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Learning Autodesk Revit Structure 2016

Building Information Modelling Design and Analysis for Structural Engineering
Instructor:
Infinite Skills
1,588 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Once you have completed this training course, you will have developed the knowledge necessary to use the tools and techniques in Revit Structure to create your own models
Learn how to design and edit your own structure models

In this Revit Structure 2016 training course, expert author Tim Dundr will teach you the fundamentals of building information modeling for structural engineering. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no prior experience with Revit or other CAD/BIM software is required.

You will start with a tour of the user interface and learn about the new features in Structure 2016. Tim will then teach you the basic creation and editing tools, then move on to showing you how to start a structural project. This video tutorial will also cover how to work with views, set up levels and grids, and add columns and walls to your model. You will learn how to add a foundation, create structural reinforcement, and place beams and framing. Tim will also teach you how to create floor systems and shaft openings, add detailing, and use Worksharing. Finally, you will learn how to export images and create a walkthrough for presentations.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will have developed the knowledge necessary to use the tools and techniques in Revit Structure to create your own models. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Introduction To Revit Structure 2016

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Important - Download These First - Working Files
2
Overview
3
About The Author
4
Exploring The User Interface
5
Customizing The User Interface
6
Keyboard Shortcuts
7
Using The Included Working Files
8
Working With Views
9
Project Files - Templates
10
Family Files - Templates
11
System Families
12
In-Place Families

Revit Structure 2016 - At A Glance

1
What Is New In 2016?

Basic Creation Tools

1
Opening A Revit Structure Project
2
Viewing The 2D Model
3
Viewing The 3D Model
4
Structure Tab - Structure
5
Structure Tab - Foundation
6
Structure Tab - Reinforcement

Basic Editing Tools

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Selecting Elements
2
Using Filters
3
Use Of The Tab Key
4
Moving And Copying
5
Copy And Paste
6
Rotate
7
Mirror
8
Linear Array
9
Radial Array
10
Extend And Trim
11
Align
12
Offset
13
Re-Hosting Elements
14
Groups - Model
15
Groups - Best Practices

Starting Structural Projects

1
Starting A New Structural Project
2
Linking An Architects Revit Model
3
Copy Monitor - Levels And Grids
4
Copy Monitor - Columns
5
Initial Plan Views
6
The Coordination Review Message
7
Project Information
8
Saving Your Structural Project - Standalone
9
Saving Your Structural Project - Worksharing Enabled
10
Creating Local Files
11
Linking CAD Files
12
Using Linked CAD Files - Architectural Approach
13
Using Linked CAD Files - Architecture Floor Plans
14
Using Linked CAD Files - Architecture Elevations

Views

1
Controlling Visibility
2
Duplication Views - Which Types To Use
3
Sections
4
Elevations
5
Creating Callouts
6
Understanding Floor Plans
7
Understanding Ceiling Plans
8
View Templates
9
Matchlines
10
Scope Box
11
Section Box

Levels And Grids

1
Setting Up Levels
2
Modifying Levels
3
Adding Grids
4
Modifying Grid Lines

Structural Columns And Walls

1
Placing Vertical Structural Columns
2
Modifying Columns
3
Changing Column Sizes
4
Loading Structural Column Types
5
Attaching Columns To Elements
6
Placing Slanted Structural Columns - Elevations Or Sections
7
Placing Slanted Structural Columns - 3D
8
Placing Structural Walls
9
Modifying Walls

Adding Foundations

1
Creating Wall Footings
2
Step Footings
3
Isolated Footings
4
Working With Custom Families - Part 1
5
Working With Custom Families - Part 2
6
Piers And Pilasters
7
Slab Foundations
8
Editing A Slab
9
Slab Edges

Structural Reinforcement

1
Structural Reinforcement
2
Structural Reinforcement Settings
3
Adding Rebar
4
Multi-Planar Rebar
5
Viewing Rebar In 3D
6
Modifying Rebar Placement
7
Rebar Types
8
Editing Rebar Shapes
9
Reinforcing Walls, Floors And Slabs
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