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Course Summary

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    Revit is software for BIM. Its powerful tools let you use the intelligent model-based process to plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure. Revit supports a multidiscipline design process for collaborative design.

    Extend Revit work sharing to project teams in almost any location with this service, which lets multiple users co-author Revit models in the cloud. Increase communication, centralize efforts of distributed teams and let entire teams take part in the BIM process

Course Contents

  •  Autodesk Revit Architecture


    This training course is designed to train the participants with Autodesk Revit functionality as they would work with it throughout the design processes. Participants begin by learning about the user interface and basic drawing, editing, and viewing tools. They learn design development tools including how to model walls, doors, windows, floors, ceilings, stairs and more. Finally, they learn the processes that take the model to the construction documentation phase.

    Since, architecture projects are extremely complex, the Autodesk Revit software is also complex. The objective of the Autodesk Revit Architecture Fundamentals training course is to enable students to create full 3D architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. This training course focuses on basic tools that the majority of users need.

    Topics Covered:

    Understanding the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in the Autodesk Revit software.
    Navigating the Autodesk Revit workspace and interface.
    Working with the basic drawing and editing tools.
    Creating Levels and Grids as datum elements for the model.
    Creating a 3D building model with walls, curtain walls, windows and doors.
    Adding floors, ceilings and roofs to the building model.
    Creating component-based and custom stairs.
    Adding component features, such as furniture and equipment.
    Setting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags and schedules.
    Creating details.

    Course Outline:

    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

    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

    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
    3.5 Design Development Phase

    4: Modeling Walls
    4.1 Modeling complex Walls
    4.2 Modifying and altering Walls assemblies

    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

    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

    7: Working with Views
    7.1 Setting the View Display
    7.2 Duplicating Views with details
    7.3 Adding Callout Views
    7.4 Elevations and Sections

    8: Adding Components
    8.1 Adding Components
    8.2 Modifying Components

    9: Modeling Floors
    9.1 Modeling Floors
    9.2 Creating Shaft Openings
    9.3 Creating Sloped Floors

    10: Modeling Ceilings
    10.1 Modeling Ceilings
    10.2 Adding Ceiling Fixtures
    10.3 Creating Ceiling Soffits

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

    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
    12.6 Construction Documents Phase

    13: Creating Construction Documents
    13.1 Setting Up Sheets
    13.2 Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
    13.3 Printing Sheets

    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

    15: Adding Tags and Schedules
    15.1 Adding Tags
    15.2 Adding Rooms and Tags
    15.3 Working with Schedules

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

    Introduction to Work sets

    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

     

    Autodesk Revit Structure

    To take full advantage of Building Information Modeling, the Autodesk® Revit® Structure. Fundamentals training course has been designed to teach the concepts and principles from building design through construction documentation using the Autodesk® Revit® (R1) Structure software. This training course is intended to introduce students to the user interface and the basic building components of the software that makes it a powerful and flexible structural modeling tool. The goal is to familiarize you with the tools required to create, modify, analyze, and document the parametric model.


    Topics Covered
    Introduction to the Autodesk Revit software
    Basic drawing and editing tools
    Setting up levels and grids
    Working with views
    Starting a structural project based on a linked architectural model
    Adding structural columns and walls
    Adding foundations and structural slabs
    Structural reinforcement
    Beams, trusses, and framing systems
    Analytical models and placing loads
    Project practices to reinforce learning
    Construction documents
    Annotating construction documents
    Detailing
    Scheduling

    Course Outline:

    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

    2: Basic Sketching and Modify Tools
    2.1 Using General Sketching Tools
    2.2 Editing Elements
    2.3 Working with Basic Modify Tools
    2.4 Working with Additional Modify Tools

    3: Starting Structural Projects
    3.1 Linking and Importing CAD Files
    3.2 Linking in Revit Models
    3.3 Setting Up Levels
    3.4 Copying and Monitoring Elements
    3.5 Coordinating Linked Models
    4: Structural Grids and Columns
    4.1 Adding Structural Grids
    4.2 Placing Structural Columns

    5: Foundations
    5.1 Modeling Walls
    5.2 Adding Wall Footings
    5.3 Creating Piers and Pilasters
    5.4 Adding Isolated Footings

    6: Structural Framing
    6.1 Modeling Structural Framing
    6.2 Modifying Structural Framing
    6.3 Adding Trusses

    7: Working with Views
    7.1 Setting the View Display
    7.2 Duplicating Views
    7.3 Adding Callout Views
    7.4 Elevations and Sections

    8: Adding Structural Slabs
    8.1 Modeling Structural Slabs
    8.2 Creating Shaft Openings

    9: Structural Reinforcement
    9.1 Structural Reinforcement
    9.2 Adding Rebar
    9.3 Modifying Rebar
    9.4 Reinforcing Walls, Floors, and Slabs

    10: Structural Analysis
    10.1 Preparing Projects for Structural Analysis
    10.2 Viewing Analytical Models
    10.3 Adjusting Analytical Models
    10.4 Placing Loads

    11: Project - Concrete Structure
    11.1 Start a Structural Project
    11.2 Create Foundation Elements
    11.3 Frame a Concrete Structure

    12: Creating Construction Documents
    12.1 Setting Up Sheets
    12.2 Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
    12.3 Printing Sheets

