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Revit Architecture is design for Architects, Civil Engineers, Draftsmen and Interior Designers to design and document a building by creating a parametric three dimensional model that includes both geometry and non-geometry design and construction information which is also known as building information modeling (BIM). – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Revit Architecture Training in hyderabad

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  • Revit Architecture is design for
    Architects, Civil Engineers, Draftsmen and
    Interior Designers to design and document a
    building by creating a parametric three
    dimensional model that includes both geometry and
    non-geometry design and construction information
    which is also known as building information
    modeling (BIM).
  • The Fundamental benefits of BIM
  • Preview the Future Home in 3D BIM Modeling
  • Revit Parametric modeling is a significant tool
    for conceptual design. With Revit software,
    Architectural designers can quickly sketch a
    rough layout of the floor plan, or make changes
    to the standard set of building designs and
    instantly let their customers preview their
    future homes. 3D design views give designers to
    try out different design ideas and guide their
    design decisions at early stage.

Quick Changes to Design, No Repetitive
Tasks During the design phase, the building
structure and floor plans needed to be modified
frequently. With Revit BIM software, architecture
designing and drafting becomes very fast and
accurate. In Revit architecture model, all
building components such as plans, sections, and
elevations are intelligently connected to each
another. Whenever a change is made to the model,
the software automatically updates every related
component, affecting the whole building
model. High Quality Construction Documents 3D
modeling capacity of Revit architecture enables
designers and drafters to easily identify the
clashes and areas of congestion, and resolve them
early in the process. It results in error-free
and high quality construction documentations. Accu
rate Estimation of Quantities and Cost One of
the most important advantages of building
information modeling software is the automatic
generation of bill of quantities (BOQ). BIM
modeling software like Revit produces accurate
material quantity takeouts as a by-product, with
less-efforts. This advantage helps the
contractors and owners to determine if the
project adheres to budgets. Improved Coordination
BIM drafting software Revit unifies design,
drafting, construction and facility management
processes in single environment, allowing all
stakeholders to remain updated and aware of their
responsibilities, and thus improving overall
coordination. A total understanding by everyone
on the projects of whats happening removes the
design conflicts and risks. High Level of
Flexibility Unlike AutoCAD, Revit allows all
projects data to be stored in single project
file. It allows multiple users to work on the
same project file and merge their changes with
every save. Besides, Revit exports and imports
DWG, DXF, DGN, PDF, JPEG files. The list of BIM
advantages continues. It is proved that BIM
approach is significantly more efficient that
the traditional drafting- based approach. A
significant numbers of architecture design and
drafting company are realizing the implementation
of BIM software.
Introduction Core Concepts Introducing building
information modelling (BIM) Working in one model
with many views Understanding Revit element
hierarchy Getting Comfortable with the Revit
Environment Understanding the different versions
of Revit Exploring the application menu Exploring
the application menu Understanding context
ribbons Using the Properties palette Navigating
views Zooming, panning The basics of selecting
and modifying Starting a Project Creating a new
project from a template Accessing a multi-user
project with work sharing Configuring project
settings Adding levels Adding levels Refining a
layout with temporary dimensions Adding
columns Adding walls Using snap Modeling
Basics Exploring wall properties and
types Locating walls Using the modify
tools Adding doors and windows Using
constraints Adding plumbing fixtures and other
Links, Imports, and Groups Linking AutoCAD DWG
files Creating topography from a DWG
link Understanding CAD inserts Creating a
group Creating Revit links Rotating and aligning
a Revit Managing links Adding walls Using
snaps Sketch-Based Modeling Components Working
with floors Working with footprint roofs Working
with extrusion roofs Attaching walls to
roofs Attaching walls to roofs Adding
openings Working with stairs Adding railings to
stairs Adding railings to stairs Visibility and
Graphic Controls Working with visibility and
graphic overrides Using view templates Hiding and
isolating objects in a model Understanding view
range Schedules and Tags Understanding
tags Adding schedule views Modifying schedule
views Creating a key schedule
Annotation and Details Adding text Adding
dimensions Adding symbols Adding legend
views Creating a detail callout Using arrays to
duplicate objects parametrically Adding filled
and masking regions Basic Editing Tools Basic
Editing Tools Using Filter Use Of The TAB
Key Moving And Copying Copy And Paste Copy And
Paste Mirror Linear Arrays Radial Arrays Extend
And Trim The Align tool Offset Re-Hosting
Elements Views Controlling Visibility Initial
Plan Views View Duplication Elevations Sections Cr
eating Callouts Ceiling Plans Section Box Scope
Spaces And Zones Spaces And Zones Creating
Spaces Space Separation Boundaries Modifying
Spaces Space Tags Area And Volume
Calculations Creating Zones The System Browser
And Zones Color Schemes The Basics of
Families Understanding families Creating a new
family from a template Using reference planes,
parameters, and constraints Adding solid
geometry Cutting holes using void geometry Adding
blends Completing the family Sheets, Plotting,
and Publishing Adding sheets Outputting sheets to
a DWF file Exporting to AutoCAD Plotting and
creating a PDF
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