Introduction to Revit for Structural Engineers
Autodesk Revit is becoming the tool of choice in the building industry. This course will not only show you why, but will show you what you need to take advantage of this powerful software for yourself. Software required: Autodesk Revit (2017 preferred).
What you'll learn
Have you heard of Revit but never had the time or resources to learn how to use it? This course, Introduction to Revit for Structural Engineers, will bring you up to speed and help you to create better buildings. First, you will learn how to model simple structural elements and more real-life complex examples. Next, you will discover how to use Revit as a Building Information Modeling tool. Finally, you will learn about design options and you will learn to present clear, clean, crisp drawing sets that you can be proud of. When you're finished with this course, you'll not only have modeled a sports stadium, but you will also have the skills to model real-life projects in your office. Software required: Autodesk Revit (2017 preferred).
Table of contents
- Vertical Bracing View Options and Vertical Bracing Families 7m
- Completing the Vertical Bracing Family and Implementing It in the Project 6m
- Completing the Vertical Bracing 3m
- Setting up Section Views 3m
- Lines, Hatching, and Tags 7m
- Keynotes 7m
- Creating Detail Item Families 8m
- More Detail Items 3m
- Detail Items vs. Filled Regions and Implementing Keynotes 7m