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Revit Structure

Description

There is a Lot of Gap Between Theoretical Knowledge what we studied in the Colleges and the Practical Knowledge which is Happening in day to day Life. In this Practical Manual Structural designs(RCC) course you will Learn all the Fundamental concepts of Latest Structural Designs, how to start designing when you get a Plan from Architect till completion of the Project.

E-TAB will help the students to do the Structural assignments is a quick and better way.

Syllabus1

1. Introduction
2. Core concepts
3. Touring the Revit Workspace
4. Starting a Project in Revit
5. Levels, Grids, and Columns
6. Using walls

  • Basic wall
  • Exterior wall
  • Generic wall
  • Curtain wall
  • Exterior Glazing
  • Storefront
7. Doors and Windows
8. How to use components
9. Use of columns and their types
  • Structural column
  • Column architecture
  • Slanted column
  • Vertical column
10. Use of stairs and their types
  • Stair by Component
  • Straight
  • Full-step Spiral
  • Center-ends Spiral
  • L-shape winder
  • Stair by Sketch
11. Railing in Revit
  • Line
  • Center-ends Arc
  • Railing
  • Brick

Syllabus2

12. Ramps
13. How to use Opening Part

  • By face
  • Shaft
  • Wall
  • Vertical
  • Dormer
14. Floors
  • Floor Architectural
  • Floor by face
15. Roof
  • Roof by Foot print
  • Roof by extrusion
  • Roof by face
  • Roof: soffit
  • Roof: Fascia
  • Roof: Gutter
16. Room and Area
  • Room
  • Room Separator
  • Tag Room
  • Tag all not Tagged
  • Area
  • Area Boundary
  • Tag Area
  • Tag all not Tagged
17. Creating Views
18. Reflected ceiling plans
19. Text
20. Link
  • Link Revit
  • Link Cad
  • DWF Markup
  • Decal
  • Point Cloud
  • Mange link
21. How to use Keynote
  • Element Keynote
  • Material Keynote
  • User Keynote
22. 2D Detail
  • Detail Line
  • Region
  • Component
  • Revision Cloud
  • Detail Group
  • Insulation

Syllabus3

23. Massing site

  • Conceptual Mass
24. Model by face
  • Curtain System
  • Roof
  • Wall
  • Floor
25. Model Site
  • Topo surface
  • Site Component
  • Parking Component
  • Building Pad
26. Camera
27. Walk through
28. Solar Study in Revit
29. Creating Sections in Revit
30. Conceptual mass
31. Schedule/ Quantities
32. Families
  • Families basics
  • Creating a new family from template
  • Solid and void geometry
  • Adding blends etc
33. Annotating Construction

Job Opportunities

Designers Architects Engineers
Civil Engineers Drafters Architects
Contractors Building Managers Electrical Controls & System Designers
2D Artist Document Creators Game Developers
Graphic Designers 3D Animators Product Manufactures
Inventors Prototype Designers 3D Animators
Effects Specialist Game Designers Construction Managers
Structural Engineers Building Information Modelers Construction PMs
Interior Designer Construction Development Building Designer

Benefits

Revit Structure helps to improve multi-discipline coordination of structural design documentation, minimize errors, and enhance collaboration between structural engineers and extended project team members, such as architects, MEP engineers, and owners.

  • Integrates physical and analytical structural models
  • Features bidirectional associatively between models and views
  • Utilizes multi-material structural components
  • Facilitates the creation of structural details from 3D model views
  • Compatible with industry-standard formats, including DWG™, DXF™, DGN, IFC, and CIS/2
  • Interoperable with Autodesk Revit Architecture and Autodesk Revit MEP software
  • Enables linking to multiple structural analysis applications
  • Facilitates construction modeling, which helps to derive better construction insight from design models
  • • Supports the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process



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