Mastering Autodesk® Revit Architecture

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Mastering Autodesk® Revit® Architecture

Design without compromise.

From conception to construction documentation, design projects within an intuitive environment.

Autodesk® Revit® Architecture building design software works the way architects and designers think, so you can develop higher-quality, more accurate architectural designs. Built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), Autodesk Revit Architecture helps you capture and analyze concepts and maintain your vision through design, documentation, and construction. Make more informed decisions with information-rich models to support

sustainable design, construction planning, and fabrication. Automatic updates keep your designs and documentation coordinated and more reliable.

 

  • Duration: 40 Hours
  • Prerequisites: windows knowledge
  • Objective: This Track is designed for the candidates who interested to master all the skills for using Autodesk Revit Architecture professionally The Track starts from Autodesk Revit fundamentals course and covers all the features of Autodesk Revit Architecture Includes, creating, Designing, Developing, Inauguration and special advanced features in one track. followed by practical applications, covers the most usage tracks of Autodesk Revit Architecture
Fundamentals & Beyond

Introduction

What do you know and what do you need

Getting Started

The Revit Benefit, Modifying the View, Common Tasks, System Options, File Locations,
Spelling Options, Settings

Start a Project

Revit Options, Starting a Project, Getting Comfortable with the Revit Environment, Project Location and
Orientation, Keyboard Shortcuts, Levels and Grids

Project Views

Zooming, Steering Wheels

Modeling & Creative Concept

Editable poly, Mesh, Shapes, NURBS, Character modeling, Architectural modeling, Reactor Cloth, Landscape, Making a 3D logo with Adobe Illustrator files, Creating compound objects & Advanced Modifiers. 18

Building The Model

Walls, Doors, Windows, Components, Architectural Columns, Roofs, Ceilings, Floors, Openings,
Model Text, Model Lines, Compound Structure, Sloped Surfaces

Circulation

Stairs, Ramps, Railings

Wall Panels in Curtain Walls

Changing Curtain Wall Panel Type, Reshaping Curtain Wall Panels, Joining Curtain Wall Panels
Placing Mullions , Angle and Position of a Mullion , Controlling Mullion Joins, Curtain Element
Properties, Curtain Wall Properties , Common Mullion Type Properties

Rooms and Areas Overview

Rooms, Area Plans, Area Types

The Basics of Families

Understanding families, Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints, Adding solid geometry,
Adding void geometry, Completing the family

Links, Imports, and Groups

Working with DWG files, Creating topography from a DWG link, Understanding CAD inserts,
Using import tips, Creating a group, Working with Revit links, Managing links,
Understanding file formats

Project Settings

Object Styles, Line Styles, Line Weights, Line Patterns, Halftone/Underlay,
Structural Settings, Structural Settings Dialog, Snaps, Detail Level, Colors

Site

Model Site, Modify Site

Massing

Introduction, Extrusion Mass, Work Plane, Void, Conceptual Mass, Blend Mass, Edit Mass Profiles,
Reference Line, Free Form Surface, Revolve Mass, Swept Blend Mass, Dissolve Mass, Spline Through
Points, Divide Surface, Surface Patterns, Adaptive Elements, Curtain Panel by, Pattern (part 1),
Mass Floors, Floor Area and Volume Calculations, Place Floor, Wall, Curtain System and Roof by Face

Schedules

Key Schedules, Creating a Key Schedule , Applying a Key to an Element , Applying the
Key to a Component Schedule , Material Takeoff Schedules , Creating a Material Takeoff Schedule,
Saving Schedule Views to an External Project

Annotating

Dimensions, Keynotes, Tags, Symbols, Adding legend views, Creating a detail callout,
Adding filled and masking regions, Using detail components

Preparing Construction Documents

Sheets, Sheet Properties

Presenting a Project

Solar Studies, Light, Material, Creating & Recording Walkthroughs, Rendering