Revit is a design and documentation platform that supports the design, drawings, and schedules required for building information modeling (BIM), and allows for coordination among all team members.
By the end of this course, you'll be able to:
Know about Revit and BIM technology. Starting the software and recognize user interface. Control the saving reminder, assign default view discipline, apply color theme, customize the keyboard shortcuts, control the working of double-click mouse, and place the location of ready-made templates and library files. The safe and easy way to open the standalone file. Assign a starting view. Recognize project user interface.
Making relations between elements using Constraints. The difference between type properties and instance properties. Ways to select the various kinds of elements in a project. The function of TAB key. Create, save and modify a selection. How to control size of the element graphically.
Know about Basic Creation & Editing Tools. Creating a Revit project upon coordination type, the unit, and Discipline.
Adding project information. Linking a Revit model to a host model. The new addition in Revit 2017, Project base point option. Copy and Monitor levels to track any changes in model. Creating floor and ceiling plan views Creating new views using 3 types of duplicating options. Arranging files in project browser.
Talking about Families in Revit: The Different Kinds of Families. Working with Families in Revit project. Using the Family Editor to create and edit your own family. Shared Components in a Project and how we can scheduling them easily
Create a mass for a conceptual design, then create a mass floor at each level defined in the project. Create an energy model, based on the Revit architectural model. Place rooms in the building model. Specify conceptual types for energy analysis. Specify the project location. Export the model with analytical volumes to a gbXML file. Place spaces in the areas of the building. Use the zone tool to define spaces that can be controlled by environmental control systems, such as heating, cooling, and humidity control systems. Select a service type from more than 20 options. Use the Building/Space Type Settings dialog to specify default building type settings, including operational hours. Specify material thermal properties of building elements for energy analysis. Generate the energy analysis. Send the energy model to the cloud for simulation and analysis. Perform a Heating and Cooling Loads Analysis and recognize the heating and cooling loads report.
Using the Mechanical Settings dialog to configure component sizes, and the behavior of the mechanical systems. Install the BIMobject® App for Revit toolbar, to download all families you need in a project. Place mechanical equipment and air terminals for a duct system in a project. The different kinds of air systems and how can we create them. Specify configuration of the duct. The different between duct placeholder and duct tools, and how to use both. Create view templates and how can we apply them. Create callout views. Recognize the duct placement tools. How can we draw ductwork manual and using the generate layout. Specify rise or/ drop symbols used for a duct system. Place duct accessories. The different kinds of hydronic systems and how can we create them. Routing the piping using the Pipe commands in Plumbing & Piping panel, or by using connector on mechanical equipment.
Using the Mechanical Settings dialog to define default parameters that are applied separately to the systems and piping. Preparing the views to represent a plumbing discipline. Copy and Monitor plumbing fixtures. Create size catalogs according to an applications you working on. Adding Room tags which can be displayed values for related parameters, such as room number, room name, computed area, and volume. Create and apply a color scheme to levels. Placing Plumbing fixtures using the 3 options: placed on a vertical face, face, and work plane. How it's easy to fix an elevation component issue, by Creating a Reference Plane. Enter the flow pressure and minimum sizes of fixture water supply pipes, to estimate the flow rate. Check plumbing fixture's elevations as the Code mentioned. Create Domestic and Sanitary Systems. Deal with pipe accessories. The way to change the layout, the material, or even the elements type in a plumbing project. Ways to speed up modeling your Plumbing design. How to slop your pipes using Offset Connections and Slopped Piping tools. Rout the (domestic & Sanitary) pipes. Inserting a data using Keynote tool.
A new chapter about how to deal with Sprinklers, place sprinklers, create a Fire Protection System, create a specific pipe for the fire protection system, Sprinklers Pipe Layouts, draw a supply riser.
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