. The list of points will be sorted in an ascending order. All points
    with an alphanumeric name will be transferred to the top of the list.
    Note: The reordering command is not supported by the ‘Undo’ command.

    Auto numbers -

    Changing the Point Name


    This option is for automatically changing the point’s names. Clicking this
    button will open a window with the options below:

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    Start column – positioning the first character in the list for the new
    point’s name
    End column – positioning the last character in the list for the new
    names (the program will not go past this position).
    Start counting from – the value for the counting beginning.
    After clicking ‘OK’, the program will present a window to confirm the
    change, and after the change has been made, it will change all the points’
    names from the list. In case some of the list is marked by ‘Block’, the
    changes will be made for this section only.

    Freezing a point(s)
    This command is for neutralizing a point in the computation. A frozen point
    will appear in the drawing, but will not be included in the drawing during the
    creating contour lines phase. This way you can freeze sewage cells, pits
    and more. To freeze a point, mark it from the list and click this button. The
    sign <Fr> will appear left of the point. Continue to mark the points you wish
    to freeze. Refresh the drawing when you are done – and the frozen point
    will appear in the drawing. When you go back to compute the contour lines
    you will be able to view the change caused by the freezing of points. In
    order to “unfreeze" a point, mark it and click again on the ‘Freeze’ button.
    *Note: it is also possible to freeze a measuring point by adding the code
    ‘Fr’ to the desired point.

    Locate a point in the drawing (Fix)


    Use this command to locate a point from the list on the drawing. Mark the
    point (in the list) you wish to locate and click this button.
    In AutoCAD or ZWCAD version: the desired point will be located and
    placed in the center of the drawing.

    Calculating the point elevation (+H)


    This command enables you to compute the elevation of the point
    interpolation by its coordinates. The elevation calculation will be done only
    if there are contour lines on the drawing.
    We will demonstrate the use of this option.

    For example: you have a project with contour lines, and you wish to locate
    the elevation of a point with known coordinates.
    Add the new point to the coordinates list.
    Mark with your mouse the point inside the list.
    Click this button.
    You will notice that for this point the elevation had been calculated. In case
    you made a design, you can calculate the point’s elevations from the
    designed topography by using this command on the list of designed points.
    This command supports working with blocks.

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    Adding elevation to point (Add Height)
    This command is for adding/reducing elevation from all the points or from a
    group of points marked as a block. To operate click this button. Enter the
    desired addition of elevation in the box that opens. To reduce elevations
    enter a negative number.
    Click ‘OK’ to activate or click ‘Cancel’ to cancel it.
    Note: to add/reduce elevation for some of the points only, mark them first,
    and then set them as a ‘Block’.

    Direct input of points from total station


    Click this button to open the communication window. Make certain you
    have the proper tool and that the communication data matches the data
    tuned inside the tool. Click ‘Receive’ to get the data from the tool or ‘Send’
    data to it.
    If you wish to send only half the points, you can do so by marking the
    desired ones, setting them as a ‘Block’ and clicking ‘Send’. A message will
    appear notifying that the ‘Block’ points were sent (not all the points).

    Changing coordinates
    This button will replace the coordinates ‘X’ with ‘Y’ in the points list. To
    view the influence of this command in the drawing, click . Activate
    ‘Zoom extents’ to move to the new drawing area.

    Update block’s rotation


    Click on this button will update coordinates angle (in coordinates list) of
    coordinates that has been rotated on drawing.

    saving changes in location of coordinates' name and height which


    are made graphically on drawing to CivilCAD 10 database.
    This option is available only in 'Standard Mode' and in 'Format 2'.
    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to ‘Design /
    TopographyCoordinates’.
    Click ‘Options’ button. 'Options' window will open.
    Checkmark the ‘Standard Mode’ option and select Format 2.
    Click the ‘OK’ button to save definitions.
    Notice that now, 'Save Coordinates Text According To Definitions'
    button in ‘Design / TopographyCoordinates’ menu is accessible.
    After changing the coordinates' name or height location on drawing,
    click the button for saving the changes to CivilCAD 10 database.

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    The database will be displayed in ‘Design / TopographyCoordinates’ list
    with the new coordinates of the point's name and height.

    Drawing commands affecting the list


    In the coordinates list window at the bottom of the screen the following list
    appears on the right:

    Unused, Pick, Locate, Erase, Move

    This list enables you to operate on the drawing as these commands will
    directly influence the coordinates list. In this section of this chapter we will
    discuss these commands.

    Unused

    The state in which none of the commands are active. This is a default
    situation of the list.

    Pick

    Adding a point from the drawing.

    To activate click on ‘Pick’ from the list to mark it in blue. From the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD line of commands appears the writing : ‘Pick point
    <XXX>/(Esc)nd>. The number in brackets is the number that will be given
    the point you choose. To change this number click the desired number and
    ‘Enter’. Move with the mouse cursor to the drawing area, stand on a point
    you wish to add and click on the mouse button – you will see that the point
    that had been added to the coordinates list. Another click on the mouse will
    create an additional point, and so on. To finish click ‘Esc’.

    Point elevations: as before said , each click will add a point to the list. In a
    project where contour lines were computed (‘TopographyContours’), the
    program will perform interpolation to the elevation of the new point and add
    it automatically into the list of coordinates.
    You will notice that the point that was added, automatically received a
    name/number. You can control the points names that are added (other
    than of manually changing the name of the point after it was added), the
    following way:

    Go to ‘File -> Configuration’ from the main menu (the command ruler at
    the head of the drawing).
    From the window that opens select “coordinates format” tab and select
    from the 2 options under “New points counter”:

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    The automatic numbering – to operate check ‘v’ next to ‘Auto
    names’. This option instructs the computer to automatically give a
    name that does not appear in the list. These names will open with
    the letter ‘T’ for ‘Topography coordinates’ and with the letter ‘D’ for
    ‘Designed points.’
    Ascending numbering– It is possible to instruct the computer to
    number the added points in an ascending order, starting from a
    defined number. To the right of ‘Start counting from’ appears a text
    line. Enter in this text line the point number from which the
    numbering will begin.

    You will notice that the ‘v’ marking left of ‘Auto names’ has
    disappeared. From this point on, every new point you add will be
    numbered in an ascending order of the number you typed.
    Nevertheless the program will *not prevent duality in the point’s
    names.
    Note: When working with AutoCAD/ZWCAD, this function is similar
    to entering a point number directly in the AutoCAD/ZWCAD line.

