- Slope analysis
- 3D flowlines
- Thickness maps
- Contaminant modeling
- Cross sections and profiling
- Faulted geology
- Mine planning
- Petroleum engineering/geology
- Site visualization/animation
- Civil engineering – Road design
A fast, powerful, general-purpose surface modeling system running inside of AutoCAD. QuickSurf converts surface mapping data into contours, grids, triangulated irregular networks (TINs), and triangulated grids.
Examples of using QuickSurf
QuickSurf is a fast, powerful general purpose surface modeling system running inside of AutoCAD 2000 – 2014. Thousands of people use QuickSurf daily for generation and annotation of contour maps, profiles, sections and volumetric computation. QuickSurf converts surface mapping data such as point or break line data into contours, grids, triangulated irregular networks (TIN), and triangulated grids. A suite of sophisticated tools allows you to manipulate modeled surfaces into high quality finished maps and perform a variety of engineering computations.
QuickSurf meets the needs of a broad range of professional disciplines such as civil, environmental, petroleum and mining engineering, geologic mapping and exploration, surveying, photogrammetry and topographic mapping, landscape architecture, oceanography and surface visualization.