OverviewThis course covers the basics of Revit® Architecture, from schematic design through construction documentation. Students are introduced to the concepts of Building Information Modeling and the tools for parametric building design and documentation.
DurationCourse duration :28 hrs
AudienceThis course will benefit anyone who wishes to enter the 3D world either in animation, media, interior design or architecture field.
OutcomesBy the end of this course you will be able to:
- Building any kind of maquettes whatever degree of difficulty.
- Add raw materials realistically.
- Add types of indoor and outdoor lighting naturally and real.
- Add scene camera and adjust its properties to get a realistic picture.
- Animate objects in the scene and add some natural phenomena such as wind effect on the cloth.
- Add the physical properties of the elements to move spontaneously and naturally.
- Render a photo-realistic image or movie by using V-ray.
- Introduction to BIM and Revit.
- What is BIM?
- What to expect from BIM.
- What is the difference between BIM and Revit.
- What BIM can and cannot do for us.
- Revit Architecture Basics.
- Exploring the user interface.
- Application Menu.
- Quick Access Toolbar.
- The Ribbons.
- The project browser.
- Properties Palette.
- Working with Revit elements & families.
- Publishing the project on Google earth.
- Starting Revit Projects.
- Understanding templates & starting a new template.
- Setting up levels and grids.
- Creating plan views & reflected ceiling views.
- Setting the view display & visibility graphics.
- Understanding the view range.
- Working with sections, elevations, creating and modifying 3D views, 3D sections,drafting views and view templates.
- View cube, Navigation bar & steering wheel.
- Project units and snaps.
- Basic modeling in Revit.
- Concepts of modeling.
- Basic drawing & editing tools.
- Hiding/Unhiding elements.
- Working with Walls.
- Adding Walls.
- Create new type.
- Edit profile of wall.
- Create new layers boundary.
- Working with Building Objects.
- Working with building objects (doors – windows –floors – roofs).
- Working with building objects (stairs – ramps– railing – columns – beams).
- Modeling in place
- Understanding Model in place. • Create conceptual mass.
- Linking and importing CAD files.
- Additional detailing
- Clash detection.
- Adding schedules.
- Annotations & tags.
- Adding parameters.
- Duplicating views with detailing and scope boxes.
- Creating sheets, adding views to sheets and Printing.
- Worksharing, central file, local files, and detaching iles from the central files.
By the end of this Revit Architecture course you will be able to :
- Describe the benefits of Building Information Modeling.
- Use the fundamental features of Revit Architecture.
- Use the parametric 3D design tools to design projects.
- Create detailing and drafting views.
- Create construction documentation.
- Use the presentation tools for presenting models