    After choosing click ‘OK’.

    Note: *It is possible to give an identical name to two different point. In such
    a case the points will be presented at their proper place on the drawing,
    and you will be able to calculate contour lines for them. Problems with
    names duality will occur only when these points are included in the
    designed plane, breaklines, center lines, etc. In such cases you should
    avoid giving different points identical names.

    Locate

    Locating a point/group of points from the list in the drawing.

    To activate click on ‘Locate’ from the list of commands. In the


    AutoCAD/ZWCAD command line you will see this writing:

    PolygonIn/PolygonOut/<Single>/(Esc)nd:

    (Esc)nd – Click on Esc to finish the command.


    Single – default. Locating a single point. In AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Object
    Point to Snap’ will be automatically operated. If a certain point is
    chosen, it will be located from the bottom list and be painted blue.
    PolygonIn – Locating points inside a closed shape. Click ‘I’ and ‘Enter’
    to activate this command. Mark a polygon around the desired points
    and click ‘C’ and ‘Enter’ to close it. All the points inside the Polygon will
    be located and colored in blue.
    PolygonOut – Locating points outside a closed shape. Click on ‘O’ and
    ‘Enter’ to activate this command. Draw a polygon around the desired

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    shape. Click ‘C’ and 'Enter' to end. All the points outside the polygon
    will be located and colored blue.

    Freeze

    Freezing a point/s from the list in the drawing. The point that was frozen
    will appear on the screen but its elevation will not affect the contour lines
    drawing.

    To activate click on ‘Freeze’ from the list of commands. In the AutoCAD


    /ZWCAD command line you will see this writing:
    PolygonIn/polygonOut/<Single>/(Esc)nd:

    (Esc)nd – Click on Esc to finish the command.


    Single – default. Locating a single point. In AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Object
    Point to Snap’ will be automatically operated. If a certain point is
    chosen, it will be located from the bottom list and get frozen. After you
    have froze all the desired points, click to show the frozen points in
    the window.
    PolygonIn –Freezing points inside a closed shape. Click ‘I’ and ‘Enter’
    to activate this command. Mark a polygon around the desired points
    and click ‘C’ and ‘Enter’ to close it. All the points inside the Polygon will
    be located and frozen. Click to show the frozen points in the
    window.
    PolygonOut – Freezing points outside a closed shape. Click on ‘O’ and
    ‘Enter’ to activate this command. Draw a polygon around the desired
    shape. Click ‘C’ to end. All the points outside the polygon will be frozen
    and colored blue. Click to show the frozen points in the window.

    Erase

    Erasing a point(s) from the list using the drawing. To activate click on
    ‘Erase’ from the list of commands.
    One of the best uses for the ‘Erase’ command is to limit the project area to
    a defined space, or to erase the deviating coordinates in your project.

    We will demonstrate this issue: say you have a new project into which you
    have imported a measurement coordinates file, and in this file are also the
    measurement stations and coordinates of the station’s orientation points. In
    many cases, these points are far from the measurement area and so after
    importing a file and refreshing it (R), you will get a group of points (the
    project area) and a small number of remote points that are of no use. You
    can use the option ‘Erase -> Win out’ or ‘Erase -> polygonIn’ (depending
    on the work configuration( to erase the remote points from your project.
    After erasing, click on to refresh the drawing.

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    Move

    Moving a point/s from the list.

    It is a common mistake to think that moving a point with AutoCAD/ZWCAD


    (the ordinary ‘Move’ command) will change the coordinates of the same
    point in the bottom list. However, it is possible to use the ‘Move’ option
    described here to physically move a point, while simultaneously changing
    its coordinates in the list.
    To activate click on ‘Move’ from the list of commands. In the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD command line this writing will appear:
    PolygonIn/polygonOut/<Single>/(Esc)nd:
    (Esc)nd – Click on Esc to finish the command.
    Single – default. Moving a single point. In AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Object
    Point to Snap’ will be automatically operated. After selecting a certain
    point, you will be asked to mark the first location that will serve as the
    reference point for movement, and then mark the place you want the
    points to move to. The coordinates of the selected point will change
    according to its new location and according to the yellow cross marking.
    When you finish moving all the desired points, click to refresh the
    drawing.
    PolygonIn – Moving points inside a closed shape. Click ‘I’ and ‘Enter’
    to activate this command. Mark a polygon around the desired points
    and click ‘C’ and ‘Enter’ to close it. All the points inside the Polygon will
    be located. Mark the first location that will serve as the reference point
    for movement, and then mark the place you want the points to move to.
    When you finish moving, click .
    PolygonOut – Moving points located outside a closed shape. Click on
    ‘O’ and ‘Enter’ to activate this command. Draw a polygon around the
    desired shape. Click ‘C’ and 'Enter' to end. All the points outside the
    polygon will be located. Mark the first location that will serve as the
    reference point for movement, and then mark the place you want the
    points to move to. When you finish moving, click .

    Working with blocks


    There are many commands such as ‘Copy’ ‘Freeze’ and more, that can be
    used for working with blocks. A block is actually a group of points on which
    certain commands that can be made. The following example will show how
    to use blocks.
    Follow these steps to print a section of the points list in your project:

    Color in blue the points you want to print.


    To do so mark the first point for printing in the list, move with the arrows
    right of the list to the last point of printing, hold the ‘shift’ key, and click
    and mark this point. All points between the two marked points will be
    colored in blue.

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    Now mark the points colored in blue as ‘Block’. By checking ‘v’ next to
    the word ‘Block’. From here on, all the points marked in the list are
    “trapped” by ‘Block’.
    Click on the ‘Print’ button (with the picture of a printer from the bottom
    group of buttons). You will get the message that only the ‘Block’ will be
    printed and not the entire list. Click ‘OK’ to continue the process and
    confirm the printing after the printer dialog box appears.

    We have shown that working with blocks enables you to define a group of
    points together, making it possible to activate them as a group. We will
    now discuss an additional command (very useful!) possible for activation
    on blocks. This command allows simultaneous erasing and adding of
    columns to a group of lines. Study this example:
    Say you have a list of coordinates that was imported to the bottom list, but
    in the left column farthest on the left appears the code ‘0’, implying that a
    line from the list will look like this:
    0 Bm2000 500.32 100.37 30.15

    This line is not legal, as the parameter zero is unnecessary. You can, of-
    course, move a line and erase this parameter, but it will take up much time.
    To do this with blocks:

    Mark the first point on your list.


