Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2019.3 ( x64) Update
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Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2019.3 Update | 416.5 mb
Autodesk Inc., has released an update to Civil 3D 2019. New and enhanced features in Civil 3D 2019 improve design to construction documentation workflows with enhanced efficiency for design, production, collaboration, and data exchange.
Autodesk Subassembly Composer:
- Improved performance when opening rail subassembly PKT files that use cant.
- Fixed an issue in which the superelevation of subassemblies created with the Subassembly Composer failed to be incorporated into a corridor.
- Fixed an issue that caused the outer corners of corridors to not clean up correctly where there were tangent-tangent intersections in the baseline.
- Added the ability to generate slope stake reports for data referenced corridors.
- Fixed an issue in which a data referenced corridor was not reported as being out of date after the associated data referenced alignment was deleted.
- Improved performance when synchronizing data shortcut references.
- Fixed an issue that prevented creating corridor data shortcut references.
- Fixed an issue in which data referenced alignments were created as the wrong alignment type when creating data referenced corridors that had dependent non-centerline alignments.
- Fixed an issue in which nested alignment data shortcut references appeared to be broken after data were deleted.
- Fixed an issue in which nested data referenced alignments and corridors reported being out of date.
- Added a warning to instances when the source of a corridor data shortcut reference needs to be rebuilt.
- Fixed an issue in which pipes lost their connections to structures when synchronizing data referenced pipe networks after locking layer 0.
- Fixed an issue where in some environments, applying customization files caused Civil 3D to close unexpectedly on startup.
- Updated a zlib component to correct a vulnerability issue.
- Improved stability when performing a mapcheck analysis on a parcel with curved edges.
- Corrected an annotation issue along parcel segments created from alignments.
- Fixed an issue that caused alignments to be added to sites when they were imported from a LandXML file.
- Improved stability when performing a mapcheck analysis on a parcel with curved edges.
- Fixed an issue in which pipes and structures used the units specified in the pipe network feature settings instead of the units specified in the pipe and structure feature settings.
- Fixed an issue in which a pipe centerline that was referenced into a drawing using an xref was displayed using the color of the xref layer.
- Fixed an issue in which the point data in a .csv file parsed incorrectly during the point import process when the data contained user defined properties.
- Fixed an issue that caused properties specified on the Query Builder tab of the Point Group Properties dialog box to change after attaching an xref.
- Fixed a graphical issue that could occur near the cursor when creating points.
- Fixed an issue in which saving a drawing that has crossing objects in a profile view reported an error on the command line.
- Fixed a pay item formula volume calculation issue in QTO Manager.
- Fixed an issue where the volume of a volume surface shown in a surface elevation legend table did not match the volume shown in the surface properties.
- Fixed an issue where the volume of a volume surface shown in a surface elevation legend table was incorrect when the elevation analysis contained a range with a negative elevation value.
- Fixed an issue in which survey figure data imported incompletely.
- Fixed an issue where accessing survey figure properties in model space from within a locked layout viewport would cause the viewport scale to change.
- Fixed an issue in which the syntax for an angle was not accepted as a valid input format in the Traverse Editor. For example, 3..12°34'56'' would be reported as invalid.
- Fixed an issue in which an angle with a degree symbol was treated as a bearing instead of a turned angle.
- Fixed an issue in which docking or undocking the Traverse Editor would open the Unsaved Changes dialog box.
- Improved functionality of the Traverse Editor by retaining the calculated distance from point to point when saving a balanced TRV2 file.
- Improved the numerical precision in the TRV2 file to match the Traverse Editor and Drawing Settings.
- Removed trailing zeros and added numerical delimiters for clarity when displaying traverse adjustment results.
- Fixed scaling issues in the Traverse Editor user interface when using 4K displays.
- Fixed a precision issue when closure summaries were calculated using a vector from the point of closure to the last calculated point in the adjusted traverse.
- Added scale factor and rotation angle values to the report for a Grant Line adjustment.
About Autodesk Civil 3D 2019. Civil 3D 2019 is here. In the meantime, if you're looking for a quick digest of what's new and notable, we've pulled together thoughts and appreciations from a couple of industry experts who've already had a sneak peek at Civil 3D 2019.
Here's what they're telling us:
Civil 3D 2019 - "Things I Appreciate Out of the Gate":
IMAGINiT Technologies' resident civil engineering, mapping, and surveying pro, Kevin Breslin is in the process of putting together a series of blogs and whitepapers on the latest version of Autodesk software, but for now, Kevin shares his first impressions of Civil 3D 2019 and what immediately caught his attention.
