Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2023By autodesk
Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2023
there are some great new features and functionalities in Civil 3D 2023. Here are just a few:
YES! Even us CAD guys and gals need Performance Enhancements every once in a while! While mine typically comes in a daily Monster (or two), Civil 3D has improved their performance in a few key areas, these include:
Section Views and Sample Line Editing
Addressed performance issues with corridor section views, including known issues with corridor feature lines, pipe networks and Quantity in section views. This eliminated the recreation of all view draw operations and instead cache the results so they are not recreated each time other content within the section view is updated. Sample line editing will be 20% faster on average based on the real-world drawings.
The hated event viewer has been addressed, somewhat… Autodesk has increased the overall efficiency of the Event Viewer. The previous, poor performance of the event viewer database and its results dialog box had been impacting large numbers of functions in Civil 3D. The major issue was the more events in the viewer, the slower the process.
For example, one customer corridor that created a lot of targeting events took 90 seconds to rebuild immediately after opening the drawing. Making no changes and repeating the rebuild, the second rebuild took 150 seconds, followed by 210… Each rebuild added 60 seconds to the build time and this is due to the event viewer. With the fix all the corridor rebuilds in now take just under 1 minute. The progressive slowdown is resolved and the initial build is faster.
Corridor Modeling Updates
Property Set Data for Corridor Solids has been expanded and enhanced.
In order to further meet BIM mandates, these improvements include:
Added property set definitions to identify the relationship of the corridor solid to and the subassemblies.
Enhanced the corridor solid to that the handle of the solid won’t change if the number of corridor regions changes, even when the corridor solids are dynamically linked to the corridor.
Fixed an issue where property set values on existing corridor solids now update when the name or limits of the corridor region are modified.
API’s were added to allow users to track back to the applied subassemblies.
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