    Move with the arrows to the last point on your list, hold the ‘Shift’ key
    and click (key-board), and mark the last point with your mouse.
    Capture the group of points as –‘Block’ (by checking ‘v’ next to the work
    ‘Block’).
    Bring the text cursor to the points editing line, so it will stand in front of
    the parameter zero that appears on the same line.
    Click on ‘Delete’ from your key-board – you will see that the entire
    column which has the cursor was erased from all relevant lines (the
    ‘Block’ lines).
    Clicking on the ‘v’ mark next to ‘Block’ will cancel the working with
    blocks.

    * In this example, it was possible to erase or add characters / spaces


    to columns in a group of points.

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    Chapter 3 : Working with
    blocks(code)

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    Working with blocks (Codes)
    One of the many options in working with CivilCAD 10 is presenting the
    project coordinates on a drawing in the form of pre-defined blocks.

    Subsequent to CivilCAD 10 installation, you will find the libraries containing


    the program’s blocks in library ‘Codes’ file.

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Codes\

    The main libraries that you will be working with are the ‘MainHeb’ which
    contains the blocks in Hebrew, and ‘Main’ that contains the same blocks in
    English.

    By entering the ‘CODES’ file from Windows, you will see that for each
    blocks library there are additional ‘DXF’ files and ‘DWT’ files of the same
    name, for example:
    The ‘MainHeb’ library has a ‘MainHeb.dwt’ file, and a ‘MainHeb.dxf’ file.
    These are files in which all the library blocks are defined (see “Working
    with Codes” section in this chapter).

    Chapter topics are as follows:

    Setting work mode in blocks.


    Working with codes.
    Loading a new background into a project with blocks.
    Commands from ‘Topography -> Codes’ window.
    Blocks in roads.
    Defining colors in ‘Template’ file.

    Setting work mode in blocks

    Open project ‘Prototype’ in order to switch to ‘blocks’ work mode.


    Open: ‘File->Open project’
    Choose ‘Prototype.prj’ project and click ‘OK’
    Open: ‘File->Configuration’
    Select “Drawing environment’ tab.
    Check ‘V’ in the ‘BlocksMode’ box
    Click ‘OK’

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    Now go to the ‘Code definition’ window:

    Open: ‘Topography->Codes’
    Click on the yellow filing cabinet icon
    From the ‘OpenSet’ window that opens, choose the desired codes
    library and click ‘OK’. Now you can see that the library’s name
    appearing at the top section of the window under ‘Set’.

    After you have picked the blocks library with which you want to work, you
    will need to define the project default block. The program will also use this
    block for coordinates that were not defined by a code from the list.

    Choose the block number from the list in the top section of this window
    Click on ‘Update’
    The program will ask if you wish to convert to the block you have
    chosen. Click ‘Yes’. Now you can see the default block name
    appearing next to the ‘Update (Default)’ icon.
    Open the Topography coordinates list by activating: Topography-
    >Coordinates.
    Press the options button (above the coordinates list), at the bottom
    of the options window, mark the option: Blocks mode and press OK.

    Exit the program and save the changes:

    Click ‘OK’
    Exist the program ‘File-> Exit’
    Confirm the saving of data

    From here on, every time you open a new project, you will work in blocks
    mode. When working on existing projects, the project will work in the mode
    defined for that project specifically.

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    Working with codes

    This exercise will explain how to work with codes.


    After determining the blocks mode, open a new project and perform the
    following:

    Click on ‘Load from text file’ from the coordinates list (yellow filing
    cabinet icon)
    Load the file: Sample7.tco

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Samples\Sample7
    Click on to refresh the drawing.

    Now you can see that the program has loaded the drawing coordinates
    onto the drawing in the form of a permanent block. By not entering the
    representing code for each line in the coordinates list, the program used
    the default block that was defined earlier.

    Now change the list:


    Choose a number of lines from the list and enter at their ends different
    code numbers. The typing will be done in the editing line after the height.
    For example: 1 1000 1000 100.37 23
    (this point will be represented by block code 23)

    These codes must exist in the block list of the existing library. In order to
    view the existing list of codes, open the ‘Topography –codes’ window and
    look at the top section.

    Following the typing click on the *’ReorderCoordinates’ button (the


    button with right and left arrows in the coordinates list). The spaces in the
    list will be arranged automatically.
    Click on again and the program will change the blocks according to the
    changes made in the list.
    In order to change the blocks size in the drawing, click on the ‘Options’
    button - from the coordinates list and in the window that opens bring
    ‘Scale’ to the desired size, and click ‘OK’.
    Press to change the blocks size in the drawing.

    *Unlike working without blocks, working with blocks requires aligning the
    points in the columns prior to clicking .

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    Loading a new background into a project with
    blocks

    Every time you open a new project with blocks, CivilCAD 10 loads a
    ‘Template’ file containing all the blocks belonging to the blocks library with
    which you want to work. Loading a new background for the project via
    ‘File->Open’ command from the AutoCAD/ZWCAD menu, will erase the
    blocks defined in the ‘Template’ file.

    This is the reason for using the AutoCAD/ZWCAD ‘Insert’ command for
    loading a project background. The background will be loaded as a block or
    a ‘dxf’. In case you have accidentally erased the blocks definition, follow
    these steps:

    From AutoCAD/ZWCAD menu go to: ‘File->Open’


    Choose from ‘File of types’: ‘Drawing template file(dwt)’
    Open the relevant ‘Template’ file from the ‘codes’ library, for example-
    ‘Main.dwt’
    Activate from the main toolbar below the main menu.
    In AutoCAD/ZWCAD activate zoom-extends.

    After the re-loading the template and reconstruction of layers it is possible


    to view the project.

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    Creating codes
    All codes must be created from “Prototype” project.

    1) Open prototype project and then, from CivilCAD 10 main Menu, go


    to ‘Topography–>Codes’.

    2) Click on ‘New Set’ button (at the upper right side of the window)
    to create a new library or click on ‘Open Set’ button in order to
    add codes to existing library.

    3) Click on ‘New block’ button (at the lower right side of the window)
    to create a new block.

    4) Enter the desired code name, and click on ‘Browse file name’
    button to load the block’s DWG.

    5) Click on ‘Set the changes to the block’ button to save the


    definitions.

    6) Repeat steps 3-5 for each code.

    7) After creating codes, open each code’s DWG in AutoCAD/ZWCAD


    and save it as DXF file in the earliest version possible in
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD.

