Revit Structure 2016 Advanced
The Autodesk Revit Structure Advanced training introduces experienced users of the Autodesk Revit Structure software to more advanced techniques and concepts beyond what was learned in the Autodesk Revit Structure Fundamentals. It is intended to broaden your knowledge and maximize your use of the Autodesk Revit Structure software.
This training offers detailed information and practical exercises regarding creating families (tapered columns, precast slabs, tapered moment frame, and trusses), preparing the Autodesk Revit software analytical model for analysis and project sharing.
· Concepts and Techniques for working with Families
· Creating Structural Families
· Creating Trusses
· Working with Structural Settings
· Setting Up Analytical Views.
· Creating and Placing Loads for Structural Analysis
· Project Team Collaboration working with Worksets
It is highly recommended that students have experience and knowledge in structural design and its terminology, completed Revit structure Essentials course.
Introduction to Creating Families
Family Types- Host vs. Stand-alone Families- Family Editor- Preparing to Create Families- Overview of Creating a Family
Creating the Parametric Framework
Setting up Reference Planes/Lines in Families- Adding Dimensions- Flexing Geometry
Creating Family Elements
Creating 3D Elements
Additional Tools for Families
Aligning and Locking- Adding Controls- Adding Openings- Adding Lines- Text Tools- Adding Components- Creating Family Types- Visibility Display Settings- Locating Custom Family File
Parametric Gusset Plate- Column Stiffeners- In Place Slab Depression- Built Up Column- Tapered Concrete Column- Precast Hollow Core Slab- Tapered Moment Frame.
Chapter 3 Creating Trusses
Create & Modify a Truss Family- Attach a Truss to a Roof/Slab.
Structural Settings- Symbolic Representation Settings- Load Cases- Load Combinations- Analytical Model Settings- Boundary Conditions Settings- Analytical Settings and Views- Adjusting Analytical Models (Justifications, Properties)- Placing Loads & Boundary Conditions.
Project Team Collaboration
Introduction to Worksets- Opening and Saving Workset Related Projects- Working in Workset Related Projects (Editing Elements, Permissions, Relinquishing Worksets)- Visibility & Display Options with Worksharing- Worksharing & Linked Models.
Setting Up Worksets
Placing Elements in Worksets- Creating the Central File- Other Workset Types- Working with Company Policies
Creating Specific Families
Creating In Place Families- Creating Profiles (Create a Structural Floor Type)-Creating Annotation Families - Working with Shared Parameters