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Revit structure: Essentials.

The ultimate guide.
Instructor:
Mohamed Hesham
3,408 students enrolled
Important definitions and information.
Revit user-interface.
Navigation.
Selection options.
How to link a Revit model.
Several insert options.
Creating levels and grids.
Copy/monitor concept.
Creating structural columns.
Creating structural walls.
Creating structural framing.
Creating structural beam systems.
Creating structural slabs.
Creating foundations.
Creating vertical and horizontal bracing.
Creating trusses.
Creating ramps and stairs.
Creating structural connections.
Modeling in-place.
Openings creation.
Creating different view types.
Creating sheets.
Creating schedules and quantities.
Creating annotations.
Using modification tools.
Understanding view range concept.
Creating filters.
Modeling reinforcement.
Managing Revit models.
Exporting DWG files.
Exporting schedules.
Printing.

In this course, you will learn important related definitions, understand the user-interface, learn how to create different structural elements such as foundations, structural columns, structural walls, beams, beam systems, structural slabs, trusses, bracing, ramps, stairs and structural connections. And you will learn how to use different functions like how to annotate, tag and how to detail your model, along with creating and printing sheets. Other topics will be discussed in the course like creating several types of schedules, how to import CAD files, how to link Revit files and how to model the reinforcement along with many modification tools and functions which help you in the modeling journey. Finally, there is a quick quiz to refresh your knowledge. This course is here to be dangerous in Revit structure.

This course also includes a user’s guide for Revit structure 2011 (lastest copy) PDF file created by Autodesk Inc.

Introduction.

1
Introduction.

Important information and definitions.

1
What is BIM?
2
Revit role in BIM.
3
Revit element hierarchy.
4
Revit family types.

Revit user-interface.

1
Revit startup window.
2
Revit file types.
3
Revit options.
4
Creating new project.
5
Project browser palette.
6
Properties palette.
7
User interface options.
8
Keyboard shortcuts.
9
Windows options.
10
Quick access toolbar.
11
View control bar.
12
Visibility graphics.
13
Navigation.
14
Status bar.

Revit selection.

1
Selection options.
2
Filter selection.
3
Selection sets.

Course core.

1
Project information.
2
Link Revit model.
3
Insert tab.
4
Manage links.
5
Creating levels.
6
Creating grids.
7
Copy - Monitor.
8
Dimensions.
9
Temporary and permanent dimensions.
10
Spot annotations.
11
Creating structural columns.
12
Creating slanted structural columns.
13
Structural column properties.
14
New structural column families & types.
15
Creating structural wall.
16
New structural wall type.
17
Editing structural walls profile.
18
Creating structural framing (Beams) - Part 1.
19
Creating structural framing (Beams) - Part 2.
20
Creating structural Beam system - Part 1.
21
Creating structural Beam system - Part 2.
22
Creating structural floors.
23
Creating slab edge.
24
Creating Isolated footings.
25
Creating Structural wall foundations.
26
Creating Structural foundation slabs.
27
Creating structural foundation slab edges.
28
Creating elevation views.
29
Creating vertical and horizontal bracing.
30
Creating structural connections.
31
Creating trusses.
32
Modify tab - Part 1.
33
Modify tab - Part 2
34
Modify tab - Part 3.
35
Modify tab - Part 4.
36
Creating filters.
37
Customize snap settings.
38
Creating ramps.
39
Creating stairs.
40
Placing a component.

Model in-place and openings creation.

1
Model in-place - Sweep.
2
Model in-place - Extrusion.
3
Model in-place - Blend.
4
Model in-place - Revolve.
5
Model in-place - Swept blend.
6
Model in-place - Void forms.
7
Creating openings.

Revit views - Part 1.

1
View templates.
2
3D views.
3
Creating plan views.

Revit Annotations.

1
Detail lines vs Model lines.
2
Text notes vs Model texts.
3
Visibility commands.
4
Regions and insulation.
5
Creating tags.
6
Beam annotations.
7
Creating symbols.

Revit sheets.

1
Creating sheets.
2
Guide grid.
3
Sheet issues and revisions.
4
Duplication of views.
5
Scope boxes.
6
Matchlines and view references.

View range.

1
View range concept.
2
Application on view range.

Revit views - Part 2.

1
Creating plan region.
2
Creating section views.
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