    8) DXF and DWG file must have the same name and be located in the
    same library.

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    Commands from ‘Topography Codes’ window

    Creating, editing, and erasing a new blocks library (‘New Set’)

    New Set – opening a new blocks library


    Clicking this button will present a window with the names of the existing
    libraries. Enter the new library name next to the heading ‘New set’ and
    click ‘OK’. The location of the blocks library is in ‘CODES’, from inside the
    installation library.

    In Windows 7/8/10 OS the default location is:


    C:\ProgramData\SivanDesign\CivilCAD\Codes\

    Erase Set – clicking this button and choosing a library from the list that
    opens completely erases the library from the list and from the codes file.

    Open Set – opening an existing blocks library


    Clicking this button will present the list of existing libraries in another
    window. After choosing the library click ‘OK’.

    Set block as default – choosing a default block


    After selecting a block from the list of blocks in this window, click this
    button to set the chosen block as a default block. This block will be
    presented to the coordinate without a code in the coordinates list.

    Preview – a preview of a block


    Clicking this button will load the block itself to the graphic environment and
    present it on the screen. Since this action will erase the existing diagram, it
    should be followed by a click on . Please notice that this command will
    only restore the layers connected to CivilCAD 10 software.

    Browse file name - choosing one block file from the blocks library
    In order to choose a new block and add it to the library, open this window
    and choose the block you would like to define for the existing library. By
    clicking on one of the blocks from the list that opens, the name of the
    chosen block will automatically appear in the typing line.

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    New Block – choosing a new block
    Clicking this button defines a new block. In order to choose a block from
    the list, open the window with the list of blocks (the three-point button) .
    After choosing the block from the list, the name of the file will appear next
    to the heading:
    ‘File-name’. Enter the block’s name under ‘Blocks name’. Type the name
    of the layer in which the block will be entered next to the heading ‘Layer’.
    Use the same layer for all the blocks in the same library. Enter the chosen
    code name for the new layer next to the heading ‘Code’. To use this block
    - enter this code in the coordinates list. After defining all the data to the
    new block, click ‘OK’ to enter the block in the list of codes in the top
    section of this window.

    Erase Block – erasing a block from the library


    This button erases the block from the list of blocks, but does not erase its
    file from its library, so that in the future it can be returned to the list.

    Block in roads

    In blocks mode, when working on a project with roads, CivilCAD 10 creates


    the layers representing the IPs data by using blocks in the form of signs,
    making it very easy to edit the drawing the software had created.

    In order to define the working mode in roads with blocks perform the
    following steps:
    From the main menu, activate Roads->Horizontal alignment.
    From the window at the right side of the screen press on the options
    button -
    CivilCAD 10 will display the options window, at the top of that window
    (under “Horizontal alignment”) notice the option IP’S Data in blocks
    mode, below that option mark the option: Show all data.
    Press OK.

    In order to illustrate this, create a project with blocks and define a road.
    When the software creates the road layout, try to move one of the Ips signs
    from AutoCAD/ZWCAD. You will see that the entire sign is made up of one
    block that you can enlarge or turn according to need.

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    Defining colors in ‘Template’ file

    Another advantage to working on a project with blocks in CivilCAD 10, is


    the possibility to predefine colors for the layers the software creates. For
    example, you can determine the colors in the contour line the software will
    create.

    From AutoCAD/ZWCAD menu go to: ‘File->Open’.


    Choose from ‘File of types’: ‘Drawing template file(dwt)’.
    Open the relevant ‘Template’ file from the ‘codes’ library, for example-
    ‘Main.dwt’.
    Open the AutoCAD/ZWCAD list of layers.
    Change the colors in the ‘Tcontours’ as you desire.
    Save the file.
    Operate CivilCAD 10 software.
    Open a new project with blocks (in this case with MainHeb library).
    Load the coordinates file into the ‘Topography coordinates’.
    Run contour lines - ‘Topography -> contours’.

    Now you can see that the layers the software has created in order to show
    the contour lines, are presented in the colors you have defined earlier in
    the ‘Template’ file. Using this system you can predetermine the color for
    each layer the program creates.

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    Chapter 4: Creating
    contour lines

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    Creating contour lines

    In this chapter we will explain how to create contour lines. We will show
    how to create contour lines, starting with the most basic option. Preceding,
    we will discuss additional options, and finally advanced issues like defining
    breaklines.

    Start using.
    Basic issues and defining the range of contour lines.
    Command buttons from the contours window.
    Setting options.
    Contour lines layers.
    Processing points to create contour lines.
    Breaklines.

    Start using

    To create contour lines, go to: ‘Topography -> Contours'.


    )Topography appears in the main menu at the head of the drawing window.

    To the right of the drawing, in the desk-top window, a contour lines window
    will appear with the blue heading: Topography Contours).

    Press Apply button in this window, to operate the contour lines


    computation. Contours data such as: Intervals, contour layers, and so
    forth, will be automatically chosen by the software according to the default
    settings.

    Basic issues and defining the range of contour


    lines

    Before we continue the discussion, in order to allow immediate application


    of the issues which we will discuss next, open a new project and enter the
    following list of points:

    1 20.00 40.00 15.50


    2 10.00 30.00 14.52
    3 0.00 20.00 15.00
    4 34.14 25.86 15.50
    5 24.14 15.86 14.52
    6 14.14 5.86 15.00
    7 59.93 15.59 15.50
    8 54.12 2.19 14.52
    9 52.33 -14.78 15.00
    10 88.51 22.28 15.50
    11 97.44 5.76 14.52
    12 107.27 -5.41 15.00

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    13 109.95 42.76 15.50
    14 124.33 26.03 14.52
    15 138.97 12.70 15.00

    After entering the list, press the ‘Reorder button’ to align the list and
    press to display the points on the drawing.

    1. Defining the intervals between the contour lines: In the ‘Contour


    Lines’ window you will find the ‘intervals’ field. To define the
    intervals between the contour lines, type the desired interval in the
    text-box to the right of ‘intervals’. To confirm, click Apply.
    (note: If the word ‘default’ appears in the text-box, erase it and enter
    the desired interval).

