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Autodesk Revit Architecture Fundamentals

Course Overview

The Autodesk Revit programming is an intense Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way engineers think. The program streamlines the plan procedure using a focal 3D show, where changes made in one view refresh over all perspectives and on the printable sheets.

This instructional class is intended to show you the Autodesk Revit usefulness as you would work with it all through the plan procedure. You start by finding out about the UI and essential illustration, altering, and survey apparatuses. At that point you learn outline advancement instruments including how to display dividers, entryways, windows, floors, roofs, stairs and that's only the tip of the iceberg. At last, you take in the procedures that take the model to the development documentation stage.

Since building ventures are to a great degree complex, the Autodesk Revit programming is additionally intricate. The goal of this Autodesk Revit instructional class is to empower understudies to make full 3D building venture models and set them up in working illustrations. This instructional class centers around essential apparatuses that the larger part of clients require.

The subjects in this Autodesk Revit Architecture instructional class incorporate the accompanying:

  • Understanding the motivation behind Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is connected in the Autodesk Revit programming.
  • Exploring the Autodesk Revit workspace and interface.
  • Working with the essential illustration and altering apparatuses.
  • Making Levels and Grids as datum components for the model.
  • Making a 3D building model with dividers, blind dividers, windows, and entryways.
  • Including floors, roofs, and rooftops to the building model.
  • Making segment based and custom stairs.
  • Including segment highlights, for example, furniture and hardware.
  • Setting up sheets for plotting with content, measurements, subtle elements, labels, and timetables.
  • Making points of interest.

Autodesk Revit Architecture Fundamentals

Course Outline

Chapter 1: Introduction to BIM and Autodesk Revit

  • 1.1 BIM and Autodesk Revit
  • 1.2 Overview of the Interface
  • 1.3 Starting Projects
  • 1.4 Viewing Commands

Chapter 2: Basic Drawing and Modify Tools

  • 2.1 Using General Drawing Tools
  • 2.2 Editing Elements
  • 2.3 Working with Basic Modify Tools
  • 2.4 Working with Additional Modify Tools

Chapter 3: Setting Up Levels and Grids

  • 3.1 Setting Up Levels
  • 3.2 Creating Structural Grids
  • 3.3 Adding Columns
  • 3.4 Linking and Importing CAD Files
  • Design Development Phase

Chapter 4: Modeling Walls

  • 4.1 Modeling Walls
  • 4.2 Modifying Walls

Chapter 5: Working with Doors and Windows

  • 5.1 Inserting Doors and Windows
  • 5.2 Loading Door and Window Types from the Library
  • 5.3 Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes

Chapter 6: Working with Curtain Walls

  • 6.1 Creating Curtain Walls
  • 6.2 Adding Curtain Grids
  • 6.3 Working with Curtain Wall Panels
  • 6.4 Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids

Chapter 7: Working with Views

  • 7.1 Setting the View Display
  • 7.2 Duplicating Views
  • 7.3 Adding Callout Views
  • 7.4 Elevations and Sections

Chapter 8: Adding Components

  • 8.1 Adding Components
  • 8.2 Modifying Components

Chapter 9: Modeling Floors

  • 9.1 Modeling Floors
  • 9.2 Creating Shaft Openings
  • 9.3 Creating Sloped Floors

Chapter 10: Modeling Ceilings

  • 10.1 Modeling Ceilings
  • 10.2 Adding Ceiling Fixtures
  • 10.3 Creating Ceiling Soffits

Chapter 11: Modeling Roofs

  • 11.1 Modeling Roofs
  • 11.2 Creating Roofs by Footprint
  • 11.3 Establishing Work Planes
  • 11.4 Creating Roofs by Extrusion

Chapter 12: Modeling Stairs, Railings, and Ramps

  • 12.1 Creating Component Stairs
  • 12.2 Modifying Component Stairs
  • 12.3 Working with Railings
  • 12.4 Sketching Custom Stairs
  • 12.5 Creating Ramps
  • Construction Documents Phase

Chapter 13: Creating Construction Documents

  • 13.1 Setting Up Sheets
  • 13.2 Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
  • 13.3 Printing Sheets

Chapter 14: Annotating Construction Documents

  • 14.1 Working with Dimensions
  • 14.2 Working With Text
  • 14.3 Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
  • 14.4 Creating Legends

Chapter 15: Adding Tags and Schedules

  • 15.1 Adding Tags
  • 15.2 Adding Rooms and Tags
  • 15.3 Working with Schedules

Chapter 16: Creating Details

  • 16.1 Setting Up Detail Views
  • 16.2 Adding Detail Components
  • 16.3 Annotating Details
  • 16.4 Keynoting and Keynote Legends

Appendix A: Introduction to Worksets

  • A.1 Introduction to Worksets

Appendix B: Additional Tools

  • B.1 Reusing Selection Sets
  • B.2 Wall Sweeps and Reveals
  • B.3 Creating Curtain Wall Types with Automatic Grids
  • B.4 Enhancing Views
  • B.5 Creating Dormers
  • B.6 Working with Guide Grids on Sheets
  • B.7 Revision Tracking
  • B.8 Annotating Dependent Views
  • B.9 Importing and Exporting Schedules
  • B.10 Creating Building Component Schedules
  • B.11 Creating a Repeating Detail

Prerequisites for this Autodesk Revit Architecture instructional class:

A comprehension of Architectural wording is a benefit.