Thursday, December 20, 2018

Revit Architecture Fundamentals Course

Revit Architecture is specifically built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), empowering design and construction professionals to bring ideas from concept to construction with a coordinated and consistent model-based approach. Revit is a single application that includes features for architectural design, MEP and structural engineering, and construction. Revit software works the way architects and designers think, so you can develop higher-quality, more accurate architectural designs.




DESCRIPTION

Revit Architecture is specifically built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), empowering design and construction professionals to bring ideas from concept to construction with a coordinated and consistent model-based approach. Revit is a single application that includes features for architectural design, MEP and structural engineering, and construction. Revit software works the way architects and designers think, so you can develop higher-quality, more accurate architectural designs.



OBJECTIVES:

The primary objective of this course is to teach students the concepts of Building Information Modelling and introduce the tools for parametric building design and documentation using Revit Architecture. This course covers the basics of Revit Architecture, from schematic design through construction documentation. Students are introduced to the concepts of Building Information Modelling and the tools for parametric building design and documentation.


TRAINING STRUCTURE:
  •    Revit Architecture Professional  8 class x 4 hours = 32 hours
Requirements
  •     Revit Architecture installed on your computer.


Course Contents

A. Introduction

1. The Basics of BIM

2. What Is Revit?
3. Revit hierarchy

B. Introducing the Autodesk Revit Architecture Interface
1. Application Menu
2. Quick Access Toolbar
3. Info Center
4. Ribbon
5. Drawing Area
6. Properties Palette
7. Project Browser
8. Status Bar
9. View Control Bar
10. View Cube
11. Options Bar
12. Navigation Methods
13. Selecting Elements
C. Start a project
1. Creating a project
2. Project template
3. Opening files
4. Saving files
5. Units
6. Modify tools
D. Datum elements
1. Levels
2. Grids
E. Walls
1. Placing walls
2. Modifying walls
3. Wall type properties
4. Wall instance properties
5. Wall sweeps
6. Wall reveals
F. Doors, Windows, components and architectural columns
1. Placing doors
2. Change door type
3. Load door family
4. Placing windows
5. Change window type
6. Load window family
7. Placing components
8. Placing arch columns
G. Floors, Roofs, and Ceilings
1. Adding floors
2. Editing a floor sketch
3. Multilayer floor
4. Floor properties
5. Create a roof (foot print-by extrusion)
6. Roof slope
7. Sloped glazing roofs
8. Creating a ceiling
H. Openings
1. By face
2. Shaft openings
3. Wall openings
4. Vertical opening
5. Edit wall profile
I. Stairs, Ramps, and Railings
1. Creating a run component
2. Modify stair components
3. Creating a stair component by sketching
4. Stair by component properties
5. Numbering treads and risers
6. Adding a ramp
7. Ramp properties
8. Creating a rail by sketch
9. Place a railing on host
10. Railing properties
J. Curtain walls
1. Creating Curtain Walls
2. Curtain Grids
3. Adding Mullions
4. Embedding Curtain Walls
5. Modifying Curtain Walls
6. Editing the wall Profile
7. Placing doors and windows
K. In-place Families
1. Extrusion
2. Sweep
3. Blend
4. Revolve
5. Swept blend
L. Rooms and Color-Fill Plans
1. Defining Rooms in Spaces
2. Room Separation Lines
3. Deleting Rooms
4. Generating Color-Fill Room Plans
5. Adding a Color Legend
6. Modifying Color Schemes
M. Materials, Rendering, and Visualization
1. Using Materials
2. Editing Material Properties
3. Rendering options.
4. Save and export images
N. Creating views
1. 2D views (plans-sections-elevations-callout)
2. 3D views
3. Schedules
4. Sheets
5. Visibility and graphics in views
O. Details and Annotations
1. Detail Line
2. Region (filled - masking)
3. Component
4. Insulation
5. Dimensions
6. Tags
7. Text
P. Print/Export
1. Print setup
2. Print to pdf
3. Export to cad formats
4. Export image
5. Export reports to excel
6. Export to 3d max
Q. Site Modeling
1. Modeling a Site
2. Using a Topo surface
3. Creating a Building Pad
4. Generating Property Lines
5. Cut and Fill Schedules
R. Intro to Conceptual Mass
1. Conceptual Mass Interface
2. Create forms
3. Mass floors
4. Model by face


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Our Team

  • Hussien HafezAerospace Engineer
  • Mina MagedAerospace Engineer
  • Mohamed AliAerospace Engineer
  • Abdellatif RashedElectrical Engineer
  • Mostafa HamodaAerospace Engineer
  • Moaz El SweifyAerospace Engineer