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Autodesk® Revit® software is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution for structural engineering firms, providing tools specific to structural design. BIM improves multidisciplinary coordination of structural design documentation, minimizes errors, and enhances collaboration among building project teams. In this course, we will introduce experienced Revit users to more advanced techniques and concepts beyond what was learned in the Revit Structure Fundamentals course.

 

What will you learn

Setting up Levels and Grids
Working with Views
Starting a structural project based on a
linked architectural model
Adding structural Columns and Walls
Adding Foundations and structural slabs
Structural Reinforcement
Beams and Framing Systems
Project Practices to reinforce learning
Construction Documents
Annotating Construction Documents
Detailing, Scheduling
Concepts and Techniques for working with Families
Creating Structural Families
Creating Trusses
Project Team Collaboration working with Worksets
Creating and Placing Loads for Structural Analysis

 

Who should attend

structural Engineers, Civil Engineers

 

 

Program Duration: 30 hours
Program Language: English / Arabic
Location: EPSILON TRAINING CENTER | Head Office

 

Participants will be granted a completion certificate from Epsilon Training Institute, USA if they attend a minimum of 80 percent of the direct contact hours of the Program and after fulfilling program requirements (passing both Final Exam and Project to obtain the Certificate)

 

Course Outline

Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure
Building Information Modeling
Overview of the Interface
Standard Terminology
Starting Projects
Viewing Commands
Basic Drawing and Editing Tools
General Drawing Tools
Editing Elements
Basic Modifying Tools
Helpful Editing Tools
Setting up Levels and Grids
Creating Structural Grids
Working with Views
Duplicating Views
Adding Callout Views
Setting the View Display
Elevations and Sections
Starting Structural Projects
Importing and Linking CAD Drawings
Linking in Architectural Projects
Copying and Monitoring Elements
Adding Columns and Walls
Placing Vertical Structural Columns
Placing Slanted Structural Columns
Drawing and Modifying Walls
Adding Foundations and Structural Slabs
Creating Wall Footings
Isolated Footings
Piers and Pilasters
Creating Structural Slabs
Structural Reinforcement
Structural Reinforcement
Adding Rebar
Modifying Rebar Placement
Reinforcing Walls, Floors, and Slabs
Beams and Framing Systems
Adding Beams and Beam Systems
Modifying Beams
Framing Annotation
Adding Bracing
Projects – Steel and Concrete Structures
Steel Structure – Additional Practices
Concrete Structure – Additional Practices
Construction Documents
Setting Up Sheets
Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
Revision Tracking
Printing Sheets
Annotating Construction Documents
Working with Dimensions
Working with Text
Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
Creating Legends
Detailing
Setting Up Detail Views
Creating, Annotating and Patterning Details
Scheduling
Structural Schedules
Graphical Column Schedules
Working with Schedules
Creating Schedules
Creating Revit Families
Family Concepts and Techniques
Creating Custom Families
Structural Analysis
Creating and Placing Loads
Exporting for Structural Analysis
Project Team Collaboration
Project Team Collaboration
Setting Up Work-sharing

Course Curriculum

Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure
Basic Drawing and Editing Tools
Setting up Levels and Grids
Working with Views
Starting Structural Projects
Adding Columns and Walls
Adding Foundations and Structural Slabs
Structural Reinforcement
Beams and Framing Systems
Projects - Steel and Concrete Structures
Construction Documents
Annotating Construction Documents
Detailing
Scheduling
Creating Revit Families
Structural Analysis
Project Team Collaboration

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