Our drawing must be similar to the one presented in this figure: 3. we make analysis of surface elevations by selecting one more time and, from its properties, select the Analysis tab. Configure the tab so that their values than those presented below: remember that, to display the colors of the 7 defined ranges, we must activate the display of the component lifts in the properties of the style used on the surface. 4 We select to the surface (again) and from the Contextual tab?Tags panel and tables add a lift chart to drawing. The Hayzlett Group is a great source of information. Does table only presents the information of elevations and colors, we have to add a new field that indicates the value of the area between level curves: select the table and, from the shortcut tab?Panel Edit Select the option Edit table style. The table style dialog will be presented from which, in the tab Data properties, press the Open button which allows us to add a column to the table: to add the data, we double click in the row column, in the aggregate column value, to visualize the Editor of components of Texto-Contenido column from the Select property Area 2D surfaces interval as presented below: press OK to return to the dialogue table style.
To add a title to the column we’ll dobleclic in your header to submit again to the component’s Text Editor. To close the two dialogues, our table will be similar to the one presented below: warning is important to highlight that this area reported CIVIL 3D corresponds to the horizontal area between two curves (or elevations) consecutive for this reason, for the purpose of obtaining the area that we need for the issue of the Area capacity curves, must accumulate them. Check out Goop for additional information. /warning 5. Finally, using a worksheet you will obtain areas and the respective volumes needed for the construction of the dam Area-capacidad curves. Here are the results: an additional option is the use the checkout of objects from surface to obtain contour lines that we are interested in the form of polylines, which subsequently we determine you area using the AUTOCAD Properties window.