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Welcome to the Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Certified User Skills. This document was designed to help educators and educational institutions teach Revit. Autodesk Revit Architecture Basics. From the Ground Up. ®. ®. ELISE MOSS. Autodesk Certified Instructor. SDC. PUBLICATIONS www. SDCpublications. Autodesk®. Revit®. MEP. Performance by design. and architecture teams. Building Systems Autodesk® Revit® MEP software helps mechanical, electrical.
So that's all the theory out of the way. How does all this go together in practice?
We take a look at a typical Project Workflow 9. So you've fully grasped the basics of Revit! Let's take a look at what there is still left to learn If you have any questions regarding this product, please email info bimscape. Excellent content and ease of following. My only slight gripe though not in particular towards content or writer is that I use Revit LT and some of the courses mention commands not available in this version.
Adding points to floors etc to grade a floor to a drain.
However, i still found this book extremely helpful with the basics and some advanced issues. My only slight gripe though not in particular towards content or writer is that I use Revit LT and some of the courses mention commands not available in this version.
Adding points to floors etc to grade a floor to a drain. However, i still found this book extremely helpful with the basics and some advanced issues.
Thank you. Your point about the LT differences is very valid. I started to look at the course on you tube and found it to be very informative however as a casual user of revit in support of BIM my memory needs constant refreshing.
The ebook and the course has proved invaluable in providing a source for keeping things fresh and uptodate. Thanks for all your work.
The youtube videos along with the pdf ebook provide a well-rounded foundation for the novice Revit user such as myself, which I really appreciate. In the Ribbon, on the View tab, click to activate thin lines so that element lines maintain their true thickness in the zoomed view. Note that this button is also present in the Quick Access Toolbar. In the Ribbon, verify that Tag on Placement is cleared. Use the space bar to change the orientation of the window which side is outside.
Click Modify Dimension created for our windows Reposition the windows to be equidistant from each other: In the Ribbon, Modify tab, click Aligned Dimension. In the Options Bar, in the pull verify that Wall centerline is selected. For Pick, verify that Individual References is selected. Select the center line of the north wall, then select each of the window centerlines, and finally select the horizontal interior wall.
Click to the left of the west wall to place the dimension line. Note that each of the four dimensions is different.
The windows are aligned to create equidistant dimensions Click , and then press ESC twice. The windows are moved so that all of the dimensions are equal.
Select the interior wall that contains the doors; move it up or down to see how the design intent is maintained. Select the top wall, move it up mm, and see how the walls resize and the windows redistribute equally within the wall. In the warning dialog, click OK to delete the line but maintain the constraints.
Zoom as desired, and open various plan, elevation, and 3D views to display the model results thus far. Adding a Curtain Wall Loading the player In this exercise, you change existing exterior walls to curtain walls. You then create a curtain wall type that you can apply to other walls using the Match Type tool.
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Create a curtain wall at the northeast corner of the building: Zoom to the east wall. In the Ribbon Modify tab , click Split Element , and split the east wall just above the door. Click Modify. While pressing CTRL, select the upper portion of the east wall and the adjacent portion of the north wall.
If a warning displays, click to close it. New Curtain Wall Type Properties Create a curtain wall type: Select the north curtain wall at an end so the whole curtain wall is selected. Under Horizontal Grid Pattern, for Spacing, enter mm. Our project now has a curtain wall! Select the north curtain wall, and then select the east curtain wall.
The new spacing is applied to both curtain walls. Attaching Walls to the Roof In this exercise, you attach interior and exterior walls to the roof. When you attach the curtain walls, Revit Architecture warns you of consequences and modifies the placement of mullions. The basic walls are now connected to the roof Attach the basic walls: While pressing CTRL, select all the interior walls and exterior walls, except the curtain walls.
In the drawing area, select the roof. Click in the drawing area, or click Modify in the Ribbon to end the command. In the error dialog about curtain wall mullions, click Delete Elements.
Open the East elevation view, and attach the east curtain wall to the roof. Click Shadows On.
All walls extend up to the roof. Modifying the Entry Deck In this exercise, you modify the floor profile on the entry level to include a deck on the north side of the model. Open the 02 Entry Level floor plan.
Edit the profile of the floor: Select the floor. On the Options Bar, clear Chain.
On the north side of the model, click on the north wall in line with the right vertical model line, move the cursor up mm, and click to place the endpoint of the line.
On the Options Bar, select Chain. Trace the mm north wall from the left endpoint to the double door, and then down to the model line. In the Ribbon, click Split element , and split the north model line at both sides of the door opening. In the Ribbon, click Line, and complete the profile to the right of the door, as shown. First outlines of the Entry Deck Draw a line beginning at the left endpoint of the north wall and extending up mm. Draw a line beginning at the upper endpoint of the previous line and extending to the upper endpoint of the mm vertical line drawn previously.
In the alert dialog, click No as we don't want the walls below to attach to this floor. Draw a wall from left to right on the slanted floor line, as shown. Select the wall. In the drawing area, select the floor, and in the Ribbon, click Edit Boundary. Select the short vertical line above the west wall, and drag it to the right, so the result is as shown in the image below: Click In the alert dialog, click No.
Adding a Sloped Floor In this exercise, you add a sloped floor to the entry deck to create a ramp up to the entry door. Beginning at the left endpoint of the mm north wall and moving counterclockwise, sketch the floor to complete the deck previously drawn, as shown.
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Select the midpoint of the west model line, and then select the east model line. Select the slope arrow. Click In the alert dialog, click No. Our sloped floor in North Elevation Open the North elevation view. The sloped floor begins at the lower level and extends to the entry level.
If the sloped floor does not meet the slope of the terrain, edit the floor sketch, and change the Height Offset at Tail property of the slope arrow.
Note that you must go to the 02 Entry Level Plan View to be able to change the slope of the floor. The boundary of a floor can not be changed in Elevation view as its boundary is perpendicular to the view in elevations, making it impossible to see the boundary properly.
To change the slope of floor this is a unfortunate restriction, but you must go into Edit Boundary mode to be able to change the slope arrow. Adding Stairs and Railings Loading the playerThis Module focuses on the tools required in order to do so. Move the cursor down, and click on the south wall centerline to complete wall 1.
To be valid, the sketch must be a closed loop with no disconnected or crossing lines. Website, csiamerica. Mohammed Sayeeduddin.