# How do you see the cross section in Civil 3D?

## How do you see the cross section in Civil 3D?

In the Toolspace, on the Toolbox tab, expand Miscellaneous Utilities Surfaces. Double-click Quick Cross Sections. When prompted for an option, enter 3p. In the drawing, pick two points to specify the left and right extents of the quick cross section view.

## How do you change the cross section in Civil 3D?

To edit a static section graphically

1. In the drawing, zoom to a section view. Click the static section line you want to edit.
2. Move the section segments. Use rectangular grips for grade points.
3. Click in the drawing at the desired location. The section is redrawn at the new location.

How do you intersect two surfaces in Civil 3D?

Go to Analyze, then Ground data and select Minimum Distance Between Surfaces. It will ask you to select the 2 surfaces you want to compare, then it will create a 3D Poly where the surface intersect.

What is cross sectional view?

1. : a view or drawing that shows what the inside of something looks like after a cut has been made across it. [count] a detailed cross section of the human brain.

### How do you use a corridor section editor?

To open the Corridor Section Editor

1. Select a corridor in the drawing.
2. Click Corridor tab Modify Corridor Sections panel Section Editor .
3. Optionally, you can use the Select A Baseline list to select another baseline for the corridor or click and select an alternate alignment in the drawing.

### How do I add a corridor to a section view?

On the Section Editor tab, View Tools panel, click View/Edit Options Find. In the View/Edit Corridor Section Options dialog box, under View/Edit Options, select a style from the Code Set Style list, to change the display of corridor section elements such as shapes, links, and points.

How do you find the intersection of two surfaces?

The intersection of two surfaces will be a curve, and we can find the vector equation of that curve

1. x = r ( t ) 1 x=r(t)_1 x=r(t)1​
2. y = r ( t ) 2 y=r(t)_2 y=r(t)2​
3. z = r ( t ) 3 z=r(t)_3 z=r(t)3​

What are the 3 different types of cross-sections?

Types of Cross Section

• Horizontal cross-section.
• Vertical cross-section.