- A Crisper, Clearer Status Bar - Civil 3D 2019 includes updated graphics in its Status Bar making it much easier to see, at a glance, what's on or off. Here's a side by side comparison of the 2019 and 2018 Status Bar.
- New Tab/New Tools - Both Civil 3D and AutoCAD 2019 include a new "Collaborate" tab which includes a "DWG Compare" tool and "Shared Views". The former is useful because it allows users to know what's different between different versions of a file.
Top 5 Things You Need to Know About Civil 3D 2019
For a comprehensive round-up of what's new, what's changed, and whether you should upgrade to Civil 3D 2019, CADD Microsystems, an Autodesk Platinum Partner, enlists the help of civil infrastructure specialist, Marissa Gagné to break down into the Top 5 Things You Need to Know About Civil 3D 2019. Here's a summary:
- Civil 3D is Not Part of the New One AutoCAD - One AutoCAD is getting a lot of attention. It combines all the vertical flavors of AutoCAD into one toolkit. Previously standalone software like AutoCAD Map 3D, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Electrical, and more, are now all rolled into a single AutoCAD license. Although Civil 3D was previously included in the AutoCAD family as "AutoCAD Civil 3D", the 2019 release is now called simply "Civil 3D" and is not part of the One AutoCAD family. However, because it is based on AutoCAD it contains all the great new features added to AutoCAD 2019, like "Drawing Compare" and "Shared Views" (as mentioned above as standout features by Kevin Breslin).
- The DWG Format and Civil 3D Object Format Haven't Changed - In other words, Civil 3D 2019 is backward compatible, but, here's the caveat, only with Civil 3D 2018. Try to open a drawing in an earlier release and you're stuck.
- Performance Hotfix and Batch Save Functionality is Built Into 2019 - Users of the 2017 and 2018 Civil 3D releases reported performance and slowness issues when performing certain tasks. Autodesk attempted to fix those problems with the release of a "Performance Hotfix" that users could save to the program folder. The 2019 release streamlines this remediation step by rolling it all into the installation, minimizing corrective actions on your part.
- Vertical Geometry Enhancements of High/Low Point Added - Need to design a road or path but struggled to design curves based on a High or Low point? Civil 2019 includes a tool that lets you create Parabolic or Circular curves with ease based on a high/low point, a parameter, and a length.
- InfraWorks Component Roads Can Now Be Imported as Corridors - If you have Vehicle Tracking 2019 installed alongside your Civil 3D 2019 installation, you can now import an actual model of a road from InfraWorks (previously you could only get the Alignments and Profiles). See the featured image above to see this in action.
Topics of this video will include: new and/or enhanced functionality, streamlined workflows and improved collaboration.
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Product: Autodesk Civil 3D
Version: 2019.3 Update
Supported Architectures: x64
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Software Prerequisites: *
Size: 416.5 mb
This article provides the system requirements for Autodesk Civil 3D 2019.
- Microsoft Window 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607 or higher)
- Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update KB2919355
- Microsoft Windows 7 SP1
Minimum: Internet Explorer 11 or later
Recommended: Google Chrome
Minimum: 2.5-2.9 GHz or faster processor
Recommended: 3+ GHz or faster processor
Minimum: 8 GB
Recommended: 16 GB
Conventional Displays: 1360 x 768 with True Color, and 125% Desktop Scaling (120 DPI) or less recommended
High Resolution & 4K Displays:Resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 with True Color (Windows 10 64-bit and capable display card)
Minimum: 1 GB GPU with 29 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant
Recommended: 4 GB GPU with 106 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant
Installation: 10.0 GB
Pointing Device MS-Mouse compliant
File Format Changes
AutoCAD .DWG format - R2018
Civil 3D Object format - R2018.2 ¹
¹ New vertical curve profile entities (fixed vertical curve by high or low point) are not supported in Civil 3D 2018.
.NET Framework .NET Framework Version 4.7
Additional Requirements for large datasets, point clouds, and 3D modeling
Memory 16 GB RAM or more
Disk Space 6 GB free hard disk available, not including installation requirements
Display Card 1920 x 1080 or greater True Color video display adapter; 128 MB VRAM or greater; Pixel Shader 3.0 or greater; Direct3D-capable workstation class graphics card.
The Autodesk AutoCAD 2019.1.2 Update is a prerequisite of the Autodesk Civil 3D 2019.3 Update and must be applied prior to installing the update.
You can apply this update to the following Autodesk products running on all supported operating systems and languages. Be sure to install the correct update for your software.
- Autodesk Civil 3D 2019 with the Autodesk AutoCAD 2019.1.2 update.
- Autodesk Civil 3D 2019.1 with the Autodesk AutoCAD 2019.1.2 update.