Autodesk Revit Structure 2016

$299.00 (USD)

Autodesk Revit Structure 2016 course is designed to give you a solid understanding of Revit Structure’s features and capabilities, from basics to advanced.

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Autodesk Revit Structure 2016: The Complete Guide

Revit Structure 2016 Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Revit Structure 2016 features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced and complex 3D modeling components. Every course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical Let Me Try examples.

This course emphasizes on physical modeling, analytical modeling, rebar modeling, and quantity scheduling. Also, the course covers the various stages involved in analyzing the model in Robot Structural Analysis software. This course is specially meant for professionals and students in structural engineering, civil engineering, and allied fields in the building industry.

Course Outline

  1. Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure
    • Basic Concepts and Principles
    • The Revit Structure User Interface
    • Building Information Modeling and Revit Structure, Getting Help
  2. Getting Started with a Structural Project
    • Starting a New Structural Project
    • Snaps Tool, Opening, Saving and Closing a Project
    • Options Dialog Box
  3. Setting up a Structural Project
    • Creating Project Templates
    • Using Levels
    • Using Grids
    • Working with Reference Planes
  4. Structural Columns and Walls
    • Structural Columns
    • Structural Walls
  5. Foundations, Beams, Floors, and Open Web Joists
    • Understanding Foundations
    • Adding Foundations
    • Structural Floors
    • Beams and Open Web Joists
  6. Editing Tools
    • Creating Selection Sets
    • Moving and Copying
    • Rotating, Mirroring and Arraying
    • + Additional Editing Tools, Creating Groups
  7. Documenting Models and Creating Families
    • Dimensioning
    • Adding Text and Tags
    • Creating Families
  8. Standard Views, Details, and Schedules
    • Standard Views
    • Callout Views
    • Drafting Details
    • Graphical Column Schedules
  9. 3D Views, Sheets, Analysis, Reinforcements, and Massing
    • 3D Views, Generating Shadows and Solar Studies
    • Working with Sheets
    • Understanding the Analytical Model
    • Working with Analytical Models
    • Adding Reinforcements, Linking Building Models
    • Introducing Massing
    • Editing Massing Geometry
    • Creating Building Elements from Massing Geometry
  10. Linking Revit Models with Robot Structural Analysis
    • Linking Revit Models with Robot Structural Analysis

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