    13: Annotating Construction Documents
    13.1 Working with Dimensions
    13.2 Working with Text
    13.3 Adding Tags
    13.4 Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
    13.5 Creating Legends

    14: Creating Details
    14.1 Setting Up Detail Views
    14.2 Adding Detail Components
    14.3 Annotating Details

    15: Scheduling
    15.1 Structural Schedules
    15.2 Graphical Column Schedules
    15.3 Working with Schedules

    Introduction to Work sets

    Additional Tools
    B.1 Reusing Selection Sets
    B.2 Placing Slanted Structural Columns
    B.3 Creating Slab Types
    B.4 Creating Rebar Types
    B.5 Editing Plan and Section Profiles
    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

     

    Autodesk Revit MEP

    The training course is intended to introduce participants to the software’s user interface and the basic HVAC, electrical, and piping/plumbing components that make the Autodesk Revit software a powerful and flexible engineering modeling tool. The training course will also familiarize students with the tools necessary to create, document, and print the parametric model. The examples and practices are designed to take the students through the basics of a full MEP project from linking in an architectural model to construction documents.

    Course Summary:

    Working with the Autodesk Revit software’s basic viewing, drawing, and editing commands.
    Inserting and connecting MEP components and using the System Browser.
    Working with linked architectural files.
    Creating spaces and zones so that you can analyze heating and cooling loads.
    Creating HVAC networks with air terminals, mechanical equipment, ducts, and pipes.
    Creating plumbing networks with plumbing fixtures and pipes.
    Creating electrical circuits with electrical equipment, devices and lighting fixtures and adding cable trays and conduits.
    Creating HVAC and plumbing systems with automatic duct and piping layouts.
    Testing duct, piping and electrical systems.
    Creating and annotating construction documents.
    Adding tags and creating schedules.
    Detailing in the Autodesk Revit software.

    Topics Covered:
    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

    2: Basic Drawing and Modify Tools
    2.1 Using General Drawing Tools
    2.2 Inserting Components
    2.3 Selecting and Editing Elements
    2.4 Working with Basic Modify Tools

    3: Basic Systems Tools
    3.1 Connecting Components
    3.2 Working with Additional Modify Tools
    3.3 Creating Systems – Overview

    4: Starting Systems Projects
    4.1 Linking in Revit Models
    4.2 Setting Up Levels
    4.3 Copying and Monitoring Elements
    4.4 Batch Copying Fixtures
    4.5 Coordinating Linked Models

    5: Working with Views
    5.1 Setting the View Display
    5.2 Duplicating Views
    5.3 Adding Callout Views
    5.4 Creating Elevations and Sections

    6: Spaces and Zones
    6.1 Preparing a Model for Spaces
    6.2 Adding Spaces

    6.3 Working with Spaces
    6.4 Creating Zones
    6.5 Creating Color Schemes

    7: Energy Analysis
    7.1 Preparing a Project for Energy Analysis
    7.2 Analyzing the Heating and Cooling Loads
    7.3 Exporting for Secondary Analysis

    8: HVAC Networks
    8.1 Adding Mechanical Equipment and Air Terminals
    8.2 Adding Ducts and Pipes
    8.3 Modifying Ducts and Pipes

    9: Plumbing Networks
    9.1 Adding Plumbing Fixtures and Equipment
    9.2 Adding Plumbing Pipes
    9.3 Modifying Plumbing Pipes
    9.4 Adding Fire Protection Networks

    10: Advanced Systems for HVAC and Plumbing
    10.1 Creating and Modifying Systems
    10.2 Creating Automatic Layouts
    10.3 Testing Systems

    11: Electrical Systems
    11.1 About Electrical Systems
    11.2 Placing Electrical Components
    11.3 Creating Electrical Circuits
    11.4 Setting up Panel Schedules
    11.5 Adding Cable Trays and Conduit
    11.6 Testing Electrical Layouts

    12: Creating Construction Documents
    12.1 Setting Up Sheets
    12.2 Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
    12.3 Printing Sheets

    13: Annotating Construction Documents
    13.1 Adding Dimensions
    13.2 Working With Text
    13.3 Drawing Detail Lines and Symbols
    13.4 Creating Legends

    14: Adding Tags and Schedules
    14.1 Adding Tags
    14.2 Working with Schedules

    15: Creating Details
    15.1 Setting Up Detail Views
    15.2 Adding Detail Components
    15.3 Annotating Details

    Introduction to Work sets

    Additional Tools
    1. Importing CAD Files
    2. Loading from Autodesk Seek
    3. Custom Piping
    4. Work with System Graphics
    5. Pressure Loss Reports
    6. Working with Guide Grids on Sheets
    7. Revision Tracking
    8. Annotating Dependent Views
    9. Importing and Exporting Schedules
    10. Creating Building Component Schedules

    Course Outcome

    • You will learn developing high quality, precise architectural designs; practice tools exclusively made to support (BIM) Building Information Modeling workflows.
    • You will learn to capture and analysing concepts and maintaining your design and construction documentation.
    • You will learn to build element energy analysis; use the API for pipe/duct calculations; conduct static analysis from the cloud; create/manage the structural analytical model; automatically update your model with analysis results, and improve BIM-based building performance workflows.
    • You will know how to scan Revit model for collisions between elements; work with multiple users and save their work to a central file; collaborate on shared models across a WAN; streamline data management, and work from remote locations using a local server.

     

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