    2. Defining the interval calculation range: When opening the


    Counter Lines Window, you will notice a large frame that appears in
    the window with the word ‘Extents’. This word indicates that at the
    contour lines will be calculated now (after operating this command
    by clicking the Apply button) in all of the drawing area, and
    furthermore, the shape of the contour lines will be arched at all
    times. For example:

    In this drawing area the contour lines will be calculated also in the confined
    area between the following points 1>-13>-10>-7>-4>-1, and not as we
    might have preferred, without this area. To calculate the contour lines
    without this area, you must define it in the following manner :

    Choose ‘Locate’ from the list of options in the right window.


    Go to the drawing area and choose the selected area by defining the its
    bordering points: 9 >--- 6 >--- 3 >-- 2 >---1 .
    When you are finished, click on ‘S’ and ‘Enter’ in the command line).
    After defining the range of the contour lines, click OK to create them.

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    There are more methods for defining the range of the contour lines.
    Let us observe two:

    Inserting the points names into the range of contour lines: At the
    head of the right window appears a line of text. Go to this line with your
    cursor and insert the points that border the contour lines. Between each
    point click ‘Enter’. You can also simultaneously insert together a range
    of points on the condition that they are arranged in an ascending order,
    for example : 100-110. Click ‘Enter’ when finished. Click Apply to
    receive the contour lines.

    Using Polyline In AutoCAD/ZWCAD, draw a polyline between the


    points that border the contour lines. After drawing your polyline, choose
    ‘select’ from the options list on the right. Go to the drawing, choose the
    polyline you marked and click ‘Enter’. You can see that in the points list
    from the right window appears a <Noname< list. Press Apply to receive
    the contour lines.

    Note: You can do the polyline drawing in any layer you want. For
    your convenience, you can enlarge the AutoCAD/ZWCAD window
    to maximum by closing the panels (from the right and below the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD window) by pressing the small ‘x’ button at the
    top of each panel. To restore the coordinates’ panel (panel below
    the AutoCAD/ZWCAD) activate Topography->Coordinates.

    Show Triangles: Present the Interpolation triangles in the drawing:


    checking this option means that for all contour lines calculations, the
    triangles which served as interpolation for the creation of the contour
    lines will be drawn. In order to compute the contour lines the program
    does triangulation (interpolation of triangles), so that the area being
    computed is “covered” with triangles. The program will choose the
    triangles itself, so that each point will be connected (as much as
    possible) to the two points closest to it, without the overlapping of
    triangles, or there will not be an area that is not covered in triangles.

    Fix borders: Automatic border repair: As mentioned, the computation


    of contour lines will be done throughout the project (in all its areas),
    unless an exact border was defined. You can instruct the computer to
    automatically repair the border computation. Check this option and click
    ‘OK’ to compute contour lines again. The program will try to minimize
    the computation borders, so that the triangles with an exceptionally long
    side will be removed automatically. This way we can avoid connection
    between distant points, ones that we do not need to connect.
    Note: This option is based on the mathematical computation in
    which the program defines for each and every project what its
    “longest side” is, according to the density of the project and the
    average distance between the points. This computation is not

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    always the ideal solution, in which case we will turn to the other
    tools explained in this chapter.

    Show borders: displaying the contours’ border, if a border was defined


    by the user CivilCAD 10 will display that border otherwise; it will
    calculate the border for the whole contours area and display it.

    Create triangles only: the contours will not be shown on the drawing,
    but the program will build the triangulation model in the computer’s
    memory, therefore CivilCAD 10 will be able to do any calculation in the
    project even if the contours are invisible.

    Smooth: Smoothing the contour lines – The program creates, by


    default, exact contour lines according to the triangles that were formed.
    You can order the program to “smooth” these contours. To do so check
    ‘V’ in this field and click OK.
    Note: After “smoothing”, the contours you receive will be less
    accurate.
    Smoothing level – You can choose the level of smoothness
    for the contour lines by selecting it from the ComboBox (near
    the "Smooth" label). There are 10 possible levels. By
    choosing a lower level the result will be less smooth but more
    accurate and vice versa. Please notice that the process in
    lower levels will be much slower.

    Max Interpolation Length – Defining the maximum length for


    interpolation: CivilCAD 10 creates, by default, triangular interpolation
    between all existing points. You can define maximum distance for the
    performance of this interpolation. Choose, for example, a value of 60
    meter (the work units for a field are in meters), and click OK. The
    program will perform interpolation only between the points that the
    distance between them is not over 60 meters. This way you can
    remove unwanted triangles, since they have a side that overpasses this
    distance.

    In order to use any one of the options mentioned above, check ‘v’ next to
    the option and press Apply. The program will compute the contours
    according to the definition that have been set, and draw them. If such
    contour lines already exist from previous definitions, the program will erase
    them and show only the new contours.

    Pick height - Eelevation labeling in a specific place: in some cases


    the elevation labeling chosen by the program is not satisfying or just not
    good. In such cases it is possible to add elevation labeling in the
    following way:

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    Mark ‘Pick’ and move to the drawing area. Create a line between
    any two points (click your mouse button, hold and move to the new
    location), so that it will cut across a number of contour lines. After
    the line was drawn, elevations will be automatically drawn at the
    cross sections of the contours. You can also avoid labeling
    unwanted elevation layers by doing the following: enter the layers
    and freeze the ones for which you don’t want to draw elevations. Go
    back to the Contours Window and choose ‘pick height’ again in
    order to draw the intersection line. Now the elevations will be
    labeled only for the layers that are not frozen. When the labeling is
    finished, return to the frozen layers to “view” mode. The layers will
    return to the drawing, without the elevation labeling.

    Command buttons from the contours window:

    We will discuss the functions of the buttons that appear in the Contours
    Window:

    Emphasizes Contours instantly: Click this button to draw a yellow line


    around the Contour Lines area (zone). To erase the line click .

    Erases the points list that define the contours range (field of area):
    click this icon to erase the points list that border the contours border . You
    will be returned to the state of computing the entire area.

    Erases a point from the list of points that define the contour. Mark the
    point you want to delete from the list and click this icon. Click on to
    confirm the change as final.

    Set : After each change you make in the contours computation borders,
    click this icon to validate your choice.

    Open Options Window : Open the contours Status Index. See details
    on
    ‘Options’ from the chapter ‘Settings’.

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    Setting options
    Activate the options Window by clicking the options icon ( ). These are
    the options available on the window (the contours options will appear at the
    upper-left corner of the window):

    Auto elevations – When this option is checked, the program will


    automatically assign the numbering of the contour lines according to
    the plan. Removing this option and running the contours computation
    once again will result in the drawing contours without their elevation
    computation label. Since the contour lines are divided into layers
    according to intervals, it is easy to define for which layers the elevation
    will be written and for which not. This will be discussed in the course of
    this chapter.

