Revit Intermediate Architecture and Structure
Duration: 30 hours
Teaching Methodolody: Hands on
This course addresses architects way of thinking. It starts with sites, conceptual designs, families, and then proceeds to the development and detailing phases.
The Autodesk® Revit® software comes with an extensive library of walls, wall sweeps, doors, windows, slabs, roofs, stairs, handrails, etc. However, architects and draftsmen often need to create custom styles to meet the design needs. This course focuses on the detail aspects of the building elements as well as rendering tools.
Structure engineers will proceed to learn topics that are specific to them such as reinforcements, connections, analytics, loads, and automatic reinforcement generation.
Part 1 - Topics that are common to architects and structure engineers:
- Starting the Implementation Project
- Tracking Site Coverage and Developing Concepts
- Columns, Beams, and Foundations
- Slabs, Floors, Ramps, Ceilings, and Roofs
- Rooms and Areas
Part 2 - Topics Specifics to Structure Engineers and Draftsmen:
- Braces and Trusses
- The Analytical Model
- Applying Loads
- Linking with Robot or ETABS
- Using Autodesk Extensions
Architects, Structure Engineers, and draftsmen.
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