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How to use FBX 2017 and Covadis 2017 for 3D modeling and analysis
FBX 2017 is a file format that allows you to exchange 3D models, animations, scenes, and media between different applications. Covadis 2017 is a software suite that provides tools for civil engineering, surveying, and geomatics. In this article, we will show you how to use FBX 2017 and Covadis 2017 together to create and analyze 3D models of roads, bridges, tunnels, and other infrastructure projects.
The first step is to install FBX 2017 and Covadis 2017 on your computer. You can download FBX 2017 from the Autodesk website[^3^] and Covadis 2017 from the Geomedia website (www.geomedia.fr). Make sure you have the latest versions of both software and that they are compatible with your operating system.
The next step is to import or create your 3D model in Covadis 2017. You can use the built-in tools to design your project from scratch or import existing data from CAD, GIS, or other sources. Covadis 2017 supports various formats such as DWG, DXF, DGN, SHP, MIF, TAB, etc. You can also use the COVADIS module to perform various calculations and simulations on your model, such as terrain analysis, earthworks, drainage, traffic flow, etc.
The final step is to export your 3D model from Covadis 2017 to FBX 2017. You can do this by selecting File > Export > FBX from the menu bar. You can choose the options for the export, such as the scale, the units, the coordinate system, the level of detail, etc. You can also select which elements of your model you want to export, such as surfaces, solids, meshes, curves, points, etc. Once you have exported your model to FBX 2017, you can open it in any application that supports FBX format, such as Autodesk Maya, Autodesk 3ds Max, Unity, Unreal Engine, etc. You can then edit, animate, render, or share your model as you wish.
FBX 2017 and Covadis 2017 are powerful tools that can help you create and analyze 3D models of complex infrastructure projects. By using them together, you can benefit from the advantages of both software and streamline your workflow.
In this section, we will show you some examples of how to use FBX 2017 and Covadis 2017 for different types of projects. We will use screenshots from Covadis 2017 and Autodesk Maya to illustrate the process.
Example 1: Road design and analysis
In this example, we will use Covadis 2017 to design and analyze a road project. We will create a horizontal and vertical alignment, a cross-section, and a profile of the road. We will also perform some calculations on the road, such as earthworks, drainage, and pavement design. Then we will export the road model to FBX 2017 and open it in Maya to add some details and textures.
The first step is to create a new project in Covadis 2017 and import some base data, such as a digital terrain model (DTM), a contour map, and some aerial photos. We can use the COVADIS module to create a horizontal alignment of the road by using the tools for creating curves, tangents, spirals, etc. We can also use the COVADIS module to create a vertical alignment of the road by using the tools for creating grades, parabolas, etc. We can then generate a cross-section and a profile of the road by using the tools for creating offsets, widths, slopes, etc.
The next step is to perform some calculations on the road model using the COVADIS module. We can use the tools for calculating earthworks volumes, cut and fill areas, mass haul diagrams, etc. We can also use the tools for calculating drainage elements, such as culverts, ditches, pipes, etc. We can also use the tools for calculating pavement design parameters, such as layer thicknesses, materials, stresses, etc.
The final step is to export the road model from Covadis 2017 to FBX 2017 by selecting File > Export > FBX from the menu bar. We can then open the FBX file in Maya and add some details and textures to the road model. We can use the tools in Maya to create materials, shaders, lights, cameras, etc. We can also use