Autodesk Revit Architecture 2017

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Autodesk Revit Architecture 2017 Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Revit Architecture features and capabilities.

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Autodesk Revit Architecture 2017: The Complete Guide

Revit Architecture 2017: The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Revit Architecture 2017 features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced components.   You'll follow a workflow-based approach that mirrors the development of projects in the real world, learning this powerful, sophisticated building information modeling (BIM) software that has transformed the architectural design industry. It is the perfect introduction to the powerful software for architects, designers, and students.

Course Outline

  1. Introduction to Autodesk Revit Architecture 2017
    • User Interface Tour
    • Browsers, Bars, Palettes and Windows
    • Revit Architecture 2017 Help
  2. Starting an Architectural Project
    • Starting a New Architectural Project
    • Navigation Tools
    • Configuring Global Settings
  3. Creating Walls
    • Creating Architectural Walls
    • Creating Architectural Walls II
  4. Using Basic Building Components-I
    • Adding Doors
    • Adding Window and Wall Openings
  5. Using the Editing Tools
    • Working with Selection Sets
    • Editing Tools
    • Editing Tools II
    • Grouping Elements
    • Retrieving Information about Elements
  6. Working with Datum Planes and Creating Standard Views
    • Working with Levels
    • Working Grids
    • Working with Reference Planes and Work Planes
    • Controlling the Display of Elements
    • Working with Project Views
  7. Using Basic Building Components-II
    • Creating Floors
    • Creating Roofs
    • Shape Editing Tools
    • Creating Ceilings
    • Adding Rooms
  8. Using Basic Building Components-III
    • Working with Components
    • Adding Stairs
    • Adding Railings and Ramps
    • Creating Curtain Walls
  9. Adding Site Features
    • Working with Site Features
    • Property Lines and Building Pads
    • Adding Site Components
  10. Using Massing Tools
    • Understanding Massing Concepts
    • Creating Massing Geometry in the Family Editor
    • Editing Massing Geometry in the Family Editor
    • Massing in the Conceptual Design Environment
    • Creating Massing Geometry in a Project
    • Creating Building Elements from Massing Geometry
    • Creating Families
  11. Adding Annotations and Dimensions
    • Adding Tags
    • Room Tags
    • Keynotes
    • Adding Symbols and Dimensions
    • Dimensioning Terminology and Dimensioning Tools
    • Adding Alternate Dimension Units and Spot Dimensions
  12. Creating Project Details and Schedules
    • Project Detailing in Autodesk Revit Architecture
    • Crop Regions, Fill Patterns, and Detail Components
    • Adding Text Notes
    • Creating Drafting Views
    • Revision Clouds
    • Working with Schedules
  13. Creating Drawing Sheets and Plotting
    • Creating Drawing Sheets
    • Creating Duplicate Dependent Views
    • Printing in Revit Architecture
  14. Creating 3D Views
    • Three Dimensional (3D Views)
    • Dynamically Viewing Models with Navigation Tools
    • Orienting a 3D View
    • Generating Perspective Views
    • Using a Section Box
  15. Rendering Views and Creating Walkthroughs
    • Rendering in Revit Architecture
    • Working with Materials
    • Lights, Decals, and Entourage
    • Rendering Settings
    • Creating a Walkthrough
    • Autodesk 360 | Rendering
  16. Using Advanced Features
    • Creating Structural Components
    • Generating Multiple Design Options
    • Using Area Analysis Tools
    • Masking Regions
    • Creating Displaced Views
    • Color Schemes
    • Working With Project Phasing Tools
  17. Using Advanced Features II
    • Workingsharing Concepts
    • Elements Families, Browsers, Generating Shadows
    • Creating Solar Studies
    • Working with Point Clouds
    • Revit Architecture Interoperability
    • Linking Building Models and Sharing Coordinates
    • Working with Linked Models

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