    Brackets – This option will cause square brackets to appear around


    the elevation labeling of the contours. This way you can differentiate
    between existing and designed contours.

    Format ‘##’- this option sign will make the elevation labeling in format
    ##. For example – whether the elevation label 3.25 was written in a
    marked or unmarked format, it will always be written as 3.25. On the
    other hand, if the labeling is 3.20, the labeling can be viewed in two
    different ways:
    Without the option the elevation will be – 3.2
    With the option it will be – 3.20

    Scale – Choosing the text font size. The text height will be according to
    the general scale settings (for more details please refer to "Chapter 24,
    Configurations window").

    Note: During the printing process, the labeling will be printed as it is viewed
    in the window. The font size 100 is compatible for printing on the scale of
    approximately 1:100.

    Contour lines layers

    The contour lines are divided into layers according to the intervals between
    them. For example - all contour lines with intervals of 1 meter will be
    grouped together into one layer (100, 101, 102 etc.). You can control the
    contour layers. The division into layers is dependant on the intervals
    between the contours that were determined during the computation. In the
    Options Window appears the label: ‘Layers’. This is a Layer contours scale
    (graph):

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    Each number represents a different layer. You can browse between layers
    by marking the layer you want using your mouse. The other details that
    appear in the frame, represent the characteristics of the highlighted layer.
    We will now discuss these characteristics:

    Intervals –Intervals in contour lines. As aforesaid, we divide the


    contours to layers according to the intervals between them. In the
    ‘Intervals’ Window you can characterize each layer by determining
    which contours will enter it. If, for example you enter 0.5, all contours
    with intervals of 0.5 will enter this layer. A zero interval will notify the
    program to include the lines for which no layers were defined, in the 0.5
    layer group.

    If, for example, the segmentation into layers is so:

    Layer Interval (M)


    0 10
    1 5
    2 1
    3 0.25
    4 0

    And you ask for contour lines every 0.1 meters, all contours that do not
    belong to any layers (100.1, 100.2 etc.), will be passed over to layer four.

    Unused – This option will neutralize the marked layer, so that it won’t
    be formed at all. If, for example, you want all the contour lines to enter
    one layer, mark in layer 0, zero intervals, while marking all other layers
    as ‘unused’.

    Auto Elevation – Automatic Elevation labeling. If the main ‘Auto


    Elevation’ option is checked, then all elevation labeling will be done
    automatically. This labeling is affected by the ‘Auto Elevation’ option.
    For a layer that doesn’t need automatic elevation labeling, uncheck the
    marking next to the layer. If, for example, you do not want Auto
    Elevation labeling for layer 0.25, highlight this layer in the list (say it was
    defined as layer 3), and cancel the ‘Auto Elevation’ next to it.

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    Processing points to create contour lines

    The creation of contour lines is dependant, aforesaid, on the measurement


    points of the project. There might be points in your project that you will not
    want to include in the creation of contour lines. There are a number of
    ways of dealing with such points:

    Points without elevation – CivilCAD 10 defines points with no


    elevation. Unlike other CAD tools, CivilCAD 10 separates between
    points at elevation 0 and points of no elevation. CivilCAD 10 will
    recognize points with no elevation, and will automatically exclude them
    from the creation of contour lines.

    Freezing points – You can freeze the points that have elevation, yet
    you do not want to include in the creation of contour lines. Freezing the
    points can be done in two ways:
    a. From the list (see details in chapter
    “Coordinates database - icons that affect the list
    and are connected to it”).
    b. From the drawing (see chapter “Coordinate
    database - drawing commands affecting the
    list”).

    Let us review the process of freezing a point:

    Click on the word ‘freeze’ from the list of functions in the bottom
    window.
    Move your cursor to the drawing area and capture one of the points you
    wish to freeze. You will notice that the point had been located in the
    bottom list and that the word ,’<Fr>’ has been added beside it.
    Click on and you will be able to view the “freezing” in the drawing.
    Open the contour lines drawing window and perform line computation.

    You will be able to notice the change done to the contour lines according to
    the point you have frozen. If you add the interpolation triangles drawing to
    the contour line computation, you will see that the triangles have been re-
    arranged in order to overlook the frozen coordinate.

    Canceling coordinates in the drawing – There may be points in the


    list that you will not want to see in the drawing. Unlike the frozen points,
    these points will not appear in the drawing and will not be included in
    the contour lines computation. In order to remove a point from the
    drawing, you must perform the following steps :
    Mark the designed point from the bottom list of points.
    Stand on the points editing line, before the desired point and add
    the “/” mark at the beginning.

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    Click on and the point will be erased from the drawing.

    Freezing a point by its code – Even if you don’t want to change the
    point or its original name in the drawing, you might still not want it to
    affect its contour. In this case you can freeze the point by giving it a
    code. The point code will appear in the fifth column of the point (after
    the elevation). Remember that the point that you want to code must
    have some kind of elevation (it can even be zero). The code added to
    the frozen point will be “FR”.

    Please see the sample below:


    Our point is: 15 175346.32 176728.76 153.14

    Add the “FR” code in the following manner –


    15 175346.32 176728.76 153.14 FR.
    Click on the ‘Reorder points’ button (the button with the two blue arrows
    from the bottom, to make the code appear in the proper column).
    Click on to update the drawing.
    To view the change, go back and compute more contour lines.

    Breaklines

    Naming and defining the problem: A breakline is actually a geometric


    definition of a line that will not allow two points that appear on one side of
    the line and the other, to form a triangle, during the contour triangle
    interpolation of the contour lines stage.

    This example of a surveyed road will clear things up:

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    From this diagram you can immediately tell that the contour lines received
    are not correct. If you look at the triangle interpolation (see next diagram)
    that was made for this road, you can tell that it is also not correct. Take for
    example points 6, 7, 5, and 15. The interpolation that was received for
    these points is for triangles: 6,7,15 and 5,15,7. Point 7 is an elevated point,
    and you will not necessarily want point 15 to connect to it.
    We would like this interpolation to be made: 5,15,6 and 5, 7, 6.

    Defining the Lines – An example: we will now use breaklines to


    solve the problem. To continue the discussion and run this example,
    open a new project and type in the following list :

    1 1334.69 1722.34 147.45


    2 1336.84 1720.00 147.91
    3 1336.45 1719.62 151.64
    4 1344.39 1719.59 148.74
    5 1355.17 1716.48 150.10
    6 1363.76 1712.62 151.15
    7 1356.89 1713.75 151.38
    8 1356.38 1713.68 153.82
    9 1333.23 1728.75 146.83
    10 1333.64 1730.88 146.95
    11 1333.71 1730.88 149.94
    12 1352.31 1723.60 149.63
    13 1352.80 1724.98 149.75
    14 1354.37 1725.29 152.66
    15 1364.38 1719.02 151.10
    16 1365.50 1720.42 151.13
    17 1366.42 1720.61 153.09

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    After you open a new project – open the Breaklines Window and go to –
    Topography->Lines. The Breaklines Window will appear from the right.
    This window is divided into two sections (for more details see Chapter 5 –
    ‘Lines Connections’)

    The bottom which contains the breaklines list and enables


    changes in the list, such as deleting an entire line, saving files as
    .dis type files and more.
    The top which shows the highlighted line (the same line that is
    highlighted in the lines List) and enables to make changes such as
    adding and deleting points from it.

    Defining Breaklines

    Defining breaklines using ‘Locate’ to choose the points - when this


    window is opened, a new line by the name of 1 will open automatically.
    Click on ‘Locate’ from the options list in the upper window to go to the
    drawing area, and mark a line between coordinates 5 and 6 (mark the line
    by catching first point 5, and then 6). When you finish, click on ‘S’ from the
    AutoCAD/ZWCAD command line).

    This definition of breakline will compel the program to perform the correct
    interpolation that will solve the problem (to repeat the interpolation you will
    have to run the contour lines once again). Continue to define more lines :
    Click on button from the bottom of the breaklines window. A new line
    will open (line number 2). Define this line between points 15,12,9 (click
    again on ‘Locate’ and mark the points according to order.

    Defining breaklines by typing in point names – open a new line and


    define it Between points 1,4,5. After opening a new line, move with your
    mouse to the text line at the top of the window and point to it. Type the
    number ‘1’ and click ‘Enter’. Continue to type the coordinates 4 and 5.
    When you finish, click ‘Set’.
    We have finished defining the breaklines. Go to ‘Topography -> Contours’
    and choose the intervals 0.5, and click ‘Apply. The new breaklines will be
    calculated and you will receive the following diagram:

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    You can complete the diagram by defining a specific range for the
    breaklines (as was explained in the section “Basic issues and the defining
    of breaklines range”.

    Defining breaklines using Polyline.


    In addition to the two previous options, you can also define a breakline by
    choosing 3D Polyline from AutoCAD/ZWCAD (the breaklines have to be
    3D Polylines, because Polylines in two dimensions cannot serve as such).
    To use this option, follow these steps:

    Draw a 3D polylines in AutoCAD/ZWCAD that will be used as


    breaklines. (you can use Object Snap for Node and connect between
    the points CivilCAD 10 had created).
    Enter the ‘Topography Lines’ window and choose ‘select’ from the
    window on the right.
    Move to the AutoCAD/ZWCAD drawing area and choose the line you
    want. Click ‘Enter’. The line will be recorded in the right window.
    Open a new line ( button) and choose the next line.

    Continue and choose all your selected lines.

    Expanding the creation of breaklines:

    Creating breaklines for points which were not measured (do not exist in the
    file). Occasionally you will need to draw breaklines for points that have not
    been measured (e.g. building borders etc.). In this case you will need to
    manually add the points to the file in order to connect them. To do so
    please follow the steps below:

    Run the contour lines in the project as usual.

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    Use ‘pick’ from the bottom window and choose the points you want to
    add (for a review of this action see the section – “Coordinates Database
    - Drawing commands affecting the list”). Since you are working on a
    three-dimensional background of contour lines, the chosen coordinates
    will automatically get the altitude of the existing model.
    Click on to refresh.
    Go to Topography -> Contours and connect the breaklines between the
    coordinates that were formed.
    Creating groups of breaking lines from an AutoCAD/ZWCAD layer –
    see chapter “Dealing with DWG files – extracting coordinates and lines
    from a DWG file”.

    Page 67 of 440
    Chapter 5: Lines
    connections

    Page 68 of 440
    Lines connections

    CivilCAD 10 makes it possible to define measuring lines – lines usually


    defined as breaklines. This chapter will explain how to define these lines
    using several different methods. While we will be referring in this chapter to
    ‘Existing status’ breaklines, all activations described are relevant to ‘Design
    status’ measuring lines.

    The topics in this chapter are:

    Defining measuring lines.


    Changing the lines definition.
    Commands from ‘Topography/Design lines’ window.
    Filtering lines from a DWG file.

    Defining measuring lines

    CivilCAD 10 software has a few different ways to define measuring lines.


    Using this example will show how to define the measuring lines in a project
    including all possible options (while this sample refers to the creation of
    measuring lines for ‘Existing’ status, it is also relevant to ‘Designed’
    status measuring lines).

    1. From menu activate ‘Topography -> Lines’


    2. In the ‘Lines list’ (under the heading ‘Lines list’) you will find the list
    of lines with one line and no points. Define this line using one of the
    following methods:

    ‘Locate’ – Click on ‘Locate’, go to the drawing window and click on


    points that are already defined in the project and are on the drawing.
    After clicking on each point, the program will add the name of the
    point to the points list (at the top of the ‘Topography lines’ window).
    These points represent the current line (marked in blue) from the
    ‘Lines list’.
    ‘Select’ – Defining a line by choosing a drawn line from the drawing.
    After clicking on ‘Select’, choose a Polyline from the drawing (it is
    preferable that this line is defined a 3D Polyline), and click ‘Enter’.
    The program will create new points starting with ‘DIS’ and add them
    to the coordinates list. In section ‘Filtering Lines from DWG Files’
    in this chapter, we will show how to filter a number of lines from a
    number of layers in a single command.
    Typing point names – It is also possible to enter the point names
    manually (if they exist in the coordinates list), by clicking on ‘Name’
    and entering the name. After entering all the names and clicking
    ‘Enter’, the program will draw the line on the drawing according to
    the points. If there are sequential points (of consequent names), for

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    example: 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, it is possible to enter 1000 and
    1003 and click ‘Enter’. The program will enter all the points
    sequentially in the ‘Lines list’ and create the line.

    Defining Radiuses – It is possible to define a radius for every line


    using two optional systems:
    1. Defining a radius by entering its value between two points
    and typing the radius value under ‘2Points+R’, in the second
    points line of the two points.

    2. For defining a radius by three points on a line, enter ‘V’ in


    the cell located on the middle points line under ‘3Points’, by
    double-clicking on this field.

    To define additional click on and repeat sections 2 to4.

    After completing the line definition, ‘refresh’ the drawing by clicking and
    the new points and lines will be added to the drawing. The contour lines
    will be updated by activating ‘Topography->Contours’ and clicking on the
    Apply button.

    Changing the lines definition

    It is possible to determine the presentation of each line in the lines list, and
    the effect it will have on the contour lines. In order to determine these
    settings, mark the desired line or lines from the lines list, and click on the
    Options button - , the options window will appear:

    We will explain the options in this window:

    ‘Type’ - The presentation of the line on the drawing


    ‘Continues’ – a sequential line (default)
    ‘Fence’ – a fence sign
    ‘Left/Right cliff’ – a cliff sign. The direction of the cliff “edges” will
    be determined by choosing ‘Left/or Right’.

    Page 70 of 440
    ‘Left/Right slope’ – a slope sign. The direction of the cliff “edges”
    will be determined by choosing ‘Left/or Right’.
    ‘Distances’ – the marking of the intermediate distances between
    and along the line segments. The lettering size will be determined
    according to ‘Width’.

    ‘Layer’ - The layer in which the lines are formed. As default the
    program will create all the lines in one layer. Choosing a different line
    for a certain line, will create it in the chosen layer.

    ‘Width’ – The line width. The width of the line is the parameter for the
    determination of its size. The size will affect the line according to its
    type:

    ‘Fence’ – will be drawn wider, ‘Distances’ – larger lettering for


    distances and so on.

    ‘Closed’ – Open/Closed line: checking this box will turn the breakline
    into a close line. The contour lines will not be calculated for this line and
    a 3D model will not be built. This makes it possible to determine
    structures and other closed forms for which we do not want to draw
    contour lines, or want to add to the volumes calculations. (For more
    details see Chapter 4 “Creating Contour Lines – Defining Areas Not for
    Computation”).

    ‘Breakline’ – Throughout the entire chapter we have shown the usage


    of the ‘Lines’ option for the creation of breaklines only. This
    withstanding, we have also shown many options from this window for a
    quick and easy drawing of lines that are not necessarily breaklines. In
    order to continue using the ‘Topography lines’ window for drawing
    lines that are not breaklines, use the same options as shown, by un-
    checking the ‘V’ mark in the field ‘Breakline’. The line will remain in the
    drawing but will not affect the creation of contour lines.

    Add or reduce dH to break Lines

    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to ‘TopographyLines' or


    'DesignLines'.
    Mark the desired break lines from the lines list and click the 'Add dH to
    selected lines' button'.
    In the opened window, enter dH (in meters). Positive value will add dH
    and negative value will reduce dH.
    Click the 'OK' button.
    Click the 'Refresh' button to update the drawing.

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    From CivilCAD 10 main menu, go to 'TopographyContours' or
    'DesignContours' and rebuild the surface 3D model (contours).

    Commands from ‘Topography/Design lines’


    window

    In the following section we will review all the options from the ‘Breaklines’
    window.

    1. Top Window:

    - Erasing a point from the list of points that define the line. Mark the
    point that should be erased and click this button. After the change click
    ‘Set’.

    - Setting the current line: until the ‘set’ button is activated, the new
    line definitions will not take place (adding/ dropping points, line type etc.).

    - Determining the height for current line according to existing


    status: clicking this button will adjust the line heights for each point
    according to the previous contour lines of the existing status the program
    has created. The program will also change the heights in the coordinates
    list at the relevant points.

    - Determining the existing contour line by the existing status:


    clicking this button will adjust the line heights to each point according to the
    previous existing status contours the program has created. The program
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    - Determination of settings for current line. See detailing in section


    ‘Changing the Lines Definitions’ section from this chapter.

    - Filtering lines from the drawing. See detailing in ‘Filtering Lines’


    section in this chapter.

    ‘Find’ – Locating a point from the list in the drawing (option ‘Find’ from the
    box ‘Locate’ ‘Select’ etc.). This option exists only for users of AutoCAD or
    ZWCAD. Choose ‘Find’ from the list on the right and move to the drawing
    area. Choose the line you wish to locate and click ‘Enter’. The program will
    locate the chosen line from the list and mark it in the ‘Lines List’.

    ‘Select’ – Defining a line by selecting a drawn line from the drawing.

    ‘Locate’ – Defining a line by locating defined points on the drawing.

    Page 72 of 440
    2. Bottom Window:

    - Opening a new work line.

    - Erasing a line or a group of lines. Clicking this button will open a


    window with the following options:
    ‘Only selected lines’ – erasing the marked lines from the lines list.
    ‘All lines’ – erasing all lines from the list
    ‘Lines above height factor’ – erasing all lines that include heights
    above the given height, at ‘Height factor’.
    ‘Lines below height factor’ – erasing all lines that include heights
    below the given height at ‘Height factor’.

    - Importing DIS files. This option is for importing DIS files used to
    define breaklines. Clicking the button will open the files dialog box. Choose
    the file you wish to import. The file will be entered into the project in the
    form of a breakline. The breakline points will be attached upon need to the
    coordinates list (bottom window ‘Topography Coordinates’) and the lines
    definition (line points) will be added to the breaklines list.

    The imported dis file is divided to several colums by: x y h line


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    of columns. By default, the program reads the columns according to a
    certain order. It is possible to control the ‘reading’ by arranging the
    columns according to the file structure (for more details see Chapter 24 –
    “General issues – General Configuration Definitions”).

    - Exporting DIS files. Following the definition of breaklines, it is


    possible to export a DIS file format of these lines. Clicking the button will
    open the files dialog box. Choose the location of the new file and enter its
    name.

    CivilCAD 10 allows saving the break lines to file including its definitions
    (Break/Closed/Type etc.).

    In order to load these files which were created by CivilCAD 10:

    For break lines of Existing G.L. will be saved in a *.tbl file.


    For break lines of Designed G.L. will be saved in a *.dbl file.

    - Emphasizing an existing line. In cases where the work zone is large


    and built up from many breaklines, it is often a problem to identify pre-
    defined lines. This option is for emphasizing the lines for recognition
    purposes. Mark the line you wish to identify from the list (see ‘Lines list’),
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